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Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz, student Emmia Newman ('18) and alumnus Drew Swedberg ('17) presented on a panel. Read More
Jenna Azar (Digital Learning Instructional Designer) and Tim Clarke (Digital Learning Instructional technologist) presented a workshop, "Collaborative Annotation in the Classroom and the Office," with Jeremy Dean, at the OLC Innovate Conference, Nashville, TN, Apr 18.
HYPE Youth Media (co-directed by Jenna Azar, Tony Dalton, and Lora Taub-Pervizpour) received Lehigh University's Mellon Digital Humanities Initiative Grant for Community Media Award in recognition of 12 years of developing and supporting youth media makers in Allentown.
Librarians Kelly Cannon, Susan Falciani Maldonado, and Rachel Hamelers presented " Collaborations with Faculty: Reaching Outside of the Classroom" at the ACRL Delaware Valley Chapter Spring Meeting on Apr 20th.
Research students, Laura Gleason (`18) and Mehgan McQuade (`20), presented their research at the 29th Annual St. Joseph's University Sigma Xi Student Research Symposium. The title of their presentation was "The Sublethal Effects of Bisphenol A (BPA) on Sea Urchin Development."
Mike Huber, Professor of Mathematics, has five articles in the new book "Major League Baseball A Mile High: the First Quarter Century of the Colorado Rockies," published by the Society for American Baseball Research (2018).
John Sullivan , professor of media & communication, presented "Deconstructing the Commodity Audience: Contrasting Indigenous vs. Industrial Perspectives" at the Union for Democratic Communications (UDC) conference in Chicago.
Sue Curry Jansen,professor emeritus of media & communication, received the prestigious C. Edwin Baker Award for the Advancement of Scholarship on Media, Markets and Democracy for her career-long contributions to critical media scholarship at a special ceremony in Prague at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association. Read More
Mike Huber, Professor of Mathematics, has six articles appearing in the 306-page book, "Cincinnati's Crosley Field: A Gem in the Queen City," edited by Gregory H. Wolf and published by the Society for American Baseball Research, 2018.
Anthony Fillis '19, Jarrett Azar '20, Sasha Cheer '19, Helen Ranieri-C Muhlenberg College participated in a Pennsylvania Consortium for the Liberal Arts grant to support student summer digital scholarship. A recent symposium at Bryn Mawr College brought together 45 undergraduates from these and other liberal arts institutions to present summer research. Read More
Anthony Fillis, Jarrett Azar, Sasha Cheer, Helen Ranieri-Cordes Muhlenberg College participated in a Pennsylvania Consortium for the Liberal Arts grant to support student summer digital scholarship. A recent symposium at Bryn Mawr College brought together 45 undergraduates from these and other liberal arts institutions to present summer research. Read More
Rachel Hamelers , information literacy services librarian, Sara Gonzalez (University of Florida) and Bonnie Fong (Rutgers University) co-authored the poster "How Can We Increase Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in a Science Librarians Organization?" at the ALA Annual Conference in New Orleans.
Dr. Casey James Miller, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, gave a talk entitled "(Un)Civil Society: Community and Conflict among Chinese Queer AIDS NGOs" to the Medical Anthropology Association at Lehigh University on Apr 23.
Susan Falciani Maldonado, Special Collections Librarian, presented the poster "Convergence as 'Cluster': Art and History Meet in the Reading Room" at the Rare Book & Manuscript Section (ACRL) Conference in New Orleans, June 21st.
Amy Hark, Elizabeth McCain, and 6 Muhlenberg alumni are co-authors on a paper published in Planta. Read More
Giancarlo Cuadra , Asst. Professor of Biology, presented at the American Society for Microbiology Meeting in Atlanta, GA along with Muhlenberg research students Emma Loh '19 and Danielle Silver '18. Loh won an award for "Best Abstract." Read More
Roland J. Kushner , associate professor of business, and Samuel M. Thompson '18 co-authored and presented "Building and Leading a Cultural Enterprise: Martin Guitar & C. F. Martin IV" to the Case Development workshop at the Eastern Academy of Management meetings in Providence, RI on May 4.
Roland J. Kushner was a panelist on "Building Communities and Creating Change by Teaching Good Governance in the Arts" along with educators from University of Toronto, Butler University and Savannah College of Art & Design at the annual conference of the Association of Arts Administration Educators in Houston, TX.
Holmes Miller professor of business, published "Intuition and Decision Making for Crisis Situations", which appears in The Routledge Companion to Risk, Crisis and Security in Business, (K. J. Engemann ed.). Read More
Roland J. Kushner , associate professor of business, presented "Market Research for the Arts" in Pittsburgh on June 30 as part of a "Marketing Boot Camp" for a group of 44 Western Pennsylvania arts organizations, in a program sponsored by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, organized by Americans for the Arts.
Roland J. Kushner , associate professor of business, is featured in "Stronger Than Steel," a book that chronicles the 1984 beginning of Bethlehem's Musikfest, the nation's largest non-gated free music festival. Read More
Jim Bloom, English, has contributed an essay titled "Amiri Baraka and Philip Roth: Passing, Place, and Identities" to Approaches to Teaching Baraka's Dutchman, the newest entry in the Modern Language Association's Approaches to Teaching World Literature Series.
Jim Bloom professor of English, presented a paper, "American Nobels: From Sinclair Lewis to Bob Dylan," at the annual meeting of the American Literature Association in San Francisco and served as panelist for a roundtable discussion of Philip Roth's Nonfiction, organized by The Philip Roth Society.
Dr. Erika M. Sutherland, Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, presented her paper "Lecciones de la sanguijuela: Una pedagog'ia de impacto para La desheredada [Lessons from the leech: A high-impact pedagogy for La desheredada]" at the Kentucky Foreign language Conference. Read More
Dr. Erika M. Sutherland, Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, was invited to Puebla, Mexico, to participate in a series of events fostering support systems for and among migrant communities in Pennsylvania and in Puebla. Read More
Lora Taub-Pervizpour presented, "Documentary Storymaking: Greater than the Sum of Our Parts," at Our (Digital) Humanities Conference, Lehigh University, Apr 20-22, 2018.
Jenna Azar and Lora Taub-Pervizpour presented "HYPE Retrospective: Youth Media makers a Decade Later," a conversation with HYPE alumni Jalal Khan ('17), Gracie Santana (Temple '19), and Rashid Keita at Our (Digital) Humanities Conference, Lehigh University, Apr 20-22, 2018.
Eva Nelson's letter to the editor was published in the Express Times. She is a student in the Media Advocacy course writing this commentary on behalf of the Bradbury Sullivan LGBT Community Center and the service learning project. Read More
Sue Curry Jansen , professor of media & communication, and Brian Martin, University of Wollongong, Australia, published an review essay on the antifa movement in the April 25 issues of Waging Nonviolence. Read More
Jeff Pooley, associate professor of media and communication, gave two papers at the International Communication Assocation in Prague: "The Remobilization of the Propaganda and Morale Network, 1948-1953" and "Open Sourcing and Communication History: Posting Primary Sources to New Publishing Platform"
Jeff Pooley, associate professor of media and communication, delivered an invited lecture on "The Remobilization of the Propaganda & Morale Network, 1947-1953" at the 'Ecole normale sup'erieure Paris-Saclay.
Matthieu de Wit , assistant professor of neuroscience, gave an invited paper at the 15th European Workshop on Ecological Psychology in Montauban, France, and contributed a paper at the Reconceiving Cognition Conference in Antwerp, Belgium. Read More
Peter A. Pettit , director of the IJCU and associate professor of religion studies, published "Luther, Lutherans, and Jews: Looking to the Second Five Hundred Years" in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations. Read More