Faculty in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences frequently present their work at professional conferences and meetings as well as in classrooms and community settings. Recent presentations include:

Amanda Licastro was as a guest speaker in two sections of Clotile Galbraith’s education course on teaching reading. She presented on digital reading techniques.

Nanette Tamer gave a presentation to our MSCHE Steering Committee about the view from the other side: how she became a visiting team member, how team members are assigned, how team members are paired as first and second investigators for each standard, and other aspects.

Cheryl Wilson presented “Social Dance Anxiety” at the 2016 North American Victorian Studies Association Conference

Lauri Weiner, President of the Tau Alpha Upsilon National Human Services Honor Society, presented at the national conference on how to start a chapter and also conducted an induction ceremony at the conference.

Ingrid Tulloch presented research with three students at the annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS).

Jamie Goodall presented “Tippling houses, rum shops and taverns: how alcohol fueled informal commercial networks and knowledge exchange in the West Indies” at the New York University Atlantic Workshop in May 2016.