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Global warming's disproportionate impact
Published Nov 21, 2017
Effects of climate change likely to be more deadly in poor, urban African settlements
Smart data
A digital 'Sherlock Holmes'
Published Nov 21, 2017
Hopkins-led team receives $11M grant to build system that can extract useful information from video footage, photos, and other material
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Junk food science
Published Nov 21, 2017 Video
Food has the power to sneak in and grab our attention—especially junk food, study finds

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Georg Friedrich Haas Appointed 2018-19 Peabody Distinguished Composer-In-Residence
Published Nov 21, 2017
The Peabody Conservatory Composition Department announces that Georg Friedrich Haas has been named the 2018-19 Distinguished Composer-in-Residence. Beginning in the fall of 2018, Haas will begin a series... / The Peabody Post
Josh Armenta Gives Lecture in Pakistan
Published Nov 21, 2017
Josh Armenta (MM ’15 Computer Music, MM ’14 Composition) gave a lecture, “Activating a Physical Space through Sound,” on October 27 at the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture... / The Peabody Post
Dean’s Incentive Grant Funds New Composition
Published Nov 21, 2017
Peabody Conservatory and Preparatory students will come together on Saturday, December 2 to premiere a string quartet as a part of the Dean’s Incentive Grant program. The piece, as prescribed by the... / The Peabody Post
Eric Cha-Beach to Perform in January
Published Nov 21, 2017
Eric Cha-Beach (BM ’04, GPD ’05, Percussion) will perform with his ensemble Sō Percussion on Saturday, January 20, 2018, at 7:00 pm.  The concert will take place at the Smith Theatre, Horowitz Performing... / The Peabody Post
Jacqueline Pollauf Releases Arrangements for Harp and Voice
Published Nov 21, 2017
Jacqueline Pollauf’s (BM ’06, Harp; MM ’07, Harp Pedagogy) arrangement of five songs by Gabriel Fauré has just been published through Vanderbilt Music. Originally written for voice and piano,... / The Peabody Post
Soprano Rachel Blaustein Wins Wisconsin District Met Council Audition
Published Nov 21, 2017
Soprano Rachel Blaustein (MM ’15, Voice) was recently named a winner of the Wisconsin District Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. In Wisconsin, she is in residence with the Florentine... / The Peabody Post
Stephen Mulligan Featured in Atlanta Arts Article
Published Nov 21, 2017
Stephen Mulligan (MM ’13, Conducting) was featured in Atlanta Arts on November 3. The article, written by Mark Gresham, gives a brief biography of Mulligan before showcasing an interview with the conductor.... / The Peabody Post
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra to Present Concert with Peabody Alumni
Published Nov 21, 2017
The Hopkins Symphony Orchestra will present a concert featuring works by Brahms and Duruflé on December 3, at 3:00 pm. Led by Jed Gaylin (DMA ’95, Conducting), the concert will also feature mezzo-soprano... / The Peabody Post
Maggie Finnegan Sings in San Francisco
Published Nov 21, 2017
Maggie Finnegan (MM ’10, Voice) will perform Rachel Portman’s The Little Prince with San Francisco company Opera Parallele from December 1-3. She will sing the role of The Water. / The Peabody Post
Andrew Cooperstock Releases a New Leonard Bernstein Recording
Published Nov 21, 2017
Andrew Cooperstock (DMA ’88, Piano) has released a two-disc recording, Leonard Bernstein: Complete Solo Works for Piano on Bridge Records, which features both collections originally written for friends... / The Peabody Post