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Michael Hickey

Michael C. Hickey, Ph.D., professor of history, presented "Social Structures, Fields of Power, and Individual Experience: Interlocking Themes in Discussion of the 1917 Revolutions on the Occasional of its Centennial,” at the annual international conference of the Study Group on the Russian Revolution at Newcastle, England.

This year's conference commemorated the centennial of Russia's 1917 revolutions, and brought together fifty scholars from across Europe and North America. Hickey's talk, in the meeting's final session "Future Directions," presented a summary, synthesis and critique of the twenty-four papers presented at this conference.

Cassandra Sachar

Cassandra O’Sullivan Sachar, Ed.D., assistant professor of writing, recently published several articles in recent months: “How to Shrink Your Course” in The Chronicle of Higher Education, “6 Tips for Supercharging Your Learning Stations” in Edutopia, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: How Teacher Modeling Improves Student Writing” in Teachers.Net Gazette, “Five Quick Tips to Motivate Reluctant Writers” in the NADE English SPIN Newsletter, “Bridging Students’ Cultural Understanding: Teaching World Literature” in Modern English Teacher, and “Reflection on My First Year as a Professor: How I Cultivated a Rewarding Experience” in Women in Higher Education.