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  1. Roselle publishes on strategic narratives

    Professor Laura Roselle of the Department of Political Science and Policy studies has co-edited a special issue of Politics and Governance on "Narratives of Global Order." 

  2. The Conversation: End-to-end encryption isn't enough security for 'real people'

    Professor of Computing Sciences Megan Squire writes about how a move to ban systems that totally encrypt messages from sender to recipient threatens access to the best security mechanisms. Originally published by The Conversation, the article has appeared in Scientific American, the San Francisco Chronicle, Phys.org and other media outlets. 

  3. Professor co-edits book on becoming critical teacher educators

    Assistant Professor of Education Julie Ellison Justice worked with F. Blake Tenore, teaching faculty and coordinator of English education at Florida State University on “Becoming Critical Teacher Educators: Narratives of Disruption, Possibility, and Praxis.” 

     

  4. Hutchings earns third U.S. patent

    The patent for Duke Hutchings, associate professor of computing sciences, relates to grouping and manipulating applications or windows on large- and multiple-display computer systems. 

  5. School of Health Sciences Faculty and Students publish research about human donors

    Doctor of Physical Therapy Education faculty Janet M. Cope and Mary Kay Hannah and Physician Assistant student Mackenzie Precht along with Physical Therapy students Amy Klinepeter and Brooke Powell recently published a manuscript about the use of human donors in PT anatomy education in the Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 

  6. DPT faculty and students publish research

    Doctor of Physical Therapy Education faculty Mary Kay Hannah and Janet M. Cope and students Alec Palermo, Walker Smith and Val Wacker published a manuscript related to dry needling of the lumbar multifidus in Manual Therapy. 

  7. Scott Windham touts cultural approach to language teaching in article

    In the most recent issue of Teaching German, the associate professor of German provides evidence that serious, sustained cultural study in beginning and intermediate language courses increases student engagement, enrollment persistence and students’ perceptions of the importance of language proficiency.

  8. Valle publishes in Journal of Business Ethics

    Matthew Valle, Martha and Spencer Love Professor of Business and professor of management, has published the results of a multi-year analysis of the relationship between politics perceptions and unethical behavior.