A new touch-sensitive glove, developed on campus at Armstrong, offers exciting new ways to study, measure and quantify upper body plyometrics, exercises in which muscles are extended and contracted in a rapid and repetitive manner.
Ned Rinalducci took office as the new president of the Georgia Sociological Association during the annual meeting in October. This is his second term as president of the state’s sociological organization. He last served in 2004-2005.
In June, Randall Reese had three of his musical arrangements performed as part of Piccolo Spoleto, the official outreach program of Spoleto Festival USA. The renowned Spivey Hall Children’s Choir presented Reese’s choral arrangements “Johnny Mercer Medley,” “Georgia On My Mind,” and “America” in their concert at Clayton State University in Morrow, Ga.
Lesley Roessing authored the book Comma Quest: The Rules They Followed; The Sentences They Saved, which was published in November by Discover Writing. Comma Quest is a picture and song book for teachers grades 3-10 to use to teach the comma rules. This is Roessing’s third book for teachers.