Christopher Mann, assistant professor of political science, shared his expertise about tactics to encourage voting in the article “Why Is Uber Begging Me to Vote? Brands have found a new way to insert themselves into democracy” in The Atlantic. He also offered an analysis of the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden in the Times Union article “Seven take-aways for New Yorkers from the presidential debate.”
June Paul, assistant professor of social work, published an article, “Exploring support for LGBTQ youth transitioning from foster care to emerging adulthood,” in Children and Youth Services Review.
Jeffrey Segrave, professor and chair of music, and John Cosgrove, resource management, outreach and humanities librarian, co-authored an article, “You’re a Star If You Can Louse Up 70% of the Time: Sport in Jeff MacNelly’s ‘Shoe,’” in the International Journal of Comic Art, 2020, Vol. 22(1): 439-459.
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