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Research & Publications

 STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS
 
  • Charlotte Ference has been accepted into the Oxford Program for 2013-2014
She will be studying in Oxford next academic year.
 
  • Amy Hernandez was accepted to graduate school at both The Union Theological Seminary and the Harvard Divinity School.  She will be attending Union.
 
 FACULTY ACCOMPLISHMENTS
 
Dr. Alexander Eodice
 
  •  “Critical Realism” New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2012-13: Ethics and Philosophy. Ed. Robert L. Fastiggi. 4 vols. Detroit: Gale, forthcoming 2013.
 
  • “Interpretation” New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2012-13: Ethics and Philosophy. Ed. Robert L. Fastiggi. 4 vols. Detroit: Gale, forthcoming 2013.
 
  • Book contract with Kendall Hunt Publishing Company. Extraordinary Puzzles About Ordinary Ideas: An Introduction to Philosophy (working title) expected publication 2014.
 
  • "Godel, God, and Logic: Reflections on the Ontological Argument» Presentation in lecture series, jointly sponsored by the Mathematics and Philosophy Departments.  April, 2013
 
  • Reviewer for the publication of the 9th edition of Philosophy of Law edited by Feinberg, Coleman and Kutz.  Cenage Learning publications, Jan. 2013.  Mentioned in Acknowledgements.
 
  • Panelist, Democracy Matters program on 2012 election issues, Iona College  October, 2012
 
  • Member of the Executive Council, American Catholic Philosophical Association
 
  • Bene Merenti Award for thirty years of service to Iona College
 
Chris Perricone
 
  • Presented a paper at the Hawaiian International Arts and Humanities Conference, January 2013, the title of which was "Art World: a Darwinian view."
  • Two of published articles, 2004, Art Selection, or the Preservation of Artworks in the Struggle for Art, The Journal of Aesthetics, 38, (2), 53-66; 2011, What Women Want: ((Among Other Things) Quality Art, The Journal of Aesthetic Education, 45, (3) 88-102, were cited by Stephen Davies, The Artful Species: Aesthetics, Art, and Evolution, Oxford University Press, 2013.
  • Applied and was approved for a sabbatical.
  • In the research and development stages of 3 projects which I will complete and submit for publication by the end of my sabbatical leave. If anyone wants to see details of the those projects, he may consult my sabbatical application.
  • Continues to develop my aesthetics class, which is based on both interpretation/evaluation of the classics and my own research interests
  • Coordinator of the Paris Study Abroad Program.
Michael Jordan
  • Co-chaired Middle States Coordinating Committee
  • Chaired Faculty Senate
  • Chaired College Council
  • Served on Budget Committee
  • Served on Human Resources and Compensation Committee