January 4, 2022
Katie Walker (English) published the book Shakespeare and Science: A Dictionary with the Arden Shakespeare Dictionary Series. The book traces early modern science and Shakespeare's engagement with the natural philosophy of his time. 
January 4, 2022
Charlotta E. Sanders (Mechanical Engineering) and co-author Mark Sanders have published their manuscript “A world's dilemma ‘upon which the sun never sets’:  The nuclear waste management strategy (part IV): Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, and United Arab Emirates” in the journal Progress in Nuclear Energy. The article is the fourth and final…
January 3, 2022
Francisco Sy and Christopher Johansen (both Public Health) presented at the Community-Based Participatory Research (CBRP) Institute: "Obtaining CBPR Funding."  The CBPR Institute was sponsored by the School of Public Health, Nevada Minority Health & Equity Coalition, and the UNR Latino Research Center.
January 3, 2022
Miguel G. Gonzales and Maria B. Roberts (both Educational Psychology and Higher Education Leadership) had their article "Leading Multiple School: An Examination of Franchise Model School Principals" published in the International Journal of Leadership in Education: Theory and Practice. This exploratory study sought to examine the characteristics…
January 3, 2022
Satish C. Bhatnagar (Math), in 2021 published two interdisciplinary books that have been in the making for the last eight to 10 years.Vectors in History (Volume II) is an outgrowth of humanistic approach in the teaching of two history of mathematics courses (Math 314 & Math 714). It is a sequel to Volume I published in 2012. Epsilons and…
January 3, 2022
Rajiv Kishore (Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology) had a paper, "E-Business Systems & Firm Performance: An Exploration-Exploitation Perspective and the Moderating Role of Executive Attention," accepted for publication by Production and Operations Management, which is a premier business journal listed in prestigious Financial Times 50…
January 3, 2022
Dr. Christina Demopoulos (Dental) accepted an invitation to discuss the findings of “HPV Vaccine Trends and Role of the Dental Provider in HPV Vaccination: Gaps and Opportunities for Cancer Prevention” during a webinar hosted by the Texas Oral Health Coalition. The webinar shared findings from the national Oral Health Equity survey, conducted by…
January 3, 2022
Renato "Rainier" M. Liboro (Psychology), along with academic colleagues and community partners from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, recently published their article, "Community-Level Resources Bolstering Resilience to HIV/AIDS: Perspectives of Middle-Aged and Older Men Who Have Sex with Men Living with HIV/AIDS," in the Global Journal of Community…
January 3, 2022
Johan Bester (Medicine) is the author of a book, The Limits of Parental Authority: Childhood Wellbeing as a Social Good , which was published last month by Routledge. This book offers a novel theory of childhood well-being as a social good, and explores the moral foundations and limits of parental authority within a free society, as well as its…

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