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Oct 24, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Cancer Research Drives Dr. Theodoraki

Dr. Maria Theodoraki Assistant Professor of Biology Courses: General Biology I, Microbiology, Cancer Biology, and Faculty Sponsored Research Expertise: Molecular Chaperones Advice for Students: "If you are persistent on working in cancer research, make sure your heart is in it. There is...

Dr. Guertin-Martin, two students and Crooked Eye Brewery brewer examine beer

Oct 22, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Guertin-Martín Publishes on Waste in Beer Production in Criminology Journal

Dr. Favian Guertin-Martín, associate professor of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice, published “Tapping into Environmental Harm in Brewing: An Exploration of Pollution and Waste in Beer Production” in the Oct. 1 Journal of the American Society of Criminology Division on Critical...

Dr. Bruce Campbell

Oct 18, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Johnston Fellow Dr. Campbell Produces Social Justice Album

Dust + Dignity Podcast: Music from the Series, a studio album executive produced by Associate Professor of Education Dr. Bruce Campbell Jr., was released on Oct 11. The album is a collection of the music used in Dr. Campbell’s “Dust + Dignity Podcast,” which highlights individuals who promote...

Dr. Aroline Seibert Hanson

Oct 15, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Seibert Hanson Receives Love of Learning Award

Dr. Aroline Seibert Hanson, associate professor of Spanish and Linguistics, received the 2019 Phi Kappa Phi Love of Learning Award, which she will put toward classroom resources for students who are learning Brunca, an endangered, indigenous language in Costa Rica. Established in 2007, the Love...

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Oct 3, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Rosoff Presents Research on School Stories Role Models

Dr. Nancy G. Rosoff, dean of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies, presented her paper, “'I have been very proud of my girls': Principals and Headmistresses in British and American School Stories,” during the annual Women's History Network conference in September in London. The paper examined the...

Dr. Rebecca Craik and Dr. Kate Mangione

Oct 1, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Craik, Dr. Mangione Publish on PT Intervention for Hip Fractures

Each year, 300,000 Americans suffer a hip fracture and struggle to return to the ambulatory activities they enjoyed prior to it.  Dr. Rebecca Craik, dean of the College of Health Sciences, and Dr. Kate Mangione, professor of Physical Therapy, recently co-published the study “Effect of a...

Dr. Rebecca Craik and Dr. Kate Mangione

Oct 1, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Q&A with Dr. Rebecca Craik and Dr. Kate Mangione

To better understand the results of the study, “Effect of a Multicomponent Home-Based Physical Therapy Intervention on Ambulation After Hip Fracture in Older Adults,” Dr. Rebecca Craik, dean of the College of Health Sciences, and Dr. Mangione, professor of Physical Therapy, addressed the...

Jonathan Shandell reading a passage from his book during a presentation

Sep 26, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Shandell’s Book Named Finalist for George Freedley Award

Dr. Jonathan Shandell, associate professor of Theater Arts, was one of eight finalists for the Theatre Library Association’s George Freedley Memorial Award for his recent book, The American Negro Theatre and the Long Civil Rights Era. The American Negro Theatre and the Long Civil Rights Era...

Dr. Vitaly Ford

Sep 25, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Ford Receives NCC Innovations in Cybersecurity Education Award

GenCyberCoin is not just a widely used educational tool—it’s also an award winner. Dr. Vitaly Ford, assistant professor of Computer Science and Mathematics at Arcadia University, was one of five winners in the National CyberWatch Center’s (NCC) Innovations in Cybersecurity Education award program...

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Sep 10, 2019 Jen Retter

Dr. Parsons Dick, Brown ’19 Publish Column in ‘Anthropology News’

International Studies major Melanie Brown ’19 and Associate Professor of Historical and Political Studies Dr. Hillary Parsons Dick published “Speak American,” a column based on Brown’s senior thesis, in Anthropology News on Aug.16. The column explores American news coverage of racializing...

Aroline Hanson

Sep 1, 2019 Jen Retter

Dr. Hanson Publishes on the Vitality of Brunca Language

Dr. Aroline Seibert Hanson, associate professor of Spanish and Linguistics, published “Reexamining the classification of an endangered language: The vitality of Brunca” with the University of Hawaii Press this summer.  In the article, Dr. Hanson details her research with the indigenous...

Jun Woo Kim

Aug 31, 2019 Jen Retter

Dr. Kim Publishes in ‘Managerial and Decision Economics’

Dr. Jun Woo Kim, associate professor in the School of Global Business, published “Anchored putter ban: An examination of whether anchored putting impacts career success and putting performance” in Managerial and Decision Economics on Aug 23. The article examines the effects of anchored putting...