Christine Sneed, MFA, received the 21st Century Award for her first novel, Little Known Facts.
Chris Wilkes, Sociology, has published a new book, Social Jane: The Small, Secret Sociology of Jane Austen.
Dawn Salgado, Psychology, has been awarded one of only two Mamie Phipps Clark Research Grant Awards.
Adam Rafalovich, Sociology, is quoted in “The Not-So-Hidden Cause Behind the A.D.H.D. Epidemic” in the October New York Times Magazine.
Erin Jobst, Physical Therapy, presented a one-day continuing education course, Pharmacological Considerations for Geriatric Patients/Clients.
Jack Driscoll, MFA, read an except from his newest book, How Like an Angel: A Novel, at Union University, Jackson, Tenn.
David Cordes, Chemistry, displayed his art, Reflections on Organic Chemis
Amy Coplen, Dental Health, has been selected to present a poster, Comparison of Communication Styles Amongst an Interprofessional Student Cohort, at the American Dental Education’s 2014 Annual Session & Exhibitio.
Pat Caroline, Optometry, was a keynote speaker at the Contact Lens Specialist Symposium held in London in September.
Jules Boykoff, Politics and Government, wrote “Bidder Beware: to host the Olympics comes at considerable cost” in the Oct. 31 edition of The Guardian.