Mallory Bower, associate director of career services, co-authored a chapter in the latest volume of New Directions for Student Leadership: "A Mindset for Career Curiosity: Emerging Leaders Working in the Digital Space.” Part of the book “Going Digital in Student Leadership,” her chapter addresses the rapid growth of American industry and a proposed framework that can be used to prepare students for quickly evolving 21st century digital work environments. Bower’s co-author is Peter Konwerski, vice provost and dean of student affairs at George Washington University.

Physics professor Shashi Kanbur is co-author of “Multiwavelength Light Curve Parameters of Cepheid Variables” with Anupam Bhardwaj (Delhi University), Marcella Marconi (INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte), Marina Rejkuba (European Southern Observatory), Harinder P. Singh (Delhi University) and Chow-Choong Ngeow (National Central University, Taiwan). Kanbur also served as co-author on two posters being presented at the Astronomical Society of India meeting in Jaipur: “Multiphase PL-PC Relations for Cepheids,” with Richa Kundu of Delhi University and Bhardwaj and Singh, and “A Comparative Study of Theoretical and Observed Light Curves of RR Lyraes,” with Susmita Das of Delhi University and Bhardwaj, Singh and Marconi.

The School of Business recently welcomed Xiancong Wu as a visiting scholar from Southwest University of Political Science and Law in Chongqing, China. She is an associate professor of management in department of auditing at that institution. Wu arrived in Oswego in February and will be here through February 2018, pursuing research with Oswego’s Hong Wan on “The Heterogeneity of Institutional Investors and the Impact upon Majority Shareholder Tunneling.”

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