Cubanabooks has published a translation by Associate Professor of Modern and Classical Languages Barbara Riess of an anthology of María Elena Llana’s short stories, Domicilio Habanero, or An Address in Havana. A bilingual collection, An Address in Havana highlights Llana’s most critically successful stories, a mixture of fantasy and dark humor. Llana’s short stories contain
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Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience Rod Clark has recently been appointed to the editorial board of the APA journal Behavior Analysis: Research and Practice.
Assistant Professor of Art Steve Prince presented and conducted a retreat at the Symposium on Worship on January 29-31 at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Mark Charles and Professor Prince presented a workshop titled “Learning Christ-Centered Lament: Worship and Reconciliation in Light of a 600-Year Pattern of Systemic Injustice.” In addition, Professor Prince conducted
Professor of Environmental Science Richard Bowden co-authored a paper, “Twenty Years of Litter and Root Manipulations in a Temperate Deciduous Forest: Insights into Soil Organic Matter Dynamics and Stability,” in a special edition of the Soil Science Society of America Journal. The work, conducted at the Harvard Forest Long-Term Experimental Research Site, found that these
Assistant Professor of Environmental Science TJ Eatmon gave an invited research presentation at SUNY Oneonta. The presentation, “Entrepreneurship as a Vehicle for Citizen-Driven Environmental Action,” highlighted grassroots environmental enterprises that have placed pressure on existing structures to accommodate new ways of doing things, creating spaces in the process that bring together citizens and local policymakers.
Geology majors Marie Takach ’16 and Mary Statza ’16 presented results of their summer 2014 summer research with Professor of Geology Bob Schwartz at the national Geological Society of America conference in Vancouver, BC, using high-resolution photography and detailed field analyses to document estuary and tidal-dominated shore systems preserved in Early Cretaceous strata in western
Leanne Siwicki ’15, Leah Stefanelli ’15, Sarah Stewart ’15, Allie Condon ’16, Chelsea Hubert ’17, and Troy Dinga ’17 recently participated in the Pennsylvania Collegiate Choral Association’s intercollegiate choral festival. Students from colleges and universities across Pennsylvania prepared repertoire by Benjamin Britten, Gabriel Fauré, Wendell Whalum, and other composers before gathering at East Stroudsburg University
Assistant Professor of Psychology Lauren Paulson and Danielle Jones ’15 presented a 90-minute workshop titled “Tech It Out: Implementing an Online Peer Supervision Network for Rural Supervisors: A Review of What Worked and What Didn’t” at the Pennsylvania Counseling Association’s 46th Annual Conference at the Penn Stater in State College on November 7-9. Paulson is
Professor of Geology Ron Cole and Professor of Physics Dan Willey gave an invited presentation in an educational strategies session at the national Geological Society of America conference in Vancouver, BC. The title of their presentation was “Enhanced Diversity and Retention of Undergraduate STEM Majors at Allegheny College: Outcomes of a National Science Foundation S-STEM
Assistant Professor of Biology Lisa Whitenack published “Did shell-crushing crabs trigger an escalatory arms race in the aftermath of a Late Neogene regional mass extinction event? An experimental test” in the January 2015 issue of the journal Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.