• Psychology,  Publications

    What Are the Chances? Why We Believe in Luck by Barbara Blatchley

    Dr. Barbara Blatchley recently published her second book, “What are the Chances? Why We Believe in Luck” through Columbia University Press. The book has already been reviewed favorably by multiple sources, including Inside Higher Ed and Dr. Blatchley was also interviewed by GQ Magazine. “Witty in tone. Psychology and neuroscience…

  • English,  showing/thinking

    showing/thinking: Christine Cozzens

    Christine Cozzens is the vice president for academic affairs, dean of the college, and the Charles A. Dana Professor of English at Agnes Scott College. She has a B.A. and an M.A. from Stanford University and a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. Professor Cozzens’ teaching, scholarly and writing…

  • Dance,  showing/thinking

    showing/thinking: Bridget Roosa

    Bridget Roosa is a professor of dance and chair of theatre and dance at Agnes Scott College. She holds a B.F.A. from Southern Methodist University and her M.F.A. from Florida State University. Her teaching and scholarly interests include ballet and modern technique, choreography, labanotation and dance history. Labanotation is a…

  • Chemistry,  showing/thinking

    showing/thinking: Lilia Harvey

    Lilia Harvey is the Charles A. Dana Professor and chair of Chemistry and associate dean for STEM teaching and learning at Agnes Scott. She holds a B.S. from Florida International University and a Ph.D. from Georgia Institute of Technology. Her teaching and scholarly interests include organic chemistry, synthesis and study…

  • showing/thinking,  Sociology

    showing/thinking: Yvonne Newsome

    Yvonne Newsome is a professor of sociology at Agnes Scott College. She holds a B.A. and M.A. from the University of Memphis and a Ph.D. from Northwestern University. Professor Newsome’s research interests center on racial-ethnic identity and relations; race, class, and gender intersections and inequality; social problems; sociology of education;…

  • Biology,  showing/thinking

    showing/thinking: Lock Rogers

    Lock Rogers is an associate professor of biology at Agnes Scott College. He holds a B.S. from The University of Georgia and a Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky. Rogers’ area of research is evolutionary ecology focused on the effects of selection and environmental variance on the evolution of life…

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