A review essay by Raymond Martin, research professor of philosophy, appeared in a recent issue of the journal History and Theory. The piece, “Let Many Flowers Bloom,” is on historian Allan Megill’s “Historical Knowledge, Historical Error: A Contemporary Guide to Practice.”
Laurie Tyler, professor of chemistry, recently published a paper with student co-authors Lauren Carlson ’07, Jenna Welby ’07, Kelly Zebrowski ’11 and Matthew Wilk ’12. The paper was accepted by Inorganica Chimica Acta, an Elsevier journal dedicated to publishing inorganic research. The title of the paper is ‘Spectroscopic differences between heterocyclic benzothiazoline, -thiazole and imine containing ligands and comparison of the Co and Cu pyridine benzothiazole and imine complexes.”
Tina Lincer, associate director of Communications, will give a memoir reading at the Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy, Monday, Dec. 12 as part of Bookmarks, a series of public group readings across literary genres. Lincer joins numerous other area writers in an evening devoted to the theme of siblings. Bookmarks is a program of the center’s Memoir Project.
Gordon Brown ’12 graduated from the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Leader’s training Course at Fort Knox, Ky. During the four-week course, Brown received training in fundamental military skills, Army values, ethics, warrior ethos, basic rifle marksmanship, small arms tactics, weapons training, drill and ceremony, communications, combat water survival training, rappelling, land navigation and squad-level operations.