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- Associate anthropology professor Lisa Hardy was selected for a three-year term as the editor of the Society for Applied Anthropology journal Practicing Anthropology. She plans to solicit manuscripts from historically underrepresented authors and highlight community-engaged research, policy and artistic representation in forthcoming issues.
- Northern Arizona University was recently ranked No. 13 in Top Master’s in Education’s list for Best Online Master of Arts in Teaching Degrees. Top Master’s in Education is dedicated to providing objective rankings, critical reviews and other resources related to Master’s in Education programs.
- The Interdisciplinary Global Programs hosted the 20th Colloquium on International Engineering Education Nov. 2-3. The conference drew more than 100 professionals from throughout the United States, Morocco, Japan, Mexico, France and Germany. Participants considered the collective impact of the community and created a vision for the future as more than 40 speakers shared information about current topics in various fields.
- English professor Fredricka Stoller will head to Vietnam as a Fulbright Scholar. She will be teaching and conducting research on second language literacy skills development at the University of Foreign Language Studies in Da Nang, Vietnam.
- Cinema studies lecturer David Church recently had a book published. “Disposable Passions: Vintage Pornography and the Material Legacies of Adult Cinema” chronicles his rediscovery of the lost exploitation film, “The Orgy at Lil’s place.”