Stephen Taber, professor of biology, has a manuscript titled “A New Southwestern Species of Erioptera Meigen Crane Fly (Diptera: Tipulidae)” accepted for publication inSouthwestern Entomologist. The species from Utah is named for Ruth and Ted Braun, who established a fellowship program that supported the research. Also, Taber has a manuscript titled “A New Boreal Species of Boletina Staeger Fungus Gnat (Diptera: Mycetophilidae)” accepted for publication in Southwestern Entomologist. In addition, Taber has a manuscript titled “Three New Nearctic Species of the Fungus Gnat Genus Tetragoneura Winnertz, 1846 (Diptera: Mycetophilidae)” accepted for publication inSpixiana, a journal of the Bavarian State Zoological Collection in Munich. Finally, Taber has a manuscript titled “A New Nearctic Fungus Gnat species of the genusEctrepesthoneura Enderlein (Diptera: Mycetophilidae)” accepted forpublication inStudia Dipterologica, a journal of the Senckenberg Deutsches Entomologisches Institute in Muncheberg, Germany.
• Paul Teed, professor of history, had an article titled “Idealism and Ambition: Joseph R. Hawley, the 7th Connecticut and the Battle of Olustee,” published in the spring issue ofConnecticut History Review. The research for this article was funded by the Ruth and Ted Braun Fellowship Program at SVSU.