February 2019

Jennifer Atkinson speaks on "Climate Depression and Environmental Angst"

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AS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson spoke at Muhlenberg College's Center for Ethics event seriesThe Ethics of the Anthropocene: Crisis Earth. Her talk on "Climate Depression and Environmental Angst" explored the complex emotional and ethical issues faced by the Climate Generation, offering strategies for students, educators, and activists to stay engaged in environmental justice work over the long run. Both her lecture and ...

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Lauren Lichty co-edits special issue of Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice

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IAS faculty member Lauren Lichty co-edited a two-volume special issue of the Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice titled, “Developing Undergraduate Community Psychology Pedagogy and Research Practice” with Eylin Palamaro-Munsell (Northern Arizona University) and Jen Wallin-Ruschman (College of Idaho). Lichty was lead ...

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Kyra Laughlin presents "Strategies for Engaging Student Survivors in Campus Efforts to Address Sexual Violence"

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M.A. in Policy Studies (MAPS) student Kyra Laughlin traveled to Washington D.C. last month for the 2019 National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Strategies for Sexual Assault Prevention and Response conference. While there, Laughlin held a round table discussion titled "Strategies for Engaging Student Survivors in Campus Efforts to Address Sexual Violence" to an audience of ...

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Julie Shayne organizes panel on the lecturer track/tenure track hierarchy

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IAS faculty member, and Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) coordinator, Julie Shayne, was asked to organize a panel discussion about the lecturer track/tenure track hierarchy at this year's Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) conference in Denver, Colorado. Her session was called “Upsetting the Tenure/Non-Tenure Track Hierarchy: An Interactive Conversation” and it was based on a blog post she wrote for ...

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Sara Maxwell's research highlighted in the Washington Post

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IAS faculty member Sara Maxwell is quoted in a Washington Post article on using advances in data analysis to inform regulation of the fishing industry in the interests of protecting endangered species. Addressing the current state of regulatory practice, Maxwell says: "The whole structure is antiquated. It assumes a level of stability that is definitely not happening ... The climate is changing. Fisheries are not prepared." Read the full article:

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