Stephen Allen, professor of business administration, had his article, “Ethics and Project Management: A Journal Analysis,” published in the Journal of Management & Engineering Integration, Vol. 4, No. 1, Summer 2011.

English MAE students Rachel Brown, Kayla Jungermann, Ashley Kleinsorge and Melissa Stevenson attended the National Council of Teachers of English annual convention Nov. 17-19 in Chicago, Ill.

Rudolf Cesaretti, senior sociology/anthropology and history double major, presented a poster, “School Days Past and Present: A Look at Consolidation’s Impact on Rural Northeast Missouri,” in a session showcasing “First Rites: Innovative Undergraduate Student Research in Anthropology” at the American Anthropological Association meetings Nov.16-20 in Montreal, Canada. Cesaretti’s poster was recognized by the Society for Visual Anthropology as “exemplary in terms of the excellence of its presentation.” Cesaretti went with Amber Johnson, associate professor of anthropology, who presented a paper “Using Binford’s Projections of Ethnographically Documented Hunter-Gatherer Mobility in Archaeological Research” in a session “Examining Traces of Human Mobility across Spatiotemporal Scales.”

Martin Erickson, professor of mathematics, had his book “Beautiful Mathematics” published by the Mathematical Association of America. This is the seventh mathematics book that Erickson has authored or co-authored.

Daniel Mandell, professor of history, presented a paper on “The Conundrum of Collective and Individual Civil Rights in the United States,” on Dec. 2 at the 500th Anniversary Conference on Universality in Human Rights in Washington, D.C.

Truman’s Model UN team won the “Outstanding Delegation Award“ for its representation of the Islamic Republic of Iran at the American Model United Nations International Conference Nov. 19-22 in Chicago, Ill. Stephen Gott and Chelsea Rodriguez were noted for their outstanding performance in their roles. Mehdi Zaidi also was chosen by the World Health Assembly to present the final report on “Public Health, Innovation, and Intellectual Property” to the General Assembly. Samuel Kirschenheiter was selected to serve as a reporter on the International Press Delegation. He had four articles published throughout the conference and in subsequent editions of the American Model UN Newsletter.

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