Faculty Research and Sponsored Programs Monthly Archives: September 2014

WeiDong Zhu, Physics Program, Applied Science and Technology

WeiDong Zhu, Associate Professor, and one of his student researchers, Prajwal Niraula, have published an article entitled “The Missing Modes of Self-Organization in Cathode Boundary Layer Discharge in Xenon” in the journal Plasma Source Science and Technology (PSST).

Fatima Shaik, Communication and Media Culture

Fatima Shaik, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication and Media Culture, spoke at a recent rally—representing the PEN American Center’s (PEN) Children and Young Adult Committee—bringing attention to the continuing need to provide and ensure open access to the internet and “preserve net neutrality” for the sake, in her own words, of “children’s literacy, for adult […]

Daniel Wisneski, Psychology

Daniel Wisneski, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, co-authored an article “Morality in Everyday Life” published in the journal Science (September 2014, Vol. 345, No. 6202, pp. 1340-1343. The research work described focused on “the science of morality” and “assessed moral or immoral acts in a large sample using ecological momentary assessment.” It was profiled […]

Nickolas Kintos, Mathematics

Nickolas Kintos, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, co-authored an article published in the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Journal of Applied Dynamical Systems: “A Modeling Exploration of How Synaptic Feedback to Descending Projection Neurons Shapes the Activity of an Oscillatory Network” (Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 1239-1269). The paper’s abstract can be found […]

Mary Kate Naatus—Business Administration

Mary Kate Naatus, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, received a “Best Paper Award” at the 2014 Business and Applied Sciences Academy of North America International Conference (held at Ramapo College, NJ in June) for her paper entitled “Impact of Yelp on Small Businesses.”