Dr. Kathryn M. Whiteley, associate professor of criminal justice and international expert on the study of women who kill, was a recent guest on one of the most highly watched programs across Australia, Channel Nine Australia’s Under Investigation: with Liz Hayes series. Dr. Whiteley appears just past the 22-minute mark of the Adultery, Murder, and Mayhem: The Scandalous Crime Unsolved for 30 Years.
Archive for September 2021
Dr. Daniel Pitonyak, assistant professor of physics, gave a contributed talk, “Global Analysis of SSAs from Current and Future Data,” at the 22nd Particles and Nuclei International Conference on Sept. 5. Dr. Pitonyak participated virtually in the tri-annual conference featuring plenary speakers from throughout the U.S. and world.
Dr. Gabriela McEvoy, chair of languages and associate professor of Spanish, was invited to participate in the Culture and Irish Studies Series, “Presencia irlandesa en Paraguay, Peru, and Argentina,” She will present with Dr. María Monte de López Moreira, president of Paraguay’s Academy of History, and Dr. Maria Eugenia Cruset, an Argentinian professor and researcher at the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. The event is organized by the Asociación de Estudios Irlandeses del Sur (AEIS) and the Universidad del Salvador, Argentina.
Khalil Brim ’21, writing under the pen name Khalil A, recently published The Flower of the Valencia, which is available on Amazon. The publisher notes, “This action-packed novel, at every turn of the page, beautifully explores trust and betrayal, friends and foes, life and death, and the overwhelming desire to know your heart when you barely know who you are to begin with.” Khalil will return to LVC in October, date and time to be determined, to speak, sign his novel, and participate in a Q&A with students and faculty.
Dr. Ivette Guzman-Zavala, professor of Spanish, and Dr. John Hinshaw, professor of history, were interviewed by LebTown writer Liam Schmidt for “Tomateros to Dutchiricans: Local professors tell a Latinx history of Central Pennsylvania.” Schmidt noted that “For the last several years, the researchers of two professors at Lebanon Valley College has been instrumental in drawing attention to the remarkable social and cultural influence of the Latin American diaspora in Central Pennsylvania, which can be traced as far back as the American Revolution.”
Dr. Chris J. Dolan, professor of political science, was interviewed by the Washington Times for “Chinese muscle in on Afghanistan’s rare earth mineral deposits, create headaches for Biden.” Dr. Dolan noted that “We [the U.S.] are going to be fighting for scraps because we are sitting around debating and thinking about what to do. The U.S. has all these conditions and caveats, but the Chinese don’t care if the Taliban is respecting human rights…”
Dr. Chris J. Dolan, professor of political science, wrote an op-ed recently published by The Hill, “What Trump understood and Biden gets right about America’s new role in the world.” Dr. Dolan’s analysis, which noted the Great Recession and several other factors affecting America’s global influence, was picked up by several other outlets, including MSN and From Press in Germany.
Dr. Kathleen Blouch, adjunct professor of education, presented “Modeling the Democratic STEM Teaching Framework Using the Design Process” at the Pennsylvania Science Teachers Association Conference 2021. The conference, Innovating for the Future, was virtual this year.
Dr. Alan Walker’s, assistant professor of exercise science, paper “Assessment of Sports Nutrition Knowledge, Dietary Practices, and Sources of Information in NCAA Division III Collegiate Athletics,” was published in the national journal “Nutrients.” Dr. Walker co-authored the article with colleagues from four other universities.