Brenda Logan’s paper, “Deep Exploration of the Flipped Classroom,” was accepted for the Academic and Business Research Institute International Conference in Las Vegas in October. She will also present “Strategies for Teaching At-Risk Students” at the National Youth-At-Risk Conference in March 2016 in Savannah.
Nandi A. Marshall was appointed by the Executive Board of the American Public Health Association (APHA) to serve on the science board for a three-year term, beginning in November. The board participates in the policy development process by ensuring that all APHA policy statements are evidence-based.
Nicholas Mangee’s paper, “New Evidence for the Present-Value Model of Stock Prices: Why the REH Version Failed Empirically,” which was co-authored with Roman Frydman from New York University and Michael Goldberg from the University of New Hampshire-Durham, was recently listed on Social Science Research Network’s Top Ten download list for the Efficient Market Hypothesis Models. [...]