Faculty-Staff Achievements, February 13, 2017
Publications and Exhibitions
Catherine Golden, professor of English, published an essay titled "The Power of the Postal Service in Gilman's Turned: Exposing Adultery and Empowering Women to Find a Meaningful Place" in a collection titled Charlotte Perkins Gilman and a Woman's Place in America (2017, University of Alabama Press, Jill Bergman, ed.). In addition, she has published a review of George Du Maurier: Illustrator, Author, Critic Beyond Svengali, edited by Simon Cooke and Paul Goldman for the last issue of Victorians Institute Journal 43 (2015): 267–71.
In the News
Paul Arciero, professor of health and exercise sciences, was quoted in a Feb. 8 Men's Fitness article titled "Think you’re fit? Scientists just figured out how to become even fitter." Arciero discussed Skidmore-based research on a fitness program called PRISE, for "Protein-pacing, Resistance exercise, Interval sprints, Stretching, and Endurance exercise."
Meg Estapa, assistant professor of geosciences, was the topic of a Feb. 7 WTEN-TV story and video "Skidmore professor spends 27 days in ocean researching with NASA." Estapa is on a research cruise in the Pacific to study the way phytoplanktons affect ocean sequestration of carbon.
Nicholas Junkerman, assistant professor of English, was quoted in a Feb. 7 story in the Chronicle of Higher Education titled "In Courses on Dystopian Literature, Everybody Wants to Talk About Trump." Junkerman included Donald Trump's acceptance speech at the Republican national
convention in his "Utopia/Dystopia" course.
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