September 2018 Kudos

September 12, 2018

Declan Cullen authored the article “Taking Back the Wheel” in Dissent.

Psychology doctoral student Sanam Singh Dhaliwal was awarded a $33,426 grant from the National Institutes of Health to examine the role of sleep disturbance in the development of perinatal depression.

Scott Jones’ furniture was displayed as part of the exhibition Design Domain: Contemporary Furniture and Inspired Decor at Glen Echo Park in Maryland.

David Karpf appeared on the panel "Digital Organizing: the politics of platforms, online communities, and memetics" at the American Political Science Association annual meeting. He also presented on “Digital Politics in Time" at the Understanding and Examining the Digital Advocacy Pioneer conference in Portsmouth, U.K.

Steven Livingston moderated a GW Alumni panel discussion in New York City on the midterm elections with Kate Bolduan, BA ‘05, Reena Ninan, BA ‘01, and Mosheh Oinounou, BA ‘04.

Michael Mann was a contributing author for California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment.

Melani McAlister authored the book The Kingdom of God Has No Borders: A Global History of American Evangelicals (Oxford University Press, 2018).

Patricia Phalen received the Barry Sherman Teaching Award from the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication for innovation in the teaching of media management, economics or entrepreneurship.

Frank Sesno moderated the White House Historical Association panel "Presidents and the Press Throughout History" at the Presidential Sites Summit.

Janet Steele spoke at the annual conference of the Association for Southeast Asian Studies of the United Kingdom at the University of Leeds.

Cheryl W. Thompson discussed the future of investigative journalism at the University of Missouri Reynolds Journalism Institute.

Sarah E. Wagner received a $12,020 grant from the National Science Foundation for research on humanitarian infrastructures and networks of protection.

Silvio Waisbord co-authored the article “Journalists and Media Ownership: Practices and Professional Conditions of Argentine Journalism” in Brazilian Journalism Research.

Clay Warren was chosen as plenary leader at the Lands of the Living international conference at the University of London.

Matthew R. Wilson performed in “Triumph of Isabella” Experience: An Exploration of Art Through Performance at the University of Maryland.