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Dr. Agnes Conaty Joins the American Geophysical Union as a Community Science Fellow

The Thriving Earth Exchange is a fellowship program offered through the American Geophysical Union. Dr. Conaty has been accepted to this fellowship program and will be continuing her work in serving communities in need of environmental justice. This is yet another milestone in Dr. Conaty’s dedication to environmental activism.

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Dr. Agnes Conaty Publishes an Article with The Laurel Independent to Encourage Citizen Science

“Be part of something big: The joy of citizen science” details information about the NASA GLOBE observer program and how the community can get involved in learning more about the earth and environment and even contribute to learning through citizen science.

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Trinity Faculty Contribute Chapters to “Fostering Communities of Transformation in STEM Higher Education: A Multi-institutional Collection of DEI Initiatives”

Trinity faculty in Biology and Chemistry contributed two chapters to a new book, “Fostering Communities of Transformation in STEM Higher Education: A Multi-institutional Collection of DEI Initiatives”, in collaboration with HHMI cohort colleagues. Cindy DeBoy, Kaitlin Wellens, Patrice Moss, Mia Ray and Anette Casiano-Negroni produced Chapter 11: Creating a Space in the Curriculum for Effective...

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Provost & Associate Professor of Psychology Carlota Ocampo presents at the 109th Annual Conference of the National Communication Association

Dr. Carlota Ocampo presented on a panel entitled “Race, Gender, and Leadership in the Public Imagination: The Implications and Challenges of Securing Freedom in our Post-pandemic Reality” at the NCA Annual Conference on November 16th.

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Dr. Cristina Parsons Publishes Article in Portuguese Studies Journal

Dr. Cristina Parsons, Professor Emerita of Economics, In the College of Arts and Sciences, published an article titled, “Fado as Economic History: The Mariquinhas Cycle Reinterpreted”, in the Portuguese Studies Journal. The article shines a light on a new perspective on ‘A Casa da Mariquinhas’ by exploring Portuguese women’s working and social lives and the...

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Dr. Stacey Baugh Presents Poster at Lilly Conference in College and University Teaching

Dr. Stacey Baugh, Associate Professor of Psychology, presented a poster at the Lilly Conference in College and University Teaching on October  14, 2022. The poster titled “The Impact of Course Deadline Flexibility on Student Performance” examined whether students in the Introductory Psychology course performed better with structured or flexible deadlines. Listen to summary recording of...

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Dr. Sheila Spurlock-White to Present at Howard’s Symposium: Promoting Health Equity Through Nursing Science

Sheila Spurlock-White, RN, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Nursing in the School of Nursing and Health Professions, will present a poster presentation at the Howard University College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences Symposium: Promoting Health Equity through Nursing Science on March 29, 2023. The symposium will be held at Howard University Louis Stokes Health Science...

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Dr. Cynthia Greer Appointed Board Member of the Playtime Project

Dr. Cynthia Greer, Associate Professor of Counseling in the School of Nursing and Health Professions, is a newly installed member of the Board of The Playtime Project (formerly The “Homeless  Children’s Playtime Project), a non-profit that supports and fosters the healing process of play and expressive and creative arts therapies in developing resiliencies, particularly for...

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Dr. Katherine James Publishes Article in in the Phi Delta Kappa International’s Professional Journal

Dr. Katherine James, adjunct professor in the Master of Science in Education Administration program at Trinity Washington University, published an article in the Phi Delta Kappa Journal, The Kappan, August 29, 2022. The article titled, Let’s Take Another Look at Homework” addresses the importance of homework and the reinforcement and opportunities it provides. Dr. James’...

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Adjunct Professor Agnes Conaty Joins NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Dr. Agnes Conaty, PhD, Math adjunct faculty at Trinity Washington University, has joined NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center as Senior Research Scientist and part-time Science Lead for the NASA GLOBE Program last June 1, 2022. She analyzes the GLOBE Observer data and does education and public outreach for the Earth Sciences Division at Goddard in Greenbelt,...

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