Minita Sanghvi, assistant professor in the management and business department, published “Gender and Political Marketing in the United States and the 2016 Presidential Election: An Analysis of Why She Lost” (Palgrave-MacMillian, 2018). Her book examines the loss of Hillary Clinton using a political marketing and gender perspective. Sanghvi considers the unique challenges women in U.S. politics face and the impact of race, age, weight, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.
Sanghvi will talk about her book Friday, Sept. 28, at 7 p.m. at Northshire Bookstore in Saratoga Springs.
Joan Ann Swanson, assistant professor and associate department chair of education studies, published "Assessing the Effectiveness of the Use of Mobile Technology in a Collegiate Course: A Case Study in M-learning" in the journal Technology, Knowledge and Learning.
Deb Hall, associate professor of art, will be exhibiting “Then & Now” at Saratoga Arts Center, from Sept. 22 to Nov. 3. The multidisciplinary exhibition celebrates the past and present works of artists who have received Individual Artist Grants through the Saratoga Arts’ Community Arts Grant Program.