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School of Humanities and Social Sciences News

Date: Dec 6, 2016

Faculty in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences are active in their academic fields.  Recent publications include:

Gerald Majer's creative nonfiction/essay "Le Squelette Joyeux" appears in the Summer 2016 issue of The Georgia Review.

Gerald Majer's short story "Eye of Tylor" appears in the October 2016 issue of The Yale Review.

Ingrid Tulloch and Larry Fort (senior psychology major) published a paper in Modern Psychological Science: Fort, L & Tulloch IK (2016) Behaviors of a captive Coenobita clypeatus in the presence of varying light stimuli. Modern Psychological Studies 21(2): 23-32.

Jamie Goodall's article "Tippling houses, rum shops and taverns: how alcohol fueled informal commercial networks and knowledge exchange in the West Indies" is forthcoming in the next issue of Journal for Maritime Research, a bi-annual publication of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London.

Alex Hooke published a book chapter, “Collaborations,” in Passion in Philosophy: Essays in Honor of Alphonso Lingis, Ed. Randolph C. Wheeler. Lanham, MA: Lexington Books, 2016. 65-76.

Graduating seniors in Stevenson's Human Services program were recognized on Monday night at a poster session and graduation celebration with faculty, friends, and family.  The students created posters about their experience with the field placement that serves as the capstone for the major.  Placements included Kennedy Krieger School, Department of Social Services, Red Cross, YMCA, and the Lisa Vogel agency.  For many of these students, the field placement helped them to realize their passions, and several of the placements have resulted in job opportunities for the students.  It was clear from talking with the students that Human Services is a diverse field but all the practitioners have one thing in common: a desire to care for and help others.  Many thanks to our dedicated Human Services faculty and best wishes to all of the graduates!

 
 
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