Bob Butler, Professor Emeritus of Environmental Studies, co-authored a publication in Science Advances titled: “Co-occurrence of Acheulian and Oldowan artifacts with Homo erectus cranial fossils from Gona, Afar, Ethiopia” Citation: S. Semaw, M. J. Rogers, S. W. Simpson, N. E. Levin, J. Quade, N. Dunbar, W. C. McIntosh, I. Cáceres, G. E. Stinchcomb, R. L. Holloway, F. H. Brown, R. F. Butler, D. Stout, M. Everett, Co-occurrence of Acheulian and Oldowan artifacts with Homo erectus cranial fossils from Gona, Afar, Ethiopia. Sci. Adv. 6, eaaw4694 (2020).
Maureen Briare, Campus Ministry, had her compositions, ‘The Road of Mercy’ (dedicated to the amazing Karen Eifler, Garaventa Center), and “Jubilate Deo Canon” published through Oregon Catholic Press, and forthcoming will be a set of Easter Season Entrance Antiphons. A composition that will be sung as the closing song to this year’s Baccalaureate Mass, “To the Ends of the Earth” (dedicated to Kathleen and the late Allen Lund) will be published later this year by GIA Publications.
Brian Adams, business, was interviewed by WalletHub for a piece titled “Ask The Experts: Safely Navigating the Application Process” published on March 11, 2020. See the article at this link.
Katie Danielson, education, had her paper, “Practicing Justice, Justifying Practice: Toward Critical Practice Teacher Education” (with Sarah Kavanaugh) in American Educational Research Journal, 57 (1), Feb. 2020, 69–105. https://doi.org/10.3102/0002831219848691
Randy Hetherington, Hillary Merk, Jacqueline Waggoner, James Carroll, and Bruce Weitzel, in the School of Education, presented two papers at the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education (AILACTE) in Atlanta, GA, February 27-28, 2020. The first paper was “Teacher Candidate Clinical Evaluations: Making the Case for Teacher Education Program Improvement.” The second paper was titled “Implementing Trauma Informed Practices at a Liberal Arts Institution.”
Stephanie Salomone, mathematics, was an organizer and speaker at the Trinity Academy Faculty Seminar on Active Learning, March 2020. She serves as an NSF ASCEND Faculty Fellow, NSF ADVANCE Partnership ASCEND Program (Advancing STEM Careers by Empowering Network Development, NS, as of February 2020.
Courtney Campbell, Shepard Academic Resource Center, presented a facilitated discussion “Stop Breaking Ice and Start Building Community” with students Sawyer Kemmerly (Physics ’20) and Georgia Paulk (Biology ’21) at the 39th National Conference on the First-Year Experience in Washington, D.C. on February 23, 2020.