Daniel Freedman (Chemistry), Matthew Buck ’08 (Chemistry) and Lucas Vandenburgh ’08g (Education) published “Preparation, Separation, and Characterization of Ruthenium(II) Thiocyanate Linkage Isomers” in the American Chemical Society journal, “Inorganic Chemistry.”
Howard Good’s (Communication and Media) poems have recently appeared in such publications as “whispers & [Shouts],” “Origami Condom,” “Waterlogged August,” “The Honey Land Review,” “Neon” and “qarrtsiluni.”
Aaron Haselton (Biology) wrote a paper, titled “FMRFamide-Like Immunoreactivity in the Central Nervous System and Alimentary Tract of the Non-Hematophagous Blow Fly, Phormia Regina, and the Hematophagous Horse Fly, Tabanus Nigrovittatus,” with John Stoffolano and Chih-Ming Yin at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, which appeared in the Journal of Insect Science.
John Langan’s (English) short fiction collection, “Mr. Gaunt and Other Uneasy Encounters,” will be published in December.
Frances Ricciardi Saraceno (Foreign Languages, Emeritus) published a translation of Rogelio Cuesta’s work, “Escaping from the Prisons Within (Escaparse de las Prisiones Interiores).”
Tad Richards (English) had his poem “What’s That Over by the Wheelbarrow?” appear in Masthead #11, an online anthology.
Anne Roschelle’s (Sociology) article, “Welfare Indignities: Homeless Women, Domestic Violence, and Welfare Reform in San Francisco,” was published in the September 2008 online volume of “Gender Issues.”
Scott Saccomano (Nursing) co-authored an article with Deborah DeLuca of Seton Hall University in South Orange, N.J., “Too Toxic: Firm Up on the Facts and Considerations Associated with Acetaminophen Toxicity,” in the September 2008 issue of Nursing Management.