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Dr. Kesha Morant Williams stands by a window at the Penn State Health St. Joseph location

Morant Williams gives a voice to the underrepresented

From examining issues related to race, ethnicity, culture, gender and religion through the lens of popular culture, to telling the stories of individuals with invisible illnesses who do not feel heard, Kesha Morant Williams has one main goal in her research.
Penn State President Eric J. Barron (center) speaks with Penn State Berks Chancellor R. Keith Hillkirk and Lisa Weaver, Educational Program Associate

Invent Penn State Day

Penn State President Eric J. Barron (center) speaks with Penn State Berks Chancellor R. Keith Hillkirk and Lisa Weaver, Educational Program Associate at the Langan LaunchBox, the home of the joint Invent Penn State initiative between Penn State Berks and Penn State Health St. Joseph.

Dr. Kesha Morant Williams stands by a window at the Penn State Health St. Joseph location

Morant Williams gives a voice to the underrepresented

Kesha Morant Williams, associate professor of communication arts and sciences at Penn State Berks.

Dr. Morant Williams works with student researcher Emily Pfender (’16)

Dr. Morant Williams works with Emily Pfender (’16)

Kesha Morant Williams works with Emily Pfender, class of 2016.

Dr. Morant Williams works with Emily Pfender (’16)

Morant Williams gives a voice to the underrepresented

From examining issues related to race, ethnicity, culture, gender and religion through the lens of popular culture, to telling the stories of individuals with invisible illnesses who do not feel heard, Kesha Morant Williams has one main goal in her research: to give a voice to misrepresented and underrepresented groups of people.
Dr. Michael R. Bartolacci

Professors develop model to strengthen wireless network

Protecting and strengthening the security of wireless networks used by law enforcement, firefighters and emergency responders during natural disasters and minimizing damage to networks by terrorists and hackers — these are the two key issues addressed in a unique modeling approach developed by two professors, one from Penn State Berks and the other from Ontario’s University of Waterloo.
Thomas Jay Lynn and his book “Chinua Achebe and The Politics of Narration: Envisioning Language”

Lynn publishes book on Chinua Achebe and politics of narration

Thomas Jay Lynn, associate professor of English at Penn State Berks, has published his first book — “Chinua Achebe and The Politics of Narration: Envisioning Language”

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