Gregory Ferrence, CHE, co-authored “Probing Structural Adaptability in Templated Vanadium Selenites” for Polyhedron.

Daniel Cochece Davis, COM, co-authored “Learning organizations: Connections between diversity and innovation” for the Handbook of Research on Race, Gender, and the Fight for Equality.

Li Zeng, THD, authored a book chapter in “Bogie Noir: Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon,” in Critical Insights: Casablanca, ed. James Plath (Ipswich, Massachusetts: Salem Press, 2016).

Linda Clemmons, HIS, published “‘We are writing this letter seeking your help’: Dakotas, ABCFM Missionaries, and Their Uses of Literacy, 1863-1866,” in The Western History Quarterly.

Kyle Ciani, HIS, was part of a panel at the National Archives on the history of the Equal Rights Amendment, in Washington, D.C.

Ali Riaz, POL, presented “The Collapse and the Restoration of Political Settlement” at the 24th World Congress of Political Science in Poznan, Poland, where he was also the discussant at the panel “Conflict, Patronage and Strategies for Inclusive Political Development.”

Blanca Miller, MCN, co-presented “Developing Diverse Students as Nurse Leaders” at the National Association of Hispanic Nurses Conference. Miller also co-presented the poster “Barriers Hispanic Nursing Students Encounter.”