Dr. Bill Beverly Awarded CWA’s Gold Dagger AwardOctober 13, 2016
Dr. Bill Beverly, Associate Professor of English, was awarded Britain’s Crime Writer’s Association’s Gold Dagger Award, for best crime novel of the year- for his book, Dodgers. Dr. Beverly was also awarded CWA’s John Creasey New Blood Dagger for best debut crime novel.
As quoted by the Los Angeles Magazine, “Dodgers is a gripping coming of age tale that evokes Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye. It’s Bill Beverly’s debut novel—his previous nonfiction book delved into the stories of criminal fugitives—and his potent, direct prose will lure you in from the first page”.
We congratulate Dr. Beverly for this top honor and recognition.
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Sr. Mary Johnson Presents at Boston College’s National Summit on Catholic School and Hispanic FamiliesSeptember 22, 2016
Sr. Mary Johnson, Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies, was invited to present her research on international sisters at Boston College’s National Summit on Catholic Schools and Hispanic Families on September 19-21, 2016. Click here to learn more about the summit.Read comments (0) Add Comment
Dr. Carlota Ocampo and Dr. Stacey Baugh Co-Author Article in the Journal of Patient-Centered Research and ReviewsSeptember 14, 2016
Dr. Carlota Ocampo, Provost and Associate Professor of Psychology, and Dr. Stacey Baugh, Associate Professor of Psychology, published an article entitled “Mobile Health Technology and Promoting Health Equity for Low-Income Patients” in the Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews, 3 (3), 2016. They shared authorship with research partner Dr. Sharon Laing at the University Of Washington-Tacoma (first author) and Ms. Cindy Mendez, a recent Trinity graduate who participated in this project as her undergraduate research experience; Ms. Mendez received second authorship on this project as a result of her efforts. The publication is the product of an on-going bi-coastal study of mobile health technologies and perceptions of care among community health clients.
The authors also presented these results at the Healthcare Systems Research Network Conference: “Advancing Population Health: New Models and the Role of Research” in Atlanta, Georgia, on April 14-16.Read comments (0) Add Comment
Dr. Diana Watts Poster and Panel Presentation Accepted at 2016 AEES ConferenceJune 1, 2016
Dr. Diana Watts, Associate Professor of Business Administration and program chair, will participate in a panel presentation for the Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences Conference (AEES) at American University on, June 8-11, 2016. The panel titled, “Business and Sustainability: Advancing Environmental Action through Collaborative Business Partnerships”, will address varied corporate sustainability practices and social responsibility between business, NGOs and governments. Dr. Watts will open the panel with, “an overview of emerging frameworks to assess operations and supply chains, such as productionist and ecological integrated paradigms with a focus on a changing understanding of CSR.”
Additionally, Dr. Watts will present a poster presentation at the AESS Conference titled, “Sustainability and Governance”. The poster will demonstrate teaching sustainability from a holistic perspective and the use of business, government, society stakeholder diagrams to facilitate classroom discussions around the role of business, rights of citizens, and responsibilities of governments.
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Dr. James Stocker’s Article Accepted for Publication in the International History ReviewMay 29, 2016
Dr. James Stocker, Assistant Professor of International Affairs, has an article accepted for publication entitled, “A Historical Inevitability?: Kissinger and US Contacts with the Palestinians (1973-76)” in the International History Review.Read comments (0) Add Comment