Charlene Christie (Psychology) has published a research article in the peer-reviewed journal Computers in Human Behavior. In her paper, “Evaluating peers in cyberspace: The impact of anonymity,” Dr. Christie demonstrates that the ways in which anonymity influences interpersonal evaluations in computer-mediated communications (CMC) is moderated by individual difference factors (such as self-esteem and social anxiousness). This [...]
Tami LaPilusa (Biology, School of Natural and Mathematical Sciences) presented an invited seminar titled “To catch a Crab: sequencing and surveying to sustain the land crab fishery in The Bahamas” at Elmira College on September 23, 2015 as part of the Elmira College Lecture Series in the Sciences.
Mette Harder (History, School of Social Science) published her article in a special edition of Annales historiques de la Révolution française. In her most recent article “‘Elle n’a pas même épargné ses membres !’ Les épurations de la convention nationale entre 1793 et 1795,” (“‘She did not even spare her own members!’ The purges of the [...]
Tyra A. Olstad, Geography Department and Environmental Science Program, published a creative non-fiction essay in the inaugural issue of GeoHumanities, a journal dedicated to cross-disciplinary scholarship and creative work. In “An Island, a Heron, Jim Harrison, and I: Reading Poetry in Place,” Olstad describes how her experience exploring a remote corner of Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska illuminates her experience reading Jim [...]
William Simons, History Department, published a book review of Dominican Baseball: New Pride, Old Prejudice by Alan Klein. The review appeared in the Summer 2015 issue of the Journal of Sport History,
Mark S. Ferrara, English, publishes in the peer-reviewed journal Interdisciplinary Literary Studies: A Journal of Criticism and Theory (Penn State University Press). In his essay “Bao-yu and the Second Self,” Ferrara demonstrates that numerous instances of pairing, mirroring, and doubling around protagonist Jia Bao-yu (in the eighteenth-century Chinese novel Dream of the Red Chamber, 红楼梦) serve to highlight a philosophical view of mutability grounded [...]
Robert Compton (ALS/POLS) made an invited presentation titled ,”From MDG to SDG: Practical and Research Implications” to development studies and global studies faculty and post-graduate students at Nottingham Trent University (NTU), Nottingham, UK on September 17, 2015 and explored future collaborative possibilities.
Janet Nepkie, Music Department, was an invited speaker at the Annual Conference of SUNY Career Development Officers on June 11, 2015. She led a panel discussion entitled “Teamwork between Career Services Professionals and Faculty.” Panelists included members of the University Faculty Senate Internship/Co-op Committee, which she chairs.
Paul Bischoff (Secondary Education), Paul French (Physics and Astronomy) and John Schaumloffel (Chemistry and Biochemistry) spent the week 0f 17-May-2015 in New York City with five of SUNY Oneonta’s Noyce Scholar Candidates. Funded by a grant to the college from the National Science Foundation, the goal of the Noyce Scholars Program is to prepare students to teach middle [...]
Dr. Fan Chen (Assistant Professor of Finance, School of Economics and Business) had his paper “Pre-trade Transparency in Over-the-Counter Markets” (co-authored with Zhuo Zhong) win the Best Paper Award at the 5th Behavioral Finance and Capital Markets Conference 8-10 September, 2015 in Adelaide, Australia. The conference is sponsored by the Pacific-Basin Finance Journal. The prize [...]