Black History Month, Counselor Award, Physics Professor Publishes
Black History Month events start Wednesday; Nice named Counselor Educator of the Year; physics professor publishes on energy equations for projectiles; and more
Every year in June, the US Supreme Court hands down decisions that impact the lives of millions of Americans. While some of these decisions may seem difficult to understand, having a basis of knowledge about the way the Bill of Rights and amendments to the US Constitution work will help clear things up, says Gwen Torges, chair of the Political Science Department, in The Supreme Court and Your Rights in 10 Minutes.
Sibyl West and Brittany Pollard-Kosidowski, faculty in the Department of Counseling, published a book chapter in David Capuzzi’s fourth edition of Career Counseling: Foundations, Perspectives, and Applications.
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