David Peterson, Lucken Professor of Political Science in the Department of Political Science, and several undergraduate students including Eleanor Chalstrom, Hailey Stone, Dylan Miller, and Jonathan Zugay, have recently published two articles at the substack Tusk: Candidates got them feeling emotions Why isn’t Donald Trump doing better?
Dr. Lindsay Preseau, Assistant Professor of German Studies in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, published a chapter entitled “Linguistic Precarity in German Film: Discourses of Appropriateness in ‘German Class’ and ‘Welcome to Germany’” in the Bloomsbury edited volume “Representing Social Precarity in German Literature and Film.” Link: https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/representing-social-precarity-in-german-literature-and-film-9781501391491/
Michèle A Schaal, associate professor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures and Women’s and Gender Studies, has a featured interview published with French author Claire Legendre in a special issue of Women in French Studies “Voix et voies des marges / Margins: Voices and Pathways”, co-edited with Arline Cravens (Saint Louis University) and … Continue reading Michèle Schaal featured in Women in French Studies
Tess Neal, associate professor in the Department of Psychology has been named Editor-in-Chief of the quarterly journal, Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, published by the American Psychological Association. This is a six-year role with the journal, which will also see the cover of the journal change to one of Iowa State University’s signature colors.
Burak Senel, a Ph.D. student in Applied Linguistics and Technology in the Department of English, recently published a series of modules on using Chat GPT entitled Successful Use of ChatGPT in the Classroom. The series can be found at https://us.sagepub.com/en-us/nam/successful-use-of-chatgpt-in-the-classroom-series.