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Mark Oakes, Jean Burr, Stephanie Anglin '10 and Meredith Kivett '10 at the Conference on Relational Aggression
Faculty, Recent Grads Attend Conference on Relational Aggression
Assistant Professor of Psychology Jean Burr, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology Mark Oakes and May graduates Meredith Kivett and Stephanie Anglin attended the Conference on Relational Aggression June 15-16, in Omaha, Neb. More ...
An image from <em>NGC 1999: Spooky Action at a Distance</em>.
Pellman Presents Work in Basel
NGC 1999: Spooky Action at a Distance, a work created by Leonard C. Ferguson Professor of Music Samuel Pellman and Miranda Raimondi '08 was presented at the SCOPE international art festival in Basel from June 15-19 as part of an installation titled "The Light at the End of the Tunnel." The show was conceived as a celebration of the Large Hadron Collider that recently became operational at CERN Labs in Geneva. More ...
Confection by Rebecca Murtaugh.
Murtaugh Artwork Noted in Sacramento Bee Article
Artwork by Assistant Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh was mentioned in a Sacramento Bee article “Post-it Notes Celebrate 30 Years” (6/28/10). The article commemorates the birthday of the Post-it note, which, “with its unique ability to organize and communicate, has stuck to its position as an office supply must-have.” More ...
Steve Humphries-Brooks
Humphries-Brooks Discusses Apocalypse on BBC
Professor of Religious Studies Steve Humphries-Brooks was recently interviewed for BBC World Service about the second coming of Christ. The interview was based on a recent Pew Research poll that indicated four in 10 Americans between the ages of 21 and 26 believe Jesus will return by 2050. Humphries-Brooks discussed why the apocalypse is so important to young Americans. More ...
Nancy Rabinowitz
Rabinowitz Presents Research at Open University Conference
Nancy Rabinowitz, the Margaret Bundy Scott Profesor of Comparative Literature, presented her research at the Open University conference titled "Classics in the Modern World-A Democratic Turn?" in Milton Keynes, UK. The conference brought together scholars from all over the world to discuss whether the use of antiquity in modern times is in fact democratic. Her talk, "Expanding Tragedy as Critique," focused on contemporary uses of tragedy to critique the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
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Adam Van Wynsberghe
Van Wynsberghe and Snyder Receive Research Corporation Grants
Assistant Professors of Chemistry Nicole L. Snyder and Adam Van Wynsberghe have each received a Cottrell College Science Award from the Research Corporation for Science Advancement. These grants each supply $35,000 for the investigators’ research programs and include funds for equipment, supplies, and faculty and student stipends. Fifty-seven of these awards were funded nationally in 2010. More ...
"Confection," an installation by Rebecca Murtaugh.
Murtaugh Exhibiting at Urban Institute of Contemporary Art
Assistant Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh is currently exhibiting at the Urban Institute of Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids, Mich. Her solo show titled "Temptations" opened on June 11 and runs until August 6, and features four series of art works. More ...
De Bao Xu
Xu Gives Keynote Speech at TCLT6
Professor of Chinese De Bao Xu gave the keynote speech at TCLT6, the 6th International Conference and Workshops on Technology and Chinese Language Teaching in the 21st Century, held at the Ohio State University on June 12-14. His talk was titled “Assessment of Participatory Learning Tools and Selection of Virtual Classroom Software (VCS).”
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Hong Gang Jin
Jin Publishes Article, Takes Part in Teacher Development Programs
Hong Gang Jin, the William R. Kenan Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures, published an article titled “Task Complexity and its Effects on Interaction & Production: An Experimental Study of Task-based Instruction” in the May issue of the Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association (JCLTA). The article presents the results of her study about “the effect of task complexity on language and interaction in a Chinese as a foreign language context.” More ...
Russell Marcus
Marcus Publishes Articles in APA Newsletter
Assistant Professor of Philosophy Russell Marcus has published two articles in the spring issue of the American Philosophical Association’s Newsletter on Teaching Philosophy. More ...
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