CAS Magazine – Faculty

Reaching into the Night: Exploring the Cosmos with Sarah Johnson

Whether in the farthest reaches of our solar system, her lab on the Hilltop or her New York Times bestselling book, Professor Sarah Johnson seeks out signs of life — and connection.

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A collection of winged insects encased under glass.

CAS Magazine: Faculty

Curious Little Things: Uncovering the Wide World of Insects with Martha Weiss

Cicadas that change ecosystems. Moths that remember being caterpillars. Spiders that cosplay ants. Entomologist and Professor Martha Weiss studies the colorful, crawly, and creepy insects that surround us.

April 30, 2024

A bespectacled man softly smiles at his desk. He wears a light blue shirt and is surrounded by overflowing bookshelves.

CAS Magazine: Faculty

Paradise Found: Book Recommendations with Daniel Shore

Milton scholar, promiscuous reader and chair of the English department Daniel Shore shares selections from his shelves for all occasions.

April 26, 2024

On the left, a woman in formal attire stands in front of a black-and-white photo of a man wearing a wide-brimmed straw hat. On the right, a black-and-white photo showing a line of men in hats walking across a bridge.

CAS Magazine: Faculty

Tell Me: Building History with Mireya Loza

Historian Mireya Loza gathers and shares the stories of the immigrant and migrant farmworkers of the past and today — providing a clearer picture of the people who have fed and continue to feed us.

April 30, 2024