Dr. Denney published his textbook (alongside co-author Dr. Allen Copenhaver) Media & Crime: Contemporary Issues with Kendall Hunt publishing.
· Crime Construction and Real-World Effects
· Crime Perceptions and Fear of Crime
Dr. Denney presented his most recent research “Autism Spectrum Disorder Awareness, Advocacy, and Information (or the lack thereof?) on Law Enforcement Websites with his co-author Dr. Allen Copenhaver at the annual Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
Rob Verchick's new book, "The Octopus in the Parking Garage" was recently featured in the Financial Times in an article about notable new books relating to climate and the environment.
In the wake of the catastrophic train derailment and subsequent chemical spill in East Palestine,
Prof. Robert Verchick appeared on WWL on February 27th to advocate for modern rail safety measures.
Dr. Jamileh Beik Mohammadi, an Assistant Professor and the Associate Chair of the Physics Department, has received the 2023 Faculty Senate Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Come listen to Dr. Angeline Dukes give her talk titled Bridging Identities as an Addiction Neuroscientist and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leader on February 9th 12:30 - 1:30 in Monroe 410. Lunch will also be served.
Dr. Madison Silverstein, Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences has expanded her research to address the psychological effects of the COVID pandemic and how it has impacted those with pre-existing mental and physical health issues, as well as now supervising a student’s research regarding the residual cognitive 'fog' that COVID sufferers have reported.
Dr. Rob Verchick will be going on tour in 2023 to promote his new book, “The Octopus in the Parking Garage: A Call for Climate Resilience.”
View the schedule below, or visit his website for more info: robverchick.com
NEW ORLEANS, LA
March 9-11, 2023
New Orleans Book Festival
MENLO PARK, CA
April 12, 2023, 7:00pm
(in conversation with Angie Coiro)
Kepler's Books and Magazines
ENVA's Dr. Paul Barnes was recently awarded the Jon T. Altschul Senate Award for Excellence in Community Engagement. He received this award for his work with the United Nations Environment Effects Panel (UNEP) in support of the Montreal Protocol.The EEAP consists of about 50 scientists from around the world and provides regular reports on the state of the science on the effects of ozone depletion and climate change on human health and the environment. As the lead author of the Terrestrial Ecosystems Working Group within the EEAP, Dr.
Dr. Marcus Kondkar appears on NPR’s “Your Call,” to discuss the Visiting Room Project, an initiative he founded that invites people to sit face-to-face with men serving life without the possibility of parole.