Benjamin Hinkley ’21, Aaron Tranquillo ’19, D’21, Veronica Venezia ’21, Niclas Sharp ’21, and Dr. Robert Creath will present Simulating Hip Stiffness in Healthy Adults during Quiet Standing by Use of a Hip and Knee Brace: Preliminary Results, at the American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting in August 2021. Dr. Creath is an associate professor of exercise science, director of the Lewis Human Performance Lab, and a member of the American Society of Biomechanics.
Archive for May 2021
Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and associate professor of business administration, published “4 principles for prioritizing innovation and socialization in higher ed” on University Business. Dr. Josephson four areas of innovation that institutions should adopt “To get out of the academic rut, or prevent backtracking to it…”
Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and assistant professor of business administration, presented her paper “Long-Term Implications for Well-Intentioned Interference: Applying the Product Life Cycle Theory to Fair Trade” in Florida at the annual conference for The Association of Private Enterprise Education in April 2021.
Dr. Chris Dolan, professor of political science and director of the Center for Political History, was recently notified by the Institute for International Education/U.S. Department of State that he received a U.S. Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to the Republic of North Macedonia. South East European University in Tetovo will be his host institution, where Dr. Dolan will conduct research in rule of law, security sector reform, and Euro-Atlantic security through the grant that runs until June 2020. He will be working with Dr. Blerim Reka, Macedonian Ambassador and Chief of Mission of North Macedonia to the European Union, on NATO collective security measures and on the alignment of defense and foreign policy in Macedonia’s case for E.U. membership.
His previous Fulbright award was with the University of Prishtina in Kosovo (2019–20).
Dr. Chris Dolan’s chapter, “Containment, Engagement, and Continuity: China and the Evolution of Obama’s Foreign Policy Toward the Asia-Pacific,” will appear in the edited book: The Barack Obama Presidency: Legacy and Record, edited by Michael Grossman and Francis Schortgen. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2021. Dr. Dolan is a professor of political science.
Dr. Helga McCullough, assistant professor of communication sciences & disorders/speech-language pathology, was the first author on “Generational Differences in Work Ethic Among Speech-Language Pathologists,” in the peer-reviewed Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups. It was Dr. McCullough’s first peer-reviewed article, and was in collaboration from a Lafayette University professor.
Dr. Christopher Dolan, professor of political science, published a peer-reviewed article, “Walking on a Tightrope: The National Security Roles and Executive Branch Chiefs of Staff,” and an opinion article, “Why the U.S. Will Never Leave Afghanistan.” The former was included in the Spring 2021 edition of Chief of Staff Journal, and the latter on The Hill. MSN republished Dr. Dolan’s opinion piece.