Cortney Smith's Essay Featured
Visiting Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition Cortney Smith's co-authored essay published in Quarterly Journal of Speech was featured in Communication Currents, the National Communication Association’s online periodical for timely scholarship.
Emily Barton Contributes to Article
Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Emily Barton contributed to a Yahoo News article on the future of college education.
Allegra Hyde Publishes Short Story
Allegra Hyde, visiting assistant professor of creative writing, recently published her short story "Afterglow" in Guernica.
Bara Watts Writes Guest Blog about Innovation
Bara Watts, director of entrepreneurship, wrote a guest blog titled "The time to innovate is now" for Crain's Cleveland Business.
Robin Beth Schaer's Poem Chosen as Feature
Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Robin Beth Schaer's poem "Holdfast" was chosen by former U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith for a National Poetry Month feature on the Academy of American Poets' website.
Alice Blumenfeld's Poem Published
Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance Alice Blumenfeld's poem "Trajectories" was published online in Stance on Dance.
Andrea McAlister Gives Webinars on Teaching During COVID-19
Associate Professor of Piano Pedagogy Andrea McAlister gave two webinars for the Frances Clark Center for Keyboard Pedagogy on the topic of teaching during COVID-19. The webinars were titled "Teaching Collegiate Class Piano Online" and "Effective Teaching in Challenging Times and Beyond." McAlister also contributed to the special COVID-19 issue of Piano Magazine.
Roberto Hoyle and Helen He ’20 Publish
Assistant Professor of Computer Science Roberto Hoyle and Helen He ’20 published "Privacy and Activism in the Transgender Community" at the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Conference on Computer-Human Interaction.
Alice Blumenfeld Interviewed
Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance Alice Blumenfeld was interviewed on her artistic practice in flamenco as part of the Ohio Dance Virtual Festival.
Shari Rabin Gives Workshop
Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies and Religion Shari Rabin gave a training workshop on nineteenth-century Jewish migration for docents at the National Museum of American Jewish History.