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VanDette to present talk in Mark Twain lecture series at Elmira College

09/18/2017

Associate Professor of English Emily E. VanDette will give a lecture at "The Trouble Begins at Eight" series, hosted by Elmira College's Center for Mark Twain Studies, on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 7 p.m., in Cowles Hall.

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Smith documentary to be shown at Buffalo Niagara Film Festival

09/18/2017

The documentary “Moods, Mountains and Masterpieces. A Portrait of an Artist: Tom Annear,” by assistant professor Roslin Smith, will be screened at the Buffalo Niagara Film Festival at the Four Seasons Cinema 6, 2429 Military Road, Niagara Falls, on Tuesday, Sept. 26.

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Mason tapped to participate in United Nations environmental working group

09/11/2017

Dr. Sherri (Sam) Mason, a pioneer researcher of the impacts of microplastics on aquatic life in the Great Lakes, has been invited to participate in a workshop in Paris to be conducted by the Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection (GESAMP) Working Group 40, a body that advises the United Nations on the scientific aspects of marine environmental protection.

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Vassoler edits book that explores democracy in Latin America

09/11/2017

Dr. Ivani Vassoler of the Department of Politics and International Affairs edited the newly released book, "Reducing Latin America's Democratic Deficit from an Urban Perspective: Citizens, City Governments and the Limits of Change,” by Scholars’ Press.

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Gerber pens essay in ‘Approaches to Teaching the History of the English Language’

09/11/2017

Associate Professor of English Natalie Gerber wrote an essay, "Engaging Multimedia in the HEL (History of the English Language) Classroom," in the newly edited collection “Approaches to Teaching the History of the English Language.”

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Gee lead author of study that show pets can improve classroom learning

09/11/2017

Psychology professor Nancy Gee was the lead author of a study published in August in the journal American Educational Research Association Open that demonstrates the true impact that pets can have on the behavior and learning of children in a classroom setting.

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Birger Vanwesenbeeck gives lectures in Amsterdam, Western Illinois University

09/01/2017

Associate Professor of English Birger Vanwesenbeeck presented a paper at the annual convention of the Modernist Studies Association in Amsterdam in August. Part of a panel that explored the connections between translation and loss, Dr. Vanwesenbeeck’s paper focused on Sylvia Plath’s little-known translation of the poem, “Ein Prophet,” by the German poet Rainer Maria Rilke.

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Smith to collect second BEA award at regional conference

08/25/2017

Roslin Smith, assistant professor of Communication, will receive a second Broadcast Education Association (BEA) award this year at the organization’s Super Regional Conference, to be held Sept. 21-23 at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Milgram-Luterman presents at music therapy conference in Japan

08/01/2017

Director of Music Therapy Joni Milgram-Luterman, MT-BC, LCAT, attended the 15th World Congress of Music Therapy, held July 5-8, at the Tsukuba International Congress Center, in Tsukuba, Japan. Along with her colleague, Mendelt Hoekstra, founder of the original Momentum Choir, Dr. Milgram-Luterman presented "The Momentum Choir as Community Music Therapy: Belong, Believe, Inspire."

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Clarkson-Hendrix presents at NSWM Annual Management Conference

07/13/2017

Assistant Professor Michael Clarkson-Hendrix of the Department of Sociocultural and Justice Sciences delivered an address, “Closing the Health Gap Through Resource Management: A Workplace Attachment Perspective,” with co-presenter John Carroll-Barbuto at the 28st Annual Management Conference of the Network for Social Work Management.

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Igoe speaks at WBFO studios about China

06/21/2017

Department of Communication Assistant Professor Mike Igoe recently spoke at the WBFO studios about his experience as a journalism professor at the United International College in Zhuhai in China, preceding the PBS series on China airing on WNED-TV.

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Latrell Tyson named May ‘Student of the Month’

05/08/2017

Latrell Tyson, a junior majoring in Management with a minor in Communication, has been chosen as the May 2017 Student of the Month by the Office of Student Affairs.

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