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  • History Good News: Fall 2021

    With the semester nearing its end, it’s time to celebrate the good news that #bsuhistory has to share! __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Faculty On September 25, 2021, Dr. Dorshele Stewart gave the keynote speech at the College of Sciences and Humanities celebration of Dean’s List students. Dr. Emily Suzanne Johnson She reviewed The Eyes of Tammy Faye movie […]

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  • To prevent and protect: Emergency Management and Homeland Security students equipped to serve their communities

      “Imagine this example scenario: A train carrying hazardous chemicals derails near downtown and releases its contents. How does a response team protect the local population from exposure? How do they mobilize to effectively detect, contain, and clean up the material? How do they decontaminate citizens in a timely manner?”  – Department of Environment, Geology, […]

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  • Dr. David Bwambok joins BSU Chemistry faculty

    Meet Dr. David Bwambok Dr. David Bwambok will be joining the College of Sciences and Humanities  faculty this fall as a new professor in the Department of  Chemistry.   Where do you call home? I was born and raised in Kenya. My hometown in the Kenyan highlands has earned the name “source of champions” in […]

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  • The Biology Department is Brimming with Accomplishments

    The faculty and students in the Biology Department are world-class researchers and scholars. We love to share and celebrate their accomplishments.   Kathleen L. Foster, Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Kathleen L. Foster and her collaborator from Purdue University Fort Wayne have just been awarded an NSF-Simons Pilot Project Program Grant from the NSF-Simons Center for Quantitative Biology […]

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  • Sociology Celebrations 2020-2021

    Dr. Mellisa Holtzman                             Congratulations to Dr. Mellisa Holtzman on the publication of her qualitative study, “Bystander Intervention Training: Does it Increase Perceptions of Blame for Nonintervention?” in the journal Sociological Inquiry. The study examines the degree to which college students hold bystanders accountable for preventing sexual assault.   Check out the abstract to her article!   John Anderson               Congratulations to […]

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    History Good News: Spring 2021

    As this academic year comes to a close, join us in celebrating the accomplishments of our faculty and alumni in the History Department! To see some student good news, check out our blog post congratulating our scholarship and award recipients.  Faculty Dr. Nicole Etcheson published “‘When Women Do Military Duty’: The Civil War’s Impact on Woman Suffrage,” […]

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    Modern Languages & Classics Good News: 2020

    It’s time to celebrate some good news from the Department of Modern Languages and Classics. Faculty Ellen Thorington has an article on the early fifteenth-century author Christine de Pizan coming out in Genèse(s) et filiation(s) chez Christine de Pizan, published in Paris through Garnier.  Students Drew Shaeffer has committed to Indiana University’s graduate program for […]

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