Michael Dougherty, SOC, edited the book, Mining in Latin America: Critical Approaches to the New Extraction. He also wrote the chapters, “From global peripheries to the earth’s core: the new extraction in Latin America” and “Scarcity and control: the new extraction and Canada’s mineral resource protection network,” and he co-wrote the chapter, “The rise of the corporate investment rights regime and ‘extractive exceptionalism’: evidence from El Salvador.”

Fred Smith, ANT, co-authored “On some aspects of Neandertal zygomatic morphology” for HOMO—Journal of Comparative Human Biology.

Ali Riaz, POL, penned an op-ed about the death of an alleged terrorist mastermind for Bangladesh’s The Daily Star. 

Lisa Vinney, CSD, co-authored “Augmenting College Students’ Study of Speech-Language Pathology Using Computer-Based Mini Quiz Games” for the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. She also co-wrote “Vocal Control: Is It Susceptible to the Negative Effects of Self-Regulatory Depletion?” for the Journal of Voice.

Otis Rothenberger and James Webb, CHE emeriti, presented “Reflections on 50 Years of Demonstrations, CheMagic, and Serious Chemistry: Setting up a Professional Outreach Demo Presentation with a Focus on Safety, Message, Drama, Humor, and Dignity” at the 24th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education in Greeley, Colorado.

Janet Paterson, Provost Office, Amelia Noël-Elkins, University College, Brenda Huber, Psychology, Dawn Sanner, Campus Recreation, and Chad Kahl, Milner Library, presented “Creating a Comprehensive Civic Engagement Center: An Academic Affairs/Student Affairs Partnership” at the 2016 Civic Learning & Democratic Engagement Meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana.

William McBride, ENG, presented “Bogie & Bowie: The Quintessential Film Noir Anti-Hero & The Iconic Queer Pop Artist Hero” on the panel “Wild Heroes: Media, Society, and the Need for Narrative” for The International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature and Media at The Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois.