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Faculty-Staff Achievements, April 8, 2012

April 8, 2012

Faculty-Staff Achievements, April 8, 2012

Activities

Jay Rogoff, lecturer in English, read from his poetry April 3 at Keuka College. On April 4, he read at Syracuse University and fielded questions about his most recent book, The Art of Gravity, from 200 undergraduates in the SU English Department's "Living Writers" course.

Publications

Elzbieta Lepkowska-White, associate professor of marketing and director of the International Affairs Program, is co-author(with Amy Parsons and Joanna Bialkowska) of "Attitudes toward Smoking among College Students in Poland and the USA" published in International Journal of Behavioral and Healthcare Research, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2012.

Riley Neugebauer, sustainability coordinator, is the author of a "Connecting the Dots?" column published April 3 in the AASHE Bulletin, a publication of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. 

Jay Rogoff, lecturer in English, has published his most recent dance review-essay, "Alexei Ratmansky's Comic Truth," about American Ballet Theatre's production of Ratmansky's The Bright Stream, in The Hopkins Review, Vol. 5, No. 1 (Winter 2012). His new sonnet, "Dyeing," appears on line in Stone Canoe, No. 6 .In addition, he has a poem titled "Research Assistant" in Salmagundi, No. 172-173 (Fall 2011-Winter 2012).

Linda Simon, professor of English, is the author of an essay titled "How Pink Slime's Gruesome Predecessors Scared Congress" published April 3 on Bloomberg.com.

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