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Artist-in-residence Max Lyonga explains the “universal artist”

Max Lyonga is a painter from Cameroon. But he’s not just a Cameroonian painter. Lyonga served as Carleton’s artist-in-residence from January 27 to February 9. In addition to an artist talk, office hours and class visits, Max spent a great deal of his residency painting—completing five works over the course…

Artist-in-residence Max Lyonga explains the “universal artist”

Max Lyonga is a painter from Cameroon. But he’s more than just a Cameroonian painter. Lyonga served as Carleton’s artist-in-residence from Sunday, January 27, to Saturday, February 9. He plans to return to campus in April. In addition to an artist talk, office hours and class visits, Max spent much…

Student summer research displaced as lab sciences migrate to new facilities

Carleton’s science departments are adjusting their funded summer research offerings as migration into the new Integrated Science Facility will prevent access to functional labs and research spaces. While equipment is transferred into the Integrated Science Facility, Olin and Hulings will both be closed. The main departments affected are Chemistry, Biology…

Ussery receives long-term linguistics grant

Cherlon Ussery, Associate Professor of Linguistics, recently received a prestigious grant from the Icelandic Research Council (RANNIS) to fund a three-year project titled “Ditransitives in Insular Scandinavian.” The overall research objectives include tracing the evolution of ditransitives in Icelandic and Faroese—both of which evolved from Old Norse—and assessing the legitimacy…

Ussery receives long-term linguistics grant

Cherlon Ussery, Associate Professor of Linguistics, recently received a prestigious grant from the Icelandic Research Council (RANNIS) to fund a three-year project titled “Ditransitives in Insular Scandinavian.” Her research objectives include tracing the evolution of ditransitives in Icelandic and Faroese — both of which evolved from Old Norse — and…