When two people work together on a major project, it’s vital for both to feel they are on equal footing as they collaboratively develop a finished product. Peter Capretto is a 2010 graduate of Allegheny College with a double major in philosophy and religious studies. He later earned a master’s degree from Vanderbilt University, where
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Samantha Laurence ’14 and Assistant Professor of Environmental Science TJ Eatmon presented a poster titled “Aquaponics as an Integrative Context for Campus and Community Sustainability” at the 42nd Annual Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education on October 10 in Baltimore. The presentation highlighted the ways in which the College’s aquaponics project has
Annie Homan ’13, Hudson Stoner ’13, and Professor of Biology and Neuroscience Lee Coates recently presented research at the annual Society for Neuroscience meeting held in San Diego. The title of the presentation was “Vitamin A deficiency attenuates olfactory receptor neuron responses in mice.” Annie is a PhD candidate at the University of Pittsburgh’s Center
Associate Professor of Political Science Brian Harward’s book “Presidential Campaigns Decoded” was published in November.
Associate Professor of Theatre and Performance Studies Mark Cosdon presented “The Twentieth Century’s First Big Flop: Little Nemo in Slumberland” at the American Society for Theatre Research conference in Dallas, Texas. Cosdon also presented on the “Publish, Don’t Perish: Books” session, discussing the publishing process alongside acquisitions editors from Palgrave Macmillan and the University of
Associate Professor of Computer Science Gregory M. Kapfhammer and co-authors René Just and Franz Schweiggert (University of Ulm, Germany) published a paper in the proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Mutation Analysis. The paper “Do Redundant Mutants Affect the Effectiveness and Efficiency of Mutation Analysis?” empirically answers the question posed in its title with
Based on his research on ecological research policy, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science Mark Neff has been invited to participate in a multi-year project at the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) in Annapolis, Maryland to rethink graduate education in ecology. The goal of the effort is to create a pedagogical framework that enhances the responsiveness
During the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association in Chicago, Assistant Professor of Global Health and Development and Environmental Studies Liz Olson presented a paper that was co-authored by Associate Professor of Environmental Science Caryl Waggett, “Emerging Interdisciplinary Programs in Global Health at Undergraduate Liberal Arts Colleges: An example from Allegheny College,” on the
Professor of Psychology Patricia Rutledge presented a paper in November at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA) in Boston. The paper, “Development of comprehensive measures of alcohol-policy enforcement,” was co-authored with Rhonda Jones-Webb, Toben Nelson, Traci Toomey, and Darin Erikson, all of the University of Minnesota. Rutledge was a co-author on
An article co-authored by Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience Allison Connell,“Effects of Using Multiple Hands and Fingers on Haptic Performance,” was published in Perception, 2013, volume 42. The article’s co-authors are Valerie S. Morash, Allison E. Connell Pensky, and Joshua A. Miele.