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Wilson-Buford Publishes, Presents Research Wilson-Buford Publishes, Presents Research

Dr. Kellie Wilson-Buford, associate professor of history and interim chair, criminology, sociology and geography, authored a chapter in Managing Sex in the U.S. Military, published by University of Nebraska Press. Her chapter provides historical context on how the service branches attempted, often unsuccessfully, to manage service members’ acts of sexual violence, from the Revolutionary War through the Cold War. Wilson-Buford also spoke on her work recently to the Organization of American Historians and the Society for Military History.

Segall Delivers Plenary Keynote Address

Dr. Richard Segall, professor of information systems and business analytics, presented a plenary keynote address for the 13th International Multi-Conference on Complexity, Informatics and Cybernetics: IMCIC 2022, which was held virtually in March. Segall’s address was titled "Recent Advances for Using Artificial Intelligence for COVID-19 and Other Interdisciplinary Applications." Information about the conference is available online.

Segall Delivers Plenary Keynote Address
McNickle Studies Need for Wellness Resources McNickle Studies Need for Wellness Resources

Dr. Colleen McNickle, assistant professor of vocal music education, is author of an article published in College Music Symposium. Her research examined wellness resources, for students and faculty, on school of music websites at institutions accredited by the National Association for Schools of Music (NASM). The article examined potential website improvements and the importance of wellness resources for faculty, as well as musician-specific mental health resources.

Gustafson and Students Present at Conference

Dr. Kyle Gustafson, assistant professor of biology, accompanied six science students to the state conference of the Arkansas chapter of The Wildlife Society, held at DeGray Lake Resort State Park. Doctoral degree student Zachary Campbell, master’s student Taylor Fiedor, and undergraduate students Landen Ho, Maria Bollinger and Benjamin Brown, along with Gustafson, all made presentations for the conference participants.

Gustafson and Students Present at Conference
Esparza’s Research Published in Mexico Esparza’s Research Published in Mexico

Dr. Saúl Esparza Rodríguez, assistant professor of management, A-State Campus Querétaro, is lead author of an article analyzing business enterprise promotion in Mexico, published in Business Innova Sciences. Previously, Esparza was a research collaborator for the Centro de Estudios Sociales y de Opinion Publica, at the Mexican Chamber of Deputies in Mexico City. He also is part of the Michoacán State Researchers System.

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