School of Music Professor Karolyn Stonefelt, who has already received two State University of New York honors, will be formally recognized in the international community as recipient of the 2016 Percussive Arts Society Lifetime Achievement in Education Award. Read More..
Distinguished Teaching Professor Raymond Angelo Belliott iof the Department of Philosophy analyzes and evaluates a series of critical social issues in, “Dostoevsky’s Legal and Moral Philosophy: The Trial of Dmitri Karamazov,” his 19th book, released by Brill. Read More..
A book review by Department of English professor Natalie Gerber of “Explicit and Implicit Prosody in Sentence Processing: Studies in Honor of Janet Dean Fodor” has been published in the August edition of SHARP News, the newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing. Read More..
Adjunct faculty member and Visual Arts and New Media alumnus Raymond Bonilla is featured in the July/August issue of Communication Arts, a premier trade magazine for illustration and graphic design. Read More..
The art of Distinguished Professor Alberto Rey is explored in the essay, “Seeing in the Dark: The Aesthetics of Disappearance and Remembrance in the Work of Alberto Rey,” in the May issue of Journal of American Studies. University of Nottingham Lecturer Stephanie Lewthwaite examines how contemporary Cuban American artists have experimented with visual languages of trauma to construct an intergenerational memory about the losses of exile and migration. Read More..
Two dozen awards were presented to Education students at the Professionalism and Excellence in Student Teaching Award Ceremony held by the College of Education on May 11 at the Williams Center Horizon Room. Read More..
Nate Luciano and Tyler Lokietek, both senior Management majors, and Mary Bolo-Burr, who is pursuing a master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, had their paper, "How to Build It So They Come: Using Interrelationship Quality Function Deployment Matrix to Design a Professional Business Student Club," published in the BRC Academy Journal of Education. Read More..
Stephanie Rosa, ’15, a Childhood Inclusive Education major with a concentration in Social Studies, was recently featured in the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services blog. Ms. Rosa is a first year, fourth grade special education teacher at the Major George Welch Elementary School in Dover, Del. Read More..
Zachary Moore, a senior Computer and Information Sciences major from Lancaster, N.Y., has been named Student of the Month for May by the Office of Residence Life. He was nominated for the award by Mark Mackey, interim ResNet coordinator and Veterans Affairs administrator, based on his academic excellence and outstanding service in the ResNet office. Read More..
Karen E. Lillie, assistant professor in the College of Education's Department of Language, Learning, and Leadership, has published a new chapter, "'The ELD Classes Are...Too Much and We Need To Take Other Classes To Graduate': Arizona's Restrictive Language Policy and the Dis-Citizenship of ELs," that appears in the book "Language, Immigration, and Naturalization: Legal and Linguistic Issues,” edited by Ariel Loring and Vai Ramanathan through Multilingual Matters. Read More..
Dr. Gurmukh Singh of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences had his article, “Multifractal detrended moving average analysis of particle density functions in relativistic nuclear collisions,” published in Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications. Read More..
Director of Reed Library Randy Gadikian and Associate Professor Birger Vanwesenbeeck of the Department of English are credited in a new French documentary on Stefan Zweig that aired on the French national TV channel Arte earlier this year. The documentary, “Stefan Zweig: Histoire d’un Européen” (Stefan Zweig: History of a European), showcases many documents from Reed Library’s Stefan Zweig Collection. Read More..