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Anna Zendell and Rosemary McDonald Publish Article in FRA Today

School of Health Sciences Faculty Program Director Anna Zendell, Ph.D.,M.S.W. and Adjunct Faculty Rosemary McDonald, L.M.W. recently co-wrote and published an article about PTSD in the military  in an issue of Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) Today. Congratulations! “Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a...  [Read More]

Excelsior ReView: Call for Submissions

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Paludi Edits Book on Prevention and Response to Campus Sexual Assaults

Michele Paludi, assistant dean and director of graduate business programs in the School of Business & Technology, has edited Campus Action against Sexual Assault: Needs, Policies, Procedures, and Training Programs. A practical guide to prevention of and response to sexual assault on college...  [Read More]

Crocco Co-edits Book on RPGs

Francesco Crocco, associate director of the Online Writing Lab, is the co-editor of  “The Role-Playing Society: Essays on the Cultural Influence of RPGs.” Since the release of Dungeons & Dragons in 1974, role-playing games (RPGs) have spawned a vibrant industry and subculture whose characteristics and...  [Read More]

Lehmann Presents at International Studies Association

Ted Lehmann, faculty program director for the social sciences, presented a paper entitled “The American Hegemonic System’s Eternal and Perpetual Interest in Oil” at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association in Atlanta in March.  Lehmann’s conference paper will become a...  [Read More]

Latest Issue of N21 Examines Ageism

Issue 6 of N21: Nursing in the 21st Century, edited by Maureen Boshier and published by Hudson Whitman/ Excelsior College Press, is now live. The theme is The New Maturity: Rethinking Ageism, and the issue offers a look new methods of coordinating...  [Read More]

Paludi’s Latest Book Cited as Top Social Science Resource

Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries named Michele Paludi’s book, Bullies in the Workplace: Seeing and Stopping Adults Who Abuse Their Co-Workers and Employees, as a top 75 community college resource in its February issue. Pauldi is faculty program director of human...  [Read More]

College Press to Release Collection of Student Veteran Stories

In February, Hudson Whitman/ Excelsior College Press will be releasing a powerful collection of stories by 20 young student veterans, “See Me for Who I Am.” The book is a selection of essays from men and women who took a class at...  [Read More]

Paludi Edits Book on Women in Congress

“Why Congress Needs Women: Bringing Sanity to the House and Senate” is a new book schedule for release on January 31, 2016 by School of Liberal Arts Faculty Program Director Michele Paludi. The book addresses women’s civil strategies for negotiation and leadership through...  [Read More]

Bachelor Publishes, Makes Presentations

Jeremy Bachelor, an adjunct instructor in the School of Health Sciences who teaches Spanish for Health Care Professionals had an article published on the relationship between grammar and pragmatics in foreign language learners. It is published in a peer reviewed journal titled “Conexión intrínseca...  [Read More]