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Two Women Scholars Appointed as Co-Editors of the <em>American Journal of Political Science</em>

Two Women Scholars Appointed as Co-Editors of the American Journal of Political Science

Kathleen Dolan and Jennifer L. Lawless have been named co-editors of the American Journal of Political Science, the flagship journal of the Midwest Political Science Association. They will lead the editorial team, consisting of four associate editors and a 56-member editorial board, for a four-year term beginning in June 2019.

Five Women Academics Are Honored with Notable Awards

Five Women Academics Are Honored with Notable Awards

The honorees are Joy Spanabel Emery, professor emerita at the University of Rhode Island, Terrie E. Moffitt of Duke University in North Carolina, Stacie Raucci at Union College in Schenectady, New York, Linda P. Fried of Columbia University in New York City, and Yvonne Janssen-Heininger of the University of Vermont.

The New President of the College of Idaho

The New President of the College of Idaho

When she takes office in July 2015, Charlotte Borst will be the first woman to serve as president in the 124-year history of the College of Idaho. Currently, she is vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty at Whittier College in California.

Vinita Sauder Appointed President of Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska

Vinita Sauder Appointed President of Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska

Dr. Sauder has been serving as vice president for strategic initiatives at Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee. She joined the university’s faculty in 1983 and taught in the School of Business and Management.

University of Texas Study Examines Social and Psychological Impact of Rape

University of Texas Study Examines Social and Psychological Impact of Rape

Among areas in which researchers found widespread negative consequences were self-esteem, perceived social reputation, sexual desire, and self-perceived mate value or desirability.

Five Colleges Receive Grants to Boost Recruiting and Retention of Women in Computing Fields

Five Colleges Receive Grants to Boost Recruiting and Retention of Women in Computing Fields

The winners are Claremont Graduate University, Fisk University, Union College, the University of Central Arkansas, and the University of Virginia.

Five New Women Teaching at Union College

Five New Women Teaching at Union College

There are 19 new faculty members on the Schenectady, New York campus. Five are women.