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Scott is Author of Newly Published Book Scott is Author of Newly Published Book

Dr. Sarah Mayberry Scott, assistant professor of communication studies, is author of a newly released book, Listening Deafly and the Rhetoric of Sound. Scott investigates the persuasive nature of sound at the intersection of sound, rhetoric and deafness to show how the concepts of voice, silence and listening can be expanded to include a plurality of embodied experiences. The publisher is Rowman and Littlefield.

Cantrell is Co-Author of Gait Research

Dr. Gregory Cantrell, assistant professor of exercise science, is co-author of an article in Gait & Posture. Multiple sclerosis (MS) patients often report experiencing greater symptoms on one side of their body compared to the other. Cantrell assisted in a study that identified significant correlations between ankle strength asymmetry and walking performance metrics in those with MS. The researchers observed that as ankle strength asymmetry increases, walking performance measures decrease.

Cantrell is Co-Author of Gait Research
Baker Co-Authors Study on Homeschooling Baker Co-Authors Study on Homeschooling

Dr. Timberly L. Baker, associate professor of educational leadership, is co-author, with preeminent homeschool education scholar Dr. Cheryl Fields-Smith, of an article in the journal Thresholds in Education. In “Centering the Lived Experiences of Rural Black Homeschool Families,” they draw on Baker's rural educational scholarship expertise and examine trends in homeschooling, including growth in home education among rural Black families. The journal issue is online.

Post Writes Invited Article for GIS Publication

Dr. Jason Post, instructor in geography, has written an article for the “From the Meridian” section of ArcNews. Post focused on the inclusion of historically marginalized students in geography and geographic information systems. The Association of American Geographers invited Post to write the article for ArcNews, the longest-running GIS periodical, which is published by GIS software developer Esri.

Post Writes Invited Article for GIS Publication
Alam Writes Article on Medicinal Chemistry Alam Writes Article on Medicinal Chemistry

Dr. Mohammad A. Alam, associate professor of chemistry and holder of the Beck Professorship in Chemistry, is author of an invited review article in Future Medicinal Chemistry. Based on his group’s research experience, Alam discusses the increasing use of pyrazole compounds as potent antibacterial agents and the various pyrazole-derived drugs that have been developed. The article is “Pyrazole: An Emerging Privileged Scaffold in Drug Discovery.”

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