Salem State University faculty and staff are educators, scholars, and leaders in their respective fields. Following are highlights and accolades celebrating the outstanding research and creative activities conducted by Salem State faculty and staff in August 2023.
Faculty and Staff News in August 2023
Professor John McArdle (accounting and finance) is in Kosovo teaching at the University of Prizren's International Summer School. The program has over 160 students representing more than 40 countries, with six faculty from across the globe. Professor McArdle, who was a Fulbright Specialist to Kosovo in fall 2022, met this week with the university rector, Deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and U.S. embassy staff to discuss further opportunities for international collaboration.
Professor James Noonan (secondary and higher education) contributed a chapter in an edited volume by Helen Haste and Janine Bempechat, titled New Civics, New Citizens: Critical Competent and Responsible Agents. In the chapter, Professor Noonan argues that more democratic beliefs about learning could be used to improve professional development.
Professor Stephen Young’s (geography and sustainability) article, “Global and Regional Snow Cover Decline: 2000-2022,” published in the journal Climate, received media coverage from NBC: “Boston, Southern New England lead the continent in snow cover decline”, the Boston Globe: “Climate change means New England is getting less snowy”, and several additional outlets, including: WBUR, GBH, WRKO, NPR, WNPR in Connecticut, WLBZ (NBC) in Bangor, Maine, WCSH (NBC) - Portland, Maine.
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