William F. Baker, Ph.D., GSE,
Claudio Acquaviva, S.J., Chair, and Journalist-in-Residence, had his film Sacred accepted into the DOC NYC Festival and the Tokyo Film Festival. He will also have his future business book, Organizations For Humans: Kind Cultures, Basic Needs and Better Lives, published by Stanford University Press.
Joshua Brown, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES,
associate professor of psychology, co-authored the research brief “Teacher Stress and Health: Effects on Teachers, Students, and Schools” for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in September 2016.
Aimee Meredith Cox, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES,
assistant professor of African and African American Studies, has been awarded the Third Place Prize by the 2016 Victor Turner book prize committee of the Society of Humanistic Anthropology for her book Shapeshifters: Black Girls and the Choreography of Citizenship (Duke University Press, 2015).
Christina Greer, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES,
associate professor of political science, was honored at the 15th Annual African American Day Parade Breakfast on September 18 for her decades of service.
Paul Kantor, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES,
professor emeritus of political science, published “Society and Urban Policy in the United States” in the Fall 2016 issue of the journal Il Mulino.
Mark Naison, Ph.D., ARTS AND SCIENCES,
professor of African and African American Studies and history, and principal investigator of the Bronx African American History Project (BAAHP), hosted the “Back in the Bronx” book event on September 24 at the Bronx Museum with co-editor Bob Gumbs to celebrate the release of their latest book Before the Fires: An Oral History of African American Life in the Bronx from the 1930’s to the 1960’s.
Francis Petit, Ed.D., GABELLI,
associate dean and director of Executive Programs, published “Vincent T. Lombardi: Three Key Lessons for Today’s Executive that Goes Beyond Football” in The Sport Journal, published by The United States Sports Academy, on August 11.