Here are the latest scholarly accomplishments from the School of Science.
|Louise Freeman, associate professor of psychology
Served on a study section reviewing grants on neural processes underlying sex differences related to risk and resilience for mental illness for the National Institute for Mental Health, June, Washington, D.C.
|Nadine Gergel-Hackett, assistant professor of physics
An invited article, “Memristors with Flexible Electronic Applications,” June issue of The Proceedings of the IEEE, the most highly-cited general interest journal in electrical engineering and computer science.
Here are the latest scholarly accomplishments from the School of Social Sciences, Business, and Global Studies.
|Daniel Metraux, professor of Asian studies
A chapter, “The Soka Gakkai and Human Security,” published in Religion and Human Security, Oxford University Press.A chapter, “The Buddhist Teachings of Nichiren,” accepted for publication in The Buddhist World, Routledge Press.
A seminar, “Vermont in the Civil War,” Greensboro Vermont Historical Society, July.
|Carey Usher, assistant professor of sociology
A paper, “Where Every Student Counts: Segmentation Analysis of First-Year Retention at a Small College,” the 2012 Virginia National Academic Advising Association Conference, Richmond.
|Bob Klonoski, assistant professor of business administration
Successfully defended his dissertation, “Family Friendly Work Benefits in the United States: Origins and Directions, 1973–2011,” University of Maryland, August.
| Colonel Melissa Patrick, deputy commandant of VWIL
A panelist for Senator Mark Warner’s Women’s Conference at the panel “We’ve Come a Long Way,” October 13, Roanoke.