Seen and Heard On Campus

SCHOLARLY PURSUITS

Bryan Bannon, associate professor of philosophy and director of the environmental studies programBryan Bannon, associate professor of philosophy and director of the environmental studies program, delivers a talk at Merrimack’s 14th annual Tolle Lege reception for published authors in McQuade Library in February. Bannon edited “Nature and Experience: Phenomenology and the Environment” (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016), a collection of essays assessing the contributions that phenomenology—the philosophical study of the structures of experience and consciousness—has made to environmental studies.

In addition to Bannon, faculty members delivering remarks during the event were Sarah Benes, senior director and lecturer for graduate health sciences; Sirkwoo Jin, assistant professor of international business and management; James Kaklamanos, assistant professor of civil engineering;  Zoe Sherman, assistant professor of economics; and Elaine Ward, assistant professor of education.

In all, 80 faculty, staff and students were recognized this year for their academic scholarship published during the 2016 calendar year.

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