Faculty-Staff Achievements, Feb. 24, 2014
Robert Mahoney, professor emeritus, biology, is president of the Friends of Dennis (Massachusetts) Senior Citizens, where he is currently spearheading an effort to make modern, technological tracking and detecting equipment available to Alzheimer's patients and current responders.
In the News
Catherine Golden, professor of English, was a source for “Sex, lies, and ornithology: Audubon legacy outshines scandal,” a "Museum Files" feature published Feb. 23 in The Post-Star.
Mary Zeiss Stange, professor of women’s studies and religion, was featured, along with her husband Doug and their Crazy Woman Bison Ranch in Montana, in an interview in the March 2014 issue of the Slovak journal Naše poľovníctvo, “Our Hunting”—the equivalent of outdoor journals like Field & Stream. The article was titled “Hunting and Women,” and took the form of an interview on Stange’s work on women’s hunting, as well as her participation as a member of the organizing committee of Artemis, a recently formed international working group on women and hunting, under the auspices of the International Council on Game and Wildlife Conservation.