Research

“There are so many ways to be bad. I’m exploring why people are bad — do they think they’re doing the right thing because they don’t know the right thing or are they really trying to hurt people? I’m studying not only what they do, but why they do it.”

Dr. Peter Harms, assistant professor of management (Lab Manager)

“This is our home, the galaxy we live in. We want to understand the galaxy, but it’s hard because we’re right in the middle of it.”

Dr. Jeremy Bailin, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, on new images of the Milky Way recently released through an international research collaboration on which he partnered (al.com)