Research conducted by Paul J. Arciero, professor of health and human physiological sciences, was featured in The Washington Post article “Is it better to work out in the morning or at night?
Kelly Melekis, associate professor of social work, received a seed grant from the New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium to develop a new cross-institutional community-based research course on end-of-life care in collaboration with Carol Weisse, Ronald M. Obenzinger Professor of Psychology and Director of Health Professions at Union College, and Leah Rohlfsen, Chair of Sociology from St. Lawrence University.
T.H. Reynolds, professor and chair of the Health and Human Physiological Sciences Department, and Stephen Ives, associate professor and associate chair, recently published an article “Life without Proteinase Activated Receptor 2 (PAR2) Alters Body Composition and Glucose Tolerance in Mice” in the journal Nutrients.
Sarah Sweeney, associate professor of art, was selected to be a 2022 CultureHub Resident Artist. She will be presenting her new project A Coversation with My Deepfake Dad at CultureHub in New York.
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