Faculty Publication: A Scenic River in Rural Ohio

Siobhan Fennessy, Professor in Environmental Studies, and Joan Slonczewski, Professor of Biology, have published an article, “A Scenic River in Rural Ohio Shows Elevated Antibiotic Resistance Genes, Including Acinetobacter Tetracycline and Macrolide Resistance, Downstream of Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent” with co-authors April Murphey, ‘22 and Daniel Baric, ‘05. The article appears in Microbiology Spectrum VolumeContinue reading “Faculty Publication: A Scenic River in Rural Ohio”

Faculty Publication: Herd Immunity at What Price?

Jay Corrigan, Professor of Economics, has published the article “Herd Immunity at What Price? Using Auctions to Estimate what University Students Must be Paid to Get the Flu Vaccine” with co-authors Nick Clark and Matthew C. Rousu in Volume 23 of Preventive Medicine Reports. He has also placed opinion pieces on this subject with  Barron’sContinue reading “Faculty Publication: Herd Immunity at What Price?”

Faculty Interview: How COVID-19 Can Affect Mental Health

Irene López, Kenyon Associate Professor of Psychology, was recently interviewed for Bustle magazine on issues related to COVID. The article, How Having COVID-19 can affect mental health is featured in the September 2020 issue and is available to read online.  “The thing about COVID is that it’s bringing to light all these racial disparities inContinue reading “Faculty Interview: How COVID-19 Can Affect Mental Health”

Publication: World System satellites

Shaun Golding, Kenyon College Assistant Professor of Sociology, published an article, “World System satellites: Place-making and inequality during the 1990s rural migration rebound” in the Journal of Rural Studies October 2020 issue. The findings in this article offer insights for making sense of how inequality impacts rural America amidst the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Abstract ThisContinue reading “Publication: World System satellites”