“Kawergosk: Home Made Of Cloth” Brings Stories Of Syrian Refugees To The U.S.
“Kawergosk: Home Made Of Cloth” Brings Stories Of Syrian Refugees To The U.S.
“Kawergosk: Home Made of Cloth,” a short documentary about Kurdish Syrian refugees by Elizabeth Wuerffel, MFA, assistant professor of art, Fulbright Scholar and alumnus Saddam Al-Zubaidi, and...
Trends In Japanese Media And Tourism
Trends In Japanese Media And Tourism
Jeni Prough, Ph.D., associate professor of humanities and East Asian studies, unpacks media and tourism industries surrounding Japanese culture, both past and...
A Romantic Voice In 19th- Century European Literature(s)
A Romantic Voice In 19th- Century European Literature(s)
Carlos Miguel- Pueyo, Ph.D. associate professor of foreign languages and literatures, continues studies in European Romanticism(s), focusing on the “Romanticism” of Enrique Gil y Carrasco’s...
Writings Of The Medieval German Era
Writings Of The Medieval German Era
Sarah DeMaris, Ph.D., professor of German, continues her research of late medieval German writings authored for and by women of the Dominican...
When Increased Vaccinations Lead To Risky Behavior
When Increased Vaccinations Lead To Risky Behavior
Daniel Maxin, Ph.D. associate professor of mathematics, uncovers how treatments and vaccinations may have an adverse effect on the risk behaviors of populations exposed to a specific...
Telepractice In Consulting Psychology
Telepractice In Consulting Psychology
Stewart Cooper, Ph.D., director of counseling services and professor of psychology, explores the growing telepractice trends in consulting...
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