Fr. John Cunningham, PhD, has spent much of his academic career chasing heavy quarks and cosmic rays in elementary particle research. Currently his research interests center on astrophysics, where he and a team of other scientists are tracking down supernovae. In this Fast Class, he takes on some of cosmology’s biggest questions and breaks them [...]
If you’re not in the world of business, the phrase “supply chain management” may not exactly thrill you to your core. But it affects every consumer in the world, and it’s a rapidly changing system.
Supply chain management focuses on the movement of goods, information, and services from the source of raw materials to the retailer. [...]
Anthony Molinaro, assistant professor of music, is a highly regarded concert pianist and composer who
was called “an original, often iconoclastic thinker” by the Chicago Tribune. In other words, when he recommends
essential piano recordings, he knows what he’s talking about. Whether you’re a music expert, a casual appreciator, or a complete novice, you’re sure to hear [...]
Democracy is a concept much on people’s minds today, particularly in light of current world affairs. As with other forms of government, democracy has strengths and weaknesses. From its origins in 6th century BCE Athens, it has spread and evolved with the societies that have adopted it. Athenian democracy, like its modern counterparts, had its [...]
Jonathan Canning, Martin D’Arcy Curator of Art for LUMA, discusses the five D’Arcy collection pieces that are closest to his heart.