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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 July.
Faculty and Staff News in July 2022
Professor Tiffany Chenault (sociology) was featured in the REI summer catalog and in Uncommon Path, the blog publication for the company. Read the story.
Professor Kristine Doll’s (world languages and cultures) poem "Uvalde is Family to Me" was published in Syndic Literary Journal as part of the journal's tribute to Uvalde. Read the poem.
Forbes Colombia reported on Professor Noel Healy's (geography and sustainability) Green New Deal research for the piece “¿Por qué es inexcusable para las empresas no asumir la justicia climática?”
Associate Dean Michelle Pierce and Shannon Gardner of Lynn Public Schools discuss their Early College partnership on Lynn Community Television’s “History of Success" hosted by Judy Josephs.
Professor Emeritus Barbara Poremba (nursing) authored the op-ed “Celebrating World War II cadet nurses” published in The Salem News. The piece urges support for HR2568, the U.S. Cadet Nurse Service Recognition Act, which would recognize the few remaining WWII Cadet Nurses as Honorary Veterans. Grace Nagle, founder of SSU Nursing Program, served as WWII Cadet Nurse.
Librarian Rukmal Ryder won the American Library Association and EBSCO award to attend the ALA Annual Conference held in Washington DC, June 23-28, 2022. She was also nominated to be the co-chair of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), Education and Behavioral Science sections (EBSS), Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Task Force.
Professor Kanishkan Sathasivam (politics, policy and international relations), was featured in a video interview on NTD TV about Iran's nuclear weapons program. The story is about Iran's recent claim that it is now technologically capable of building a nuclear bomb but has not made the political decision to do so./
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