Christopher Breu, ENG, presented his paper “Rethinking Sex: A Materialist Account of Embodiment and Desire” at Indiana University. 

Jonathan Fostar, ENG, presented his paper “Among the Tropicans of Tropico (Variation in C)” at the Descriptions, Gaps, Transitions, and Leaps Conference. 

Shawn Hitchcock, CHE, presented his paper “Molecular Chirality, Protease Inhibitors, and Mentoring the Next Generation” at the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers Virtual Conference.  

T.Y. Wang, POL, presented a co-authored paper titled “Threat Perception and Taiwan’s 2020 Presidential Election” at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting.  

Charles Bell, CJS, contributed the chapter “Special Yet Unequal: Race, Disability, and the Prison Pipeline for Black Youth in America” in the book Racism By Another Name: Black Students, Overrepresentation, and the Carceral State of Special Education (Information Age Publishing). 

Robin Lizzo, KNR, published “Benefits and Motivations for Virtual Community Participation: A Netnography of the Hogwarts Running Club” in The Journal of Park and Recreation Administration.