Tag Archives: Publication

Lindsey Godwin Co-authors New Book

The Advances in Appreciative Inquiry series (refereed and published by Emerald) advocates a science of positive human organization, positive relationships and positive modalities of change, in order to create world benefit for individuals, organizations and communities. It is committed to the advancement of Appreciative Inquiry as an approach to organizational and human development, and as an interdisciplinary, non-deficit […]

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Adam Rosenblatt Publishes in Boston Review

Exhuming Equality: The Forensics of Human Rights Adam Rosenblatt Boston Review, December 02, 2013 All around the world, from Libya to Spain to Bosnia-Herzegovina, we are digging up the dead. In this haunting piece, Core Professor Adam Rosenblatt writes about efforts underway around the world to locate and identify the bodies of some of the […]

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John Pile Publishes Book on 2D Graphics

Congratulations to John Pile,  Assistant Professor, Division of Information Technology & Sciences, on the publication of his book, 2D Graphics Programming for Games, published by CRC Press. The book is now available at various retailers worldwide in both print and electronic formats. http://www.2dgraphicsprogramming.com/purchase/

Champlainers publish article in “College Teaching”

Hot off the press! The journal College Teaching has published an article, “Promoting a Deliberative and Active Citizenry: Developing Traditional First Year College Student Political Engagement,” by John Stroup, Hadley Bunting, Kyle Dodson, Miriam Horne and Julian Portilla. Congratulations to all! ABSTRACT: In this study, we examine the impact of a curriculum designed to increase […]

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Newest Edition of the Foodways Journal “Digest”

Michael Lange, PhD, Associate Professor in the Core, announces the publication of the most recent volume of Digest. This academic journal of foodways and culture is published through the joint efforts and resources of Memorial University in Newfoundland and Champlain College. It has exciting articles, reviews, research notes, and interesting tidbits about food and culture, […]

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