Daisy Deomampo, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES, assistant professor of anthropology, was awarded a post-Ph.D research grant from the Wenner-Gren Foundation to support her research project, “Gamete Donation and the Meanings of Race in Asian America.”
Audrey Evrard, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES, assistant professor of French, published “Rêve d’usine (Luc Decaster, 2003): Presenting the Vanishing Workplace,” in the special “Work in Crisis” issue of the journal Modern and Contemporary France.
Albert N. Greco, Ed.D., GABELLI, professor of marketing, published The Growth of the Scholarly Publishing Industry in the U.S.: A Business History of a Changing Marketplace, 1939–1946 (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019).
Tanya K. Hernández, LAW, professor, published Multiracials and Civil Rights: Mixed-Race Stories of Discrimination (NYU Press, 2018).
Janet Kearney, LAW, reference librarian at the Maloney Library, contributed three chapters to Sexual Orientation, Gender Identities, and the Law: A Research Bibliography, 2006–2016 (William S Hein & Co., 2018). The chapters are “Immigration and Asylum: Striving for Recognition,” “Military Employment: Navigating the Repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” and “Distinct Topics in Public Sector Employment.”
Kirsten Lee, ADM, support staff, published “Design and Implementation of a Study Room Reservation System: Lessons from a Pilot Program Using Google Calendar” in the journal College & Research Libraries.
Subha Mani, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES, associate professor of economics, published “Barriers to skill acquisition: Evidence from English training in India” in the journal World Development, and “Can gender differences in distributional preferences explain gender gaps in competition?” in the Journal of Economic Psychology.
Sophie Mitra, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES, professor of economics, has been accepted as an Invited Professor at Ecole Des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris.
Julia Mueller, ARTS AND SCIENCES, professor of mathematics, published a paper titled, “On the genesis of Robert P. Langlands’ conjectures and his letter to André Weil,” in Bulletin (New Series) of the American Mathematical Society, Volume 55, Number 4.
Zein Murib, Ph.D. ARTS AND SCIENCES, assistant professor of political science, was awarded the Western Political Science Association 2018 Betty Nesvold prize for the best paper on women in politics.
Brian J. Reilly, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES, professor of French, published Getting the Blues: Vision and Cognition in the Middle Ages. (Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers, 2018).
David J. Rufo, Ph.D., GSE, clinical assistant professor, had a presentation titled “Transgressive Aesthetics: When Children Curate the Classroom,” accepted as part of a research circle at the 2019 National Art Education Association (NAEA) Preconference in Boston.
Henry Schwalbenberg, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES, associate professor of economics and director of International Political Economy and Development, co-chaired a conference on technology and globalization titled “Living in the New World: The Impact of Technology and Globalization” at Touro College in October.
Asif Siddiqi, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES, professor of history, published Beyond Earth: A Chronicle of Deep Space Exploration (NASA, 2018).
Pamela Tinkham, GSS, adjunct instructor, published Healing Trauma from the Inside Out: Practices from the East and West, a book about yoga-psychotherapy and somatic therapy.