Faculty and staff news roundup – Aug. 17, 2021
Stevie Baker-Watson, associate vice president for campus wellness and the Theodore Katula director of athletics and recreational sports, was named to the NCAA’s committee tasked with charting the organization’s future.
Teresa Goddard, director of development services, will be a panelist Aug. 26 for a discussion about “What’s Your Prospect’s ‘Real’ Score? Marrying Vendor Data & Real-Life Data” at the Midwest Meeting of the Minds Annual Giving/Advancement Services Conference.
Nahyan Fancy, professor of Middle East/comparative history, was interviewed about what it means to be a Muslim and a history professor by the website Science Jummah, a platform to present and discuss the tradition of faith and science in Islam.
Diabelli Variations, a new CD by pianist May Phang, professor of music, was favorably reviewed by the Pianomania blog.
Jeff McCall, communications professor, was quoted by Fox News Aug.10 in “CNN under fire from ‘left-leaning pals in the establishment media’ as Chris Cuomo scandal lingers” and Aug. 14 in “Critics wonder why CNN media anchor became ‘de facto CNN spokesperson’ amid growing Cuomo brothers scandals.”
August 17, 2021
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