The peer-reviewed book, The Nexus of Teaching and Demographics: Context and Connections from Colonial Times to Today, by Boyd L. Bradbury, Department of Leadership and Learning, was released last week by Rowman & Littlefield (Lexington Books). The Nexus of Teaching and Demographics: Context and Connections from Colonial Times to Today provides an overview of the evolution of education in the […]
Park publishes chapter in ‘Contextualizing and Organizing Contingent Faculty: Reclaiming Academic Labor in Universities’
Sungok Reina Park, School of Teaching and Learning, published a chapter in the book Contextualizing and Organizing Contingent Faculty: Reclaiming Academic Labor in Universities, edited by Ishmael Munene (Lexington Books, 2018). The book presents organizing strategies for contingent faculty, providing a thorough and comprehensive view of the contingent labor movement across the globe. Given the hierarchical culture of Korean society, […]
Visit Zandbroz, 420 Broadway, Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 6:30 p.m. for the MSUM Memories book signing. Terry Shoptaugh, university archivist and co-editor of MSUM Memories, will be discussing the book and answering questions. Shoptaugh will be joining Doug Hamilton on Prairie Public Radio’s “Main Street” today to talk about the book and Wednesday’s event. Be sure to tune in!
Wally Sizer, Mathematics, had a paper “Period two solutions to some systems of rational difference equations” published in the book “Differential and Difference Equations with Applications,” edited by Sandra Pinelas, Michel Chipot, and Zuzana Dusla, and published by Springer Verlag.