Currently Accolades: Published/Exhibited for March 8, 2021

A woman poses in the stacks of the PSU library


  1. Talya Bauer, business faculty, published “Should You Rehire an Employee Who Left Your Company?” in Harvard Business Review.
  2. Chris Cartwright, international & global studies adjunct faculty, co-authored an article titled “Constructing the Learning Outcomes with Intercultural Assessment: A 3-Year Study of a Graduate Study Abroad and Glocal Experience Programs,” published in a special issue of Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad titled Assessment as Pedagogy in Education Abroad.
  3. Ted Khoury, business faculty, published “The View of Angels From Above: Angel Governance and Institutional Environments” in Academy of Management Perspectives. 
  4. Cynthia Mohr, Leslie Hammer, and Todd Bodner, psychology faculty, and Jacquelyn Brady PhD ’19 and MacKenna Perry PhD ’17 co-authored “Can Supervisor Support Improve Daily Employee Well-being? Evidence of Supervisor Training Effectiveness in a Study of Veteran Employee Moods,” published in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 
  5. Cassio de Oliveira, world languages and literatures faculty, published a short essay titled “Towards a More Equitable Canon in a Language Through Literature Seminar” in the Slavic and East European Journal. His contribution is part of a symposium on “Working towards equity in Slavic language and literature programs.”
  6. Gerry Sussman, urban studies and planning and international and global studies faculty, published an article “Propaganda and the Cold War” in Journalism and Communication Monographs, a journal of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
  7. Jack Straton, physics and university studies faculty, had one of his photographs chosen to be part of Landscapes 2021, an online juried international joint show of all fine art media, at Las Laguna Gallery in Laguna Beach, California, from Feb. 4-27.