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Seymour’s First Book Up for Award

'Strange Natures' Among Latest Faculty Works in Print
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“Strange Natures: Futurity, Empathy and the Queer Ecological Imagination,” the first book by Nicole Seymour, assistant professor of English, comparative literature and linguistics, is a finalist for the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment’s 2015 Book Awards. The winners will be announced this month.

Marcelo Tolmasky, professor of biological science, is co-editor of “Plasmids: Biology and Impact in Biotechnology and Discovery” published this month by ASM Press.

Martin Bonsangue, professor of mathematics, and Harris Shultz, professor emeritus of mathematics, authored a paper exploring the Greek mathematician Apollonius’ work on conic sections in the spring 2015 issue of the MathAMATYC Educator, a journal of the Mathematical Association of America.

Jule Selbo, professor of radio-TV-film, authored an article about the master of fine arts in screenwriting program and published in the summer issue of Written By, the magazine of the Writers Guild of America, West.