Research and Honors, January 21, 2020
Joan Brehm, SOC, published “‘Bring fishermen at the center’: the value of local knowledge for understanding fisheries resources and climate-related changes in Lake Tanganyika” in Environment, Development and Sustainability and “Exploring the agentic power in fishery: reflections from fishing communities of Lake Tanganyika, Kigoma, Tanzania” in Maritime Studies.
Phillip Hash, MUS, published the article “Music Teaching and Learning Among the People of Israel” in the fall 2019 issue of the Journal for Christian Educators.
Michael Sublett, GEO emeritus, published “Upstate, Downstate, and Outstate Across the United States” in Names 67.
Jeremy Driskell, CHE, presented “Adsorption Behavior of Chemically/Charged Modified Antibody on Gold Nanoparticles” and “Adsorption Behavior of Charge Modified Antibody on Gold Nanoparticles and the Role of Free Sulfhydryl” with students Samuel Okyem and Olatunde Awotunde at the NOBCChE Meeting in St. Louis. The three also joined student Kiran Tripathi and Guadalupe Riaz in presenting “Investigating Antibody-Gold Nanoparticle Adsorption Dynamics to Optimize Conjugates for Biosensing” at SciX in Palm Springs, California.
T.Y. Wang, POL, published “The China Factor in Taiwan’s 2020 Election and Beyond” in Asia Dialogue, the online magazine of the Asia Research Institute, University of Nottingham
Ali Riaz, POL, published the commentary “The ‘Anti-Corruption Drive’ in Bangladesh: Where is it Going?” in the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs.
Fred Smith, ANT emeritus, presented “The Neandertals – an Evolutionary Perspective” for the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Seminar Series in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Chris Wellin, SOC, presented “Negotiating Research Partnerships with Community Agencies: Lessons from an Innovative Capstone Seminar” at the Annual Meetings of the Society for the Study of Social Problems in New York City.