We extend kudos this week to faculty, staff and students who continue to distinguish themselves and Metro State through their accomplishments.
History Professor Thomas Altherr is among the winners of the 2012 McFarland-SABR Baseball Research Award for his article, "Basepaths and Baselines: The Agricultural and Surveying Contexts of the Emergence of Baseball," published in the Fall 2011 edition of “Base Ball: A Journal of the Early Game.”
Aviva Bulow, a sophomore biology major, received Honorable Mention from the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program. Aviva is the first Roadrunner to receive recognition from this prestigious and very competitive scholarship organization.
Maurice Hamington, associate vice president of academic centers and programs, is co-editor of book titled, “Contemporary Feminist Pragmatism” as part of the Routledge Contemporary Philosophy Series(New York: Routledge, 2012).This is an anthology of original chapters addressing the intersection of feminist philosophy and American philosophy on issues of race, community, politics, education and sustainability. In addition to the introduction, Hamington contributed a chapter on hospitality as a form of moral inquiry.
Metro State students in ornithology have designed interpretive posters that will be on permanent display at the Audubon Society of Greater Denver's Nature Center. For directions, click here.
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