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The Smithsonian Institution's marine research laboratory on Carrie Bow Cay, Belize.
Smythe Joins Research Team in Belize
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Ashleigh Smythe joined five other scientists for two weeks of field research in Belize in January. The Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History operates a marine research lab on Carrie Bow Cay, a one-acre island 10 miles offshore on Belize’s southern barrier reef. More ...
Joseph R. Urgo
Urgo Co-Authors Guide to Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!
Dean of Faculty Joseph R. Urgo has co-authored a new book, Reading Faulkner: Absalom, Absalom! (University Press of Mississippi, March, 2010), with Noel Polk, professor emeritus of English at Mississippi State University. More ...
Anne Lacsamana
Lacsamana Invited to Speak at Rollins College
Anne E. Lacsamana, assistant professor of women’s studies, was invited to Rollins College as a Thomas P. Johnson Distinguished Visiting Scholar in January to deliver a public lecture on her current research on the Philippine women’s movement. More ...
Nigel Westmaas
Westmaas Publishes Book Review
Assistant Professor of Africana Studies Nigel Westmaas published a book review in the March 2009 issue of the Arts Journal (Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Literature, History, Art and Culture of Guyana and the Caribbean). He reviewed the new book by Trinidadian academic Selwyn Cudjoe, Caribbean Visions: ARF Webber and the Making of the Guyanese Nation, (published by Mississippi Press, 2009). Webber, an early and prominent politician in British Guiana was instrumental in forming the Popular Party in 1926, the first organized political party in Guiana and the colonial British West Indies. More ...
<em>Pindar's Verbal Art</em> by James Wells
Wells Publishes Book, Pindar's Verbal Art
James Wells, visiting assistant professor of classics, has published a book, Pindar's Verbal Art, An Ethnographic Study of Epinician Style (Harvard University Press, February, 2010). More ...
Borton Presents Thought Suppression Research at Conference

Associate Professor of Psychology Jennifer Borton presented a poster titled “Fragile Self-Esteem as a Predictor of Thought Suppression” at the annual conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology held Jan. 28-30 in Las Vegas.  More ...

Nigel Westmaas
Westmaas Gives Invited Talk About Haiti at Syracuse University
Assistant Professor of Africana Studies Nigel Westmaas gave an invited talk on Haiti at Syracuse University on Jan. 28. His presentation at the forum organized by the Africa Initiative Project (Department of African-American studies) of Syracuse University was titled “Haiti: Historical Reflections on the narrative of Haitian poverty in the wake of the Earthquake.” More ...
Susan Mason
Mason Delivers Virtual Online Training for AMA
During 2010 Susan Mason is acting as the subject matter expert and instructor for a series of live, instructor-led virtual lessons in workplace communications for the American Management Association. Using the Adobe Connect platform, Mason uses online real time chat, voiceover Internet protocols, slides, polls and white board applications to deliver her lessons. Mason is director of the College’s Education Studies program. More ...
Lisa Trivedi
Trivedi Presents Paper at St. Lawrence University
Associate Professor of History Lisa Trivedi gave a paper titled "Won't You Be My Neighbor?: reflections on Mohandas Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." at St. Lawrence University on Jan. 22. Trivedi was invited to speak by St. Lawrence for Peace, a campus advocacy group that is part of the college's Global Education Initiative and that organized a week of events celebrating Dr. King's life and work. More ...
Ann Owen
Reuters Quotes Owen on Political Pressure and Fed
Possible negative effects of political encroachment into monetary affairs was the focus of a Reuters article titled “Bernanke tussle deals new blow to Fed autonomy” in which Professor of Economics Ann Owen was quoted. "What you don't want is the FOMC [Federal Open Market Committee] thinking about political repercussions of monetary policy." More ...
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