Visiting Associate Professor of Psychology Robert Hancock, Caitlin Nealer ’15, and Professor of Psychology Patricia Rutledge presented “The effects of gender on underhand and overhand throwing velocity in collegiate baseball and softball players” at the 2016 meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association in New York City.
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Assistant Professor of Economics Simon Bilo has been a Research Fellow at Duke University’s Center for the History of Political Economy during Spring 2016 semester. He presented a paper titled “The Austrian Revival at New York University” as part of the center’s lunchtime speaker series on April 15. Professor Bilo attended the 41st annual meetings
Associate Professor of Communication Arts and Theatre Mark Cosdon has chapters titled “Joseph Papp and the Public Theater” and “Making Musicals that Matter: George C. Wolfe and Oskar Eustis at the Public Theatre” forthcoming in the Routledge Handbook of Musical Theatre Producers. This past year Professor Cosdon served on tenure boards at the University of
Assistant Professor of Global Health Studies Amelia Darrouzet-Nardi published a paper, “Child dietary quality in rural Nepal: Effectiveness of a community-level development intervention,” in the May 2016 issue of the journal Food Policy.
Assistant Professor of Environmental Science Brittany Davis was selected from a national applicant pool to participate in a NEH Summer Institute on “Extending the Land Ethic: Current Humanities Voices and Sustainability” for four weeks this summer at Northern Arizona University. During the month, scholars selected for the institute will study with leading voices in the
Associate Professor of English and Director of Writing Alexis Hart presented a paper titled “Creating an Inclusive Writing Classroom for Student Veterans” at the Conference for College Composition and Communication. She has also been selected to participate in the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute “Veterans in Society: Ambiguities and Representations.”
Visiting Assistant Professor of Journalism in the Public Interest Cheryl Hatch earned the third place award – for her column in the Meadville Tribune – in the Opinions category of the 2016 Excellence in Journalism Awards of the Pennsylvania Women’s Press Association. The awards recognize the best of journalism coverage in Pennsylvania.
A publication of Assistant Professor of Economics Hyun Woong Park’s paper, titled “The Monetary Expression of Labor Time in a Dynamic Leontief Model,” in the peer-reviewed journal Marxism 21 is forthcoming in May.
Professor Emeritus of Art George Roland had a work of computational art accepted into the 93rd Spring Show at the Erie Art Museum. Juried by artist and educator Virgil Marti, the exhibition runs to July 17.
Professor of History Barry Shapiro presented a paper on “Apartheid Israel: Effective Propaganda or Counter-Productive Discourse?” at the annual Middle East Dialogue Conference of the Policy Studies Organization in Washington, D.C. on February 26.