Mary Lynn Neuhaus, J.D. (’76), professor of communication arts, presented at a joint conference of the Law Society of Ireland and the InterNational Academy of Dispute Resolution in Dublin. Her presentation entitled Is Anybody Listening explored the differences in male and female listening patterns.
NEUHAUS David Speckhard, Ph.D., professor of chemistry, recently completed a term as a member of the committee that produced the 2013 Diagnostic of Undergraduate Chemistry Knowledge exam. Speckhard’s work on behalf of the American Chemical Society Examinations Institute is a significant contribution to quality education in chemistry.
SPECKHARD Seth Myers, assistant professor of art and communication, will have an artwork titled “Corridor Two” included in the third edition of “Now & After,” an international video art exhibition that will take place in the Moscow Museum of Modern Art in Moscow, Russia. Myers is one of only three Americans included from a pool of over 800 international artists who were considered.
MYERS Myers and Ted Wittman (’13) (Dubuque, Iowa) were awarded a Silver Eddy Award for “Best Short” for their film “Manifest” at Cedar Rapids Independent Film Festival. The film was also screened at The Palm Beach International Film Festival, the MashRome Film Festival at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome, Italy, the West Virginia Mountaineer Short Film Festival on the campus of West Virginia University and in New York City, N.Y.
WITTMAN Christoffer Lammer-Heindel, Ph.D., assistant professor of philosophy, had his article titled, “How Should We Interpret Institutional Duty-Claims?” published in Vol. 18 of the peer-reviewed Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies.