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Assistant Professor Wendy Bilen’s Workshop Accepted at the Festival of Faith and Writing

- Assistant Professor Wendy Bilen's workshop, "The Clever Researcher: Finding and Integrating Source Material without Looking or Sounding like an Academic" has been accepted by the Festival of Faith and Writing. The event is scheduled for April 12-14, 2018, at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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Dr. Bill Beverly Joins Politics & Prose Bookstore’s Tribute to Denis Johnson

- Associate professor of English Bill Beverly joined Maud Casey and Amber Sparks in Politics & Prose Bookstore’s Tribute to Denis Johnson panel program on January 20. Johnson, who died in May 2017, was the author of books including Jesus’ Son and the National Book Award-winning Tree of Smoke; his posthumous story collection The Largesse of the Sea Maiden was published in January.
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Dr. E. Wairimu Mwangi Co-Authors Published Article in the Journal of Progressive Human Services

- Dr. E. Wairimu Mwangi, assistant professor of sociology in the College of Arts and Sciences, co-authored an article titled, "Intersectionality and Black Women’s Health: Making Room for Rurality" and was accepted for publication in the Journal of Progressive Human Services.

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Assistant Professor Vernon Scott Appointed Commissioner on the Montgomery County Commission on Juvenile Justice

- Vernon Scott, an assistant professor of criminal justice in the College of Arts and Sciences, was confirmed and appointed by the County Executive and County Council to serve as a commissioner on the Montgomery County Commission on Juvenile Justice.

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Rebecca Easby Featured Host in College of Arts Association Podcast

- Rebecca Easby, program chair of Fine Arts and Associate Professor of Art History at Trinity Washington University, and Colleen Denney, Professor of Art History/Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Wyoming, discuss teaching art history in an interdisciplinary context in the new weekly CAA Conversations Podcast.

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