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Marquette Compendium News of Faculty and Staff Activities  SUMMER 2011

The summer 2011 issue of Compendium is a compilation of Marquette University faculty research, scholarship and accomplishments since November 2010, and grants reported by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs from December 2010 to June 2011. The purpose of this compilation is to recognize faculty and staff who are making advancements in their fields of expertise as well as to allow fellow faculty to see opportunities for cross-disciplinary collaboration. To submit a scholarly activity, visit marquette.edu/omc/compendium.php. Citations will be posted on the Marquette University research website, marquette.edu/research/compendium.php. For more information or additional copies, contact the Office of Marketing and Communication, 414-288-6712.

Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences Dr. William Donaldson Associate Dean

Published: “Synthesis of Hydroxyand Polyhydroxy-Substituted 1,3-Diaminocyclohexanes,” Synthesis, No. 6 (March 2011), pp 924-928, with Anobick Sar and Laboratory Supervisor/Staff Crystallographer Dr. Sergey Lindeman, Department of Chemistry. Presented: “Synthetic Applications of Organoiron Complexes: Strategy and Serendipity,” Cambridge Major Laboratories, Germantown, Wis., March 2011. Presented: “Synthetic Applications of Organoiron Complexes: Strategy and Serendipity,” Hamline University, St. Paul, Minn., February 2011.

Presented: “’Where is Abel thy brother?’ Reframing the Theological Horizons for Christian Thinking on War and Peace,” Galilee Colloquium on Social, Moral and Legal Philosophy: The Concept of Peace and War in Religions, Kibbutz Kfar Blum, Upper Galilee, Israel, June 2011. Presented: “The Future of (the Varieties of) Philosophical Theology,” College Theology Society, Iona College, New Rochelle, N.Y., June 2011.

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Dr. Allison Abbott Assistant Professor

Grant: $301,000, “Genetic Analysis of Conserved microRNAs in C. elegans,” National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Edward Blumenthal Associate Professor

Published: “The Global War on Terror: Who Wins, Who Loses?” Faith, Resistance and the Future: Daniel Berrigan’s Challenge to Catholic Social Thought, (winter 2011). Presented: “The Global War on Terror: Who Wins? Who Loses?” Fairfield University, Fairfield, Conn., Feb. 8, 2011. Elected: National Board of Pax Christi, June 2011.

Presented: “Female sterility and compromised eggshell integrity of drop-dead mutants,” Drosophila Research Conference, San Diego, March 30-April 3, 2011, with Undergraduate Student Tayler Sheahan. Presented: “Temporal and spatial requirements for drop-dead expression,” Drosophila Research Conference, San Diego, March 30-April 3, 2011, with Graduate Student Christine Sansone.

Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp

Dr. Thomas Eddinger

Rev. G. Simon Harak, S.J.

Director, Center for Peacemaking

Vice Provost for Research and Dean of the Graduate School

Grant: $204,105, “Clinical and Translational Science Award,” National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Stephani Richards-Wilson Assistant Dean

Awarded: Fellowship, German Academic Exchange Service, April 2011. Elected: Board of Directors, Center for White Rose Studies, January 2011.

Rev. Philip Rossi, S.J.

Interim Dean and Professor

Dr. Krassimira Hristova Assistant Professor

Grant: $20,000, “Effects of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles on Eukaryotic Cell Structure and Metabolism,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. Rosemary Stuart, Department of Biological Sciences.

Dr. James Maki

Associate Professor

Presented: See entry for Dr. Craig Struble, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.

Dr. Stephen Munroe Professor

Published: “Structure and Expression of Two Nuclear Receptor Genes in Marsupials: Insights into the Evolution of the Antisense Overlap between the α-Thyroid Hormone Receptor and Rev-erbα, BMC Molecular Biology, Vol. 11 (December 2010), 14 pp, with Undergraduate Students Brandon Rindfleisch and M. Scott Brown, and J.L. VandeBerg.

Dr. Michelle Mynlieff Assistant Professor

Awarded: See entry for Dr. Thomas Eddinger, Department of Biological Sciences.

Dr. Michael Schläppi Associate Professor

Published: “The HyPRP gene EARLI1 has an auxiliary role for germinability

Professor

Presented: “Smooth muscle phasic vs. tonic contractions are regulated by different myosin heavy chain isoforms, Experimental Biology, Washington D.C., April 9-13, 2011. with Graduate Assistant Qian Huang, Department of Biological Sciences. Awarded: Way Klingler Teaching Enhancement Award, Marquette University, January 2011, with Drs. Michelle Mynlieff and Martin St. Maurice, Department of Biological Sciences.

Presented: “Where are thou my brother? Interreligious Approaches to Near East Conflict,” Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany, June 2011. Dr. Edward Blumenthal

and early seedling development under low temperature and salt stress conditions in Arabidopsis thaliana, Planta, (May 2011) doi:10.1007/ s00425-011-1425-9, with Dan Xu, Xuan Huang and Zi-Qin Xu. Published: “Dragon’s Blood extract has antithrombotic properties, affecting platelet aggregation functions and anticoagulation activities,” Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Vol. 135 (April 2011), pp 510-514, with Nian Xin, Yu-Juan Li, Yan Li, Rong-Ji Dai, Wei-Wei Meng, Yan Chen and Yu-Lin Deng. Published: “Cold-inducible expression of AZI1 and its function in improvement of freezing tolerance of Arabidopsis thaliana and Saccharomyces cerevisiae,” Journal of Plant Physiology, Vol. 168, January 2011, pp 1,576-1,587, with Zhi-Yan Xu, Xin Zhang and Zi-Qin Xu. Presented: “The HyPRP gene EARLI1 has an auxiliary role for germinability and early seedling development under low temperature and salt stress conditions,” International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Madison, Wis., June 22-25, 2011. Presented: “Understanding cold stress tolerance in Arabidopsis and rice,” Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Botany, Beijing, April 28, 2011.


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Compendium — Summer 2011

Dr. Martin St. Maurice Assistant Professor

Grant: $107,953, “The Structure and Function of Pyruvate Carboxylase,” National Institutes of Health. Awarded: Way Klingler Young Scholar Award, Marquette University, May 2011. Awarded: See entry for Dr. Thomas Eddinger, Department of Biological Sciences.

Dr. Rosemary Stuart Professor

Grant: See entry for Dr. Krassimira Hristova, Department of Biological Sciences. Awarded: Lawrence G. Haggerty Faculty Award for Research Excellence, Marquette University, May 2011.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH Dr. Diane Long Hoeveler Professor

Published: “Homospectrality in Henry James’s Ghost Stories,” Henry James and the Supernatural, (2011) pp 113-136. Published: “Where the Evidence Leads: Teaching Gothic Novels and the Law,” Approaches to Teaching Literature and the Law, (2011) pp 244-259. Published: “The Gothic Chapbook and the Urban Reader,” Romanticism and the City, (2011) pp 55-72. Presented: “Haunted Archives: Stalking the Gothic from the Dusty to the Digital,” DePaul University, Chicago, February 2011.

C.J. Hribal

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY Dr. Dmitri Babikov Associate Professor

Grant: $95,859, “Quantum Origin of Anomalous Isotope Effects,” National Science Foundation.

Dr. Adam Fiedler Assistant Professor

Grant: $260,000, “CAREER: Biomimetic Chemistry Relevant to Nonheme Iron Dioxygenases Involved in Bioremediation Process,” National Science Foundation.

Dr. James Gardinier Associate Professor

Grant: $100,000, “Multinucleating Pendtadentate Ligand Scaffolds for Cooperative Bimetallic Oxidation Reactions,” National Science Foundation.

Dr. James Kincaid

Pfletschinger Habermann Chair and Professor

Grant: $227,617 and $22,762, “Raman Studies of Mammalian Cytochromes P450,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: $199,417 and $6,500, “Structural Characterization of Highly Reactive Heme Enzyme Intermediates,” National Science Foundation. Organized: “Resonance Raman Studies of Heme Proteins” symposium, Third Georgian Bay International Conference on Bioinorganic Chemistry, Ontario, Canada, May 31 to June 3, 2011.

Dr. Daniel Sem

Associate Professor

Grant: $8,000, “Connecting Research Labs and Classrooms: A Role for Physical Modeling Projects in the Undergraduate Curriculum,” National Science Foundation. Grant: $600, “Sensitivity Improved for Magnetic Resonance Techniques,” Patent Chemistry.

Dr. Chae Yi Professor

Grant: $260,000, “New Strategies for Catalytic C-H Bond Activation Reactions,” National Science Foundation.

Louise Edna Goeden Professor

Published: “The Other Life,” Iron Horse Literary Review: The Fiction Issue, Vol. 12.6/13.1 (spring 2011), pp 26-31. Published: “Cosmic and Cosmic Distance,” A Kite in the Wind: Fiction Writers on Their Craft, (2011) pp 70‑85. Published: “Power and Powerlessness,” Views from the Loft: A Portable Writer’s Workshop, ( July 2011) pp 186-189. Presented: “Observations from the Wayback,” Beloit Historical Society, Beloit, Wis., February 2011. Presented: “Raymond Carver in the Workshops” and “Power and Powerlessness,” Associated Writing Programs National Conference, Washington, D.C., February 2011. Presented: “The Virtues of Obsession” and Chaired: “Necessary Obsessions” panel, Associated Writing Programs National Conference, Washington, D.C., February 2011. Presented: “Skepticism and Belief,” Warren Wilson College, Swannanoa, N.C., June 2011.

Dr. Stephen Karian Associate Professor

Grant: $50,400, “Annotating the Irish Contexts of Jonathan Swift’s Poems,” National Endowment for the Humanities.

Dr. Christine Krueger Professor

Presented: “Culture Course Design,” Carroll University, Waukesha, Wis., June 2011. Presented: See entry for Dr. Margaret Bloom, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology, College of Education. Presided: at “Nature and Race,” Nature Speaks Conference of Interdisciplinary Nineteenth Century Studies, Pitzer College, Claremont, Calif., April 2011. Led: Marquette University faculty team, Association of American Colleges and Universities General Education Assessment Institute, San Jose State University, San Jose, Calif., June 2011.

Dr. Amelia Zurcher

Dr. John Su

Associate Professor

Published: Imagination and the contemporary novel, Cambridge University Press (2011). Published: “Postcolonial Fiction of the African Diaspora” and “Realist Theory,” The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction, ( January 2011).

Dr. Sarah Wadsworth Associate Professor

Grant: See entry for Jean Zanoni, Raynor Memorial Libraries. Published: “Refusing to Write like Henry James: Women Reforming Realism in Fin de Siècle America,” European Journal of American Studies, Vol. 2 (2011). Published: Review of Joanna Levin’s Bohemia in America in The Journal of American History, Vol. 97, No. 3 (December 2010), pp 821-822. Published: Review of Peter West’s Arbiters of Reality: Hawthorne, Melville, and the Rise of Mass Information Culture in Resources for American Literary Study, Vol. 34, No. 7 (May 2011), pp 255-257. Published: “Henry James Rides Again,” The Henry James Review, Vol. 31, No. 1 (fall 2010), pp 218-231. Presented: “Right Here I See My Own Books: The Woman’s Library at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair,” Commission on the Status of Women in Librarianship, American Library Association, May 2011. with Wayne Wiegand. Presented: “Ghosts and Shadows: Reading Race in the Woman’s Building Library of the World’s Columbian Exposition,” American Library Association, New Orleans, June 2011.

Dr. Amelia Zurcher Associate Professor

Published: “The Narrative Turn Against Metaphor: Metonymy, Identification, and Roger Boyle’s Parthenissa,” Go Figure: Energies, Forms, and Institutions in the Early Modern World, (2011) pp 73-90. Published: “Serious Extravagance: Romance Writing in SeventeenthCentury England,” Literature Compass, Vol. 8, No. 6 (spring 2011), pp 376-389.

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES Dr. Eugenia Afinoguenova Associate Professor

Published: “Leisure and Agrarian Reform: Liberal Governance at the Traveling Museums of Spanish Misiones Pedagógicas (1931-1933),” Hispanic Review, (spring 2011), pp 261-290. Published: “Arte de élites, política de masas: los ‘milicianos de la Humanidad’ y la defensa de la cultura en el relato sobre el rescate del Museo del Prado,” La España del Frente Popular: política, sociedad, cultura y conflicto en la España de 1936,” (2011) pp 301-316.

Dr. Armando González-Pérez Professor

Presented: “Ritualism, Sexuality and the Discourse of the Other in the play María Antonia,” Popular Culture/American Culture Conference, San Antonio, April 2011. Presented: “Ethnicity, Gender and Identity in Pura del Prado’s AfroCuban Poetry,” Arturo Schomburg Symposium, Philadelphia, Feb. 25‑26, 2011.

Dr. Anne Pasero

Associate Professor

Published: Review of María Rosal’s ¿Qué cantan las poetas españolas de ahora? in Letras femeninas, Vol. 36, No. 2 (fall 2010), pp 299-301. Presented: “Clara Janes: Defying and Defining Difference in the Expression of Love,” International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Granada, Spain, June 2011.

Dr. Julia Paulk

Assistant Professor

Presented: “Juanita Versus Cecilia: Cuban Slavery in Anglo and Latin American Literature,” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, Ky., April 2011.

Dr. Steven Taylor Professor

Edited and Translated: The Conception of Mary — A Rhyming Translation of Book V of Le Champion des Dames by Martin Le Franc (14101461), (December 2010) The Edwin Mellen Press.


Summer 2011 — Compendium

Published: “Summary of Research on the Dit,” Handbook of Medieval Studies, Vol. 2, (fall 2010) pp 1,755‑1,760. Presented: “The Conception of Mary in Martin Le Franc’s Le Champion des Dames,” International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Mich., May 2011.

Dr. Barry Velleman Professor

Presented: “On ‘Rules’ and ‘Explanations’: The Linguistic Pedagogy of William E. Bull (19091972)” and Chaired: “Languages” session, Hawaii Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, January 2011. Awarded: Robert and Mary Gettel Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence, Marquette University, May 2011.

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY Dr. Kristen Foster Associate Professor

Published: “‘We Are Men!’: Frederick Douglass and the Fault Lines of Gendered Citizenship,” The Journal of the Civil War Era, Vol. 1, No. 2 ( June 2011). Presented: “Haiti’s Mirror: Racial Violence and the Process of ‘Sexing the Citizen’ in Early America,” Berkshire Conference of Women Historians, Northampton, Mass., June 2011.

Dr. Timothy McMahon Associate Professor

Grant: $6,500, “Eire-Imperator: Actors on an Imperial Stage, 18601914,” Boston College, Ireland.

Dr. Phillip Naylor Professor

Published: Review of Benjamin Claude Brower’s A Desert Named Peace: The Violence of France’s Empire in the Algerian Sahara, 1844-1902, in American Historical Review, Vol. 115, No. 5 (December 2010), pp 1,557-1,558. Published: Review of Joshua Schreier’s Arabs of the Jewish Faith: The Civilizing Mission in Colonial Algeria, in Choice, Vol. 48, No. 10 (2011), pp 1981-1982. Published: Review of Reiland Rebaka’s Forms of Fanonism: Frantz Fanon’s Critical Theory and the Dialectics of Decolonization, in Choice, Vol. 48, No. 5 (2011), p 1,002.

Dr. Julius Ruff Professor

Presented: “Bandit Myth and Reality in the EighteenthCentury Ile-de-France,” Ohio State University, Columbus, April 8, 2011.

Dr. Athan Theoharis Professor Emeritus

Published: Abuse of Power: How Cold War Surveillance and Secrecy Policy Shaped the Response to 9/11, (April 2011) Temple University Press.

Dr. Andrew Kahrl

Dr. Michael Wert

Presented: “Planning for Exploitation: The Plight of Black Coastal Landowners in the Sunbelt South,” American Planning Association, Chicago, April 26, 2011. Elected: Board of Directors, Urban History Association, January 2011.

Published: “Oguri no rekishiteki kioku (Oguri and Historical Memory),” Tatsunami, Vol. 35 (December 2010). Presented: “Social Structure and Heterodoxy in Tokugawa, Japan,” University of Wisconsin– Milwaukee, Feb. 24, 2011.

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Dr. Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed Associate Professor

Grant: $16,000, “Inertial Navigation Systems,” U.S. Department of Education. Grant: $13,235, “Search for Best, Appropriate WiFi Tag and Use Chosen Tag to Develop iPhone Application to Track and Locate Children Wearing Tag,” WiFi Locator Solutions, LLC. Presented: “iFactotum: SensorRich iPhone as a Versatile Tool,” International Symposium on Quality of Life Technology, Toronto, June 2011, with Graduate Student Mohammad Tanviruzzaman, Undergraduate Student Casey O’Brien and Graduate Student Rizwana Rizia. Presented: “A Feature Extraction Method for Real Time Human Activity Recognition on Cell Phones,” International Symposium on Quality of Life Technology, Toronto, June 2011. Presented: “PryGuard: A Secure Distributed Authentication Protocol for Pervasive Computing Environment,” International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Other Applications of Applied Intelligent Systems, Syracuse, New York, June 2011. Presented: “Pervasive Healthcare” Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, March 2011. Presented: “REBIVE: A Reliable Private Data Aggregation Scheme for Wireless Sensor,” Association for Computing Machinery Symposium on Applied Computing, TaiChung, Taiwan, March 2011.

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Published: Review of Letizia Pellegrini’s Processo di Canonizzazione di Bernardino da Siena (1445-1450), Analcta Franciscana 14 in Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 64 (2011), pp 276-278. Presented: “Gender and the Narrative(s) of Franciscan History: Reflections on The Franciscan Story of Maurice Carmody, and Others,” International Congress on Medieval Studies, University of Western Michigan, Kalamazoo, Mich., May 13, 2011.

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Published: Against all Odds: The Igbo Experience in Postcolonial Nigeria, (April 2011) Goldline and Jacobs Publishing, with Apollos Nwauwa.

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Published: Sing Not War: The Lives of Union and Confederate Veterans in Gilded Age America, (May 2011) University of North Carolina Press. Elected: Vice-President/President Elect, Society for the History of Children and Youth, June 2011.

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Presented: “Research Challenges and Solutions in Emerging Pervasive/ Ubiquitous Computing,” International Conference on Computer and Information Technology, Ahsanndulla University of Science and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh, December 2010. Chaired: IEEE 35th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference, Munich, Germany, July 18-22, 2011.

Dr. Matteo Arena Assistant Professor

Published: The Corporate Choice between Public Debt, Bank Loans, Traditional Private Debt Placements, and 144A Debt Issues,” Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Vol. 36 (2011), pp 391-416. Published: “It Takes Two: The Incidence and Effectiveness of Co-CEOs,” The Financial Review, Vol. 46 (2011), pp 383-410, with Stephen Ferris and Emre Unlu. Presented: “Litigation Risk, Cash Holdings, and Corporate Investment,” Oklahoma Risk Management Conference, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla., May 2011.

Dr. Dennis Brylow

Dr. Rong Ge

Grant: $289,936, “REU Site: Computation Across the Disciplines,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Kim Factor, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science. Published: “Hands-on Networking Labs With Embedded Routers,” Proceedings of SIGCSE 2011: The 42nd ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, (March 2011) pp 399-404, with Undergraduate Student Kyle Thurow. Presented: “Hands-On Networking Labs with Embedded Routers,” Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education: The 42nd Association for Computing Machinery Technical Symposium on Computer Science in Education, Dallas, March 2011, with Undergraduate Student Kyle Thurow.

Published: “Evaluating Parallel I/O Energy Efficiency,” Proceedings of the IEEE/ACM International Conference on Green Computing and Communications, (December 2010). Presented: “Iso-energy-efficiency: An Approach to Power-Constrained Parallel Computation,” IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium,” Anchorage, Alaska, May 2011, with Shuaiwen Song, Chun-Yi Su, Abhinav Vishnu and Kirk Cameron.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Anne Clough Professor

Grant: $45,000, “Noninvasive Detection and Assessment of Two Common Lung Injuries,” National Institutes of Health.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Gholamhossein Hamedani Professor

Presented: “Conditional Moments, Sub-Independence and Independence,” International Conference on Applied Statistics and Financial Mathematics, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, December 2010.

Dr. Peter Jones Professor

Published: “Lower semimodular inverse semigroups, II,” pp 955971; and “Semidistributive inverse semigroups, II,” pp 972-991, Communications in Algebra, Vol. 39, No. 3 (2011), with Kyeong Hee Cheong.

Dr. Gary Krenz

Chair and Professor

Published: “Characterization of the threshold for NAD(P)H:quinone oxidoreductase activity in intact sulforaphane-treated pulmonary arterial endothelial cells,” Free Radical Biology and Medicine, Vol. 50, No. 8 (April 15, 2011), pp 953-962, with Robert Bongard, Adam Gastonguay, Carol Williams, Brian Lindemer and Marilyn Merker.

Dr. Praveen Madiraju Associate Professor

Presented: “A Context-aware Cost of Interruption Model for Mobile Devices,” Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Workshop on Context Modeling and Reasoning, Seattle, March 2011.

Dr. Dennis Brylow

Dr. Paul Bankston Professor

Published: “On the First-order Expressibility of Lattice Properties to Unicoherence,” Continua, Archive for Mathematical Logic, Vol. 50, No. 3-4 (2011), pp 503‑512. Presented: “Characterizing the Arc,” Spring Topology and Dynamical Systems Conference, University of Texas, Tyler, Texas, March 2011.

Dr. Naveen Bansal Professor

Published: “Bayesian Decision Theoretic approach to hypotheses problems with skewed alternatives,” Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, Vol. 140 (October 2010), pp 2,894-2,903, with Graduate Student Ru Sheng. Presented: See entry for Dr. Xin Feng, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering.

Presented: “Differential Lung Uptake of 99mTc-HMPAO and 99mTc-Duramycin in Rat Injury Models,” Small Animal SPECT Imaging Conference, Tuscon, Ariz., December 2010.

Dr. Kim Factor

Associate Professor

Grant: See entry for Dr. Dennis Brylow, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science. Published: “A Characterization of Connected (1,2)-Domination Graphs of Tournaments,” AKCE International Journal of Graphs Combinatorics, Vol. 8, No. 1 (2011), pp 51-62, with L. Langley. Published: “The (1,2)-Step Competition Graph of a Tournament,” Discrete Applied Mathematics, Vol. 159 ( January 2011), pp 100-103, with Sarah Merz. Presented: “The (l,m)-step Competition Number of a Graph,” International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Fla., March 2011.

Dr. Marta Magiera Assistant Professor

Presented: “Pre-service Elementary Teachers’ Understanding of Relational Thinking,” American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April 2011, with Dr. Leigh van den Kieboom, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership, College of Education. Presented: “Pre-service Teacher Responses to Children’s Relational Thinking during Clinical Interviews,” American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April 2011, with Dr. John Moyer, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science; and Dr. Leigh van den Kieboom, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership, College of Education. Presented: “Collaborative Metacognitive Interactions in SmallGroup Mathematical Problem Solving,” National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Pre-session, Indianapolis, April 2011.

Presented: “Algebra and Algebraic Thinking for Teachers and Their Students,” U.S. Department of Education, Mathematics and Science Partnership, Baltimore, February 2011, with Dr. Leigh van den Keiboom, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership, College of Education. Presented: See entry for Dr. John Moyer, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.

Dr. Stephen Merrill Professor

Edited: Nonlinear Dynamical Systems Analysis for the Behavioral Sciences Using Real Data, (November 2010) with Robert Gregson, and Published: “Markov Chains for Identifying Nonlinear Dynamics, Chapter 17,” pp 401-423. Presented: “A Model of Thyroid Cancer Initiation and Growth in Autoimmune Thyroiditis,” North American Meeting on Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Huatulco, Mexico, December 2010.

Dr. John Moyer Professor

Presented: “Teachers’ Intentions and Reflections for Classroom Instruction in a Curricular Context,” American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April 2011. with Jinfa Cai, Tony Freedman and Nina Wang. Presented: “Investigating the Effects of Curricula and Classroom Emphases on Algebra Learning: Cross-Sectional Analyses,” American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April 2011, with Jinfa Cai, Jeff Shih, Ning Wang and Bikai Nie. Presented: “Approaches to Developing Function Sense in Three Middle School Curricula,” National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Pre-session, Indianapolis, April 2011, with Jinfa Cai and Bikai Nie. Presented: “Analyzing Mathematics Teaching Anxiety: Assumptions, Findings and Implications for Mathematics Educators” and “Preservice Teachers’ Understanding of Relational Thinking,” Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Irvine, Calif., January 2011. Presented: “Clinical Interviews: Window into Pre-service Teachers’ Learning about Students’ Mathematical Thinking” and “Preservice Teachers’ Understanding of Relational Thinking,” Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Irvine, Calif., January 2011, with Dr. Marta Magiera, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science. Presented: See entry for Dr. Marta Magiera, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.

Farzana Rahman Teaching Assistant

Presented: “AnonPri: An Efficient Anonymous Private Authentication Protocol,” Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Pervasive Computing and Communication, Seattle, March 2011.


Summer 2011 — Compendium

Dr. Daniel Rowe Associate Professor

Published: “Functional Susceptibility Weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging,” pp 561-575, with M. Barth, and “Complex threshold methods for eliminating pixels that contain predominantly noise in magnetic resonance images,” pp 577-603, with J. Jiang, MRI Susceptibility Weighted Imaging: Basic Concepts and Clinical Applications ( January 2011). Presented: “Signal and Noise in Complex-Valued SENSE MR Image Reconstruction,” Eastern North American Region of the International Biometric Society, Miami, March 2011.

Dr. Rebecca Sanders Assistant Professor

Published: “A SOT-dense Path of Chaotic Operators with Same Hypercyclic Vectors,” Journal of Operator Theory, Vol. 66, No. 1 (summer 2011), pp 107-124. Published: “Common hypercyclic vectors for the conjugate class of a hypercyclic operator,” Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, Vol. 375 (March 2011), pp 139-148, with K. Chan.

Dr. Sherry Scott

Assistant Professor

Grants: $57,255 and $10,345, “Dynamical Systems Theory and Lagrangian Data Assimilation in 4D Geophysical Fluid Dynamics,” Office of Naval Research. Presented: “Variations on a Harmonic Analysis and Ergodic Theory Based Method for Analyzing Fluid Flows,” Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems, Snowbird, Utah, May 2011.

Dr. Michael Slattery Associate Professor

Presented: “Commutator Structure in Maximal Class,” DeBrun Workshop: Group, Combinatorics, Computing; Galway, Ireland, April 2011.

Dr. Elaine Spiller Assistant Professor

Grants: $76,061 and $18,706, Dynamical Systems Theory and Lagrangian Data Assimilation in 4D Geophysical Fluid Dynamics,” Office of Naval Research. Presented: “A New Methodology for Probabilistic Hazard Mapping: Accounting for the Extreme Event Tail (Part III),” Soufriere Hills Volcano “15 Years On” Scientific Conference, Montserrat, British West Indies, April 2011.

Dr. Craig Struble Associate Professor

Presented: “Bioaugmentation Can Improve Anaerobic Digester Performance After Organic Overload,” International Water Association Anaerobic Digester Conference, Guadalajara, Mexico, November 2010, with V.P. Tale; Dr. Daniel Zitomer, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering; and Dr. James Maki, Department of Biological Sciences.

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY Dr. Thomas Anderson Professor Emeritus

Published: “The Pervasive Presence of the Spiritual in Gabriel Marcel’s World,” Person, Being, and History, Essays in Honor of Kenneth L. Schmitz, (2011) pp 258-272.

Dr. Curtis Carter Professor

Published: “Pan Gongkai: Reflections on Beginnings, Opposites, Changes Re Contemporary Chinese Art,” Melt: Philosophical Interpretations of Pan Gongkai’s Art, (2011) pp 10-14. Published: “Avant Garde in Chinese Art,” pp 295-320; and “The Political Body in Chinese Art,” pp 109‑125, Subversive Strategies in Contemporary Chinese Art, (2011). Published: “The Pavillion of China in the Globalization of Time,” Pervasion, (2011) Biennale Arte, pp 16-18. Published: “Chinese Art: Exhibition, Artist Unrelated Issues,” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, ( June 15, 2011). Published: “Chinese Contemporary Art: Urbanization and Globalization,” Journal: Yishu Baiji, (May 15, 2011), pp 17-24, 100. Published: “The Emperor’s Paradise: Chinese Art Exhibition,” Shepherd Express, (May 12, 2011). Published: “Reginald Baylor,” Shepherd Express, (March 1, 2011). Published: “Wang Fei: Warrior Artist of the Soul,” Exhibition Catalog Essay, Beijing, (December 2010). Presented: “Soup Cans, Brillo Boxes, and Super Stars: Pop Art in America,” Primorska University, Koper, Slovenia, June 7, 2011. Presented: “Tradition and Change in Contemporary Chinese Art,” Glasnik: Contemporaneity in Art, International Colloquium of the Slovenian Society of Aesthetics, Koper, Slovenia, June 3, 2011. Presented: “Chinese Contemporary Art: Westernization and Chineseness,” University of Venice, June 1, 2011.

Dr. Owen Goldin Professor

Published: “Two Traditions in the Ancient Posterior Analytics Commentaries,” Interpreting Aristotles, Posterior Analytics in Late Antiquity and Beyond, (March 2011). Presented: “Humanism, Baboonism, and Future Being in Plato’s Theaetetus,” Metaphysical Society of America, Emory University, Atlanta, March 10, 2011, and University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel, Jan. 4, 2011.

Dr. Howard Kainz Professor Emeritus

Published: The Existence of God and the Faith Instinct, (September 2010) Susquehanna University Press. Published: “Hegelian Priorities in Christendeom: a Reconsideration,” Philosophy & Theology, Vol. 22 (fall 2010), pp 1–2. Published: “Hegel’s Phenomenology: Reverberations in His Later System,” Idealistic Studies, Vol. 4, No. 3 (fall 2010).

Dr. Sebastian Luft Associate Professor

Awarded: Way Klingler Humanities Fellowship, Marquette University, May 2011.

Dr. Rebecca Sanders

Dr. Michael Monahan Associate Professor

Published: The Creolizing Subject: Race, Reason, and the Politics of Purity, (May 2011) Fordham University Press.

Dr. Richard Taylor Professor

Presented: “Arabic / Islamic Philosophy in Thomas Aquinas’s Conception of the Beatific Vision in his Commentary on the Sentences IV, 49, 2, 1,” The Impact of Islam on Christianity in the Medieval Period, Blackfriars, Oxford, and Heythrop College, London, May 2011. Presented: “Philosopher as Kâfir,” Universidad Complutense, Madrid, May 13, 2011. Presented: “Aquinas and ‘the Arabs’: Arabic / Islamic Philosophy in Thomas Aquinas’s Conception of the Beatific Vision in his Commentary on the Sentences IV, 49, 2, 1,” Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-laneuve, Belgium, April 29, 2011. Presented: “Epistemological Problematics in the Arabic Tradition: the Case of Avicenna” and “Aquinas and ‘the Arabs’: the Supernatural Epistemology of Beatitude,” Università di Padua, Padua, Italy, March 2011. Presented: “Averroes and Aristotle on Responsibility” and “What is up to us? Workshop on Aristotle’s theory of responsibility,” Leuven and Louvainla-neuve, Belgium, Feb. 25, 2011. Presented: “Aquinas and the Arabic Philosophical Tradition,” Universität Würtzburg, Würtzburg, Germany, Feb. 18, 2011. Presented: “Avicenna on Abstraction,” University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy, Feb. 2, 2011. Presented: “Averroes on method and method in Averroes” and “Aquinas’s Debts to Avicenna and Averroes on Cognition: In 2 Sent., D. 17, Q. 2, A. 1,” Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy, Feb. 1-2, 2011. Presented: “Primary and Secondary Causality in the Liber de causis and al-Kindi,” Department of Philosophy, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy, Jan. 31, 2011. Presented: “What Aquinas owes to Avicenna and Averroes on Cognition,” University of Milan, Milan, Italy, Jan. 27, 2011.

Presented: “Ibn Rushd of Cordoba and Siger of Brabant on Intellect,” Autour de Siger de Brabant, sponsored by the Institut d’Etudes Médiévales, Institut Catholique de Paris, Jan. 21, 2011. Presented: “Primary and Secondary Causality,” Projet sur le commentaire du Liber de causis d’Albert le Grand, Centre Nationale de Recherches Scientifiques, Paris, Jan. 19, 2011.

Rev. Roland Teske, S.J. Professor Emeritus

Published: “Henry of Ghent on the Freedom of the Human Will,” A Companion to Henry of Ghent, (2011) pp 315–335. Published: “The Ambiguity of Love in Augustine of Hippo,” Confessions of Love: The Ambiguities of the Greek Eros and the Latin Caritas. American University Studies 310, (2011) pp 16–38. Published: “William of Auvergne,” Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy, Vol. 2 (2011), pp 1,402‑1,405. Published: William of Auvergne, Selected Spiritual Writings, (2011) Pontifical Institute of Mediaval Studies. Published: Saint Augustine: Selected Writings on Grace and Pelagianism, (May 2011) New City Press. Published: Revisions, The Works of St. Augustine, A Translation for the 21st Century, (November 2010) New City Press, with Boniface Ramsy.

Dr. Pol Vandevelde Professor

Presented: “Seminario: Heidegger: El Lenguaje y la Historia” and “El Perdón: Implicancias políticas,” Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Santiago, Chile, June 2011. Presented: “Sein als Geschehen: Dichtung als Stiftung der Geschichte,” Treffen der Martin-HeideggerForschungsgruppe, Messkirch, Germany, May 2011. Presented: “Les enjeux et les difficultés du pardon communautaire,” Le pardon à l’épreuve de la deportation, Université Catholique de Lille, France, March 10, 2011. Organized: Annual Conference of the Heidegger Circle, Marquette University, Milwaukee, May 6-8, 2011.

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The Book Shelf

Books published by Marquette University faculty and staff since the previous issue of Compendium.

Dr. John Davis

Dr. James Marten

Individuals and Identity in Economics — an examination of the different conceptions of the individual in new approaches to economics that help develop an understanding of bounded individuality. See p. 11.

Sing Not War: The lives of Union and Confederate Veterans in Gilded Age America — a study of the letters, diaries, journals, memoirs, newspapers and other sources from Civil War vets that reveals the difficulty of reintegration to society post-war. See p. 3.

Dr. Stephen Guastello Nonlinear Dynamical Systems Analysis for the Behavioral Sciences Using Real Data — analytic techniques that cover the theoretical and practical knowledge to frame hypotheses dynamically and build viable analytic models to test them. See p. 8.

Dr. Michael Monahan

Dr. Richard Jones

Phylis Ravel

Global Perspectives on Re-Entry — an international perspective on the challenges facing ex-prisoners as they attempt to return to society after serving time in prison. See p. 10.

Censored on Final Approach — a play chronicling four Women Air Service Pilots who gather to reminisce about their challenges and successes during World War II. See p. 12.

Dr. Chima Korieh

Dr. John Su

Against All Odds: The Igbo Experience in Postcolonial Nigeria — an exploration of the experiences of the Igbo in postcolonial Nigeria, linking the socioeconomic, cultural and political events in Nigeria since the emergence of independent African states in the 1960s. See p. 3.

Imagination and the Contemporary Novel — an examination of the preoccupation with the imagination among literary authors in contemporary Anglophone literature and a restatement of what the imagination is and what it means for contemporary culture. See p. 2.

Dr. Ulrich Lehner

Dr. Steven Taylor

Enlightened Monks. The German Benedictines 1740-1803 — addresses the social, cultural, philosophical and theological challenges the German Benedictines faced between 1740 and 1803, and how the Enlightenment influenced the self-understanding and lifestyle of those religious communities. See p. 10.

The Conception of Mary – A Rhyming Translation of Book V of Le Champion des Dames by Martin Le Franc (14101461) — an English translation that retains the original rhyme scheme and stanzaic structure of Le Franc’s work on the defense of womankind against the anti-feminine onslaught. See p. 2.

The Creolizing Subject: Race, Reason, and the Politics of Purity — a philosophical study of race and the challenges it offers, arguing that race should be understood as an ambiguous and indeterminate process of social negotiation. See p. 5.


Summer 2011 — Compendium

Dr. Margaret Walker

Donald J. Schuenke Chair and Professor

Presented: “Historical Understanding and the Understanding of Justice,” Conference on Naturalizing Moral Epistemology, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, June 2011. Presented: “Minorities: Historical Understanding and Justice Claims,” University of Copenhagen, April 2011. Presented: “Hope is at the Root,” Conference on Moral Outrage and Moral Repair: Reflections on 9/11 and its Afterlife, Fordham University, New York, April 2011. Presented: “The Expressive Burden of Reparations,” Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, March 2011. Presented: “Moral Vulnerability and the Task of Reparations,” Center for Law and Global Affairs, Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz., November 2010. Served: Commentator, “Naturalizing Ethics,” American Philosophical Association, San Diego, April 2011.

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE Dr. H. Richard Friman

Eliot Fitch Chair and Professor

Published: “The Illegal Migration Industry,” Migration in the Global Political Economy, (2011) pp 83-99.

Dr. John McAdams Associate Professor

Debated: The death penalty, Oxford Union, Oxford, U.K., June 16, 2011.

Dr. Duane Swank Professor

Published: “Activating Workers? The Political Economy of Active Social Policy in Postindustrial Democracies,” Comparing European Workers, Part B: Policies and Institutions (Research in the Sociology of Work, Volume 22), (2011) pp 9-51. Published: “Gonna Party Like It’s 1899: Party Systems and the Origins of Varieties of Coordination,” World Politics, Vol. 63, No. 1 ( January 2011), pp. 78-114, with Cathie Jo Martin.

Rev. Roland Teske, S.J. Saint Augustine: Selected Writings on Grace and Pelagianism — an analysis of Augustine’s writings on issues central to Christianity, such as grace, predestination, original sin, baptism and the relationship between God and His human creation. See p. 5. Revisions, The Works of Saint Augustine, A Translation for the 21st Century — an English translation of a work in which shortly before his death Augustine reviewed all of his previous works and corrected some, while clarifying or defending others. See p. 5. William of Auvergne: Selected Spiritual Writings — this English translation of three of Auvergne’s shorter, more spiritual works touches on the relation between nature and grace, moral and theological virtues and the need for redemption by Christ and its character. See p. 5.

Dr. Athan Theoharis Abuse of Power: How Cold War Surveillance and Secrecy Policy Shaped the Response to 9/11 — Description of the U.S. government’s secret activities and policies during periods of “unprecedented crisis,” recounting how presidents and FBI officials exploited concerns about foreign-based internal security threats. See p. 3.

Dr. Benjamin Brown

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY

Dr. Benjamin Brown

Dr. Stephen Franzoi

Grant: See entry for Dr. Barbara Silver-Thorn, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering.

Presented: “Effects of Mate Competition and Social Comparison on Calibration of Body Concept,” Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C., May 26-29, 2011, with K. Vasquez, J.C. Saucerman and K.S. Krueger. Presented: “Is the Factor Structure of the Body Esteem Scale Still Valid?” Society of Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, Feb. 12, 2011, with Graduate Student Katherine Frost and Dr. Debra Oswald, Department of Psychology. Presented: “Teaching Psychology as a Journey of Discovery Using SelfReport Questionnaires,” National Council for Social Studies, Denver, Nov. 12, 2010.

Chair and Professor

Dr. Zbigniew Sorbjan Research Professor

Grant: $102,750, “Study of Atmospheric Turbulence in the Stable Boundary Layer,” National Science Foundation.

Dr. Christopher Stockdale Associate Professor

Grant: $5,000, “A Forensic Exploration of the Late-Stage Evolution of Massive Stars,” Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium – State.

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Dr. Alyson Gerdes (center)

Dr. Alyson Gerdes Associate Professor

Grant: $25,000, “Culturally Modifying ADHD Treatment for Latino Families: Development and Pilot,” Greater Milwaukee Foundation. Published: “Culturally-modified recruitment strategies for Latino families in clinical child research: A critical first step,” Journal of Child and Family Studies, (2011) doi: 0.1007/s10826-011-9460-5, with Graduate Student Lauren Haack, Undergraduate Student Beth Cruz and Graduate Student Brian Schneider. Published: “Parental functioning in families of children with ADHD: Evidence for behavioral parent training and importance of clinical meaningfulness,” Journal of Attention Disorders, (2011) doi: 10.1177/1087054710381482, with Graduate Students Lauren Haack and Brian Schneider. Published: “Advancing our knowledge of ADHD in Latino children: Psychometric and cultural properties of Spanish-versions of parental/family functioning measures,” Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, Vol. 39 (2011), pp 33-43, with Graduate Students Lauren Haack and Brian Schneider, and G.M. Dieguez. Presented: “Assessing disruptive behavior disorders throughout childhood and across cultures: Who are we missing?” Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, April 2011, with Graduate Students Kathryn Lawton and Lauren Haack. Presented: “Parental ratings of disruptive behavior disorders in Latinos: The role of child development and acculturation,” Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, April 2011, with Graduate Students Lauren Haack, Kathryn Lawton and Brian Schneider. Presented: “Moving toward culturally-appropriate assessment: Examination of the diagnostic utility of ADHD symptoms in a Spanishspeaking, Latino sample,” Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, Wis., March 2011. Presented: “Examining ADHD across cultures: Development and validation of the BIV and PRQ,” Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, Wis., March 2011 with Graduate Students Lauren Haack and Brian Schneider.

Presented: “Maternal parenting behavior, parenting stress, and parenting efficacy as predictors of internalizing and externalizing outcomes in children referred for neuropsychological evaluations,” International Neuropsychological Society, Boston, February 2011, with Graduate Students Elizabeth Heideman and Kelsey Weinberger, and J. Koop. Presented: “The effect of acculturation on Latino parental and family functioning” and “Parental acculturation in Latinos: Mental health outcomes of school-aged children,” National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Seattle, January 2011, with Graduate Students Lauren Haack and Brian Schneider. Presented: “Examining behavioral problems in Latino youth: Validation of the DBD-S,” National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Seattle, January 2011, with Graduate Student Lauren Haack and G.M. Dieguez.

Dr. Nakia Gordon Assistant Professor

Published: “Removing Pain from Nociception: Brain Mechanisms Supporting Modulation of Pain by Meditation,” Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 31 (2011), pp 5,540-5,548, with F. Zeidan, K. Martucci, R. Kraft, J. McHaffie and R. Coghill. Presented: “Personally relevant happy pictures have a more dynamic impact on mood than a standardized picture set” and Awarded: Third Place, Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, Wis., April 2011, with J. Downs, Graduate Student Katie Hazlett and Z. Udee. Presented: “Personally relevant pictures are more effective than IAPS at inducing positive emotion in participants with elevated depressive symptomatology,” Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, Wis., April 2011, with Graduate Student Katie Hazlett, A. Davis and E. Urban. Presented: “Self-Selected Pictures are More Effective than IAPS for Inducing Positive Emotion,” Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C., April 2011, with Graduate Student Katie Hazlett.

Dr. John Grych

Chair and Professor

Published: “The effects of intimate partner violence on school-aged children,” A Developmental Approach to Understanding and Treating the

Effects of Intimate Partner Violence across Childhood, (2011) pp 155-178, with Graduate Student Renee DeBoard-Lucas. Presented: “Dating Violence in Adolescence: Processes and Pathways,” Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, May 5, 2011.

Dr. Stephen Guastello Professor

Edited: Nonlinear dynamical systems analysis for the behavioral sciences using real data, (2011), CRC Press, with R.A.M. Gregson; and Published: “Introduction to nonlinear dynamical systems analysis,” pp 1-16, with R.A.M. Gregson; and “Frequency distributions and error functions,” pp 33-72; “Entropy,” pp 103‑134; “Discontinuities: SETAR and catastrophe models with polynomial regression,” pp 251-280; “Nonlinear regression and structural equations for nonlinear phenomena,” pp 281‑302; “Catastrophe models with nonlinear regression,” pp 305‑318; and “Orbital decomposition: Identification of dynamical patterns in categorical data,” pp 499-516. Published: “Nonlinear dynamical systems applications to psychology and management,” SAGE Handbook of complexity and management, (2011), pp 543-556. Published: “Leadership emergence in engineering design teams,” Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences, Vol. 15 (2011), pp 87-104. Published: “Chaos, complexity and creative behavior,” Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences, Vol. 15 (2011), pp 143-144, with M.J. Fleener. Published: ���Diffusion models for innovation: S-curves, networks, power laws, catastrophes, and entropy,” Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences, Vol. 15 (2011), pp 307-333, with J.J. Jacobsen.

Dr. James Hoelzle Assistant Professor

Published: “Comparison of Wechsler Memory Scale-Fourth Edition (WMSIV) and Third Edition (WMS-III) dimensional structures: Improved ability to evaluate auditory and visual constructs,” Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, Vol. 33 (2011), pp 283-291, with Nathaniel Nelson and Clifford Smith. Published: “Neuropsychological evaluation of blast-related concussion: Illustrating the challenges and complexities through OEF/OIF case studies,” Brain Injury, Vol. 25 (2011), pp 511-525.

with Nathaniel Nelson, Katherine McGuire, Amanda Ferrier-Auerbach, Molly Charlesworth and Scott Sponheim. Published: “Evaluation context impacts neuropsychological performance of OEF/OIF veterans with reported combat-related concussion,” Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, Vol. 25 (December 2010), pp 731-723, with Nathaniel Nelson, Katherine McGuire, Amanda Ferrier-Auerbach, Molly Charlesworth and Scott Sponheim. Presented: “Evaluating the relationships between cognitive constructs and anatomical brain connectivity in a military sample,” American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, Washington, D.C., June 2011, with Nicholas Davenport, Nathaniel Nelson, Katherine McGuire and Scott Sponheim. Presented: “Neuropsychological outcomes of U.S. veterans with report of remote blast concussion and concurrent psychological distress,” American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, Washington, D.C., June 2011, with Nathaniel Nelson, James Hoelzle, Bridget Doane, Katherine McGuire, Amanda Ferrier-Auerbach, Molly Charlesworth, et al. Presented: “Psychometric evaluation of the MMPI-2-RF and MMPI-2,” Society for Personality Assessment, Boston, March 2011, with Amanda FerrierAuerbach, Nathaniel Nelson, Molly Charlesworth, Bridget Doane et al. Presented: “Factor analysis of cognitive and psychological response validity measures in a sample of U.S. veterans,” International Neuropsychological Society, Boston, February 2011, with Nathaniel Nelson, Katherine McGuire, Amanda Ferrier-Auerbach, Molly Charlesworth, Bridget Doane, et al.

Dr. Astrida Kaugars Associate Professor

Published: “Use of an observational coding system with families of adolescents: Psychometric properties among pediatric and healthy populations,” Journal of Pediatric Psychology, (November 2010) doi: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsq106, pp 1-13, with K. Zebracki, J. Kichler, Graduate Student Christopher Fitzgerald, R.N. Greenley, R. Alemzadeh and G.N. Holmbeck.


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Published: “Families’ perspectives on how constipation and fecal incontinence impact quality of life,” Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, Vol. 51, No. 6 (December 2010), doi: 10.1097/ MPG.0b013e3181de0651, pp 747-752, with A. Silverman, M. Kinservik, S. Heinze, L. Reinemann, M. Sander, Graduate Student Brian Schneider and M. Sood. Presented: “The Five Minute Speech Sample: Continuity in a low-income multi-ethnic sample of young children,” Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Montreal, April 2011, with M.D. Klinnert and J. Miller. Presented: “Understanding the family impact of chronic illness on fathers’ quality of life,” National Conference in Pediatric Psychology, San Antonio, April 2011, with R. Greenley, K.J. Mano, K. Hainsworth, Graduate Student Christopher Fitzgerald and J. Kichler. Presented: “An examination of fathers’ involvement in the care of adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM),” National Conference in Pediatric Psychology, San Antonio, April 2011, with Graduate Student Christopher Fitzgerald, J. Kichler and R. Alemzadeh. Presented: “The co-occurrence of mental health symptoms in adolescents with type 1 diabetes and their parents,” National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Ithaca, N.Y., March 2011, with Graduate Student Christopher Fitzgerald.

Presented: “Examining associations and differences among parent and child sociocognitive factors,” and Awarded: 2nd place Margaret Bernaur Psychology Research Award, Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, Wis., March 2011, with Graduate Student Denise Gardner. Presented: “Paternal monitoring of adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus: Associations with illness management, metabolic control, and relational characteristics,” Pediatric Behavioral Health Research Conference “Inspiring Collaboration in Research,” Milwaukee, February 2011, with Graduate Student Christopher Fitzgerald, J. Kichler and R. Alemzadeh. Presented: “The impact of treatment adherence and family conflict on the quality of life of families of adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus,” Pediatric Behavioral Health Research Conference “Inspiring Collaboration in Research,” Milwaukee, February 2011, with Graduate Students Denise Gardner, Jeffrey Karst and Christopher Fitzgerald. Presented: “The influence of family factors on intellectual functioning and language in preschoolers with neurological insult,” International Neuropsychological Society, Boston, February 2011, with Graduate Student Kara Leiser, A. Heffelfinger, J. Koop and E. Bird.

The five largest grants

reported by Marquette University Office of Research and Sponsored Programs from November 2010 to July 2011 totaled more than $3.6 million.

Dr. Robert Bishop $1,666,700 for phase 1 development of the College of Engineering’s new building that will help prepare engineering graduates to be leaders in technology and innovation. See p. 13.

T Ullrich $575,260 to provide a comprehensive year-round program of campus-based services to 150 9th to 12th grade students from disadvantaged backgrounds annually to help prepare them for academic enrollment, persistence and success at both the secondary and postsecondary levels. See p. 20.

Dr. David Buckholdt $520,000 to provide a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to 10 academically talented Wisconsin high school seniors who exhibit leadership in a manner that reflects exceptional commitment to community. See p. 19.

Rev. Timothy O’Brien $500,000 to offer a capacity development training program on anti-corruption and good governance for 16 government and civil society personnel from Eastern Africa and 16 from Western Africa. See. p. 20.

Dr. Allison Abbott $301,000 to provide key information about pathways regulated by microRNAs during development that may be misregulated in human disease and describe the biological principles of microRNA regulation of target messenger RNAs in animals. See p. 1.

Dr. Kristy Nielson Professor

Published: “Physical activity and semantic memory activation in Mild Cognitive Impairment,” Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, Vol. 193 ( June 2011), pp 60-62, with J.C. Smith, J.L. Woodard, M. Seidenberg, S. Durgerian, P. Antuono, Graduate Students Alissa Butts and Nathan Hantke, and M.A. Lancaster and S.M. Rao. Published: “Individual differences associated with the repeated endorsement of post-event misinformation,” Psychology of Individual Differences, (March 2011) ISBN: 978-1-61209-926-2, with Graduate Students Tim Arentsen and Ben Bock. Published: “White matter integrity as predictor of cognitive decline in asymptomatic elders,” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, Vol. 17 (February 2011), p 111, with Graduate Students Alissa Butts and Nathan Hantke, M. Lancaster, S. Durgerian, J.L. Woodard, M. Seidenberg, J.C. Smith, M. Matthews and S.M. Rao. Published: “White matter disruption in asymptomatic individuals at risk for Alzheimer’s disease,” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, Vol. 17 (February 2011), p 53, with M.A. Lancaster, S. Durgerian, M. Seidenberg, J.L. Woodard, C. Smith, M. Matthews, Graduate Students Alissa Butts and Nathan Hantke, and S.M. Rao. Published: “Prediction of future cognitive decline using brief measures of physical and cognitive activity in healthy older adults,” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, Vol. 17 (February 2011), p 69, with M.A. Sugarman, J.L. Woodard, J.C. Smith, M. Seidenberg, S. Durgerian, Graduate Students Alissa Butts and Nathan Hantke, M. Lancaster, M. Matthews and S.M. Rao. Published: “Physical activity is associated with enhanced BOLD semantic memory activation in amnestic mild cognitive impairment,” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, Vol. 17, No. S1 (February 2011), p 265, with J.C. Smith, J.L. Woodard, P. Antuono, M. Seidenberg, S. Durgerian, M. Verber, Graduate Students Alissa Butts and Nathan Hantke, M.A. Lancaster and S.M. Rao. Published: “Effects of walking exercise on white matter integrity in amnestic mild cognitive impairment,” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, Vol. 17, No. S1 (February 2011), p 30, with J.C. Smith, M.D. Verber, P. Antuono, R.J. Hanson, A.J. Mattes and Graduate Students Alissa Butts and Nathan Hantke. Published: “Comparison of semantic and episodic memory activation in predicting cognitive decline in older adults,” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, Vol. 17, No. S1 (February 2011), p 65, with Graduate Student Nathan Hantke, J.L. Woodard, S. Durgerian, M. Seidenberg, J.C. Smith, Graduate Student Alissa Butts, M.A. Lancaster, M. Matthews and S.M. Rao.

Published: “Temporal Gradient for Famous Names in Young and Older Participants,” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, Vol. 17, No. S1 (February 2011), p 65, with L.M. Guidotti Breting, J. Novitski, J.L. Woodard, S.M. Rao and M. Seidenberg. Published: “Cortical and subcortical volumetric differences between cognitively stable and declining older adults,” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, Vol. 17, No. S1 (February 2011), p 67, with M.A. Matthews, S. Durgerian, S. Seidenberg, J.L. Woodard, J.C. Smith, M.A. Lancaster, Graduate Students Alissa Butts and Nathan Hantke, and S.M. Rao. Published: “Interactive effects of physical activity and APOE-ε4 on BOLD semantic memory activation in healthy elders,” NeuroImage, Vol. 54 ( January 2011), pp 635-644, with J.C. Smith, Graduate Students Alissa Butts and Nathan Hantke, J.L. Woodard, M. Seidenberg, S. Durgerian and S.M. Rao. Presented: “Impact of cognitive decline on longitudinal change, in fMRI in elders at risk for Alzheimer’s disease,” Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Quebec City, Canada, June 2011, with S. Durgerian, J.L. Woodard, M. Seidenberg, P. Antuono, Graduate Student Alissa Butts, M. Lancaster, Graduate Student Nathan Hantke, L. Guidotti and S.M. Rao. Presented: “Influence of age and cognitive demand on muscle fatigability and steadiness during low-force contractions,” American College of Sports Medicine, Denver, May 2011, with Dr. Marnie Vanden Noven, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences; and Lab Supervisor Hugo Pereira and Post Doctoral Fellow Dr. Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences; and A. Stevens. Presented: “Effects of emotion regulation in a delayed recognition task,” Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, May 2011, with Graduate Student S.J. Byers. Presented: “Consequences of emotion regulation: a betweensubjects analysis of anxiety scores,” Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, Wis., April 2011, with Graduate Student S.J. Byers.

Dr. Debra Oswald Associate Professor

Published: “An examination of relational-interdependent selfconstrual, communal strength, and pro-relationship behaviors in friendships, Personality and Individual Differences, Vol. 50 ( June 2011), pp 1,243-1,248. Presented: “Men’s Sexual Aggression, Perceptions of Women’s Attachment, and Dating Preferences,” Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, May 2011, with Graduate Student Lucie Holmgreen. Presented: “Status, Threat, and Stereotypes: Understanding the Function of Rape Myths,” Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, May 2011, with Kristine Chapleau. Presented: See entry for Dr. Stephen Franzoi, Department of Psychology.

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Dr. Richard Zevitz

Rev. Thomas Hughson, S.J.

Dr. M. Therese Lysaught

Published: “Death Behind Bars: An Examination of Mortality in Jail, Lockup, and Hospital Confinement — A Historical Study,” Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society, Vol. 24, No. 1 (March 2011), pp 105-124, with Undergraduate Student Christopher Powell.

Grant: $15,000, “MarquetteWabash Graduate Program Teaching Initiative,” Wabash Center.

Grant: $10,000, “Summer Institute in Christian Doctrine,” Koch Foundation. Awarded: Best Published Book award, for Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ: A Model Theologian, Catholic Theology Society, June 2011.

Published: “Missional Churches in Secular Societies: Theology Consults Sociology,” Ecclesiology (May 2011), doi: 10.1163/174553111X559445. Published: “Social Justice in Lactantius’s Divine Institutes? An Exploration,” Reading Patristic Texts on Social Ethics: Issues and Challenges for Twenty-First-Century Christian Social Thought, (spring 2011) pp 185-205. Published: “Social Justice and Common Good: What Are They For?” Catholic Social Teaching in Global Perspective, (fall 2010) pp 1-24, with Daniel McDonald. Presented: “Classical Christology and Social Justice: Why the Divinity of Christ Matters,” Marquette Lonergan Project, “Doing Catholic Systematic Theology in a Multireligious World,” November 2010.

Dr. Ralph Del Colle

Dr. Ulrich Lehner

Associate Professor

Dr. Anees Sheikh

Dr. Anees Sheikh Professor

Published: “David Grove’s Metaphor Therapy,” Imagination, Cognition and Personality, Vol. 30, No. 3 (2011), pp 259-287, with David Pincus. Presented: “Healing: East and West,” Asian World Center, Creighton University, November 2010.

Dr. Lucas Torres Assistant Professor

Published: “Microaggressions and Psychological Functioning Among High Achieving African-Americans: A Mixed-Methods Approach,” Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 29 (December 2010), pp 1,075-1,100, with Graduate Student Mark Driscoll and A. Burrow. Presented and Chaired: “The mental health correlates of living in the U.S.: Latino-specific stressors and resources,” National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Seattle, January 2011. Presented: “Discrimination and Latino mental health: The moderating role of ethnic identity” and “The validity and reliability of a measure of Latino intercultural competence,” National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Seattle, January 2011. Presented: “Behavioral and cognitive mediational coping processes of Latino acculturative stress and depression,” National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Seattle, January 2011, with Graduate Student Mark Driscoll. Presented: “Risk and protective factors of depressive symptomatology among Latina/os by income level,” National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Seattle, with Graduate Student Kelly Moore.

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL SCIENCES Dr. Richard Jones Associate Professor

Published: Global Perspectives on Re-entry, (March 2011) University of Tampere Press, with I.O. Ekunwe. Presented: “Looking at the effects of human dignity in prison,” International Cure, Abuja, Nigeria, February 2011, with I.O. Ekunwe.

Dr. Olga Semukhina Assistant Professor

Grant: $57,635, “Enhancing Human Rights, the Rule of Law, Citizen Awareness and Participation in the Southern Region of Russia,” U.S. Department of State.

DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY Dr. Patrick Carey

William J. Kelly, S.J., Chair in Catholic Theology and Professor

Associate Professor

Published: “Miracles in Christianity,” Cambridge Companion to Miracles, (2011) pp 235-253. Published: “Christian Theology: The Spirit,” The Blackwell Companion to Paul, (2011) pp 561‑575. Published: “David Bentley Hart and Pope Benedict: Atheist Delusions, the Regenburg Lecture, and Beyond,” Nova et Vetera, Vol. 9, No. 2 (spring 2011), pp 297-318. Published: “Editorial,” International Journal of Systematic Theology, Vol. 13, No. 1 ( January 2011), pp 1-2. Published: “Catholic-Pentecosotal Dialogue: A Catholic Perspective,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, Vol. 45, No. 4 (fall 2010), pp 525-542. Presented: “Catholicity and the Mission of the Holy Spirit in the Light of the Global Expansion of Pentecostalism and the Charismatic Renewal,” World Catholicism Week, DePaul University, Chicago, April 12, 2011. Presented: “Response to Beyond Pentecostalism: The Crisis of Global Christianity and the Renewal of the Theological Agenda by Wolfgang Vondey” and “Frank Macchia‘s Justified in the Spirit: The Spirit as the Substance of Justification – A Bridge Too Far,” Society for Pentecostal Studies, Memphis, Tenn., March 10, 2011. Presented: “The Future ain’t what it used to be — Eschatology, History and the Triune God,” The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., Jan. 14, 2011.

Rev. Robert Doran, S.J.

Emmett Doerr Chair and Professor

Presented: “Two Ways of Being Conscious: The Notion of Psychic Conversion,” Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, April 27, 2011. Presented: “Methodical Theology and the Four-Point Hypothesis,” West Coast Methods Institute, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, April 29, 2011, with Graduate Students Jeremy Blackwood and Juliana Vazquez, and Neil Ormerod.

Associate Professor Emeritus

Associate Professor

Dr. Daniel Maguire Professor

Presented: “Feminism in World Religions,” Cushing Distinguished Lecture in Religious Studies, University of Detroit Mercy, April 2011.

Assistant Professor

Published: Enlightened Monks. The German Benedictines 1740-1803, (2011) Oxford University Press, 265 pp. Published: Book review of Jeffrey Burson’s The Rise and Fall of Theological Enlightenment: JeanMartin De Prades and Ideological Polarization in Eighteenth-Century France, and book review of Nigel Aston’s Art and Religion in 18th c. Europe and Die Tagebücher von Abt Dominikus Hagenauer zu St. Peter in Salzburg, 1786–1810, in Theological Studies, Vol. 72 (2011). Published: Book review of Ines Peper’s Konversionen im Umkreis des Wiener Hofes in Central Europe, Vol. 9 (2011), pp 73-75. Presented: “Christianity and Enlightenment: Friends or Foes,” University of Notre Dame, Institute of Advanced Study, December 2011. Presented: “How Modern Can a Monk Be?” University of Notre Dame, Nov. 5, 2010. Served: External reviewer, Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, March 2011. Appointed: Member of Andrew Mellon Research Group “Religion Across the Humanities,” History Section, University of Notre Dame, 2011-2012.

Dr. D. Stephen Long Professor

Grant: $4,800, “Theologisches Seminar,” The Swiss National Science Foundation. Presented: “Wesleyans and War,” Wesley Theological Society, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, March 3-5, 2011. Presented: “First Principles in Christianity and the Market,” “God and the Good: Strained but Necessary Partners” and “How to Read Charles Taylor,” University of British Columbia, Regent College and Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, British Columbia, Jan. 24-27. Presented: “Feed us First then Ask for Virtue: The Temptation in Alleviating Poverty,” Society of Christian Ethics, New Orleans, Jan. 6, 2011.

Dr. Ulrich Lehner

Rev. Bryan Massingale Associate Professor

Presented: “The State of Black Catholic Theology in the United States,” International Network of Societies of Catholic Theology, DePaul University, Chicago, June 14, 2011. Presented: “The Dark Night(s) of Malcolm X: Catholic Spirituality and African American Sanctity,” Catholic Theological Society of America, San Jose, Calif., June 10, 2011. Presented: “Ecclesial Complicity in Racial Supremacy: From Compromised Identity to Sacramental Solidarity,” Center for Social Concerns Social Justice Conference, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind., March 24, 2011. Presented: “Idolatry/Heresy and the Challenge of Cross-Racial Solidarity,” Society of Christian Ethics, New Orleans, January 2011. Awarded: First Place, Social Concerns Category, Catholic Press Association Book Awards, for Racial Justice and the Catholic Church, June 2011. Served: Panelist, “Racial Justice and the Catholic Church: The Ecclesiological Issues,” Ecclesiological Investigations Conference, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, May 19, 2011.

Dr. Mickey Mattox Associate Professor

Published: “Martin Luther,” The Blackwell Companion to Paul, (2011) pp 375-390.


Summer 2011 — Compendium

Dr. Rodrigo Morales

Dr. James Trebby

Grant: $33,000, “Crucified with Christ: Liturgy, Ecclesiology, and Ethics in Pauline Theology,” Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung/ Foundation.

Published: “Section 382: Recent Developments And The New Poison Pill,” Corporate Taxation, Vol. 38, No. 3 (May/June 2011), pp 3-8, with Graduate Student Suzanne Baierl and Phillip Wamser.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Irfan Omar

Associate Professor

Published: “Reflecting Divine Light: Al-Khidr as an Embodiment of God’s Mercy (al-Rahmah),” Gotteserlebnis Und Gotteslehre: Christliche Und Islamiche Mystik Im Orient, ( January 2011) pp 167‑180. Presented: “The Reception of alGhazali’s Thought in the West and Its Implications for Interreligious Dialogue,” International Symposium on Al-Ghazali and the Modern Age, Suleyman Demirel University, Isparta, Turkey, May 2011. Presented: “Interreligious Hermeneutics and Christian-Muslim Dialogue,” Center for Islamic Studies, Istanbul, May 16, 2011. Presented: “Journeying into the Faith of the Other: A Response to Gregory Baum and Mahmoud Ayoub,” Tenth Anniversary Catholic-Muslim Conference, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, April 2011.

Dr. Jame Schaefer Associate Professor

Presented: “Confronting the Climate Crisis: Catholic Theological Perspectives” and Convened: final session of the Catholic Theology and Global Warming Interest Group, Convention of the Catholic Theological Society of America, San Jose, Calif., June 11, 2011.

Dr. Susan Wood

Chair and Professor

Published: “Continuity and Development in Roman Catholic Ecclesiology,” Ecclesiology, Vol. 7, No. 2 (May 2011), pp 147-172. Presented: “The Communion of Saints and the Salvation of NonChristians,” Catholic Theological Society of America, San Jose, Calif., June 11, 2011. Presented: “A Case of Ecclesial Exclusion: Communicatio in Sacris” and “Ecclesiology and Exclusion,” Ecclesiological Investigations Conference, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, May 2011.

College of Business Administration DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING Dr. Jodi Gissel

Assistant Professor

Published: “Formation and Consequences of Going Concern Opinions: A Review of the Literature,” Journal of Accounting Literature, Vol. 29, (2010 — distributed 2011), pp 59‑141, with Jesse Robertson and Chad Stefaniak.

Associate Professor

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS Dr. Brian Brush Professor

Published: “Using Historical Simulation to Compare the Accuracy of Nine Alternative Methods of Estimating the Present Value of Future Lost Earnings,” pp 1-20; and “On the Relative Accuracy of Discounting Based on Risk-Free and Risky Portfolios,” pp 57-71, Journal of Forensic Economics, Vol. 22, No. 1 (2011).

Dr. Abdur Chowdhury Chair and Professor

Published: “Four Scenarios of Development and the Role of Economic Policy,” Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 47, No. 3 (March 2011), pp 519-532.

Presented: “Failures to Deliver, Short Sale Constraints, and Stock Overvaluation,” Midwest Finance Association, Chicago, March 2011, with Don Autore and Thomas Boulton. Awarded: Best paper, “Payout Policy in Brazil: Dividends versus Interest on Equity,” Special Issue on South American Corporate Finance, Journal of Corporate Finance, (forthcoming in 2012) February 2011.

Dr. Manoj Kulchania Professor

Published: “Accelerated Share Repurchases,” Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 101 ( July 2011), pp 69-89, with Leonce Bargeron and Shawn Thomas.

Dr. Anthony Pennington-Cross Associate Professor

Published: “The Termination of Subprime Hybrid and Fixed Rate Mortgages, Real Estate Economics, (fall 2010) and Awarded: 2010 Edwin S. Mills Best Paper, January 2011.

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT

Dr. John Davis

Dr. Srinivas Durvasula

Grant: $30,000, “The Methodology of Systematic Risk,” Institute for New Economic Thinking. Published: Individuals and Identity in Economics, (2011) Cambridge University Press, 260 pp.

Awarded: 2011 Best Paper Award for “Money, money, money — how do attitudes toward money impact vanity and materialism? — the case of young Chinese consumers,” Journal of Consumer Marketing, Vol. 27, No. 2 (spring 2010), with Dr. Steven Lysonski, Department of Management.

Professor

Dr. Farrokh Nourzad Professor

Presented: “Financial Globalization and U.S. Monetary Policy: An Empirical Analysis,” Midwest Economic Association, St. Louis, March 18, 2011, with Kyle Kennedy.

Dr. Grace Wang

Associate Professor

Published: “FDI and Human Capital in the United States: Is FDI in Different Industries Created Equal?” Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 18 (2011), pp 163-166.

Dr. Olga Yakusheva Assistant Professor

Published: “Environmental Influences on Young Adult Weight Gain: Evidence from a Natural Experiment,” Journal of Adolescent Health, Vol. 48, No. 1 ( January 2011), pp 52-58. Published: “Peer Effects and the Freshman 15: Evidence from a Natural Experiment,” Economics and Human Biology, December 2010, doi: 10.1016/j.ehb.2010.12.002, with Dr. Marianne Weiss, College of Nursing. Published: See entry for Dr. Kathleen Bobay, College of Nursing. Published: See entry for Dr. Marianne Weiss, College of Nursing.

Professor

Dr. Kate Kaiser

Associate Professor

Published: “Managing Customer Relationships in Offshore Outsourcing: A Case Study of an Israeli Consulting Firm B2Bcs (Creative Solutions),” Indian School of Business Case Study Journal, (2011) and Awarded: Fifth place, Association of Indian Management Schools Case Competition, July 2011.

Dr. David King

Associate Professor

Published: “Exploring the effects of firm investment on industry growth and volatility,” Decision Sciences, Vol. 42, No. 2 (2011), pp 511-529, with R. Slotegraaf.

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE Dr. Marcus Braga-Alves Assistant Professor

Published: “Corporate Governance, Valuation and Performance: Evidence from a Voluntary Market Reform in Brazil,” Financial Management, Vol. 40 (spring 2011), pp 139-157, with Kuldeep Shastri. Dr. Grace Wang

Published: “Creating value through mergers and acquisitions: Challenges and opportunities,” Handbook of Mergers and Acquisitions, (2011), with M. Hitt, H. Krishnan, M. Makri, M. Schijven, K. Shimizu and H. Zhu. Presented: “Managing Uncertainty: Lessons from Xenophon’s Retreat,” International Conference on Leadership and Management in a Changing World: Lessons from Ancient East and West Philosophy, Athens, Greece, June 2011, with D. Faulkner, S. Teerikangas and R. Joseph. Presented: “Business of Defense,” B2Gconnect Conference, Milwaukee, June 29, 2011.

Dr. Steven Lysonski Professor

Awarded: See entry for Dr. Srinivas Durvasula, Department of Management.

Dr. Bonnie O’Neill Associate Professor

Published: “Using clickers in a Negotiation Exercise: Engaging Students in Active Learning,” Proceedings of the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, (2011), with S. Kauanui.

Dr. Terence Ow

Associate Professor

Published: “Security assurance: How online service providers can influence security control perceptions and gain trust,” Decision Sciences, Vol. 42, No. 2 (2011), pp 391-412, with S. Ray and S. Kim. Published: “Which online channel is right? Online auction channel choice for personal computers in the presence of demand decay,” Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, Vol. 10, No. 2 (2011), pp 203-213, with C. Wood. Published: “An experimental study of executive decision-making with possible implications for decision support,” Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, Vol. 20, No. 4 (October 2010), pp 370‑397. Served: Guest associate editor, Electronic Commerce Research and Applications — Special Issue on Electronic Auctions, Vol.10, No. 2 (March/April 2011).

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DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING Dr. Syed Akhter

Chair and Professor

Published: “Service attributes satisfaction and actual repurchase behavior: The mediating influence of overall satisfaction and intention,” Journal of Consumer Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction and Complaining Behavior,” Vol. 23 (December 2010), pp 52-64. Published: “An empirical note on regionalization and globalization,” Multinational Business Review, Vol. 19, No. 1 (2011), pp 26-35, with Colleen Beno. Published: “Can Brazilian firms survive the Chinese challenge: Effects of globalization on markets, strategies, and performance,” European Business Review (2011), with Paulo Barcellos.

Dr. Gene Laczniak Professor

Published: “The Integrative Justice Model for Marketing to the Poor: An Extension of S-D Logic to Distributive Justice and Macromarketing,” Journal of Macromarketing, Vol. 31, No. 2 ( June 2011), pp 135-147, with Nicholas Santos. Published: “Ethical Marketing and Marketing Strategy,” Wiley International Encyclopedia of Marketing, Volume 1: Marketing Strategy, (February 2011) pp 72-83. with Patrick Murphy. Presented: “Indigenous Intellectual Property Rights: Ethical Insights” and “On Marketing, Markets and the Financial Crisis,” International Macromarketing Society, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Va., June 2011, Presented: “Managing Faculty for Mission: Hiring, Development and Retention,” Institutionalizing Mission in Catholic Business Schools, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, June 2011.

J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication Dr. Chioma Ugochukwu

Assistant Dean for Student Services

Grant: $17,500, “The Impact of Social Networking Sites on College Students’ Awareness and Involvement in Political and Social Events,” Greater Milwaukee Foundation.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES Dr. Steven Goldzwig Chair and Professor

Published: “Political Communication Ethics: Postmodern Opportunities and Challenges,” Handbook of Communication Ethics, (2011) pp 293-308, with P.A. Sullivan. Published: “Commencing the Rationale for War: George W. Bush’s Address at West Point, June 1, 2002,” Journal for the Study of Peace & Conflict, (2009-2010), (December 2010) pp 53-76.

Dr. Robert Shuter

Stephen Hudson-Mairet and Debra Krajec

Professor

Published: “Emerging interpersonal norms of text messaging in India and the United States,” Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, Vol. 39, No. 2 (November 2010), pp 121-145, with Dr. Sumana Chattopadhyay, Department of Performing and Media Arts. Published: “Robert T. Oliver: Trailblazer in Intercultural Communication,” China Media Research, (2011) pp 16-29. Presented: “The gender text messaging divide in India: new media, culture and emerging interpersonal norms,” International Communication Association, Boston, May 2011. Presented: “Centrality of culture: twenty year retrospective” and “Cultural unconscious and intercultural transactions,” National Communication Association, San Francisco, November 2010.

DEPARTMENT OF JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES Dr. Pamela Nettleton Assistant Professor

Presented: “Bridging the Dichotomy: The Emergence of the Transgendered Figure in Male-Centered Television,” National Communication Association, San Francisco, November 2010.


Dr. Lawrence Soley

Colnik Professor of Communication

Grant: $30,950, “Visual Methods for Social Science/Cross Cultural Research,” Fulbright Scholar Program. Published: “Advertising Media Selection” and “Business-to-Business Media Selection,” Wiley International Encyclopedia of Marketing, Vol. 4 (February 2011), pp 29-32 and 48-50, with Kyle Krueger.

Presented: “Issue Advertising: Sponsor and Recipient Effects,” National Conference of the American Academy of Advertising, Mesa, Ariz., April 7-10, 2011. with Bon Craig.

DEPARTMENT OF PERFORMING AND MEDIA ARTS Dr. Sumana Chattopadhyay Assistant Professor

Grant: $2,000, “On Becoming an Active Voter: Understanding Your Citizens’ Media Diet, Campaign Interest, Normative Political Attitudes and Political Participation,” Greater Milwaukee Foundation. Presented: “Issue Ownership in a Gubernatorial Primary Election,” Central States Communication Association, Milwaukee, April 2011, with David Rhea and Michelle Foley. Presented: “Understanding intermedia attribute agenda setting: A study of political ads and partisan blogs in campaign 2008,” National Communication Association, San Francisco, November 2010.

Stephen Hudson-Mairet

Chair and Assistant Professor

Directed: scenic design, Bing! The Cherry Musical, American Folklore Theatre, Door County, Wis., JuneAugust 2011. Directed: scenic design, The Lion in Winter, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Milwaukee, April-May 2011. Directed: scenic design, Eurydice, Idyllwild Arts Academy, Idyllwild, Calif., January 2011.

Maureen Kilmurry Lecturer

Directed: World premiere of Thomas Rosenthal’s Nurture’s Wonders, Windfall Theatre, Milwaukee, February, 2011.

Debra Krajec

Artistic Associate Professor

Directed: costume design, The Lion in Winter, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Milwaukee, April 2011. Awarded: John P. Raynor, S.J., Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence, Marquette University, May 2011.

Chester Loeffler-Bell

Artistic Assistant Professor

Directed: lighting design, The Lion in Winter, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Milwaukee, April 2011. Chester Loeffler-Bell

Connie Petersen

Artistic Assistant Professor

Directed: costume construction, The Lion in Winter, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Milwaukee, April 2011.

Phylis Ravel

Artistic Associate Professor

Published: Censored on Final Approach, (May 2011) Original Works Publishing.

DEPARTMENT OF STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION Dr. Kati Berg

Assistant Professor

Grant: $6,000, “Social Media as a CSR Communication Channel: Understanding Firms’ Decision Process,” The Arthur W. Page Center.

Dr. Jean Grow

Associate Professor

Published: “Unspoken Rule of the Creative Game: Insights to Shape the Next Generation from Top Advertising Creative Women,” Advertising & Society Review, Vol. 12, No. 1 (2011), E-ISSN 1534-7311, with Sheri Broyles.

College of Education Dr. William Henk Dean

Grant: $195,700, “Chartering for the City of Milwaukee to Improve School Quality,” City of Milwaukee.

DEPARTMENT OF COUNSELOR EDUCATION AND COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY Dr. Margaret Bloom Professor

Published: “Leaving the criminal lifestyle: An examination of behavior change,” review of The dynamics of desistance: Charting pathways through change, in PsycCRITIQUESContemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, Vol. 56, No. 21 (2011). Presented: “Building Faculty Participation in Assessment through a Network of Program Assessment Leaders and Peer Review,” Higher Learning Commission, Chicago, April 2011, with Dr. Gary Meyer, Office of the Provost.


Summer 2011 — Compendium

Presented: “Using Peer Review to Evaluate Program Assessment: One Strategy, Multiple Outcomes,” American Association of Colleges and Universities, Chicago, March 2011, with Dr. Christine Krueger, Department of English, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences; and Dr. Jon Dooley, Office of Student Affairs.

Dr. Lisa Edwards Associate Professor

Published: See entry for Dr. Kristin Haglund, College of Nursing.

Dr. Robert Fox Professor

Grant: $75,000, “Behavior Clinic: A Home-Based, Child Management Program for Low-Income Families,” U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Grant: $29,490, “Graduate Research Assistantship-Behavior Clinic of Penfield Children’s Center,” Exchange Club Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse.

Dr. Tim Melchert Associate Professor

Published: “Examining the content of mental health intake assessments from a biopsychosocial perspective,” Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, Vol. 21 (2011), pp 70-89, with Graduate Student Lari Meyer.

Dr. Lee Za Ong

Clinical Assistant Professor

Published: “Content analysis of acculturation research in counseling and counseling psychology: A 22‑Year Review,” Journal of Counseling Psychology, Vol. 58, No. 1 ( January 2011), doi:10.1037/a0021128, with E. Yoon and K. Langrehr.

Dr. Jody Jessup-Anger Assistant Professor

Published: “Enhancing undergraduate education: Examining faculty experiences during their first year in a residential college and exploring the implications for student affairs professionals,” Journal of College and University Student Housing, Vol. 38 (March/April 2011) pp 56-68, with M.R. Wawrzynski and C.W. Yao. Presented: “Students’ meaningmaking about their role and relationships with peers during a cohort-based, short-term study abroad,” American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April 2011, with Graduate Student Aileen Aragones. Presented: “Theory to practice — Using capstone to cohere a Master’s experience,” National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Convention, Philadelphia, March 2011, with K. Steinke-Wawrzynski. Presented: “Negotiating the middle: Mid-Career mothers in student affairs,” NASPA Convention, Philadelphia, March 2011, with M.M. Fochtman, N. Rudolph and D. Burt. Presented: “Social justice at home: The development of a learning community,” NASPA Convention, Philadelphia, March 2011, with Renee Piquette and Mary Janz, Office of Student Affairs. Awarded: ACPA Emerging Scholar Award, ACPA-College Student Educators International, March 2011.

Rev. Jeffrey LaBelle, S.J. Assistant Professor

Published: “Selecting ELL Textbooks: A Content Analysis of Language-

Dr. William Henk

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL POLICY AND LEADERSHIP Dr. Kathleen Clark Associate Professor

Presented: See entry for Dr. Doris Walker-Dalhouse, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership.

Dr. Ellen Eckman

Chair and Associate Professor

Grant: See entry for Dr. Barbara Silver-Thorn, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering.

Teaching Models,” Bilingual Research Journal: The Journal of the National Association for Bilingual Education, Vol. 34, No. 1 (2011), pp 94-110.

Dr. Martin Scanlan Assistant Professor

Grant: $40,000, “Communities of Practice in Schools Aspiring to Meet Students’ Special Needs,” Spencer Foundation. Published: “Organizing schools for improvement: Lessons from Chicago,” University Council for Educational Administration Review, Vol. 52, No. 1 (2011), pp 28-31.

Dr. Robert Bishop

Rev. Andrew Thon, S.J. Clinical Associate Professor

Presented: “History of and Orientation to Jesuit Association of Student Personnel Administrators,” JASPA Conference, Philadelphia, March 2011.

Dr. Doris Walker-Dalhouse Associate Professor

Published: “Drawing on text features for reading comprehension and composing,” The Reading Teacher, Vol. 64, No. 5 (February 2011), pp 376-378, with Victoria Risko, Erin Bridges and Ali Wilson. Published: “Best literacy practices for children of poverty: Implications for schools, teachers, and teacher preparation programs,” The ThirtySecond Yearbook of the Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers, (2010) pp 151-168, with J. Helen Perkins and Connie Briggs. Presented: “The effect of culturally reflective texts on the reading achievement, attitudes toward reading, and motivation to read of urban African American children who struggle with learning to read,” International Reading Association, Orlando, Fla., May 2011, with Dr. Kathleen Clark, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership. Presented: “The promise of an alternate perspective: Viewing struggling readers through a sociocultural research lens,” Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers, Omaha, Neb., November 2010, with Victoria Risko. Appointed: Co-chair, Response to Intervention Task Force, International Reading Association, 2011-2013. Re-appointed: Representative for 2011-2013 Board of Directors of the United States Board on Books for Young People, International Reading Association.

Dr. Leigh van den Kieboom Assistant Professor

Presented: See entries for Dr. Marta Magiera, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

INSTITUTE FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF LEARNING Dr. Howard Fuller

Director and Distinguished Professor

Grant: $235,300, “ITL General Operations,” Walton Family Foundation. Grant: $90,000, “General Operations of the Institute for the Transformation of Learning,” Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation. Grant: $50,000, “New School Approval Board,” Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation. Grant: $15,000, “Milwaukee Summer Reading Project,” Faye McBeath Foundation. Grant: $15,000, “Milwaukee Summer Reading Project,” David and Julia Uihlein Foundation, with Dr. Robert Pavlik, Institute for the Transformation of Learning. Grant: $10,000, “Milwaukee Summer Reading Project,” Richard and Ethel Herzfeld Foundation.

Dr. Robert Pavlik Assistant Director

Grant: See entry for Dr. Howard Fuller, Institute for the Transformation of Learning.

College of Engineering Dr. Robert Bishop Opus Dean

Grant: $1,666,700, “Phase 1 of the Discovery Learning Complex,” State of Wisconsin. Grant: $25,000, “ALHAT Navigation,” National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Dr. Michael Switzenbaum

Executive Associate Dean and Professor

Grant: $55,000, “Collaborative Research: I/UCRC for Water Equipment and Policy,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Daniel Zitomer, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering. Grant: $25,000, “I/UCRC for Water Equipment and Policy,” National Science Foundation.

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Dr. Robert Scheidt Associate Professor

Grant: $265,518, “Control of Arm Posture and Movement Following Stroke,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. Tina Stoeckmann, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences. Grant: $82,209, “Functional Remapping of Hand Control,” National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Brian Schmit Professor

Dr. Robert Scheidt

DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Dr. Scott Beardsley Assistant Professor

Grant: $45,000, “Impairments in Sensorimotor Control and Their Contribution to Tremor and Dysmetria in Persons with MS,” National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Karl Canseco

Research Assistant Professor

Published: See entry for Dr. Gerald Harris, Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Dr. Jay Goldberg

Clinical Associate Professor

Grant: $21,859, “Multidisciplinary Team-Based Design Education to Create Biomedical Engineering Innovators,” National Institutes of Health. Named: Juror, 2011 Medical Design Excellence Awards, UBM Canon.

Dr. Gerald Harris Professor

Grants: $66,696 and $15,000 “Shriners Research II,” Shriners Hospital for Children. Published: “Motion of the Multisegmental Foot in Hallux Valgus,” Foot and Ankle International, Vol. 31, No. 2 (February 2010), 146-152, with Dr. Karl Canseco, Department of Biomedical Engineering; L. Rankine; J. Long; T. Smedburg and R. Marks. Published: “Ankle Strength and Functional Impairment in Children with Type I Osteogenesis Imperfecta,” Pediatric Physical Therapy, Vol. 22, No. 3 (fall 2010), pp 288-295, with A. Caudill, A. Flanagan, S. Hassani, A. Graf, R. Bajorunaite and P. Smith. Presented: “Marquette University – Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center Tech4POD – Technologies for Pediatric Orthopaedic Disabilities,” Festival of International Conferences on Caregiving, Disability, Aging and Technology, Toronto, June 2011, with ARRT Post Doctoral Fellow Dr. Carolyne Albert, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Presented: “An overview and perspective: Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (RERC) on Technologies for Children with Orthopaedic Disabilities,” Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, June 24, 2011.

Presented: “Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (RERC) on Technologies for Children with Orthopaedic Disabilities,” Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, June 17, 2011. Presented: “Engineering Research Center (RERC) on Technologies for Children with Orthopaedic Disabilities,” Millar Symposium, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Chicago, May 20, 2011. Presented: “Improved Assessment of Children with Osteogenesis Imperfecta: A Quantitative Biomechanical Approach,” University of Alabama College of Medicine, Birmingham, Ala. Dec. 16, 2010.

Grants: $14,880, $10,000 and $9,675, “Diffusion Tensor Imaging of the Injured Spinal Cord,” Veterans Administration. Grant: See entry for Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences. Presented: See entry for Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences.

Dr. Barbara Silver-Thorn Associate Professor

Grant: $196,002, “Noyce Engineering/Science Teacher Education Scholars,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Ellen Eckman, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership, College of Education; and Dr. Benjamin Brown, Department of Physics, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING Dr. Nabeel Demerdash Professor

Grant: $90,000, “Novel Protection Means for PM Machines in Wind Energy Generation and HybridElectric Vehicle Applications,” University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Research Foundation, with Dr. Edwin Yaz, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Grant: $27,000, “DC distribution for Wind Farms to Achieve Higher Efficiency and Reliability and Lower Cost,” University of Wisconsin– Milwaukee Research Foundation.

Dr. Xin Feng

Associate Professor

Presented: “Detecting Temporal Patterns Using Reconstructed Phase Space and Support Vector Machines in the Dynamic Data System,” IEEE International Conference on Information and Automation, and Awarded: Best Paper Award, June 2011, with Graduate Student Wenjing Zhang and Dr. Naveen Bansal, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

Dr. Jack Winters Professor

Grant: $25,038, “REACTOR Program,” Medical College of Wisconsin.

Dr. Michelle Johnson

Research Assistant Professor

Grant: $5,500, “New Paradigms in Diagnosis and Treatment of Peripheral Nerve Injury Using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Robotics,” Medical College of Wisconsin. Grant: $1,000, “fMRI and RobotAssisted Practices of Activities of Daily Living,” National Institutes of Health. Presented: See entry for Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences.

Dr. John LaDisa

Assistant Professor

Grant: $5,000, “Computational Fluid Dynamic Modeling,” Medical College of Wisconsin. Published: “A rapid and computationally inexpensive method for assessing patient-specific hemodynamic alterations introduced by commercially available and next-generation stents,” Annals of Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 39, No. 5 (May 2011) pp 1,423-1,437, with Research Assistant Timothy Gundert, Department of Biomedical Engineering; Shawn Shadden; Andrew Williams; Bon-Kwon Koo and Jeffrey Feinstein.

Dr. Kristina Ropella Chair and Professor

Grant: $40,355, “General Anesthetics and Cerebral Cortical Sensory Integration,” National Institutes of Health.

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL, CONSTRUCTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Dr. James Crovetti Associate Professor

Grant: $15,050, “Feasibility Study for a Freeway Corridor Infrastructure Health Monitoring Instrumentation Testbed,” U.S. Department of Transportation.

Dr. Stephen Heinrich Professor

Grant: See entry for Dr. Fabien Josse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Dr. Daniel Zitomer Professor

Grant: $47,550, “High Concentration Anaerobic Bioreactor at Eglin AFB, Florida,” United States Air Force. Grant: See entry for Dr. Michael Switzenbaum, College of Engineering. Published: “Blending Anaerobic Co-Digestates: Synergism and Economics,” Water Science and Technology (summer 2011), with N. Navaneethan, P. Topczewski and S. Royer. Presented: See entry for Dr. Craig Struble, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

Dr. Barbara Silver-Thorn

Dr. Shrinivas Joshi Professor

Grant: $35,000, “Miniature High Efficiency Transducers for Use in Ultrasonic Flow Meters,” Industry/ University Cooperative Research Center for Water Equipment and Policy.

Dr. Fabien Josse Professor

Grant: $80,000, “Chemical Sensors for Monitoring Contaminants in Aqueous Environments,” Industry/ University Cooperative Research Center for Water Equipment and Policy. Grant: $75,000 and $25,000, “Guided SH-Surface Acoustic Wave Chemical Sensor for Monitoring BTEX and TPH Contaminants in Aqueous Environments,” Chevron Corporation. Grant: $36,455, “Fiber-Based Current Sensors for Smart Grid Applications,” University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Research Foundation. Grant: $6,250, “Use of Novel Excitation Schemes for Resonant Microcantilevers in Liquid-Phase Sensing Applications,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Stephen Heinrich, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering.


Summer 2011 — Compendium

Dr. Chung Hoon Lee Assistant Professor

Grant: $35,000, “Micro-Calorimeter for Real-Time Water Quality Monitoring,” Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Water Equipment and Policy. Published: “Electroluminescence from a suspended tip-synthesized nano ZnO dot,” Applied Physics Letters, (March 24, 2011), doi:10.1063/1.3570642. Published: “Integrated freestanding single-crystal silicon nanowires: conductivity and surface treatment,” Nanotechnology, Vol. 22, No. 5 (February 2011), with C.S. Ritz; M. Huang; M.W. Ziwisky; Graduate Teaching Assistant Robert Blise, Department of Mechanical Engineering; and M.G. Lagally. Published: Nano-electromechanical zero-dimensional freestanding nanogap actuator,” Proceedings of the 24th IEEE International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, ( January 2011) pp 1,357-1,360, with Research Assistant Jun Hyun Han, Department of Mechanical Engineering; Norimasa Yoshimizu; Tiffany Cheng; Michael Ziwisky; Sunil Bhave and Amit Lal. Published: “6.4 GHz acoustic sensor for in-situ monitoring of AFM tip wear,” Proceedings of the 24th IEEE International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, ( January 2011) pp 521-524, with Tiffany Cheng; Research Assistant Jun Hyun Han, Department of Mechanical Engineering; Michael Ziwisky and Sunil Bhave.

Susan Reidel

Associate Professor

Awarded: John P. Raynor, S.J., Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence, Marquette University, May 2011.

Dr. Edwin Yaz

Chair and Professor

Grant: See entry for Dr. Nabeel Demerdash, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Dr. John Borg

Associate Professor

Grants: $148,670 and $5,000, “Penetration of Granular Earth Materials: A Multi-Scale PhysicsBased Approach toward Developing a Greater Understanding of Dynamically Loaded Heterogeneous Systems,” U.S. Department of Defense. Awarded: Way Klingler Sabbatical Fellowship, Marquette University, December 2010.

Grant: $20,500, “Effect of Surface Roughness on Hot Forging Die Surfaces,” Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation.

Dr. Richard Marklin Professor

Grant: $4,139, “Ergonomics for Wind Turbine Technicians — Evaluation of Work Methods, Tools and Equipment,” Electric Power Research Institute.

College of Health Sciences Dr. William Cullinan Dean

Grant: $1,746, “Blast and Blunt Mechanisms for Mild-TBI Induce Differing Outcomes,” Veterans Administration.

Dr. John Mantsch

Chair and Associate Professor

DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Dr. David Baker

Associate Professor

Grants: See entry for Dr. John Mantsch, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Published: See entry for Dr. Linda Piacentine, College of Nursing.

Dr. SuJean Choi Assistant Professor

Grants: $265,518 and $26,552, “Appetite: Serotonin and Corticotropin Releasing Factor,” National Institutes of Health. Awarded: Way Klingler Young Scholar Award, Marquette University, May 2011.

Dr. Paul Gasser

Assistant Professor

Published: “Natural and synthetic corticosteroids inhibit uptake2mediated transport in CNS neurons,” Physiology & Behavior, Vol. 104, No. 2 (August 2011), pp 306-311, with Graduate Assistant Jonathan Hill, Department of Biomedical Sciences; Dr. Khadijah Makky, Department of Biomedical Sciences; Lalita Shrestha and Cecilia Hillard. Presented: “Corticosterone-induced potentiation of cocaine-seeking behavior: a role for organic cation transporter 3,” Winter Conference on Brain Research, Keystone, Col., January 2011.

Dr. Khadijah Makky

Clinical Assistant Professor

Published: See entry for Dr. Paul Gasser, Department of Biomedical Sciences.

Dr. Anthony Bowman

Research Assistant Professor

Grant: See entry for Dr. Joseph Domblesky, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Dr. Joseph Domblesky Associate Professor

Grant: $23,000, “Assessment of the Feasibility for Near Isothermal Ring Rolling,” Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation, with Dr. Anthony Bowman, Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering.

Dr. SuJean Choi

Dr. Fang Yao Stephen Hou

Grants: $268,200 and $20,860, “GCs, CRF and Stressor Induced Relapse,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. David Baker, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Grant: $14,040, “Summer Research with NIDA: 2R01DA015758 - GCs, CRF and Stressor-Induced Relapse,” National Institutes of Health. Published: See entry for Dr. Linda Piacentine, College of Nursing.

Dr. Robert Peoples Associate Professor

Published: “Ethanol is a fast channel inhibitor of P2X4 receptors,” Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Vol. 337 ( January 2011), pp 171-179, with O. Ostrovskaya, L. Asatryan, L. Wyatt, M. Popova, K. Li, R.L. Alkana and D.L. Davies.

Dr. Robert Wheeler Assistant Professor

Grant: $249,000, “The Neural Regulation of Negative Affect in a New Model of Cocaine Seeking,” National Institutes of Health.

DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE Dr. April Harkins Assistant Professor

Published: “Pain Perception after Isometric Exercise in Women with Fibromyalgia,” Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Vol. 92, No.1 ( January 2011), pp 89-95, with Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, Department of Physical Therapy; A. Weyer; S. Hartley; B. Drewek; and Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy.

Presented: “Yeast on the Rise,” American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science — Wisconsin State Convention, Waukesha, Wis., April 2011. Awarded: Board Service Award and Omicron Sigma Award, American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science – Wisconsin, April 2011.

Dr. Linda Laatsch

Chair and Associate Professor

Awarded: 2011 Distinguished Service to Public Health Award, Wisconsin Public Health Association, May 2011.

Dr. Fang Yao Stephen Hou Assistant Professor

Presented: “Visualizing Cellular Elements in Saliva to Study Oral Mucosal Immunity,” PsychoNeuroImmunology Research Society, Bloomingdale, Ill., June 11, 2011.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement Assistant Professor

Published: See entry for Dr. April Harkins, Department of Clinical Laboratory Science. Presented: “Experimental pain measurement in young and older adults,” American Physical Therapy Association, New Orleans, February 2011, with K.A. Lemley.

Dr. Sandra Hunter Associate Professor

Grant: See entry for Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy. Published: “Is there a sex difference in the age of elite marathon runners?” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Vol. 43, No. 4 (April 2011), pp 656-664, with A. Stevens, K. Magennis, K.W. Skelton and M. Fauth. Published: “Fatigability of the elbow flexor muscles during dynamic contractions in old and very old adults,” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Vol. 43, No. 5 (2011), p 862, with Post Doctoral Fellow Dr. Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy; A.A. Stevens; Research Assistant Bonnie Schlinder-DeLap and Research Assistant/Lab Supervisor Ryan Doyel, Department of Physical Therapy.

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Published: “Is there a sex difference in performance and participation of marathon runners with increased age?” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Vol. 43, No. 5 (2011), p 777, with A.A. Stevens. Published: “Does the age of elite men and women runners differ for the marathon? Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Vol. 43, No. 5 (2011), p 778, with K.W. Skelton and A.A. Stevens. Published: “The Two Hour Marathon: How Important is Age?” Journal of Applied Physiology, Vol. 110, No. 1 ( January 2011), pp 278-293. Published: See entry for Dr. April Harkins, Department of Clinical Laboratory Science.

Dr. Laurie Kontney

Clinical Associate Professor

Presented: See entry for Dr. Tina Stoeckmann, Department of Physical Therapy.

Dr. Donald Neumann Professor

Directed: Kinesiology Educators Workshop, Milwaukee, May 23-25, 2011.

Dr. Alexander Ng Associate Professor

Published: “Muscle Endurance, Cancer-Related Fatigue, and Radiotherapy in Prostate Cancer Survivors,” Muscle and Nerve, Vol. 43 (2011), pp 415-424, with C. Alt, E. Gore and M. Montagnini. Presented: “Use of the Borg 6-20 RPE scale is valid in persons with Multiple Sclerosis,” American College of Sports Medicine, Denver, June 4, 2011, with B. Cleland, M. Pitluck, B. Ingraham and D. Woo.

Dr. Paula Papanek Associate Professor

Dr. Allison Hyngstrom

Dr. Allison Hyngstrom Assistant Professor

Grant: $55,000, “Leg Muscle Fatigue and Motor Function Post Stroke,” American Heart Association, with Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy, and Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Presented: “Reanimation of Spinal Networks,” American Physical Therapy Association, New Orleans, Feb. 11, 2011.

Luther Kloth

Professor Emeritus

Presented: “The Body Electric: How Electric Fields Can Be Used to Influence Tissue Repair” and “Education and Evidence Supporting Evolving Technologies,” Symposium on Advanced Wound Care, Dallas, April 14, 2011. Presented: “Biophysical Wound Healing Parts I and II,” Heal on Beale in Memphis Wound Healing Symposium, Memphis, Tenn., April 9, 2011. Presented: Variety of topics related to wound evaluation and management to physical therapy and occupational therapy students at the Hospital of the Universidad Industrial de Santander and the Escuela de Fisioterapia, including functional electrical stimulation and Wound Rounds to PT students at Hospital of the Universidad Industrial de Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia, February 2011. Presented: “Wound Management for Health Care Professionals,” University of Kuwait Department of Physical Therapy, Sulaibekhat, Kuwait, December 2010.

Published: “Female Athlete Triad Slideshow,” American College of Sports Medicine website, April 2011. Published: “Association Between the Female Athlete Triad and Endothelial Dysfunciton in Dancers,” Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, Vol. 21, No. 2 (March 2011), pp 119-125, with Anne Hoch, Aniko Szabo, Michael Widlansky, Jane Schimke and David Gutterman.

Dr. Danille Parker

Assistant Clinical Professor

Presented: “Certified Exercise Experts for the Aged Adult,” Texas State University-San Marcos, May 2011; and Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., April 2011. Awarded: Geriatric specialist certification, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties of the American Physical Therapy Association, Feb. 9, 2011.

Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens Associate Professor

Grant: $117,185, “Supraspinal Contributions to Locomotor Control and Recovery after Stroke,” National Institutes of Health. Published: “Pedaling alters the excitability and modulation of vastus medialis H-reflexes after stroke,” Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology, (April 18, 2011), with D.P. Fuchs, N. Sanghvi and Research Technician Jon Wieser, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Presented: “Pedaling Related Brain Activity in Chronic Stroke Survivors: A fMRI Study,” Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Quebec City, Canada, June 2011; Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association Spring Meeting, Green Lake, Wis., April 7, 2011; and Neural Control of Movement Meeting, Puerto Rico, April 2011, with Promjunyakul Nutta-On, Matthew Verber and Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering.

Dr. Alexander Ng

Presented: “Examining Motor Activity Using Magnetoencephalography (MEG)” and “Evidence Based Practice for the Busy Clinician,” Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association, Green Lake, Wis., April 7, 2011. Presented: “Supra-Spinal Contribution to Upper Limb Bilateral Motor Activity in Healthy and Stroke Subject: an fMRI Study,” Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association Spring Meeting, Green Lake, Wis., April 7, 2011, with Shancheng Bao and Dr. Michelle Johnson, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Presented: “MRI Safe Pedaling Device for Examining Human Brain Activity During Unilateral Pedaling After Stroke,” Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association, April 7, 2011, Green Lake, Wis., with Brett Arand and Promjunyakul Nutta-On. Awarded: Robert Bartlett Innovation in Fundraising Award, Foundation for Physical Therapy, June 2011.

Dr. Andrew Starsky

Dr. Christopher Simenz

Clinical Assistant Professor

Clinical Associate Professor

Presented: “Volunteers and Interns: Getting Involved in the Community. Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program, Partnerships for Health: Learning, Developing and Transforming Community Engagement,” Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, April 2011, with R. Cox. Presented: “Understanding Community and Academic Priorities and Interest for Community Engagement in Research,” Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program, Partnerships for Health: Learning, Developing and Transforming Community Engagement, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, April 2011, with D. Nelson.

Dr. Dennis Sobush Associate Professor

Published: “Assessing Air Quality as Part of a Physical Therapy Plan of Care,” Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal, Vol. 22, No. 1 (March 2011), pp 20-24. Presented: “Breathing Easier After Bariatric Surgery,” American Physical Therapy Association, New Orleans, Feb. 11, 2011.

Clinical Assistant Professor

Published: “Chapter 20 — The Hip,” Therapeutic Exercise: Moving Toward Function, 3rd edition, ( January 2011). Presented: “Upper extremity functional testing and exercise,” Aurora Health Care Upper Extremity Summit, Oconomowoc, Wis., Feb 6, 2011.

Dr. Tina Stoeckmann

Clinical Associate Professor

Grant: See entry for Dr. Robert Scheidt, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Presented: “The Neurologic Exam,” Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association, Green Lake, Wis., April 7, 2011. Presented: “Balancing Business and Professional Ethics and Law,” Aurora Summit and Aurora Burlington, Burlington, Wis., January 2011, with Dr. Laurie Kontney, Department of Physical Therapy.

Dr. Marnie Vanden Noven Presented: See entry for Dr. Kristy Nielson, Department of Psychology, Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDIES DeAnn Ceelen

Director of Clinical Education

Presented: “Preceptor Recruitment and Training Workshop,” Wisconsin Academy of Physician Assistants 2011 Spring Conference, Lake Geneva, Wis., March 31, 2011, with Honorie Cote.

Patrick Loftis

Clinical Assistant Professor

Published: “Electrocardiography: Atrial Fibrillation,” (April 14, 2011); “Third Degree Atrioventricular Block,” (March 18, 2011); “Second Degree Atrioventricular Block,” (Feb. 18, 2011); “First Degree Atrioventricular Block,” ( Jan. 21, 2011); “Abnormalities Caused by Left Bundle Branch Block,” (Dec. 17, 2010); and “Right Bundle Branch Block,” (Nov. 11, 2010), Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, online. Presented: “ECG Interpretation: Limiting the Angst,” Wisconsin Academy of Physician Assistants, Lake Geneva, Wis., March 30, 2011.


Summer 2011 — Compendium

Mary Jo Wiemiller

Chair and Clinical Assistant Professor Grant: $18,625, “Emergency Medicine Program: Curriculum Development,” Aurora Health Care, Inc.

DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY Sue Berman

Clinical Instructor

Awarded: Award for Continuing Education, American SpeechLanguage-Hearing Association, Stevens Point, Wis., February 2011. Presented: See entries for Dr. Brenda Gorman, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology.

Dr. Jeffrey Berry Assistant Professor

Presented: “Normal Aspects of Diadochokinesis and Speaking Rate,” and Awarded: First Place, Research Symposium and Competition, Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association, Stevens Point, Wis., February 2011, with Graduate Student Mary Bolgert. Presented: “Articulator Movements During Oral Diadochokinesis,” Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association, Stevens Point, Wis., February 2011, with Undergraduate Student Emily Isaksson. Presented: “Acoustic Analysis and Synthesis in the Assessment and Treatment of Dysarthria,” Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association, Stevens Point, Wis., February 2011.

Dr. Brenda Gorman Assistant Professor

Published: “Creative and stylistic devices employed by children during a storybook narrative task: A crosscultural study,” Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, Vol. 42, No. 2 (April 2011), pp 167-181, with C.E. Fiestas, E.D. Peña and M.C. Clark.

Presented: “African American Head Start Preschoolers’ Performance on the Diagnostic Evaluation of Language Fundamentals — Norm Referenced (DELV-NR),” Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders, Madison, Wis., June 2011, with C. Plowigan; M. Manjarres; and Dr. Maura Moyle and Sue Berman, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. Presented: “Language and literacy outcomes across tiers in DualLanguage Head Start classrooms, Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, March 2011, with Sue Berman, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology.

Dr. Edward Korabic

Chair and Associate Professor

Awarded: Award for Continuing Education, American SpeechLanguage-Hearing Association, Stevens Point, Wis., February 2011.

Dr. Steven Long

Associate Professor

Presented: “La estructura de la Fonoaudiología en los Estados Unidos y un vistazo de sus métodos con niños retrasados,” Escuela de Fonoaudiología, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Córdoba, Argentina, June 10, 2011.

Dr. Maura Moyle Assistant Professor

Presented: See entry for Dr. Brenda Gorman, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology.

Jacqueline Podewils Clinic Coordinator

Presented: “Traditional and Constraint-Induced Language Therapies: Applications for Persons with Aphasia” continuing education course, Marquette University, March 12, 2011.

College of Nursing Dr. Lea Acord Professor

Published: “Charting the future of Wisconsin nursing: The work continues,” Nursing Matters, Vol. 22 (2011), with J. Hanse, S. Schuler and Dr. Marilyn Frenn, College of Nursing.

Dr. Abir Bekhet

Assistant Professor

Published: “The effects of positive cognitions on the relationship between alienation and resourcefulness in nursing students in Egypt,” Issues in Mental Health Nursing, Vol. 32 (2011), pp 35-41, with M. El Geunidi and J.A. Zauszniewski. Published: “The role of positive cognitions in Egyptian elders relocation adjustment,” Western Journal of Nursing Research, Vol. 33, No. 1 (2011), pp 121-135, with R. Fouad and J.A. Zauszniewski. Published: “Creating a therapeutic milieu in retirement communities,” Issues in Mental Health Nursing, Vol. 32, No. 5 (May 2011), pp 327-334, with J.A. Zauszniewski. Presented: “Psychometric Properties of the Index of Relocation Adjustment in Relocated American Elders,” Southeastern Wisconsin Nursing Research Conference, Milwaukee, May 2011. Presented: “Psychometric properties of the Pressure to Move Scale in Relocated American Elders” and Awarded: Second Place, Southeastern Wisconsin Nursing Research Conference, May 2011, with J.A. Zauszniewski. Presented: “Psychometric properties of the Arabic version of the Depressive Cognition Scale,” International Society of PsychiatricMental Health Nurses — The Art, Science and Diversity of Psychiatric Nursing, Tucson, Ariz., March/ April 2011, with J.A. Zauszniewski. Presented: “Resilience in family members of persons with serious mental illness,” International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses — The Art, Science, and Diversity of Psychiatric Nursing, Tucson, Ariz., March/April 2011, with J.A. Zauszniewski and M.J. Suresky. Presented: “Resourcefulness training: Group versus individualized approaches,” International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses — The Art, Science and Diversity of Psychiatric Nursing, Tucson, Ariz., March/April 2011, with J.A. Zauszniewski. Presented: “Psychometric properties of the Index of Relocation Adjustment in Relocated American Elders” and “Psychometric properties of the Pressure to Move Scale in Relocated American Elders,” Midwest Nursing Research Society, Columbus, Ohio, March 2011, with J.A. Zauszniewski.

Tracy Blair

Clinical Course Coordinator

Presented: “Creative Clinical,” Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Pediatric Conference, and Conference for Teachers of Nursing Practice, Milwaukee, November 2010.

Dr. Kathleen Bobay Associate Professor

Dr. Abir Bekhet

Published: “Outcomes and cost analysis of the impact of unit-level nurse staffing on post-discharge utilization,” Nursing Economics, Vol. 29, No. 2 (2011), pp 69-87, with Dr. Marianne Weiss, College of Nursing; and Dr. Olga Yakusheva, Department of Economics, College of Business Administration.

Published: See entries for Dr. Marianne Weiss, College of Nursing.

Dr. Margaret Bull Professor

Published: “Delirium in older adults attending adult day care and family caregiver distress,” International Journal of Older People Nursing, Vol. 6, No. 2 (2011), pp 85-92. Published: “The challenge of detecting delirium in older adults,” International Journal of Older People Nursing, Vol. 6, No. 2 (2011), pp 83‑84.

Dr. Margaret Callahan Dean

Published: “Reimbursement for expanded professional nursing practice services,” Advanced practice nursing: Emphasizing Common Roles, (2011), pp 187-225, with M. Kremer. Presented: “A university administrator’s perspective of financing health education programs,” American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Assembly of School Faculty, Orlando, Fla., February 2011.

Jennifer Drake

Clinical Nursing Instructor

Presented: “Supporting families with children with special needs: The least dangerous assumption,” Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s Pediatric Nursing Conference, Milwaukee, November 2010.

Diane Dressler

Clinical Assistant Professor

Presented: “Coagulopathy in the ICU,” American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Milwaukee, April 2011.

Dr. Richard Fehring Professor

Published: “Current Medical Research in Natural Family Planning,” The Linacre Quarterly, Vol. 78 (2011), pp 216-231. Published: “Is it possible for NFP to be used (immorally) with contraceptive intent?” The Linacre Quarterly, Vol. 79, No. 1 (2011), pp 86-90, with K. Miller. Published: “Characteristics of the Menstrual Cycle After Discontinuation of Oral Contraceptives,” Journal of Women’s Health, Vol. 20, No. 2 (2011), pp 169-177, with Claudia Nassaralla; Graduate Student and NFP Assistant to Director Mary Schneider; Joseph Stanford et al. Published: “Pilot Evaluation of an Internet-based Natural Family Planning Education and Service Program,” Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Neonatal Nursing, Vol. 40, No. 3 (May 2011), pp 281‑291, with Graduate Student and NFP Assistant to Director Mary Schneider, and Kathleen Raviele. Published: “Promoting Natural Family Planning,” The Linacre Quarterly, Vol. 78, No. 1 (February 2011), pp 82-86. Published: See entry for Dr. Kristin Haglund, College of Nursing. Presented: “The Influence of Contraception on Abortion among U.S. Women of Reproductive Age,” Life and Learning Conference, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind., June 11, 2011.

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Presented: “Natural Family Planning: Efficacy and Application,” Bioethics Symposium and Region VII of the Catholic Medical Association, University of Illinois at Chicago, May 13, 2011. Presented: “The Marquette Model of Fertility Awareness Based Methods,” Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, D.C., May 3, 2011. Presented: “Patterns of abnormal uterine bleeding among women using an online fertility charting system,” Midwest Nursing Research Society Research Conference, Columbus, Ohio, March 26, 2011. Awarded: Third place, Catholic Press Association, for the Review Section “Current Medical Research,” The Linacre Quarterly, June 24, 2011.

Dr. Marilyn Frenn Associate Professor

Published: “Advancing nursing education science: An analysis of NLN’s grant program 2008-2010,” Nursing Education Perspectives, Vol. 32, No. 1 (2011), pp 10-13, with J. Duffy and B. Patterson. Published: See entry for Dr. Lea Acord, College of Nursing. Presented: “Family issues in weight control: What about the parents?” Midwest Nursing Research Society, Columbus, Ohio, March 2011.

Dr. Kristin Haglund Associate Professor

Published: “Religiosity and sexual risk behaviors among Latina adolescents: Trends from 1995-2008,” Journal of Women’s Health, Vol. 20, No. 6 (2011), pp 871-877, with Dr. Lisa Edwards, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology; Dr. Richard Fehring, College of Nursing; and J. Pruzynski. Presented: “A qualitative study of the sexuality of adolescent males,” Delta Gamma Chapter, Milwaukee, November 2010, with D. Jones, T. Prince and T. Darby.

Dr. Lisa Hanson

Associate Professor

Published: “Balancing the scale: Directions for future research for perinatal advanced practice nurses,” Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing, Vol. 25, No. 2 (2011), pp 133-138, with Dr. Leona VandeVusse and Heidi Paquette, College of Nursing. Published: “Optimal newborn transitions and third and fourth stage labor management, Chapter 7” Labor Progress Handbook (3rd ed.), (2011), with P. Simkin. Published: “Low-technology clinical interventions to promote labor progress, Chapter 8,” Labor Progress Handbook (3rd ed.), (2011).

Dr. Norah Johnson Assistant Professor

Published: “Here we go to the dentist,” www.maxishare.com, (2011), with D. Watson and B. Herteen. Presented: “Parenting stress and family functioning among mothers of children with autism spectrum disorder grouped by marital status,” Building Bridges to Research Based Nursing Practice Conference, Milwaukee, May 2011, with P. Simpson and M. Nugent.

Presented: “On my own: Mothers of children with autism spectrum disorder and children’s challenging behaviors,” Midwest Nursing Research Society Conference, Columbus, Ohio, March 2011, with P. Simpson and M. Nugent.

Dr. Stacee Larret Clinical Instructor

Presented: “The transition from hospital to home: Parents of pediatric solid organ transplant recipients,” Building Bridges to Research Based Nursing Practice Conference, Milwaukee, May 2011. Presented: “Pediatric solid organ transplant patients: When to worry and what to do,” National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Annual Conference on Pediatric Health Care, Baltimore, March 2011. Presented: “What’s new in donation and transplantation literature?” NATCO Symposium for Advanced Transplant Professionals, Hollywood, Fla., January 2011, with T. Abdelnour and K. Ryan. Presented: “Transition from hospital to home: Parents of pediatric solid organ transplant recipients,” Sigma Theta Tau Delta Gamma Chapter, Milwaukee, December 2010.

Dr. Mary Lough

Assistant Professor

Grant: $44,441, “Professional Nurse Traineeships,” Health Resources and Services Administration.

Dr. Maureen O’Brien

Clinical Associate Professor

Grant: $50,000, “Increasing Workforce Diversity through New Careers in Nursing at Marquette University,” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Presented: See entry for Christine Schindler, College of Nursing.

Heidi Paquette Clinical Instructor

Published: See entry for Dr. Lisa Hanson, College of Nursing.

Dr. Linda Piacentine Assistant Professor

Published: “Repeated N-acetyl cysteine reduces cocaine seeking in rodents and craving in cocaine-dependent humans,” Neuropsychopharmacology, Vol. 36 (2011), pp 871-878, with S.L. Amen; M.E. Ahmad; S-J Li; Dr. John Mantsch, Department of Biomedical Sciences, College of Health Sciences; R.C. Risinger; and Dr. David Baker, Department of Biomedical Sciences, College of Health Sciences. Published: “Complex regional pain syndrome,” AANN Core Curriculum for Neuroscience Nursing (5th ed.), (fall 2010), pp 786-789. Presented: “Direct cortical stimulation for major depressive disorder: An investigational device study,” American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, Kansas City, Mo., March 2011, with S. Claesges. Presented: “Spirituality, religiosity, depression, and anxiety in addiction,” Mayo Spiritual Care Research Conference, Rochester, Minn., November 2010.

Dr. Norah Johnson

Dr. Karen Robinson

Bonnie Stojadinovic

Presented: “African American women and breastfeeding: Closing the gap,” Milwaukee County Breastfeeding Coalition, Wauwatosa, Wis., May 2011. Presented: “African American women and breastfeeding: Closing the gap” and “The late pre-term infant: Issues with breastfeeding,” Statewide Perinatal Conference, Stevens Point, Wis., April 2011. Presented: “Prenatal breastfeeding self-efficacy, intention, and breastfeeding initiation in African American women,” Midwest Nursing Research Society, Columbus, Ohio, March 2011.

Presented: See entry for Christine Schindler, College of Nursing.

Assistant Professor

Christine Schindler Clinical Instructor

Presented: “Filling the void: Innovative solutions for the critical healthcare shortage,” National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, Baltimore, March 2011, with Dr. Maureen O’Brien and Bonnie Stojadinovic, College of Nursing.

Dr. Kathryn Schroeter

Clinical Assistant Professor

Published: “Preoperative, Intraoperative, postoperative nursing management,” Contemporary medical surgical nursing (2nd ed.), chapters 20, 21 and 22, (2011), pp 487-577.

Dr. Marge Sebern Assistant Professor

Published: “Technologyenhanced practice for patients with chronic cardiac disease home implementation and evaluation,” Heart & Lung: The Journal of Acute and Critical Care, Vol. 39, No. 6 (November/December 2010), pp 34 46, with P. Brennan, G. Casper, L. Burke, K. Johnson, R. Brown, R. Valdez, O. Perez and B. Sturgeon.

Mary Stauber

Clinical Instructor

Presented: “Advanced nursing interventions effect on length of stay in ED,” Southeastern Wisconsin Nursing Research Conference — Dispelling myths with Research Evidence, Milwaukee, May 2011.

Clinical Instructor

Dr. Leona VandeVusse Associate Professor

Published: See entry for Dr. Lisa Hanson, College of Nursing.

Dr. Marianne Weiss Associate Professor

Published: “An integrated review of the literature on challenges confronting the acute care staff nurse in discharge planning,” Journal of Clinical Nursing, Vol. 20, No. 5-6 (2011), pp 754-774, with Dr. Kathleen Bobay, College of Nursing, and J.M. Nosbusch. Published: “Testing the integrated theory of health behavior change for postpartum weight self-management,” Journal of Advanced Nursing, (2011) doi:10.1111/j.1365-2648.2011.05648.x, with P. Ryan, N. Traxel and M. Brondino. Published: “Nurse staffing, readiness for hospital discharge and postdischarge utilization,” Health Services Research, (2011) doi: 10.1111/j.14756773.2011.01267.x, with Dr. Kathleen Bobay, College of Nursing, and Dr. Olga Yakusheva, Department of Economics, College of Business Administration. Published: See entry for Dr. Kathleen Bobay, College of Nursing. Published: see entry for Dr. Olga Yakusheva, Department of Economics, College of Business Administration.

Aimee Woda

Clinical Instructor

Grant: $4,966, “Motivation in African Americans with Heart Failure: A Photovoice Intervention,” Sigma Theta Tau.


Summer 2011 — Compendium

Law School Daniel Blinka Professor

Published: See entry for Dr. Thomas Radmer, Department of Surgical Sciences, School of Dentistry.

Bruce Boyden

Assistant Professor

Published: “Games and Other Uncopyrightable Systems,” George Mason Law Review, Vol. 18, No. 2 (winter 2011), pp 439-480. Presented: “Can a Computer Intercept Your E-mail?” Privacy Law Scholars Conference, Berkeley Calif., June 2011. Presented: “Copyright’s Middle Ground: The Interaction of Players and Video Games,” The Game Behind the Video Game Conference, New Brunswick, N.J., April 2011. Presented: “Privacy vs. Anti-Piracy: How to Balance Rights in an Era of Online Copyright Infringement,” International Association of Privacy Professionals Global Privacy Summit, Washington, D.C., March 2011. Presented: “Distinguishing Red Flags from Fuchsia Flags: The Tort Law Roots of Section 512,” Works in Progress in Intellectual Property Conference, Boston, February 2011.

Natalie Fleury

Program Coordinator for Dispute Resolution

Grant: $230,000, “Marquette Foreclosure Mediation Program,” Wisconsin Department of Justice, with Daniel Idzikowski, Law School. Grant: $75,000, “Peer Solutions and Peacemaking,” Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, with Daniel Idzikowski, Law School.

Daniel Idzikowski Assistant Dean

Grants: See entries for Natalie Fleury, Law School.

Dr. David Papke Professor

Presented: “Race and Adoption Law in the Contemporary United States,” International Family Law Society, Nassau, Bahamas, March 2011.

Bonnie Thomson Associate Dean

Grant: $35,970, “Law School Clinical Contract with the Waukesha County District Attorney,” Waukesha County. Grant: $32,700, “Law Student Intern Program,” Waukesha County.

School of Dentistry Dr. Arthur Hefti Associate Dean

Published: See entry for Dr. Jose Bosio, Department of Developmental Sciences.

Thomas Wirtz

Director of Dental Informatics

Published: See entry for Dr. Thomas Radmer, Department of Surgical Sciences.

DEPARTMENT OF DENTAL CLINICAL SERVICES Dr. Christopher Okunseri Associate Professor

Grant: $125,771, “Neighborhood Characteristics and Adolescence Dental Visits: A Multilevel Approach,” National Institutes of Health.

DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCES Dr. Jose Bosio

Assistant Professor

Published: “Moving an incisor across the midline — A treatment alternative in an adolescent patient,” American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Vol. 139 (April 2011) pp 533-543, with Drs. Thomas Bradley, Department of Developmental Sciences, and Arthur Hefti, Department of Surgical Sciences. Award: Orthodontic Faculty Development Fellowship Award, the American Association of Orthodontists Foundation, April 2011. Served: Examiner, American Board of Orthodontists, Dallas and St. Louis, February and June 2011 exams, respectively.

Bruce Boyden

Dr. Thomas Bradley Chair and Professor

Published: See entry for Dr. Jose Bosio, Department of Developmental Sciences.

Dr. Brian Hodgson Assistant Professor

Dr. Jeff Snell

Special Adviser to the President

Grant: $25,000, “Social Entrepreneurship,” Helen Bader Foundation, Inc.

Published: “Effect of Photobiomodulation on Vinblastine Poisoned Murine HERS Cells, Photomedicine and Laser Surgery, Vol. 29, No. 4 (2011), pp 233-237, with B. Pyszka, M.M. Henry, E. Buchman and H.T. Whelan.

Dr. David Liu

Assistant Professor

Grant: $112,875, “Application of Mechanical Vibration to Enhance Orthodontic Tooth Movement,” National Institutes of Health.

Dr. David Buckholdt

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL DENTAL SCIENCES

Office of the Provost

Dr. L. Thomas Johnson

Dr. David Buckholdt

Adjunct Professor (Clinical)

Published: See entry for Dr. Thomas Radmer, Department of Surgical Sciences.

Dr. Toni Roucka

Assistant Professor

Published: “Access to dental care in two long-term refugee camps in western Tanzania; programme development and assessment,” International Dental Journal, Vol. 61 (2011), pp 109-115. Published: “Writing off the Copayment,” Journal of the American College of Dentists (Summer 2011).

DEPARTMENT OF SURGICAL SCIENCES Dr. Thomas Radmer Assistant Professor

Published: “A Methodology for Three-Dimensional Quantification of Anterior Tooth Width,” Journal of Forensic Identification, Vol. 6, No. 3 (May/June 2011), pp 296-3011, with Dr. L. Thomas Johnson, Department of General Dental Sciences; Alexis Visotcky; Kwang Ahn; Daniel Blinka, Law School; and Thomas Wirtz, School of Dentistry.

Natalie Fleury

Office of the President

Research Professor and Director of Trinity Fellows

Grant: $520,000, “Burke Scholars Program,” The Burke Foundation. Grant: $154,000, “Trinity Fellows Program,” The Burke Foundation.

Dr. Gary Meyer

Vice Provost for Undergraduate Programs and Teaching

Presented: See entry for Dr. Margaret Bloom, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology, College of Education.

Dr. John Pauly Provost

Published: “Facing Up to the Media: Walter Ong and the Embrace of Technology,” Language, Culture and Identity: The Legacy of Walter J. Ong, S.J., (2011) pp 173‑184. Presented: “Literary Journalism and the Drama of Civic Life,” International Association for Literary Journalism Studies, Brussels, May 2011.

CAREER SERVICES CENTER Courtney Hanson Assistant Director

Awarded: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Master Practitioner, CPP, Inc., spring 2011.

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EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM Dr. Joseph Green Director

Presented: “Overcoming challenges to diversity in the Academy: Key factors that promote successful inclusive academic experiences,” European Access Network, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, June 2011.

T Ullrich

Associate Director

Grant: $575,260, “Upward Bound,” U.S. Department of Education.

HAGGERTY MUSEUM OF ART Lee Coppernoll

Dr. Annemarie Sawkins

Associate Curator and Adjunct Professor

Published: Book reviews of Claire Farago’s Re-Reading Leonardo: The Treatise on Painting across Europe, 1550-1900, pp 159-60; and Nicholas Turner’s Drawn to Italian Drawings: The Goldman Collection, pp 133-134, Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. XLII, No. 3 (2011). Published: Book review of Adriaen Thomasz Key (c. 1545-c. 1589): Portrait of a Calvinist Painter by Koenraad Jonckheere in Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. XLI, No. 4 (winter 2010), pp 1,155-1,157.

THE LES ASPIN CENTER FOR GOVERNMENT

Associate Director

Rev. Timothy O’Brien

Wally Mason

Grant: $500,000, “Democracy and Governance Capacity Building Training for Kenya, Ghana and Other African Countries,” U.S. Agency for International Development.

Grant: $11,231, “The Haggerty at 26 and 27,” Wisconsin Arts Board.

Director

Served: Reviewer, “Review Santa Fe,” Santa Fe, N.M., June 2011. Served: Reviewer, “Photolucida,” Portland, Ore., April 2011. Served: Panelist, “Palm Springs Photography Festival,” Palm Springs, Calif., March 2011. Served: Juror, “Artslant Photography and Video projects,” New York, February 2011. Served: Reviewer, “Review L.A.,” Los Angeles, January 2011. Elected: Board of Directors, CENTER, Santa Fe, N.M., June 2011.

Wally Mason

Director

RAYNOR MEMORIAL LIBRARIES Rosemary Del Toro Librarian

Presented: See entry for Scott Mandernack, Raynor Memorial Libraries.

Ann Hanlon

Digital Projects Librarian

Published: “Asking for Permission: A Survey of Copyright Workflows for Institutional Repositories,” portal: Libraries and the Academy, Vol. 11, No. 2 (April 2011), with Marisa Ramirez.

Eric Kowalik

Janice Welburn

Published: “Engaging Alumni and Prospective Students Through Social Media,” Higher Education Administration with Social Media: Including Applications in Student Affairs, Enrollment Management, Alumni Relations, and Career Centers Cutting-edge Technologies in Higher Education, Vol. 2 ( January 2011), pp 211-227.

Awarded: 2011 Association of College and Research Libraries’ Academic/Research Librarian of the Year, Philadelphia, March 30, 2011.

Instructional Designer

Scott Mandernack

Associate Dean for Scholarly Resources and Collections

Published: “Program Management: Challenges and Lessons Learned: Purdue University,” The New Graduate Experience: Post-MLS Residency Programs and Early Career Librarianship, (2011) pp 61-80, with Rebecca Richardson. Presented: “We’re Not an ARL Library … Why Should We Bother with Scholarly Communication Initiatives?” Association of College and Research Libraries, Philadelphia, April 2011, with Georgie Donovan and Teresa Fishel. Presented: “Do You See What I See? Comparing Student and Librarian Perceptions of Learning Outcomes,” Association of College and Research Libraries, Philadelphia, April 2011, with Assistant Librarian Faith Steele, Raynor Memorial Libraries. Presented: “Evolution of Scholarly Communication: How Small and Medium-Sized Libraries are Adapting,” Association of College and Research Libraries, Philadelphia, April 2011, with Rosemary Del Toro and Jean Zanoni, Raynor Memorial Libraries.

Edward Sanchez

Coordinator of Library Information Technology

Janice Welburn

Marquette Compendium is published each semester by the Office of Marketing and Communication. Zilber Hall, 235; Phone: 8-7448; Fax: 8-5936 Editor: Tim Olsen Graphic design: Nick Schroeder Photography: Tim Evans, Dan Johnson, Ben Smidt, Kathrine Burger, Dan Dry, John Nienhuis Copyright © 2011 Marquette University

Published: “Report on the Heads of Library Technology Interest Group Panel Presentation: Emerging Technologies: Virtualization in Libraries,” Technical Services Quarterly, Vol. 28, No. 2 (2011), pp 193-200.

Dean

Jean Zanoni

Associate Dean

Grant: $2,500, “Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women — Library Outreach Programs,” National Endowment for the Humanities, with Dr. Sarah Wadsworth, Department of English, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Presented: See entry for Scott Mandernack, Raynor Memorial Libraries.

Administrative Division OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS Dr. Jon Dooley

Senior Associate Dean of Student Development

Presented: See entry for Dr. Margaret Bloom, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology, College of Education.

Mary Janz

Associate Dean for Residence Life

Presented: See entry for Dr. Jody Jessup-Anger, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership, College of Education.

Renee Piquette

Residence Hall Director

Presented: See entry for Dr. Jody Jessup-Anger, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership, College of Education.


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