- Dr. Young Choi, associate professor in the College of Arts & Sciences, had an article published in the May 2014 issue of the International Journal of Computer and Information Technology (IJCIT) titled "IOS Security Implications And Implementations: On Biometric Authentication and the Issue of Privacy."
- Regent Law professor Michael Hernandez's new book, Unlocking Estates in Land and Future Interests, was published in April and will be available for Fall 2014 courses.
- Professor Tom Folsom delivered a well-received presentation at the Drake Law Intellectual Property Scholars Roundtable March 28-29. His paper, "Algorithm Methods: A New Clue for Patent Eligible Subject Matter," is based on the popular software case, CLS Bank Intern v. Alice Corporation, which was argued before the Supreme Court at the beginning of April.
- Lynne Marie Kohm, a Regent Law professor, presented "A Brief Assessment of the 25-Year Effect of the Convention on the Rights of the Child" as a panelist for the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child on March 26.
- Dr. Paul Carr, professor in the School of Education, directed the Autonomous Learning World Caucus in Oxford, England, this March. This is the 10th year that Carr has convened scholars from around the world to discuss autonomous learning. Approximately 100 people participated in the event.
- Dr. Joseph Bucci, assistant professor in the College of Arts & Sciences, presented an ethics seminar for members of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, March 6. He discussed how businesses can develop and enforce a corporate code of ethics, and also addressed why a code of ethics makes good business sense.
- Dr. James Slack, professor in the Robertson School of Government, has published a devotional book for the Christian Public Servant, with contributions from people around the world providing daily devotions targeted toward public service employees.
- Regent Law professor Kenny Ching presented his paper, "Justice and Harsh Results: Beyond Individualism and Collectivism in Contracts," at the KCON9 Conference in Florida Feb. 21-22.
- Dr. Jeffry H. Morrison, associate professor in the Robertson School of Government, lectured at Christopher Newport University on "George Washington's Religious Statesmanship" at a conference co-sponsored by CNU's Center for American Studies and the Washington, Jefferson & Madison Institute on February 20-21.