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Marquette Compendium News of Faculty and Staff Activities  SUMMER 2012

The summer 2012 issue of Compendium is a compilation of Marquette University faculty research, scholarship and accomplishments from November 2011 through May 2012, and grants reported by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs from December 2011 through May 2012. 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, full-time and clinical faculty can opt in to sharing scholarly activities entered into the Faculty Activities Database with Compendium and e-Publications by checking the appropriate box on the FAD “Report Permissions” tab. Part-time and adjunct faculty who do not use the FAD should submit via 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 and Professor of Chemistry Published: “Recent Applications of the Simple Hydrocarbon Cyclooctatetraene as a Starting Material for Complex Molecule Synthesis,” Mini-Reviews in Organic Chemistry, Vol. 9, No. 1 (February 2012), pp 31-43, with Kevin Glaske.

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Dr. Edward Blumenthal Associate Professor

Grant: $153,080, “REU Site: Undergraduate Summer Research in Molecular and Cellular Biology,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Gail Waring, Department of Biological Sciences. Published: “Introduction to the Special Issue on Insect Epithelial Transport,” Journal of Insect Physiology, Vol. 58, No. 4 (April 2012), p 427. Presented: “Characterization of the Drosophila Drop-Dead Gene,” University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, Jan. 30, 2012. Presented: “The Enlarged Crop Phenotype Observed in Drop-Dead Mutants Does Not Correlate with Starvation,” Drosophila Research Conference, Chicago, March 7-11, 2012, with graduate student Christine Sansone. Presented: “Tyramine: A Paracrine Diuretic Agent in the Drosophila Malpighian Tubule,” University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, May 24, 2012.

Dr. Thomas Eddinger Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. John LaDisa, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering.

Dr. Kathleen Karrer Professor

Published: “Nuclear Dualism,” Methods in Cell Biology: Tetrahymena Thermophila, (2012), Kathleen Collins and Eduardo Orias (editors), pp 29-52, Elsevier, Inc.

Dr. Gail Schumann Adjunct Professor

Published: Hungry Planet: Stories of Plant Diseases, (2012), American Phytopathological Society Press, with Cleora J. D’Arcy.

Dr. Martin St. Maurice Assistant Professor

Grant: $93,638, “The Structure and Function of Pyruvate Carboxylase,” National Institutes of Health. Published: “Structure of Mandelate Racemase with Bound Intermediate Analogues Benzohydroxamate and Cupferron,” Biochemistry, Vol. 51, No. 6 ( January 2012), pp 1160-70, with Adam D. Lietzan, Mitesh Nagar, Elize A. Pellmann, Jennifer R. Bourque and Stephen L. Bearne. Presented: “Snapshots of Catalysis in Rhizobium Etli Pyruvate Carboxylase,” Lorne Conference on Protein Structure and Function, Lorne, Australia, February 2012, with graduate student Adam Lietzan, A.L. Menefee, Tonya Zeczycki, John C. Wallace, Paul V. Attwood and W. Wallace Cleland.

Dr. Rosemary Stuart Professor

Published: “Rcf1 and Rcf2, Members of the Hypoxia-Induced Gene 1 Protein Family, are Critical Components of the Mitochondrial Cytochrome bc1-Cytochrome Oxidase Supercomplex,” Molecular and Cellular Biology, Vol. 32, No. 8 (April 2012), pp 1363-73, with teaching assistants Vera Strogolova and Joshua Garlic, and graduate students Andrew Furness and Michaela Robb-McGrath. Presented: “The Conserved Hypoxia Induced Gene 1 Protein Family Members are Novel Components of the Mitochondrial Cytochrome C Oxidase Complex,” University of California–Los Angeles, Los Angeles, March 9, 2012.

Dr. Rajendra Rathore

Dr. Gail Waring

Dr. Chieu Tran

Grant: see entry for Dr. Edward Blumenthal, Department of Biological Sciences.

Grant: $339,077, “Polysaccharide Ecocomposite Materials: Recyclable Synthesis and Applications,” National Institutes of Health.

Professor

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY Dr. Adam Fiedler Assistant Professor

Grant: $220,000, “Biomimetic Chemistry Relevant to Nonheme Iron Dioxygenases Involved in Bioremediation Process,” National Science Foundation. Awarded: Way Klingler Young Scholar Award, March 2012.

Dr. James Kincaid

Pfletschinger Habermann Chair and Professor

Grant: $250,379, “Raman Studies of Mammalian Cytochromes P450,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: $199,948, “Structural Characterization of Highly Reactive Heme Enzyme Intermediates,” National Science Foundation.

Dr. Rajendra Rathore Professor

Grant: $64,879, “Targeting DUSP5 to Treat Vascular Anomalies,” National Institutes of Health. Awarded: Way Klingler Fellowship in Science, March 2012.

Pfletchinger-Habermann Professor

Dr. Charles Wilkie

Pfletschinger Habermann Chair and Professor Emeritus

Grant: $97,000, “New NanoDimensional Materials for Fire Retardancy,” National Institute of Standards and Technology, with Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp, Graduate School, Office of the Provost.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH Dr. Amy Blair

Associate Professor

Published: Reading Up: Middle-Class Readers and the Culture of Success in the Early Twentieth-Century United States, (2011), Temple University Press. Presented: “The Author At Home,” C19 Society of Nineteenth Century Americanists Biannual Conference, University of California–Berkeley, Berkeley, Calif., April 14, 2012. Appointed: Co-editor of Reception: Texts, Readers, Audiences, History, (Reception Study Society), 2011.


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Summer 2012 — Compendium

Compendium — Summer 2012

Dr. Edwin Block

Dr. Jodi Melamed

Published: “Catholic Themes in Drama,” Teaching the Tradition: Catholic Themes in Academic Disciplines, (2012), Rev. John J. Piderit, S.J., and Melanie M. Morey (editors), pp 131-50, Oxford University Press. Presented: “Jon Hassler’s Staggerford: A Response to Unbelief,” Western Conference on Christianity and Literature, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, May 2012.

Awarded: Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award for study in Germany, Spring 2012.

Professor

Dr. Tyler Farrell Adjunct Professor

Published: The Land of Give and Take, (2012), Salmon Poetry.

Dr. Diane Long Hoeveler Professor

Edited and Published: “Gothic Ballads,” I: pp 504-12, “Female Gothic Novel,” I: pp 523-29, “Gothic Drama,” I: pp 516-23, “Rescue Opera,” II: pp 1105-10; Published: “Percy Shelley’s Prose,” III: pp 1240-46, with Paige Tovey; The Encyclopedia of British Romantic Literature, 3 volumes, (2012), Blackwell Publishing. Published: “Victorian Gothic Drama,” Edinburgh Companion to the Victorian Gothic, (2012), Andrew Smith and William Hughes (editors), pp 57-71, Edinburgh University Press. Presented: “The Gothic Ideology: Religious Hysteria in an Age of Enlightenment,” Prismes Research Center-Institut du Monde Anglophone, Paris, March 2012.

Dr. Christine Krueger Professor

Presented: “Scholar Gypsies and Resident Aliens: A Victorianist’s Research Across the Disciplines,” University of Texas–Austin, Austin, Texas, April 13, 2012. Reviewed: Nonconformist Women Writers, Timothy Whelan and Julia B. Griffin (editors), Review 19, (Winter 2011), www.nbol-19.org/view_doc. php?index=205.

Associate Professor

Dr. Rebecca Nowacek

Associate Professor and Director of the Norman H. Ott Memorial Writing Center

Published: see entry for Dr. Susan Mountin, Center for Teaching and Learning. Awarded: Robert and Mary Gettel Award for Teaching Excellence, May 2012.

Dr. Marques Redd Assistant Professor

Presented: “Erasmus Darwin and Ancient Egypt: A New Approach to Science and Romanticism,” Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Seattle, Jan. 8, 2012. Presented: “Cleopatra and Egypt: A Literary Perspective,” Milwaukee Public Museum, March 24, 2012. Presented: “Ancient Egypt Through the Eyes of Brooklyn: An Immortal World Discovered Anew,” Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York, April 14, 2012. Presented: “It Gets Worse: A Real Report from the Academic Front Lines,” Mellon Mays Fellowship Annual Banquet, University of California–Berkeley, Berkeley, Calif., April 28, 2012. Organized and Participated: “Those Mysteries, Our Mysteries: Ishmael Reed and the Construction of a Black Esoteric Tradition” panel, Erskine Peters Conference: Africana Studies’ Impact on the Academy, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind., March 29, 2012.

Dr. Albert J. Rivero Professor

Edited: Pamela in Her Exalted Condition, (2012), Cambridge University Press.

Presented: “Right Here I See My Own Books: The Woman’s Building Library at the World Columbian Exposition,” Center for the Book, Library of Congress, Washington, DC., March 2, 2012, with Wayne A. Wiegand. Presented: “The 1893 Woman’s Building Library Database: Out of the Ashes, Onto the Internet,” University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Milwaukee, March 9, 2012, with Melodie Fox. Presented: “Lifted Moments: Emily Dickinson’s Re-Vision of a Unitarian Hymn;” Chaired: “Gender and Spirituality” panel and “Religion and Society” panel; NineteenthCentury Studies Association National Conference, Asheville, N.C., March 2012. Presented: “Right Here I See My Own Books: The Woman’s Building Library of the World’s Columbian Exposition,” Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., March 29, 2012, with Wayne A. Wiegand. Presented: “Right Here I See My Own Books: The Woman’s Building Library of the World’s Columbian Exposition,” University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wis., April 23, 2012, with Wayne A. Wiegand.

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

Published: “La España Negra en Color: El Desarrollismo Turístico, la Auto-Etnografía y ‘España Insólita, Javier Aguirre, 1965,’” Archivos de la Filmoteca: Revista de Estudios Históricos Sobre la Imagen, No. 69 (2012), pp 38-57.

Dr. Germán D. Carrillo Professor

Published: “Sueños Más Allá de la Frontera,” Confluencia: Revista Hispánica de Cultura y Literatura, Vol. 27, No. 1 (Fall 2011), pp 182-84, with Efraín Garza. Published: “Los Discursos de la Modernidad: Nación, Imperio y Estética en el fin del Siglo Español (1895-1924,)” and Reviewed: Carlos Barriuso’s “Los Discursos de la Modernidad: Nación, Imperio y Estética en el Fin del Siglo Español, 1895-1924,” Hispania, Vol. 94, No. 4 (December 2011), pp 274-75. Presented: “El Ruido de Las Cosas Al Caer de Juan Gabriel Vásquez, Premio Alfaguara de Novela,” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky., April 19, 2012.

Dr. Armando González-Pérez Professor

Dr. Marques Redd

Dr. Ann Mattis

Dr. Sarah Wadsworth

Presented: “Reading Nannies’ Diaries: Gentrified Care Work and Transnational Dreams in Contemporary American Women’s Fiction,” Modern Language Association, Seattle, January 2012.

Published: Right Here I See My Own Books: The Woman’s Building Library at the World’s Columbian Exposition, (2012), University of Massachusetts Press, with Wayne A. Wiegand and William Summers.

Visiting Assistant Professor

Associate Professor

Published: El Teatro Afrocubano en el Exilio: Ensayos Criticos, (2012), Ediciones La Gota de Agua. Presented: “Africana, Teatralidad y Exilio en la Pieza Dramatica Tirando Las Cartas de Matias Montes Huidobro,” and Chaired: “Virgilio Pinera” panel, International Conference Celebrando a Virgilio Pinera, University of Miami, Miami, January 2012.

Dr. Anne Pasero

Chair and Professor; Administrative Director of the Study Center in Madrid

Reviewed: Julia Otxoa’s “Un Lugar en el Parque,” Letras Femeninas, Vol. 37 No. 2 (Winter 2011), pp 275-77. Published: “Clara Janés,” World Literature in Spanish: An Encyclopedia, Vol. II, (2011), Maureen Ihrie and Salvador Oropesa (editors), p 526, ABC-CLIO.

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY Dr. Andrew Kahrl Assistant Professor

Grant: $64,000, “Lien on Me: Race, Power and the Property Tax in Twentieth-Century America,” American Council of Learned Societies.

Dr. Laura Matthew Assistant Professor

Grant: $29,440, “Circulations: Death and Opportunity in Southern Pacific Mesoamerica, 1480-1630,” American Council of Learned Societies.

Dr. Phillip Naylor Professor

Appointed: Associate editor, Journal of North African Studies, 2012. Participated: “Evian Accords” panel, FRANCE24, March 2012. Participated: “Algerian Parliamentary Elections” panel, FRANCE24, May 2012. Reviewed: Nigel C. Gibson’s Fanonian Practices in South Africa: From Steve Biko to Abahlali baseMjondolo, (April 2012), Palgrave Macmillan.

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, STATISTICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE Dr. Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed Associate Professor

Grant: $42,566, “Breast Cancer Palliative Study Phase 2,” International Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Grant: $20,025, “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. Published: “Design and Implementation of an Open Framework for Ubiquitous Carbon Footprint Calculator Applications,” Journal of Sustainable Computing: Informatics and Systems, Vol. 1, No. 4 (December 2011), pp 257-74, with research assistant Farzana Rahman, teaching assistant Casey O’Brien, He Zhang and Lin Liu. Presented: “IRENE: Context Aware Mood Sharing for Social Network,” International Workshop on Knowledge and Service Technology for Life, Environment, and Sustainability (KASTLES), Irvine, Calif., Dec. 12-13, 2011, with research assistant Md. Haque, teaching assistant Mohmammad Adibuzzaman, David Polyak, teaching assistant Niharika Jain and Lin Liu. Presented: “Mobile Based Health Care Solutions for Breast Cancer Patients,” International Conference on Mobile Communication for Development, New Delhi, India, February 2012, with D. Roe, graduate students M. Kawsar and F. Haque, R. Love, R. Selim and R. Dowla.

Presented: “mHealthcare,” Tsinghua University, Beijing, April 2012. Presented: “Towards Palliative Care Using the Mobile Phone in Rural Bangladesh,” Great Lakes Biomedical Conference, Milwaukee, April 2012. Presented: see entry for Dr. Norah Johnson, College of Nursing.

Dr. Paul Bankston Professor Emeritus

Published: “Categoricity and Topological Graphs,” Houston Journal of Mathematics, 11th Edition, Vol. 38, No. 1 (2012), pp 295‑310.

Dr. Glenn Brookshear

Associate Professor Emeritus

Published: Computer Science: An Overview, 11th Edition, (2011), Addison-Wesley, with D. Smith and Dr. Dennis Brylow, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.

Dr. Dennis Brylow Associate Professor

Published: “An Experimental Nexos Laboratory Using Virtual Xinu,” Proceedings of the 2011 Annual Conference on Frontiers in Education, (2011), pp S2E 1-6, with Paul Ruth. Published: “Interactive Real-Time Embedded Systems Education Infused with Applied Internet Telephony,” Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Software and Applications Conference, (2011), pp 199-204, with Kyle Persohn. Published: “Hands-On Networking Labs with Embedded Routers,” Proceedings of the ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, (2011), pp 399-404, with Kyle Thurow. Published: see entry for Dr. Glenn Brookshear, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.

Dr. Anne Clough Professor

Published: “Role of Glutathione in Lung Retention of 99mTcHexamethylpropyleneamine Oxime in Two Unique Rat Models of Hyperoxic Lung Injury,” Journal of Applied Physiology (May 2012), doi: 10.​1152/​ japplphysiol.​00441.​2012, with S.H. Audi, D.L. Roerig and S.T. Haworth. Presented: “SPECT Imaging of Cell Death in Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury,” International Conference of the American Thoracic Society, San Francisco, May 2012.

Dr. Rong Ge

Dr. Rong Ge

Pamela Harris

Published: “Generalizing Amdahl’s Law for Power and Energy,” IEEE Computer, Vol. 45, No. 3 (March 2012), pp 75-77, with Kirk W. Cameron. Published: “SERA-IO: Integrating Energy Consciousness into Parallel I/O Middleware, Proceedings of the IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, (May 2012), pp 204-11, with Xian-He Sun and Xizhou Feng, Information Technology Services. Published: “Energy Consumption Analysis of Parallel Sorting Algorithms Running on Multicore Systems,” Proceedings of the Third International Green Computing Conference, ( June 2012), with Ivan Zecena, Ziliang Zong, Tongdan Jin, Zizhong Chen and Meikang Qiu. Presented: “SERA-IO: Integrating Energy consciousness into Parallel I/O Middleware,” IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing, Ottawa, Canada, May 2012. Presented: “Energy Analysis and Modeling for Large Scale Computing System,” Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California, May 2012. Presented: “Energy Consumption Analysis of Parallel Sorting Algorithms Running on Multicore Systems,” International Green Computing Conference, San Jose, Calif., June 2012.

Presented: “On the Adjoint Representation of $mathfrak{sl}_n$ and the Fibonacci Numbers,” Joint Mathematics Meeting, AMS Special Session: Trends in Representation Theory, Boston, January 2012. Presented: “Konstant’s Weight Multiplicity Formula and Lie Algebras of Rank 2,” Infinite Possibilities Conference, Baltimore, March 2012. Presented: “On the Adjoint Representation of sl_n and the Fibonacci Numbers,” Underrepresented Students in Topology and Algebra Symposium, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, April 2012.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Kim Factor

Associate Professor

Published: “Selection of Early Warning Test Sites for Foot and Mouth Disease in Dairy Cattle, a Bio-Surveillance Model,” Department of Homeland Security’s Command, Control, and Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analysis, Module for Students in Classes 9-14, (2011), pp 1-45. Presented: “Computing Across the Disciplines: Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)” and “Workshop on Equality in Underlying and Domination Graphs,” University of the Pacific, Stockton, Calif., February 2012.

Dr. Marta Magiera

Lecturer and Mitchem Fellow

Dr. Peter Jones Professor

Presented: “Varieties of [left] Restriction Semigroups,” Workshop on Semigroups, Lisbon, Portugal, May 2012.

Dr. Marta Magiera Assistant Professor

Published: “Cultivating Algebraic Representations,” Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, Vol. 17, No. 6 (February 2012), pp 352-57, with Leigh van den Kieboom.

Presented: “Prospective K-8 Teachers’ Inductive Reasoning,” and Presented: “Examining How Pre‑Service Teachers Identify, Analyze and Interpret Elementary Students’ Relational Thinking,” with Leigh A. van den Kieboom and Dr. John Moyer, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science; Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Fort Worth, Texas, February 2012. Presented: “K-8 Pre-Service Teachers’ Inductive Reasoning in Problem-Solving Contexts,” American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, April 14, 2012. Presented: “Characterizing Prospective K-8 Teachers’ Inductive Reasoning in the Problem-Solving Contexts,” National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting and Research Pre-Session, Philadelphia, April 24, 2012. Presented: “Preparing 6-12 Teachers to Foster Algebraic Thinking in their Mathematics Classrooms,” U.S. Department of Education Mathematics and Science Partnerships Program Regional Conference, Chicago, April 2012, with Leigh van den Kieboom, Marta Magiera and E. Fuller.

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Summer 2012 — Compendium

Compendium — Summer 2012

Dr. Stephen Merrill

Dr. Sherry Scott

Presented: “Mathematical Description of the Creative Process,” International Nonlinear Science Conference, Barcelona, Spain, March 2012. Presented: “Models of Life and the Life of Models,” Center for Devices and Radiologic Health, U.S. Department of Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, Md., April 2012.

Grant: $55,359, “Dynamical Systems Theory and Lagrangian Data Assimilation in 4D Geophysical Fluid Dynamics,” Office of Naval Research. Presented: “A New Approach to Measuring Tortuosity,” 2012 SPIE Medical Imaging Conference, San Diego, February 2012. Presented: “Analyzing Fluid Flows and Understanding Transport via Ergodocity Defect Analysis,” European Geosciences Union, Vienna, April 2012.

Professor

Dr. John (Jack) Moyer Professor

Published: “Examining Students’ Algebraic Thinking in a Curricular Context: A Longitudinal Study,” Early Algebraization: A Global Dialogue from Multiple Perspectives, (2011), Jinfa Cai and Eric Knuth (editors), pp 161-186, Springer-Verlag. Published: “Impact of Curriculum Reform: Evidence of Change in Classroom Instruction in the United States,” with Jinfa Cai and Ning Wang, pp 87-99; Published: “Longitudinal Investigation of the Curricular Effect: An Analysis of Student Learning Outcomes from the LieCal Project in the United States,” with Jinda Cai, Ning Wang, Chuang Wang and Bikai Nie, pp 117-36; International Journal of Educational Research, Vol. 50, No. 2 (2011). Presented: “Learning Mathematics Using Standards-Based and Traditional Curricula: An Analysis of Homework Problems” and “Longitudinal Investigation of the Effect of Curriculum on Algebra Learning: Beyond Grade Bands,” with Jinfa Cai, Ning Wang and Bikai Nie; Presented: “Mathematical Dispositions and Student Learning: A Metaphorical Analysis,” with Jinfa Cai, Ning Wang, Bikai Nie and Victoria Robison, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science; Presented: “Pedagogical and Mathematical Analyses of Teaching Equation-Solving in Standards-Based and Traditional Curricula,” with Jinfa Cai and Bikai Nie; 2012 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, April 2012. Presented: “Analyses of Teaching Equation Solving in Standards-Based and Traditional Curricula,” with Jinfa Cai and Bikai Nie; Presented: “What Matters about Students’ Learning: Curriculum Implementation from Three Perspectives,” with Jinfa Cai and Ning Wang; National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2012 Research Pre-Session, Philadelphia, April 2012. Awarded: John P. Raynor, S.J., Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence, May 2012.

Victoria Robison

Project Coordinator of LieCal High School Project

Presented: see entry for Dr. John Moyer, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.

Dr. Daniel Rowe Associate Professor Presented: “Observing Spatial Correlations Induced by the SENSE and GRAPPA Parallel MRI Image Reconstruction Models Using Isomorphic Framework,” Workshop on Brain Image Analysis, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wis, April 2012, with graduate student Ian Bruce.

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

Assistant Professor

Dr. Julia Azari

Assistant Professor

Grant: $30,000, “Principles and Power: How Institutional Context and Intra-Party Dynamics Shape American Party Ideologies, 1948‑2011,” Harry S. Truman Library Institute.

Dr. H. Richard Friman

Professor and Eliot Fitch Chair for International Studies

Dr. Michael Slattery Associate Professor

Presented: “Moufang Loups of Order 243,” Ohio State-Denison Group Theory Conference, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, May 2012.

Dr. Andrew Kunz

Dr. Elaine Spiller Assistant Professor

Grant: $64,817, “Dynamical Systems Theory and Lagrangian Data Assimilation in 4D Geophysical Fluid Dynamics,” Office of Naval Research. Presented: “Design and Use of Surrogates in Hazard Assessment,” SIAM Conference on Uncertainty Quantification, Raleigh, N.C, April 2012. Presented: “Efficient Use of Flow Simulations for Developing Probabilistic Hazard Maps,” European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, April 2012. Presented: “En-Route Observations and 3D Lagrangian Data Assimilation,” Uncertainty Quantification: Transition Workshop of the Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute, Research Triangle Park, N.C., May 2012.

Presented: “Aesthetics of Architecture: Beauty in Organic Versus Modernist Architecture,” University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Dec. 1, 2011. Presented: “Globalization, Hegemony and the Influences of Western Art in China,” Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, May 24, 2012. Presented: “Arts and Cognition: Performance, Criticism, Aesthetics,” Beijing International Language University, Beijing, May 28, 2012. Presented: “Opening Conference Speech” and “Then and Now: Globalization and the Avant-Garde in Contemporary Chinese Art,” Aesthetics and Art: Tradition and Presence International Conference, XuZhou, China, May 2012.

Mary Utzerath

Published: see entry for Dr. James South, Department of Philosophy.

Adjunct Instructor

Presented: “Fifty Years Later: What is the Impact of Vatican II for the Church and for You?” Gesu Parish Adult Formation Talk, Milwaukee, April 2012. Presented: “Engaging Cultural Barriers Within and Without the Post-Conciliar Church,” Vatican II Reconsidered Conference, Walsh University, North Canton, Ohio, May 3-5, 2012.

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY Dr. Curtis L. Carter Professor

Published: “Outsiders Inside: ‘Accidental Genius’ at Milwaukee Art Museum,” Milwaukee Express, Feb. 20, 2012. Published: “Milwaukee’s King of Comix,” Shepherd Express, March 1, 2012. Published: “Global Artists,” pp 88‑90, and “Global Art,” pp 84‑88, Encyclopedia of Global Studies, (March 2012), Helmut K. Anheier and Mark Juergensmeyer (editors), Sage Publications, Inc. Published: “Outsider Art: ‘Accidental Genius,’” China Art News, April 25, 2012. Published: “Toward a History of Aesthetics of the Twentieth Century,” Annals for Aesthetics, Vol. 46 (2012), pp 195-210.

Dr. Susanne E. Foster

Assistant Chair and Associate Professor

Dr. James South

Chair and Associate Professor

Published: “‘Look What Free Will Has Gotten You’: Isolation, Individuality, and Choice in Angel,” The Philosophy of Joss Whedon, (2011), Dean A. Kowalski and S. Evan Kreider (editors), pp 168-81, University of Kentucky Press, with Dr. Susanne E. Foster, Department of Philosophy. Published: “Suarez, Immortality, and the Soul’s Dependence on the Body,” The Philosophy of Francisco Suarez, (2012), Benjamin Hill and Henrik Lagerlund (editors) pp 121-36, Oxford University Press. Presented: “Using Luther’s ‘On the Freedom of a Christian’ in a Core Philosophy Class,” The Association for Core Texts and Courses, Milwaukee, March 31, 2012. Presented: “Veronica Mars, Photography, and Skepticism,” Society for the Study of the Contemporary Visual Arts, Seattle, April 6, 2012.

Dr. Pol Vandevelde Professor

Published: Heidegger and the Romantics: The Literary Invention of Meaning, (2012), Routledge. Presented: “Things As Objects That Can Be Completed: Husserl, MerleauPonty, and Foucault,” St. John’s University, Jamaica, New York, February 2012.

Presented: “Is a Formal Ethics of Justification Enough for Morality? Response to Prof. William Rehg,” Lonergan, Philosophy and Theology Conference, Milwaukee, March 1-2, 2012. Presented: “Causality, Facticity, and Freedom: Response to Hans Pedersen and Raoni Padui,” Annual Conference of the Heidegger Circle, Atlanta, May 3-5, 2012.

Dr. Michael Vater

Associate Professor Emeritus

Edited and Translated: The Philosophical Rupture Between Fichte and Schelling: Texts and Correspondence, 1800-1802, (2012), SUNY Press, with J.G. Fichte, F.W. J. Schelling and David W. Wood.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS Dr. Andrew Kunz Associate Professor

Grant: $38,000, “Controlling Magnetic Domain Walls in Ferromagnetic Nanowires with Magnetic Fields Studies by Micromagnetic Simulation,” National Science Foundation. Presented: “The Effects of Magnetic Defects on Domain Wall Motion in Ferromagnetic Nanowires,” American Physics Society March Meeting, Boston, February 2012, with undergraduate student Kyle Kimminau. Presented: “Fast Control of Domain Wall Motion in Ferromagnetic Nanowires,” Physics Department Colloquium, University of Wisconsin– Stevens Point, Stevens Point, Wis., April 6, 2012. Presented: “Fast Control of Domain Wall Motion in Ferromagnetic Nanowires,” Condensed Matter Seminar, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C, April 20, 2012.

Dr. Zbigniew Sorbjan Research Professor

Grant: $81,014, “Study of Atmospheric Turbulence in the Stable Boundary Layer,” National Science Foundation.

Dr. Chris Stockdale Associate Professor

Invited: Distinguished Visitor, Australian Astronomical Observatory, Sydney, Spring 2012.

Participated: “Drugs, Gambling and Sex: Interrogating the Connections/Disconnects Between the Licit and Illicit” roundtable and “Migration, Trafficking and Human Rights” panel, International Studies Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, April 2, 2012. Awarded: Way Klingler Fellowship in the Humanities, March 2012. Reviewed: Rich Stamper’s “The Character of Goju-ryu Kata: Implications for Experienced Practitioners,” Journal of Asian Martial Arts, Vol. 21, No. 1 (2012), pp 120-21.

Dr. Duane Swank Professor

Published: The Political Construction of Business Interests: Coordination, Growth, and Equality, (2012), Cambridge University Press, with Cathie Jo Martin. Participated: “The Political Construction of Business Interests: Coordination, Growth, and Equality” roundtable, International Conference of Europeanists, Boston, March 22-24, 2012.

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY

Dr. Alyson Gerdes

Dr. Nakia Gordon

Presented: “The Role of Childhood ADHD and Epilepsy on Maternal Parenting Stress,” Conference of Interdisciplinary Pediatric Behavioral Health Research, Milwaukee, February 2012, with graduate students Kelsey Weinberger and E.A. Heideman, and J. Koop. Presented: “Understanding and Measuring Functional Impairment in Diverse Children with ADHD: Development and Validation of the ADHD-FX Scale,” and Awarded: Margaret Bernauer Psychology Research Award, with graduate student and teaching assistant Kathryn Lawton, and graduate students L.M. Haack and B.W. Schneider; Presented: “Acculturation and Endorsement of Cultural Values in a Community Sample of Latinos,” with graduate student and teaching assistant Kathryn Lawton, graduate students Kelsey Weinberger, L.M. Haack and B.W. Schneider, and undergraduate student M. Grace; Presented: “The Role of Maternal Positive Behavior on Child Reported Global Self-Worth,” with graduate student and teaching assistant Kathryn Lawton and graduate student Kelsey Weinberger; Presented: “Language, Acculturation and Parental Locus of Control in Latino Parents” and Awarded: Margaret Bernauer Psychology Research Award, with graduate student and teaching assistant Kathryn Lawton, graduate students Kelsey Weinberger, B.W. Schneider and L.M. Haack, and undergraduate student E.M. May; Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, Wis., April 2012.

Presented: “Components of Stimuli and Individual Differences that Contribute to the Effectiveness of Mood Induction Procedures,” with graduate assistant Kathleen Hazlett; Presented: “Are ‘Neutral’ Stimuli Really Neutral?” with graduate assistants Kathleen Hazlett and Katherine Reiter; Association for Psychological Science Convention, Chicago, May 2012. Presented: “Time Course of Emotional Response to Positive Images,” with graduate assistant Kathleen Hazlett and undergraduate students S. Snowden and S. March; Presented: “The Use of Vignettes and Pictures in Mood Induction Paradigms,” with graduate assistants Kathleen Hazlett and Katherine Reiter, and undergraduate student M. Barber; Presented: “Content and Literary Trends of Effective Standardized Positive and Neutral Vignettes for Emotion Induction,” with graduate assistants Kathleen Hazlett and Katherine Reiter, and undergraduate student E. Urban; Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, May 2012.

Associate Professor

Dr. Stephen Franzoi Professor

Published: Social Psychology, Sixth Edition, (2012), BVT Publishing. Published: “Exploring Body Comparison Tendencies: Women Are Self-Critical Whereas Men Are Self-Hopeful,” Psychology of Women Quarterly, Vol. 36, No. 1 (March 2012), pp 99-109, with Kris Vasquez, Erin Sparapani, doctoral student Katherine Frost, Jessica Martin and Megan Eebly. Presented: “The Social Psychology of Physical Appearance,” 2012 Allied Beauty Association Conference, Toronto, April 1, 2012. Presented: “Experiencing Sexism and Young Women’s Body Esteem,” with Dr. Debra Oswald, Department of Psychology, and doctoral student Katherine Frost; Presented: “Fashion Ads’ Effects on Reactions to a Failed Blind Date,” with doctoral student Michaela Engdahl; Midwestern Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, May 2012.

Assistant Professor

Professor

Presented: “Acculturation, Cultural Values and Latino Parental Etiological Beliefs About ADHD,” Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, May 2012, with graduate student and teaching assistant Kathryn Lawton.

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Dr. John Grych

Published: “Youth Experiences of Family Violence and Teen Dating Violence Perpetration: Cognitive and Emotional Mediators,” Clinical Child and Family Review, Vol. 15, No. 1 (March 2012), pp 58-68, with E.N. Jouriles, R.M. McDonald and V. Mueller. Published: “Toward a More Comprehensive Understanding of Interpersonal Violence: Introduction to the Special Issue on Interconnections Among Different Types of Violence,” Psychology of Violence, Vol. 2, No. 2 (April 2012), pp 105-10, with Suzanne Swan. Published: “Capturing the Family Context of Emotion Regulation: A Family Systems Model Comparison Approach,” Journal of Family Issues, (May 2012), doi: 10.1177/0192513X12445889, with alumnus G.M. Fosco.

Published: “Understanding Neuromotor Strategy During Functional Upper Extremity Tasks Using Symbolic Dynamics,” Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences, Vol.16, No. 1 ( January 2012), pp 37-59, with Dominic Nathan, Robert W. Prost and Dr. Dean Jeutter, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Presented: “Cusp Catastrophe Models Of Cognitive Workload and Fatigue: A Comparison of Seven Task Types,” International Nonlinear Science Conference, Barcelona, Spain, March 2012, with graduate assistant Henry Boeh and undergraduate students H. Gorin, S. Huschen, N.E. Peters, M. Fabisch and K. Poston.

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Dr. James Hoelzle Assistant Professor

Presented: “Self-Reported ADHD Symptom Onset and Neuropsychological Performance: Does Age Matter?” Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Montreal, February 2012, with graduate student Indrani Thiruselvam, P. Marshal and N. Nelson. Presented: “Using Intake Personality Assessment Inventory Scores to Predict Psychotherapy Response,” with graduate student Indrani Thiruselvam, undergraduate student Jena Gomez and Dr. Stephen Saunders, Department of Psychology; Presented: “Psychometric Adequacy of the Personality Assessment Inventory Short Form,” with graduate students Indrani Thiruselvam and Erin Quasney; Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality Assessment, Chicago, March 2012. Presented: “The More You Say, The Less It Means: Over-Reporting and Attenuated Criterion Validity,” Annual Conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 2012, with C. Wiggins, D. Wygant and R. Gervais.

Jeffrey Karst Lecturer

Presented: see entries for Dr. Astrida Kaugars, Department of Psychology.

Dr. Astrida Kaugars Associate Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Marilyn Frenn, College of Nursing. Published: “Exploratory Analysis of the Relationships Among Different Methods of Assessing Adherence and Glycemic Control in youth with type 1 diabetes mellitus,” Health Psychology, Vol. 31, No. 1 ( January 2012), 35-42, with J.C. Kichler, K. Maglio and R. Alemzadeh. Presented: “An Exploration of Executive Functioning Among Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus,” with graduate student C. Fitzgerald, J. Kichler, teaching and research assistant Ashley Moss, and undergraduate students M. Coffey and A. Heinen; Presented: “Family Mental and Physical Illness: A Challenge Among Adolescents

Dr. Kristy Nielson (right)

with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus,” with undergraduate students A. Heinen and M. Coffey, graduate student C. Fitzgerald and J. Kichler; Presented: “An Examination of Parenting Stress in Two Pediatric Populations,” with Jeffrey Karst, Department of Psychology, graduate student C. Fitzgerald, J. Kichler and Dr. Amy Van Hecke, Department of Psychology; Annual Pediatric Behavioral Health Research Conference, Milwaukee, February 2012. Presented: “An Examination of Social Self-Efficacy and Social Cognition Among Children and Their Parents,” Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality Assessment, Chicago, March 2012, with teaching assistant Denise Gardner. Presented: “Examining Health Care Utilization and Adherence Among Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus;” Presented: “Treatment Adherence Among Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus: Associations with Executive Functioning and Parental Involvement in Care;” Midwest Regional Conference on Pediatric Psychology, Milwaukee, April 2012, with teaching and research assistant Ashley Moss, graduate student C. Fitzgerald and J. Kichler. Presented: “Developmental Disability and Chronic Illness in Adolescents: A Comparison of Parenting Stress Levels,” Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association,” Chicago, May 2012, with Jeffrey Karst, Department of Psychology, graduate student C. Fitzgerald, J. Kichler and Dr. Amy Van Hecke, Department of Psychology.

Dr. Kristy Nielson Professor

Grant: $45,716, “fMRI as an Imaging Biomarker for Preclinical Alzheimer’s Disease,” National Institutes of Health. Published: “Risk Factors for Alzheimer’s Disease and Longitudinal Memory Performance,” with J.L. Woodard, M. Seidenberg, S. Durgerian, J.C. Smith, research assistant Alissa Butts, N.C. Hantke, M. Lancaster, M. Matthews, S.M. Rao and M.K. Foster; Published: “Longitudinal White Matter Changes and Cognitive Decline in Healthy Elderly,” with

J.L. Woodard, M. Seidenberg, S. Durgerian, J.C. Smith, research assistant Alissa Butts, N.C. Hantke, M. Lancaster, M. Matthews and S.M. Rao; Published: “Person-Identity Semantics Predicts Cognitive Decline in Cognitively Intact Older Participants,” with M. Matthews, M. Seidenberg, J.L. Woodard, S. Durgerian, J.C. Smith, M. Lancaster, research assistant Alissa Butts, N.C. Hantke and S.M. Rao; Published: “Measures of Episodic Forgetting Complement Structural and Functional MRI for Detection of Cognitive Decline in Apolopoprotein E ε4 Carriers,” with research assistant Alissa Butts, N.C. Hantke, M.A. Lancaster, M. Seidenberg, J.L. Woodard, J.C. Smith, M. Matthews, M.A. Sugarman, S. Durgerian, S.M. Rao and M.K. Foster; Published: “FreeSurfer vs. Manual Tracing: Distinguishing Stable From Cognitively Declining Elders Using Prospectively Measured Hippocampal Volume,” with research assistant Alissa Butts, N.C. Hantke, M.A. Lancaster, M. Seidenberg, J.L. Woodard, J.C. Smith, M. Matthews, S. Durgerian and S.M. Rao; Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, Vol. 18, Supplement 1 (February 2012), doi.org/10.1017/ S1355617712000537. Published: “Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Semantic Memory as a Presymptomatic Biomarker of Alzheimer’s Disease Risk,” Biochimica et Biophysica Acta — Molecular Basis of Disease, Vol. 1822, No. 3, (March 2012), pp 442-56, with M.A. Sugarman, J.L. Woodard, M. Seidenberg, J.C. Smith, S. Durgerian and S.M. Rao. Published: “Longitudinal Associations Between Physical Activity, Cognitive Status, and Brain Function in Older Adults at Genetic Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease,” with J.L. Woodard, M. Seidenberg, S. Durgerian, J.C. Smith, research assistant Alissa Butts, N.C. Hantke, M. Lancaster, M. Matthews, S.M. Rao and M.A. Sugarman, p 71; Published: “Distinguishing Future Cognitive Decline in Healthy Elders Using Two Methods for Measuring Hippocampal Volumes,” with research assistant Alissa Butts, N.C. Hantke, M.A. Lancaster, M. Seidenberg, J.L. Woodard, J.C. Smith, M. Matthews, M.A. Sugarman, S. Durgerian and S.M. Rao, p 149; Published: “Prediction of Longitudinal White Matter Change in Healthy Elderly Individuals,” with research assistant Alissa Butts, N.C. Hantke, M.A. Lancaster, M. Seidenberg, J.L. Woodard, J.C. Smith, M. Matthews, M.A. Sugarman, S. Durgerian and S.M. Rao, p 150; Published: “The Contribution of Blood Serum Biomarkers to the Prediction of Cognitive Decline by fMRI and Apolipoprotein-E in Healthy Older Adults,” with M. Seidenberg, J.L. Woodard, J.C. Smith, M.A. Sugarman, S. Durgerian and S.M. Rao, p 116; Published: “Five-Year Changes in Brain Volume and Episodic Memory in Cognitively Intact Elders With and Without an Apolipoprotein E ε4 Allele,” with S. Durgerian, J.C. Smith, M.A. Lancaster, M. Seidenberg, M. Matthews and J.L. Woodard, p 149; Published: “Episodic Memory Measures Complement Structural and Functional MRI for Predicting Cognitive Decline in Apolipoprotein

E ε4 Carriers,” with J.L. Woodard, M. Sugarman, M. Seidenberg, S. Durgerian, J.C. Smith, graduate assistant Alissa Butts, N.C. Hantke, M. Lancaster, M. Matthews, S.M. Rao and M.K. Foster, p 116; Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Vol. 24, Supplement 1, (April 2012). Published: “Lifestyle and Genetic Contributions to Cognitive Decline and Hippocampal Integrity in Healthy Aging,” Current Alzheimer Research, Vol. 9, No. 4 (May 2012), pp 436-46, with J.L. Woodard, M. Sugarman, M. Seidenberg, S. Durgerian, J.C. Smith, graduate assistant Alissa Butts, N.C. Hantke, M. Lancaster, M. Matthews and S.M. Rao. Presented: “Confirmatory Analysis of a Hypothetical Coping Measure,” Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, Wis., April 2012, with graduate student S.J. Byers, and undergraduate students K.M. Skells and M. Fabisch. Presented: “A Two-Week Trial of Physiological Arousal Induction via Muscle Tension Demonstrates Enhanced Memory and Attention in Healthy Elders” and “Validity, Dementia Detection and Differential Diagnostic Utility of the Visual Learning and Retention Test,” Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, April 2012, with T.J. Arentsen, graduate student T. Hyde and graduate assistant Kelly Patterson. Presented: “Suppression Reduces Long-Term Memory in Arousing Situations: Studies of Directed and Spontaneous Emotion Regulation,” and “Effects of Extreme Positive Arousal on Memory Consolidation for Emotive Words in First-Time Skydivers,” with graduate student S.J. Byers; Presented: “Confirmatory Analysis of the Emotion Regulation Questionnaire-Short Form in an Emotionally Primed High Arousal Situation,” with graduate student S.J. Byers and undergraduate students K.M. Skells and M.M. Fabisch; Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, May 2012. Awarded: Way Klingler Sabbatical Fellowship Award, March 2012.

Dr. Debra Oswald Associate Professor

Published: “Evaluations of Sexual Assault: Perceptions of Guilt and Legal Elements for Male and Female Aggressors Using Various Coercive Strategies” Violence and Victims, Vol. 26 (December 2011), pp 799-815, with Brenda Russell and Shane Kraus. Presented: see entry for Dr. Stephen Franzoi, Department of Psychology.

Dr. Anthony J. Porcelli Assistant Professor

Presented: “The Effect of Acute Stress Exposure on Neural Correlates of Pavlovian Conditioning,” with A.H. Lewis and M.R. Delgado; Presented: “The Influence of Repeated Social Feedback on Decision Making Under Risk: Framing Monetary Choices in a Social Context,” with K.E. Sip, B. De Martino and M.R. Delgado; Social and Affective Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, New York City, April 2012.

Published: “Editorial,” International Journal of Systematic Theology, Vol. 14, No. 2 (April 2012), pp 128-30. Presented: “Living an Integrated Life,” InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Meadowbrook Church, Wauwatosa, Wis., Feb. 4, 2012. Presented: Response to Peter Hocken’s “Liturgy and Eschatology in a Pentecostal-Charismatic Ecumenism,” Society for Pentecostal Studies Annual Meeting, Virginia Beach, Va., March 2012. Inducted: Academy of Catholic Theology, Washington, D.C., May 22‑24, 2012.

Rev. Robert Doran, S.J.

Emmett Doerr Chair and Professor

Dr. Anthony J. Porcelli

Dr. Stephen Saunders

Dr. Gale Miller

Presented: see entry for Dr. James Hoelzle, Department of Psychology.

Awarded: Lawrence G. Haggerty Faculty Award for Research Excellence, March 2012.

Professor and Director of Graduate Studies

Dr. Mary Anne Siderits Assistant Professor

Presented: “A Bill of Fare with the Real Egg: Fowler IV Students on a Jeamesian Path,” Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, Baltimore, March 30, 2012.

Dr. Lucas Torres Assistant Professor

Published: “Discrimination, Acculturation, Acculturative Stress, and Latino Psychological Distress: A Moderated-Mediational Model,” Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, Vol. 18, No. 1 ( January 2012), pp 17-25, with Maria Voell and graduate student M. Driscoll.

Dr. Amy Van Hecke Assistant Professor

Grant: $4,950, “The Marquette PEERS Project,” Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin. Presented: see entries for Dr. Astrida Kaugars, Department of Psychology.

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL SCIENCES Dr. Heather Hlavka Assistant Professor

Published: “Gendered Violence and the Ethics of Social Science Research,” Violence Against Women, Vol. 17, No. 12 (December 2011), pp 1509-20, with Dr. Sameena Mulla, Department of Social and Cultural Sciences.

Dr. James A. Holstein Professor

Published: The SAGE Handbook of Interview Research: The Complexity of the Craft, Second Edition, (2012), Sage Publications, Inc., with Jaber F. Gubrium, Ami Marvasti and Karyn McKinny. Published: see entry for Dr. Jeffrey M. Toth, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering.

Professor and Research Professor

Dr. Sameena Mulla Assistant Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Heather Hlavka, Department of Social and Cultural Sciences.

Dr. Jane Peterson Professor

Presented: “Diverse Lives: Neolithic Women in the Near East,” Society of American Archaeology Annual Conference, Memphis, Tenn., April 12, 2012.

Dr. Olga Semukhina

Published: “Social Grace,” Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies, Vol. 2, No. 2 (February 2012), pp 130-42. Published: “Bernard Lonergan and Daniel Berrigan,” Faith, Resistance, and the Future: Daniel Berrigan’s Challenge to Catholic Social Thought, (2012), James L. Marsh and Anna J. Brown (editors), pp 119-31, Fordham University Press. Presented: “Two Ways of Being Conscious: The Notion of Psychic Conversion,” Thomas More Institute, Montreal, Dec. 10, 2011. Presented: “Rehabilitating and Transposing the Theorem of the Supernatural: A First Installment,” Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, April 14, 2012.

Rev. Tom Hughson, S.J.

Associate Professor Emeritus

Presented: “Love and Citizenship: Catholics in an Election Year,” Chiodini/Fontana Ethics Lecture, Siena Heights University, Adrian, Mich, Feb. 8, 2012. Presented: “Dialogue Beyond the Ecumenical Movement,” Assisi 2012 Conference, Assisi, Italy, April 17-20, 2012, with Rev. Martyn Percy.

Assistant Professor

Grant: $59,717, “Enhancing Human Rights, the Rule of Law, Citizen Awareness and Participation in the Southern Region of Russia,” U.S. Department of State.

Dr. Darren Wheelock Assistant Professor

Published: “Managing the Socially Marginalized: Attitudes Towards Welfare, Punishment and Race,” Journal of Poverty, Vol. 16, No. 1 ( January 2012), pp 1-26.

DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY Dr. Patrick Carey

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

Grant: $10,000, “Summer Institute in Christian Doctrine,” Koch Foundation.

Dr. Ralph Del Colle Associate Professor

Published: Talking with Evangelicals: A Guide for Catholics, (2012), Paulist Press. Published: “Pentecostal-Catholic International Dialogue: A Catholic Perspective,” Celebrating a Century of Ecumenism: Exploring the Achievements of International Dialogue, (April 2012), John A. Radan (editor), pp 195-217, Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. Dr. Darren Wheelock

Rev. John Laurance, S.J. Associate Professor

Presented: “The Saving Events of Christ in the Liturgy,” North American Academy of Liturgy Annual Meeting, Montreal, Jan. 7, 2012.

Dr. Ulrich L. Lehner Associate Professor

Published: “Trinitarian Thought in the Early Modern Era,” Oxford Handbook of Trinitarian Theology, (2011) Gilles Emery and Matthew Levering (editors), pp 240-253, Oxford University Press. Awarded: 2011 John Gilmary Shea Award for Enlightened Monks, (American Catholic Historical Association), January 2012. Participated: “Communities in Early Modern Catholicism” panel; Presented: “Monastery Prisons: Perspectives on Gender, Law and Theology,” Catholic Historical Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, January 2012. Reviewed: Hubert Wolf’s Inquisition und Buchzensur im Zeitalter der Aufklärung, and Stefan Warthmann’s Die Katholische Tübinger Schule, Zur Geschichte ihrer Wahrnehmung, Theological Studies, Vol. 73, No. 1 (March 2012), pp 249‑50. Reviewed: David Sorkin’s “Religious Enlightenment,” Journal of Religion, Vol. 92 (2012), pp 159-161.

Dr. D. Stephen Long Associate Professor

Published: Keeping Faith: An Ecumenical Commentary on the Articles of Religion and Confession of Faith in the Wesleyan Tradition, (2012), Cascade Books. Presented: “What Theologians Wished Economists Knew about Theology,” Allied Social Sciences Conference, Chicago, Jan. 6, 2012.

Dr. M. Therese Lysaught Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies

Grant: $7,000, “The Economy of Virtue: Virtue Theory in Light of Poverty and Neuroscience,” University of Illinois at Chicago.

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The Book Shelf

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

Dr. Amy Blair

Dr. Ralph Del Colle

Reading Up: Middle-Class Readers and the Culture of Success in the Early TwentiethCentury United States — studies popular literary critics of the early twentieth century who promoted reading certain texts as a vehicle for acquiring cultural competence and economic mobility, including how they influenced the choices of readers and popularized some elite writers. See p. 1.

Talking with Evangelicals: A Guide for Catholics — seeks to inform Catholics about the faith of Evangelical Christians and to explore the commonalities and major differences between the two religious points of view. See p. 7.

Dr. Glenn Brookshear Dr. Dennis Brylow Computer Science: An Overview, 11th Edition — provides an introductory survey of computer science that explores the breadth of the subject for both students of computer science and students from other disciplines. See p. 3.

Dr. Johnette ( Jay) Caulfield How to Design and Teach a Hybrid Course: Achieving Student-Centered Learning Through Blended Classroom, Online, and Experimental Activities — provides a practical framework for designing and teaching hybrid or blended courses, focusing on student outcomes. See p. 18.

Dr. Doris Walker-Dalhouse Be That Teacher! Breaking the Cycle for Struggling Readers — demonstrates how teachers can provide differentiated instruction based on students’ individual and cultural backgrounds to aid struggling readers. See p. 12.

Dr. John B. Davis The Elgar Companion to Recent Economic Methodology — examines advances in economic methodological thinking, particularly those associated with new research programs that challenge standard economic methodology. See p. 10.

Dr. Tyler Farrell The Land of Give and Take — a collection of poems that showcases a variety of characters who appear as on stage — from teenagers and grandparents to priests and poets — whose stories are often told with an undercurrent of conflicted Catholicism. See p. 2.

Dr. Stephen Franzoi Social Psychology, Sixth Edition — uses “The Self” as a theme to provide students with a meaningful context for exploring key concepts of social psychology. With a continued emphasis on methodology, this edition expands coverage of social cognition and social neuroscience. See p. 5.

Dr. Armando González-Pérez El Teatro Afrocubano en el Exilio: Ensayos Criticos — analyzes Afro-Cuban theater in exile via a variety of critical essays. See p. 2.

Dr. Diane Long Hoeveler The Encyclopedia of Romantic Literature: Volume 1, A-G — a comprehensive reference resource covering British artistic, literary, and intellectual movements from the late eighteenth century to the early nineteenth century, within the context of European, transatlantic, and colonial historical and cultural interaction. See p. 2.

Dr. James A. Holstein

Dr. Gail Schumann

The SAGE Handbook of Interview Research: The Complexity of the Craft, Second Edition — provides an overview of how to conduct research interviews, including the history and conceptual transformations of the interview, and the main components of interview practice. See p. 7.

Hungry Planet: Stories of Plant Diseases — examines the effects plant diseases have had on human culture from ancient days to modern times, helping readers understand the relationship between agriculture, the human condition and the science that connects the two. See p. 1.

Dr. D. Stephen Long

The Political Construction of Business Interests: Coordination, Growth, and Equality — analyzes employers’ struggles to define their collective social identities at turning points in capitalist development and the history of tension between employers, government and labor. See p. 5.

Keeping Faith: An Ecumenical Commentary on the Articles of Religion and Confession of Faith in the Wesleyan Tradition — offers resources to help Christians reclaim the importance of doctrine via an ecumenical commentary on the Confession of Faith and Articles of Religion found in the Wesleyan tradition. See p. 7.

Dr. Gene Laczniak Ethics in Marketing: International Cases and Perspectives — contains 20 international case studies on a variety of ethical issues that companies around the world face, including questionable selling practices, exploitative advertising, counterfeiting, channel conflict, apparent bribing and product safety. See p. 11.

Dr. Duane Swank

Dr. Pol Vandevelde Heidegger and the Romantics: The Literary Invention of Meaning — explores the connection between Heidegger and romanticism, specifically early German romanticism and Heidegger’s work with poetry in the 1930s. See p. 4.

Dr. Michael Vater

Changing Churches: An Orthodox, Catholic, and Lutheran Theological Conversation — examines the difficult questions two men faced when each chose to leave the Lutheran faith tradition — one for Roman Catholicism and the other for Orthodoxy. See p. 10.

The Philosophical Rupture Between Fichte and Shelling: Selected Texts and Correspondence (1800-1802) — brings together letters philosophers Fichte and Shelling exchanged between 1800 and 1802. The pair had been perceived as “partners” in the cause of Criticism or transcendental idealism, but in 1799, each began to perceive a drift in the other’s fundamental interests and allegiances. See p. 4.

Dr. William Pink

Dr. Sarah Wadsworth

Schools for Marginalized Youth: An International Perspective — discusses the lack of consensus about how to best improve the education of students marginalized by the current theory and practice of schooling, especially students of diverse ethnicities who attend metropolitan-area schools. See p. 12.

Right Here I See My Own Books: The Woman’s Building Library at the World’s Columbian Exposition — examines the progress, content and significance of the Woman’s Building Library at the World’s Columbian Exposition in 1893, the first effort to assemble a comprehensive library of women’s texts. See p. 2.

Dr. Mickey Mattox

Dr. Albert J. Rivero Pamela in Her Exalted Condition — follows the heroine of Samuel Richardson’s first novel, Pamela, into her married life, providing insight into the social and cultural life of the mid-eighteenth century. The first ever scholarly edition of the novel, it features a critically edited text, general and textual introductions, full annotations and textual apparatus. See p. 2.

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Rev. Bryan Massingale

Professor and Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies

Published: “Malcolm X and the Limits of ‘Authentically Black and Truly Catholic:’ A Research Project in Black Radicalism and Black Catholic Faith,” Journal of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium, Vol. 5 (2011), pp 7-25. Published: “The Systemic Erasure of the Black/Dark-Skinned Body in Catholic Ethics,” Catholic Theological Ethics Past, Present, and Future: The Trento Conference, (2011), James F. Kennan (editor), pp 116-24, Orbis Books. Published: “A Parallel That Limps: The Rhetoric of Slavery in the Pro-Life Discourse of U.S. Bishops,” Voting and Holiness: Catholic Perspectives on Political Participation, (2012), Nicholas P. Cafardi (editor), pp 158-77, Paulist Press. Published: “An Immoral Budget That Shuns Social Justice,” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, March 26, 2012. Presented: “‘Cultured Indifference:’ The Culture of Racism and Catholic Ethical Reflection,” Annual Flannery Lecture, Gonzaga University, Spokane, Wash., March 29, 2012. Presented: ‘The Dark Night(s) of Malcolm X: Catholic Spirituality and African American Sanctity,” Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley, Calif., April 10, 2012. Awarded: Honorary Doctorate in Theology, (Catholic Theological Union), Chicago, May 17, 2012. Participated: Annual White House Easter Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C., April 4, 2012.

Dr. Robert Masson Associate Professor

Published: “Section III, The Johnson Case and the Practice of Theology: An Interim Report,” Horizons, Vol. 38, No. 2 (Fall 2011), pp 304-30.

Dr. Mickey Mattox

Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies

Published: Changing Churches: An Orthodox, Catholic, and Lutheran Theological Conversation, (2012), Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., with A.G. Roeber. Published: “Christology in Martin Luther’s Lectures on Hebrews,” Christology, Hermeneutics, and Hebrews, (2012), Jon C. Laansma and Daniel C. Treier (editors), pp 100-19, T&T Clark International. Presented: “Considering Esther Chung-Kim’s Inventing Authority: The Use of the Church Fathers in Reformation Debates over the Eucharist,” and “Authorizing Interpretations: The Bible and the Fathers in the Reformation;” American Society of Church History Winter Meeting, Chicago, Jan. 7, 2012.

Dr. Irfan Omar

Associate Professor

Presented: “An Agenda for Peace: Said Nursi and Wahiduddin Khan in Comparative Perspective,” Said Nursi in the 21st Century Conference, Al-Huda Islamic University, Kerala, India, Jan. 29, 2012. Presented: “Making Peace with the Self: Approaches to Interfaith Dialogue,” Living in a Multicultural World Conference, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, Feb. 1-2, 2012. Presented: “Islam and Interfaith Dialogue: The Quranic Imperative,” Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Feb. 22, 2012. Presented: “Dialogue of the Heart: Seeing the ‘Other’ from an Islamic Perspective,” Lane Community College, Eugene, Oregon, March 8, 2012.

Dr. Jame Schaefer Associate Professor

Published: “Pursuing Dialogue Between Theologians and Engineers,” Engineering Education and Practice, (2012), James L. Heft and Kevin Hallinan (editors), pp 118-39, University of Notre Dame Press, with alumnus Paul Heidebrecht. Moderated: “The Ethical Legacy of Jacques Ellul, 1912-1994,” Annual Meeting of the Society of Christian Ethics, Washington, D.C., Jan. 7, 2012.

Dr. Susan Wood

Chair and Professor

Published: “A Theology of Authorization of Lay Ecclesial Ministers,” In the Name of the Church, (May 2012), William J. Cahoy (editor), pp 99-116, Liturgical Press. Presented: “North American Orthodox-Catholic Dialogue: A Vision of the Possible,” 2012 Huffington Ecumenical Symposium, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, March 16, 2012. Presented: “Eucharist and Society,” World Catholicism Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, April 16, 2012.

College of Business Administration

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS Dr. David Clark Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Farrokh Nourzad, Department of Economics.

Dr. Joseph Daniels Professor

Awarded: Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award for study in Canada, Spring 2012.

Dr. John Davis Professor

Published: The Elgar Companion to Recent Economic Methodology, (2011), Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, with Wade Hands. Presented: “Economics, Methodology, and Identity,” Université de Paris I PanthéonSorbonne, Paris, March 2012.

Dr. Farrokh Nourzad

Assistant Professor

Published: “Naked Short Selling and Market Returns,” Journal of Portfolio Management, Vol. 38, No. 3 (Spring 2012), pp 133-142, with Thomas J. Boulton. Presented: “Failures to Deliver, Short Sale Constraints, and Stock Overvaluation,” American Finance Association Meeting, Chicago, Jan. 7, 2012, with Don M. Autore and Thomas J. Boulton. Presented: see entry for Dr. Matteo Arena, Department of Finance.

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT Dr. Mark Cotteleer Associate Professor

Awarded: John P. Raynor, S.J., Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence, May 2012.

Professor

Published: “Federal Funds Futures, Risk Premium, and Monetary Policy Actions,” Applied Financial Economics, Vol. 22, No. 16 (April 2012), pp 1317-30, with alumni James Calhoun and Adam Kurkiewicz. Presented: “Economic Factors Contributing to Natural Gas Demand Forecast Model Performance,” with Dr. Ronald Brown, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering, Dr. David Clark, Department of Economics, Dr. George Corliss, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering, and graduate student Catherine Twetten; Presented: “FDI, Infrastructure Capital and Economic Growth,” with alumni David Greenwold and Rui Yang; Midwest Economic Association Annual Meeting, Evanston, Ill, March 30, 2012.

Dr. Qianhua Ling Assistant Professor

Published: “Ex Ante Severance Agreements and Timely Disclosure of Bad News,” Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, Vol. 27, No. 2 (April 2012), pp 177-207. Published: “Implications of Being a Highly Rated Organization: Evidence from Four-Star Rated Nonprofits,” Accounting and Finance Research, Vol. 1, No. 1 (May 2012), pp 3-17, with D. Neely. Published: “Disclosure and CrossListing: Evidence from Asia-Pacific Firms,” International Journal of Accounting and Information Management, Vol. 20, No. 1 (2012), pp 6-25, with L.L. Eng.

Dr. Lori Bergen Dean

Grant: see entry for Dr. Jeff Snell, Special Adviser to the President, Office of the President.

Dr. Erik Ugland

Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research; Associate Professor Dr. Marcus Braga-Alves

Dr. Kate M. Kaiser

Associate Professor Emeritus

Published: “Information Systems Skills Between High and Low-Wage Regions: Implications for Global Sourcing,” Communications of the Association for Information Systems, Vol. 29, (2011), Article 32, with T. Goles, S. Hawk, J. Simon and K. Frampton. Published: “The Information Technology Workforce: A Comparison of Critical Skills of Client and Service Providers,” Information Systems Management, Vol. 29, No. 1 (2012), pp 2-12, with S. Hawk, T. Goles, J. Simon, C.M. Beath, C.V. Bullen and K.P. Gallagher.

Dr. David King

Grant: see entry for Alan Borsuk, Law School.

Dr. Joyce Wolburg

Associate Dean and Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Lynn Turner, Department of Communication Studies.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES Dr. Claire Badaracco Professor Emerita

Awarded: Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award for study in Ireland, Spring 2012.

Dr. Sarah Bonewits Feldner Associate Professor

Awarded: John P. Raynor, S.J., Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence, May 2012.

Associate Professor

Presented: “Disciplining Poor Environmental Management: Increased Performance for Green Acquirers of Dirty Firms,” Production and Operation Management Society Annual Meeting, Chicago, April 2012, with P. Patel. Awarded: Best Paper Award for “Managing Cultural Distance: Effects of Technological Overlap in CrossBorder Acquisitions,” (Academy of Management), May 2012.

Dr. Olga Yakusheva Associate Professor

Grant: $50,000, “Positioning Nursing to Lead Change and Advance Health,” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Published: “Firm Location and Corporate Debt,” Journal of Banking and Finance, Vol. 36, No. 4 (April 2012), pp 1079-92, with Michael Dewally. Presented: “The Discretionary Effect of CEOs and Board Chairs on Corporate Governance Structures,” Midwest Finance Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Feb. 25, 2012, with Dr. Marcus Braga-Alves, Department of Finance. Awarded: 2011 Best Paper Award for “It Takes Two: The Incidence and Effectiveness of Co-CEOS,” (Financial Review), with Stephen Ferris and Emre Unlu.

Professional in Residence

Presented: “Rebirth” documentary, Screen Peace Film Series, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind., Feb. 3, 2012. Participated: “Women and Documentary” panel, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Feb. 29, 2012. Awarded: 2012 George Foster Peabody Award for “Rebirth,” a documentary, (Peabody Awards), Athens, Ga., April 2012.

Dr. Michael J. Havice Associate Professor

Exhibited: Photograph, Coalition of Photographic Arts’ 5th Annual Midwest Juried Photo Exhibition, Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, Milwaukee, Dec. 2, 2011 – Jan. 21, 2012.

Jen Janviere

Multi-Media Specialist

Presented: “Digital Storytelling as a Recovery Tool,” Relato International Digital Storytelling Conference, Universitat de Valencia, Valencia, Spain, March 21-23, 2012, with graduate student Daria Kempka and alumna Mandi Lindner.

Dr. Karen Slattery

Chair and Associate Professor

Grant: see entry for Alan Borsuk, Law School. Published: see entry for Dr. Ana Garner, Department of Journalism and Media Studies. Published: see entry for Dr. Lynn Turner, Department of Communication Studies.

DEPARTMENT OF STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION

Dr. Gene Laczniak

Priya Barnes

Chair and Professor

Dr. John Davis

Danielle Beverly

Published: “Mobilizing Mother: From Good Mother to Patriotic Mother in World War I,” Journalism and Mass Communication Monographs, Vol. 14, No. 1 (March 2012), pp 5-77, with Dr. Karen Slattery, Department of Broadcast and Electronic Communication. Published: see entry for Dr. Lynn Turner, Department of Communication Studies.

Published: “Can Brazilian Firms Survive the Chinese Challenge? Effects of Globalization on Markets, Strategies, and Performance,” European Business Review, Vol. 23, No. 5 (2011), pp 502-23. Published: “An Empirical Note on Regionalization and Globalization,” Multinational Business Review, Vol. 19, No. 1 (2011), pp 26-35.

Published: Ethics in Marketing: International Cases and Perspectives, (2012), Routledge, with P.E. Murphy and A. Prothero. Published: “Marketing to the Base of the Pyramid: A Corporate Responsibility Approach with Case Inspired Strategies,” Business and Politics, Vol. 14, No. 1 (April 2012), pp 1-42, with Dr. Brenda Gorman, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, College of Health Sciences, and Rev. Nicholas J.C. Santos. Presented: “Did Business Schools Help Cause the Financial Crisis?” University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss., March 2012.

Published: “Communicating Manufacturing as Masculine Domain: How Women Get Noticed at Work,” with M.A. Clason, pp 41-59; Published: “Qualitative Research: Practices and Practicing Reflexivity,” pp 109-13; Women and Language, Vol. 34, No. 2 (Fall 2011). Published: “Effective Family Communication and Job Loss: Crafting the Narrative for Family Crisis,” Communication for Families in Crisis: Theories, Research, Strategies, (Winter 2011), F.C. Dickson and L.M. Webb (editors), pp 281-306, Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, with P.M. Buzzanell. Published: “Teaching for Social Justice in the Engaged Classroom: The Intersection of Jesuit and Feminist Moral Philosophies,” Jesuit and Feminist Education, (2012), J.M. Boryczka and E.A. Petrino (editors), pp 140-60, Fordham University Press, with Dr. Karen Slattery, Department of Digital Media and Performing Arts, Dr. Ana Garner, Department of Journalism and Media Studies, and Dr. Joyce Wolburg, Diederich College of Communication. Awarded: Leading Communication Scholar — Family and Gender, (Communication Institute for Online Scholarship), 2012. Inducted: 2012 Hall of Fame, (Central States Communication Association), Cleveland, March 2012.

DEPARTMENT OF DIGITAL MEDIA AND PERFORMING ARTS

Associate Professor

Professor

Dr. Matteo Arena

Professor

Dr. Ana Garner

Dr. Syed Akhter

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

Dr. Lynn Turner

DEPARTMENT OF JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING

Assistant Professor

DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING

J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication

Dr. Marcus Braga-Alves

Lecturer

Published: “The Prospects for Protecting News Content Under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act,” Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law, Vol. 3, No. 1 (2012), pp 202-42.

Dr. Ana Garner

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Dr. Robert Fox

Dr. Doris Walker-Dalhouse

Dr. Laura Ellwein

Grant: $6,250, “Behavior Clinic: A Home-Based, Child Management Program for Low-Income Families,” U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Grant: $6,250, “Behavior Clinic: A Home-Based, Child Management Program for Low-Income Families,” U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Grant: $6,250, “Behavior Clinic: A Home-Based, Child Management Program for Low-Income Families,” U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Published: “Behavior Problems in Young Children from Low-Income Families: The Development of a New Screening Tool,” Infant Mental Health Journal, Vol. 33, No. 1 ( January/ February 2012), pp 82-94, with doctoral student C.A. Holtz. Presented: “Behavior Clinic: Treatment Outcomes in a HomeBased Mental Health Program for Toddlers and Preschoolers,” Interdisciplinary Pediatric Behavioral Health Research Conference, Milwaukee, February 2012.

Published: “The Promise of an Alternate Perspective: Viewing Struggling Readers Through a SocioCultural Research Lens,” Yearbook of the Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers, (2011), pp 187-203, with Victoria Risko and Aileen Arragones. Published: Be That Teacher! Breaking the Cycle for Struggling Readers, (2012), Teachers College Press, with Victoria Risko. Published: “Using Informative Assessments for Effective Literacy Practices,” Literacy Research, Practice and Evaluation, (2012), E.T. Ortlieb and E.H. Cheeks (editors), pp 197‑219, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, with Victoria Risko.

Presented: “Translating NearInfrared Spectroscopy Tissue Oxygenation Data for Computation Modeling of Aortic and Peripheral Hemodynamics,” International Conference on Engineering Frontiers in Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease, Palo Alto, Calif., May 2012, with M. Samyn, Michael Danduran, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences, Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences and Dr. John LaDisa, Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Professor

Dr. Kevin A. Tate Assistant Professor

Presented: “How Well Do We Understand our Clients’ Experience? Development of the Conceptualization of Group Dynamics Inventory,” with E. Torres Rivera and A. Puig; Presented: “Groups as a Platform for Social Change: Base communities, Liberation Theology, and Liberation Psychology,” with E. Torres Rivera; Association for Specialists in Group Work Conference, Albuquerque, N.M., February 2012. Awarded: Emerging Scholar Award, (Association for Specialists in Group Work), Albuquerque, N.M., February 2012.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL POLICY AND LEADERSHIP

Dr. Daradirek “Gee” Ekachai

Dr. Daradirek “Gee” Ekachai Chair and Associate Professor

Presented: “Content Analysis of Fortune 500 Social Media Policies,” International Public Relations Research Conference, Miami, March 8-10, 2012, with graduate student David Brinker.

Linda Menck

Professional in Residence

Awarded: Scripps Howard Journalism Entrepreneurship Institute Fellow, (Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication), Arizona State University, Phoenix, Jan. 4-8, 2012.

Dr. James (Jim) Pokrywczynski Associate Professor

Presented: “Event Marketing Sponsorship Impact: A Test of Congruency and Engagement in an Ethnic Festival Context,” American Academy of Advertising Annual Conference, Myrtle Beach, S.C., March 15-18, 2012, with graduate student David Brinker.

College of Education

Dr. Kathleen Clark Associate Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Jeff Snell, Special Adviser to the President, Office of the President.

Awarded: Way Klingler Teaching Enhancement Award, March 2012, with Dr. Maura Moyle, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, College of Health Sciences.

Dr. Jennifer Maney

Dr. Jody Jessup-Anger

Dr. William Henk Dean and Professor

Institutional Director of the Greater Milwaukee Catholic Education Consortium

Grant: $48,500, “Catholic Schools Educational Effectiveness Evaluation,” P-ANON. Grant: $5,000, “Educational Effectiveness Pilot Survey,” Catholic Community Foundation.

DEPARTMENT OF COUNSELOR EDUCATION AND COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY Dr. Lisa Edwards Associate Professor

Presented: see entry for Dr. Paula Papanek, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences.

Assistant Professor

Published: “Examining How Residential Colleges Inspire the Life of the Mind,” Review of Higher Education, Vol. 35, No. 3 (Spring 2012), pp 431-62. Published: “Exploring LivingLearning Communities as a Venue for Men’s Identity Construction,” Journal of College and University Student Housing, Vol. 39, No. 1 (2012), pp 162-74, with graduate student Brianne Johnson and Matthew Wawrzynski.

Dr. Francesca Lopez Assistant Professor

Awarded: Way Klingler Young Scholar Award, March 2012.

Dr. William Pink Professor

Published: Schools for Marginalized Youth: An International Perspective, (2012), Hampton Press.

Associate Professor

INSTITUTE FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF LEARNING Dr. Howard Fuller

Director and Distinguished Professor

Grant: $195,700, “Charter School Policy Support,” City of Milwaukee. Grant: $150,000, “2012 Milwaukee Summer Reading Program,” Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation. Grant: $150,000, “Institute for the Transformation of Learning Operations,” Fleck Foundation. Grant: $25,000, “Milwaukee Summer Reading Project,” Greater Milwaukee Foundation. Grant: $15,000, “Howard Fuller Biography,” Joyce Foundation. Grant: $15,000, “Howard Fuller Biography,” Fleck Foundation. Grant: $10,000, “Milwaukee Summer Reading Project,” Miller Park Stadium District Community Program, Inc.

College of Engineering Dr. Robert Bishop Opus Dean

Grant: $25,000, “ALHAT Navigation and Morpheus Development,” 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. Grant: $38,750, “Southeastern Wisconsin Center for Economic Development,” Economic Development Agency.

DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Dr. Carolyne Albert

ARRT Postdoctoral Fellow

Presented: see entry for Dr. Jeffrey M. Toth, Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Dr. Scott Beardsley Assistant Professor

Awarded: Way Klingler Young Scholar Award, March 2012.

Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr. Jay Goldberg

Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Health Care Technologies Management Grant: $21,859, “Multidisciplinary Team-Based Design Education to Create Biomedical Engineering Innovators,” National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Gerald Harris

Professor and Director of the Biomedical Engineering/Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Engineering Center

Grant: $76,200, “An Exotendon Prosthesis to Improve Walking for Lower Limb Amputees (1R41MD007138-01A1),” National Institutes of Health. Grant: $66,696, “Shriners Research II,” Shriners Hospital for Children. Published: “Postoperative Foot and Ankle Kinematics in Rheumatoid Arthritis,” with K. Canseco, C. Albert, alumnus J. Long, M. Khazzam and R. Marks, pp 233-38; Published: “Implications of Arm Restraint on Lower Extremity Kinectics During Gait,” with alumnus J. Long, J. Groner, D. Eastwood, T. Dillingham and P. Grover, pp 200-06; Published: “A Model for the Evaluation of Lower Extremity Kinematics with Integrated Multisegmental Foot Motion,” with alumnus J. Long and M. Wang, pp 239-44; Published: “Motion Analysis of the Upper Extremities During Loftstrand Crutch-Assisted Gait in Children with Orthopaedic Disabilities,” with B. Slavens, N. Bhagchandani, M. Wang and P. Smith, pp 218-27; Published: “Analysis of Push-Off Power During Locomotion in Children with Type 1 Osteogenesis Imperfecta,” with J. Krzak, A. Graf, A. Flanagan, A. Caudill and P. Smith, pp 195-99; Published: “Upper Extremity Joint Dynamics During Walker Assisted Gait: A Quantitative Approach Towards Rehabilitative Intervention,” with K. Konop, K. Strifling, J. Krzak and A. Graf, pp 213-17; Published: “Current Research and Clinical Applications in Human Motion Analysis,” with K. Kuo, pp 193-94; Journal of Experimental and Clinical Medicine, Vol. 3, No. 5 (2011). Published: “Biomechanics,” Biomedical Engineering Education and Advanced Bioengineering Learning: Interdisciplinary Concepts, (2012), Ziad O. Abu-Faraj (editor), IGI Global, pp 284-338, with Brooke Slavens. Published: “Upper Extremity Kinematics in Children with Spinal Cord Injury During Wheelchair Mobility,” with alumna B. Slavens, A. Paul, A. Graf, A. Krzak and L. Vogel, pp 79-80; Published: “Assessing Spinal Motion at Different Fusion

Levels in Adolescents with Idiopathic Scoliosis,” with S. Hassani, A. Graf, J. Krzak, K. Hammerberg, P. Sturm, P. Gupta and M. Riordan, pp 163-64; Published: “Segmental Kinematic Assessment of Pediatric Pes Planovalgus with Radiographic Skeletal Indexing,” with K. Konop, alumnus J. Long, J. Krzak and A. Graf, pp 179-80; Published: “Foot and Ankle Motion Analysis Using Dynamic Radiographic (Fluoroscopic) Imaging,” with graduate research assistant Ben McHenry and alumnus J. Long, pp 181-82; Proceedings of the Galt and Clinical Movement Analysis Society, ( January 2012). Published: “Comprehensive Review of the Functional Outcome Evaluation of Clubfoot Treatment: A Preferred Methodology,” Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics B, Vol. 21, No. 1 ( January 2012), pp 20-27, with A. Graf, K. Wu, P. Smith, K. Kuo and J. Krzak. Published: “Multisegmental Foot and Ankle Motion Analysis After Hallux Valgus Surgery,” Foot and Ankle International, Vol 31. No. 2 (2012), pp 141-47, with alumnus J. Long, K. Canseco, T. Smedberg and R. Marks. Published: “Long-Term Follow Up of Van Nes Rotationplasty for Proximal Focal Femoral Deficiency,” Proceedings of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, (2012), paper 337, with H. Altiok, J. Ackman, A. Flanagan, M. Peer, A. Graf, J. Krzak and S. Hassani. Presented: “Research Opportunities in Rehabilitation Research,” Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, May 18, 2012. Presented: see entry for Dr. Jeffrey M. Toth, Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Dr. Dean Jeutter Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Stephen Guastello, Department of Psychology, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

Dr. John LaDisa

Assistant Professor

Grant: $28,345, “Next-Generation Visualization of Data and CFD Results,” Medical College of Wisconsin. Published: “A Novel Coupled Experimental and Computational Approach to Quantify Deleterious Hemodynamics, Vascular Alterations, and Mechanisms of Long-Term Morbidity in Response to Aortic Coarctation,” Journal of Pharmacological Toxicological Methods, Vol. 65, No. 1 ( January 2012), pp 18-28, with doctoral students Arjun Menon, David C. Wendell and Hongfeng Wang, Dr. Thomas J. Eddinger, Department of Biological Sciences, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Jeffrey M. Toth, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Dholakia J. Ronak, Paul M. Larsen and Eric S. Jensen. Published: “Optimization of Cardiovascular Stent Design Using Computational Fluid Dynamics,” Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, Vol. 134, No.1 ( January 2012), doi:10.1115/1.4005542, with graduate student Timothy J. Gundert, Alison L. Marsden and Weiguang Yang.

Dr. John LaDisa

Presented: “Hemodialysis, Stenosis and Chronic Kidney Disease: An Engineer’s Perspective,” and “Stent Architecture/Design — Does it Matter for Restenosis?” Lifeline Vascular Access 2012 Physician Operators Forum, Denver, April 14, 2012. Presented: see entry for Dr. Laura Ellwein, Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Dr. Robert Scheidt Associate Professor

Grant: $283,219, “Control of Arm Posture and Movement Following Stroke,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. Tina Stoeckmann, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences.

Dr. Brian Schmit Professor

Grant: $8,505, “Graduate Research Fellowship,” Medical College of Wisconsin. Published: see entry for Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences. Published: see entries for Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences. Presented: see entry for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences.

Dr. Jeffrey M. Toth Adjunct Professor

Published: “Don’t Argue with the Members,” The American Sociologist, Vol. 43, No. 1 (December 2011), pp 85-98, with Jaber F. Gubrium and Dr. James A. Holstein, Department of Social and Cultural Sciences, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Published: “Narrative Practice and the Transformation of Interview Subjectivity,” pp 27-43; and “The Complexity of the Craft,” pp 1-8; Sage Handbook of Interview Research, (2012), J. Gubrium, J. Holstein, A. Marvasti and K. McKinney (editors), Sage Publications, Inc. Published: see entry for Dr. John LaDisa, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Presented: “Bone Material Properties In Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) — A Strategy To Improve Rehabilitative Care,” Great Lakes Biomedical Conference, Milwaukee, April 20, 2012, with research assistant John Jameson, postdoctoral fellow Dr. Carolyne Albert, Department of Biomedical Engineering, and Dr. Gerald Harris, Department of Biomedical Engineering.

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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL, CONSTRUCTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Dr. Christopher Foley Chair and Professor

Grant: $5,859, “Experimental Determination of the Pull-Out Strength of Cast-In Lifting Inserts in Precast Hollow-Core Plank,” Spancrete.

Dr. Daniel Zitomer

Professor and Director of the Water Quality Center

Grant: see entry for Dr. Michael Switzenbaum, College of Engineering. Grant: see entry for Dr. Jon Koch, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING Dr. Ronald Brown

Associate Professor and Director of GasDay Presented: see entry for Dr. Farrokh Nourzad, Department of Economics, College of Business Administration.

Dr. George Corliss Professor

Grant: $500, “Investigation and Design of a Golf Club Grip Pressure Sensor Module,” First Coast Golf Academy. Presented: see entry for Dr. Farrokh Nourzad, Department of Economics, College of Business Administration.

Dr. Michael Johnson

Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies

Grant: $8,000, “EAGER: AcousticArticulator Modeling for Pronunciation Analysis,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Jeffrey Berry, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, College of Health Sciences. Published: see entry for Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences.

Dr. Fabien Josse Professor

Grant: $45,342, “Enhancements of Fiber Optics Current Sensors for Metering Application,” University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Grant: $25,000, “Guided SHSurface Acoustic Wave Chemical Sensor for Monitoring BTEX and TPH Contaminants in Aqueous Environments,” Chevron Corporation.

Dr. James Richie Associate Professor

Published: “Application of Spatial Bandwidth Concepts to MAS Pole Location for Dielectric Cylinders,” IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol. 59, No. 12 (December 2011), pp 4861-64.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Dr. John Borg

Associate Professor

Grant: $149,923, “Penetration of Granular Earth Materials: A MultiScale Physics-Based Approach toward Developing a Greater Understanding of Dynamically Loaded Heterogeneous Systems,” U.S. Department of Defense.

Dr. S. Scott Goldsborough Adjunct Assistant Professor

Grant: $40,627, “A 60% Efficient ICRE-Operating Cycle Analysis Utilizing State-of-the-Art Simulation Software,” Energy Transition Technology, Inc.

Dr. Jon Koch

Assistant Professor

Grant: $99,752, “Pyrolysis of Wastewater Biosolids,” Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, with Dr. Daniel Zitomer, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. Grant: $12,640, “Investigation of Ultra-Low NOx Burners,” Gas Technology Institute.

Published: “Kruppel-Like Factor 7 Engineered for Transcriptional Activation Promotes Axon Regeneration in the Adult Corticospinal Tract,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 109, No. 19 (May 2012), pp 7517-22, with postdoctoral fellow Dr. Zimei Wang, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Jessica K. Lerch, Dario Motti, Yi Ping Zhang, Christopher B. Shields, Jae K. Lee, Jeffrey L. Goldberg, Vance P. Lemmon and John L. Bixby.

Dr. William Cullinan

Dr. Paul Gasser

Grant: $102,354, “Fleet Truck Study — Main Project,” Electric Power Research Institute.

Dean

Published: “Forebrain Origins of Glutamatergic Innervation to the Rat Paraventricular Nucleus: Differential Inputs to Anterior vs. Posterior Subregions,” Journal of Comparative Neurology, Vol. 519, No. 7 (2011), pp 1301-19, with Y.M. Ulrich-Lai, K.R. Jones, D.R. Ziegler and J.P. Herman.

DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Dr. David Baker

Associate Chair and Professor

Grant: $285,554, “GCs, CRF and Stressor Induced Relapse,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. John Mantsch, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Grant: $28,906, “GCs, CRF and Stressor Induced Relapse,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. John Mantsch, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Published: see entry for Dr. John Mantsch, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Presented: “Probing Outside of the Synapse to Understand and Treat Psychiatric Disorders,” University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, Memphis, Tenn., March 2012. Presented: “Thinking Outside the Cleft To Understand and Treat Psychiatric Disorders,” Annual Meeting of the Southwest Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Pittsburgh, April 2012. Presented: “Probing Outside of the Synapse to Understand and Treat Psychiatric Disorders,” Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Chicago, May 2012, with Dr. Douglas Lobner, Department of Biomedical Sciences.

Dr. Murray Blackmore Assistant Professor

Grant: $133,619, “Functional Testing of Regeneration Associated Genes in Spinal Cord Injury,” Craig H. Neilsen Foundation.

Dr. April Harkins Assistant Professor

Awarded: Wisconsin Board Service Award, (American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science), La Crosse, Wis., April 11, 2012.

Associate Professor

College of Health Sciences

Professor

DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE

Dr. SuJean Choi

Grant: $29,207, “Appetite: Serotonin and Corticotropin Releasing Factor,” National Institutes of Health. Published: “Distribution of Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase-Activating Polypeptide Receptor and System xc- mRNA Expression in the Hypothalamus: Potential Functional Implications,” with graduate assistant Jon Resch, A.K. Gerhardt, A.E. Hourigan and X. Liu; Published: “Contribution of System xc- In Binge Eating Behavior;” Society of Neuroscience, (May 2012).

Dr. Richard Marklin

Presented: “Negative Affect and Addiction,” Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, May 2012, with Dr. Paul Gasser, Department of Biomedical Sciences.

Assistant Professor

Presented: “Glucocorticoid-Sensitive Monoamine Transport: Contribution to Cocaine Relapse Vulnerability,” Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Chicago, December 2011. Presented: see entry for Dr. Robert Wheeler, Department of Biomedical Sciences.

Dr. Douglas Lobner Professor

Presented: see entry for Dr. David Baker, Department of Biomedical Sciences.

Dr. Khadijah Makky

Clinical Assistant Professor

Presented: “Is It Genetics or Is It Exposure to the Sun?” 2012 Case Studies in Science Summer Workshop, The University at Buffalo, Buffalo, N.Y., May 18, 2012.

Dr. John Mantsch Chair and Professor

Grant: $54,180, “Minority Supplement: GCs, CRF and StressorInduced Relapse,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: see entries for Dr. David Baker, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Published: “I-tetrahydropalamatine: A Potential New Medication for the Treatment of Cocaine Addiction,” Future Medicinal Chemistry, Vol. 4, No. 2 (February 2012), pp 177-86, with J.B. Wang. Published: “Cannabinoid Receptor Involvement in Stress-Induced Cocaine Reinstatement: Potential Interaction with Noradrenergic Pathways,” Neuroscience, Vol. 204 (March 2012), pp 117-24, with O. Vranjkovic, G. Stroh, M. Lacourt, M. Kreutter, C.J. Hillard and Dr. Linda Vaughn, Department of Biomedical Sciences.

Dr. Linda Laatsch

Chair and Associate Professor

Dr. David Baker

Published: “Beta Adrenergic Receptor Mediation of Stress-Induced Reinstatement of Extinguished Cocaine-Induced Conditioned Place Preference in Mice: Roles for Beta-1 and Beta-2 Adrenergic Receptors,” Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, (May 2012), doi: 10.1124/jpet.112.193615, with O. Vranjkovic, S. Hang and Dr. David Baker, Department of Biomedical Sciences.

Dr. Robert Peoples Professor

Presented: “A Novel AlcoholSensitive Site in the M3 Domain of the NMDA Receptor GluN2A Subunit,” with H. Ren; Presented: “A Site of Alcohol Action at the NMDA Receptor M3-M4 Domain Interface,” with graduate assistant Yuilin Zhao, H. Ren and D.S. Dwyer; Annual Meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism, San Francisco, June 2012.

Published: “Restoring Functional Status: A Long-Term Case Report of Severe Lung and Ventilatory Muscle Pump Dysfunction Involving Recurrent Bacterial Pneumonias,” Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal, Vol. 23, No. 2 (May 2012), pp 5-12, with R.J. Lipchik and Dr. Dennis Sobush, Department of Physical Therapy. Awarded: Wisconsin Board Service Award, (American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science), La Crosse, Wis., April 11, 2012. Awarded: Omicron Sigma State Level Award, (American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science), La Crosse, Wis., April 11, 2012. Participated: “Discover Medical Laboratory Science” panel, National Clinical Laboratory Educator’s Conference, Salt Lake City, February 2012.

Dr. Cecelia Landin

Clinical Assistant Professor

Presented: “Getting Current On Instrumentation to Charge up Your Curriculum,” Clinical Laboratory Educators Conference, Salt Lake City, Feb. 24, 2012.

Dr. Linda Vaughn Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. John Mantsch, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Presented: “Modern Plagues: Addiction, Obesity and Stress,” Winter Refresher Course, Medical College of Wisconsin Continuing Education Program, Pewaukee, Wis., February 2012. Presented: “Modern Plagues: Addiction, Obesity and Stress,” Wisconsin Academy of Physician Assistants Spring Conference, Lake Geneva, Wis., March 2012.

Dr. Zimei Wang

Postdoctoral Fellow

Published: see entry for Dr. Murray Blackmore, Department of Biomedical Sciences.

Dr. Robert Wheeler Assistant Professor

Grant: $296,183, “The Neural Regulation of Negative Affect in a New Model of Cocaine Seeking,” National Institutes of Health. Published: “Catecholamines in the Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis Reciprocally Respond to Reward and Aversion,” Biological Psychiatry, Vol. 71. No. 4. (February 2012), pp 327-34, with J. Park, K. Fontillas, R.B. Keithley, R.M. Carelli and R.M. Wightman.

Dr. April Harkins

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY Dr. Emilie Aubert

Adjunct Associate Professor

Presented: “Wrongful Life: Individuals, Families, and Society Conflicted Over Beginning of Life Ethical Dilemmas,” Aurora Visiting Nurses Association, Milwaukee, March 22, 2012.

Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement Associate Professor

Published: see entries for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy. Presented: “Corticomotor Excitability During a Noxious Stimulus and After Exercise in Women with Fibromyalgia,” American Pain Society Annual Meeting, Honolulu, May 2012, with A. Weyer, postdoctoral fellow Dr. Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy, and Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy. Presented: “Pain Relief in Older Adults Following Static Exercise is Not Task Dependent,” American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, May 2012, with graduate student Kathy Lemley, B. Drewek, L. Miller and Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy. Presented: see entries for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy.

Elizabeth Burns

Adjunct Assistant Profesor

Presented: see entry for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy. Presented: see entry for Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy.

Michael Danduran Adjunct Instructor

Presented: see entry for Dr. Laura Ellwein, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering.

Kelly Dione

Project Coordinator

Presented: see entry for Dr. Paula Papanek, Department of Physical Therapy.

Christopher Geiser

Clinical Assistant Professor and Athletic Training Director

Presented: “Current Understanding of ACL Injury Mechanisms and Prevention,” Wisconsin Athletic Trainers Associations Annual Meeting, Oconomowoc, Wis., April 21, 2012.

Dr. Sandra Hunter Associate Professor

Published: “Supraspinal Fatigue Impedes Recovery From a LowIntensity Sustained Contraction in Old Adults,” Journal of Applied Physiology, Vol. 112, No. 5 (March 2012), pp 849-58, with Dr. Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy, research assistant Bonnie Schlinder-Delap and M.L. Keller. Published: “Sex Differences in Marathon Performance With Advanced Age: Nature or Nurture?” with A.A. Stevens, p S579; Published: “Cognitive Demand Increases Muscle Fatigability of the Elbow Flexor Muscles in Young and Old Adults,” with H.M. Pereira, V. Spears, Dr. Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy and research assistant Bonnie Schindler-Delap, p S127; Published: “Sex Differences in Fatigue During Dynamic Contractions Differs Between Arm and Leg Muscles,” with Dr. Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy, J. Senefeld and Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, Department of Physical Therapy, p S97; Published: “Age Differences in Fatigue During Dynamic Contractions in Arm and Leg Muscles,” with Dr. Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy and Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, Department of Physical Therapy, p S97; Published: “Pain Relief in Older Adults Following Static Contractions is Not Task-Dependent,” with doctoral student Kathy Lemley and Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, Department of Physical Therapy, p S457; Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Vol. 44, No. 5 (May 2012). Published: see entry for Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy. Presented: “Impairments in Isometric Force Regulation of the Hip Flexors Post Stroke and the Relationship Function,” American Physical Therapy Combined Sections Meeting, Chicago, February 2012, with Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering, Elizabeth Burns, Department of Physical Therapy, graduate student Kiersten Kirking, graduate assistant Henry Kuhnen and Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy.

Presented: “Cognitive Demand Increases Muscle Fatigability of the Elbow Flexor Muscles in Young and Old Adults,” with H.M. Pereira, V. Spears, research assistant Bonnie Schlinder-Delap and Dr. Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy; Presented: “Sex Differences in Marathon Performance with Advanced Age: Nature or Nurture?” with A.A. Stevens; Presented: “Sex Differences In Fatigue During Dynamic Contractions Differs Between Arm And Leg Muscles,” and “Age Differences in Fatigue during Dynamic Contractions in Arm and Leg Muscles, with J. Senefeld, Dr. Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy, Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, Department of Physical Therapy; American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, May 2012. Presented: see entries for Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy. Presented: see entries for Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, Department of Physical Therapy.

Dr. Allison Hyngstrom Assistant Professor

Published: Stroke-Related Changes in Neuromuscular Fatigue of the Hip Flexors and Functional Implications,” Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Vol. 91, No. 1 ( January 2012), pp 33-42, with T. Onushko, R.P. Heitz, A. Rutkowski, Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy and Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Published: “Push-Pull Control of Motor Output,” Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 32, No. 13 (March 2012), pp 4592-99, with Marin Manuel, C.J. Heckman and Dr. Michael Johnson, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering. Presented: “Impairments in Low Level Force Control of Paretic Hip Flexors Are Associated With Clinical Measurements of Function,” Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association Spring Meeting, Pewaukee, Wis., April 2012, with graduate student Kiersten Kirking, graduate assistant Henry Kuhnen, Elizabeth Burns, Department of Physical Therapy, Evangelos Christou, Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering, and Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy. Presented: “Motor Unit Behavior Following Fatigue in Stroke Survivors,” Cellular and Network Functions in the Spinal Cord, Madison, Wis., May 2012, with F. Negro, graduate assistant Henry Kuhnen, K. Keenan, D. Farina, Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering, and Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy.

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Dr. Danille Parker

Clinical Assistant Professor and Co-Director of Clinical Education

Dr. Guy Simoneau

Dr. Luther C. Kloth Professor Emeritus

Published: “Optimum Micro-Current Stimulation Intensity for Galvanotaxis in Human Fibroblasts,” Journal of Wound Care, Vol. 21, No. 1 ( January 2012), pp 5-11. Published: “E-Stimulation: An Effective Modality to Facilitate Wound Healing,” Today’s Wound Clinic, Vol. 6, No. 4 (May 2012), pp 28-32. Awarded: Evonne Fowler Founder’s Award, (Wound Healing Society), Atlanta, April 19, 2012.

Dr. Laurie B. Kontney

Clinical Associate Professor and Co-Director of Clinical Education

Presented: “How to Use the Clinical Performance Instrument in Practice,” St. Luke’s Medical Center, Milwaukee, Feb. 27, 2012, with Dr. Danille Parker, Department of Physical Therapy. Presented: “Applying Jurisprudence to Clinical Practice,” Southeast District Meeting of the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association, Pewaukee, Wis., March 13, 2012. Presented: “Applying Jurisprudence to Clinical Practice,” Aurora Healthcare, Milwaukee, March 22, 2012. Presented: “Tangible and Intangible Benefits of Clinical Education for the Intern, Facility and School,” Annual Wisconsin Clinical Education Consortium Conference, Concordia University, Milwaukee, March 23, 2012. Presented: “Scorebuilders National Examination Preparatory Course for PTAs,” Northern Wisconsin Technical College, Green Bay, Wis., March 2012. Presented: “Clinical Decision Making: From Novice to Expert Practice,” HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern Arizona, Tucson, Ariz., April 6, 2012. Presented: “Clinical Decision Making: From Novice to Expert Practice,” Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association Spring Conference, Milwaukee, April 20, 2012. Presented: “Scorebuilders National Examination Preparatory Course for PTAs,” Ivy Technical College, Gary, Ind., April 2012.

Presented: “The American Physical Therapy Association’s Clinical Instructor Education and Credentialing Program,” University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison Wis., May 2012. Presented: see entry for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy. Appointed: Working group to revise the American Physical Therapy Association’s Combined Sections Meeting, Board of Directors of the American Physical Therapy Association, Spring 2012. Organized: Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association 2012 Spring Conference, Waukesha, Wis. April 19-21, with Dr. Tina Stoeckmann, Department of Physical Therapy. Elected: Delegate of the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association, American Physical Therapy Association House of Delegates, Tampa, Fla., May 3-6, 2012.

Dr. Donald A. Neumann Professor

Organized: National Kinesiology Education Workshop, Marquette University, May 21-23, 2012. Presented: “The Kinesiology of the Upper Extremity: Focus of Treatment of Children with Cerebral Palsy and Brachial Plexus Injury,” Kenny Rogers Children’s Center, Sikeston, Mo., April 20-21, 2012.

Presented: “Fibromyalgia: PT Exam and Treatment,” Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Chicago, February 2012. Presented: “Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adults Course 1: Introduction and Examination (Tests and Measures),” Fox Rehabilitation, Cherry Hill, N.J., February 2012. Presented: “Exercise Prescription in the Older Adult,” Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association Spring Conference, Waukesha, Wis., April 2012. Presented: “Functional Aging Assessment: Utilizing Functional Outcome Measures to Provide a Comprehensive Physical Therapy Assessment,” Physical Therapy Continuing Education Course, Milwaukee, April 2012. Presented: “Professional Behaviors and Learning: CI and Student Interaction,” Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital, Lake Forest, Ill., May 2012.

Presented: see entry for Dr. Laurie B. Kontney, Department of Physical Therapy.

Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens Assistant Professor

Grant: $115,334, “Supraspinal Contributions to Locomotor Control and Recovery after Stroke,” National Institutes of Health. Published: “The Effect of Movement Rate and Complexity on Functional Magnetic Resonance Signal Change During Pedaling,” Motor Control, Vol. 16, No. 2 (April 2012), pp 158-75, with J.P. Mehta, M.D. Verber, research technician Jon Wieser, and Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Published: “Reciprocal Inhibition Post-Stroke is Related to Reflex Excitability and Movement Ability,” Clinical Neurophysiology, (May 2012), PMID: 22613030, with N. Bhagchandani.

The five largest grants

reported by Marquette University Office of Research and Sponsored Programs from December 2011 to May 2012 totaled more than $4.3 million.

Dr. William Lobb $2,373,765 from the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services to provide dental services to special needs and underserved populations, as well as educational experiences for School of Dentistry students, residents, faculty and staff involving underserved areas and populations. See p. 19.

T Ullrich $623,347 from the U.S. Department of Education to fund Upward Bound, which provides a comprehensive year-round program of campus-based services to approximately 150 high school 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 $580,528 from The Trinity Foundation of Wisconsin, Inc. to fund the Burke Scholars Program, which annually provides four-year, full-tuition scholarships to 10 academically talented Wisconsin high school seniors who exhibit leadership that reflects exceptional commitment to the community. See p. 20.

Chair and Professor

Stacy Barnes Dr. Jadwiga Hjertstedt

Dr. Paula Papanek

$361,873 from the Bureau of Health Professions to fund the Wisconsin Geriatric Education Center, which seeks to ensure that older adults throughout Wisconsin achieve optimal personal health and have access to quality health care, provided by trained professionals who are proficient in state-of-the-art geriatric care. Project partners include Aurora Health Care, Medical College of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin–Madison. See p. 18.

Dr. Lawrence Pan Presented: see entry for Dr. Paula Papanek, Department of Physical Therapy.

Associate Professor

Presented: “Impact of Modified School Lunch Program on Weight Loss in a Middle School Cohort,” American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference, San Francisco, May 2012, with K. Skelton, A. Greene, T. Balke, Kelly Dione, Department of Physical Therapy, V. Rodriquez, Dr. Lisa Edwards, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology, College of Education, and Dr. Lawrence Pan, Department of Physical Therapy.

Dr. Chieu Tran $339,077 from National Institutes of Health to study polysaccharide ecocomposite materials to advance the development of innovative and improved methods for removal of pollutants; controlling, cleaning and healing hemorrhages; and delivering drugs in a nontoxic, biocompatible and biodegradable fashion suitable for external and internal applications. See p. 1.

Presented: “Supraspinal Contributions to Upper and Lower Limb Motor Control and Recovery After Stroke — An fMRI Study,” Milwaukee Regional Research Forum, Wauwatosa, Wis., December 2011, with M.J. Johnson, S. Kamara, J. Wang and S. Bao. Presented: “Evidence Based Practice for the Pediatric Clinician,” Naperville-Aurora School District, Naperville, Ill., Jan. 13, 2012. Presented: “Pedaling Related Brain Activity in Health and Disease,” University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Feb. 14, 2012. Presented: “Evidence Based Practice for the Pediatric Physical Therapist,” Cooperative Association for Special Education, Glen Ellyn, Ill., March 3, 2012. Presented: see entry for Dr. Laura Ellwein, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering.

Dr. Guy Simoneau Professor

Published: “The Way Ahead,” Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, Vol. 42, No.1 ( January 2012), pp 3-4. Published: “Managing Knee Injuries: Keeping Up with Changes,” Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, Vol. 42, No. 3 (March 2012), pp 150-52, with K.E. Wilk. Published: “The Challenge of Return to Sports for Patients PostACL Reconstruction,” with K.E. Wilk, pp 300-01; Published: “Award Winners Emphasize Movement, Conservative Interventions,” Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, Vol. 42, No. 4 (April 2012), pp 302-03. Presented: “A Model for Hip Evaluation” and “Diagnostic Accuracy of Clinical Tests for Shoulder Pathologies,” and “Evaluation and Treatment of Common Hip and Knee Disorders,” MaisFysio, Rio de Janeiro, March 2012. Presented: “The Shoulder: An Evidence Based Course,” MaisFysio, Sao Paulo, March 2012. Presented: “2012 Kaleckas Lecture,” Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, April 2, 2012. Presented: “Movement and Control of the Scapula During Arm Elevation;” Presented: “My Experience as Editor of JOSPT and the Importance of JOSPT in Rehabilitation;” Presented: “Anterior Knee Pain in Distance Running;” II Congreso Internacional de Kinesiologia del Deporte, Santiago, Chile, May 2012.

Dr. Dennis C. Sobush Associate Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Linda Laatsch, Department of Clinical Laboratory Science, College of Health Sciences. Presented: “Cultural Considerations in the Ethics of Clinical Practice by Rehabilitation Professionals,” Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Milwaukee, March 13, 2012.

Dr. Tina Stoeckmann

Clinical Associate Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Robert Scheidt, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Presented: “Ethical Considerations in Refreshing Care: Liberty or Suicide?” Continuing Education Course, Milwaukee, March 10, 2012. Presented: “Keeping Secrets: Confidentiality, Disclosure, and the Duty to Report,” Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association Spring Conference, Waukesha, Wis., April 21, 2012. Organized: see entry for Dr. Laurie B. Kontney, Department of Physical Therapy.

Dr. Tejin Yoon

Postdoctoral Fellow

Published: see entries for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy.

Dr. Jeffrey Berry

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDIES

DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY

DeAnn Ceelen

Sue Berman

Clinical Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of Clinical Education

Presented: “Teach Me How to Precept,” Wisconsin Academy of Physician Assistants Spring Conference, Lake Geneva, Wis., March 28, 2012, with Jean Fischer, Department of Physician Assistant Studies.

Jean Fischer

Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education

Presented: see entry for DeAnn Ceelen, Department of Physician Assistant Studies.

Patrick J. Loftis

Clinical Assistant Professor

Published: “Myocardial Ischemia,” Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants online edition, (December 2011). Published: “Myocardial Infraction,” Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants online edition, ( January 2012). Published: “Hypothermia,” Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants online edition, (February 2012). Published: “ECG Changes from Medications,” Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants online edition, (March 2012). Published: “Pericarditis,” Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants online edition, (April 2012).

Mary Jo Wiemiller

Chair and Clinical Assistant Professor

Grant: $9,000, “Marquette University Aurora Health Care Post Graduate Physician Assistant Emergency Medicine Program,” Aurora Health Care.

Clinical Instructor

Presented: see entries for Dr. Brenda Gorman, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology.

Dr. Jeffrey Berry Assistant Professor

Grant: $10,000, “Speech Adaptation in Dysarthria: Effects of Real Time Articulatory Resynthesis,” American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Grant: see entry for Dr. Michael Johnson, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering. Presented: “Perceptual Accommodation for Talker Idiosyncrasies in Speaking Rate Variation,” with research assistant Emily Isaksson; Presented: “Articulatory-Acoustic Relationships During Vocalic Diadochokinesis,” with undergraduate student Scott Palahniuk, graduate student Maggie Leisten and research assistant Tara Bockrath; Wisconsin SpeechLanguage Pathology and Audiology Association Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, February 2012.

Dr. Brenda Gorman Assistant Professor

Published: “Nonword Repetition and Interactions Among Vocabulary, Phonotactic Probability, and Phonological Awareness in Four Linguistic Groups,” International Journal of Bilingualism, (April 2012), doi: 10.1177/1367006912438303, with Sue Ann S. Lee. Published: “Relationships Between Vocabulary Size, Working Memory, and Phonological Awareness Skills in Spanish-Speaking English Language Learners,” American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, Vol. 21 (May 2012), pp 109–123.

Published: see entry for Dr. Gene Laczniak, Department of Marketing, College of Business Administration. Presented: “Response to Intervention Targeting Language and Literacy in Dual-Language Learners,” Annual Meeting of the Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association, Milwaukee, February 2012, with Sue Berman, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. Presented: “RTI with Dual-Language Learners: Lessons Learned for Preschool Language and Literacy Intervention,” Wisconsin SpeechLanguage Pathology and Audiology Professional Association Conference, Milwaukee, February 2012, with Sue Berman, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. Awarded: Top Bilingual SpeechLanguage Pathology Clinical Success (Grupo Lingua, LLC), Chicago, Spring 2012, with graduate student Carolina Zuniga Solarte.

Wendy Krueger Clinical Instructor

Presented: “The Musical Key: Therapy With a Minimally-Verbal Child With Autism,” Annual Meeting of the Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association, Milwaukee, February 2012, with undergraduate students Scott Palahniuk and Kelly Maffei.

Dr. Steven Long

Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies

Grant: $13,700, “Principles and Methods of Speech Pathology for Patients with Unintelligible Speech,” Council for International Exchange of Scholars. Published: “‘Computerized Profiling’ of Clinical Language Samples and the Issue of Time,” Assessing Grammar: The Languages of LARSP, (2012), M.J. Ball, D. Crystal and P. Fletcher (editors), pp 29-42, Multilingual Matters. Awarded: Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to study in Argentina, Spring 2012.

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Dr. Maura Moyle Associate Professor

Published: “A Comparison of AdultAnd Peer-Mediated Intervention for Autism: A Case Study,” Journal of the Pennsylvania Speech-LanguageHearing Association, (December 2011), pp 49-61, with graduate student Jessica Lahti Schumacher. Presented: “Evaluation of the Narrative Scoring Scheme for Low-Income African American Preschoolers,” University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee College of Health Sciences Research Symposium, Milwaukee, May 2012. Awarded: see entry for Dr. Kathleen Clark, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership, College of Education.

Jacqueline Podewils Clinic Coordinator

Presented: “Intensive and ConstraintInduced Aphasia Therapy,” Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Milwaukee, Jan. 13, 2012.

College of Nursing Stacy Barnes

Director of the Wisconsin Geriatric Education Center

Grant: $361,873, “Wisconsin Geriatric Education Center,” Bureau of Health Professions, with Dr. Jadwiga Hjertstedt, Department of Dental Clinical Services, School of Dentistry. Grant: $42,222, “Alzheimer’s and Dementia Education in Wisconsin,” Health Resources and Services Administration.

Dr. Abir Bekhet

Assistant Professor

Published: “The Effect of Acceptance Training on Psychological and Physical Health Outcomes in Elders with Chronic Conditions,” Journal of National Black Nurses Association, Vol. 22, No. 2 (Fall/Winter 2011), pp 11-19, with Patricia McDonald, Jaclene Zauszniewski, Laura DeHelian and Diana Morris. Published: “Developing a Screening Measure for Early Detection of Depressive Symptoms: The Depressive Cognition Scale,” Western Journal of Nursing Research, Vol. 34, No. 2 ( January 2012), pp 228-42, with Jaclene Zauszniewski. Presented: “Resourcefulness Training for Older Adults Who Relocated to Retirement Communities: Is There a Need?” International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses Annual Conference, Atlanta, March 2012, with Jaclene Zauszniewski. Presented: “Effects of Positive Cognitions and Resourcefulness on Autism Spectrum Disorder Caregivers’ Burden,” with Dr. Norah Johnson, College of Nursing, Jaclene Zauszniewski and research assistant Jiannan Zhang; Presented: “Stress and Coping in Vulnerable Populations;” Presented: “Measuring the Use of Resourcefulness Skills: Development and Testing of A New Measure,” with Jaclene Zauszniewski; Presented:

High Quality Primary Care,” Wisconsin Public Health Association and the Wisconsin Association of Local Health Departments and Boards Conference, Wisconsin Dells, Wis., May 22, 2012, with Kelly Campbell, College of Nursing, and Dr. Kristin Haglund, College of Nursing. Presented: see entry for Dr. Abir Bekhet, College of Nursing. Awarded: Outstanding Dissertation Award — Family Research Section, (Midwest Nursing Research Society), April 2012. Participated: “Autism and DSM-5: A Panel Discussion,” Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, May 2, 2012.

Law School

School of Dentistry

Alan Borsuk

Dr. William Lobb

Grant: $23,200, “Community Knowledge Journalism Project,” Faye McBeath Foundation, with Dr. Karen Slattery, Department of Broadcast and Electronic Communication, Diederich College of Communication. Grant: $1,600, “Community Knowledge Journalism,” Faye McBeath Foundation, with Dr. Erik Ugland, Diederich College of Communication.

Grant: $2,373,765, “Oral Health — Marquette Dental Services,” Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. Presented: see entry for Dr. Jose Bosio, Department of Dental Developmental Sciences. Awarded: 2012 William J. Gies Award, (American Dental Education Association), Orlando, Fla., March 19, 2012.

Dr. Mallory O’Brien

Assistant Professor of Law

Clinical Assistant Professor Dr. Maura Moyle

“Resourcefulness, Positive Cognitions and Relocation Adjustment Among Relocated Older Adults: Is There a Cultural Difference?” with Jaclene Zauszniewski; Midwest Nursing Research Society Conference, Dearborn, Mich., April 2012. Presented: “Stress and Coping: Relocation Adjustment in Older Adults,” All Saints Hospital, Milwaukee, May 7, 2012. Presented: “Cultural Comparison of Chronic Conditions, Functional Status, and Acceptance in Older African-American and White Adults,” University Hospitals Case Medical Center Nursing Research Council Poster Day and Continuing Education Conference, Cleveland, May 9, 2012, with Patricia McDonald and Jaclene Zauszniewski. Presented: “Factors Affecting Relocation Adjustment in Older Adults: Is There a Cultural Difference?” Building Bridges to Research Based Nursing Practice Conference, Milwaukee, May 10, 2012, with Jaclene Zauszniewski. Awarded: Way Klingler Young Scholar Award, March 2012. Awarded: New Investigator Award, Stress and Coping Research (Midwest Nursing Research Society), April 2012.

Dr. Ruth Ann Belknap Associate Professor

Grant: $1,944, “Sudden Deportation: Intersections of Immigration Status, Migration History and Life History of Violence in Women Who Have Been Deported from U.S. to Mexico,” Society for Psychological Study of Social Issues.

Dr. Margaret Callahan Dean and Professor

Grant: $37,500, “Curricular Enhancements in Geriatric Nursing Education,” Helen Bader Foundation, Inc. Grant: $10,000, “Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholars Program,” Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence. Grant: $9,000, “Marquette Neighborhood Health Center,” Catholic Community Foundation.

Kelly Campbell

Nurse Manager of the Marquette Neighborhood Health Center

Presented: see entry for Dr. Norah Johnson, College of Nursing.

Dr. Marilyn Frenn Associate Professor

Grant: $54,039, “Family Health Through Worksite Wellness: A Planning Grant,” Northwestern Mutual Life, with Dr. Astrida Kaugars, Department of Psychology, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

Dr. Kristin Haglund Associate Professor

Presented: see entry for Dr. Norah Johnson, College of Nursing.

Dr. Norah L. Johnson Assistant Professor

Published: “Children With Developmental Disabilities at a Pediatric Hospital: Staff Education to Prevent and Manage Challenging Behaviors,” Journal of Pediatric Nursing, (March 2012), doi:10.1016/j. pedn.2012.02.009, with J. Lashley, V. Stonek and A. Bonjour. Presented: “Supportive Family Functioning and Well-Being for Parents of Children with ASD: What Helps the Most and What Helps the Least,” Community of Practice on Autism Spectrum Disorder Developmental Disabilities Meeting, Pewaukee, Wis., March 12, 2012. Presented: “Dyadic Measures of the Parents’ Stress, Family Functioning and Health Related Quality of Life for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder” and “Effect of A Social Script iPad Application for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Undergoing Medical Imaging Procedures,” Midwest Nursing Research Society Conference, Dearborn, Mich., April 2012, with graduate students Erin Lalley and Imran Amranata, and Dr. Sheik Iqbal Ahamed, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Presented: “Transitioning New Nurses into Practice: Evaluation of A Year-Long Nursing Professional Development Program,” and “Challenging Behaviors: Parent and Hospital Staff Experience of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder,” Southeastern Wisconsin Nursing Research Building Bridges Conference, Milwaukee, May 10, 2012. Presented: “Marquette Neighborhood Health Center and Marquette University: An Academic Practice Linkage for Sustainable, Accessible,

Grant: $217,800, “National Homicide Review Training and Technical Assistance Project,” U.S. Department of Justice. Grant: $32,125l, “Violence Prevention Initiative (VIP Program),” Medical College of Wisconsin.

Dr. Marianne Weiss Associate Professor

Grant: $5,000, “Patient Perceptions of Patient-Empowering Nurse Behaviors and Patient Activation after Surgery,” Sigma Theta Tau.

College of Professional Studies Sheila Bernhardt

Senior Fellow in Law and Public Policy

Bruce Boyden

Published: “Oversharing: Facebook Discovery and the Unbearable Sameness of Internet Law,” Arkansas Law Review, Vol. 65, No. 1 (February 2012), pp 39-73.

Natalie Fleury

Program Coordinator for Dispute Resolution

Grant: $6,250, “Peer Solutions and Peacemaking,” Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, with Daniel Idzikowski. Grant: $6,250, “Peer Solutions and Peacemaking,” Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, with Daniel Idzikowski. Grant: $6,250, “Peer Solutions and Peacemaking,” Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, with Daniel Idzikowski.

Lucy Kelly

Library Assistant

Published: How to Design and Teach a Hybrid Course: Achieving StudentCentered Learning through Blended Classroom, Online and Experiential Activities, (2011), Stylus Publications.

Published: “Outcome of Clinical Nurse Specialist-Led Hyperbilirubinemia Screening of Late Preterm Newborns,” Clinical Nurse Specialist, Vol. 26, No. 3 (May/June 2012), pp 164-168, with Laura Nelson, Jennifer J. Doering and Megan Anderson. Reviewed: Wayne Moore’s “Improving Access to Legal Aid: Delivering Legal Services to LowIncome People,” Wisconsin Lawyer, (March 2012), pp 36.

Stephanie Christopher

Michael O’Hear

Adjunct Instructor

Awarded: College of Professional Studies Leadership Excellence Award, (Marquette Alumni National Awards), April 2012.

Dr. Johnette (Jay) Caulfield Associate Dean

Adjunct Instructor

Presented: “Communication Strategies for Collaborating with Researchers at Multiple Institutions,” Association of Clinical Research Professionals Global Conference, Houston, April 2012.

Graduate School Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp

Dean and Vice Provost for Research

Grant: $22,014, “Clinical and Translation Science Award (CTSA),” National Institutes of Health. Grant: see entry for Dr. Charles Wilkie, Department of Chemistry, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

Professor

Published: “Not So Sweet: Questions Raised by Sixteen Years of the PLRA and AEDPA,” Federal Sentencing Reporter, Vol. 24, No. 4 (April 2012), pp 223-28. Published: “Solving the Good-Time Puzzle: Why Following the Rules Should Get You Out of Prison Early,” Wisconsin Law Review, (2012), pp 195-236. Presented: “Are Drug Courts ‘Alternative?’” Annual Meeting of Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the American Bar Association, Washington, D.C., April 18, 2012.

Dr. David Papke Professor

Published: “Skepticism Bordering on Distrust: Family Law in the Hollywood Cinema,” Family Court Review, Vol. 50, No. 1 ( January 2012), pp 13-32.

Andrea Schneider Professor of Law

Grant: $7,995, “Research Career Development Institute for Psychiatry,” National Institutes of Health.

Dean and Professor

DEPARTMENT OF DENTAL CLINICAL SERVICES Dr. Jadwiga Hjertstedt Assistant Professor

Grant: see entry for Stacy Barnes, College of Nursing. Presented: “Improving Oral Health Literacy in the Geriatric Population,” National Oral Health Conference, Milwaukee, April 30 – May 2, 2012, with Stacy Barnes, College of Nursing, and research assistant Jennifer Sjostedt.

Dr. Christopher Okunseri

Associate Professor and Director of the Pre-Doctoral Program in Public Health

Grant: $113,154, “Neighborhood Characteristics and Adolescence Dental Visits: A Multilevel Approach,” National Institutes of Health.

DEPARTMENT OF DENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCES AND COMMUNITY HEALTH Dr. Jose Bosio

Assistant Professor

Presented: “Maxillary Lateral Incisor Agenesis in Relation to Overall Tooth Size,” 2012 American Association of Dental Research, Tampa, Fla., Feb. 21, 2012, with Dr. Thomas Bradley, Department of Dental Developmental Sciences, Dr. William Lobb, School of Dentistry, and Jessica Pruszynski. Presented: “First Permanent Molar Extractions to Preserve the Whole Dentition” and “Intraand Inter-Examiner Reliability of Clinical Anthropometry,” American Association of Orthodontists Annual Meeting, Honolulu, May 8, 2012, with Nikolay Mollov, Dr. Thomas Bradley, Department of Dental Developmental Sciences and Community Health, and Jessica Pruszynski. Awarded: 2012 Orthodontic Faculty Development Fellowship Award, (American Association of Orthodontists Foundation), April 2012. Participated: Examiner, American Board of Orthodontics, Dallas, February 2012, and St. Louis, June 2012.

Dr. Thomas Bradley

Professor and Chair; Director of Pre-Doctoral and Graduate Programs in Orthodontics Presented: see entries for Dr. Jose Bosio, Department of Dental Developmental Sciences.

Dr. Cesar Gonzalez

Associate Professor and Director of the Pre-Doctoral Program in Pediatric Dentistry Grant: $53,806, “Marquette University School of Dentistry Community Pediatric Dentistry Program,” Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services.

Dr. Dawei Liu

Associate Professor

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

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL DENTAL SCIENCES Dr. Gary L. Stafford

Chair and Assistant Professor; Director of the Pre-Doctoral Program in General Dentistry

Published: “Fluoride Varnish Application for White Spot Lesions After Orthodontic Treatment,” Evidence Based Dentistry, Vol. 12, No. 4 (December 2011), pp 104-5. Published: “A Brief Snapshot of Dental Adhesives,” Journal of the Wisconsin Dental Association, Vol. 88, No. 1 (2012), p 6.

DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC AND SURGICAL SCIENCES Dr. Andrew Dentino

Professor and Director of the Pre-Doctoral Program in Periodontics

Grant: $99,244, “Multi-Center Phase 3 Trial of Minocycline HCI 1mg Microspheres for Use in Subjects with Peri-Implantitis: Clinical and Microbiological Evaluations,” OraPharma, Inc.

Office of the President Dr. Jeff Snell

Special Adviser to the President

Grant: $50,000, “Feasibility Study of Opening a Cristo Rey Network School (CRNS) in Milwaukee,” Lynde & Harry Bradley Foundation, with Dr. Lori Bergen, Diederich College of Communication, Dr. William Henk, College of Education, and Dr. Linda Salchenberger, Office of the Provost.

A new way to submit scholarly activities to Compendium and e-Publications: The FAD Marquette University’s Faculty Activities Database (FAD) is a database utilized by full-time instructional faculty and clinical faculty members that facilitates the collection, maintenance and reporting of accurate information about professional activities and achievements associated with research, teaching and service. The Office of the Provost has invested resources in the FAD to make it easier to prepare annual faculty activity reports, thirdyear reviews, promotion and tenure dossiers, and institutional accreditation reports. The FAD also helps faculty identify opportunities for collaboration, recruit prospective graduate students and create periodic reports of faculty scholarly work. Faculty can log-in to the FAD at marquette.edu/fad. As of August 2012, full-time faculty members are able to opt in to allow the scholarly activities they enter into the FAD to also be shared with Compendium and e-Publications, meaning accomplishments only need to be entered in one place. This will include awards and honors, published intellectual contributions, presentations, professional service and any public service related to Marquette for publication in Compendium, and published intellectual contributions and presentations — for which full text is uploaded — for e-Publications. Full-time faculty need to opt in one time via the “Report Permissions” section of the FAD to share future scholarly work with Compendium and e-Publications. Faculty members may opt out at any time. If a faculty member does not opt in, his or her scholarly achievements will not be published in Compendium or e-Publications. The Office of Marketing and Communication and e-Publications will not have direct access to the FAD. The FAD system administrator, Laura MacBride, research analyst in the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment, will extract the appropriate reports and share them with OMC and e-Publications. All FAD users will be notified shortly before a Compendium or e-Publications report is pulled so they have time to enter scholarly activities they would like included and that have not yet been entered into the FAD. Part-time faculty and adjunct faculty who do not use the FAD to report scholarly activities will still be required to submit scholarly activities to Compendium and e-Publications through the online submission form, located at marquette.edu/omc/compendium.php. The form has been updated with additional fields to make it more comparable to the FAD submissions. Contact Laura MacBride, research analyst in the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment, at 8-6931 with questions about using the FAD. Contact Lynn Sheka, university communication manager in the Office of Marketing and Communication, at 8-6712 with questions about sharing scholarly information with Compendium. Contact Rose Fortier, coordinator of digital programs, at 8-1675 with questions about sharing scholarly information with e-Publications.

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RAYNOR MEMORIAL LIBRARIES Mark G. Thiel Archivist

Published: “American Indian Easter Eggs,” Whispering Wind Magazine, Vol. 40, No. 6 (2012), pp 4-6.

UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT Brien Farley Senior Writer

Wrote, Produced and Edited: “Liberty or Lies?” documentary film, aired on Milwaukee Public Television, Jan. 30 and Feb. 4, 2012. Archived: “Liberty or Lies?” documentary film, Wisconsin Historical Society Library Archives, 2012.

Administrative Division INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES Xizhou Feng

Research Engineer

Published: see entry for Dr. Rong Ge, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

T Ullrich

Office of the Provost

CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING

HAGGERTY MUSEUM OF ART

Dr. David Buckholdt

Dr. Susan Mountin

Lee Coppernoll

Published: “Reflection in Action: A Signature Pedadaogy for the 21st Century,” Exploring More Signature Pedagogies, (2012), Nancy Chick, Aeron Haynie and Regan R. Guring (editors), pp 129-42, Stylus Publishing, LLC, with Dr. Rebecca Nowaceck, Department of English, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Participated: “Consultation on Cultivating a New Generation of Christian Leaders,” Fund for Theological Education, May 22-23, 2012. Directed: “Listening to God’s Heart: The Journey of Lent” women’s retreat, St. Luke Parish, Brookfield, Wis., March 2012.

Grant: $4,722, “The Haggerty at 27,” Wisconsin Arts Board.

Research Professor and Director of Trinity Fellows

Grant: $580,528, “Burke Scholars Program,” The Trinity Foundation of Wisconsin, Inc. Grant: $164,430, “Trinity Fellowes Program,” The Trinity Foundation of Wisconsin, Inc.

Dr. John Pauly Provost

Published: “Literary Journalism and the Drama of Civic Life,” Literary Journalism Studies, Vol. 3. No. 2 (Fall 2011), pp 73-82. Reviewed: Leonora Flis’ “Narrative Truth and the Contemporary American Documentary Novel,” Literary Journalism Studies, Vol. 3, No. 2, (Fall 2011), pp 113-15. Reviewed: Richard Junger’s “Becoming the Second City: Chicago’s Mass News Media, 1833-1898,” Journal of American History, Vol. 98, No. 3, (December 2011) pp 829-830.

Dr. Linda Salchenberger

Associate Provost for Academic Planning and Budgeting Grant: see entry for Dr. Jeff Snell, Special Adviser to the President, Office of the President.

Director of Manresa for Faculty

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM Matthias A. Seisay Counselor/Recruiter

Awarded: 2011 Vera Paster Award, (American Orthopsychiatric Association), Clemson University, Greenville, S.C., March 2012.

T Ullrich

Associate Director

Grant: $623,347, “Upward Bound,” U.S. Department of Education.

Associate Director

Walter Mason Director

Published: “Essay on the Photographer Mark Brautigram,” collect.give: the book, (2012), collect.give. Reviewed: Portfolio reviewer, FotoFest International Biennial, Houston, Spring 2012. Reviewed: Photography submissions, Palm Springs Photography Festival, Palm Springs, Calif., April 28 – May 3, 2012.

Dr. Annemarie Sawkins Associate Curator and Adjunct Professor of History

Reviewed: Edgar Peters Bowron’s “Titian and the Golden Age of Venetian Painting: Masterpieces from the National Galleries of Scotland,” Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 43, No. 1 (Spring 2012), pp 314-15.

THE LES ASPIN CENTER FOR GOVERNMENT Rev. Timothy O’Brien

Director and Adjunct Professor

Grant: $15,390, “Capacity Development Training Program on Anti-Corruption and Good Governance for Government and Civil Society Personnel from Tanzania,” U.S. Agency for International Development.

Marquette Compendium is published each semester by the Office of Marketing and Communication. Zilber Hall, 235; Phone: 8.7448; Fax: 8.5936 Editor: Lynn Sheka Graphic design: Nick Schroeder Photography: Tim Evans, Dan Johnson, Ben Smidt, Kathrine Burger, Dan Dry, John Nienhuis Copyright © 2012 Marquette University

OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION Mr. Terence Miller Director

Presented: “Defining and Assessing the Goals of Global Education: Lesson from the International Baccalaureate,” Association of International Education Administrators Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., Feb. 22, 2012, with R. Harrison and K. Williams.

OFFICE OF STUDENT DEVELOPMENT Jason S. Ladd

Assistant Director of Instrumental Music

Presented: “The History of the College Orchestra in the United States,” College Orchestra Directors Association, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., Jan. 27, 2012. Presented: “A History of Programming for College Band: We Are What We Do,” North Central Division of the College Band Directors Association, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Mich., Feb. 24, 2012. Presented: “Becoming the Best Musician You Can Be,” University of Virginia College at Wise, Wise, Va., May 7, 2012. Reviewed: Paul Griffith’s Modern Music and After, 3rd Edition, Music Educators Journal, Vol. 98, No. 3 (March 2012), p 22.


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