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Volume 59, Number 7    September 26, 2011         

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Africana Studies
Associate Professor of Africana Studies Shawn Ginwright's article, "Hope, Healing and Care: Pushing the Boundaries of Civic Engagement for African American Youth," was published in the spring 2011 issue of Liberal Education magazine (vol. 97, no. 2).

Health Education
Professor of Health Education Erik Peper co-authored the presentation, "The Frontal Alpha Asymmetry During Luteal Phase and Follicle Phase in Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder," at the 2011 meeting of the International Society for Neural Feedback and Research in Phoenix, Sept. 14-18.

Labor Studies
Associate Professor and Director of Labor Studies John Logan spoke on "International Labor Standards in the Service Sector in the United States" at the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment annual meeting in Paris, Sept. 16. 

Professor of Music Dee Spencer was honored by the local chapter of the National Conference of Negro Women as "Educator of the Year" on Sept. 17.

Political Science
Associate Professor of Political Science Aaron Belkin's behind-the-scenes account of the strategies used to overturn the ban on gays and lesbians in the military, How We Won: Progressive Lessons From The Repeal Of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell', was published as an e-book.

Theatre Arts
Professor of Theatre Arts Jo Tomalin presented a workshop, "Voice and Movement for Actors," in May at the Mime Centrum, Berlin. In July, she presented the workshop, "The Art of Teaching: Theatre Techniques for the Classroom," at University College, London.


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