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Entrepreneurship faculty and student present at economic development conference

October 13, 2011

Gary Palin, executive director of the Doherty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and senior lecturer of entrepreneurship; Alexa Carlin, an entrepreneurship and finance double major; and Laura Zavelson, adjunct lecturer of entrepreneurship in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business, presented Oct. 10 at the University Economic Development Association Conference in Indianapolis.

Buffie Longmire-Avital delivers lecture at UNC-Greensboro

October 13, 2011

Buffie Longmire-Avital, assistant professor of psychology, presented her research findings on sexual partner selection among black American women at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro's Developmental Brown Bag series on Oct. 7.

David Neville publishes article in The Language Educator

October 12, 2011

David Neville, assistant professor of German and director of language-learning technologies, has published the article "The Future of Language Education: Facilitating Collaboration Through Technology” in the most recent issue of The Language Educator.

Tom Erdmann publishes CD review

October 10, 2011

Thomas Erdmann, professor of music, recently published a review of pianist Louise Denson's CD, "The Flame Tree."

Michelle Ferrier explores history using a 3-D virtual environment

October 10, 2011

How can 3-D environments enhance the storytelling of the African-American experience? Dr. Michelle Ferrier, associate professor in the School of Communications, explored this question Friday, Oct. 7 at the Association for the Study of African American Life and History conference in Richmond, Va.

Toddie Peters co-edits volume on Undergraduate Research in Religious Studies

October 10, 2011

Associate Professor of Religious Studies Toddie Peters co-edited a volume on undergraduate research titled "Teaching Undergraduate Research in Religious Studies," which offers an introduction to the philosophy and practice of undergraduate research in religious studies and takes up several significant ongoing questions related to it.