For the Record - Week of Sept. 15, 2023

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Krisanna Scheiter, associate professor and chair of the Philosophy Department, was a guest on the “Ethics Untangled” podcast to talk about her edited volume, Conflict and Resolution: The Ethics of Forgiveness, Punishment, and Revenge. Listen to the podcast here.

Luke Dosiek, associate professor of electrical, computer and biomedical engineering, attended the 2023 IEEE Power and Energy Society general meeting in Orlando, where he presented a paper, “An Iterative Algorithm for Accurate Estimation of Power System Forced Oscillation Parameters.” He also organized a panel session on the challenges and opportunities facing power engineering education at primarily undergraduate institutions, where he gave a talk, “Power Engineering Education in a Liberal Arts Setting.” Also, he represented the IEEE Schenectady Section at the 2023 IEEE Sections Congress in Ottawa.

Yijing Stehle, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, recently had three papers published. “Graphene Oxide Membranes: Controlled Laser Reduction for Sensing Applications” is first authored by Aiden Rowley ‘23, with contributions by Luke Kilby ‘23 and Caleb Bashant ‘22, for the Journal of Carbon Research. In the Journal of Materials Science and Technology, Stehle co-authored a paper, “Extrusion-based 3D-printed ‘rolled-up’ composite scaffolds with hierarchical pore structure for bone growth and repair.” Also, for the Royal Society of Chemistry, “Injectable gelatin microspheres for osteomyelitis treatment: osteogenic and anti-inflammatory effect.”

Lorraine Morales Cox, associate professor and chair of the Department of Visual Arts, joins a discussion about “The Education of Emerging Hispanic Artists” with Laudelina Martinez, owner of Martinez Gallery in Troy, Thursday, Sept. 21, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Albany Public Library’s Delaware branch. The two will consider issues that emerging Latino artists face early in their education, such as career options, identities, historical contexts and opportunities. Registration for the “The Education of Emerging Hispanic Artists” discussion is required for both in-person and online options. The library branch is located at 331 Delaware Ave., Albany.

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