Campus Safety announces on-campus road closure from August 4 to August 14.
In Plain Sight: Photographs by Liu Bolin on display through Sunday, August 31
Playing July 24-August 10 – Outdoors at USJ
Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) on college campuses press conference hosted at USJ on July 17.
Congratulations to Dr. Chris Zito, assistant professor of Biology, for being named one of Hartford Business Journal's 40 Under 40 for 2014. Zito is an assistant professor of Biology, as well as the pre-health professions advisor and faculty advisor of Tri Beta, the national biological honor society. As a research scientist, he performs translational research at Yale University in melanoma, breast, lung, and renal cancers. A resident of North Haven, Zito also runs a forensic science summer camp and coordinates a program encouraging middle school girls to pursue STEM careers.
He will be honored on September 22 at the Connecticut Convention Center. For more information and to read Zito's profile, visit http://www.hartfordbusiness.com/article/20140717/PRINTEDITION/307179882
Joseph Cheah, OSM, Ph.D., associate professor of Religious Studies and Comparative Theology, published a new book, along with co-author Grace Ji-Sun Kim. Theological Reflections on ‘Gangnam Style’ offers an in-depth perspective on American society as it tackles issues concerning racial stereotypes, masculinity, and more.
Reviewer Andrew Sung Park, professor at United Theological Seminary and author of Racial Conflict and Healing, wrote: “Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Joseph Cheah disclose their extraordinary and amazing insights on racialized and sexualized Asian American history in light of Psy's song ‘Gangnam Style.’ Reading this book will open readers' eyes and will deepen their self-identity.”
To order a copy or learn more, visit http://www.amazon.com/Theological-Reflections-Gangnam-Style-Cultural/dp/1137373474/ref=la_B001KI2QIU_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1405169590&sr=1-5