Kudos to these faculty, staff and students

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  • Robert Schehr, faculty member in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice and executive director of the Arizona Innocence Project, had been invited to open the 2015 European Innocence Conference in Dublin, Ireland, this summer. However, due to changes in the conference agenda and funding, he will not be able to participate. Schehr will join law faculty at Griffith Law and Trinity Law in Dublin in the fall as part of a one semester Fulbright Scholarship.
  • Mark Molinaro, executive chef lecturer in the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management, had his article “Grilling with Homebrew: Put some brew in your next barbeque” published in Brew Your Own. Molinaro shares his favorite homebrew recipes including coffee malt pulled pork with threefold cord robust porter, hop rubbed beef brisket with India red ale-brunhilde and honey cured bacon with honey kolsch.
  • Galen Collins, professor in the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management, had an article titled “11 factors for successful Wi-Fi implementation” published in Hotel News Now. Collins discusses the technical and business-related factors that a hotel must consider when implementing Wi-Fi.
  • Dorothy Dunn, assistant professor in the School of Nursing, has received the 2015 American Association of Nurse Practitioners State Award for Excellence in Arizona. The award is given annually to a nurse practitioner in each state who demonstrates excellence in his or her area of practice. Dunn was recognized during the 2015 AANP National Conference held in New Orleans.