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Allard Presents Papers on China at Conference in Vietnam
During the week of December 1, 2009, Dr. Francis Allard presented two papers at the nineteenth Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association in Hanoi, Vietnam, based on his research in China.
Villalobos-Echeverría Exhibits at National Palace of Culture in Managua
“Camuflaje @ 12°9'19"N 86°16'19"W”, by Department of Art professor Patricia Villalobos-Echeverría, juried into the VII Biennial of Visual Arts in Nicaragua, on view until December 13, 2009, at the National Palace of Culture in Managua.
Eddy Receives Grant from Battelle
Dr. Roberta Eddy, Department of Chemistry, received an external award in the amount of $224,967 from Battelle Memorial Institute for her project, “FY09-10 NGB WMD-REALITI Sustainment Training Program.”
Knerr Receives Grants from Pa. Council on the Arts
The School of Graduate Studies and Research is pleased to announce that Mr. Hank Kerr, College of Fine Arts, received external awards in the amount of $12,622 for his project, “ArtsPath Long-Term Residency” and $25,015 for his project, "Artists in Residency Program" from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
Larkin Receives U.S. Forest Service Grant
Jeffery Larkin, Department of Biology, received an external award in the amount of $359,000 from the U.S. Forest Service for his project, “Forest Reclamation Approach on Coal Surface Mines to Restore Healthy Forests.”
Gido Appointed to Pa. House and Senate Advisory Committee
Dr. Rosemary Gido, professor of Criminology, was recently appointed to the Pennsylvania House and Senate Advisory Committee on Incarcerated Parents.
Martin Presents on “Criminology and Its Discontents”
Dr. Randy Martin, professor of Criminology, recently presented “Criminology and Its Discontents: A Critical Analysis of Contemporary Criminological Theory” in South Korea.
Sitler and Brocious Co-Author an Article
Helen Sitler and undergraduate English Education major Jennifer Brocious have co-authored “Stealth Outlining: Using Visual Displays to Outline a Research Essay.” It will appear in the January 2010 issue of Classroom Notes Plus.
Thompson Presents on “Cyborg Nation”
Todd Thompson of the Department of English recently presented “Cyborg Nation: Dismemberment as Mechanization in Popular Nineteenth-Century War Satires,” at the 2009 Midwest Popular Culture Association and Midwest American Culture Association in Detroit.
Wilson Publishes “Literature and Dance in Nineteenth-Century Britain”
Cheryl Wilson’s book Literature and Dance in Nineteenth-Century Britain was published by Cambridge University Press as part of their prestigious Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture Series.
Lewis Presents Student’s Earthquake Research at American Geophysical Union Meeting
Geoscience undergraduate student Ellen Lamont has been working with Dr. Jon Lewis on an NSF-funded project to understand earthquake-related deformation in the rocks of central Taiwan. Dr. Lewis is presenting this research at the National meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) in San Francisco on December 18, 2009.
IT Services Staff Members Present at Pennsylvania Banner User Group Conference
Several IUP staff members attended the tenth annual Pennsylvania Banner User Group (PA Bug) conference to evaluate new Sungard products. Three members of IT Services presented.
Brady Presents on Syntactic Priming at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention
Jill Brady, assistant professor of Speech-Language Pathology in the Department of Special Education and Clinical Services, presented her research at the 2009 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention in New Orleans, La.
Price Presents Research on Preschool Teacher's Talk During Book Sharing
Lisa Hammett Price, associate professor of Speech-Language Pathology in the Department of Special Education and Clinical Services, recently presented at the National Reading Conference.
Robertson Presents on School-Based Practice at Speech-Language-Hearing Convention
Shari Robertson, a professor of speech-language pathology in the Special Education and Clinical Services Department, recently presented three talks at the 2009 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention in New Orleans, La.
 
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