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Buckley Develops Virtual Space for Senior Art Buckley Develops Virtual Space for Senior Art

Cameron Buckley, assistant professor of photography and new media, drew upon his research and experience with building virtual art platforms in order to bring the 2020 Senior Art Exhibition to reality, overcoming limitations caused by the pandemic. Buckley worked closely with Hillary Brooks, curator, Bradbury Art Museum, and senior studio art students to develop a virtual space to display their work. Details are online.

Kendrick Receives Grant for Women's Health

Dr. Alexis Kendrick, assistant professor of physical therapy, submitted a successful women's health program proposal to the Kays Foundation. The grant will support "The Kays Foundation Women’s Health and Physical Therapy Residency." Over a four-year period, the grant will provide the Department of Physical Therapy $200,000 to develop a women's health physical therapy residency to assist the community with women’s health physical therapy.

Kendrick Receives Grant for Women's Health
Hanrahan Writes Grant for Telehealth Project Hanrahan Writes Grant for Telehealth Project

A grant proposal by Dr. Susan Hanrahan, dean, College of Nursing and Health Professions, has been approved by the Kays Foundation. Her project, "21st Century Health Technology – Access/lmpact," is funded at $59,924 for acquiring telehealth equipment that will be used for educating selected health care providers in the college and region. Dr. Mark Foster, chair of graduate nursing programs, will administer the grant.

Medina-Bolivar's Lab Research Published

An article co-authored by Dr. Fabricio Medina-Bolivar, professor of plant metabolic engineering, was published in Molecules. The first authorship is shared by Medina-Bolivar’s research assistant Lingling Fang and former molecular biosciences student Dr. Tianhong Yang. Their article describes an improved method for the production of prenylated stilbenoids, natural products with applications in human health, in hairy root cultures of peanut and its wild relative species.

Medina-Bolivar's Lab Research Published
Cormier Completes Ph.D. Requirements Cormier Completes Ph.D. Requirements

Savannah R. Cormier recently completed all requirements for the Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision from the University of Northern Colorado–Greeley. Dr. Cormier is an assistant professor of counseling in the clinical mental health counseling program and play therapy certificate program in the Department of Psychology and Counseling. She successfully defended her dissertation, "Exploring Counselor Educator’s Experiences with Neuroscience-Informed Counseling Pedagogy" on March 30.

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