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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Watts chairs panel at Northeast Business and Economic Association Meeting

- Assistant Professor of Business Administration Dr. Diana Watts chaired a panel discussion the “Theory, Practice and Conundrums of Evidence-based Research” at the Northeast Business and Economic Association meeting in Philadelphia on November 3, 2011.…
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Davis’s book “Foreign Policy Speeches of Obama” published by Cognella

- Assistant Professor of International Security Studies Dr. John Davis’s book Foreign Policy Speeches of Obama will be published in 2012 by Cognella Academic Press.…
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Haskins to present paper at the Mid Atlantic Conference on Problem Gambling

- Assistant Professor of Counseling Dr. Deborah Haskins will present her paper “Cultural Influences on Problem Gambling and Treatment” at the Mid-Atlantic Conference on Problem Gambling, which is titled “Increasing the Flow of Problem Gambling Services” and which will be held…
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Oyewole invited to speak at AAMC Annual Meeting

- Professor of Biology Dr. Saundra Oyewole has been invited to speak about her work with the 2015 Medical College Admissions Test advisory committee (MRS) at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado on November 5,…
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Tovares presents paper on the DREAM Act

- Associate Professor of Communication Dr. Raúl Tovares presented his paper “Communicating the Politics of Citizenship: Unauthorized Latino Youth and the DREAM Act” at the Maryland Communication Association Convention on Saturday, October 15, 2011 in Frostburg, Maryland. Professor Tovares’s presentation examines…
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