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Monthly Archives: December 2010

Watts to present paper at SAM International Business Conference

- Assistant Professor of Business Administration Dr. Diana Watts will present her paper “It’s Not the Curriculum, It’s the Paradigm” at the Society for Advancement of Management (SAM) International Business Conference in Orlando, Florida on March 31-April 3, 2011.…
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DeBoy research published in Magnetic Resonance in Medicine

- Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Cynthia DeBoy’s co-authored paper “Q-Space and Conventional Diffusion Imaging of Axon and Myelin Damage in the Rat Spinal Cord After Axotomy” was published in the April 2010 edition of Magnetic Resonance in
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DeBoy research published in Experimental and Molecular Pathology

- Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Cynthia DeBoy’s paper “FTL-3 Expression and Function on Microglia in Multiple Sclerosis” written in collaboration with Dr. Peter Calabresi, Johns Hopkins University, was published in the May 2010 edition of Experimental and
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Maguire paper on Haiti published by US Institute for Peace

- Associate Professor of International Affairs Dr. Robert Maguire’s paper “Transending the Past to Build Haiti’s Future” was published by the US Institute for Peace in the December 6, 2010 issue of PeaceBrief.  …
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Beverly presents paper at Modern Language Association National Conference

- Dr. Bill Beverly, Assistant Professor of English, has been invited to present a paper and serve on a panel at the Modern Language Association’s national conference in Los Angeles in January 2011.  Dr. Beverly will present his work “I
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