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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Dr. Cynthia Greer Nominated for 2017 Pushcart Prize

- Associate Professor Cynthia Greer essay, "Runaway", has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. The essay was published in the Little Patuxent Review and the editors agreed that "Runaway" was a, "stand out piece of creative nonfiction" published in the 2017 winter edition.

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Dr. Beth Kara Dawkins Co-Authors Published Article on Tales2Go

- Assistant Professor Beth Kara Dawkins, co-authored an article, titled, "Advantages of Audiobook in Urban Neighborhoods". The article addresses the use of audiobooks to improve literacy achievement in urban neighborhoods. The article was published on the Tales2Go website on November 28, 2017.

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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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Dr. Daryl Thorne Authors Chapter in “Explorations in Diversity”

- Daryl Thorne, Assistant Professor of Human Relations, recently published a chapter in the third edition of "Explorations of Diversity: Examining the Complexities of Privilege, Discrimination, and Oppression. Set to release by Oxford University Press in January 2018, this text explores personal, honest and complex experiences with social injustice.

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