Christopher Anderson, professor of political sciences, was quoted in an October 24 Press & Sun-Bulletin article regarding the use of advertisements by three local Democratic candidates for town office.
Thomas Brunell, assistant professor of political sciences, was quoted in the Press & Sun-Bulletin October 16 regarding political ads that are used during the campaigning process to target specific regions.
Lois Einhorn, professor of English, was quoted by the Press & Sun-Bulletin October 26 regarding the effect of television debates on voter choice.
Deborah A. Elliston, assistant professor of anthropology was quoted extensively in a November 22 article, “Practices, Identities, and Desires” in the Chronicle of Higher Education. The article discusses Elliston’s article in a newly published anthology, Out In Theory: The Emergence of Lesbian and Gay Anthropology. The Chronicle’s exhibit at the recent American Anthropological Association’s annual conference in New Orleans also featured the article and the anthology.
Anthony King, professor of art history, was quoted in the October 25 edition of the Indonesian newspaper, Jakarta Post. The paper discussed King’s participation in a public debate about government-funded public works projects in the city.
Tim Lowenstein, professor of geology, was quoted in an article, “Inconstant Ancient Seas and Life’s Path,” in the November 8 issue of Science. The article discusses the work of several other scientists who have independently confirmed Loweinstein’s research on the changing composition of sea water over time, based on samples of ancient water trapped in rocks when compared to the composition of modern sea water.
Dale Madison, professor of biological sciences, was quoted in the November 15 Press & Sun-Bulletin regarding the fear local scientists have that the hell-bender salamander may be dying out.
Patricia Rourke, adjunct assistant professor of psychology, was quoted in an October 26 Press & Sun-Bulletin story regarding the role parent’s play in encouraging the spirit of volunteerism. Julian Shepherd, associate professor of biological sciences, was quoted in the October 10 Press & Sun-Bulletin regarding the increased number of mosquitoes in the Southern Tier that tested positive for the West Nile Virus this year.
Michael M. Horowitz, who has advised governments around the world on how development projects affect native people and their environment, was named a distinguished professor by the SUNY Board of Trustees on Tuesday.