Faculty-Staff Achievements, May 9, 2016
Mary Zeiss Stange
Mary Zeiss Stange, professor of religion, attended the 63rd Annual General Assembly of the International
Council on Game and Wildlife Conservation (CIC), in Brussels, Belgium, in May 20-24.
She participated as an expert member of the US delegation, and as vice president of
the CIC Artemis Working Group, on women and sustainable hunting. In the latter role,
she gave a presentation titled "The Challenges Facing Hunter Education in the 21st
Publications and Exhibitions
Jeffrey O. Segrave
Jeffrey O. Segrave, professor of health and exercise sciences, published an article titled "The Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games: Current issues and problems" in the journal Pedagogical-Psychological and Medico-Biological Problems of Physical Culture and Sports. His co-authors were Isaac Carp '16 and Aldin Medunjanin '17.
In the News
A working paper co-authored by Marketa Wolfe, assistant professor of economics, titled "Price Drift before U.S. Macroeconomic News:
Private Information about Public Announcements," has been cited by CNN Money, the Wall Street Journal (story behind paywall), the Financial Times of London (story behind paywall), CNBC, MarketWatch, ZeroHedge, and Bloomberg.
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