Choral conductor Tim Newton maintained an active schedule over the summer. On August 29th , he sang with London’s Philharmonia Chorus, the Swedish Radio Orchestra and renowned Swedish Radio Choir, all conducted by Daniel Harding in a sold-out performance of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection” at the BBC Proms in London. The choruses garnered [...]
Dr. Joshua J. Frye, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Arts, recently delivered an invited public lecture in the Nancy A. Howe Auditorium in Wellsville New York. Dr. Frye is a competitively selected member of the Speakers Bureau for the New York Council for the Humanities. As such, he receives solicitations from a number [...]
Robert Compton, Professor of Africana and Latino Studies and Political Science, has been extended as an editor for the next calendar year (2014-15) for a new journal, the International Academic Forum (IAFOR) Journal of Business and Management. The scope of the journal consists of articles germane to business administration and public administration, especially those which [...]
William A. Starna, Emeritus Anthropology, presented the invited paper, “Truths and Consequences in American Indian-Dutch Affairs–The View from 1614,” at the 37th New Netherland Seminar held September 20 at the New York State Museum, Albany.
Professor Robert Compton, ALS and Political Science, was a keynote speaker at the Oneonta Unitarian Universalist Congregation’s Dining for Women meeting on September 21, 2014. Dining for Women raises funds for worthy projects that positively impact the living conditions of women in developing countries. Dr. Compton spoke on “The State of Uganda and the Status [...]
Tracy Betsinger, Anthropology, co-organized an international symposium entitled, “The Odd, the Unusual, and the Strange: Human and Animal Deviant Burials and their Cultural Contexts” at the recent meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists in Istanbul, Turkey. She presented the paper, “Biology or Culture: Determinants of Deviant Burials in Post-Medieval Poland” as part of the [...]
William Simons, History, reviewed the book Hank Greenberg: The Hero of Heroes by John Rosengren. Dr. Simons’ review appeared in the Summer 2014 issue of the Journal of Sport History.
Karen Joest, Department of Human Ecology, Child and Family Studies, presented a paper, “Community Partnering: Resource Enhancement to Decrease High School Dropouts in a Rural High Poverty District” at the European Society on Family Relations at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, in Madrid, Spain on Sep 5, 2014. The paper outlined strategies to decrease dropout [...]
Andrew Gallup of the Psychology Department published a general commentary article in the peer-reviewed journal Frontiers in Neuroscience. The article is entitled “Abnormal yawning in stroke patients: the role of brain thermoregulation.”
Robert Compton, Professor of Africana and Latino Studies and Political Science, presented his research titled “Human Security, SADC regionalism, and state weakness and national interest at the South African Association of Political Studies biennial conference at the Kgorong Conference Center, University of South Africa (UNISA), Muckleneuk, Pretoria, Gauteng Province, , South Africa on September 10-12, [...]