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Johnson article published in America magazine

Sr. Mary Johnson, S.N.D., Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies and Sociology, has had an article titled “Reality Check: A Fact-Based Assessment of Vocations to Religious Life” that she co-authored with Sr. Patricia Wittberg, S.C., published in the October 15 edition of America, the national Catholic weekly magazine.  It is available online at this link.

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Stocker paper accepted for publication in the Journal of Cold War Studies

Dr. James Stocker, Assistant Professor of International Affairs, has had a paper titled “Accepting Regional Zero: Nuclear Free Zones, U.S. Non-Proliferation Policy and Global Security in the Cold War (1957-1968)” accepted for publication in the Journal of Cold War Studies. The article traces the evolution of U.S. policy towards plans for regional nuclear free zones...

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Moitra to present at the 9th Annual North American ABC Meeting

Dr. Karobi Moitra, Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology, will present a paper titled “Next Generation Sequencing Reveals Novel Mutations in PXE Patients” at the 9th Annual North American ABC Meeting, held this year at at Frederick National Laboratory (FNL) in Frederick, M.D., on September 27, 2012.  A number of her former students will also present...

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Viamonte and Calderone are now members of the DCBOE

Dr. Gail Viamonte, Associate Dean of the School of Education, and Dr. Cynthia Calderone, Assistant Professor of Education, this summer participated in the training required for membership in the District of Columbia Board of Examiners.  They will join other Trinity education faculty in participating at least one accreditation visit per year for the next three...

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Johnson recognized as an NCTE/NCATE reviewer of programs

Associate Dean of the School of Education Lynn Johnson was recently recognized as a reviewer of programs in English education and licensing for the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). NCTE is a professional association of educators in English studies, literacy, and language arts; NCATE is the...

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Calderone and Steen presented at the Virginia chapter of the National Association for the Education of Young Children

Dr. Cynthia Calderone, Assistant Professor of Education, and Dr. Bweikia Steen, Assistant Professor of Education, presented a paper titled “Language Acquisition in Early Childhood” at the the Virginia chapter of the National Association for the Education of Young Children conference in spring of 2012.

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Child to present at East-Central American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Meeting

Dr. Elizabeth Child, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Associate Professor of English, will present a paper titled “Elizabeth Montagu’s Letters from the North: Marriage, Power, and Coal” on November 3 at the East-Central American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD.

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Easby named Contributing Editor for Smarthistory.org

Dr. Rebecca Jeffrey Easby, Associate Professor of Art History, has been named the Contributing Editor for 19th Century Art for Smarthistory.org, a multimedia web book about art and art history.

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Easby presented at the National Gallery of Art’s Teacher Institute 2012

Dr. Rebecca Jeffrey Easby, Associate Professor of Art History, presented a lecture titled “What is Impressionism?” this July as the kick-off talk for the National Gallery of Art’s Teacher Institute 2012 on French Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.

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Nyamekye publishes article in Teachers College Record

Dr. Farhaana Nyamekye, Math Specialist, co-published an article titled “Teaching with Speeches: A Black Teacher Who Uses the Mathematics Classroom to Prepare Students for Life” in Teachers College Record.  An overview of the article can be accessed here. The full citation information is here: Johnson, W., Nyamekye, F., Chazan, D., & Rosenthal, B. (2013). Teaching with...

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