September 8, 2022
Tara McManus (Communication Studies) co-authored the paper, "PRISM and Emotions: Understanding the Role of Fear and Hope toward Vaccine Information Seeking Intentions," published in Health Communication with lead author Julie Volkman of Bryant University, and fellow co-authors Ashleigh Day of Northern Arizona University and Kristen Hokeness and…
September 8, 2022
Christopher Perkins (English) translated Mexican poet Andrés Cisneros' Llegada del Malnacido / Undesirable Arrival, published by artepoética press. Francesca Gargallo Celentani provides this description of the book: “The poet who takes center stage in the verses of Undesirable Arrival does not sing a rarefied aesthetic, but instead he conjures…
September 7, 2022
Zachary Billot (Political Science) was appointed to the Juvenile Justice Services Advisory Committee by the Clark County Commission. This committee is responsible for overseeing unique policy solution creation and presentation for unique problems that affect the population of justice impacted youth throughout the state. The term lasts for three…
September 7, 2022
Visiting assistant professor Roberto Lovato (English) is among the writers featured in a Los Angeles Times' article about the publication of South Central Noir, a detective fiction anthology set in South-Central Los Angeles. Article excerpt: "There is no stronger proof in the collection of that lasting truth (of the inevitability of change) than…
September 7, 2022
Jennifer Pharr (Environmental and Occupational Health), Lung-Chang Chien (Epidemiology and Biostatistics), Max Gakh (Environmental and Occupational Health), and Jason Flatt (Social and Behavioral Health) presented on "State protection alignment index as a measure of structural stigma's impact on the mental health of sexual and gender minorities"…
September 7, 2022
David R. Gruber (Communication Studies) recently published "Ecologies of 'Sleepy Joe' and 'Mini Mike': The affective politics of ethos and the ethics of Ad Hominem Light" in the journal, Enculturation. The article argues that constructions of credibility (Ethos) are not confined to nice, positive appeals about a character's expertise or good civic…
September 7, 2022
Edward Huynh and Keoni Castellano (both Mathematical Sciences) recently published their work, "Remarks on the Preservation and Breaking of Translational Symmetry for a Class of ODEs," to the journal, Examples and Counterexamples. They studied a particular class of boundary value problems with periodic boundary conditions and proved that the…
September 7, 2022
Liam Frink (Anthropology) has been selected to serve as a National Science Foundation IPA program director in the Geosciences Directorate, Office of Polar Programs. The NSF Office of Polar Programs promotes creative and innovative scientific research, engineering, and education in and about the polar regions, catalyzing fundamental…
September 6, 2022
Rajiv Kishore (Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology) had a paper, “Theorizing About the Early Stage Diffusion of Co-dependent IT Innovations,” accepted for publication by the Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS), which is listed as a top-tier “A+” journal in the Lee Business School’s SARS journal list. This paper was…

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