Phineas Dowling is a PhD candidate in literature at Auburn University where he teaches literature and composition. His dissertation is on Scottish identity and British literature of the long eighteenth century. In addition to his scholarship, Phineas has a strong interest in pedagogy and university administration.

Campus Dining in a Pandemic

As colleges and universities across the country are reopening amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the many challenges they face is the...  More

Biometric Security and the Question of Privacy

As private colleges and universities look to the future of security and access control on campus, more concerns about student and staff...  More

Northeastern University Invests In the Future of AI

Northeastern University is looking to the future and investing in multiple institutes focused on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine...  More

Could eSports Arenas be the Future of Campus Athletics Facilities?

As more and more athletics conferences and individual colleges across the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) have cancelled or...  More

Getting Back to the Lab

Colleges and universities across the country face many questions about how to return to campus safely while the COVID-19 pandemic...  More

Securing Your Network: The Greatest Vulnerability is the Human Factor

When we picture “hacking” we might have an image from movies of an individual, sitting in a dark room in front of several monitors,...  More