Professor Constance Wagner, Writing Program Director, has had three short stories included in the e-book anthology When the House Whispers: A Hallowe’en Anthology, published by Oloris Press.
Dr. Dawn Nelson had her co-authored article (with M. Catral, P. Ford, P.E. Harris, and S.J. Miller), entitled “Generalizing Zeckendorf ’s Theorem: The Kentucky Sequence,” published in the Fibonacci Quarterly (52 , no. 5, 68–90). A link to the article can be found here.
Dr. William Luhr, Professor of English, was a keynote speaker at a public symposium, Game of Thrones: Hierarchy and Violence, sponsored by the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and presented at the Scottsdale Civic Center Library, Scottsdale, AZ, on September 19th, 2015. Made possible by a grant from the Arizona Humanities organization, Dr. […]
Prof. Constance Wagner, Director of the Writing Program, spoke at several panels within the Tolkien Track at this year’s DragonCon — a gathering of fantasy and science fiction fans, writers, artists and scholars. Her discussion topics at different talks covered the evolution of J.R.R. Tolkien’s writing process for The Lord of the Rings and also […]
Dr. Valera Hascup, Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing, presented a poster paper on Cultural Beliefs, Practices, and Experiences of Mexican American Women during the Postpartum Period at the Second Cultural Inclusion Institute Conference, sponsored by the University of Texas and held in Orlando, Florida, June 29-30.
Saint Peter’s University in collaboration with Montclair State University was awarded funding for Opening Pathways, Engaging, and Networking in Chemistry in Northern New Jersey (OPEN-NJ) through the National Science Foundation. OPEN-NJ is a program that offers Saint Peter’s students $10,000 a year while enrolled in Montclair State University’s graduate program. Qualified students are those who […]
Ed Moskal, Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Sciences, presented a paper, entitled “A Model for Establishing a Cybersecurity Center of Excellence,” at the 2014 ISECON Conference (November 2014). It received a “Meritorious Paper Award” and will be published in the Information Systems Education Journal (ISEDJ) in November 2015 (Vol. 13. No. 6. ISSN 1545-679X).
Dr. Eileen P. Flynn, Professor of Theology, had an article, entitled “A Primer on the Vatican Bank,” published in The Montreal Review (May 2015).
On Wednesday, April 22 Saint Peter’s University faculty gathered in The Theresa and Edward O’Toole Library for an event to honor Saint Peter’s faculty who have had their work published anytime between March 2013 and February 2015. A sampling of the publications are currently on display in the library. Presenters at the event included Nicole […]
Dr. Michael Held, Professor of Biology (along with co-authors, Dr. Joe Winstead, Southern Arkansas University, and Dr. William Bryant, Thomas More College) presented a paper entitled “Long-Term Recovery Dynamics of a Tornado-Damaged Forest in Boone County, Kentucky” at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists held this past April in Chattanooga, Tennessee.