Jack P. Marshall, Emily Marinko, Amber To, Jilian L. Morejon, Ritika Joshi, Allen G. Gibbs, Matthew R. Meiselman (all Life Sciences) published a manuscript in Scientific Reports: Circadian regulation of locomotion, respiration, and arousability in adult deer ticks (Ixodes scapularis).
Louisa Messenger (Environmental and Occupational Health) co-published an article on "Invasive Anopheles stephensi in Africa: insights from Asia" in the journal Trends in Parasitology. Anopheles stephensi is a highly competent urban malaria vector species, endemic in South Asia and the Persian Gulf, which has colonised eight countries in sub-…
Katherine Walker (English) has published the entry "Astrology, with a Focus on England," in the Routledge Encyclopedia of the Renaissance World. The entry explores the social, literary, and intellectual foundations of early modern sidereal thought. 
Bradley Marianno and Megan Griffard (both Educational Psychology, Leadership, and Higher Education) received a $900,000 subaward from the Nevada Department of Education to work on a $3.5 million Institute of Education Sciences (IES) project to expand the collection and reporting of K-12 school budget and finance data in Nevada. 
Chelsea Heinbach (Libraries) gave a presentation titled, "Introducing LibParlor Online Learning: An Open-Source Curriculum for LIS Researchers," at the American Libraries Association annual conference. This presentation introduced the plan for an Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)-funded curriculum that will be launched in Fall 2024…
Professor Justin Iverson (Law) was elected vice president/president-elect for the WestPac regional chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) for 2024-2026.
Faculty members Hyelin (Lina) Kim and Zihui Ma (both Hospitality), along with graduate students Minji Kim and Sooyeon Lee, completed a study exploring the impact of influencer marketing on consumer behavior when it comes to purchasing organic food. Their article, "What Makes Consumers Purchase Social Media Influencers…
Ryan A. Wirt, Talha Soluoku, Ryan M. Ricci, and James M. Hyman (all Medicine and Psychology) published a study, "Temporal information in the anterior cingulate cortex relates to accumulated experiences," in the journal Current Biology. In this paper, they present analysis of neural recording data that shows that the brain tracks time by counting…
On July 18, Adrianna Munson (Sociology) presented a paper titled, "Assessing daily life: Standardization and discretion in home healthcare evaluations," at the joint meeting of the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST) and the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S). The paper is co-authored with Guillermina…

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