Cynthia Buckley, chair of the Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies and associate professor in the Department of Sociology, has been awarded a $960,345 grant from the National Science Foundation for her project titled “People, Power and Conflict in the Eurasian Migration System.” The project will assess how international migration affects human security and patterns of international influence.
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- Commencement 2012 in photosAbout 8,000 students graduated at the 129th spring commencement. View photo highlights...
- Kylie Doniak named Big 12 Female Sportsperson of the YearSimply miraculous. In February, Kylie Doniak was hit by a car in downtown...
- Look out, world!With commencement festivities fast approaching, take a by-the-numbers infographic...
- The bands and more play on at the Cactus CafeThis summer marks two years since the university announced its partnership with KUT...
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