Plaudits

Cover of How We Fight White Supremacy

Apr 1, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Campbell Creates Playlist for “How We Fight White Supremacy” Publication

Dr. Bruce Campbell Jr., associate professor of Education, contributed work based on the intersectionality of his research on music, leadership and social justice to the new book, “How We Fight White Supremacy: A Field Guide to Black Resistance” by Akiba Solomon and Kenrya Rankin. In addition to...

Cover of Season of Subtraction

Mar 26, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Reale Publishes 10th Poetry Book, "Season of Subtraction"

Michelle Reale, associate professor of Landman Library, published her tenth book of poetry, Season of Subtraction, with Bodighera Press. “In Season of Subtraction, Michelle Reale entangles you in the language of ache and need, and the search for a lost relative who becomes a found love,” wrote...

Dr. Longacre

Mar 14, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Longacre Publishes on Cancer Caregivers and Support Communities

Dr. Margaret Longacre, assistant professor of Public Health, was published in Cancer Caregivers, a comprehensive guide to the science of cancer caregiving. Dr. Longacre has studied the family caregiving and its impacts the health system. She contributed two chapters to Cancer Caregivers,...

Dr. Lee

Mar 14, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Lee Publishes on Minors’ Conflicts with Parents in Journal of Family Therapy

Dr. Hsin-Hau (Cathy) Lee, assistant professor of Psychology, published “A qualitative investigation of former Taiwanese unaccompanied minors’ culture‐based conflicts with parents” in the Journal of Family Therapy. The article is co-authored with psychologist Dr. David M. Kasson and Dr. Shiqin (...

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Feb 7, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Drs. Scott and Nisbet Publish in Journal of Analytical Toxicology

Dr. Karen Scott, associate professor and program director of forensic science, and Dr. Lorna Nisbet, forensic science doctorate student at Arcadia and lecturer of analytical chemistry and forensic science at Anglia Ruskin University, published groundbreaking drug identification research, “The...

Jan 23, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Reale Publishes Fifth Academic Monograph on Inquiry and Research

Michelle Reale, associate professor of Landman Library, has published her fifth academic monograph, Inquiry and Research: A Relational Approach in the Classroom, with the American Library Association. In her book, Reale discusses how to foster the curiosity of students, and the importance of...

Dec 18, 2018 Jen Retter

Dr. Siskind Organizes Urban History Association Conference

Dr. Peter Siskind, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, assistant professor of History, and executive director of the Urban History Association (UHA), was a primary organizer of UHA’s Ninth Biennial Conference, held in Columbia, S.C. from Oct. 18 to 21. More than 400 scholars...

Dec 12, 2018 Jen Retter

Dr. Shandell Featured on African American Studies Podcast for Book

Dr. Jonathan Shandell, associate professor and co-director of Theater Arts, was featured in an episode of the "New Books on African American Studies" podcast. Dr. Shandell discussed his new novel, The American Negro Theatre and the Long Civil Rights Era, which unpacks the legacy of the American...

Nov 30, 2018 Jen Retter

Dr. McClure Contributes to Guidelines for Concussion Treatment

Dr. Phil McClure, professor and chair of Physical Therapy, was featured in Business Wire’s “MedRisk’s ISAB Creates Guidelines for Treating Concussion Symptoms,” an article analyzing the first vestibular therapy guidelines for workers suffering from concussions. Dr. McClure is an advisor to MedRisk...

Oct 22, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Oatis Featured in Wiley’s Research Headlines

Dr. Carol Oatis, professor of Physical Therapy, published her research on Total Knee Replacement therapy with Wiley’s Arthritis Care & Research. Dr. Oatis’ research, "Characteristics of Usual Physical Therapy post Total Knee Replacement (TKO) and Their Associations with Functional Outcomes...

Aug 14, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Riggan Co-Authors Article on Eritrean Refugees

Dr. Jennifer Riggan, associate professor of Historical and Political Studies, recently co-authored the article ””We Can’t Go Home”: What Does Peace Mean for Eritrean Refugees?” The piece was published Aug. 1 on the pan-african news site African Arguments, and addresses the delicate position of...

Aug 2, 2018 Jen Retter

‘Moore’ Findings on Multitasking

Dr. Katherine Moore, assistant professor of Psychology, published research on the limitations of multitasking in the April 2018 issue of Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. “Practice reduces set-specific capture costs only superficially” is part of Dr. Moore’s growing body of research on...