Jon Beck, associate professor of computer science, had his paper “Using the CVS Version Management System in a Software Engineering Course” accepted for presentation at MSCCC, the third Mid-South College Computing Conference, April 1-2, at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Miss.

Taner Edis, assistant professor of physics, had his review of Susan Haack’s “Defending Science—Within Reason: Between Scientism and Cynicism” published in Reports of the National Center for Science Education 24: 3-4 54 (2004).

Warren Gooch, professor of music theory/composition, has had an original musical composition accepted for publication. “Let the Nations Tremble!” for chorus and piano will be published by Alliance Publications, Inc.

Teresa Heckert, associate professor of psychology, and Colleen Drazen, senior psychology and English double major from St. Louis, presented “Relations Among Student Effort, Class Difficulty Appropriateness and Course Evaluations” at the 27th Annual National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology, Jan. 2-5, in St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. Truman alumnae Amanda Latier and Amy Ringwald were co-authors.

Daniel R. Mandell, associate professor of history, recently had two entries published in the New Oxford Dictionary of National Biography titled “Mayhew, Thomas” and “Waban.”

Antonio Scuderi, associate professor of Italian, was invited to translate one of his articles, which was published last year in Modern Languages Review (UK). “The Cooked and the Raw: Zoomorphic Symbolism in Dario Fo’s Giullarate” will appear in a collection of essays on the Italian Nobel playwright, Dario Fo, published by the university press of of the Universita degli Studi di Pisa.

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