Articles: Tag: Research/Faculty

Olson and Waggett Co-author Paper on Incorporating Medical Anthropology into the Curriculum

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

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Rutledge Co-Authors Papers Presented at American Public Health Association

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

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Pinnow Presents Research on Early Soviet Criminology

Associate Professor of History Ken Pinnow was invited to present his draft article on early Soviet criminology and interdisciplinary knowledge at the October 11th Colloquium of New York University’s Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia. Additionally, he was appointed a Center Associate at the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Russian and East European Studies.

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Jumadinova Proposes Novel Technique in IEEE Journal

Assistant Professor of Computer Science Janyl Jumadinova’s article “Strategic Capability-Learning for Improved Multi-Agent Collaboration in Ad-hoc Environments” has been accepted for publication in the journal IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics. Her co-authors are Raj Dasgupta (University of Nebraska – Omaha) and Leen-Kiat Soh (University of Nebraska – Lincoln). The article studies the problem of distributed

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Hart Presents Talk on “Connecting Female Military Personnel Online”

Associate Professor of English D. Alexis Hart presented a talk at the Feminisms and Rhetorics 2013 Conference in Stanford, California. The title of her presentation was “Connecting Female Military Personnel Online.” Professor Hart’s recent whitepaper “An Ethical Obligation: Promising Practices for Student Veterans in College Writing Classrooms” was referenced in the New York Times “At War” blog. She also

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Rutledge Presents Seminar on the Conduct of Alcohol Research

Associate Professor of Psychology Patricia Rutledge presented a seminar, “The Conduct of Alcohol Research within the Teacher-Scholar Model,” to the Division of Epidemiology and Community Health in the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota. Professor Rutledge is a visiting Associate Professor in the Division of Epidemiology and Community Health, where she has been on

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Hernández Presents Paper on Transsexuality in Venezuelan Film

Associate Professor of Spanish Wilfredo Hernández attended the Fifth Annual Crossing Over Symposium at Cleveland State University on October 11 and 12, 2013. He presented “Las tribulaciones del sujeto trans en Venezuela,” a paper dealing with transsexuality in the Venezuelan film A House for My Mother (2010) by Eduardo Barberena.

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Environmental Science Researchers Present Results at Forest Soils Conference

Professor of Environmental Science Richard Bowden and Lauren Deem ’12 co-authored an invited presentation, “Litter Controls on Soil Carbon Quantity and Quality in an Eastern Deciduous Forest,” at the North American Forest Soils Conference. The research, conducted at the Bousson Environmental Research Reserve, examines the ability of soils to help reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide increases that lead to climate

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Coates and Alumni Published in the Journal Chemical Senses

Professor of Biology and Neuroscience Lee Coates and co-authors Jessica Kenemuth ’10, Shane Hennessy ’10, Ryan Hanson ’10, and Allison Hensler ’11 recently published the article “Investigation of Nasal CO2 Receptor Transduction Mechanisms in Wild-Type and GC-D Knockout Mice” in the journal Chemical Senses. This work reports results from the students’ summer research and Senior Projects. Jessica and Allison are in dental school at the University

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