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Walter Byongsok Chon, Assistant Professor of Dramaturgy and Theatre Studies in the Theatre Arts Department, publishes two articles “Dramaturgs Reflect on the ATHE Dramaturgy Focus Group (DRFG) Part I: The Foundation” and “Part II: The Present” on the online global theatre journal The Theatre Times.

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Recently, Assistant Professor, Mitch McCabe, was invited to give an artist's talk and present her film work to the PhD program of the Department of Critical Media Practices and the College of Media, Communication and Information at University of Colorado-Boulder

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A 5-person panel of the National Advertising Review Board (NARB) determined that Guthy-Renker LLC has supported certain express performance and ingredient claims, before-and-after photo comparisons, an expert opinion, and a celebrity endorsement for its Crepe Erase® Anti-Aging Body Care Treatment System. The NARB panel also recommended that the advertiser make sure that all before-and-after photo comparisons illustrating the performance of Crepe Erase are accompanied by a clear and conspicuous disclosure indicating the duration of product use.

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In collaboration with Susan Kinne and community members in Sabana Grande, Nicaragua, Smith co-wrote "Paths to Empowerment: A Case Study of Local Sustainability from Nicaragua" for Global Champions of Sustainable Development,  (Routledge 2020).    

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Luca Maurer, Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services director, successfully completed the requirements of the WPATH Global Education Initiative Certification Program. 

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A Cuban Cinema Companion, a collection of essays about films across six decades, included two entries by Dr. Enrique González-Conty, Assistant Professor of Spanish in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. Dr. González-Conty wrote the essays for two films: the Cuban drama "El hombre de Maisinicú" (The Man from Maisinicú, 1973) directed by Manuel Pérez, and the documentary made in exile "8-A" (1992) directed by Orlando Jiménez Leal. This collection is part of the National Cinemas series published by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

 

For more information about this book see: https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781538107737

Professor Kathleen Mulligan (Theatre Arts) was selected to participate in the seminar "Arts, Culture, and Transforming Conflict", sponsored by World Learning AlumniTies in Santa Fe, New Mexico December 10-13, 2019. Mulligan was among 39 alumni participants from various U.S. State Department exchange programs.

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Paul Dickson (Computer Science) gave the keynote address for the ACM SIGCSE Chapter Launch held at the UCD School of Computer Science, Ireland on December 11th. Dr. Dickson’s address was “Timeless Lessons from Teaching Programming, or Not”

Keith Kaiser and Matt Clauhs present "Embracing the Traditional and the Emerging -- a win-win for ensembles, for music education, and for ALL students" at the International Band and Orchestra Conference -- The Midwest Clinic. 

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Jenna Heffron, PhD, OTR/L (HSHP; Occupational Therapy) recently published a systematic review on community participation interventions for people with stroke. The article was published in the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. She co-authored the review with researchers from the University of Washington and the University of Illinois at Chicago. 

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Barney Beins (Psychology) participated in a symposium on teaching diversity at the Northeastern Conference for Teachers of Psychology, a one-day teaching conference held in conjunction with the annual convention of the New England Psychological Association.

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Katharyn Howd Machan’s 36-page collection of poems, A Slow Bottle of Wine, won the 2019 Jessie Bryce Niles Chapbook Contest, with a $1,000 prize, and will be published in 2020. Her poems “Boiling Sap” and “Watercolor Artist” are appearing this month in Twyckenham Notes. Katharyn Howd Machan is a Professor in the Department of Writing.

Jenna Heffron, PhD, OTR/L (HSHP; Occupational Therapy) recently published a systematic review on community participation interventions for people with stroke. The article was published in the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. She co-authored the review with researchers from the University of Washington and the University of Illinois at Chicago. 

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Mary Ann Erickson published an article titled “Contemplative Pedagogy as a Framework for Educating About Ageism” in Gerontology & Geriatrics Education.

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Elizabeth Bergman, associate professor and chair of gerontology, and Brian Pulling (’16) authored a chapter recently published in Guccione’s Geriatric Physical Therapy (4th edition). The chapter (“Caregiving of the Older Adult”) focuses on physical therapy practice with older adults who rely on the assistance of family caregivers and/or who are themselves caring for a family member.

Amber Lia-Kloppel, Lecture in the Art Department, has two paintings in Dacia Gallery’s holiday group exhibition, running from Dec 16th thru Jan 3rd.

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Patricia Zimmermann, Professor of Screen Studies and Codirector of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF), presented and lectured on We Tell: Fifty Years of Participatory Community Media at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC on December 7, 2019. 

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Jenna Heffron, PhD, OTR/L (HSHP; Occupational Therapy) recently published a systematic review on community participation interventions for people with stroke. The article was published in the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. She co-authored the review with researchers from the University of Washington and the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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A huge thank you to the many volunteers who stayed after hours to help us keep the on-campus Food Pantry open all semester. 

Those who are interested in assisting in the food pantry during the Spring semester, can sign up here:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040c48a5ad2aa0f94-food . Students, faculty and staff are all welcome to help out. 

The on-campus Pantry is open whenever the College is open on Tuesdays from 6-7pm and on Fridays from 4-5:30 pm. 

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