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Recently published works by faculty members includes:

Tyler D. Parry, assistant professor of African American studies, authored “Man’s Best Friend,” about the use of dogs against protestors at the Dakota Access Pipeline site. The article is posted online as well as in Vol. 66, Issue 12 (December 2016) issue of History Today.

Sudarshan Kurwadkar, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, and Amanda Evans, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, coauthored “Neonicotinoids: Systemic Insecticides and Systematic Failure,” about the use of such insecticides and their toxicity to non-targeted species and intended to reflect on discussions on regulatory response to honey bee colony collapse disorder. The article was posted online as an editorial and then published in the December issue of the Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology.

“Why the Monkees Matter: Teenagers, Television and American Pop Culture,” by Rosanne Welch, lecturer of cinema and television arts, is available on the new books rack at the Pollak Library. The book was published in June by McFarland. As a television writer and producer, Welch’s credits include “Beverly Hills 90210,” “Picket Fences” and “Touched by an Angel.” She researched, wrote and co-produced “Bill Clinton and the Boys Nation Class of 1963” for ABC News and “Nightline.” In May, she gave a TEDx talk at TEDxCPP, “A Female Voice in the Room.”