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Astronomy to Zoology

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Astronomy to Zoology

    Kerry Boeye, Loyola University Maryland – Seal Matrix

    Kerry Boeye, Loyola University Maryland – Seal Matrix

    On Loyola University Maryland Week: How did you authenticate your message long before Face and Touch ID? Kerry Boeye, assistant professor of fine arts, looks into the past for an answer. Teaching Areas: Medieval Art, Islamic Art, Manuscripts Research Interests: Medieval manuscript illumination, representations of King Solomon. Seal Matrix Signatures, strings of numbers, passwords, a […]

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    Jeff Lating, Loyola University Maryland – Psychological First-Aid

    Jeff Lating, Loyola University Maryland – Psychological First-Aid

    On Loyola University Maryland Week: We could all use some psychological first-aid right now. Jeff Lating, professor of psychology, explores how this tool can reduce anxiety and stress at a crucial time. My primary research and clinical interests are in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), coronary-prone risk factors and behavioral medicine. Psychological First-Aid Psychological first aid, […]

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    Jean Lee Cole, Loyola University Maryland – The Woman’s Literary Club of Baltimore

    Jean Lee Cole, Loyola University Maryland – The Woman’s Literary Club of Baltimore

    On Loyola University Maryland Week: Not all book clubs are alike. Jean Lee Cole, professor of English, examines one from history that was more than meets the eye. I live in Baltimore, MD, where I am an associate professor of English at Loyola University Maryland. I specialize in the study of American periodicals and late-nineteenth- […]

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    Greg Hoplamazian, Loyola University Maryland – Marketing During the Pandemic

    Greg Hoplamazian, Loyola University Maryland – Marketing During the Pandemic

    On Loyola University Maryland Week: How does a brand market effectively during a pandemic? Greg Hoplamazian, associate professor of communication, donates some good advice to help out. Greg Hoplamazian, Ph.D., associate professor of communication, works to understand what his students are going through—in and out of the classroom—to promote a positive learning environment. “Whether I […]

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    Ann Lusk, Harvard University – Cycle Tracks

    Ann Lusk, Harvard University – Cycle Tracks

    Design is key to increasing the use of bicycles in lower-income neighborhoods. Anne Lusk, research scientist at Harvard University, delves into why. Anne Lusk has 38 years of experience working on bicycle facilities with the first 16 years as a practitioner building and lecturing about bike facilities followed by 22 years as an academic in […]

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    Maria Antonia Rodriguez, Northcentral University – DASH Diet

    Maria Antonia Rodriguez, Northcentral University – DASH Diet

    It’s hard following a diet, even if it’s for medical reasons. Maria Antonia Rodriguez, associate professor of psychology at Northcentral University, details a plan that helps to keep people on the straight and narrow. Maria Antonia Rodriguez, associate professor of psychology at Northcentral University, has designed, implemented, and evaluated behavioral interventions to improve adherence to […]

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