Dr. Tovares Publishes “How to Write About the Media”
Associate Professor of Communication, Dr. Raul Tovares’ book, How to Write About the Media Today, was be published in February by Greenwood Press. According to the Midwest Book Review, Tovares’ text is “…an ideal introduction for novice journalists, very highly recommended as a textbook for Journalism curriculums, and an invaluable reference for non-specialist general readers...
Dr. Maguire Participates in “Haiti: Six Weeks Later” Symposium
Dr. Robert Maguire, Associate Professor of International Affairs, will participate in a symposium on February 25, 2010, sponsored by the US Institute of Peace – Haiti: Six Weeks Later. Six weeks after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated Port-au-Prince, the international community is starting to shift their focus from immediate emergency relief to longer, more sustainable development....
Dr. Gouleta Presents a NABE Conference
Dr. Eirini Gouletta, Assistant Professor of Education, presented “Competencies and Student Learning Outcomes in Bilingual Teacher Education”, at the National Association for Bilingual Education’s Annual Conference in Denver, CO. Her presentation focused on quality assurance and student learning outcomes in the area of bilingual teacher education.
Dr. Tovares Published in Journal “Latino Studies”
Dr. Raul Tovares, Associate Professor of Communication, article “La Opinion and its contribution to the Mexican community’s adaptation to life in the US,” was published in the international, peer reviewed journal, Latino Studies.
Dr. Clark Invited to Present to Annual Meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management
Dr. Janine Clarke, Assistant Professor of Business Administration has been invited to present her paper “Dimensions of Culture: An experiential activity exploring the impact of culture on organization structure and processes” at the 47th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management, May 12-15, 2010, in Portland, Maine.
Dr. Maguire Presents Haiti Testimony to Congress
Dr. Robert Maguire, Associate Professor of International Affairs, Director of the Haiti Project at Trinity and Chair of the Haiti Working Group at the U.S. Institute of Peace, presented testimony before the Subcommittee on International Development, Foreign Assistance, Economic Affairs and International Environmental Protection of the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, on February 4,...
Dr. Beverly Published in “Big Lucks” Literary Journal
Assistant Professor of English, Dr. Bill Beverly’s story “Walking Papers” will appear in the premier issue of Big Lucks, a literary journal published in Maryland. The small journal Beverly co-edits, 32 Poems, has placed a poem in the prestigious Best American Poetry anthology: “The Darker Sooner,” by Catherine Wing. This is the fourth time since 2005 that a poem...
Dr. Holaday Published in “Teaching Nursing”
Dr. Stephanie Holaday, Director of Nursing Programs and Assistant Professor of Nursing, has had two chapters published in Teaching Nursing: The Art and Science, In Caputi, L., Glen Ellen, IL: College of DuPage Press. The chapters are; “Curriculum Alignment of the Essential Educational Competencies in Nursing Education”, pgs. 424-440 and “Accelerated Nursing Programs and Second-Degree Students”, pgs. 459-482.
December 2009 Faculty Roundup
Dr. Robert Maguire, Assistant Professor of International Affairs has been invited to teach a seminar entitled “The Geopolitics of Oil”, at New York University’s Faculty Resource Network Seminar this summer. NYU’s program attracts junior faculty from universities and colleges throughout the US, who enroll in the week long intensive program seminars taught by faculty experts. Dr....
November 2009 Faculty Roundup
Dr. Deonne Minto, Assistant Professor of English, was the Chair for the panel Gastrocartographies, Discursive Dance, the Resistant Reader, and Global Reparations: Performance and the Deconstruction of Caribbean Identities from the Table to the Stage and Beyond, at the ‘Going Caribbean: An International Colloquium on Caribbean Literature and Art, sponsored by the University of Lisbon...