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Week of: Nov 28, 2021

Faculty Loren Cannon, Philosophy

Dr. Loren Cannon’s book, “The Politicization of Trans Identity: An Analysis of Backlash, Scapegoating, and Dog-Whistling from Obergefell to Bostock,” will soon be available from Rowman and Littlefield Press.

From a reviewer, “Cannon’s writing is lucid, passionate, and politically grounded. And the book is a glowing example of engaged philosophy at its finest.”

https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781793623812/The-Politicization-of-Trans-Identity-An-Analysis-of-Backlash-Scapegoating-and-Dog-Whistling-from-Obergefell-to-Bostock

Week of: Nov 21, 2021

Faculty Sara K Sterner, Education

Sara K. Sterner (Education) was recently elected to serve a three-year term on the Children’s Literature Assembly Board. The Children’s Literature Assembly (CLA) of the National Council of Teachers of English is a professional community of children’s literature enthusiasts who advocate the centrality of literature in children’s academic and personal lives.

Faculty Brian Buchanan and Jo Archibald, Environmental Resources Engineering

ERE lecturers Dr. Brian Buchanan and Dr. Jo Archibald, along with colleagues working in the New York Hudson River watershed, published a paper on using machine learning to identify stream barriers.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301479721020144

Week of: Nov 14, 2021

Faculty Chris Aberson, Psychology

Chris Aberson, along with Academic Research M.A. graduates Latisha Jett-Dias and James Clifton recently published a paper titled Contact, Threat, and Attitudes toward Same-sex Marriage and its Beneficiaries in the Journal of GLBT Family Studies. The work addresses how well Intergroup Contact Theory and Intergroup Threat Theory, two theories primarily based in race and ethnicity, predict attitudes toward Gay and Lesbian people. A preprint of the paper can be found here https://osf.io/ygrkq/

Student Brooks Estes, Matt Johnson, Wildlife

Former Environment & Community Master’s student Brooks Estes and her advisor Dr. Matt Johnson (Wildlife) recently published a paper in the journal California Fish and Wildlife about winegrape growers’ environmental values. URL: https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FileHandler.ashx?DocumentID=195584&inline;

Student Zachary Erickson, Kevin Boston, Pascal Berrill, Mike Dockry (UMN), Forestry & Wildland Resources

Forestry MS student Zack Erickson gave an oral presentation at the prestigeous National Conference for the Society of American Foresters, entitled “Integrating Ways of Knowing: Utilizing Tribal Management Perspective to Guide Modern Silvicultural Methods in Cooperative Forest Management.” His thesis committee co-authored the talk: HSU faculty Prof. Pascal Berrill, Dr. Kevin Boston, and UMN professor of Tribal and Indigenous Natural Resource Management Dr. Michael Dockry.

Faculty Dr. Hunter Harrill, Forestry & Wildland Resources

Dr. Hunter Harrill was the moderator of a panel session entitled “What We Will Be Building With In The Future,” at the 112th Annual Pacific Logging Congress, held in Indian Wells, CA from November 8-10th, 2021.

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