Archive for July 2022

Dr. Albert Presents Student-Faculty Research at International Conference

Dr. Rachel Albert, associate professor of psychology, presented “Infant vocalizations elicit simplified speech in childcare settings.,” at the International Congress on Infant Studies in Ottawa, Canada, and virtually at the National Research Conference on Early Childhood. The research was co-authored by Morgan Ernst ’21 (psychology) and Reagan Little ’23, M’24 (communication sciences & disorders/speech-language pathology). 

Dr. Josephson Publishes Two Articles, Guests on Podcast

Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate professor of business administration, recently published “Who is to Blame in the Moral Marketing Game” on the American Institute for Economic Research and “Why Job Turnover is so High for Gen Z” on the Foundation for Economic Freedom websites. She also was the guest expert on the Consumer Choice Center’s podcast, “Don’t worry, Elon, ESG is a Pay-to-Play Racket.”

Dr. Alladin Guests on Belize Morning Show

Dr. Terrence Alladin, associate professor of criminal justice, discussed his research regarding reducing recidivism and prison reform on Belize’s WUB Morning Vibes show, which is part of the Krem Television Program Network. Dr. Alladin’s appearance begins at the 1:50 mark here. Belize’s Commissioner of Police was among some of the prestigious guests.  

Dr. Alladin Featured Speaker at Belize Institute of Management

Dr. Terrence Alladin, associate professor of criminal justice, was the featured expert at a recent event hosted by Galen University in San Ignacio, Belize. Dr. Alladin spoke about “Prison Reform: Reducing Recidivism through Peace Making Theory” at the session, which was co-hosted by Belize’s Ministry of Home Affairs and the Kolbe Foundation. 

Dr. Whiteley Pens Piece for Pennsylvania Prison Society Newsletter: “Graterfriends.”

Dr. Kathryn Whiteley, associate professor of criminal justice, wrote a piece for The Pennsylvania Prison Society newsletter, Graterfriends, highlighting her research into women’s incarceration in Australia, Ireland, and the United States. Dr. Whiteley, who has been a Pennsylvania Prison Society Official Visitor (PPSOV) for over a decade, also shared her thoughts on serving as the film producer for the documentary, “Until We Have Faces,” which highlights women incarcerated for murder. The documentary is available for free here.

Dr. Whiteley Continues Research in Australia

Dr. Kathryn Whiteley, associate professor of criminal justice, recently traveled to Australia to continue researching women incarcerated in the Australian Criminal Justice System for murder. There, she reunited with Deb Kilroy, Esq., Order of Australia Medal and CEO of Sisters Inside Inc., an organization that works with Australian women in the country’s criminal justice system.  Dr. Whiteley volunteered with Sisters Inside nearly two decades ago.

Dr. McEvoy’s Chapter Published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Dr. Gabriela McEvoy, chair of languages and professor of Spanish, contributed a chapter for Transnational Migration, Diasporas and Political Action. The book was published on July 5 by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Her chapter is “Mercedes Gallagher de Parks and the Changing Role of Peruvian Women in the Early 20th Century.”