Button Menu

Faculty and staff news roundup - July 20, 2021 

Woman walks on campus behind fountain and flowers Brittney Way
Discover More

President Lori S. White was quoted by the Chronicle of Higher Education in its report, “Building Diverse Campuses: 4 Key Questions and 4 Case Studies.”

Landscapes of Slavery in Africa,” a book edited by Lydia Marshall, the Edward Myers Dolan professor of anthropology, was published recently. Marshall also recently reviewed “What Is a Slave Society? The Practice of Slavery in Global Perspective,” a collection of case studies of slavery across the world, for the African Archaeological Review.

Philips Akinwole, postdoctoral scholar and assistant professor of biology, is the co-author, along with three biology students, of the article “Spatio-temporal variations in the physiological profiles of streambed bacterial communities: implication of wastewater treatment plant effluents,” published July 17 in World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. The student co-authors are Sophia Atkinson ’22, Madeline Draper ’22 and Amerti Guta ’23. The authors thanked Wendy Tomamichel, biology laboratory manager, and Beth Wilkerson, Geographic Information Systems specialist, for their assistance.

Jeff McCall, communications professor, was quoted by Fox News July 17 in “CNN boss Jeff Zucker, former king of morning shows, can’t fix ‘New Day’ disaster” and “9/11 victims’ families outraged over media claims Capitol riot was worse ‘to score points politically.’” He was quoted by iHeartMedia July 19 in “A Matter of Trust: Media Confidence Craters.”

Search Stories

  • Share
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
  • Email