Interview with Dana Reinecke, PhD
Chair and Assistant Professor
Applied Behavior Analysis
Online Education Outcomes Research
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Matthews, D.M. & Jenks, S.M. (2013). Ingestion of Mycobacterium vaccae decreases anxiety-related behavior and improves learning in mice.
Behavioural Processes. Available here
Patricia Acerbi, PhD, Assistant Professor of History has an upcoming publication and was invited to be a panelist at a conference in Brazil!
Forthcoming article in the Journal of Urban History (2014), "A Long Poem of Walking: Flaneurs, Vendors, and Chronicles of Post-abolition Rio de Janeiro"
Invited Panelist: Fifth International Symposium on Brazilian History: "Brazil-USA: New Generations, New Perspectives", Rio de Janeiro, June 2013.
Dan Robeson, PhD, Dean, School of Management has a recent publication in the Journal of Product Innovation Management.
"This work reports on an investigation of the dynamics of governance over the breakthrough innovation within Fortune 1000 firms. The primary research question investigates the boundary of agency theory within the firm."...continue reading
Andor Skotnes, Professor of History and Chair, Department of History and Society
Just published by Duke University Press!
Andor Skotnes, A New Deal for All? Race and Class Struggles in Depression-Era Baltimore
Cheryl MacNeil PhD and Patricia O'Connor PhD
Cheryl and Pat are the Evaluators for a Drug Free Community Mentoring project awarded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Award, Honorable Mention
The Sage Research Institute is pleased to congratulate
- Leigh Davies, ATR-BC, Associate Professor, Creative Arts Therapies
- Bronna Romanoff, PhD, Professor, Department of Psychology
- Barbara Thompson, OTD, LCSW, OTR/L, Associate Professor, Occupational Therapy Department
and their extensive network of academic and community partners who are recipients of the 2012 Community-Campus Partnerships for Health Award, Honorable Mention for their project: The Sage Capital Region Veterans Partnerships for Health. The award recognizes recipients for their work to improve higher education, civic engagement, and the overall health of their communities.
Among more than 100 nominations, The Sage Colleges partnership received Honorable Mention. The award winner was the Community Health Partnership of the Heights in New York City, a partnership with Columbia University, New York Presbyterian Hospital, and the community of Washington Heights and Inwood. The Temple Health Connection in Philadelphia, which included the Temple School of Health Sciences and communities in north Philadelphia, also received Honorable Mention.