Arts and Sciences Faculty Fall Conference Presentations
Sesko, Hay-Jahans, Monteith present
Psychology faculty member Amanda Sesko travelled to Austin, Texas in October to participate in the annual conference of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology. She gave a talk entitled, (In)visibility of Black women: Attention to individuality. Mathematics faculty Chris Hay-Jahans recently returned from Springfield, Missouri where he presented a workshop entitled “A Practical Introduction to Using R” at the 5th International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research. Anthropology faculty Dan Monteith attended the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory in Springfield, Missouri November 7-10. He presented a research paper entitled “A Story about the Taku Kwaan and a Tlingit Village on Douglas Island, Alaska”.