Every week during the academic year, Currently celebrates faculty and staff accomplishments, including appearances on panels, presentations, recent publications or performances, and research grants.
- Paula Carder, Institute on Aging director, co-authored “Public Housing With Services for Older Adults With Developmental Disabilities: Differences in Efficacy Among Asian and White Communities” in the Journal of Aging and Environment.
- Craig Epplin, world languages and literatures faculty, published a translation titled “Dispatch from the Clorox War” in Guernica.
- Juan Manuel Heredia, architecture faculty, wrote “The First Modern Building in Mexico: The Twin Houses of Paul Artaria and Hans Schmidt,” published by Arquine.
- Nariyo Kono, university studies and Center for Public Service faculty, co-authored “Post-Native-Speakerism and the Multilingual Subject: Language Policy, Practice and Pedagogy” in the book “Native-Speakerism,” which is part of the “Intercultural Communication and Language Education” book series published by Springer.
- Mellie Pullman, business faculty, published “Sustainable Food Logistics Systems” in The Oxford Handbook of Supply Chain Management.
- Carolyn Quam, Speech and Hearing Sciences faculty, co-authored “Infants' Discrimination of Consonant Contrasts in the Presence and Absence of Talker Variability” in Infancy on Oct. 16.
- Carolyn Quam, Speech and Hearing Sciences faculty, and Todd Bodner, psychology faculty, co-authored “Sound Discrimination and Explicit Mapping of Sounds to Meanings In Preschoolers with and without Developmental Language Disorder” in the International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.