Elif S. Armbruster, English, has published Domestic Biographies:Stowe, Howells, James, and Wharton at Home. The book explores the domestic realities that underscore the authors’ Realist fiction and provides an innovative, architectural lens through which to study the lives and literature of four of America’s best-known authors.

Melanie Berkmen, Chemistry and Biochemistry. Her article “Efficient Gene Transfer in Bacterial Cell Chains” was published in the journal mBio, March/April 2011.

Thomas McGrath, Humanities and Modern Languages. His article “Dominicans, Franciscans, and the Art of Political Rivalry: Two Drawings and a Fresco by Giovanni Maria della Rovere” was published in Renaissance Studies, Vol. 25, No. 2, April 2011, pp. 185– 207.

Quentin Miller, English, published a work of flash fiction “Carney” in Flashquake, Spring 2011: www.flashquake.org/index.html.

Alasdair Roberts, Law School. His book The Logic of Discipline: Global Capitalism and the Architecture of Government (Oxford University Press in 2010) received an honorable mention from the Section on Public Administration Research (SPAR) of the American Society for Public Administration.