Fall/Winter 2002

Volume 10,
Number 2

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Professor’s Prose in Line of Fire

Her first novel, The Fires, garnered great reviews and interest from Hollywood, portending a promising writing career for English professor René Steinke. Steinke discusses her subjects, her style, her students and her story.

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In an exciting fusion of faculty inspiration, student perspiration and technological innovation, computer science professor Eamon Doherty and his students have designed and built a robotic arm controlled through a mental interface.

Ascending Above Evil

With painstaking determination and personal anguish, art professor Arie Galles has spent a decade completing “Fourteen Stations” — aerial views of Nazi concentration camps rich in artistic brilliance and layered with profound meaning.


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