Faculty-Staff Achievements, March 2, 2015
In the News
Abby Grace Drake, visiting assistant professor of biology, is the subject of a feature story about her research into canine evolution in the March 2 edition of The Saratogian.
President Philip A. Glotzbach is the author of a remembrance about the late Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, past president of the University of Notre Dame, that was published Feb. 28 in The Observer, Notre Dame’s student newspaper. Father Hesburgh died Feb. 26; Glotzbach is a 1972 Notre Dame graduate.
Holley Hodgins, professor of psychology, is featured in “A place of peace,” a March 1 Sunday Gazette story about Saratoga Springs locations where meditation is offered. She leads weekly Zen mediation groups on Tuesday evenings and Thursday mornings.
Bernie Possidente, professor of biology, is the author of a “Reader’s View” titled “School start times, sleep, and health, “ published Feb. 27 in The Saratogian. A member of the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms, Possidente has long researched circadian rhythms.
Mary Zeiss Stange, professor of women’s studies and religion and director, Religious Studies program, did an interview with RTL-TV in Germany about “Purity Balls.” The segment aired Feb. 7 on the network’s “Explosiv Weekend” program.
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