Faculty-Staff Achievements, December 5, 2016
Publications and Exhibitions
Christine Dawson, visiting assistant professor of education studies, is the author of The Teacher-Writer: Creating Writing Groups for Personal and Professional Growth (Teachers College Press, 2016). According to the publisher, the book "provides strategies to help teachers get started on projects, build energy for writing, overcome obstacles of limited time, create support systems using online technologies, and develop coherence across their writing lives."
Amy Frappier, associate professor of geosciences, co-authored a Nov. 23 paper published in the journal Scientific Reports titled "Persistent northward North Atlantic tropical cyclone track migration over the past five centuries." The report was covered, with quotes by Frappier, in a Le Monde article titled (translated from the French) "Hurricanes migrate north and threaten the East Coast of the United States."
Bernardo Rios, visiting assistant professor of anthropology, co-authored a Dec. 4 article in Newsweek titled "Mexicans Are Migrating, Just Not Necessarily to the U.S." The article was
also published on The Conversation website, the Albany, N.Y., Times Union., and MSN.com.
A new book by Jay Rogoff, lecturer in English, titled Enamel Eyes: A Fantasia of Paris, 1870 (LSU Press, 2016) is a collection of poems, not a historical novel.
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