Excellence &at Daemen College 2015â&#x20AC;&#x201C;2016
Message from Michael Brogan, DPT, PhD
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College Critical thinking skills, intellectual rigor, and service to the community are the hallmarks of a Daemen College education. Academic programs are enhanced by the research and scholarship of the collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s outstanding faculty. In these pages, we celebrate faculty work and accomplishments in a range of disciplines, from social challenges to the Finnish education model, to chronic wound healing and Appalachian history, to French painting and sculpture, among many others.
Daemen’s First Distinguished Professor Robert Morace, PhD Dr. Robert Morace, professor of English and a noted scholar in contemporary and Scottish fiction, was named the College’s first Distinguished Professor. Established in 2016, the Distinguished Professor rank honors faculty members who have achieved distinction in their scholarly discipline and in service to the college and society. Morace has taught in our English Department for nearly four decades. He is the author and editor of six scholarly books (on John Gardner, John Cheever, Malcolm Bradbury, David Lodge, and Irvine Welsh) as well as numerous essays and journal articles. Morace is a longtime consulting editor for the journal Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction and also serves on the editorial board of Symbiosis: Studies in Transatlantic Studies (Glasgow U). He is currently completing a book-length study of post-devolutionary Scottish fiction. Morace also taught at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (2010, 2012, 2015) and Warsaw University (1985-1987), and lectured in Kolkata and Bhubaneshwar, India. He earned a doctorate in English from the University of South Carolina, and master’s and bachelor’s degrees, also in English, from the State University of New York at Cortland.
Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year Justine Tutuska, MPH Justine Tutuska, chair and assistant professor of Health Promotion (formerly Health Care Studies) was named Outstanding Faculty Member at President Olsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s State of the College Address in March 2016. Tutuska, who joined Daemen in 2003, has been instrumental in the development of two new masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree programs at Daemen. She has also designed high impact international service learning courses for students. In alignment with her interest in global health and desire to expose students to the world around them, Tutuska has led student trips to the Dominican Republic, Uganda, and Tanzania. Additional contributions to the College include serving as faculty co-chair of Scholars Day, a pioneer in distance education, a member of the labyrinth construction team, and other elected committees. Tutuska is current president of Infant Massage USA/Chapter to the International Association of Infant Massage-Sweden, a licensed massage therapist in New York State, certified in infant massage, an infant massage educator, and an international infant massage trainer. She earned a Master of Public Health from San Diego State University and a Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York at Oswego.
100 Manuscripts William DiPietro, PhD The most widely published faculty member at Daemen College, Dr. William DiPietro joined the College in 1984 and was named full professor in 1999. Dr. DiPietro retired in May 2016. He taught economics in the Department of Business Administration, where he also served as chair from 1990-93. He served the College on several elected committees and as moderator for student organizations. After hours, DiPietro could be found playing pool with students in the Wick Center. A member of the Eastern Economics Association and the American Economics Association, DiPietro has presented regularly at association meetings, such as the Academy of Business Disciplines and the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Conference. A respected and prolific scholar, DiPietro has published more than 100 papers in academic journals housed in countries all over the world. DiPietro earned his doctorate, masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degrees in Economics, all from the University of Pittsburgh.
Recent Awards & Honors Allyson Kirk, MPAS PA-C Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies 2015 PA Educator of the Year, New York State Society of Physician Assistants
Felice Koenig, MFA Associate Professor of Painting and Drawing â&#x20AC;&#x153;Psychopompsâ&#x20AC;? artwork acquired for the permanent collection at Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Bridget Niland, JD Athletics Director, Special Assistant to the President, and Associate Professor of Business Administration Power 100 Women, Buffalo Business First Athena Young Professional Leadership Award, Buffalo Niagara Partnership
Dan Shanahan, MA Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurism Artvoice Best Direction of a Play Award for THE SHIPMENT, Torn Space
Andrew Kier Wise, PhD Professor of History Service to Diversity and International Relations Recognition Award, Turkish Cultural Center Buffalo & Peace Islands Institute
Advanced Degrees, Tenure Granted, and Promotions Advanced degrees earned Josette Brodhead, PhD, Capella University Sharlene M. Buszka, DPhil, Oxford Graduate School Whitney Mendel, PhD, University at Buffalo
Newly tenured and promotion to Associate Professor Lisa Ball, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, Nursing Jon Good, PhD, GCHED, Natural Sciences Domenic Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Amore, PhD, Natural Sciences
Already tenured and approved for promotion to Associate Professor Nicole Chimera, PhD, ATC, CSCS, Athletic Training
Promotion to Full Professor Ronald Schenk, PT, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT, Dip MDT, Physical Therapy Shirley Peterson, PhD, English Andrew Kier Wise, PhD, History
New Faculty | 2016-2017 Academic Year Elizabeth Campbell, Assistant Professor of History; B.A., University of California at Berkeley; M.A., Ph.D., University of Washington. Campbellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s research focuses on the late antique and early Islamic Middle East; she teaches courses in world history, the history of the Middle East, and digital humanities. Christina Coyle-Lenz, Assistant Professor and Interim Executive Director of Executive Leadership and Change; B.S., M.B.A., University at Buffalo School of Management; M.S., SUNY Buffalo State. Her area of expertise is organizational development that elevates the capacity of individuals to practice effective leadership and to lead organizational change. Lisa Inglis, Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy; Bachelor of Kinesiology, McMaster University; M.Sc./PT, University of Toronto; Transitional Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of South Dakota. Inglis is a neurologic certified specialist with a research focus on postural control and adult neuromuscular rehabilitation. Martha Kershaw, Assistant Professor of Nursing; B.S., Niagara University; M.S., Daemen College; Ed.D. candidate, Concordia University. Kershaw has over twenty years of clinical nursing experience with a focus in critical care and oncology. Online education is an area of particular interest for her. Vicki Madaus Knapp, Assistant Professor of Education & Director of ABA Program; B.S.,Western Michigan University; M.S., Eastern Michigan University; Ph.D., University of Kansas; Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral; NYS Licensed Behavior Analyst. Knapp is an expert on applied behavior analysis and autism spectrum disorders. Sarah Latchford, Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies; B.S., Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Youville College; M.S., University of Nebraska. Latchford has been a practicing physician assistant for 14 years, with experience in primary care and specialization in asthma, allergy, and immunology.
Caitlyn Gatley Montross, Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry; B.S., M.S., Ph.D. candidate, University at Buffalo. Montross is primarily an organic chemist with a specialization in polymer and material science. Her research focuses on understanding the interaction of marine fouling organisms with surface properties of thin polymer films (xerogels).
Michael Parker, Assistant Professor of Art; B.F.A., Carnegie Mellon University; M.F.A., University at Buffalo. As an undergraduate at Carnegie-Mellon University, Parker studied painting with American abstractionist Sam Gilliam. He specializes in drawing, printmaking and works on paper. His current work emphasizes the human figure. Stacy Roland, Visiting Assistant Professor of Business Administration; B.S. Cornell University; M.B.A., Providence College. Her areas of expertise are management, marketing, and economics.
Meegan Stamm, Clinical Instructor & Field Education Liaison for Social Work; B.A., College of the Holy Cross; M.S.W., Boston University. Stamm’s work with children, adolescents, adults and families addresses child trauma and abuse, anxiety, depression, family conflict, behavioral concerns, parenting and other issues. Meri Stiles, Associate Professor of Social Work; B.A., M.S.W., Ph.D., University at Buffalo. Stiles’ research areas include substance use behaviors among college students, substance abuse prevention, and mindfulness meditation for anxiety, with expertise in the development of manualized treatment protocols. Mark Warren, Assistant Professor of Philosophy & Religous Studies; B.A., Texas Tech University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Miami, Florida. Warren’s research is concerned primarily with questions of metaethics: what is the nature of ethical thought and practice? Is morality objective? How do we hairless, language-using apes come to know moral truths? Sarah Whorley, Assistant Professor of Natural Sciences; B.S., University of California-Riverside; M.S., Eastern Michigan University; Ph.D., Fordham University. Whorley’s research focuses on how humancaused disturbance can alter freshwater algal nutritional quality and potential implications for higher trophic levels. Andrew Wilton, LMSW, Clinical Assistant Professor of Social Work; B.A., M.S.W., University at Buffalo.Wilton is a practicing Child and Family Therapist, specializing in work with at-risk adolescents and their families. His primary professional and research interests include solutionfocused therapy, person-centered service systems, and positive psychology.
New Faculty | 2015-2016 Academic Year Meg Artman, Assistant Professor of English; B.A., M.A., University of Dayton; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Artman’s research interests include writing pedagogy, information literacy, professional writing, and student media.
Gregory Czajka, Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies; Canisius College; B.H.Sc., Hahnemann Medical College; M.P.A.S., University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine. Czajka has been a Board Certified Physician Assistant for 37 years, with specialization in neurosurgery, vascular surgery, and general surgery. Maggie Dreyer, LCSWR, Clinical Instructor and Director of Field Education for Social Work/Sociology; B.A. (Social Work), Daemen College; M.S.W., University at Buffalo. Dreyer specializes in the treatment of survivors of childhood sexual abuse and children who have experienced significant trauma leading to out-of-home placements. Grace Huff, C.P.A., Assistant Professor of Accounting; B.S. Accounting, California State University; M.S. Taxation, Canisius College. Huff ’s experience includes over twenty years with both large international and local public accounting firms, which helps students understand the practical value of an education in business. Kristi Liddell, Coordinator of Chemistry Instrumentation; B.S., St. John Fisher College; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University. Liddell’s research focus is on surface functionalization of oxide materials for biosensor applications.
Wencan Lu, Assistant Professor of Nursing; A.A.S., Erie Community College; B.S., Shanghai Maritime Institute, China; B.S.N., Niagara University; M.S. FNP, D’Youville College; D.N.P., Daemen College. Lu’s expertise is in family practice; a special research interest of hers is diabetes management. Shannon Lupien, Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences; B.A., Saint Michael’s College; M.A., Ph.D., University at Buffalo. Lupien is a social psychologist with expertise in the psychology of the self, selfesteem and its various subcomponents, and factors that affect resilience vs. vulnerability.
Whitney E. Mendel, Assistant Professor of Public Health; M.S.W., Ph.D., University at Buffalo. Mendel’s research and community work center around maternal and child health, with a focus on the impact of social and structural inequities and trauma on the health and well-being of both mother and baby. Heike Peckruhn, Assistant Professor of Philosophy & Religion; B.Th., Bienenberg Theological Seminary; M.A., Eastern Mennonite University; Ph.D., Iliff School of Theology/University of Denver. Peckruhn’s research focus is on intersections of race, gender, disability, and sexuality in theology and religious studies. Dennis Poepsel, Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences; B.A.,William Jewell College; M.S., University of Central Missouri; Ph.D., University of Arkansas. Poepsel’s greatest interests lie in studying prosocial/helping behavior. What can be done to motivate others to do what is best for everyone, rather than what is best just for one’s self? Jennifer Scheid, Assistant Professor of Health Promotion; B.S., University of Western Ontario; M.S., University of Toronto; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University; Postdoc research: University at Buffalo. Scheid’s areas of research are the relationships between exercise, fitness, food intake and executive function, and the health and performance of female athletes. Sally Ann Smesko, Assistant Professor of Natural Science; B.S., Daemen College; Ph.D., University at Buffalo. Smesko’s current research interests focus on crystallization kinetics and electrochemistry.
Fulbright on Campus
“The Fulbright Program aims to bring a little more knowledge, a little more reason, and a little more compassion into world affairs and thereby increase the chance that nations will learn at last to live in peace and friendship.” — Senator J. William Fulbright
Daemen College is pleased to contribute to the Fulbright mission of supporting international educational and cultural exchange through multiple channels. n
In Fall 2015, Dr. Tomasz Pudlocki from Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland was a Fulbright Scholar in Residence. His time at Daemen culminated in the “Death of Empires Conference” which featured thirty WWI scholars from both the U.S. and Europe and a “Roundtable on Russia’s War on Terror.” Dr. Joseph Sankoh, associate professor of political science, was elected president of the Fulbright Association Western New York and Western Pennsylvania Chapter. A Fulbright Senior Specialist, Sankoh is participating in comparative political studies and service learning projects at overseas institutions. Dr. Michele Flint, chairperson of accounting, business administration and paralegal studies and associate professor of accounting at Daemen College, was selected for the prestigious Fulbright Specialist Program, which connects U.S. scholars and professionals with institutions overseas.
Daemen College hosted the local U.S. Fulbright Association’s spring conference, featuring Jennifer Gennaro Oxley, executive director of the U.S. Fulbright Association as the keynote speaker with her address, “Fulbright Today: Advancing Peaceful Societies and Careers, Connecting Our Global Communities in Ways That Matter.”
Faculty Publications & Presentations Artman, Margaret, English n Artman, M. “Just Tell Me What to Write: Improving Teacher-Student Writing Conferences in Business Communication Classes.” 80th Annual International Conference, Association of Business Communication, 31 Oct. 2015, Seattle, WA. Conference Presentation. Avtzon, Sarah, Education n Avtzon, S. & Fox, M. “Are we producing better teachers? A look at the edTPA implementation in our alternative certification program.” Annual Meeting, Association of Teachers Educators, 14 Feb. 2016, Chicago, IL. Conference Presentation. n Avtzon, S. “Practical Neurocognitive Interventions for Students with Learning Disabilities.” 53rd Annual International Conference, Learning Disabilities Association, 17 Feb. 2016, Orlando, FL. Conference Presentation. Ball, Lisa, Nursing n Bowden, B., & Ball, L. S. (2016). Nurse practitioner and physician assistant students’ knowledge, attitudes, and perspectives of chiropractic. The Journal of Chiropractic Education, Oct; 30(2): 114–120. doi: 10.7899/JCE-15-7. n Evans, J., Ball, L. S. & Wicher, C. (2016). Initiating implementation of medical orders for life sustaining treatment (MOLST). Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 20(1), 74 – 78. doi: 10.1188/16.CJON.74-78. n Evans J. N., Ball L. S., & Wicher C. P. Implementation of Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing. 2016; 20:74. n Przybelinski, K.M., & Ball, L. S. (2015). Patients’ knowledge of pain agreements. The Nurse Practitioner, 40 (9), 39-46. doi: 10.1097/01.NPR.000456395.85285.64. Bessel, Diane, Social Work and Sociology n Bessel, D. (2016). “Collaborative Problem Solving: What Helps or Hinders Its Usefulness in Creative Efforts.” In C. Burnett and P. Reali (Eds.) Big Questions in Creativity (2016). ICSC Press. n Bessel, D. “From Creaming to Coordinated Assessment: One Community’s Efforts to Address Homelessness.” Grand Challenges for Social Work Management and Leadership, Network for Social Work Management 27th Annual Conference, Network for Social Work Management, 16-17 June 2016, Los Angeles, CA. Conference Presentation. n Bessel, D. “Developing 21st Century Thinkers: Training Social Workers in Creative Problem Solving.” 33rd Annual Conference, National Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors in 30 Mar. - 3 Apr. 2016, Dallas, TX. Workshop. n Bessel, Diane R. and Parke, W. (2015). “New Americans Study Working Paper #1: Demographic Profile.” City of Buffalo Office of Strategic Planning. Buffalo, New York. 13
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Bessel, Diane R. and Parke, W. (2015). “New Americans Study Working Paper #2: Listening to the Community.” City of Buffalo Office of Strategic Planning. Buffalo, New York. Bessel, Diane R. and Parke, W. (2015). “New Americans Study Working Paper #3: Learning from Providers.” City of Buffalo Office of Strategic Planning. Buffalo, New York. Bessel, Diane R. and Parke, W. (2015). “New Americans Study: A Strategic Action Plan to Advance Immigrant and Refugee Integration and Success.” City of Buffalo Office of Strategic Planning. Buffalo, New York.
Bizier, Nick, Natural Sciences n Hudson, R., Bizier, N. P., Esdale, K. N., Katz, J. L. Synthesis of Indoles, Benzofurans, and Related Heterocycles via an Acetylene-Activated SNAr/ Intramolecular Cyclization Cascade Sequence in Water or DMSO. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry. Jan. 2015; 13(8). Brown, Mark, Education n Yuen, C., Wright, E., Alanen, R., & Brown, M. “Witnessing sustainable wellbeing in the Finnish educational model: Lived experience from two pre-service teachers’ studying abroad.” Annual Conference, Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education, May 2016, Calgary, Canada. Conference Presentation. n Yuen, C., Wright, E., Alanen, R., & Brown, M. “Witnessing sustainable wellbeing in the Finnish educational model: Lived experience from two pre-service teachers’ studying abroad.” 38th Annual TED Conference, Teacher Education Division of the National Council for Exceptional Children, 4-7 Nov. 2015, Phoenix, AZ. Conference Presentation. Cannavo, Joanne, Social Work and Sociology n Cannavo, J. M. (2015). Drug of Choice Trends in a Family Treatment Court. Journal of Substance Abuse and Alcoholism, 3(3), 1034. Chimera, Nicole, Athletic Training n Chimera, N. J. & Warren, M. The use of clinical movement screening tests to predict injury in sport. World Journal of Orthopedics, 2016; 7(4):202-217. n Chimera, N. J., Brass, C., Brogan, M. S. Case series: Assessing wound healing potential through the use of Skin Perfusion Pressure. Today’s Wound Clinic. March, 2016. n Chimera, N. J. & Kremer, K. SportsMetrics™ Training improves power and landing in High School rowers. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. 2016; 11(1):44-53. n Burfeind, S. & Chimera, N. J. Randomized control trial investigating the effects of Kinesiology Tape on shoulder proprioception. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation. 2015; 24(4):405-412.
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Engquist, K., Smith, C., Chimera, N., Warren, M. Performance comparison of student-athletes and general college students on the functional movement screen and the y balance test. Journal Of Strength And Conditioning Research [serial online]. 2015; (8):2296. Chimera, N., Smith, C., Warren, M. Injury History, Sex, and Performance on the Functional Movement Screen and Y Balance Test. Journal Of Athletic Training [serial online]. 2015; 50(5):475-485. Warren, M., Smith, C. A. & Chimera, N. J. “Association of the Functional Movement Screen with Injuries in Division I Athletes”. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation. 2015: 24(2): 163-170. Craig, D. I. & N. Chimera (2016). Introduction to athletic training & emergency care in sports. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. N. Chimera. Training and Conditioning Techniques. Introduction to Athletic Training and Emergency Care in Sport. 3rd Edition. Ed. Angela Lampe. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company; 2016. Chimera, N. J., Knoeller, S., Cooper, R., Kothe, N., Smith, C., & Warren, M. “Prediction of Functional Movement Screen™ performance from lower extremity range of motion and core tests.” 39th Annual Meeting, American Society of Biomechanics, 5-8 Aug. 2015. Columbus, OH. Conference Presentation.
Coyle-Lenz, Christina, Executive Leadership and Change n Frederick, J., Field, J. & Coyle-Lenz, C. “Unlocking Deep CPS: Applying Theory U to Create the Emerging Future.” Florida Creativity Weekend, Florida Creativity Alliance, Inc., 4-6 Mar. 2016, Sarasota, FL. Workshop. d’Agostino, Brita,Visual and Performing Arts n d’Agostino, B. “Digital Artists’ Books: New Critical Vocabularies,” Different by Design: The Unique Challenges of Creating Engaging and Culturally Relevant Digital Artists’ Books, Annual Conference, College Art Association, 3-6 Feb. 2016, Washington, DC. Panel. Dalley, Hamish, English n Dalley, H. “The Question of ‘Solidarity’ in Postcolonial Trauma Fiction: Beyond the Recognition Principle.” Humanities 4.3 Special Issue: “Decolonizing Trauma Studies: Trauma and Postcolonialism” (2015): 369-92. n Dalley, H. “Realism (other).” The Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies, Ed. Sangeeta Ray and Henry Schwartz. (Wiley-Blackwell, February 2016). n Dalley, H. “The End of Settler Colonialism: Extinction and Contemporary Histories of the Decolonized Future.” Annual Conference, British Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies Association, 26-27 Feb. 2016, Savannah, GA. Conference Presentation.
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Dalley, H. “The Worlds of Postcolonial Realism:V. S. Naipaul.” Annual Conference, American Comparative Literature Association, 18-20 Mar. 2016, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Conference Presentation. Dalley, H. “The Worlds of Postcolonial Realism.” Society for Novel Studies Biennial Conference. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. 13-14 May 2016. Conference Presentation.
DiPietro, William, Accounting, Information Systems and Business Administration n DiPietro, W. “Corporate Dominance and Business Ethical Behavior,” International Journal in Management & Social Science,Vol. 3, Issue 1, 2015. n DiPietro, W. “National Energy Efficiency,” International Journal of Economics, Commerce & Management,Vol. 3, Issue 1, 2015. n DiPietro, W. “National Resource Rental Income and R&D Intensity,” Archives of Business Research,Vol. 3, Issue 1, 2015. n DiPietro, W. “Wages and Corporate Dominance,” Ekonomika,Vol. 61, Issue 3, 2015. n DiPietro, W. “Democracy, Morality and Social Progress,” Advances in Management & Applied Economics,Vol. 5, No. 3, 2015. n DiPietro, W. “Country Morality and the Relative Size of the Shadow Economy,” Journal of Business & Economic Policy,Vol. 2, No. 1, 2015. n DiPietro, W. “National Wealth and National Intelligence as Determinants of National Productivity and National Innovation,” Issues in Economics and Business,Vol. 1, No. 1, 2015. n DiPietro, W. “Terrorism and National Morality,” Journal of Economics and Public Finance,Vol. 1, No. 1, 2015. n DiPietro, W. “Human Trafficking and National Morality,” Expert Journal of Economics,Vol. 3, Issue 3, 2015. n DiPietro, W. “Potential Sources of Modern Day Slavery,” Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal,Vol. 3, No. 1, 2016. n DiPietro, W. “Political Repression and Government Effectiveness,” Asian Journal of Social Sciences Studies,Vol. 1, No. 1, 2016. n DiPietro, W. “National Morality and Government Openness: The Panacea to Government Effectiveness,” International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 1, 2016. n DiPietro, W. “The Adverse Effect on Innovation, of State Repression and of Groups with Undesirable Work Ethics,” Risk Governance & Control, Vol. 6, Issue 1, 2016. Doering, Torsten, Accounting, Information Systems and Business Administration n Doering, T., Suresh, N., “Contrasting Culture Effects in OM Research – GLOBE, Hofstede and organizational culture,” DSI Annual Meeting, Decision Sciences Institute, 21-24 Nov. 2015, Seattle, WA. Conference Presentation.
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Doering, T. OM Division’s Joint Junior Faculty and Doctoral Student Consortium, Academy of Management, 8 Aug. 2015,Vancouver, BC, Canada. Selected Participant.
Edsberg, Laura, Natural Sciences n Edsberg, L. “International Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Treatment Guidelines: How Do You Use Them?”, Clinical Symposium on Advances in Skin & Wound Care, 18-21 Sept. 2015, New Orleans, LA. Keynote Address: JoAnne Maklebust Memorial Lecture. n Edsberg, L., NPUAP Consensus Conference On Pressure Ulcer Staging, National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel, 8-9 Apr. 2016, Rosemont (Chicago), IL. Co-Chair and Conference Faculty. n Edsberg, L. “NPUAP Pressure Injury Staging System”, WOCN Society and CAET Joint Conference: Crossing Borders, Breaking Boundaries, Wound, Ostomy and Continence Society and Canadian Association of Enterostomal Therapy, 4-8 June 2016, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Conference Presentation. Frederick, John, Executive Leadership and Change n Frederick, J., Field, J. & Coyle-Lenz, C. “Unlocking Deep CPS: Applying Theory U to Create the Emerging Future.” Florida Creativity Weekend, Florida Creativity Alliance, Inc., 4-6 March 2016, Sarasota, FL. Workshop. Fox, Mary, Education n Avtzon, S. & Fox, M. “Are we producing better teachers? A look at the edTPA implementation in our alternative certification program.” Annual Meeting, Association of Teacher Educators, 13-16 Feb. 2016, Chicago, IL. Conference Presentation. Frisicaro-Pawlowski, Erica, English n Frisicaro-Pawlowski, E. & Hibschweiler, I. “Modeling Effective Assignment Design: Using the Peer Review Process to Support Course Proficiency.” Teaching Innovation and Enhancing Learning Conference, 9 Apr. 2016, Buffalo, NY. Conference Presentation. n Frisicaro-Pawlowski, E. “Good Taste and the Highest Idealism: Mary Ware Dennett’s Activist Craft,” 10th Biennial Feminisms and Rhetorics Conference, Coalition of Feminists Scholars in the History of Rhetoric & Composition, 28-31 Oct. 2015, Tempe, AZ. Conference Presentation. Held, Sharon, Physical Therapy n Kott, K.M. & Held, S. L. “Clinical Bottom Line - Psychometric properties of the Pediatric Balance Scale using Rasch analysis.” Pediatric Physical Therapy, 2015; 27:348.
Faculty Publications & Presentations Hibschweiler, Intisar, Mathematics n Frisicaro-Pawlowski, E. & Hibschweiler, I. “Modeling Effective Assignment Design: Using the Peer Review Process to Support Course Proficiency.” Teaching Innovation and Enhancing Learning Conference, 9 Apr. 2016, Buffalo, NY. Conference Presentation. Holmes, Scott,Visual and Performing Arts n Holmes, S., “Re-Boot of Celebrity Death Match.” MTV2 promotion, Comic-Con International, 9-12 July 2015, San Diego, CA. Animation. Kuechler, Linda, Accounting, Information Systems and Business Administration n Kuechler, L. “Integrating Service Learning into a Social Entrepreneurship Course,” Academy of Business Education Annual Conference, 29 Sept. - 1 Oct. 2015, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Conference Presentation. n Kuechler, L. “Entrepreneurship and Economic Development”, Academy of Business Disciplines Annual Conference, 12-14 Nov. 2015, Ft. Myers Beach, FL. Conference Presentation. Law, Jeffrey, Natural Sciences n Law, J. J. & Gallagher, R. S. (2015) The role of imbibition on seed selection by Harpalus Pensylvanicus. Applied Soil Ecology 87, 118-124. n Law, J. J. “Weed Control Through the Enhancement of Beneficial GroundDwelling Invertebrates.” Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America, 9-14 Aug. 2015, Baltimore, MD. Conference Presentation. Lupien, Shannon, Psychological Sciences n Seery, M. D., Gabriel, S., Lupien, S. P., & Shimizu, M. (2016). Alone against the group: A unanimously disagreeing group leads to conformity, but cardiovascular threat depends on one’s goals. Psychophysiology, (8), 1263. doi:10.1111/psyp.12674. Marck-Cantwell, Nancy, English n Marck-Cantwell, N. “Hello Dálaigh: Peter Tremayne’s Sister Fidelma.” The Contemporary Irish Detective Novel. Ed. Elizabeth Mannion. New York: Palgrave, 2016. n Marck-Cantwell, N. “‘Waist Not, Want Not’: The Corseted Body and Empire in Vanity Fair.” Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, 11.2 (Summer 2015): n.p. n Marck-Cantwell, N. “Re-producing Ireland: Maternal Space and the Entrepreneuse in Sarah Orne Jewett’s Irish Stories.” National Meeting, American Conference for Irish Studies, 30 Mar. - 3 Apr. 2016, Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN. Conference Presentation. n Marck-Cantwell, N. “Waist Not, Want Not: The Corseted Body and Empire in Vanity Fair.” Annual Conference,Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States, 22-24 Oct. 2015, Denver, CO. Conference Presentation. 18
Faculty Publications & Presentations Merriam, Deborah, Nursing n Merriam, D. “System Level Thinking: A Concept Analysis; QSEN RN to BS Taskforce.” National Forum, Quality and Safety Education for Nurses, 25-27 May 2016, San Antonio, TX. Poster Presentation. Messinger, Penny, History and Political Science n Messinger, P. “A Practical Education for Mountain Children: John C. and Olive Dame Campbell, Tuskegee Institute, and Early 20th Century Appalachian Reform,” 39th Annual Conference- Voices from the Misty Mountains: Diversity and Unity, a New Appalachia, Appalachian Studies Association, 17-20 Mar. 2016, Shepherdstown, WV. Conference Presentation. n Wise, A. & Messinger, P. “From Buffalo to Moscow: Anna and Boris Reinstein and the Socialist Response to the First World War.” Death of Empires: A Multidisciplinary Conference on World War I, 19 Sept. 2015, Daemen College, Amherst, NY. Conference Presentation. Morace, Robert, English n Morace, R. “Who Speaks to Whom about What and to What End?” 27 Jan. 2016, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, India. Invited Lecture. Parshall, Lisa, History and Political Science n Parshall, L. “The Durability and Dissolution of Village Government in New York State.” Research and Practice in Progress Briefing on Local Government Forum, Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute for Government, 18 Nov. 2015, Albany, NY. Research Briefing. Peterson, Shirley, English n Peterson, S. “That was the Real World: Cultural Dislocation and Transnational Anxiety in Tana French’s The Likeness.” National Meeting, American Conference for Irish Studies, 30 Mar. - 3 Apr. 2016, Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN. Conference Presentation. Phillips, Margaret, Paralegal Studies n Phillips, M. “The Ethical Use of Paralegals,” Erie County Bar Association Bulletin. December 2015, pp. 5 & 8. n Phillips, M. “Changing Times: Are Paralegals the Answer?” The Buffalo Law Journal. 27 June 2016. n Phillips, M. “Paralegals & Ethics,” WNY Paralegal Association, 10 November 2015, Buffalo, NY. Invited Lecture. Poepsel, Dennis, Psychological Sciences n Poepsel, D. & Schroeder, D. (2016). “Cooperation”. In The Sage Encyclopedia of War: Social Science Perspectives. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
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Poepsel, D. “Perceived Neighborhood Racial Make -up Mediates Expected Need of Resource Protections.” Annual Meeting, Midwestern Psychological Association, 5 May 2016, Chicago, IL. Conference Presentation. Poepsel, D. “A Refund on Rent Predicts House Choices Among Stigmatized Neighborhoods.”Annual Meeting, Midwestern Psychological Association, 5 May 2016, Chicago, IL. Conference Presentation.
Ricci, James, Mathematics n Ricci, J., Daniels, H. & Hatley, J. “Elliptic curves with maximally disjoint division fields.” Acta Arithmetica. n Ricci, J. “Elliptic Curves with Maximally Disjoint Division Fields.” Number Theory Seminar, 12 April 2016, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. Seminar. n Ricci, J. “The representation of integers by positive ternary quadratic polynomials.” 2016 Langenhop Lecture and SIU Math Conference, 16-17 May 2016. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL. Conference Presentation. Schenk, Ronald, Physical Therapy n Schenk, R., Lawrence, H., Lorenzetti, J., Marshall, W., Whelan, G., & Zeiss R. “The relationship between Quebec Task Force classification and outcome in patients with low back pain treated through Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy.” Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy. 2016, 24(1):21-25. n Schenk, R., Butler, J., Salinas, N., Stolzfus, R., Wheatly, T., Rose, T. “Measurement of outcomes in people with centralized vs. non-centralized neck pain.” Combined Sections Meeting, American Physical Therapy Association, 17-20 Feb. 2016, Anaheim, CA. Conference Presentation. n Schenk, R., Rose, T., Butler, J., Salinas, N., Stolzfus, R., Wheatley, T. “Measurement of outcomes in people with centralized vs. non-centralized neck pain.” 13th International Conference in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, The McKenzie Institute, 4-6 Sept. 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark. Poster Presentation. n Schenk, R., Rose, T., Butler, J., Salinas, N., Stolzfus, R., Wheatley, T. “Measurement of outcomes in people with centralized vs. non-centralized neck pain.” 2015 Conference- OMT: Minimizing Pain, Normalizing Movement, Maximizing Function, American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists, 21-25 October 2015, Louisville, KY. Poster Presentation. n Schenk, R., Burke, S., Lynch, K., Moghul, Z.,Young, C., Saviola, K., “The reliability of the cervical relocation test on people with and without a history of neck pain.” 2015 Conference- OMT: Minimizing Pain, Normalizing Movement, Maximizing Function, American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists, 21-25 October 2015, Louisville, KY. Platform Presentation.
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Schenk, R., Chase, C., Robinson, R. “MDT and the relevant lateral component: Strategies for the lumbar spine.” American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists Conference, 21-25 October 2015, Louisville, KY. 2015. Breakout Session.
Siedlecki, Peter, English, Professor Emeritus n Siedlecki, Peter. Going With the Flow. BlazeVOX Books. 2015. Tandon, Aakriti, History and Political Science n Tandon, A. (2016). “Transforming the Unbound Elephant to the Lovable Asian Hulk: Why is Modi Leveraging India’s Soft Power?” The Round Table, 107(1), 57-65. n Tandon, A., Slobodchikov, M. “Shifting Alliances and Balance of Power in Asia: Transitions in the Indo-Russian Security Ties.” 57th Annual Convention, International Studies Association, 16-19 Mar. 2016, Atlanta, GA. Conference Presentation. n Tandon, A., Grant,K. “Determinants of Alliance Portfolio Expansion.” 57th Annual Convention, International Studies Association, 16-19 Mar. 2016, Atlanta, GA. Conference Presentation. Tekin, Serife, Philosophy and Religious Studies n Tekin, S., Mosko, M. “Hyponarrativity and Context-Specific Limitations of the DSM-5.” Public Affairs Quarterly, vol. 29, no. 1, 2015, pp. 111-136. n Tekin, S. 2015. “Against Hyponarrating Grief: Incompatible Research and Treatment Interests in the DSM-5. The Psychiatric Babel: Assessing the DSM5.” History, Philosophy and the Theory of the Life Sciences. Edited by Demazeux, S., and P. Singy. The DSM-5 in Perspective: Philosophical Reflections on the Psychiatric Babel, Springer, 2015, 179-197. n Tekin, S. “The Self as a Scientific Target in Psychiatry.” Annual Meeting, Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, 10-12 March 2016, Louisville, KY. Conference Presentation. n Tekin, S. “Mental Disorders and Natural Kinds.” Rotman 2016 Annual Conference: Rethinking the Taxonomy of Psychology, Rotman Institute of Philosophy, 15-17 April 2016, Western University, London, Ontario, Ca. Poster Presentation. n Tekin, S. “The Self in Scientific Psychiatry.” Biennial Meeting, International Society for the History, Philosophy, and the Social Studies of Biology, 5-10 July 2015, Montreal, Quebec, Ca. n Tekin, S. “The Missing Self in Scientific Psychiatry.” Academic Rounds, Women and Children’s Hospital, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2016, University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY. Invited Talk.
Faculty Publications & Presentations Terryberry, Karl, Physician Assistant Studies n Terryberry, K. (2016). “Evidence-Based Practice, Scholarship, and Professional Writing. In G. Kayingo and V. M. Hass, (Eds.), The Health Professions Educator: A Practical Guide for New and Established Faculty. New York: Springer. n Terryberry, K. J. (2005). Writing for the health professions. Australia: Thomson/Delmar Learning. n Chimera, N.J., Brass. C., Terryberry, K., Matthews, L., Boggs, R., Denz, W., Brogan, M. S. (2016). “The effects of a four layer compression bandaging system on Skin Perfusion Pressure in healthy adults.” Advances in Skin and Wound Care. 29(7), 308-15. doi:10.1097/01.ASW.0000484086.79254.33. Walsh, Laurie, Physical Therapy n Walsh, L. (2015). “Laws, Regulations and Policies.” In M. Pagliarulo, (Ed.), Introduction to Physical Therapy, St. Louis, MO: Elsevier Mosby. Waterhouse, Robert, Visual and Performing Arts n Waterhouse, R. (Director). “City of Conversation” by Anthony Giardina. 26 Feb. - 20 Mar. 2016, Kavinoky Theatre, Buffalo NY. Watts, Laura,Visual and Performing Arts n Watts, L. “The Art of Storytelling in French Painting and Sculpture 1600-1850,” Council of Independent Colleges, Seminar on Teaching European Art in Context, 20-24 July 2015, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR. Selected Participant. Wendland, Jay, History and Political Science n Norrander, B. & Wendland, J. “Open versus Closed Primaries and the Ideological Composition of Presidential Primary Electorates.” Electoral Studies, (June 2016): 229-236. n Wendland, J. “Mobilization in the 2008 and 2012 Presidential Nomination Contests: How Race, Gender, Age, and Evangelicals Mattered.” Annual Conference, Midwest Political Science Association, 7-10 Apr. 2016, Chicago, IL. Conference Presentation. Wesley, Charlie, English n Wesley, C., Tsen, D. “Revisiting Said’s ‘Secular Criticism’: Anarchism and Enabling/Oppositional Ethics.” The Geocritical Legacies of Edward W. Said: Spatiality, Critical Humanism, and Comparative Literature, edited by Robert T. Tally, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, 101-125. n Wesley, C. “Do You Assign Enough Reading? Or Too Much? The real issue is how to make reading matter in our classrooms.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 13 July 2016, http://www.chronicle.com/article/Do-You-AssignEnough-Reading-/237085.
Faculty Publications & Presentations Wise, Andrew, History and Political Science n Wise, A. & Messinger, P. “From Buffalo to Moscow: Anna and Boris Reinstein and the Socialist Response to the First World War.” Death of Empires: A Multidisciplinary Conference on World War I, 19 Sept. 2015, Daemen College, Amherst, NY. Conference Presentation. Wrotniak, Brian, Public Health n Wrotniak, B. “Advanced Comprehension for Health Professionals.” School of Management, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, 20-24 July 2015, Beijing, China. Invited Lecture. Wright, Elizabeth, Education n Yuen, C., Wright, E., Alanen, R., & Brown, M. “Witnessing sustainable wellbeing in the Finnish educational model: Lived experience from two pre-service teachers’ studying abroad.” Annual Conference, Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education, May 2016, Calgary, Canada. Conference Presentation. n Yuen, C., Wright, E., Alanen, R., & Brown, M. “Witnessing sustainable wellbeing in the Finnish educational model: Lived experience from two pre-service teachers’ studying abroad.” 38th Annual TED Conference, Teacher Education Division of the National Council for Exceptional Children, 4-7 Nov. 2015, Phoenix, AZ. Conference Presentation. Young, Brenda, Natural Sciences n Young, B. “Feeding the World: Agriculture with a Conservation Ethic.” Speaker Series, Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Historic Site, 9 Mar. 2016, Buffalo, NY. Invited Speaker. Zhou, Kehua, Health Promotion n Zhou, K., Krug, K., Stachura, J., Niewczyk, P., Ross, M., Tutuska, J., “Ford G. Silver-Collagen Dressing and High-voltage, Pulsed-current Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Full-thickness Wounds: A Case Series.” Ostomy Wound Management. 2016 Mar; 62(3):36-44. PubMed PMID: 26978858. n Ma,Y., Zhou, K., Fan, J., Sun, S., “Traditional Chinese medicine: potential approaches from modern dynamical complexity theories.” Frontiers of Medicine. 2016 Mar; 10(1):28-32. doi: 10.1007/s11684-016-0434-2. Epub 2016 Jan 25. Review. PubMed PMID: 26809465. n Zhou, K., Krug, K., Brogan, M. S. “Physical Therapy in Wound Care: A CostEffectiveness Analysis. Medicine (Baltimore). 2015 Dec; 94(49):e2202. doi: 10.1097/MD.0000000000002202. PubMed PMID: 26656352.
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Fang, .J, Wang, D., Zhao, Q., Hong,Y., Jin,Y., Liu, Z., Zhou, K., Jing, X., Yu, X., Pan, R, Chang, A., Liu, H., Zhu, B. “Brain-Gut Axis Modulation of Acupuncture in Functional Dyspepsia: A Preliminary Resting-State fcMRI Study.” Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine.2015; 2015: 860463. doi: 10.1155/2015/860463. Epub 2015 Nov 8. PubMed PMID: 26649064; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC4655049. Zhou, K., Ma,Y., Brogan, M. S. “Dry needling versus acupuncture: the ongoing debate.” Acupuncture in Medicine. 2015 Dec; 33(6):485-90. doi: 10.1136/acupmed 2015-010911. Epub 2015 Nov 6. PubMed PMID: 26546163. Jin,Y., Zhao, Q., Zhou, K., Jing, X.,Yu, X., Fang, J., Liu, Z., Zhu, B. “Acupuncture for Functional Dyspepsia: A Single Blinded, Randomized, Controlled Trial. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Jul 30 2015: 904926. doi: 10.1155/2015/904926. Epub 2015 Jul 30. PubMed PMID: 26294930; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC4534622. Zhou, K., Krug, K., Brogan, M. S. “Management of a Dehisced Hand Wound Using Hydrogen Peroxide, Electrical Stimulation, Silver-containing Dressings, and Compression: A Case Study.” Ostomy Wound Management. 2015 Jul;61(7): 32-7. PubMed PMID: 26185974. Zengfu Peng, Ge Nan, Man Nga Cheng, Kehua Zhou. “The comparison of trigger point acupuncture and traditional acupuncture.” World Journal of Acupuncture-Moxibustion. 2016; 26(1):1-6. Kehua Zhou, Arthur Yin Fan, Tong Wang. “Acupuncture for chronic knee pain: a critical appraisal of an Australian randomized controlled trial.” Medical Acupuncture. 2016; 8(1): 40-45 Arthur Yin Fan, Kehua Zhou, Sherman Gu,Yong Ming Li. “Acupuncture is effective for chronic knee pain: a re-analysis of the Australian acupuncture trial by Hinman and her colleagues.” Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine. 2016; 22(3):30-34.
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