His work in pharmaceuticals has brought drugs to market that have saved countless lives, and Frank Jiang is just getting started.
Can you be more creative?
The course “Designing Creativity: Innovation Across Disciplines” teaches students that everyone is creative.
An empowering brew
Veronica Swanson teams up with a basketball superstar to empower female coffee farmers.
U.S. drug prices are costing us more than we think
Aduhelm, the first new Alzheimer’s drug in 18 years, could easily become the best-selling drug in Medicare, despite its potential massive cost and tremendous uncertainty about whether the drug even works.
The master of transition
Renowned architect Soo K. Chan, AB ’84, is the master of blurring the line between indoors and out.
Pursuing reciprocity with plants
In her book, Lessons from Plants, Beronda Montgomery, AB ’94, explains what plants can teach us about the world and about ourselves.
The art and craft of cider
Alumnus Sam Fitz wants to help us remember and revere our apple culture, starting with apple cider.
An instinct for talent
Talent agent Samantha Chalk, AB ’08, can find a star in an instant.
The people’s artist
In his art, Kahlil Robert Irving, MFA ’17, tackles some of the deepest questions plaguing the American psyche.
Anna K. Behrensmeyer never set out to be a pioneer, but she has broken new ground in the field of paleontology, supported diversity in STEM and torn down barriers along the way.
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