Faculty Research Roundup, August 2021

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Prof. Sarah Boyle of the Department of Biology is co-author of “The Disappearing Dry Chaco, One Of The Last Dry Forest Systems On Earth” published July 21 in Landscape Ecology and “Identifying Structural Connectivity Priorities In Eastern Paraguay’s Fragmented Atlantic Forest” published August 21 in Scientific Reports.

Prof. Patrick Kelly of the Department of Biology is co-author of “Integrating Ecosystem Metabolism And Consumer Allochthony Reveals Nonlinear Drivers In Lake Organic Matter Processing” published August 6 in Limnology and Oceanography.

Prof. Ali Masood of the Department of Politics and Law, with Prof. Jennifer Bowie of the University of Richmond, is conducting research on the impact of COVID-19 on judicial decisions.

Prof. Shadrack Nasong'o of the Department of International Studies is editor of a new book titled African Governance, Security, and Development (Lexington Books, 2021).

Prof. William Skoog of the Department of Music has published a new book titled The Choral Works of Jennifer Higdon: Choral Kaleidoscope (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2021).