Faculty and Staff Resources

Faculty Scholarship

Chris Podeschi

Chris Podeschi, associate professor of sociology, is the primary author of the research paper “Unconventional Boomtowns: On the Social and Individual Impacts of Natural Gas Extraction from the Marcellus Shale” recently accepted for publication in Coordinating Research on the Social Impacts of Energy Development: Synthesis across the Social Sciences as a refereed book chapter. The paper is based on research done with a grant provided by Geisinger Health System. Co-authors include Heather Feldhaus, professor of sociology; John Hintz, professor of environmental issues and politics, Ethan Minier '14, as well as Dr. Lisa Bailey-Davis and Jacob Mowery, both of Geisinger.

Michael Hickey

Michael C. Hickey, Ph.D., professor of history, has a research essay "Who Controls The Woods? Forests and Monogovlastie in Smolensk in 1917" that will appear in the peer reviewed journal Revolutionary Russia in June 2019. Revolutionary Russia is the foremost journal on the revolutionary period of Russia. It publishes interdisciplinary research and reviews.

Stephen Clickard

Stephen Clickard, professor of music, chair of the Department of Music, Theatre and Dance and director of the Center for Visual and Performing Arts, had his jazz settings of six traditional Christmas carols published by eJazzLines Publications. "Noël Nouvelet," "Here We Come A-Wassailing," "Oh Come, Oh Come Emmanue," "Angels We Have Heard On High,” "God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen,” “It Came Upon The Midnight Clear” and The Holly and the Ivy" are also featured prominently on the soon to be released recording by the Clickard Consortium on its album, “Noël Nouvelet.”