Related Program: Short Talks From the Hill Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, 200 Years Later By DeLani Bartlette • Nov 5, 2018 Related Program: Short Talks From the Hill ShareTweetEmail Lissette Lopez Szwydky-Davis Listen Listening... / 9:02 Lissette Lopez Szwydky-Davis, assistant professor of English in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, discusses her research on the enduring nature of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Tags: Short Talks From the HillShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Taking the Pulse of the State By Camilla Shumaker • Oct 1, 2018 Janine Parry, professor of political science, is the director of the Arkansas Poll. Since 1999, this poll has provided insight into Arkansans’ opinions on policy and politics. Making Rice Farming More Sustainable By Matt McGowan • Sep 4, 2018 Benjamin Runkle, assistant professor of biological and agricultural engineering, is helping Delta rice farmers use less water and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Role of Special Collections By Matt McGowan • Jul 30, 2018 Joshua Youngblood, research and outreach services librarian, discusses the role of Special Collections at the university and for the state of Arkansas. Researchers Use DNA to Study Wildlife By Bob Whitby • Jul 9, 2018 Marlis and Michael Douglas, professsors of biological sciences, talk about the role of DNA testing in studying wildlife biology. How Much Water Should We Drink? By DeLani Bartlett • Jun 4, 2018 Stavros Kavouras, professor in the College of Education and Health Professions and director of the Hydration Science Lab, discusses his research on hydration.