Elsevier published “Forensic Toxicology: Principles and Concepts,” the second edition of a textbook written by Dr. Courtney Lappas, professor of biology, and her father, Dr. Nicholas Lappas, professor emeritus, George Washington University. The new edition “takes the reader back to the origins of forensic toxicology providing an overview of the largely unchanging principles of the discipline.”
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Dr. Chris Dolan’s, director of the Master of Science in Intelligence and Security Studies Program and professor of political science, op-ed, “Russian threats against the Ukraine could push Finland and Sweden toward NATO,” was published by The Hill this week. Dr. Dolan, a frequent contributor to The Hill, noted “Finland and Sweden have significant security concerns with their larger and more aggressive neighbor to the east.” And “If admitted, each would enhance security in NATO’s northeastern flank and put Russia on notice.”
Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and associate professor of business administration, had another op-ed, “Too many government mandates hurt Pennsylvania businesses,” published by PennLive. And Dr. Josephson, a member of the Heterodox Academy, was invited to become a Writing Fellow for the academy.
The Golden Key Academy published “If college is a consideration, don’t delay,” by Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and associate professor of business administration. Dr. Josephson provides for reasons why “it is best for students who are interested in a degree program to not delay…” in the article, which requires a membership to access.
Dr. Catherine “Kate” Orlando ’19, D’21 (exercise science and physical therapy) recently published “Play Therapy: Purposeful Fun for Your Child,” on the NAPA Center website. Dr. Orlando, a physical therapist who joined the NAPA Center in Los Angeles, Calif., after her sixth-year clinical in spring 2021, works with her colleagues to serve children with neurological and developmental needs.
Dr. Chris J. Dolan’s, professor of political science and director of the Master of Science in Intelligence and Security Studies Program, op-ed, “Keeping Donald Trump in power was Mark Meadows’ focus in short stint at White House,” was published by the Akron Beacon Journal this week. Dr. Dolan, who co-wrote the piece with David B. Cohen of the University of Akron, discussed the recent decision by the U.S. House to hold the former chief of staff in criminal content for the January 6 attack on the Capitol. Yahoo News and The Conservative Investor Daily also picked up the article.
Dr. Noel Hubler, professor of philosophy and political science, published his first book, Overcoming Uncertainty in Ancient Greek Political Philosophy. The book, published by Palgrave MacMillan, breaks new historical ground by investigating the conflicting notions of opinion and uncertainty in Plato, Aristotle, and the Stoics and exploring the resulting implications for their political theories. At the same time, the book makes a theoretical contribution by arguing that only Aristotle’s recognition of opinion as subjectively and objectively uncertain can ground a deliberative republic.
Dr. Kimberlee Josephson, associate dean of the Breen Center for Graduate Success and associate professor of business administration, was invited to be a contributor to the Golden Key Academy article section. Dr. Josephson was inducted into Golden Key, an international honor society, when she was a graduate student in Australia. Her first article for the academy, Don’t let your competitive advantage turn into competitive inertia, can only be accessed by Golden Key members.
Dr. Chris J. Dolan, professor of political science and director of the Master of Science in Intelligence and Security Studies Program, published “From the cold war to a hard freeze” on The Hill recently. Dr. Dolan, an opinion contributor for The Hill, discussed the rising conflict between Russia and the Ukraine, and the recent “Cold War-style summit” with President Joe Biden and President Vladimir Putin.