Aileen A. O’Donoghue, Priest associate professor of physics, was the lead author in a recent article published in Astronomical Journal.
Chem. Prof's. Poster on Display at UNESCO Conference
A philatelic table of the elements developed by Larry French, professor of chemistry, was on display during the opening ceremony for UNESCO's International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements
Geology Prof. Published in Springer Book
Antun Husinec, professor of geology, recently published a chapter in a new book by Springer on future climate and environmental changes.
Philosophy Prof. Nominated as Fellow, to Deliver Keynote
Erin McCarthy, professor of philosophy and Asian studies, was nominated to become a fellow at the Mind & Life Institute and will also deliver the keynote address for at the Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy conference.
PCA, English Prof. Published in Historical Review
An article written by Juraj Kittler, associate professor of performance and communication arts and English, was featured in the latest issue of the Mediterranean Historical Review (Taylor & Francis).
Econ Prof. Presents at Int'l Conferences in China, Korea
Cynthia Bansak, Charles A. Dana Professor of Economics, presented at the International Symposium on Human Capital and Labor Markets
Prof. Receives Best Paper Award at Econ. Conference in China
Guanyi Yang, assistant professor of economics, presented and received the Best Paper Award at the International Symposium on Human Capital and Labor Markets in Beijing.
Modern Languages Prof. Published in Scholarly Journal
Rafael Castillo Bejarano, visiting assistant professor of Spanish, was published in the peer reviewed journal Atalanta: Revista de las Letras Barrocas.
Statistician to Speak on Stats in Sports
The Department of Math, Computer Science and Statistics will host sports statistician Brian Macdonald from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14, in Bloomer Auditorium.
Modern Languages Prof. Published in Peer-Reviewed Journal
Alessandro Giardino, assistant professor of Italian and Francophone studies, recently published an article in the peer-reviewed journal "IAFOR: Journal of Literature and Librarianship."
Geology Prof. Receives Best Paper Award
Antun Husinec, professor of geology, was awarded the Springer Best Paper Award at the first conference of the "Arabian Journal of Geosciences."
Sociology Prof. Delivers Lectures at Chinese University
Abye Assefa, associate professor of sociology, was the primary speaker in a lecture series held Nov. 16 to 24 at Jinan University in Guangzhou, China.
Education Prof. Received Early Academic Career Fellowship
Jessica Sierk, assistant professor of education, received an award through the American Anthropological Association's Council on Anthropology and Education early Presidential Fellows Program.
Librarians Poems Published
Paul Doty, interim librarian for special collections, has had poems published in print-only journals.
Education Professor to Discuss New Book
Peter Ladd, associate professor of education and coordinator of the mental health counseling program, will discuss his new book from 4 to 5:30 on Friday, Nov. 30, in the Sykes Common Room.
Geology Prof. Co-Authors Journal Article
Judith Nagel-Myers, assistant professor of geology, was co-authored an article that was published in the Royal Society journal Open Science (Oct. 2018).
Visiting Prof. Presents at Quebec Studies Conference
Gina Marie Breen, visiting assistant professor of Francophone studies, delivered a paper at the 2018 biennial American Council for Quebec Studies conference.
Chem Profs., Students Research Published
Samantha Glazier, associate professor of chemistry, and Samuel Tartakoff, assistant professor of chemistry, recently published a study in the peer-reviewed journal "Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry."
Sociology Students Visit National Gallery in Ottawa
Students enrolled in the Sociology of Climate Change course taught by Daniel McLane, assistant professor of sociology, traveled to the National Gallery in Ottawa on Nov. 3.
Canadian Studies Prof. Participates in Roundtable
Neil Forkey, visiting assistant professor of Canadian studies, took part in a roundtable discussion at the Mid-Atlantic-New England Council for Canadian Studies Biennial Meeting.
Philosophy Prof. Chairs Contemplative Studies Symposium
Erin McCarthy, professor and chair of the Department of Philosophy, co-chaired the 2018 International Symposium for Contemplative Studies, which took take place Nov. 8-11 in Phoenix.
Edu. Prof. Publishes Book Chapter on Rural Education
Jessica Sierk, assistant professor of education, had a chapter published in the book "Rurality and Education."
Weave News Staff Present at National Media Activism Conference
Members of the "Weave News" staff traveled to Kentfield, Calif., to attend and present work at the Media Freedom Summit 2.0, a media activism conference organized by Project Censored and co-sponsored by "Weave News."