News GSAS Student News: March 2018 March 01, 2018 Read about the recent achievements of GSAS students: Economics doctoral student Andrew Olenski, in collaboration with Harvard Medical School researcher Anupam Jena, published a study in The New England Journal of Medicine challenging the notion that experienced firearm users are less likely to injure themselves. The study was covered by Scientific American. Robin Reich, PhD student in History, won the prize for Best Student Paper (for “Nearly Gold and Nearly Perfect? Meaning and Materiality of Copper-Alloy in Twelfth-Century Sicily”) from the Medieval Academy of America at its 2018 Annual Meeting. English and Comparative Literature PhD student Jonathan Reeve won the the New York City Digital Humanities Graduate Student Project Award for Corpus-DB, a textural corpus infrastructure for computational literary analysis. He also received a runner-up award from the British Library Labs for his project Git-Lit. Benjamin Serby, PhD candidate in History, published an article (“The Dialectical Liberalism of Richard Hofstadter”) in the journal Society. Ethan Coffel, doctoral student in Earth and Environmental Sciences, was quoted in a Popular Science article that described how climate change will disrupt air travel. Do you have news to share? Write to us at [email protected].