Dr. Steven Gable Chairs Panel and Presents Paper at 2016 SEASECS ConferenceApril 28, 2016
Dr. Steven Gable, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, presented a paper and chaired a panel at the 42nd Meeting of the Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies (SEASECS). The conference was held in Savannah, GA on February 25-27, 2016. Click to view program.
Additionally, Dr. Gable was elected to serve on the Percy Adams Prize Committee for SEASECS.
Presentation and Panel
Gable, S. (2016). Anachronism, Poetry, and Myth in Giambattista Vico’s New Science. Paper presented at the 42nd Meeting of the Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, Savannah, GA.
Gable, S. (2016). Reflections on Eighteenth Century Letters and Books. Panel at the 42nd Meeting of the Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, Savannah, GA.Read comments (0) Add Comment
Trinity Lab Manager Sevilay Turan Manuscript Accepted for Publication in Oncology JournalApril 25, 2016
Trinity Lab Manager Sevilay Turan, and her colleagues at the National Cancer Institute, co-authored a bladder cancer manuscript that was recently accepted for publication. The manuscript entitled, ” Molecular analysis of urothelial cancer cell lines for modeling tumor biology and drug response” will be published in the medical journal, Ongogene.
Ms. Turan is the Lab Manager and Chemical Hygiene Officer at Trinity and is a special volunteer cancer researcher at the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
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Dr. Sara Pula Appointed to Social Services Board of Directors of Anne Arundel CountyApril 21, 2016
Director of Clinical Training, Dr. Sara Pula, has been appointed to a three-year term on the Social Services Board of Directors of Anne Arundel County. The board advises and evaluates the Department of Social Services, reviews the annual reports, and recommends annual estimates of funds needed for social services and public assistance programs in the County.Read comments (0) Add Comment
Dr. Diana Watts Co-Authors Essay for Sustainability: Science, Practice & Policy JournalApril 18, 2016
Dr. Diana Watts, Associate Professor of Business Administration and chair, was a contributing author in the community essay titled, “Network priorities for social sustainability research and education: Memorandum of the Integrated Network on Social Sustainability Research Group (INSS). The INSS, of which Dr. Watts is a member, is a research-coordination network funded by the National Science Foundation. The network is devoted to the studies of social sustainability and development.
Watts, D., Hollander, R., Amekudzi-Kennedy, A., Bell, S., Benya, F., Davidson, C., Farkos, C., Fasenfast, D., Guyer, R., Hjarding, A., Lizotte, M., Quigley, D., Whitefoot, K. (2015). Network priorities for social sustainability research and education: Memorandum of the Integrated Network on Social Sustainability Research Group. Sustainability: Science, Practice & Policy, 11(2).Read comments (0) Add Comment
Dr. Elizabeth Child Invited to Review Proposals for the AAC&U/PKAL STEM ConferenceApril 14, 2016
Dr. Elizabeth Child, Associate Professor of English and Program Chair, has been invited to join a national panel of experts in the review of undergraduate STEM proposals at the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U). This project termed “Project Kaleidoscope” (PKAL) is a leading advocate in the United States for transforming undergraduate STEM teaching and learning. The conference titled, “2016 Transforming Undergraduate STEM Education: Implications for 21st Century Society ” will be held on November 3-5, 2016 in Boston, MA.
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