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An article co-authored by Michael Hagerman, professor of chemistry, and Rebecca Cortez, associate professor of mechanical engineering, was published in Material Letters. “Improving Conductivity in Carbon Nanotube Percolating Networks Through Inclusion of Laponite Nanoparticles” is also co-authored by Lukas Valdman, a Czech exchange student, and Don Dobbs, retired research assistant.
Younghwan Song, professor of economics and IZA research fellow, published a paper in Survey Research Methods, the peer reviewed journal of the European Survey Research Association. "Rotation Group Bias In Current Smoking Prevalence Estimates Using TUS-CPS" showed that current smoking prevalence has been underestimated in one of the major U.S. government surveys because of the substantially increased number of additional questions smokers had to answer.
The Capital Region Chamber of Commerce will honor Gretchel Hathaway, chief diversity officer, this spring at its 27th Annual Women of Excellence Luncheon. Hathaway will be honored with the group’s Excellence in Professions award.