David Cohen, assistant professor of management and business, co-authored an article, “From automats to algorithms: The automation of services using artificial intelligence” in the Journal of Service Management.
Elizabeth Dubben, lecturer and entrepreneurial artist initiative coordinator of arts administration, and David Howson, senior teaching professor and Arthur Zankel executive director of arts administration, participated in a virtual Upstate Arts and Culture COVID-19 Panel to discuss the challenges that nonprofit arts and cultural organizations in the area face because of the coronavirus.
Jordana Dym, professor of history and director of the Latin American and Latinx Studies Program,
delivered an invited lecture, "The Democratization of Mapping and Map Reading in Guatemala:
The case of the Editorial Piedra Santa and its Geografías Visualizadas," at the Academia
de Geografía e Historia de Guatemala (Guatemala Academy of Geography and History).
For a post-talk reception, archival materials from geography books by founder Julio
Piedra Santa and educator and former Guatemalan President Juan José Arévalo were shared
from private collections.
Lisa Jackson-Schebetta, associate professor of theater, has written two book chapters coming out this spring and summer. The first, appearing in “The Methuen Drama Handbook of Interculturalism and Performance” (Methuen, May 2020), situates Mexican artist Pedro Reyes’ Palas por Pistolas as an enactment of interculturalidad. The second, in “Sporting Performances” (Routledge, August 2020), examines peacemaking and fútbol in contemporary Colombia through movement.
We welcome submissions from faculty and staff related to professional accomplishments and scholarly endeavors. Please send submissions to the Office of Communications and Marketing.