Faculty Monthly Kudos, October 2014

Please join me in congratulating our colleagues on these accomplishments!

David Gillette's co-authored article, titled "When the Hurly-Burly's Done, of Battles Lost and Won: How a Hybrid Program of Study Emerged from the Toil and Trouble of Stirring Liberal Arts into an Engineering Cauldron at a Public Polytechnic," appeared in August issue of Engineering Studies

Megan Guise is the co-PI on a new Teacher Quality Partnership grant titled Central Coast Partnership for Teaching Excellence. Along with colleagues from Cal Poly and Monterey Bay, Megan will oversee the five-year grant of $8.6 million designed to reform teacher education programs. You can read about the grant here: https://www.ed.gov/news/press-releases/24-new-teacher-quality-partnership-grants-totaling-more-35-million-awarded-recru

Ryan Anthony Hatch's co-authored article, titled "Community Theatre: The New York Season 2013-2014," appeared in the September issue ofPAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art. You can access it here: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/performing_arts_journal/v036/36.3.cermatori.html

Leslie St. John is the Spotlight Poet in the current edition of Apercus Quarterly. You can read her poetry and an interview with her here: https://www.apercuslitmag.com/archive   Leslie also reports that Jim Cushing is featured in this issue. 

A hearty congratulations to all of our colleagues! 

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