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Faculty Accomplishments

Recent Faculty Accomplishments

Professor Cindy Caruso, J.D., C.P.A., presented at the American Tax Association Teaching and Curriculum Conference. Professor Caruso shared her introductory tax course activity, "Lessons from Presidential Tax Returns,” in a session aimed at teaching tips for courses on taxation. (February 23, 2023)

Dr. Charlotte Gordon, Distinguished Professor of the Humanities, published a review of Carmela Ciuraru’s Lives of Wives: Five Literary Marriages in The Washington Post.  (February 11, 2023)

Dr. Krystal Demaine, Professor of Expressive Therapies, gave a talk and read from her book, The Roots & Rhythm of the Heart (2022), at the Gloucester Writers Center.  The event can be viewed here.  (February 2, 2023)

Distinguished Professor of the Humanities Dr. Charlotte Gordon was interviewed on the Hot and Bothered podcast episode “Live from Pemberly: The Life of Mary Wollstonecraft.” (February 2, 2023)

Dr. Krystal Demaine, Professor of Expressive Therapies, was featured on the Creative Psychotherapist Podcast episode "On Being a Heart-Centered Therapist."  (February 1, 2023)

Associate Professor of Broadcast & Digital Journalism Lara Salahi’s three-part series on suicide in the Army National Guard as a Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Fellow was published by The War Horse.  The series was republished by Military Times. Read the series here: Part 1; Part 2; Part 3. (February 2023)

Distinguished Professor of Psychology Dr. John Kelley and his colleagues at Harvard Medical School and the University of Marburg in Germany published the article “Adverse Events in the Placebo Arms of Covid-19 Vaccination Trials: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis” in the peer-reviewed journal JAMA Network Open. (January 18, 2023)


Hong Hong, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, was awarded a 2023 USA Fellowship by United States Artists.  The USA Fellowships, which are $50,000 unrestricted awards, recognize “the most compelling artists working and living in the United States today.” (January 2023)

Dr. Krystal Demaine, Professor of Expressive Therapies, was a featured practitioner in Spirit of Change Magazine: Holistic New England, where she considers new meaning for the music of heartbeat.  (January 2023)

Kyungmin Park, Associate Professor of Fine Arts, was featured in the American Craft Council article, “The Queue.” This article appeared in connection with her participation in the “Figuring Space” exhibition, which is on view through April 16, 2023 at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia, PA.  (December 2022)


Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Dr. John Kelley, and his colleagues at Harvard Medical School have published an article titled “Are They Side Effects? Extra-Intestinal Symptoms Reported During Clinical Trials of IBS May Be More Severe at Baseline” in the peer-reviewed journal Gastroenterology and Hepatology. (December 2022)


Dr. Vitaly Kozyrev, Professor of Political Science and International Studies, delivered a public lecture at Yonsei University (Korea) entitled “The Current Situation and Future Development of Sino-Russian Relations—From the Perspective of Russia.”  (November 17, 2022)

Dr. Paul Antonellis, Jr., Director of Institutional Planning and Assessment gave an invited talk entitled "Lessons Learned: Curriculum Map as an Assessment Tool" at the New England Educational Assessment Network 2022 Fall Forum, which was held at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA.  (November 4, 2022)