Read about the recent achievements of GSAS students:
- Economics doctoral student Andrew Olenski, in collaboration with Harvard Medical School researcher Anupam Jena, published a study in The New England Journal of Medicine challenging the notion that experienced firearm users are less likely to injure themselves. The study was covered by Scientific American.
- Robin Reich, PhD student in History, won the prize for Best Student Paper (for “Nearly Gold and Nearly Perfect? Meaning and Materiality of Copper-Alloy in Twelfth-Century Sicily”) from the Medieval Academy of America at its 2018 Annual Meeting.
- English and Comparative Literature PhD student Jonathan Reeve won the the New York City Digital Humanities Graduate Student Project Award for Corpus-DB, a textural corpus infrastructure for computational literary analysis. He also received a runner-up award from the British Library Labs for his project Git-Lit.
- Benjamin Serby, PhD candidate in History, published an article (“The Dialectical Liberalism of Richard Hofstadter”) in the journal Society.
- Ethan Coffel, doctoral student in Earth and Environmental Sciences, was quoted in a Popular Science article that described how climate change will disrupt air travel.
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