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Faculty and Staff Activities

Vickie Hess and Lisa Kahle

Vickie Hess and Lisa Kahle, Campus Technology Services, co-presented “Implementing a Cloud-based Student Print Management Solution” at the SUNY Technology Conference held June 18 in Lake Placid, N.Y.

Fran Elia

Fran Elia, Sports Information Office, along with the Georgetown University sports information director, co-moderated the “Town Hall” panel at the annual Eastern College Athletic Conference-Sports Information Directors Association (ECAC-SIDA) workshop June 26 in Troy, N.Y.

Maggie Haefele and Lisa Kahle

Maggie Haefele, Information Resources, and Lisa Kahle, Campus Technology Services, co-presented “KACE – Asset Management Solution for SUNY Cortland” at the SUNY Technology Conference held June 19 in Lake Placid, N.Y.

Tim Delaune

Tim Delaune, Political Science Department, presented research on the depiction in film of pirates as domestic and international outlaws from the 1930s to the present at the international conference Frontière(s) au Cinéma on June 27 in La Rochelle, France. His paper “The Outlaw at Sea: An Inquiry into Cinematic Depictions of Pirates and Piracy,” was included in the panel discussion on “Borders and Lost Territories” (Frontières et territories perdus).

Joshua Peluso

Joshua Peluso, Systems Administration and Web Services, served on a panel to discuss “Web Apps and Responsive Web Design,” at the SUNY Technology Conference held June 18 in Lake Placid, N.Y. The panel discussion was sponsored by the SUNY Council of Chief Information Officers.

Mechthild Nagel

Mechthild Nagel, Philosophy Department and Center for Gender and Intercultural Studies (CGIS), delivered a talk on June 2 titled “Criminal Justice Ethics and Ubuntu” at the workshop “The Ethics of Living: Questions of Justice, Poverty, Life and Death in the Human and Natural Sciences,” held at the Lichtenberg-Kolleg, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany.

     On June 14, Nagel presented her paper, “On the Strategic Uses of Abolitionism” at the International Conference on Penal Abolition in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Samuel Kelley

Samuel Kelley, Africana Studies and Communication Studies departments, will bring to life Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech with a dramatic performance of King’s classic work on Wednesday, July 9, in Bailey Hall on the Cornell University campus, Ithaca, N.Y. Following his 7 p.m. performance, he will discuss the historical, socio-political, biblical and artistic influences that converged to give birth to America’s most famous speech of the 20th century. Placing King’s “dream” in a broader cultural context, Kelley will further explore how the dream of freedom and equality continues to propel people forward in their quest for social justice. Free and open to the public, the presentation is sponsored by Cornell's School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions.

Richard Hunter

Richard Hunter, Geography Department, has been appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of Cultural Geography. In this position, he will review manuscripts submitted to the journal, actively solicit manuscripts for submission and provide general counsel to the editor and other members of the editorial staff on a wide range of publication issues.

Mark Dodds

Mark Dodds, Sport Management Department, delivered two presentations at the 2014 North American Society for Sport Management Conference (NASSM), held May 27-31 in Pittsburgh, Pa. The talks were titled, “Review of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and its Impact on The Olympic Games” and “The Unpaid Intern: Do They Have Any Legal Rights?”

Jeanine Rose and Susan Mayberry

Jeanine Rose and Susan Mayberry, Academic Support and Achievement Program, recently attended the 8th International Conference for Supplemental Instruction in Chicago. They are coordinators for the Supplemental Instruction Program.