Kathy Merlock Jackson published an article titled "Citizen Kane, Collecting, and the American Character: What, Why, and How Charlie Collects" in the March 2020 issue of The Journal of American Culture (43:1). This theme issue of the journal was devoted to collecting and collectibles.

Joyce Howell published an article on early 20th-century art pedagogies, and in particular, a well-known but under-examined text by avant-garde painter Paul Klee. The article, “ Element-And-Principles Instruction, Perceptual Drawing and Paul Klee's Pedagogical Sketchbook ” was published in International Journal of Art and Design Education , V.39, no.1, Feb. 2020.
Leslie Caughell published “ #FakeNews in #NatSec: Handling Misinformation ," in The US Army War College journal, Parameters.

Terry Lindvall's chapter on “ Recasting Snow White: Parodic Animated Homages to the Disney Feature ” appears in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: New Perspectives on Production, Reception , Legacy  (eds. Chris Pallant and Christopher Holliday) (Bloomsbury Press, 2020).

President Scott D. Miller   authors a higher education column for The Virginian-Pilot and Daily Press , including the most recent " Regional brand boasts great potential " (February 2020). Dr. Miller regularly contributes to Enrollment Manager (" Promoting Your Brand ," December 2019) and also edits the presidential thought series, President to President (" Creative Collaborations: The Promise of Strategic Partnerships ," April 2020). His daily blo g about campus life, Dialogue , can be found at   prezscottmiller.blogspot.com .
Denise Wilkinson presented "Integrating Web-Based Activities into Face-to-Face and Online Courses to Engage Generation Z Students" at the National Organization for Student Success conference in Nashville, TN.
Travis Malone and 40 VWU students presented the war time comedy “ THE SHIELD .” The production was a new adaptation of Menander's Ancient Greek comedy. It was co-written by VWU student Ceclia Ward , majoring in Classics, and Trey Delpo, VWU Theatre Alum and Enrollment Counselor. The production took place March 5 - 8 in the Susan S. Goode Fine and Performing Arts Center at VWU and was part of the Norfolk Theatre Festival.

Ben Haller signed a book contract for his book “'Such, Charmed by Circes Luxurie, and Ease': The role of the Greek and Latin Classics in the Literary and Material Culture of Seventeenth Century Virginia Tidewater," which began with a VWU faculty development grant, and has already resulted in a second book chapter with Blackwell.
The course, "Recreation Therapy Management and Organization," taught by Takeyra Collins , and "Animals and Society" taught by Kathy Stolley , combined sessions to welcome campus guest experts. Kathy Ames presented on certified therapy dogs. Heather Campbell and Hans shared their experience working with wounded warriors and paralympians.

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