Kudos to Pilar Melero, associate professor of languages and literatures, whose book, "Mythological Constructs of Mexican Femininity," was published by Palgrave.
Kudos to Jo Ann Oravec, professor of information technology and supply chain management, who spoke at the Asian Conference on the Social Sciences, Sociology, and Globalization in Asia, Aug. 24-26, in Hiroshima, Japan. Her paper is titled "Cultural and Social Shifts in Academic Collaboration, Intellectual Interaction, and Knowledge Production in Higher Education in an Era of 'Big Data.'" She was also a featured speaker at the Inaugural Conference on Psychology for Sustainability (also in Hiroshima), presenting her research on "virtual hoarding."
Kudos to Manuel Ossers, professor of languages and literatures, whose article "(Casi) no existe la literatura dominicana... en las antologías de literatura hispanoamericana" ["Dominican Literature (Almost) does not Exist... in the Anthologies of Hispanic American Literature,"] was published in LEANRANLE: Journal of the North American Academy of the Spanish Language. Volume IV, Number 7, (2015).