Curtis Blakely, associate professor of justice systems, recently visited Princeton University and the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS). Blakely, who collects Einstein-related items, is currently authoring a book that applies physics to the operation and management of correctional facilities. Founded in 1930, the IAS, originally housed on the Princeton University campus, served as Einstein’s academic home from 1933 until his death in 1955.  In March 2012, Blakely made his collection of original Einstein items available for viewing on campus. In April, he will again make his collection available for viewing/research in commemoration of Einstein’s life.

Sarah Glenski, a Spanish major, received Phi Kappa Phi’s Kathleen Greey Fellowship in the amount of $5,000.

Priya Maillacheruvu, who graduated in May with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and minors in anthropology and chemistry, has published an article in The Journal of Global Health, along with Elaine McDuff, professor of sociology. The article is entitled “South Africa’s Return to Primary Care: The Struggles and Strides of the Primary Health Care System,” and is in the Spring 2014 volume of the journal. The research for the article was completed by Maillacheruvu as part of McDuff’s 2013 study abroad program in Cape Town, South Africa. During her six weeks in Cape Town, Maillacheruvu interned at Tafelsig Clinic, a health facility in one of Cape Town’s poorest communities.

Wynne Wilbur, professor of art, had her majolica work selected for exhibition in a show entitled “Material Attraction: Diverse Reactions V” at the Jacoby Arts Center in Alton, Ill.
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