Ramamurti research published by NIST
Associate Professor of Mathematics Dr. Sita Ramamurti’s research paper “Bicubic B-Spline Surface Approximation of Invariant Tori” was published by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology).
Tovares presents paper at the Fourth Symposium on Politics and Language
Dr. Raul Tovares, Associate Professor of Communication, presented a paper at the Fourth Symposium on Politics and Language in Merida, Mexico. The paper focuses on Ignacio Lozano and his role in the creation of a global identity in the Mexican American community through the pages of the Spanish-language newspaper La Opinion, which he published in...
Carpenter wins Emmy Award
Perita Carpenter, Adjunct Faculty Member, School of Professional Studies received an Emmy Award for her work on the ABC News Special Events coverage of the Inauguration of Barack Obama at the 31st Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards.
Maguire presentation at Annual Policy Forum of the Inter-American Dialogue
Dr. Robert Maguire gave a featured presentation on Haiti (along with Haiti’s Prime Minister, Jean-Max Bellerive) at the annual policy forum of the Inter-American Dialogue, in Washington DC, on Sunday, Sept. 12, 2010.
Maguire presents at Annual Meeting of the Haitian Studies Association
Dr. Robert Maguire will present a paper on the Obama Administration’s efforts to reform foreign aid to Haiti on November 12, 2010 at the Annual Meeting of the Haitian Studies Association at Brown U. in Providence RI.
Navarro to present at IVth International Congress
Dr. Consuello Navarro will present her paper “El pergamino de la seduccion y el bildungsroman femenino en Gioconda Belliat” at the IV International Congress “Writing, Individual and Society in Spain, the Americas and Puerto Rico”, held in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, November 18 -20, 2010.
Achieving University Mission through Curricular Reform, Course Design and Active Pedagogical Methods: The Economics Program at Trinity
Dr. Cristina Parsons and Dr. Dennis Farley presented their paper “Achieving University Mission through Curricular Reform, Course Design, and Active Pedagogical Methods: The Economics Program at Trinity” at the Sixth Annual Economics Teaching Conference, October 21-22 in Memphis, TN.
Dr. Baugh’s Panel Presentation on Reframing Immigration Research
Dr. Stacey Baugh’s panel presentation on the topic: “Reframing Immigration Research: Promoting Community-Research Partnerships to Bring Community Voices to the Forefront of Service and Policy” was accepted by the Baltimore Immigration Summit. The panel presentation will be held Friday, Nov. 19 at the 2010 Baltimore Immigration Summit. Towson University’s Baltimore Immigration Summit is a one-day event which...
Raul Tovares, Associate Professor Interviews on Earthbeat (WPFW Radio)
Associate Professor of Communication Dr. Raul Tovares, appeared on the radio program, “Earthbeat” on September 14, 2010. Professor Tovares was interviewed on the media frames of Latino immigrants and the relationship of this framing to the anti-immigrant wing of the environmental movement. “Earthbeat” is a nationally syndicated radio program that addresses climate and clean energy issues.
Dr. Elizabeth Child, Dr. Carlota Ocampo and Dr. Angela Lanier’s presentation accepted – AAC&U Network for Academic Renewal Conference 2011
Dr. Elizabeth Child, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Carlota Ocampo, Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Dr. Angela Lanier’s presentation entitled: “Meeting the Needs of High-Risk Students through General Education Reform: The Decanal Role” was accepted for presentation at the American Association of Colleges and Universities Network for Academic Renewal...