[private]by Christopher Cumo 2003 was quite a year. Part-time, adjunct and temporary faculty used their research as bait to reel in the big fish, and landed some of the country’s most prestigious fellowships. The diversity of interests and achievements of 2003’s award winners defies easy summation. One winner is a physicist whose research takes her to within a few millionths of a degree above the theoretical minimum temperature, and to the ultimate stuff of reality. Another is a filmmaker who explores the connection between computers and human consciousness. A third studies witchcraft as an attempt to rethink Christianity in the […]
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