Leah Dickens, Kenyon Assistant Professor of Psychology, co-published with Richard W. Robbins (UC Davis), an article titled “Pride: A meta-analytic project”. It can be found in the November 2020 issue of Emotion. Abstract Pride is a complex construct, at times conceptualized positively (as a positive emotional reaction to a personal success) and at other timesContinue reading “Publication: Pride: A meta-analytic project”
English Department Professor, Ira Sukrungruang, has published his essay “To Disappear & To Find” in Issue 66 of Brevity Magazine. The essay is from a time before the pandemic, while driving 5 days a week, 2 hours a day to Kenyon College with his son. “The flat of Ohio spreads in subtle swales before us,Continue reading “Publication: To Disappear and To Find”
Kenyon Biology Professor, Siobhan Fennessy, has published an article in Plant and Soil’s January 2021 issue titled, “The main drivers of methane emissions differ in the growing and flooded fallow seasons in Mediterranean rice fields.” The entire article is available to read online. Abstract Purpose To assess 1) the cumulative greenhouse gas emissions –GHG- and globalContinue reading “Publication: The Main Drivers of Methane Emissions”
Kenyon Professor, Siobhan Fennessy, was presented with the 40th Anniversary Award of the Society of Wetland Scientists in December 2020. This award is for “the high level and sustained contributions that you have made to wetland research, practice, education, communication, and support to the Society.”
Kenyon Professor, Robert Mauck and Lisa (Harn) Elliott, ’09, have co-published an article titled “Evidence of Incubation Trade‐offs in Leach’s Storm‐Petrel (Oceanodroma leucorhoa) : Ptilochronology as a Measure of Reproductive Investment in a Long‐lived Seabird”. Much of the work was part of Lisa’s senior honors thesis at Kenyon College, and she has since recently finishedContinue reading “Publication: Evidence of Incubation”
Congratulations to @KenyonCollege Professor Jacqueline McAllister for receiving both the iCourts Fellowship, as well as the CFR International Affairs Fellowship! You can learn more about this Fulbright Scholar’s research on her website.
Kenyon Associate Professor of Economics, Galina An, has recently published an article on real estate forecasting, titled “Bubbling Away: Forecasting Real Estate Prices, Rents, and Bubbles in a Transition Economy.” It can be found in the October 2020 issue of Comparative Economic Studies. Abstract Real housing prices have both surged and swooned in formerly socialistContinue reading “Publication: Bubbling Away”