Jane Cushman, Assistant Professor; Jodelle Magner, Assistant Professor; and Susan McMillen, Associate Professor, Mathematics

Jane Cushman, assistant professor, Jodelle Magner, assistant professor, and Susan McMillen, associate professor, Mathematics, presented “P3: Property-Opoly and Other Powerful Preservice Field Experiences” at the fifth annual TEAM-Math Conference, held at Tuskegee University, in Tuskegee, Alabama, September 4–6. The presentation highlighted the field experiences of the presenters’ mathematics education majors as they progress from an early field experience course through methods of teaching mathematics courses.


Roger Firestien, Lecturer, International Center for Studies in Creativity

Roger Firestien, lecturer, International Center for Studies in Creativity, presented the keynote address, “Leading on the Creative Edge,” to about 200 members of the Northeastern Economic Developers Association Conference at the Adam’s Mark Hotel on September 22.


Kimberly Hart, Assistant Professor, Anthropology

Kimberly Hart, assistant professor, Anthropology, received research grants from the American Research Institute in Turkey and the Institute of Turkish Studies to support her summer ethnographic work in western Turkey on piety and Islamic modernity.


Marguerite Knowles, Assistant Professor, Communication

Marguerite Knowles, assistant professor, Communication, will present her short documentary, “See That the World Is Moving,” at the first biennial Seneca Falls Dialogues to Celebrate Women’s and Human Rights, in Seneca Falls, New York, October 11–12. The film, directed and shot by Knowles, is a historical documentary focused on the 1848 Women’s Rights Convention, organized by Elizabeth Cady Stanton in Seneca Falls.