We celebrate the scholarship, projects and accomplishments of our talented and diverse arts and sciences faculty.
- Dr. Saroj Adhikari
- Aimée Baker
- Dr. Karina Ckless
- Dr. Mustafa Demir
- Dr. Beth Dixon
- Diane Fine
- Dr. Arzu Gul
- Dr. Shawna Mefferd Kelty
- Dr. Chiranjivi Lamsal
- Sue Lezon
- Dr. Stephen Light
- Dr. Justin Lowry
- Dr. John McMahon
- Dr. Sam Northshield
- Dr. Ken Podolak
- Dr. Sandra Rezac
- Dr. Scott Reznick
- Dr. Richard Robbins
- Dr. Jonathan Slater
- Dr. Rajesh Sunasee
- Dr. Kelly Theisen
- Dr. Michael Walters
Assistant Professor, Department of Physics
- Saroj Adhikari was awarded the KITP scholar award (2022-2024) providing travel funds to national meetings.
- S. Adhikari. “The Hubble tension in the non-flat Super−ΛCDM model," (2022). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dark.2022.101005
Lecturer, Department of English
- The documentary film titled She, based on Aimée Baker's award-winning collection of poetry Doe, has won the Best Documentary Film Feature at the Boston Independent Film Awards.
Professor, Department of Chemistry
- Ckless, K.; Sunasee, R. Chapter 19 – Mitochondria-Targeted Drugs and Immune Function.
In Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Nanotherapeutics; Oliveira, M. R. de, Ed.; Academic Press, 2021; pp 499–524. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-
Associate Professor, Department of Criminal Justice
- “Effect of awareness and notification of body-worn cameras on procedural justice, police legitimacy, cooperation, and compliance: Findings from a randomized controlled trial” has been published in Journal of Experimental Criminology, August 26, 2021. Accessible at: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11292-021-09487-6
Professor & Chair, Department of Philosophy
- “Playing the Poverty Simulation Game: A Course in Analysis and Revision” published in Teaching Ethics, January 8, 2022. https://doi.org/10.5840/tej20221798
SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor, Department of Art
- Exhibited twelve prints in Ink on Paper: A Letterpress Showcase an international, invitational exhibition for letterpress printers and artists at Great Park Gallery, The Palm Court Arts Complex, Irvine CA.
Lecturer, ESL Program, Department of English
- “Supporting Teacher Change in an English as a Foreign Language Environment: A Peer-Coaching Study in Turkey,” American Journal of Qualitative Research (AJQR)
Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Theatre
- Mefferd Kelty, S. (November 2020). Spinning Truth(s), Myths, Gossip, and Facts in the Theatre History Classroom. Theatre Topics, 30(3). https://doi.org/10.1353/tt.2020.0037
Assistant Professor, Department of Physics
- Dr. Chiranjivi Lamsal and Mr. Jonathan Sinopoli presented their research “Electronic, and Optical Properties of Small Clusters of Methylammonium Tin Bromide (CH 3 NH 3 SnBr 3)” at the annual March meeting of American Physical Society (APS) 2022.
Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Art
- Participated in group exhibitions at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Abilene, Texas.
Professor, Department of Sociology
- “Incarceration and the Failure of Opioid Addiction Treatment in the United States.” Contemporary Sociology 49(6), November 2020: 487-491. (Invited Review Essay).
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology
- “Soil biomarkers of cacao tree cultivation in the sacred cacao groves of the northern Maya lowlands.” Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, Vol. 41. February 2022. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103331
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science
- Crandall, E., Brown, R. and McMahon, J. “Magicians of the Twenty-First Century: Utopia, Work, and Domination in Silicon Valley,” Theory & Event 24 (3), 841-873
- Issar, S., Brown, R., and McMahon, J. “Rosa Luxemburg and the Primitive Accumulation of Whiteness.” In Creolizing Rosa Luxemburg, ed. Drucilla Cornell and Jane Anna Gordon, Rowman & Littlefield
Professor, Department of Mathematics
- “Topographs; Conway and otherwise”, Fibonacci Quarterly 58 (2020), no. 5, 172–189.
Associate Professor, Department of Physics
- K. Podolak*, V. Wickramasinghe, G. Mansfield, A. Tuller. “Manipulating Chladni Patterns of Ferromagnetic Materials by an External Magnetic Field.” 2022 https://www.techscience.com/sv/v55n3/43107
Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Sociology
- April 2021 recipient of the Ram Chugh/Senate Outstanding Service Award. “The Ram Chugh/Senate Outstanding Service Award is conferred by the SUNY University Faculty Senate Executive Committee. Nominees for the award must have achieved a reputation for outstanding service in the area of faculty governance at the System and Campus levels. Consideration will be given for a sustained level of commitment for a minimum of five years.” More about the Ram Chugh/Senate Outstanding Service Award.
Assistant Professor, Department of English
- “Hawthorne, History, and Politics: A Reassessment,” Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 78.1 (Spring 2022): 105–132.
SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor, Department of Anthropology
- Robbins, Richard H. (2022) Financialization. In The Handbook of Economic Anthropology. 3rd Edition. Edited by James G. Carrier. Berg Publishing
Professor & Chair, Department of Journalism & Public Relations
- Dr. Jonathan Slater (journalism and public relations) was the invited speaker at the BMP Rotating Lecture Program in Canadian Studies. Slater delivered a webinar, Marshall McLuhan, the Man Behind Québec’s October Crisis?, to audiences at Bridgewater State University and McGill University.
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry
- Pacherille, A.; Tuga, B.; Hallooman, D.; Dos Reis, I.; Vermette, M.; Issack, B.B.; Rhyman, L.; Ramasami, P.; Sunasee, R*. “BiCl3-Facilitated Removal of Methoxymethyl-Ether/Ester Derivatives and DFT Study of -O-C-O- Bond Cleavage,” New Journal of Chemistry, 2021, 45, 7109–7116. DOI: 10.1039/d1nj00449b
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry
- SUNY Plattsburgh Center for Teaching Excellence presentation: “How to Help Students Reframe Academic Anxiety by Cultivating a Growth Mindset.” (Sept. 2020).
Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Physics
- Michael Walters (physics) and Kevin McCullen (computer science) presented the tutorial, ‘Computer Science and Robotics using Single Board Computers’, at the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges (CCSCNE) held at Pace University on April 1.
- Michael Walters applied for a grant to the SUNY Technology Accelerator Fund (TAF) for his research in “One Book Library”.
More to Explore
Our faculty and students are active and engaged. From regular colloquies hosted by the Institute for Ethics in Public Life, to tantalizing exhibitions at our Plattsburgh State Art Museum, to groundbreaking research at the Lake Champlain Research Institute, we invite you to explore all arts and sciences has to offer.