Leslie Ginder, student and employer relations coordinator in Liberal Arts and Sciences Career Services, was selected to present at the Career Professionals of Iowa (CPI) conference July 14-15, 2022. Her presentation is titled “Ableism, Disclosure, and Accommodations: Action and Information for Career Services Professionals.” The CPI conference is an opportunity to share best practices and … Continue reading Leslie Ginder selected to present at Career Professionals of Iowa conference
Douglas Gentile, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, weaves psychological science with Buddhist philosophy and anecdotes to help people break negative patterns and engage more fully with the present.
Deb Marquart, Iowa State University Distinguished Professor of English, appeared on Iowa Public Radio’s “Talk of Iowa” program on May 24. Marquart spoke with host Charity Nebbe about her new book, “The Night We Landed on the Moon: Essays Between Exile & Belonging.” To listen to the broadcast, visit this Iowa Public Radio site.
Assistant Professor of Theatre Cason Murphy recently presented virtually at two international conferences, sharing research into theatrical and pedagogical innovation during the past two years of the pandemic. Murphy was one of a select group of scholars invited to present their research at the one-day “Global Snapshot: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Media, Performativity, and Global Communities” … Continue reading Cason Murphy presents research at two international conferences
James T. Andrews, University Professor in the Department of History, and Margaret R. LaWare, associate professor of English, co-edited a book that will be published later this spring. “Art and the Global City” is based on an international conference at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (November 2019). The book brings together scholars … Continue reading James T. Andrews and Margaret R. LaWare publish book
Craig Anderson’s latest research is the subject of a Forbes Magazine article. Anderson is a Distinguished Professor in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and professor of psychology. The article, “Does laughing at TV violence mean you have a dark personality? New psychological research weighs in,” examines the connections between watching violent media, finding … Continue reading Craig Anderson’s research featured in Forbes Magazine