Faculty-Staff Achievements, Feb. 8, 2016
Publications and Exhibitions
Stoneware Form, 2015, 18 in., by Regis Brodie
Regis Brodie, professor emeritus of art, will have a new exhibition of his work at SUNY-Adirondack's Wilton campus. The exhibition opens Thursday, Feb. 11, with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. at Dearlove Hall.
Benjamin Givan, associate professor of music, is co-author (with Vincenzo Caporaletti) of The Reinhardt-South-Grappelli Recordings of J.S. Bach's Double Violin Concerto. A Critical Edition, just published in Italy by Libreria Musicale Italiana.
Andrew Schneller, visiting assistant professor of environmental studies, and Casey Schofield, assistant professor of psychology, along with several student coauthors, published a manuscript titled "A Case Study of Indoor Garden-Based Learning with Hydroponics and Aquaponics: Evaluating Pro-Environmental Knowledge, Perception, and Behavior Change" in Applied Environmental Education & Communication.
In the News
David Karp, professor of sociology, was cited and extensively quoted in an article on restorative justice in the journal CQ Researcher.
Thomas P. (Pat) Oles, associate professor and chair of the Department of Social Work, is the author of a letter titled "Column is mistaken, destructive," published Feb. 7 in the Saratogian in response to a recent editorial on the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Paula Tancredi-Penman, lecturer in business, was interviewed Feb. 5 by WNYT, Channel 13, for a segment about Super Bowl brand management.