Professor Glenn Geher has two new publications. Along with psychology graduate students Jacqueline Di Santo and Julie Planke, Professor Geher co-authored a chapter titled “Social Reputation” for the Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science (T. Shackelford, Ed.). He also was an invited contributor to November’s cover story for Times Higher Education. The article is on the topic of what makes for a great university lecture. Professor Geher’s section is titled “Turning off the lights is not a great idea.” Times Higher Education is an international magazine dedicated to exploring issues in higher education. An unabridged version of Professor Geher’s essay has been reposted on his Psychology Today blog here.