Steve Mertens, STL, was selected for the Association for Middle Level Education’s John H. Lounsbury Award for Distinguished Achievement in Middle Level Education.
So Young Song, FCS, received a 2020 Paper of Distinction Award from the International Textile Apparel Association for “Should We Be Afraid of Artificial Intelligence? Consumer Willingness to Share Personal Information with Fashion Sales Robots.”
Alison Bailey, PHI, published “On Gaslighting and Epistemic Injustice: Editor’s Introduction” for the special cluster on Epistemic Harm in Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy (Fall 2020).
Ui-Jeen Yu, FCS, published “Exploring Effects of Self-Evaluative and Motivational Schema in Appearance on Advertising Effectiveness in Fashion Ads” in the Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, and “The Effects of Health Consciousness on Environmentally Sustainable Textile Furnishing Product Purchase” in the Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal.
Logan Miller, ANT, published “Toward a Situational Approach to Understanding Middle Woodland Societies in the North American Midcontinent” and “Bladelets and Middle Woodland Situations in Southern Ohio” in The Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology.
Erika Sparby, ENG, published “Reading Mean Comments to Subvert Gendered Hate on YouTube: Toward a Spectrum of Digital Aggression Response” in Enculturation.
David Brian Williams, MUS and Creative Technologies, co-presented the keynote “Reflections on Thirty-Five Years of ATMI Presentations and Trends Toward Equity of Technology Access for Diverse Music Experiences in Education” for the College Music Society’s Online National Conference.