Assistant Professor of History Charles Musgrove has published his book, China’s Contested Capital: Architecture, Ritual and Response in Nanjing (University of Hawai’i Press). The book has also been published in Asia by the Hong Kong University Press.
Assistant Professor of French Elizabeth Applegate edited and introduced a collection of translated works about the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda for the website Words Without Borders. The edition includes Applegate’s translations of poetry by Michaella Rugwizangoga and testimonial narrative by Esther Mujawayo and Souâd Belhaddad.
Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry had an article published in the November issue of ASBMB Today. Mertz co-authored “Assembling a toolkit for biochemistry and molecular biology educators” with two faculty members from other institutions. ASBMB Today is the membership magazine for the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Educational Studies Katy Arnett was the keynote speaker at the annual conference of the Second Languages and Intercultural Council, held in Canmore, Alberta on October 24 and 25. Her keynote was entitled “The Changing Faces in Canadian Classrooms: Lessons for and about Linguistic and Cultural Diversity.”
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry Craig Streu has been featured in the November issue of the American Scientist Magazine. Streu was interviewed about his research program and experiences in STEM education.
Professor Todd Eberly and alumna Melissa Deckman ’93, now professor at Washington College, talk Maryland politics on MPT’s State Circle. Watch the full interview, which aired Oct. 25, here.
*Update: Assistant Professor Leah Eller has recently returned from a chemistry education conference at Widener University, in which her work with microwave chemistry was discussed by Dr. Marsha Baar of Muhlenberg College during a session. The conference presented an opportunity to network with other chemists and promote both the microwave chemistry and the green chemistry efforts Find out more »
Associate Professor of History Adriana Brodsky will present the lecture “Between Community and Aliyah: Young Sephardim in the 1960s” at the University of California, Irvine on November 4. The lecture is part of the university’s Jewish Studies event, “Transnational, Diasporic and Local Challenges: Argentine Jews in the 20th Century.”
Professor of English and Chair of the English Department Ben Click is co-editor of and contributor to “Refocusing Chaplin: A Screen Icon through Critical Lenses,” a recently published book of critical essays that offers a unique view into Charlie Chaplin’s life and work. Click co-edited the book with English professors Lawrence Howe of Roosevelt University Find out more »
Professor of Psychology and Dean of the Core Curriculum Elizabeth Nutt Williams was named the Section for the Advancement of Women of the Society of Counseling Psychology’s Woman of the Year for 2013. The award was presented at the American Psychological Association meeting.