People in the news- May 17, 2018

A flash fiction work by Kimmo Rosenthal, professor of mathematics, was accepted for publication in the literary magazine decomP. The Old Topology consists of only one sentence.

Jennifer Matsue, professor of music, attended a retreat on “Music, Social Justice and Resistance” in Tiverton, R.I. Sponsored by Tufts University, the conference brought together musicians, activists and scholars to explore how to “leverage our research, teaching, performance and activism to develop and intensify social justice initiatives with local and global impact." Plans are underway to encourage voting through music performance and song ("Imagine Then Vote!"), and Matsue will continue to work with Tufts faculty as they develop a Music and Advocacy Center.

An article by Rudy Nydegger, professor emeritus, was published in the Journal of Applied Business Research. “The Psychology of Work: Changes in the 21st Century” was co-authored by his daughter Colby Enides.

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