Research and Honors, May 19, 2020
Christopher Breu and Elizabeth Hatmaker, ENG, published Noir Affect. New York: Fordham University Press, 2020.
Tom Crumpler and Lara Handsfield, COE, published a new book, The Complex Development of Preservice and Inservice Teacher Identities.
Jeremy Driskell, Christopher Mulligan, Jun-Hyun Kim, Jean Standard (emeritus), CHE, and Jamie Wieland, MQM, co-authored “Integrating SERS and PSI-MS with Dual Purpose Plasmonic Paper for the Analysis of Illicit Drugs” with graduate and undergraduate students, Daniel Burr, William Fatigante, Jemima Lartey, Ashley Stelmack, and Noah McClurg.
Amy Robillard, ENG, published “Confronting the Real: The Trigger Warning Debate and the Rhetorical Space of the Classroom” for Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Language, Literature, Composition, and Culture.
Daniel Lannin, PSY, Luke Russell, FCS, and Ani Yazedjian, Office of the Provost, co-presented “Strategies for at-risk youth achieving and avoiding distal goals” with doctoral student Keeley Hynes and post-doctoral fellow Jeremy Kanter at the Illinois School Psychologists Association in Springfield, Illinois.