Library & Information Technology and the Provost’s Office is sponsoring a Faculty Scholarship Reception on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., in the Bertrand Library’s Traditional Reading Room. This reception recognizes Bucknell faculty members who have published journal articles, exhibits, performances, films, and other works in 2016-2017.

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2017 Faculty Scholars

Tulu Bayar – “Presence”, Center for Visual Art, Denver, CO, Curated group exhibition, February 3-April 8, 2017

Bayar, Tulu. “Presence”, Center for Visual Art, Denver, CO, Curated group exhibition, February 3-April 8, 2017.

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Tulu Bayar – 2016 Society for Photographic Education National Conference Video Festival Screening in Las Vegas, NV, March 10-13, 2016

Bayar, Tulu. 2016 Society for Photographic Education National Conference Video Festival Screening in Las Vegas, NV, March 10-13, 2016

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Jason T. Cantley – New and resurrected Hawaiian species of pilo (Coprosma, Rubiaceae) from the island of Maui

Cantley JT, Sporck-Koehler MJ, Chau MM (2016) New and resurrected Hawaiian species of pilo (Coprosma, Rubiaceae) from the island of Maui. PhytoKeys 60: 33-48. doi: 10.3897/phytokeys.60.6465

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Jason T. Cantley – New Functionally Dioecious Bush Tomato, Solanum ossicruentum, May Utilize “Trample Burr” Seed Dispersal.

Martine, C.T., J.C. Cantley, E. Frawley, A. Butler, and I.E. Jordon-Thaden. 2016. New functionally dioecious bush tomato, Solanum ossicruentum, may utilize “trample burr” seed dispersal. PhytoKeys 63: 19-29.doi: 10.3897/phytokeys.63.7743

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Jason T. Cantley – Multiple Records of Monoecy in Dioecious Taxa of Hawaiian Coprosma spp. (Rubiaceae).

Cantley, J.T., D. Frohlich, and C.T. Martine. 2016. Multiple records of monoecy in dioecious taxa of Hawaiian Coprosma spp. (Rubiaceae). Records of the Hawaiian Biological Survey 118: 9-12.

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Beth Capaldi – Evidence of Rock Kangaroo Seed Dispersal via Faecal Seed Storage in a Tropical Monsoon Community

Martine, C.T., A.J. Boni, E.A. Capaldi, G. Lionheart and I.E. Jordon-Thaden. 2016. Evidence of rock-dwelling macropod seed dispersal in a tropical monsoon community. Northern Territory Naturalist 27: 68-77.

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Elizabeth A. Capaldi – Honey Bee Deformed Wing Virus Structures Reveal that Conformational Changes Accompany Genome Release

Organtini LJ, Shingler KL, Ashley RE, Capaldi EA, Durrani K, Dryden KA, Makhov AM, Conway JF, Pizzorno MC, Hafenstein S. 2017. Honey bee deformed wing virus structures reveal that conformational changes accompany genome release. J Virol 91:e01795-16. https://doi.org/10.1128/JVI.01795-16.

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