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Posted on December 9th, 2021 in Community Engagement, Events, Students by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Carrie Foote, and students from her School of Liberal Arts Sociology HIV and Society Class, welcomed Dr. William Cooke (Family Foundations Medicine) to IUPUI on November 11 ’21 where he shared his and the towns’ experiences, chronicled in his recently published book, Canary in the Coal Mine: A Forgotten Rural Town, a Hidden Epidemic, …

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Posted on December 1st, 2021 in Award, Creative Activity, Honors by Aaron Dusso

Professor Mitchell Douglas won the 2021 National Endowment for the Arts, Literature Fellowship in Creative Writing (Poetry). He is one of just thirty-five recipients nationwide. It’s a true honor and well deserved. Read more about his work here Mitchell L. H. Douglas is an Associate Professor in the Department of English, IU School of Liberal …

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Posted on November 19th, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Sumedha Gupta recently published an article titled, “Vaccinations Against COVID-19 May Have Averted Up To 140,000 Deaths In The United States” in the journal Health Affairs. Abstract COVID-19 vaccination campaigns continue in the United States, with the expectation that vaccines will slow transmission of the virus, save lives, and enable a return to normal …

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Posted on November 1st, 2021 in Award, Honors by Aaron Dusso

Congratulations to Dr. Nnaemeka who will receive an honorary doctorate from The American University of Paris (AUP). She will be honored during AUP’s commencement ceremony in May of 2022. AUP’s President, Dr. Celeste Schenck, said it best in her award letter to Dr. Nnaemeka. Her work represents “…the best of liberal arts inquiry and a …

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Posted on October 26th, 2021 in Book, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Professor Chris Lamb’s Conspiracy of Silence: Sportswriters and the Long Campaign to Desegregate Baseball, originally published in 2012, released in paperback this month. About: The campaign to desegregate baseball was one of the most important civil rights stories of the 1930s and 1940s. But most of white America knew nothing about this story because mainstream …

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Posted on October 21st, 2021 in Article, Publication by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Rebecca K. Shrum recently published a review of Edward S. Cooke’s book Inventing Boston: Design, Production, and Consumption, 1680–1720, in the Journal of American History. From the review: This lavishly illustrated history of material culture in colonial Boston from 1680 to 1720 explores objects and buildings constructed with brick (houses), slate (slate-topped tables and …

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Posted on October 15th, 2021 in Book Chapter, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Maria Brann, Dr. Jennifer J. Bute, and Dr. Sandra Petronio recently published the chapter titled, “Interpersonal Health Communication Theories,” in the book Health Communication Theory. Description Assembles the most important theories in the field of health communication in one comprehensive volume, designed for students and practitioners alike Health Communication Theory is the first book …

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Posted on October 7th, 2021 in Book, Creative Activity, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

by John McCormick All of us who have been through college – as students or professors – are familiar with textbooks: those sometimes long and often expensive tomes designed to summarize everything an instructor wants to cover in a course. We’re also familiar with the differences between the good, the bad, and the ugly ones. …

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Posted on September 24th, 2021 in Article, Publication, Research by Aaron Dusso

Dr. Gupta recently published the article “Evaluation of an emergency department-based opioid overdose survivor intervention: Difference-in-difference analysis of electronic health record data to assess key outcomes,” in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence. Abstract Background In recent years, a number of emergency department (ED)-based interventions have been developed to provide supports and/or treatment linkage for …

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