Archive for Shanon Nowell

Faculty Spotlight: Lynnea Myers

Lynnea Myers (Nursing) did a virtual presentation for the Roots of Autism and ADHD Annual Conference at the Center for Neurodevelopmental Disorders at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden in January 2021. The title of her talk was “Does the Face Predict the Brain.”

Faculty Spotlight: Dwight Stoll

Dwight Stoll (Chemistry) published an article in the Journal of Chromatography, A entitled: “Numerical and experimental investigation of analyte breakthrough from sampling loops used for multi-dimensional liquid chromatography.” Coauthors included Gustavus staff scientist Thomas Lauer, and collaborators from the Free University of Brussels in Belgium.

Faculty Spotlight: Ursula Lindqvist

Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) served as expert moderator for a public Zoom webinar on January 12, 2021, titled “Race in the Colonial Past and Present” with Danish-Trinidadian artist Jeannette Ehlers and U.S. Virgin Islands artist La Vaughn Belle, co-creators of the monumental “I Am Queen Mary” public statue installed in front of the Danish West […]

Faculty Spotlight: Lynnea Myers

Lynnea Myers (Nursing), along with colleagues from the Karolinska Institute (Stockholm, Sweden) and Nationwide Children’s Hospital (Columbus, Ohio) recently published an article titled “Actionable and incidental neuroradiological findings in twins with neurodevelopmental disorders” in Scientific Reports.

Faculty Spotlight: Kathy Lund Dean

Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) had two articles appear at the end of 2020. The first, titled “Premises, promises and perils of the Academic Potemkin Village,” was published in Management Learning, and argues for leveraging collaboration and consortia in higher education as one solution to financial distress. The second, titled “Experiential pedagogy and the […]

New Book for Dean Valerie Banschbach

Dean Valerie Banschbach has edited a book, Pipeline Pedagogy: Teaching about Energy and Environmental Justice Contestations, which is forthcoming from Springer Nature Publishers for 2021 release. The volume is co-edited by Jessica Rich. Banschbach also is co-author of a chapter in the book, entitled “The Pipeline Case: Cross-disciplinary Learning and Pedagogical Lessons from the Mountain […]

Faculty Spotlight: Sheng Yang

Sheng Yang (Economics and Management) was recently invited to join the Reviewer Board of the Journal of Risk and Financial Management. JRFM is an international peer-reviewed open access journal published by MDPI. It is ranked B in the 2019 ABDC Journal Quality List and has been indexed by a number of databases, including the Emerging […]

Faculty Spotlight: Yurie Hong

Yurie Hong (Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies) was the Graduate Forum invited speaker at University of Wisconsin-Madison and presented a public lecture entitled “Between Appreciation and Complicity: A Korean-American take on the Homeric Hymn to Demeter, Arranged Marriage, and Women’s Honor.” She also led a graduate workshop on transferable skills and the connections between Classics […]

Faculty Spotlight: Julie Gilbert

Julie Gilbert (Library) was interviewed twice in November on KTOE. She first spoke about her work as a librarian and later returned to discuss her forthcoming young adult novel, Cemetery Songs, which will be released on December 15, 2020.

Faculty Spotlight: Betsy Byers

Betsy Ruth Byers (Art and Art History) will receive a $10,000 grant through Kolman and Pryor Gallery’s 10th anniversary initiative called the Project Space. Byers is among a group of five artists to receive the grants, which will provide them with funds, technical support, and exhibition space needed to create important projects that will significantly […]