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Cason Murphy published in internationally-renowned Shakespeare Bulletin journal

Cason Murphy, assistant professor of theatre, was recently published in Shakespeare Bulletin, with his performance review of a digital production of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” produced by Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival in the Winter 2021 volume of the journal. Shakespeare Bulletin is an internationally-renowned peer-reviewed quarterly journal which publishes articles at the cutting edge of … Continue reading Cason Murphy published in internationally-renowned Shakespeare Bulletin journal

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William Gallus explains extreme Dec. 15 weather in The Conversation article

William Gallus, professor in the Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences, published an article in The Conversation. The article “Hurricane-force wind gusts in Colorado, dust storms in Kansas, tornadoes in Iowa in December – here’s what fueled a day of extreme storms” delves into the powerful weather events that happened across a large swath of … Continue reading William Gallus explains extreme Dec. 15 weather in The Conversation article

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Tina Coffelt publishes book

Tina Coffelt, associate professor in the Department of English, has published a book, “Interpersonal Sexual Communications Across the Lifespan.” For additional information about the book, please visit the publisher’s website

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Katherine A. Rafferty, Tina Coffelt, Nicole Miller publish research in Western Journal of Communication

Three Iowa State faculty members have published their research in the Western Journal of Communication. The authors of the paper include, Katherine A. Rafferty, associate teaching professor in the Department of Psychology; Tina Coffelt, associate professor in the Department of English and Nicole Miller (’19 Communication Studies). Their paper, “Understanding Criteria that Predict Private Health … Continue reading Katherine A. Rafferty, Tina Coffelt, Nicole Miller publish research in Western Journal of Communication

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Chad Hart featured on PBS’s ‘Iowa Press’

Chad Hart, a professor in the Department of Economics, was featured on “Iowa Press,” a local public television program presented by Iowa PBS. During the roundtable, Hart discussed Iowa’s record corn crop, climate change and the federal government’s efforts to expand meat and poultry processing. The federal government recently dedicated $150 million to expanding small … Continue reading Chad Hart featured on PBS’s ‘Iowa Press’

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Futurity features research from Md Rafiul Islam, Audrey McCombs and Claus Kadelka

Research from experts in the Department of Statistics and the Department of Mathematics has been featured in the Futurity article “Comparing 17.5 million options shows CDC got COVID vaccine rollout right.” The article is based on the work of MD Rafiul Islam, a postdoc research associate in the Department of Mathematics; Audrey McCombs, a graduate … Continue reading Futurity features research from Md Rafiul Islam, Audrey McCombs and Claus Kadelka

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Audrey McCombs and Claus Kadelka publish article in The Conversation

Audrey McCombs, a Ph.D. candidate in ecology and statistics, and Claus Kadelka, assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics, have published an article in The Conversation. The article, “US vaccine rollout was close to optimal at reducing deaths and infections, according to a model comparing 17.5 million alternative approaches” summarizes the academic work and findings … Continue reading Audrey McCombs and Claus Kadelka publish article in The Conversation

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Steven Hall’s research featured in Yahoo News

Research published by Steven Hall, associate professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Organismal Biology, is the subject of a Yahoo News article. The article, “Climate scientists warn soil carbon storage could worsen global warming due to nitrous oxide emissions” covers a study which was published in the academic journal Proceedings of the National … Continue reading Steven Hall’s research featured in Yahoo News

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Douglas Gentile quoted in Washington Times

Douglas Gentile, a professor in the Department of Psychology, was quoted as an expert source in the Washington Times article, “Netflix’s ‘Squid Game’ sparks concern about violent impact on kids.”