Latest Achievements

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Week of: Apr 11, 2021

Student Samantha Kelly, Cessair McKinney, Environmental Science & Management

Sam Kelly (Environmental Science and Management Senior) and Cessair McKinney (December 2020 Environmental Science and Management graduate) presented their capstone research project at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research. Their talk was titled “Innovation in Restoration: Estimating Seed Counts Using a Photography App.” Read their published abstract here: https://apps.cur.org/ncur2021/search/Display_NCUR.aspx?id=112796

Faculty Berit Potter, Art

Berit Potter (Art) was interviewed for the short documentary “Mosaic is Light” produced on the occasion of the exhibition “Mosaic is Light: Work by Jeanne Reynal, 1940 – 1970,” at Eric Firestone Gallery, NYC. She also contributed an essay to the exhibition’s catalogue. “Mosaic is Light” has been featured in “4 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now” in The New York Times, Artnet: Editor’s Pick, and “Goings On About Town” in The New Yorker. The documentary is available here: https://vimeo.com/520124010/4713b27be6

Student Bridget Opperman, Kamila Larripa, Mathematics

Math student Bridget Opperman will present a research poster on “Mathematical Analysis of Virus-Immune Dynamics and Implications for Treatment” at the National Conferences on Undergraduate Research.

Faculty AmyK Conley, Education

Education lecturer presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Conference her research “Creating the future of California’s teacher preparation of literacy instruction together after RICA” in a paper session “Exploring Models of Literacy Instruction” on April 12.

Week of: Apr 04, 2021

Faculty Joshua Smith, Chemistry

Dr. Joshua Smith, Chemistry, published a paper,“Strategies for Design of Potential Singlet Fission Chromophores Utilizing a Combination of Ground-State and Excited-State Aromaticity Rules” in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2020, 142, 12, 5602–5617
https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.9b12435

Faculty Joshua Smith, Chemistry

Dr. Joshua Smith, Chemistry, published a paper, “Triplet State Baird Aromaticity in Macrocycles: Scope, Limitations, and Complications” as part of The Journal of Physical Chemistry virtual special issue “Josef Michl Festschrift”.

J. Phys. Chem. A 2021, 125, 2, 570–584
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpca.0c08926

Faculty Joshua Frye, Communication

Joshua Frye, [Communication, Journalism and Media] was recently awarded “Top Paper” from the Freedom of Speech Division of the Southern States Communication Association (SSCA) for his paper, “Polarization, Public Communication, and (Un)Civil Society”, which he presented virtually at the SSCA annual convention. The paper examines the multiple causality of divisive and violent political culture that the US has witnessed during the Donald J. Trump Presidency. Dr. Frye was also an invited panelist to discuss the intersections of Freedom of Speech and the 2020 Presidential Campaign.

Faculty Dr. Joseph Dieme, World Languages and Cultures

Dr. Joseph Dieme has published his latest novel “Dans la peau d’un immigré” (In the Skin of an Immigrant). The book follows the experiences of a Muslim immigrant from Senegal in pursuit of the American Dream. From Dakar, destiny leads him to Paris; then to the African neighborhood of Little Senegal in Harlem, NY. Soon after his Senegalese wife joins him, their lives are changed by the September 11, 2001 events. To escape anti-Muslim policing and violence, he, his wife, and two undocumented African housemates leave NY and settle in a small Midwest town where they hope to find refuge. https://www.editions-harmattan.fr/livre-dans_la_peau_d_un_immigre_joseph_dieme-9782343220147-69509.html

Faculty Deepti Chatti, Environmental Studies Department

Dr. Deepti Chatti has been awarded the prestigious Alastair McCrone Promising Scholars Award this year for her outstanding scholarly contributions and promise.

Faculty Dr. Amy Rock, Geography

Dr. Amy Rock (GESA) published an article ‘Bringing geography to the community: community-based learning and the geography classroom’

\http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10708-021-10408-3

Faculty James Floss, Communication

James Floss, Faculty Emeritus of the Communication Department has won an Honorable Mention in College of the Redwoods’ annual literary contest and will be published in the Seven Gill Shark Review later this semester.

Week of: Mar 28, 2021

Faculty Mary Ann Madej, Geology

Mary Ann Madej, Adjunct faculty, published a summary of 50 years of geomorphic research in Redwood National Park:
Redwood Creek watershed studies: Summary of geomorphic research at Redwood National Park. Natural Resource Report. NPS/REDW/NRR—2021/2228.

https://irma.nps.gov/DataStore/Reference/Profile/2284606

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