Simon Aihiokhai, theology, wrote “Priestly Formation and Sexual Abuse in The Roman Catholic Church: In Dialogue with The Nigerian Church” in The Journal of The Black Catholic Theological Symposium, vol. XII (2019) pp. 105-126. He also wrote a book review of Jezebel Unhinged. Loosing The Black Female Body in Religion and Culture by Tamura Lomax, Durham/London: Duke University Press, 2018 in The Journal of The Black Catholic Theological Symposium, vol. XII (2019) : pp. 173-174.
Cara Hersh, English, had an article published entitled “Spitting Images: Embodying Theories of Disgust in The Prioress’s Tale” in Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching 26.2 (Fall 2019), pp. 9-16.
Martin Cenek, Shiley School of Engineering, presented “Open-Source IoT Framework for Mobile Household Water Reuse System” (with Aaron Dotson and student co-presenter Gregory Michaelson) at the IEEE Global Humanitarian technology Conference (GHTC2019), October 17-20, 2019. Seattle, WA.
Giannina Reyes-Giardiello, international languages and cultures, presented “Lo inservible de delimitar: enfermedad y periferia en Distancia de rescate de Samanta Schweblin” (“It is useless to contain: disease and periphery in Fever Dream by Samanta Schweblin”) at Argentina Transatlántica, Universidad del Salvador/Brown University. Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 16, 2019.
Aziz Inan, Shiley School of Engineering, had his article, “Bob Newhart’s birthday, by the numbers” published in OakPark.com.
Geneviève Brassard, English, along with colleagues Jay Dickson from Reed College and Paula Derdiger from U of Minnesota-Duluth, organized and led a peer-selected seminar titled “Public/Private Aftermaths” at this year’s Modernist Studies Association conference, held in Toronto, Canada, October 17-20.
Christine Weilhoefer, biology and environmental studies, presented a seminar entitled “The response of benthic microalgae to excess nutrients in aquatic environments” at the Center for Ecological Research at Kyoto University. She is currently a visiting researcher at the Center for Ecological Research at Kyoto University.
Eric Anctil, education, presented “Intentionally Human: The Race to Save Humanity in a TechnoHuman World” as the closing keynote at the National Association of State Judicial Educators 2019 Annual Conference in Denver, Colorado, on October 21, 2019. Anctil acknowledges the hyperbolically dramatic title, but offers no apology.