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Erik Shonstrom Publishes for Children and Nature Network






The Children & Nature Network is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to fuel the worldwide grassroots movement to reconnect children with nature. Core Assistant Professor Erik Shonstrom‘s article, Sensory Curiosity: The Key to a Child’s Exploration of the Natural World, appears in the Network’s online magazine, The New Nature Movement (February 9, 2016). Erik’s article […]

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Student’s Core Paper Accepted at National Undergrad Conference






In Erik Shonstrom‘s Bodies class (Core 240) last semester, one of his second-year students, Emily Kueppers, wrote a brilliant embodiment project paper and submitted it to an undergraduate conference at the University of Mississippi, the Isom Student Gender Conference. The paper was accepted, unsurprisingly, as Kueppers clearly was committed to writing an important, compelling narrative.  Here […]

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Cyndi Brandenburg Publishes Essay in The Scientist






Hot off the press! An opinion piece by Associate Professor (Core) Cyndi Brandenburg, Scientific Literacy Redefined (February 1, 2016) appears in The Scientist, a magazine aimed at science professionals and academics that focuses on cell and molecular biology, genetics and other life sciences. The tagline for the essay reads: “researchers could become better at engaging in public discourse […]

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Barbara Colombo Publishes Article on Neurostimulation and Creative Thinking






EHS Division Associate Professor Barbara Colombo has published in the latest volume of Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. Her article, The Combined Effects of Neurostimulation and Priming on Creative Thinking. A Preliminary tDCS Study on Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex, explores the role of the prefrontal cortex in creative thinking through transcranial direct-current stimulation and measurments of psychological activation using biofeedback. […]

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Champlain Teaching Librarians Publish in this Month’s Journal of Information Literacy






Sean Leahy and Alan Carbery have just had their paper on evidence-based instruction published in the latest issue of Journal of Information Literacy. This peer-reviewed article outlines Champlain’s first foray into librarian-led, rubric-based assessment using first-year Core common assignments. This has led to our Teaching Librarians’ most recent work with this year’s artifact assessment developmental rubric for the […]

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