Faculty-Staff Achievements, July 17, 2017
Publications and Exhibitions
Catherine Golden, professor of English, had an opinion piece published in the Albany Times Union titled "Right where she belongs" about the wisdom of putting author Jane Austen on the new British 10-pound note.
In the News
Paul Arciero, professor of health and exercise sciences, was quoted in a July 7 article in Health titled "You Can Now Snort Chocolate, But Doctors Aren't Happy About It." Arciero raised concerns about a "heightened sympathetic nervous response" to using Coco Loko (a snortable cacao powder), nasal irritation, and the danger of people consuming the product in addition to other stimulants.
Ian Berry, Michael Janairo
Ian Berry, Tang Teaching Museum director, and Michael Janairo, the Tang's assistant director for engagement, appeared July 10 on WAMC's "Roundtable" program to talk about summer exhibits and events, including the fourth annual Frances Day community celebration. You can hear the program here.
Sylvia Stoner-Hawkins, artist-in-residence in music, was featured in a July 6 article on the Berkshire
Fine Arts website titled "Sylvia Stoner and Noah Palmer in Bennington." Stoner, a
soprano, with Palmer accompanying on piano, will perform a program titled "Wonder Women: Sounds of Superwomen from Myth and Music" on July 14 at the Bennington Center for the Arts in Bennington, Vt. The program
will include selections from composers including Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland,
Francis Poulenc, Erik Satie, Franz Schubert, and Hugo Wolf.
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