April Ford (English) has published two new fiction and a poem in the past few months. Since May 2014 the publications are as follows: “Something Ugly” (short story) republished with –SAND: Berlin’s English Literary Journal _http://www.sandjournal.com/news/sand-issue-9-here,, “Death Is a Side-Effect” (poem) published with the Mexico-based journal _The Ofi Press Magazine http://www.ofipress.com/fordaprill.htm, and “Project Fumarase” (short story) with [...]
Dr. Hyejune Park of the Human Ecology department (Fashion & Textiles) has published a research article entitled “The role of social network websites in the consumer-brand relationship” in the peer-reviewed journal, Journal of Retailing & Consumer Services. The article has been published in July and the electronic version of the article is available at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0969698914000472 [...]
Andrew Gallup of the Psychology Department is the author of a book chapter that was accepted for publication in the edited volume Handbook of Women in Competition (Oxford University Press). The chapter, which will be available online in the upcoming weeks and in print in 2015, is entitled “Adolescent peer aggression and female reproductive competition” [...]
William Simons, History Department, is the author of “Yankee Manager Joe Torre: Proof that Sometimes Nice Guys Do Finish First.” The article appeared in the summer 2014 issue of Upstate Life Magazine.
On May 19, 2014, Orlando Legname, Music, used his sensors and electronic instruments to perform with the Alipio C. Neto instrumental jazz group at the Chez Adel in Paris, France. In Italy, Orlando gave two lectures titled Interactive Systems and the Augmented Conductor. On May 20, 2014. The lecture took place at the Conservatorio Santa [...]
Andrew Gallup of the Psychology Department is the lead author of a research paper that was accepted for publication in the open-access journal Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group). Co-authors on the paper include Andrew Chong and Iain Couzin of Princeton University and Alex Kacelnik and John Krebs of the University of Oxford. The paper is [...]
In June, Robert Green, a Music Industry and Philosophy student and Joseph Pignato, an Associate Professor in the Music Department presented a panel discussion titled “Student Faculty Dialogs: Experiences in a Jam Band Program” at the annual conference of the Association for Popular Music education held on the campus of the University of Southern California’s [...]
Veronica Diver, ALS, has been elected President of Oneonta Toastmasters for the 2014—2015 year, which begins on July 1st. Oneonta Toastmasters meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondays each month at 6:00 p.m. in the Elm Park Church meeting room. For further information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cynthia Falk, Cooperstown Graduate Program, was a featured speaker at the National Barn Alliance meeting in Syracuse on June 14, 2014. Her talk has based on her book Barns of New York, published by Cornell University Press in 2012. CGP alumni Bob Sherman and Craig Williams also presented their research on house-barns and the Erie Canal respectively.
Andrew Gallup of the Psychology Department co-authored a research paper with Omar Tonsi Eldakar of Nova Southeastern University that has just been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Aquatic Insects. The paper is entitled “Mate disruption in the water strider, Aquaris remigis Say, 1832 (Hemiptera: Gerridae)” and will be available in an upcoming issue [...]