2016 Top Centre Stories: Faculty Profiles

Posted by Centre News in Anthro/Soc, Behavioral Neuroscience, Economics, International Studies, News, Religion 20 Dec 2016

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As 2016 draws to a close, we’re taking a look back at the most popular web stories this year based on analytics from Centre’s website. Below are five of the top news stories featuring Centre faculty.

Rick Axtell’s labor of love

This year Rick Axtell, H. W. Stodghill, Jr. and Adele H. Stodghill Professor or Religion, reached the career milestone of officiating at the wedding for his 50th Centre alum.

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Running through the states: Anderson one state away from marathons in all 50

David Anderson, Paul G. Blazer Professor of Economics, completed the Run ND Marathon in June, a feat that rounds off marathons in all 50 states.

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Centre’s Lori Hartmann-Mahmud does research in Ethiopia as a Fulbright Fellow

Lori Hartmann-Mahmud spent a year as a Fulbright Fellow at Wollo University in Cameroon. The Frank B. and Virginia B. Hower Associate Professor of International Studies and chair of International Studies program, Hartmann-Mahmud spent most of her time teaching, but she also engaged in research on the topic of “Exploring Governance and Development in Ethiopia.”

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KatieAnn Skogsberg: Professor takes reins in Concussion Research

Associate Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience KatieAnn Skogsberg trained elite show horses and coached their riders in her home state of Idaho, until an accident changed her life.

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Hamilton’s jury selection research receives increasing attention

Over the last decade, Centre’s Stodghill Professor of Psychology Mykol Hamilton has devoted much of her research to the social psychology of the jury selection process, and she has increasingly been called to serve as a legal consultant and expert witness in high profile criminal cases.

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