Jason Breves, associate professor of biology, Emily Popp ’20, Eva Rothenberg ’20, Clarence Rosenstein ’20, Katie Maffett ’20 and Rebecca Guertin ’20 co-authored an article, “Osmoregulatory actions of prolactin in the gastrointestinal tract of fishes,” in the journal General and Comparative Endocrinology.
Patrick Campbell, visiting assistant professor of political science, was interviewed about the Democratic National Convention by Hearst's Washington correspondent. His comments appeared in an article in the Times Union and in several other Northeast publications.
Jenny Day, associate professor of history, published a new book and a journal article. The book, “Letters from the Chinese Legation in London,” is a primary source compilation of bilingual diplomatic correspondence between Chinese diplomats and the British Foreign Office in the 19th century. The journal article, “Wanqing zhuying shiguan yu guojifa de yunyong,” explores how 19th-century Chinese diplomats interpreted sovereignty and used international law in their diplomatic negotiations.
David Howson, senior teaching professor and Arthur Zankel Executive Director of Arts Administration,
has been appointed for a third term as a panelist for the New York State Council on
the Arts. Each year, NYSCA awards over $42 million in state grant funds to more than
2,500 arts organizations and eligible projects statewide.
Corinne Moss-Racusin and Casey Schofield, associate professors of psychology, along with Sophie Brown ’20 and Kerry O’Brien ‘20, co-authored an article, "Breast Is (Viewed as) Best: Demonstrating Formula Feeding Stigma," in Psychology of Women Quarterly.
Cathy Silber, teaching professor of Chinese, was interviewed for an article, “Chine: Le Langage Secret Des Femmes” (“China: The Secret Language of Women”), in the French feminist magazine Causette.
A 2004 article co-authored by Mark Youndt, professor of management,“Human Resource Configurations,
Intellectual Capital, and Organizational Performance” in the Journal of Managerial Issues, recently received an award as the most cited article published in JMI from 2000 to 2009 and was republished in JMI's 30th anniversary celebration issue.
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