David Cleeton, ECO, gave the talk “The End of the Beginning of Brexit” for the Peoria World Affairs Council.
Philip Mulvey, CJS, published “Understanding the Nature and Implications of Romantic Relationships Among Criminally Involved Individuals with Mental Illness” for Justice Quarterly.
Julie Schumacher and Amy Bardwell, FCS, published “Assessing dietetics students’ change in perceived knowledge and perceived confidence in feeding tube insertion using patient simulation” for the Journal of Food Science Education.
Ela Przybylo, ENG, published “When Does it Matter” in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review Issue. Dr. Przybylo also co-authored “The Erotics of Asexualities and Nonsexualities: Intersectional Approaches” for Feminist Formations.
Ali Riaz, POL, published “The Pathway of Democratic Backsliding in Bangladesh,” for the journal Democratization.
Rachel Scott, Milner, co-authored “Technical Services Librarians and Outreach: Communicating Our Value to Engage Students in Critical Thinking About Information” for College & Research Libraries News.
Eric Willey, Milner, published “Using Captions and Controlled Vocabulary to Describe Visual Materials as an Alternative to Digitization” for Provenance, Journal of the Society of Georgia Archivists.
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