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A&S doctoral student receives P.E.O. Scholar Award

October 15, 2020

Shaonta’ is a Black Christian millennial scholar. These intersecting aspects of her identity inform the way she conducts and makes sense of her research. Her dissertation project, Unapologetically Black and Unashamedly Christian: Exploring the Complexities of Black Millennial Christianity, looks “specifically at how religion plays a role in how young Black Christians are making sense of racial inequality and how they go about responding to some of the racist conditions that they may experience.”


How rare is life in the universe?

September 1, 2018

Doctoral candidate Andrew Gangidine andUC geology professor Andrew Czaja are working together to unravel this fundamental question.


Grad student’s research could save water — and money — around the world

September 1, 2018

Thanks to high-efficiency fixtures and water conservation efforts, most buildings use less water today than they did decades ago. But new buildings are still being designed to meet outdated plumbing standards. Research by UC doctoral student Toritseju Omaghomi will help building engineers design plumbing that saves water and money—and time for those waiting for a hot shower.


The world is a stage. And the stage is changing.

September 1, 2018

Broadway’s orchestral sound has undergone considerable change since the late 1960s. In his research of Broadway musicals from Hair (1968) to Hamilton (2015), UC doctoral candidate Michael Kennedy examines how political and legal factors shape our favorite musicals.