Enrollment Management has 3-ring binders to give away, anyone interested please call 436-2158, or stop by Netzer 114.
Alanna Rudzik (Anthropology) has co-authored a study protocol entitled “Optimizing life success through residential immersive life skills programs for youth with disabilities: study protocol of a mixed-methods, prospective, comparative cohort study” for work with Amy C. McPherson, Gillian A. King and colleagues on the Ontario Independence Program Research team. The protocol appeared in BMC Pediatrics 16(1) and is available through Open Access at https://bmcpediatr.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12887-016-0694-7.
TRS offers seminars year round, in specific locations across the state. Many retirees wish they began focusing on financial and retirement planning much earlier in their lives. The truth is, no matter how far along you are in your career, careful financial and retirement planning are critical. TRS’ Pension and Retirement Education Program (PREP) is designed for YOU! The sooner you attend, the sooner you will be better able to plan appropriately for your future. For details, go to: https://www.nystrs.org/Retirement-Planning/Pension-Retirement-Education-Program
“Dr. Trang Tran, Assistant Professor of Marketing, attended the Society of Marketing Advances Conference in Atlanta, GA from November 2 to November 5, 2016 where his co-authors and he had two papers accepted. The first paper was entitled “Personalized Advertising: How Do E-Retailers Strengthen Brand Relationship on Facebook?” and the second “How Personalized Advertising Affects Equity of Brands Advertised on Facebook? A Mediation Mechanism”. Both papers focused on investigating how customers respond to personalized ads posted on Facebook, but each paper examined different seminal constructs. He was also session chair of two sessions “The Role of Social Media in Brand and Company Communications” and “Brand Attachment and Trust” as well as co-chair of the Product & Brand Management track of this conference.”
John Relethford, Anthropology, has published a chapter entitled “Biological anthropology, population genetics, and race” in The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Race, edited by Naomi Zack (Oxford University Press, 2017, pp. 160-169). This chapter provides a brief review of patterns of global genetic variation in the human species, how this variation reflects the evolutionary history of the human species, and the problems with using biological race for understanding human genetic variation.
We would like to thank the campus community for the outpouring of support following the loss of our son, grandson, and nephew, Edward A. McKinley III. Your donations, cards, messages, thoughts and prayers have been a comfort to us during this most difficult time. We appreciate everyone’s support and feel blessed to be part of such a caring community.