Megan J. Myers, Associate Professor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures has published an article in the Journal of Haitian Studies. The article is entitled, “¿Cómo no publicarlas?”: Looking Beyond Editora Taller’s Trio of Haitian-Authored Novels.” Myers, Megan Jeanette. “¿Cómo no publicarlas?”: Looking Beyond Editora Taller’s Trio of Haitian-Authored Novels.” Journal of Haitian … Continue reading Megan Myers publishes article in Journal of Haitian Studies
Abram Anders has been honored as a recipient of the Association for Business Communication’s Outstanding Article in International Journal of Business Communication Award. His article, Human-Centered Leadership Development: A Communication-Based Approach for Promoting Authentic and Transformational Leadership, can be viewed here. A list of other awardees can be found on the association’s website.
Michèle A Schaal, associate professor of French in the department of World Languages and Cultures and Women’s and Gender Studies recently published “Une Affirmation politique: Despentes essayiste.” in Irish Journal of French Studies 22.1 (2022): pages 73-97.
Otávio Bartalotti and Brent Kreider (Economics) received a competitive award of $40,000 from the National Bureau of Economic Research, funded by the Social Security Administration, for their project “Covid‐19 Pandemic Effects on the Composition of the Population with Disabilities and Implications for Social Security Policy.” Steven Dieterle at University of Edinburgh is a collaborator.