Professional Activities, April-June 2022
April 01, 2022
Dr. Alyson Buckman (Humanities and Relgious Studies) has co-edited a book on trauma and memory in the works of Joss Whedon, Slaying Is Hell: Essays on Trauma and Memory in the Whedonverse, which now is available to pre-order from McFarland publishing. The is co-edited by Buckman, Juliette C. Kitchens, and Katherine A. Troyer.
Dr. Nassrine Noureddine (Nursing) has been selected as a 2022 inductee into the Western Academy of Nurses (WAN) for demonstrating excellence in education. She was introduced and received her award at the 2022 Western Institute of Nursing conference held on April 6-9 in Portland, Oregon.
Phillip Reese (Journalism) has won the 2022 Sacramento Press Club Award for Best Reporting on Racial Justice. He was cited for "Dangerous by Design," an article he co-wrote for the Sacramento Bee showing that Black pedestrians in Sacramento County were more than twice as likely to be killed in a car collision and three times as likely to be injured compared to the rest of the county. The story quoted experts saying the disparity was largely due to transportation design choices that hurt communities with a high proportion of Black residents.
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