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Ravi Nath, PhD, professor of accounting, in the Heider College of Business, provides his expert opinion on current job market trends for recent college graduates.
Ernie Goss, PhD, who oversees the monthly Mid-American Economy survey, was recently interviewed by the Associated Press on the January highlights in their article “Midwest economy improving, but pandemic still taking a bite.”
Professor and Pharmacology and Neuroscience chair Peter Abel, PhD among team published in article, “Airway Relaxation Mechanisms and Structural Basis of Osthole for Improving Lung Function in Asthma,” the featured article in the journal Science Signaling
Noam Ebner, LLM, professor, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School, presented at the Association of American Law Schools' Annual Conference in January. His talk on “Twitter and Trust” was part of the AALS Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution's panel, which focused on “Effective Twitter Advocacy.”
Faculty members Anthony Kincaid, PT, PhD; Justin Tolman, PharmD, PhD,; and Harsh Chauhan, PhD, published "Characterization and Systemic Delivery of Dibenzoylmethane via the Intranasal Route" in the journal of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists, PharmSciTech.
Brian North, PhD, assistant professor, Department of Biomedical Sciences in the School of Medicine, has earned a two-year grant from the National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for his research "Characterizing Upstream Regulators of Glucosylceramide Metabolism for Parkinson's Disease and Lewy Body Dementia."
Palma Strand, JD, professor, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies in the Graduate School, recently published the essay, "Truth and reconciliation through dialogue and deliberation: Reflections from a racially divided America," in the inaugural edition of the Deliberative Democracy Digest.
Jennifer Moss Breen, PhD, associate professor and program director of the Interdisciplinary Leadership program co-authored a new book entitled, Effective Leadership for Overcoming ICT Challenges in Higher Education. The book gives insight into academic culture through the lens of educators in higher education.
Max Engel, PhD, assistant professor and program director in the Graduate School’s Master of Education in Secondary School Teaching program is co-author of “Why Inclusion Isn’t Coming, It Is Already Here: Catholic Schools and Inclusive Special Education” featured in the Journal of Catholic Education.
Shirley Blanchard, PhD, ABDA, OTR/L, FAOTA, professor of occupational therapy and medicine, has received board certification in physical rehabilitation from the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). This distinction has been accomplished by fewer than 1% of occupational therapists nationally.