In the Spotlight: Oct. 19, 2018

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  • Professor of criminology and criminal justice Nancy Wonders published a chapter entitled “Climate Change, the Production of Gendered Insecurity, and Slow Intimate Partner Violence” in the book “Intimate Partner Violence, Risk, and Security: Securing Women’s Lives in a Global World.” The book is a collection of contributions from international experts in a variety of disciplines that weigh in on how the issues of partner violence, risk and security are connected and relate to global security.
  • Professor for the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management Allen Reich is one of 23 faculty in the United States who are voting members of the Conference for Food Protection (CFP). CFP brings together the Food and Drug Administration, United States Department of Agriculture, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, academic experts in food safety, state health inspectors and industry sanitation executives with the goal of creating and enforcing food safety policies that balance the interests of regulatory and industry parties. Over the next two years, Reich will work on a new plan for organizing and updating the CFP constitution and bylaws.
  • Professor in global languages and cultures Robert Neustadt participated in a BBC story “The Art of Now” about art and immigration.
  • English department faculty Fredricka Stoller and Okim Kang along with a group of doctoral and master’s students including Kyra Nelson, Tyler True, Katherine Yaw, Tatiana Kurochkina, Sandy Ngoc Nguyen, Oguzhan Tekin and Megan Wagy represented NAU at the Arizona Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) conference. The cohort presented research papers and workshops at the event, which focuses on helping English language professionals network and benefit from shared insights and information.
Cheyenne Jarrette