This podcast is part of the Bryant Faculty Spotlight series. In this episode, Dr. Maura Coughlin speaks about her book Ecocriticism and the Anthropocene in Nineteenth Century Art and Visual Culture and how art and visual culture can be used to relate 19th century preoccupations with ecosystems to contemporary environmental concerns.
This podcast is part of the Bryant Faculty Spotlight series. In this episode, Dr. Stefanie Boyer speaks about her path to success as a professor, as well as how she and a team of her colleagues have developed RNMKRS – an app that leverages virtual reality scenarios to train students in sales and in empathy.
This video is part of the Bryant Faculty Spotlight series. In this episode, Brian Blais speaks about his book Statistical Inference for Everyone, an open textbook that approaches introductory statistical inference in a novel way.
In each episode of the Bryant Faulty Spotlight outstanding Bryant University faculty discuss their projects, publications, successes, and challenges. The production of this series is made possible by the Douglas and Judith Krupp Library in collaboration with University Relations.
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