As the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold, faculty in the School of Humanities and Sciences are providing insights into the latest developments. From biology and chemistry to economics, history, political science, and more, H&S faculty are working to solve, understand, and explain the COVID-19 crisis.
This stories series presents three studies in the Department of Statistics addressing the coronavirus outbreak using different approaches: tracking genetic mutations in the coronavirus, developing a more practical approach to predictive modelling, and designing clinical trials of promising new treatments.
Faculty in the School of Humanities and Sciences are actively engaged in pursuing groundbreaking research, asking difficult questions, and reflecting deeply on the human condition. Whether as quoted experts in news articles, subjects of features stories, or writers of their own op-eds, H&S faculty are contributing to public knowledge in vital ways.