Category School of Arts and Sciences

Professor Jonathan Rosen Has Books Published

Jonathan Rosen PhD, an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, is working on several research projects. He has two books that will be released in Spring 2018. The first co-authored book is with Dr. Hanna Kassab and is titled Illicit Markets, Organized Crime and Global Security. It will be published by Palgrave Macmillan. The second book […]

Lecturer Warren Hope Edits Anthology to be Published

Warren Hope, PhD, an adjunct instructor in English, has edited and introduced an anthology entitled A Movement of Minds: Nine American Poets of the Late Nineteenth Century that has been accepted for publication by Greenwich Exchange of London, England.

Professor Pamela Flynn Exhibits at Eureka Gallery

Pamela Flynn MFA, Professor of Art, is exhibiting a body of work titled Out of Context at the Eureka Gallery at the Art Center East, Vernon, CT. The work is a grouping of mixed media works that are removed from their original contents; the pieces are not supported by artistic statements that set the tone. […]

Professor Mary Carroll Johansen Has Article Published in Journal

Mary Carroll Johansen, PhD, Professor of History, has an article published in the New Jersey Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017).  The article, “’A Girl of Business’: Calicia Allaire at the Howell Iron Works” focuses on the prevailing trends of the antebellum era that separated home and office and thereby placed most women firmly outside […]

Professor Pamela Flynn Exhibits Works of Clay

Pamela Flynn, Professor of Art, will be exhibiting No Pretense, an installation of wall hanging buds, at the Phoenix Gallery, NYC ( No Pretense is a grouping of oil on clay buds that are studies of nature/form and one’s tactile/visual response to forms in nature. The exhibit will run from March 29 – April 22, […]

Professor Jennifer DeCicco Contributed to Replication Project

Jennifer DeCicco, Ph.D., from the School of Arts and Sciences, and colleagues at Lafayette College contributed to a replication project which examined the well-known facial feedback hypothesis. The replication project (and others) is supported by the Association for Psychological science in an effort to replicate seminal work in psychology. Nearly 17 different laboratories across the […]

Professor Stacy McDonald, Professor Kimberly Dasch-Yee, and Professor Jenai Grigg Raise Awareness to Involuntary Pregnancy Loss

Stacy McDonald, Ph.D., Kimberly Dasch-Yee, Ph.D., and Jenai Grigg, Ph.D. from the School of Arts and Sciences, are working on a project regarding Involuntary Pregnancy Loss. They have created a blog entitled the IPL Collaborative. It is a safe place for discussing and learning about miscarriage and other involuntary pregnancy loss. Their hope is that […]