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Faculty-Staff Achievements, March 7, 2016

March 7, 2016

Publications and Exhibitions

Stephen Ives
Stephen Ives

Stephen Ives, assistant professor of health and exercise sciences, had an article titled "The Mechanoreflex and Hemodynamic Response to Passive Leg Movement in Heart Failure" published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, the journal of the American College of Sports Medicine.

Jay Rogoff
Jay Rogoff

Jay Rogoff, lecturer in English, has published his most recent dance article, "Summer Romances," in the Hopkins Review, Vol. 9, No. 1 (Winter 2016), a report on 2015 performances at the Jacob's Pillow Festival and Tanglewood. His previous dance piece for Hopkins, "Girls Who Dance Like That," in Vol. 8, No. 4 (Fall 2015), examines Alexei Ratmansky's reconstruction of The Sleeping Beauty for American Ballet Theatre and Christopher Wheeldon's Broadway production of An American in Paris. The Winter 2015–16 issue of Ballet Review, Vol. 43, No. 4, includes his interview with Peter Martins, New York City Ballet's ballet master in chief, and his reviews of NYCB's Saratoga season and Opera Saratoga's production of Dido and Aeneas, directed and choreographed by Karole Armitage.


Patty Bosen, director of Health Services, participated in a March 3 panel discussion titled “Use Your Head: Be Smart About Concussions,” hosted by Ellis Medicine. Approximately 120 people attended the event at the Hilton Garden Inn in Clifton Park, which featured local medical directors, neurologists, athletic trainers, and physical therapists.

In the News

Daniel Nathan, professor of American studies, was featured in the article "2016’s March Madness by the Numbers" on the Wallet Hub blog.

Minita Sanghvi
Minita Sanghvi

Minita Sanghvi, assistant professor, Department of Management and Business, is the author of an opinion essay titled “Clinton needs to create a brand that people can relate to,” published March 2 in the Albany Times Union, as a TU+ feature, which is paywall-protected.

Julia Routbort, associate dean of students, was a source for an NBC News feature titled “Ready for College? Why Some Students Are More Prepared Than Others” that aired March 4.

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