Kyle Ciani, HIS, was awarded “Leaguer of the Year” by the McLean County League of Women Voters at their annual meeting in June.

Alison Bailey, PHI, guest edited and wrote an extensive introduction for a forthcoming special cluster on “Gaslighting and Epistemic Injustice,” which is scheduled to appear in Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy next month.

Jennifer Banning, FCS, co-wrote with Hae Jin Gam “Object-based learning in a world dress course” in the Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, and “Teaching sustainability in fashion design courses through a zero-waste design project” in the Clothing and Textiles Research Journal.

Dawn Beichner, CJS, guest edited a special issue of the International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy (Volume 9, Issue 1) on “The Social Protection of Women and Girls: Links to Crime and Justice at United Nations Commission on the Status of Women 63.”

Tanya Diaz-Kozlowski, WGSS, has three forthcoming articles. Her “Chicana Feminist Pedagogies and Chicana Feminisms,” will appear in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. Her invited book chapter, “Flesh, Skin, and Bones @marimachaspeaks,” will appear in 40 Years After Bridge: Love Letters to This Bridge Called My Back. Her article, “The Power of Testimonio Pedagogy: Teaching Chicana Lesbian Fiction in a Chicana Feminisms Course at a Predominantly White Institution in the Midwest” is scheduled to appear in The Association of Mexican American Educators Journal, special issue on Chicanx-Latinx Queer/Trans/Joteria Pedagogies in Education.

Sarah Boesdorfer, CHE, co-wrote “Collaborative assessments: Learning science and collaborative skills during summative testing” in The Science Teacher, and co-wrote “Secondary science teachers’ definition and use of data in their teaching practice” in Research in Science Education.