News 2013

Arvidson Publishes on Philosophy and Psychology

Sven Arvidson, Director of Liberal Studies, published Restructuring Attentionality and Intentionality on the commonalities between phenomenology and experimental?psychology.
Apr 30, 2013

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McDowell Named to Editorial Team for the John Donne Variorum Project

Professor Sean McDowell, Director of the University Honors Program, was named an Assistant Textual Editor for the John Donne Variorum project, an 8-volume collaboration of more than 30 scholars.
Apr 29, 2013

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Institute of Public Service Welcomes Kevin Ward

Kevin Ward joins the faculty in the Institute of Public Service to teach in the Master of Public Administration program. His research and teaching focus on public and nonprofit management, public policy, and program evaluation.
Apr 26, 2013

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Sociology Faculty Welcome Rachel Luft

Rachel E. Luft joins the Department of Anthropology, Sociology, and Social Work as an associate professor. Her scholarship includes research on the intersection of race, gender, and economic background,?disaster studies, and social inequality.
Apr 25, 2013

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Neilan Chaturvedi Joins Political Science Department

Neilan Chaturvedi joins the faculty in the Political Science Department as an assistant professor. He focuses his research and scholarship on the American political process, race and ethnic politics, and political behavior and public opinion.
Apr 25, 2013

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Jha Publishes First Novel

Communication Department Chair Sonora Jha has just published her first novel, Foreign. With a backdrop of real-life news stories about farmers' suicides in India, the book follows the story of a mother and son thrown into the crisis of a world that they know little about.
Apr 24, 2013

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McDowell Presents, Publishes on English Writers and Poets

Professor Sean McDowell, Director of the University Honors Program, presented at the John Donne Conference in Baton Rouge and recently published essays on poets Henry Vaughn and Seamus Heaney.
Apr 9, 2013

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Ondrak Publishes on Exercise, Heart Disease, Weight

Sport and Exercise Science Professor Kristin Ondrak published on the impact of exercise on cardiometabolic risk factors in children as well as the role of sex-related hormones on weight control.
Apr 9, 2013

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Film Studies Welcomes Georg Koszulinski

George Koszulinski joins the English Department faculty to teach in the Film Studies program. His teaching and areas of expertise include social documentary, French New Wave, video production, and film analysis.
Apr 8, 2013

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Derr Joins Social Work Faculty

Joining the Social Work faculty is Amelia S. Derr whose scholarship, informed by more than 10 years of practice with immigrant and refugee communities in the U.S. and abroad, is dedicated to promoting immigrant well-being and reducing health disparities.
Apr 8, 2013

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