Faculty-Staff Achievements for March 3, 2013
Steve Stern, professor of English, was featured novelist at the fourth annual reading, book sale, and reception sponsored by the Community of Jewish Writers March 3 at the Congregation Agudat Achim in Schenectady.
Jordana Dym, associate professor of history, has co-edited with Mexican historians Erika Pani and Alfredo Avila a book on declarations of independence in the Americas from Philadelphia in 1776 to Haiti in 1804 to Chuqisaca (Bolivia) in 1825. Declaraciones de independencia: Los textos fundamentales de las independencias americanas (Mexico City: Colegio de México/UNAM, 2013) emerged from a 2010 symposium on the topic held at the Colegio de Mexico.
Denise Smith, professor of Health and Exercise Sciences, is coauthor (with Sharon A. Plowman) of the fourth edition of a textbook titled Exercise Physiology: For Health, Fitness, and Performance, published by Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
In the News
Catherine J. Golden, professor of English, is the author of “Put a stamp on the Postal Service’s future,” an opinion essay published Feb. 25 in the Albany Times Union.
Timothy Harper, associate professor and chair, Department of Management and Business, was a source for “Innovation is crucial to business success” published Feb. 17 in The Sunday Gazette.
Ron Seyb, Joseph C. Palamountain Jr. Professor of Government, was a source for “State braces for deep funding cuts — Comptroller report outlines sequestration impact” published Feb. 24 in The Sunday Gazette.
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