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Smith pens chapter for ‘Screen Lessons’ essay collection

12/02/2016

A chapter written by Department of Communication Assistant Professor Roslin Smith has been placed in “Screen Lessons: What We Learned Have Learned from Teachers on Television and in the Movies,” a volume of 30 essays written by teachers and students about the teacher characters who have inspired them.

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Dunham co-authors study in natural science journal

12/01/2016

Department of Physics Assistant Professor Michael M. Dunham co-authored a study on the formation of multiple star systems that was recently accepted for publication by “Nature,” the premier journal in natural science disciplines.

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Gee coordinates symposium at GSA conference

11/28/2016

Department of Psychology Professor Nancy R. Gee organized a symposium on human-animal interactions in healthy human aging at the annual scientific meeting of the Gerontological Society of America on Nov. 17 in New Orleans.

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Bagmati River Art Project includes artists Alberto Rey and Jason Dilworth

11/23/2016

An exhibition at the Siddhartha Art Gallery at Barbar Mahal Revisited in Kathmandu, Nepal, which opened on Nov. 20, features paintings, water data from the Bagmati River, a book about the project, a documentary and artwork by Nepalese artists whose attention focuses on issues related to the river. Department of Visual Arts and New Media faculty Rey and Dilworth worked on the book and exhibition together, and Rey created the documentary for the project.

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Mason invited to Japan to speak

11/23/2016

Kazuhiro Yoshida from IDEA Consultants, Inc. supporting Ministry of Environment Japan (MOEJ) will hold a workshop on microplastics in the ocean and has invited Dr. Sherri “Sam” Mason of the Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences to share her experiences, especially in practical works in the field.

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Vanwesenbeeck participates in workshop at Columbia University

11/23/2016

Department of English Associate Professor Birger Vanwesenbeeck participated in a workshop, “Autumn of the Middle Ages: A Century Later,” that brought together scholars from the United States and Europe to Columbia University to explore the legacy and enduring relevance of Johan Huizinga’s study “Autumn of the Middle Ages.”

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November Student of the Month

11/23/2016

Eric Williams of Batavia, N.Y., has been named Student of the Month for November by the Office of Residence Life. Mr. Williams was nominated for this award by Alicia Wroblewski, Residence Life agency program aide, and Daniel Goodwin, assistant director of Residence Life and Townhouse coordinator.

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Sonnenfeld scholarship recipients recognized

11/23/2016

Marion Sonnenfeld Award Scholarships, which recognize outstanding female students who exemplify leadership, hard work and a good sense of community, were presented to undergraduates Courtney Schmidt and April Lorenzi.

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Article on cinema by De Santi published in peer-reviewed journal

11/23/2016

Dr. Chiara De Santi of the Department of World Languages and Cultures wrote an article recently published in the Italian peer-reviewed journal Cinema e storia (Cinema and History).

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Dahlgren to serve on panel in Washington

11/23/2016

Dr. Robert Dahlgren will appear on a panel discussion on "Social Studies and English Language Learners: Programs, Practices, and Pitfalls" at the National Council for the Social Studies annual convention in Washington, D.C.

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Belliotti’s 20th book explores Nietzsche’s will to power

11/23/2016

In his newest book, Distinguished Teaching Professor Raymond Angelo Belliotti interprets Friedrich Nietzsche’s fundamental concept and evaluates the extent to which the desire for power and its exercise motivates human behavior in, “Nietzsche’s Will to Power: Eagles, Lions, and Serpents.”

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Caviedes writes book chapter on European press representations of migration

11/23/2016

Associate Professor Alexander Caviedes of the Department of Politics and International Affairs has written the chapter, “An Emerging ‘European’ News Portrayal of Immigration?” that appears in a new book, “Migrants, Minorities, and the Media: Information, Representations and Participation in the Public Sphere.”

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