Latest Achievements

Updates about the latest publications and other achievements by our faculty, staff and students

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Week of: Jul 30, 2017

Faculty Kerri J. Malloy, Native American Studies

Kerri J. Malloy, Lecturer in Native American Studies, presented his paper “Candle Light: Memorialization in Absence of a Memorial”” as part of the Performance and Activism Working Group at the Large-Scale Violence and Its Aftermath Summer Institute (June 25-29, 2017) at Kean University in Union, New Jersey. The Institute’s purpose was twofold: to clarify the anemic performance by state actors in managing atrocity and large-scale violence and restoring confidence in social stability and security; and to consider non-state, civil-society alternatives that, in the aggregate, could move progressively forward toward securing, if not transforming, successor societies.

Week of: Jul 23, 2017

Faculty Mark Colwell, Lizzie Feucht, Sean McAllister, Amber Transou, Wildlife

Mark Colwell and former students Lizzie Feucht, Sean McAllister, and Amber Transou published a paper in the August issue of Wader Study, an international journal dedicated to understanding the ecology and promoting the conservation of shorebirds. Their paper details the longevity record for a Snowy Plover that they’ve studied for the past 16 years! Mark will present this story in an EcoSeries lecture on August 31 in the Wildlife Department.

Week of: Jul 16, 2017

Faculty Brandon Browne, Raul Becerra, Geology

Dr. Brandon Browne, Associate Professor of Geology, and four undergraduate thesis students, including Raul Becerra (‘16), recently published their study titled “Quaternary basaltic volcanism in the Golden Trout Volcanic Field, southern Sierra Nevada, California” in the Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research. The study uses results from geologic mapping and geochemical analyses of rocks and minerals to interpret the eruption styles and geologic evolution of the volcanic field – the only one of its age in the High Sierra.

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