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Faculty members in ENVS (Jake Brenner, Jason Hamilton, Anne Stork, Jed Jordan, and Tim Drake) published a case study of an exercise that takes place in the Environmental Sentinels (ENVS 120) field course in a new online journal from the University of California Press called Case Studies in the Environment.   

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Assistant Professor Laura Muscalu teaches part-time in the Psychology Department at Ithaca College and  is a research collaborator in the multidisciplinary Tots on Bots study. She is also associate researcher in the department of Nutritional Sciences at Cornell University.

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Joshua Bonnetta, Associate Professor of Media Arts, Sciences and Studies, will present his most recent film, El Mar La Mar, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City from February 23rd to March 1st.

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Claims made by Philips Oral Healthcare LLC (“Philips”) for its Sonicare electric toothbrushes were challenged by The Procter & Gamble Company (“P&G”), maker of competing Oral-B electric toothbrushes.

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Onika Richards (Documentary Studies and Production 2018) published her editorial on telecommuting on the website 1 Million for Work Flexibility

https://www.workflexibility.org/millennials-take-pros-cons-telecommuting/

Her editorial was composed in Stephen Sweet's sociology course Work and Family and involved study of 70 articles and book chapters.

Hannah Byron (Communication Management and Design 2019) published her editorial "Flexibility and Family: Can Event Planners Have Both?" on the website 1 Million for Work Flexibility.

https://www.workflexibility.org/flexibility-and-family-event-planners-have-both/

She researched and reviewed 70 articles and book chapters in preparation for writing the editorial as an assignment in Stephen Sweet's sociology course Work and Family.

 Evan Jones (Psychology 2020) published his editorial Work Flexibility as a Means to Promote Health and Work Performance on the website 1 Million for Work Flexibility.

https://www.workflexibility.org/work-flexibility-means-promote-health-work-performance/

He read and researched 70 articles and book chapters in preparation for writing this editorial as an assignment in Stephen Sweet's course Work and Family.

 

 

Raj Subramaniam (HPPE Professor) publishes article titled "Attitudes matter in physical education" in the recent edition of International Journal of Physical Education, 54(4), 22-30.

 

Dayna Poskanzer (Integrated Marketing Communication 2019) and Shoshana Bedrosian (Television-Radio 2019 published their editorial Employee Empowerment: The Path to Work-Life Effectiveness on the website 1 Million for Work Flexibility.

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Her article, “Applications of Dendrochronology in Northwestern Mexico,” presents the first application of dendroarchaeology in Mesoamerica.  The research uses prehispanic tree-ring data to demonstrate the potential of this method as a tool to control time and reconstruct past climate.

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/latin-american-antiquity/article/applications-of-dendrochronology-in-northwestern-mexico/79516938F4CCF8624F0D6A4B61BF1230

 Dr. Gage attended a week-long certificate course in Toronto, Canada at York University on Essentials for Ombuds in September 2017.  She successfully passed the exam and the course  and will receive her certificate by the end of December 2017.  

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 Kirby Wilhelm (Sociology 2019) published an editorial on flexible work options on 1 Million for Work Flexibility blog.

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Students in the Psychology of Adulthood and Aging taught by part-time professor Colleen Bennett presented  their end of semester research-based posters  at Longview on December 14th.

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 Erin Wallace (Sociology Class of 2018) publishes editorial on workplace flexibility

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Senior Athletic Training major, Kimberly Presuto (Woodbury, NY) and Senior Athletic Training major, Sophie Knittle (Keene, NH) were both recently notified that they are recipients of 2017 Scholarships from the New York State Athletic Trainer's Association (NYSATA).

 

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It is a pleasure to announce that School of Music's Associate Professor Sara Haefeli, (Music Theory, History and Composition) has just published a new book entitled John Cage: A Research and Information Guide by Routledge, 2018.

https://www.routledge.com/John-Cage-A-Research-and-Information-Guide/Haefeli/p/book/9781138929432

Description of the book: This annotated bibliography uncovers the wealth of resources available on the life and music of John Cage, one of the most influential and fascinating composers of the twentieth-century. The guide will focus on documentary studies, archival resources, scholarly research, and autobiographical materials, and place the composer and his work in a larger context of postmodern philosophy, art and theater movements, and contemporary politics. It will support emerging scholarship and inquiry for future research on Cage, with carefully selected sources and useful annotations.

 

David was selected to serve by the Institute for International Education (IIE) for a period of three years (not necessarily consecutive), beginning with this year’s competition. 

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Lisa Farman, Assistant Professor in the Department of Strategic Communication, has published a new article in the Atlantic Journal of Communication.

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Patricia Zimmermann, professor of Screen Studies and co-director of Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF), has published a new book, Open Space New Media DocumentaryA Toolkit for Theory and Practice(Routledge, 2017).

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Patricia R. Zimmermann, professor of screen studies and co-director of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, has published a chapter in the recently published book, Asian Video Cultures:  In the Penumbra of the Global (Duke, 2017), edited by Joshua Neves and Bhaskar Sarkar.

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