Here are the latest scholarly achievements from the School of Arts, Humanities, and Renaissance Studies and the School of Science.
|Paul Callo, associate professor of biology
A paper, “Prolonged Spring Migration in the Red-eyed Vireo,” accepted for publication in the April issue of The Auk, an international journal of ornithology, presents the first description of the complete migratory pathway of the Red-eyed Vireo (a bird species found in a forest near you), in collaboration with colleagues at the Smithsonian Institution and York University in Toronto.
|Kristen Egan, assistant professor of English
An invited guest, BackStory with the American History Guys, a public radio program that airs on more than 100 public radio stations in 38 states, the episode “Rinse and Repeat: Cleanliness in America” aired locally on WMRA February 17.
|Sarah Kennedy, professor of English
Poems from her book The Gold Thread featured on Verse Daily, January 25, and Poetry Daily, February 16.
|Paul Menzer, director of the MLitt/MFA Program in Shakespeare and Performance
Awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities long-term fellowship to the Folger Shakespeare Library for 2013–14 to research a project tentatively called “Shakespeare, Anecdotally.”