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Marquette Compendium News of Faculty and Staff Activities  SUMMER 2013

The summer 2013 issue of Compendium is a compilation of Marquette University faculty research, scholarship and accomplishments from December 2012 through May 2013, and grants reported by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs from November 2012 through May 2013. The purpose of this compilation is to recognize faculty and staff who are making advancements in their fields of expertise, as well as allow fellow faculty to see opportunities for cross-disciplinary collaboration. To submit a scholarly activity, check the box in the Faculty Activities Database to share submitted activities with Compendium, or visit the Marquette webpage www.marquette.edu/omc/compendium.php. Citations are posted on the Marquette University research website at www.marquette.edu/research/compendium.php. For more information or additional copies, contact the Office of Marketing and Communication at 414.288.6712.

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

Published: “Generation of Molecular Complexity from Cyclooctatetraene: Preparation of Optically Active Protected Aminocyclohepitols and Bicyclo ‘4.4.1’ Undecatrienes,” Chemistry: A European Journal, Vol. 19, No. 7 (February 2013), pp 2330-2336, with Dr. Sergey Lindeman, Department of Chemistry, and graduate student Anobick Sar.

Patrick Kennelly

Director of the Center for Peacemaking

Grant: $20,832, “Ripple Effect Milwaukee: Spreading Peach and Building Communities (REM),” Medical College of Wisconsin. Grant: $10,000, “Marquette University Peace Works (MUPW) — Violence Prevention Initiative,” Helen Brach Foundation. Grant: $2,000, “Exploring Forgiveness in Post-Conflict Societies,” United States Institute of Peace.

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Dr. Allison L. Abbott Associate Professor

Published: “miR-786 Regulation of a Fatty-Acid Elongase Contributes to Rhythmic Calcium-Wave Initiation in c. Elegans,” Current Biology, Vol. 22, No. 23 (December 2012), pp 1-8, with graduate student Erik Allman, undergraduate students Lois Immerman and Megan Mohnen, Maureen Peters and Keith Nehrke.

Dr. Edward Blumenthal Associate Professor

Published: “Antifreeze Proteins in the Primary Urine of Larvae of the Beetle Dendroides Canadensis,” Journal of Experimental Biology, Vol. 216, No. 9 (May 2013), pp 1695-1703, with Michelle Joyce, Sandra Sass, Dawn Verleye and John Duman.

Patrick Kennelly

Published: “Inhibition of Diuretic Stimulation of an Insect Secretory Epithelium by a cGMP-dependent Protein Kinase,” American Journal of Physiology: Renal Physiology, Vol. 304, No. 9 (May 2013), pp F1210-1216, with undergraduate student Anna Miller. Appointed: Member, NIH ZDK1 GRB-9 Special Emphasis Panel, April 2013.

Dr. James Buchanan Professor

Grant: $338,624, “Locomotor Rhythmogenesis in the Vertebrate Hindbrain,” National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Thomas Eddinger Professor

Published: “SMB Myosin Heavy Chain Knock Out Enhances Tonic Contraction and Reduces the Rate of Force Generation in Ileum and Stomach Antrum,” Cell Physiology: American Journal of Physiology Cell, Vol. 304, No. 2 ( January 2013), pp C194-206, with Gopal Babu and Muthu Periasamy.

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

Dr. Robert Fitts

Chair and Professor

Published: “Confocal Imaging of Transmembrane Voltage by SEER of Di-8-ANEPPS,” Journal of General Physiology, Vol. 141, No. 3 (February 2013), pp 371-387, with Lourdes Figueroa and Eduardo Rios. Presented: “Effects of Hydrogen Ion and Inorganic Phosphate on Calcium Sensitivity in Rat Slow Muscle Fibers;” Presented: “Exercise-induced Electrical Remodeling of Endocardial and Epicardia Tissue in Perfused Rat Hears,” with graduate student Cassandra Nelson; Experimental Biology Conference, Boston, April 24, 2013. Presented: “Impact of ExerciseTraining and Pre-Conditioning on Ischemic Injury and Electrical Properties of the Heart,” Physiology Department Seminar Series, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Feb. 13, 2013.

Dr. Krassimira Hristova Assistant Professor

Published: “Selenium Biotransformations in an Engineered Aquatic Ecosystem for Bioremediation of Agricultural Wastewater via Brine Shrimp Production,” Environmental Science & Technology, Vol. 47, No. 10 (May 2013), pp 5057-5065, with graduate student P. Tantoyotai, S. Fakra, M. Marcus, S. Yang, I. Pickering and G. Bañuelos. Published: “Successful Treatment of an MTBE-Impacted Aquifer Using a Bioreactor Self-colonized by Native Aquifer Bacteria,” Biodegradation, PMID: 23613160 (April 2013), with M. Nickelsen, S. Boyle, R. Schmidt, J. Baker and P. Tornatore. Awarded: Way Klingler Young Scholar Award, (Marquette University), 2013.

Dr. Kathleen Karrer Professor

Presented: “Control of Endocycling in Tetrahymena,” Joseph Gall 85th Birthday Symposium, Carnegie Institute of Washington, Baltimore, April 14, 2013.


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Dr. Stephen Munroe

Dr. Adam Fiedler

Dr. Rajenda Rathore

Dr. Chieu Tran

Presented: “A Highly Conserved GCrich Element Regulates Alternative Splicing of mRNA for the Variant Thyroid Hormone Receptor, TR 2,” Annual Meeting of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Boston, April 22, 2013.

Grant: $110,000, “CAREER: Biomimetic Chemistry Relevant to Nonheme Iron Dioxygenases Involved in Bioremediation Process,” National Science Foundation.

Grant: $116,579, “Targeting DUSP5 to Treat Vascular Anomalies,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: $1,499, “Targeting DUSP5 to Treat Vascular Anomalies,” National Institutes of Health.

Published: “Recycle Synthesis, Characterization and Antimicrobial Activity of Chitosan-based Polysaccharide Composite Materials,” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, Part A, Vol. 101, No. 8 (August 2013), pp 2248-2257, with Dr. April Harkins, Department of Clinical Laboratory Science, College of Health Sciences, and graduate student Simon Duri. Published: “Chitosan-Cellulose Composite Materials: Preparation, Characterization and Application for Removal of Microcystin,” Journal of Hazardous Materials, Vol. 252-253, (March 2013), pp 355-366, with graduate students Simon Duri and Ambra Delneri, Mladen Franko. Presented: “Near-infrared Multispectral Imaging: Principle, Instrumentation of Wound Monitoring Application,” Colloquium of Department of Plastics Surgery/ Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Feb. 27, 2013.

Professor Emeritus

Dr. Kenneth Noel Chair and Professor

Published: “Roles of Predicted Glycosyltransferases in the Biosynthesis of the Rhizobium etli CE3 O Antigen,” Journal of Bacteriology, Vol.195, No. 9 (May 2013), pp 1949-1958, with undergraduate student Laurie Simonds.

Dr. Martin St. Maurice Assistant Professor

Published: “The Structure of Allophanate Hydrolase From Granulibacter Bethesdensis Provides Insights into Substrate Specificity in the Amidase Signature Family,” Biochemistry, Vol. 52, No. 4 ( January 2013), pp 690-700. Presented: “Molecular Mechanisms Contributing to Coordinated Catalysis in Pyruvate Carboxylase,” with Ann Menefee, Tonya Zeczycki and W. Cleland; Presented: “Structural and Functional Studies of Urea Amidolyase,” Enzyme Mechanisms Conference, Coronado, Calif., Jan. 3, 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY Dr. Dmitri Babikov Associate Professor

Presented: “Mixed Quantum/ Classical Theory for Collisional Energy Transfer and Ro-vibrational Energy Flow,” Gordon Conference on Molecular Energy Transfer, Ventura, Calif., Jan. 13, 2013. Awarded: NERSC Computational Award, (National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center), 2013.

Dr. Christopher J. Dockendorff Assistant Professor

Awarded: Thieme Chemistry Journal Award, (Georg Thieme Verlag), December 2012.

Assistant Professor

Dr. James Gardinier Associate Professor

Published: “Concerted ProtonElectron Transfer at a ‘Co-OHx’z’ Unit in Aqueous Media,” Chemical Science, Vol. 4, (2013), pp 734-738, with Heidi Tatlo, Luvdeep Bhandari and P. Berlinguette Curtis. Published: “Rhodium Complexes of a New Structurally Adaptive PNN-Pincer Type Ligand,” Organometallics, Vol. 32, No. 10 (May 2013), pp 2885-2888, with Dr. Sergey Lindeman, Department of Chemistry, graduate student Jeewantha Hewage and Sarath Wanniarachchi. Published: “Electronic Communication Across Diamagnetic Metal Bridges: A Homoleptic Gallium(III) Complex of a RedoxActive Diarylamido-Based Ligand and its Oxidized Derivatives,” Inorganic Chemistry, Vol. 51, No. 23 (2012), pp 12720-12728, with Dr. Sergey Lindeman, Department of Chemistry, graduate student Jeewantha Hewage, Sarath Wanniarachchi and Brian Bennett. Presented: “Structural Adaptability of Pincer-Type Complexes and its Effect on Reactivity,” Florida Annual Meeting and Exposition, American Chemical Society, Tampa Bay, Fla., May 11, 2013.

Dr. James Kincaid

Professor and Pfletschinger Habermann Chai Grant: $225,341, “Raman Studies of Mammalian Cytochromes P450,” National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Sergey Lindeman

Laboratory Supervisor and Staff Crystallographer

Published: see entry for Dr. William Donaldson, College of Arts and Sciences. Published: see entries for Dr. James Gardinier, Department of Chemistry.

Professor

Dr. Scott Reid

Chair and Professor

Grant: $50,000, “Selective Laser Desorption Detection of IED Compounds,” Akamai Physics, Inc.

Dr. Mark Steinmetz Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Qadir Timerghazin, Department of Chemistry.

Dr. Qadir Timerghazin Assistant Professor

Published: “No Longer a Complex, Not Yet a Molecule: A Challenging Case of Nitrosyl O-Hydroxide, HOON,” The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, Vol. 117, No. 17 ( January 2013), pp 679–685, with Rustam Safiullin and Sergey Khursa. Published: “Photochemical Electro­ cyclic Ring Closure and Leaving Group Expulsion from N-(9‑oxothio­ xanthenyl) Benzothiophene ­Carboxamides,” Photochemical and ­Photobiological Sciences, Vol. 12, No. 2 ( January 2013), pp 309-322, with Dr. Mark Steinmetz, Department of Chemistry, and T. Shahrin. Published: “Protein Control of S-Nitrosothiol Reactivity: Interplay of Antagonistic Resonance Structures,” The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, Vol. 117, No. 6 ( January 2013), pp 1827-1837. Presented: “How Can We Make SNO-Proteins ‘Click’?,” Gordon Research Conference on Nitric Oxide, Ventura, Calif., Feb. 20, 2013. Presented: “Duality of Chemical Reactivity of S-nitrosothiols and Possible Mechanisms of Protein Control of RSNO Reactions,” Gordon Research Conference on Nitric Oxide, Ventura, Calif., Feb. 17, 2013.

Pfletchinger-Habermann Professor

Dr. Chae Yi Professor

Grant: $310,000, “Catalytic Coupling Reactions via C-H, C-C and C-N Bond Activation,” National Science Foundation.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH Dr. Amy Blair

Associate Professor

Presented: “Uncivil Discourse, Philistine Readers and The House of Mirth,” American Literature Association Annual Meeting, Boston, May 24, 2013. Presented: “Reading Women Reading Class: The Uses of Literature in the Age of Academic Literary Study,” Women’s Studies Lecture Series, Purdue University Women’s Studies Department, West Lafayette, Ind., April 17, 2013. Presented: “The Kinetic of Reception: Justice Woolsey and Joyce’s Ulysses,” Modern Language Association Annual Meeting, Boston, Jan. 6, 2013.

Dr. Gerard Canavan Assistant Professor

Published: “‘You Can’t Change Anything’: Freedom and Control in Twelve Monkeys,” The Cinema of Terry Gilliam: It’s a Mad World, (April 2013), Anna Froula, Karen Randell and Jeff Birkenstein (editors), pp 92-103, Wallflower Press. Published: “The Pathetic Fallacy: Apres Moi, Le Deluge,” The New Inquiry, Vol. 12, ( January 2013). Reviewed: Laurence A. Rickels’ I Think I Am: Philip K. Dick, Novel, Vol. 46, No. 1 (May 2013), pp 175-178. Reviewed: Dan Hassler-Forest’s Capitalist Superheroes: Caped Crusaders in the Neoliberal Age, (April 2013), Los Angeles Review of Books. Presented: “Roundtable: Doctor Who and Ethics,” Doctor Who Colloquium, DePaul University, Chicago, May 2013. Presented: “Alterity Beyond Utopia,” American Comparative Literature Association, Toronto, April 2013. Dr. Martin St. Maurice


Summer 2013 — Compendium

Presented: “Anti-Kantian SF: Space, Time, and Universal Reason,” American Comparative Literature Association, Toronto, April 2013. Presented: “I Wanted To Live Forever and Breed People: Afrofuturism and Mutant Superheroes in Octavia Butler’s Wild Seed and Mind of My Mind,” Eaton Science Fiction Conference, Riverside, Calif., April 2013. Presented: “Haven’t Hit Bottom Yet: Antinomies of Utopia in Octavia Butler’s Parables;” Presented: “Race and Science Fiction;” Presented: “Roundtable: Adaptation Beyond Fidelity,” International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Orlando, Fla., March 2013. Presented: “I’d Rather Be in Afghanistan: Antimonies of Battle: Los Angeles,” SCMS 2013, Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Chicago, March 2013. Presented: “MOOCs and the End of History,” What’s the Matter with MOOCs?, Center for 21st Century Studies, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Milwaukee, March 12, 2013. Presented: “Knowledge/ Subject Production,” Midwest Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference, Center for 21st Century Studies, University of Wisconsin– Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Feb. 16, 2013.

Dr. Virginia A. Chappell

Associate Professor Emeritus

Published: Reading Rhetorically, 4th edition, (2013), Pearson, with John Bean and Alice Gillam.

Dr. Leah Flack

Assistant Professor

Published: “Creator and Character: Artists Interpret James Joyce,” James Joyce Literary Supplement, (Spring 2013). Presented: “Joyce, Marginality, and Power”; Presented: “Ulysses, Disorder, and Myth,” American Conference for Irish Studies National Meeting, Chicago, April 2013.

Dr. Melissa J. Ganz Assistant Professor

Published: “Clandestine Schemes: Burney’s Cecilia and the Marriage Act,” The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, Vol. 54, No. 1 (Spring 2013), pp 25-51. Presented: “Novel Encounters: Engagements with Enlightenment Texts;” Presented: “‘The Deathful Spirit of this Exterminating War:’ Passion and Politics in Emma Corbett;” Annual Meeting, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Cleveland, April 2013. Presented: “Intention, Motivation, and Agency in Law and Literature;” Presented: “Law and Literature: The State of the Field,” Modern Language Association Annual Meeting, Boston, January 2013. Awarded: Newberry Renaissance Consortium Grant, (The Newberry Library), April 2013.

Dr. Amanda B. Godbee Assistant Professor

Published: “A Multi-Dimensional Pedagogy for Racial Justice in Writing Centers,” Praxis: A Writing Center Journal, Vol. 10, No. 1, (2012), pp 1-8, with Rasha Diab, Thomas Ferrel and Neil Simpkins.

Dr. Diane Long Hoeveler Professor

Published: “Drama,” Encyclopedia of the Gothic, ( January 2013), David Punter, Andrew Smith and William Hughes (editors), pp 196-203, Blackwell Publishing. Published: “A Gothic Cabinet of Curiosities,” European Romantic Review, Vol. 24, No. 1 ( January 2013), pp 1-2. Published: “Demonizing the Catholic Other: Religion and the Secularization Process in Gothic Literature,” Transatlantic Gothic: New Directions in Dark Romanticism, ( January 2013), Monika Ebert and Bridget Marshall (editors), pp 83-96, Ashgate. Published: “Gothic Opera,” pp 484488; Published: “Gothic Ruins,” pp 579581; Encyclopedia of the Gothic, ( January 2013), Andrew Smith, David Punter, and William Hughes (editors), Blackwell Publishing. Published: “Percy Shelley’s Prose Fiction: Zastrozzi, St. Irvyne, ‘The Assassins,’ ‘The Coliseum,’” The Oxford Handbook of Percy Shelley Studies, ( January 2013), Michael O’Neill and Tony Howe (editors), Oxford UP. Published: “William-Henry Ireland, T. I. Curties Horsley, and the AntiCatholic Gothic Novel,” European Romantic Review, Vol. 24, No. 1, ( January 2013), pp 43-65. Published: “Gendering the Customs Discourse: It Started in a Harem,” Customs, Annual Conference on Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century British Women Writers, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N.M., April 7, 2013. Presented: “Mourning in Plain View: Monuments, Trauma, and Historical Memory and Forgetting,” Trauma in British and European Nationalism, Clark University, Luxembourg, March 10, 2013.

C.J. Hribal

Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies

Presented: see entry for Larry Watson, Department of English.

Dr. Jodi Melamed Associate Professor

Presented: “What Was U.S. Multiculturalism?,” Invited Talk, Martin Luther University, Wittenberg, Germany, March 15, 2013. Presented: “The New Racial Capitalism and Its Discontents,” Invited Talk for Du Bois Lecture Series, Humboldt University, Berlin, Feb. 15, 2013. Presented: “The Racial Logics of Neoliberalism: Dr. King’s Previsions,” Martin Luther King Day Lecture, Bonn University, Bonn, Germany, Jan. 22, 2013. Presented: “The Racial Logics of Neoliberalism: Dr. King’s Previsions,” Martin Luther King Day Lecture, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, Jan. 21, 2013. Presented: “The New Racial Capitalism,” Jan. 5, 2013; Presented: “Access,” Jan. 7, 2013; Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Boston. Awarded: American Studies Association Co-program Director, (American Studies Association), December 2012.

Dr. John J. Su

Dr. Rebecca Nowacek

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

Presented: “Agents of Integration,” St. John’s University, N.Y., April 2013. Presented: “Agents of Integration: Understanding Transfer as a Rhetorical Act,” University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire, Eau Claire, Wis., April 2013. Presented: “Genres in Action;” Presented: “Transfer as Bricolage: Assembling Genre Knowledge Across Contexts,” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, March 2013. Presented: “Agents of Integration,” University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla., February 2013.

Dr. Albert J. Rivero Professor

Published: Critical Edition of Samuel Richardson, Pamela in Her Exalted Condition, (2012), Cambridge University Press. Published: The Eighteenth-Century Novel, (2012), AMS Press. Presented: “Editing Gulliver, Moll, and Pamela: A Practical Guide,” Harvard University, Boston, March 7, 2013. Presented: “Spenser Across the Long Eighteenth Century,” Annual Meeting of the Modern Language Association, Boston, Jan. 3, 2013.

Dr. Angela Sorby Associate Professor

Awarded: Felix Pollak Poetry Prize, (University of Wisconsin), February 2013.

Dr. John J. Su

Professor, Director of Undergraduate Studies and Director of the Core Curriculum Presented: “Beauty and the Beastly Prime Minister,” Annual Meeting of the Modern Language Association of America, Seattle, 2012. Presented: “The Future of the ‘Future of Minority Studies,’” Difficult Dialogues, The Future of Minority Studies National Research Project, Atlanta, 2012. Awarded: Course Development Grant, (Center for Transnational Justice), 2012.

Dr. Sarah Wadsworth Associate Professor

Presented: “Dating Mr. Penrose: Back Matter, Back Stories and the First American Novel,” Eighth Biennial Conference, Society of Early Americanists, Savannah, Ga., Feb. 28, 2013.

Larry Watson

Visiting Professor

Presented: “Omissions and Inclusions in Fiction,” Lakefly Literary Conference, Oshkosh, Wis., May 11, 2013. Presented: “Montana 1948 in translation,” English as a second language classes, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Milwaukee, April 17, 2013. Presented: “Fictional Settings,” Books in the Woods, Gunflint Lodge, Minn., April 5-6, 2013. Presented: “Development of the Narrative,” Masters Workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz., March 11-12, 2013. Presented: “Time and Place in Fiction,” March 10, 2013; Presented: “Triumph and Tragedy in Fiction,” March 9, 2013; Tucson Festival of Books, Tucson, Ariz. Presented: “Milwaukee Writers,” Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference, Chicago, March 3, 2012, with C. J. Hribal, Department of English. Presented: “Wisconsin Beauty, Common and Rare,” Wisconsin Life on Wisconsin Public Radio, Madison, Wis., Jan. 11, 2013. Appointed: Judge of a Fiction Contest, Tucson Festival of Books, Jan. 15 to Feb. 1, 2013.

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Published: “Locating Boston’s Place in Environmental History,” Journal of Planning History, Vol. 12, No. 78 ( January 2013), pp 78-85. Published: “The People’s Beach,” New York Times, Dec. 5, 2012, p A21. Reviewed: Victoria Wolcott’s Race, Riots, and Roller Coasters, Journal of Illinois History, Vol. 15, No. 2 (2012), pp 137-138. Presented: “The Sunbelt’s Sandy Foundation: Coastal Development and the Making of the Modern South,” Hutchins Lecture Series, Center for the Study of the American South, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C., April 11, 2013. Presented: “The Land Was Ours: African American Beaches from Jim Crow to the Sunbelt South,” Herbert H. Lehman Center for American History, Columbia University, N.Y., April 10, 2013. Presented: “Castles Made of Sand: The Story of Maryland’s African American Beaches,” Winter Lecture Series, Annapolis Maritime Museum, Annapolis, Md., Feb. 7, 2013. Awarded: Liberty Legacy Foundation Award, (Organization of American Historians), April 2013. Appointed: Panel member, Milwaukee’s Water Commons, January 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES Dr. Germán Carrillo Professor

Published: “Reflexiones del Presidente de Sigma Delta Pi,” Entre Nosostros, Vol. 1, No. 54 (April 2013), pp 2-4. Reviewed: Steven Hart and David Wood’s Essays on Alfredo Bryce Echenique: Peruvian Literature and Cultura, Hispania, Vol. 95, No. 4 (December 2012), pp 754-755. Presented: “Ël Ruido de las Cosas al Caer (2012), Premio Alfaguara de Novela, Juan Gabriel Vásquez,” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky., April 19, 2013. Presented: “La Cuentística de Gabriel Pabón Villamizar: Un Acercamiento Interpretativo,” International Conference on Caribe and Caribbean Studies, Caribe and the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Marquette University, Milwaukee, April 13, 2013.

Dr. Armando Gonzalez-Perez

Professor and Director of the Mexico Summer Program

Published: “Afro-Cuban Influence, Theatrical Techniques and Diaspora in Matías Montes Huidobro’s Tirando las cartas,” Celbrando a Virgilio Piñera, (2013), Matías Montes Huidobro and Yara González Montes (editors), pp 85-94, Editorial Plaza. Edited: “Revista de Cultura y Literatura,” Caribe, Vol. 14, No. 1 (August 2013 to October 2013). Appointed: Project coordinator, International Caribbean Conference, April 11-13, 2013.

Dr. Todd Hernandez Associate Professor

Published: “Impact of Instruction on the Use of L2 Discourse Markers,” Journal of Second Language Teaching and Research, Vol. 2, (May 2013), pp 3-31, with Eva Rodríguez-González.

Dr. Jason Meyler Assistant Professor

Presented: “Visual Narratives of the Caribbean and its Diaspora,” International Conference on Caribbean Studies, Marquette University, Milwaukee, April 12, 2013.

Dr. John Pustejovsky Associate Professor

Awarded: Wisconsin’s Distinguished German Educator, (The American Association for the Teaching of German), 2012.

Dr. Jennifer Vanderheyden Adjunct Assistant Professor

Presented: “Rainbow Ink and Butterfly Dust: Diderot’s Colorful Portrayal of Women,” American Society of Eighteenth Century Studies, Cleveland, April 6, 2013.

Dr. Armando Gonzalez-Perez

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY Rev. Steven Avella Professor

Published: “Comments on Anne Butler’s Across God’s Frontiers,” American Catholic Studies, Vol. 124, No. 1 (Spring 2013), pp 68-69. Presented: “Coping with Diversity: What Does Archdiocesan History Tell Us,” Annual Assembly of Priests, Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Lake Geneva, Wis., May 8, 2013.

Dr. Sarah Bond

Assistant Professor

Reviewed: Mark Hanley’s Dying on Foreign Shores: Travel and Mobility in the Late-Antique West, American Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 117, No. 2 (April 2013), p 167. Presented: “Ignominy and Monetarii: Mint Workers in the Later Roman Empire,” Work, Labor and Professions in the Roman World Conference, Structural Determinants of Economic Performance in the Roman World Research Network, Ghent, Belgium, May 30, 2013. Presented: “Scent and Sensibilities: The Status of Tanners in the Roman Mediterranean,” Association of Ancient Historians 2013 Conference, Columbus, Ohio, May 17, 2013. Presented: “Roman Brewers and Latin Epigraphy,” Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va., March 13, 2013, Presented: “Altering Infamy: Disrepute in the Roman Mediterranean,” University of Western Florida, Anthropology Department, Pensacola, Fla., Feb. 11, 2013. Presented: “Brewer, Businessman, and Barbarian: The Cervesarii in the Latin West,” Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Seattle, Jan. 5, 2013. Chaired: Society for Late Antiquity, March 2013 to March 2015. Appointed: Chapter Head Proxy, Archaeological Institute of America, January 2013.

Dr. Chima Korieh Dr. Alison Efford Assistant Professor

Published: German Immigrants, Race, and Citizenship in the Civil War Era, (2013), Cambridge University Press. Reviewed: Aaron Astor’s Rebels on the Border: Civil War, Emancipation, and the Reconstruction of Kentucky and Missouri, Register of the Missouri Historical Society, Vol. 110, No. 4 (Autumn 2012), pp 607-609. Presented: “German Immigrants and Racial Justice After Emancipation,” Milwaukee Turners, Milwaukee, May 22, 2013. Presented: “German Immigrants and the Reconstruction of American Citizenship,” Milwaukee County Historical Society, Milwaukee, April 18, 2013. Presented: “A Turning Point on Two Continents: German Americans Reconsider Race and Citizenship in 1870,” American Historical Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Jan. 4, 2013. Awarded: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship, (Library Company of Philadelphia and Historical Society of Pennsylvania), April 2013. Awarded: Marcus Center Fellow, (American Jewish Archives), May 2013.

Associate Professor

Published: The Way We Lived: Essays on Nigerian History, Gender and Society, (2013), Goldline and Jacobs Publishing. Published: Missions, States, and European Expansion in Africa, (2012), Taylor & Francis Group, LLC, with Raphael Njoku. Presented: “The Boko Harram Insurgency: Challenges to Security and Economic Development,” 2013 Frank Church Symposium, International Affairs Council at Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho, Feb. 28, 2013. Appointed: African history team leader/professor, Jesuit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins, March 2013 to May 2013.

Dr. Kristen Foster Associate Professor

Awarded: Runner Up-Best Article of 2011, (Journal of the Civil War Era), 2012.

Dr. Andrew Kahrl Assistant Professor

Published: “The ‘Negro Park’ Question: Land, Labor, and Leisure in Pitt County, North Carolina, 19201930,” Journal of Southern History, Vol. 79, No. 1 (February 2013), pp 113-142.

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Summer 2013 — Compendium

Dr. James Marten Chair and Professor

Published: “Childhood Studies and History: Catching a Culture in High Relief,” The Children’s Table: Childhood Studies in the Humanities, (2013), Anna Mae Duane and Lucia Hodgson (editors), pp 52-67, University of Georgia Press. Published: “Children and War,” The Routledge History of Childhood in the Western World, (2013), Paula Fass (editor), pp 142-157, Routledge. Reviewed: Paula S. Fass and Michael Grossberg’s Reinventing Childhood After World War II, American Journal of Play, Vol. 5, (April 2013), pp 259‑261. Reviewed: Barbara Gannon’s The Won Cause: Black and White Comradeship in the Grand Army of the Republic, Journal of the Civil War Era, Vol. 2, ( June 2012), pp 279-281. Reviewed: Brian Craig Miller’s John Bell Hood and the Fight for Civil War Memory, Civil War Monitor, (May 2012). Reviewed: Frances M. Clarke’s War Stories: Suffering and Sacrifice in the Civil War North, American Historical Review, Vol. 117, (March 2012), pp 529-530. Presented: see entry for Larry Watson, Department of English.

Dr. Timothy McMahon Associate Professor

Presented: “New Perspectives on the Irish Free State,” Annual Meeting of the American Conference for Irish Studies, Chicago, April 12, 2013. Appointed: Secretary, American Conference for Irish Studies, April 2013.

Dr. Phillip Naylor Professor

Reviewed: Albert Camus’ Algerian Chronicles, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, (May 3, 2013), p 6E. Reviewed: Richard Phelps’ Interpreting Colonel Amirouche (Aït Hamouda): A Book Review Essay, Journal of North African Studies, Vol. 18, No. 1 ( January 2013), pp 170-174. Reviewed: Jennifer Sessions’ By Sword and Plow: France and the Conquest of Algeria, French History, Vol. 27, No. 1 ( January 2013), p 2. Presented: “Islam and Western Civilization,” St. John’s on the Lake, Milwaukee, April 22, 2013. Appointed: Board of Directors, American Institute for Maghrib Studies, January 2013.

Dr. Julius Ruff Professor

Presented: “Commentary,” Society for French Historical Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., April 6, 2013.

Dr. Peter Staudenmaier Assistant Professor

Grant: $4,000, “The Politics of Blood and Soil: Organic Agriculture In Weimar and Nazi Germany Improving Health Care in Nepal through Evidence-Based Physiotherapy Practice,” American Philosophical Society.

Dr. Chima Korieh

Published: “Organic Farming in Nazi Germany: The Politics of Biodynamic Agriculture, 19331945,” Environmental History, Vol. 18, (March 2013), pp 383-411. Presented: “Anti-semitism in Weimar Germany and the Rise of the Nazi Party,” Holocaust Study Institute, Holocaust Education Resource Center, Sacred Heart School of Theology, Franklin, Wis., Feb. 5, 2013.

Dr. Michael Wert Assistant Professor

Published: “Bakumatsu Fencing Schools and Nationalism;” Published: “Rise of Modern Army 1868-1894;” Published: “Tokugawa Bakufu Political System;” Published: “Tokugawa Bakumatsu Military Reforms;” Published: “Tokugawa Loyalism during Bakumatsu-Boshin War,” Japan at War: An Encyclopedia, ( January 2013), Louis Perez (editor), ABC‑CLIO. Published: “Reaching Beyond the Manga: A Samurai to the Ends of the World and the Formation of National Identity,” Asian Popular Culture: New, Hybrid, and Alternative Media, (December 2012), Lorna Fitzsimmons and John A. Lent (editors), pp 145‑158, Lexington Books. Reviewed: Martin Dusinberre’s Hard Times in the Hometown: A History of Community Survival in Modern Japan, Journal of Social History, Vol. 46, No. 3 (May 2013), pp 1090-1091. Presented: “‘Losers and Loss in Contemporary Japanese Popular Culture,” Main Hall Forum, Lawrence University, Appleton, Wis., April 11, 2013. Presented: “Memory Landscapes and the Meiji Restoration in Modern Japan,” East Asia: Transregional Histories, University of Chicago, Chicago, April 4, 2013. Presented: “Territorial Issues Over Dokdo/Takeshima,” International Conference on Perspectives on the Sovereignty Issue over Dokdo, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Dec. 8, 2012.

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

Grant: $84,816, “Efficacy of m-Health Self-management Intervention,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. Paula Papanek, Department of Exercise Science, College of Health Sciences. Grant: $80,492, “American Indian M-health Smoking Dependence Study,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: $23,830, “DryHootch iPeer: A Social and Technology Support Program for Veteran Mental Health,” Medical College of Wisconsin. Grant: $5,000, “Self-Management Guided Discharge Teaching for Parents of Hospitalized Children: A Pilot Study,” Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Published: “User Privacy Protection in Pervasive Social Networking Applications Using PCO,” International Journal of Social Computing and Cyber-Physical Systems, Vol. 1, No. 3 (2013), pp 242-267, with graduate students Endadul Hoque and Ferdaus Kawsar. Presented: see entries for Dr. Norah Johnson, College of Nursing.

Dr. Naveen Bansal Professor

Published: “Bayesian Analysis of Hypothesis Testing Problems for General Population: A Kullbackleibler Alterative,” Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, Vol. 142, No. 7 ( July 2012), pp 1991‑1998, with Dr. Gholamhossein Hamedani, Departments of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, and graduate student R. Sheng.

Dr. Serdar Bozdag Assistant Professor

Published: “Combinatorial Pooling Enables Selective Sequencing of the Barley Gene Space,” PLoS Computational Biology, Vol. 9, No. 4 (April 2013), with D. Durma, M. Alpert, F. Cordero, M. Beccuti, P. Bhat, Y. Wu, G. Ciardo, B. Alsaihati, Y. Ma, S. Wanamaker and J. Resnik.

Published: “Age-specific Signatures of Glioblastoma at the Genomic, Genetic and Epigenetic Levels,” PLoS ONE, Vol. 8, No. 4 (April 2013), with A. Li, G. Riddick, Y. Kotliarov, M. Baysan, F. Iwamoto, M. Cam, S. Kotliarova and H. Fine. Published: “A Graph-Theoretical Approach to the Selection of the Minimum Tiling Path From a Physical Map,” IEEE TCBB, PMID: 23547006, (March 2013). with T. Close and S. Lonardi. Published: “Genome-wide Associations of Signaling Pathways in Glioma Subtype,” BMC Medical Genomics, Vol. 6, No. 11 (March 2013), with A. Vazquez and P. Bauer.

Dr. Anne Clough Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Said Audi, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Published: “Differential Lung Uptake of 99mTc-Hexamethylpropyleneamine Oxime and 99mTc-Duramycin in the Chronic Hyperoxia Rat Model,” Journal of Nuclear Medicine, Vol. 53, No. 12 (December 2012), pp 1984-1991, with Dr. Said Audi, Department of Biomedical Engineering,College of Engineering, S. Haworth and D. Roerig. Published: “The Performance of MLEM for Dynamic Imaging From Simulated Few-View, MultiPinhole SPECT,” IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, Vol. 60, No. 1 (September 2012), pp 115-123, with Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering, and graduate student Paul Wolf. Published: see entry for Dr. Said Audi, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Presented: see entry for Dr. Said Audi, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering.

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Dr. John (Jack) Moyer

Dr. Sherry Scott

Published: “An Investigation of Teachers’ Intentions and Reflections About Using Standards-based and Traditional Textbooks in the Classroom,” Zentralblatt fur Didaktik der Mathematik, DOI: 10.1007/ s11858-013-0493-7, (February 2013). with Tony Freedman, Stephen Hwang, Ning Wang and Jinfa Cai. Published: “Learning Mathematics Using Standards-based and Traditional Curricula: An Analysis of Homework Problems,” International Journal on Mathematics Education, DOI: 10.1007/s11858-013-0493-7, (2013). with Bikai Nie and Ning Wang. Published: “Longitudinal Investigation of the Effect of Curriculum on Algebra Learning: Beyond Grade Bands,” American Educational Research Association Online Repository, (2012), with Ning Wang and Bikai Nie. Published: “Mathematical Dispositions and Student Learning: A Metaphorical Analysis,” Proceedings of the American Educational Research Association Online Paper Repository, (2012), with Victoria Robinson, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Ning Wang and Bikai Nie. Published: “Mathematical Problem Posing as a Measure of Curricular Effect on Students’ Learning,” Educational Studies in Mathematics, Vol. 83, No. 1 (May 2013), pp 57-69, with Ning Wang, Stephen Hwang, Bikai Nie and Tammy Garber. Published: “Pedagogical and Mathematical Analyses of Teaching Equation-solving in Standardsbased and Traditional Curricula,” Proceedings of the American Educational Research Association Online Paper Repository, (2012), with Jinfa Cai. Published: see entry for Dr. Marta Magiera, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science. Presented: see entry for Dr. Marta Magiera, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science. Presented: “Impact of Different Mathematics Curricula on Students’ Transition from 8th Grade Mathematics to 9th Grade Algebra: A Qualitative Study,” American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, April 2013, with Victoria Robison, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, and Jinfa Cai. Presented: see entry for Dr. Leigh Vandenkieboom, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership, College of Education.

Grant: $19,044, “Dynamical Systems Theory and Lagrangian Data Assimilation in 4D Geophysical Fluid Dynamics,” Office of Naval Research.

Professor

Dr. John (Jack) Moyer

Dr. Gholamhossein Hamedani

Professor Published: see entry for Dr. Naveen Bansal, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.

Dr. Peter Jones Professor

Published: “On Lattices of Varieties of Restriction Semigroups,” Semigroup Forum, Vol. 86, No. 2 (April 2013), pp 337-361. Edited: Journal of Semigroup Theory and its Applications, 2013.

Dr. Marta Magiera Assistant Professor

Published: “An Exploratory Study of Pre-service Middle School Teachers’ Knowledge of Algebraic Thinking,” Educational Studies in Mathematics, DOI: 10.1007/s10649-013-9472-8, (2013). with Dr. John Moyer, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, and Dr. Leigh Vandenkieboom, Department of Education Policy and Leadership, College of Education. Published: “Model Eliciting Activities: A Home Run,” Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, Vol. 18, No. 6 (February 2013), pp 349-355.

Published: “A Proposal for a Problem-Driven Mathematics Curriculum Framework,” The Mathematics Enthusiast, Vol. 10, No. 1 & 2 ( January 2013), pp 469‑506, with Richard Lesh. Presented: “Pre-service Teachers’ Responses to Students’ Relational Thinking During Clinical Interviews,” with Dr. John Moyer, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science; Presented: “Supporting K-12 Teachers’ Implementation of the Common Core Mathematical Practices: The Context of AlgebraRelated Concepts;” Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference, Orlando, Fla., January 2013. Presented: “A Conceptual Approach to Algebra Skills,” Professional Development Workshop, U.S. Department of Education Mathematics Science Partnership (MSP) Grant, Nathan Hale High School, West Allis, Wis., Jan. 14, 2013. Presented: see entries for Dr. Leigh Vandenkieboom, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership, College of Education. Chaired: American Educational Research Association 2013 Annual Meeting, April 2013.

Victoria Robison

Project Coordinator of LieCal High School Project

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

Dr. Kevin Gibson

Research Associate

Dr. Elaine Spiller Assistant Professor

Grant: $24,150, “Dynamical Systems Theory and Lagrangian Data Assimilation in 4D Geophysical Fluid Dynamics,” Office of Naval Research. Presented: “Efficient Use of Geophysical Simulations for Developing Probabilistic Hazard Maps,” ACMS Colloquium, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind., Dec. 6, 2012.

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY Dr. Curtis Carter Professor

Published: “You Are the One: Life and Art,” Shepherd Express, May 6, 2013. Published: “The Layton Collection,” Shepherd Express, April 22, 2013. Published: “Past, Present, Future,” Shepherd Express, April 9, 2013. Published: “Standing Wave: Wang Zhibo,” Exhibition Catalogue, Edouard Maligue Gallery, Exhibition New York Armory Show, (March 2013). Published: “The Art of Color,” Shepherd Express, Feb. 26, 2013. Published: “Qin Feng: A Vision of Art East/West,” Shanghai Art Museum Catalogue, (2013), Shanghai Art Museum, pp 81-91. Presented: “Video Art: Problems and Projects,” Renmlin University, Beijing, March 27, 2013. Presented: “Aesthetic of Video Art,” Peking University, March 26, 2013. Presented: “Contemporary Ink Paintings,” The Today Museum, Beijing, March 21, 2013. Presented: “Aesthetics of Poesia Visiva (Visual Poetry),” China Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, March 21, 2013.

Dr. Susanne Foster

Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies

Published: “Social Contract: Rebellion and Dissent Aboard Serenity,” Homer Simpson Ponders Politics: Popular Culture as Political Theory, (May 2013), Joseph J. Foy and Timothy M. Dale (editors), pp 63-74, University Press of Kentucky. Presented: “Improving Graduate Student Teaching Performance: An Assessment of Marquette’s Philosophy Teacher Training Program,” American Philosophical Association, Eastern Meeting, American Association of Philosophy Teachers, Atlanta, Dec. 28, 2012.

Dr. Sebastian Luft Associate Professor

Published: Paul Natorp, Allegemeine Psychologie nach Kritischer Methode, (May 2013), Wissenschaftliche Buchgesselschaft. Published: The Routledge Companion to Phenomenolgy, (September 2011), Routledge, with Soren Overgaard.


Summer 2013 — Compendium

Edited: New Studies in the History and Historiography of Philosophy, (December 2012), De Gruyter. Reviewed: Dermot Moran and Joseph Cohen’s The Husserl Dictionary, International Journal of Philosophical Studies, (March 2012), Bloomsbury. Reviewed: Tom Rockmore’s Kant and Phenomenology, Notre Dame Philosophical Review (2012). Presented: “Thoughts on a Phenomenology of Attention,” Phenomenology Conference, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Santiago, Chile, November 2012. Appointed: Member, Phänomenologische Forschungen, October 2012.

Dr. Michael Monahan Associate Professor

Presented: “Strangeness and Maturity in Samantha Vice’s How Do I Live in This Strange Place?,” Debating Whiteness: Panel Discussion; and Presented: “On Creolization as Telos,” Rhodes University, Grahamstown, Republic of South Africa, May 10, 2013. Presented: “On Creolization as Telos,” University of Fort Hare, East London, Republic of South Africa, May 9, 2013. Presented: “Is Race Real? A Phenomenological Approach,” University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, Republic of South Africa, April 30, 2013. Presented: “Race, Reason, and Colonialism,” Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, Republic of South Africa, April 22, 2013. Presented: “Race, Phenomenology and Recognition,” University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa, March 30, 2013.

Dr. Nancy Snow Professor

Published: “‘May You Live in Interesting Times:’ Moral Philosophy and Empirical Psychology,” Journal of Moral Philosophy, Vol. 10, No. 3 (May 2013), pp 339-353. Published: “Learning to Look: Lessons from Iris Murdoch,” Teaching Ethics, Vol. 13, No. 2 (Spring 2013), pp 1-22. Published: “Notes Toward an Empirical Psychology of Virtue: Exploring the Personality,” Aristotelian Ethics in Contemporary Perspective, ( January 2013), Julia Peters (editor), pp 130-144, Routledge. Edited: Journal of Moral Education, August 2012. Reviewed: Iris Murdoch’s Philosopher: A Collection of Essays, Ethics, Vol. 123, No. 1 (October 2012), pp 137-141. Presented: “Virtue Ethics Fights Back: Responding to Situationist Challenges,” University of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland, May 10, 2013. Presented: “Hope as an Intellectual Virtue,” Vreije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 7, 2013. Presented: “Virtue as Social Intelligence: An Empirically Grounded Theory,” Vreije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 6, 2013.

Presented: “Can Virtue Be Measured?: Humility,” John Templeton Foundation 100th Anniversary of Sir John Templeton’s Birth, John Templeton Foundation, Philadelphia, Oct. 15, 2012. Presented: “Learning to Look: Lessons from Iris Murdoch,” The Art of Morality: Developing Moral Sensitivity across the Curriculum, Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum, Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 4, 2012. Presented: “Situationism and Character: New Directions,” International Virtue Ethics Workshop, Deakin University, Burwood, Australia, Sept. 23, 2012. Presented: “Notes Toward an Empirical Psychology of Virtue: Exploring the Personality Scaffolding of Virtue,” University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, Sept. 14, 2012. Presented: “Hope as a Civic Virtue,” Annual Meeting of the North American Society for Social Philosophy, Northeastern University, Boston, July 28, 2012. Chaired: Session at Pacific Division Meeting, American Philosophical Association, San Francisco, March 30, 2013. Appointed: Editorial Board, Association of Moral Education, San Antonio, Nov. 7, 2012.

Dr. Richard Taylor Professor

Published: “Themistius and the Development of Averroes’ Noetics,” Soul and Mind: Medieval Perspectives on Aristotle’s De Anima, Ame et Intellect, Perspectives antiques et médiévales sur le De Anima d’Aristote, Proceedings of the De Wulf-Mansion Centre Jubilee Conference, Jean-Michel Counet and Russell L. Friedman (editors), Peeters Publishers. Published: “Aquinas and the Arabs: Aquinas’s First Critical Encounter With the Doctrine of Averroes on the Intellect, In 2 Sent. d. 17, q. 2, a. 1,” Philosophical Psychology in Arabic Thought and the Latin Aristotelianism of the 13th Century, ( January 2013), Luis X. LópezFarjeat and Jörg Tellkamp (editors), pp 141-183 and 277-294, Librairie Philosophique Vrin. Presented: “Translation and Meaning,” APA Eastern, Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy, Atlanta, Dec. 28, 2012. Presented: “Proclus Arabus and Divine Primary Causality in the Arabic Tradition,” Archai: Proclus Diadochus of Constantinople and His Abrahamic Interpreters, Fatih University and Yildiz University, Istanbul, Turkey, Dec. 14, 2012. Presented: “Thomas Aquinas’s Debts to the Arabic Philosophical Tradition on Creation, Natural Epistemology and the Supernatural Epistemology of Beatitude,” Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey, Dec. 11, 2012. Appointed: President, Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy, December 2012. Appointed: Workshop Organizer, Aquinas and the Arabs International Working Group, March 2013.

Dr. Margaret Walker

Dr. Franco Trivigno Associate Professor

Presented: “Ideal and Ordinary Language in Plato’s Cratylus,” APA Pacific Division Meeting, Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy, San Francisco, March 2013.

Dr. David Twetten Associate Professor

Published: “Albert’s Metaphysics: Introduction,” pp 541-543, with Bruno Tremblay and Francisco Romero; Published: “Introduction to Albert’s Philosophical Work,” pp 165‑172, with Steven Baldner; Published: “Albert’s Physics,” pp 173-219; Published: “Metaphysics and its Relation to Theology in Albert’s Thought,” pp 553-561; Published: “Albert on Causality Within the Material Order: Induction Versus Education,” pp 627-648; Published: “Albert’s Doctrine on Substance,” pp 648-658; Published: “Albert’s Arguments for the Existence of God and the Primary Causes,” pp 658-687; Published: “Albert on Being and Beings: The Doctrine of Esse,” pp 694-95, 713-21; Published: “Albert’s Theory of Causal Influx,” pp 695-713; A Companion to Albert the Great: Theology, Philosophy, and the Sciences, (December 2012), Irven Resnick (editor), Brill Academic Publishing.

Dr. Pol Vandevelde Professor

Published: “Forgiveness in a Political Context: The Challenge and the Potential,” Philosophy and Social Criticism, Vol. 39, No. 3 (2013), pp 263-276. Published: Husserl and Searle on the Completable Nature of the Object of Perception, (2013), Mentis Verlag. Presented: “Derrida’s Variations On Heidegger,” Heidegger Circle, Southern Connecticut University, New Haven, Conn., May 4, 2013. Presented: “Is There a Conceptual Content in Perception? Husserl’s and Searle’s Reformulation of the Debate,” Wisconsin Philosophical Association,

Mount Mary College, Milwaukee, April 20, 2013. Presented: “Event and Language in Ricoeur and Heidegger,” Dos Conferencias Sobre Ricoeur, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago, Chile, March 25, 2013. Presented: “Plenary Speaker: Attestation as a New Version of Parrhesia: How Ricoeur Re-interprets Foucault,” III Congreso Iberamericano Sobre el Pensamiento de Paul Ricoeur, Reconocimiento, Justicia Social y Vida Buena, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Santiago, Chile, March 22, 2013. Presented: “Interpretation as Experience: Michel Foucault’s Reformulation of Hermeneutics in the Last Lectures at the College de France,” American Philosophical Association Central Division Colloquium Paper, Atlanta, Dec. 30, 2012. Presented: “Heidegger’s Understanding of the Event: A New v. Another Beginning,” American Philosophical Association Central Division Satellite Meeting of the Heidegger Circle, Atlanta, Dec. 28, 2012.

Dr. Margaret Walker

Professor and Donald J. Schuenke Chair

Published: “The Expressive Burden of Reparations: Putting Meaning into Money, Words, and Things,” Justice, Responsibility and Reconciliation in the Wake of Conflict, ( January 2013), Alice McLachlan and Allen Speight (editors), pp 205-225, Springer.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS Dr. Michael Politano Associate Professor

Presented: “Planetary Nebulae with Binary Cores,” Annual Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Long Beach, Calif., Jan. 9, 2013.

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DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE Dr. H. Richard Friman

Professor and Eliot Fitch Chair for International Studies

Presented: “Smuggler Nation,” April 6, 2013; Presented: “States and Organized Crime,” April 5, 2013; Presented: “The IPE of Transnational Crime,” April 4, 2013; Presented: “Gendered Borders: the Global Diffusion of Bodies, Money and Ideas,” April 3, 2013; Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, San Francisco. Presented: “Guns, Butter and More Guns: Japanese Security through March 11th,” Political Authority and Policy Capacity in a Complex Global System Book Workshop, San Diego, March 22, 2013, with Derek Hall and David Leheny.

Dr. Barrett McCormick

Professor and Co-coordinator of International Affairs Programs

Published: see entry for Dr. Kathleen Bobay, College of Nursing.

Dr. Paul Nolette Assistant Professor

Presented: “Access to Justice: Re-envisioning and Reinvigorating Research,” American Bar Foundation, Chicago, Dec. 8, 2012.

Dr. Duane Swank Professor

Grant: $2,100, “The Political Foundations of Inequality in Postindustrial Democracies,” American Political Science Association.

Dr. Amber Wichowsky Assistant Professor

Presented: “U.S.-China Relations on the Campaign Trail: A Harbinger of Future Policy or Just Cheap Talk?,” Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Dec. 3, 2012, with Jessica Weiss.

Dr. McGee Young Associate Professor

Organized: Political Organizations, Southern Political Science Association, January 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY Henry Boeh Lecturer

Published: see entry for Dr. Stephen Guastello, Department of Psychology.

Dr. Stephen Franzoi Professor

Awarded: Teaching Excellence Award, (Marquette University), May 2013.

Denise Gardner Lecturer

Presented: see entry for Dr. Alyson Gerdes, Department of Psychology.

Dr. Astrida Kaugars

Dr. Alyson Gerdes Associate Professor

Published: “Assessing ADHD in Latino Families: Evidence for Moving Beyond Symptomatology,” Journal of Attention Disorders, Vol. 17, No. 2 (February 2013), pp 128-140, with graduate students K. Lawton and L. Haack and G. Hurtado. Published: “Latino Parental Help Seeking for Childhood ADHD,” Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, PMID: 23539223, (March 2013), with graduate students K. Lawton, L. Haack and B. Schneider. Published: “Predicting Treatment Dropout in Parent Training Interventions for Families of Schoolaged Children with ADHD,” Child and Family Behavior Therapy, Vol. 35, (2013), pp 144-169, with graduate students L. Haack and K. Lawton. Published: “Acculturation, Cultural Values, and Latino Parental Beliefs about the Etiology of ADHD,” Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, PMID: 23224619, (December 2013), with graduate students L. Haack and B. Schneider. Published: “Culturally-modified Recruitment Strategies for Latino Families in Clinical Child Research: A Critical First Step,” Journal of Child and Family Studies, Vol. 21, No. 2 (April 2012), pp 177-183, with graduate student B. Schneider and undergraduate student B. Cruz. Presented: “Gender Role Attitudes of Latino Parents,” with graduate students Lauren Haack, Kathryn Lawton and Brian Schneider; Presented: “Parental Locus of Control and Help-seeking Attitudes for Childhood ADHD in Latino Parents,” with graduate student Theresa Lauer and undergraduate student Margaret Grace; Presented: “The Role of Maternal Attributions in Treatment Outcomes for Children with ADHD,” Midwest Psychological Association, Chicago, May, 2013.

Presented: “Predictors of Maternal Global Severity Ratings of Child Externalizing Problems,” Society with undergraduate student Aileen Pagan; Presented: “Parental Locus of Control: Examination of Parental Gender Differences and Cultural Influences,” with graduate student Theresa Lauer and undergraduate student Margaret Grace; Presented: “The Relation Between Parental Efficacy and Family Chaos and the Influence of Child Developmental Factors,” with Denise Gardner, Department of Psychology, and undergraduate student Steve Lehocky, Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, April, 2013. Presented: “Creating a Culturallyeffective Behavioral Intervention for ADHD,” with graduate student Kathryn Lawton; Presented: “Paternal Attributions for Noncompliant Behavior in Children with ADHD,” with graduate student Kelsey Weinberger and undergraduate student Jackson Gray; Wisconsin Psychological Association, April 2013.

Dr. John Grych

Chair and Professor; Director of the Center for Psychological Services

Published: “Effects of Interparental Conflict on Children,” Handbook of Family Theories: A Content-Based Approach, (December 2013), M. Fine and F. Fincham (editors), pp 228-245, Routledge, with graduate students Claire Oxtoby and Mark Lynn. Published: The Web of Violence: Exploring Connections among Different Forms of Interpersonal Violence and Abuse, (2013), Springer. Published: “Capturing the Family Context of Emotion Regulation: A Family Systems Model Comparison Approach,” Journal of Family Issues, Vol. 34, No. 4 (April 2013), pp 557-578. Published: “Parental Psychological Control and Autonomy Granting: Distinctions and Associations with Child and Family Functioning,” Parenting: Science and Practice, Vol. 13, No. 2 (February 2013), pp 77‑94.

Dr. Stephen Guastello Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Joseph Schimmels, Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering. Published: “Catastrophe Theory and its Applications in I/O Psychology,” Frontiers of Methodology in Organizational Research, (April 2013), J.M. Cortina and R. Landis (editors), pp 29-61, Sage/Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Published: “Modeling Illness and Recovery with Nonlinear Dynamics,” pp 147-156; Published: “Complexity Science in the Future of Behavioral Medicine,” pp 889-909; Handbook on Complexity in Health, (February 2013), J.P. Sturmberg and Carmel M. Martin (editors), Springer. Published: “Cusp Catastrophe Models for Cognitive Workload and Fatigue: A Comparison of Seven Task Types,” Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences, Vol. 17, No. 1 ( January 2013), pp 23-47, with Henry Boeh, Department of Psychology, H. Gorin, S. Huschen, N. Peters, M. Fabisch and K. Poston. Published: “Emergence in Organizations and Human Collective Intelligence,” Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Engineering, ( January 2013), J.D. Lee and A. Kirklik (editors), pp 534-555, Oxford University Press. Presented: “Exploring Functional Networks of the Brain Relating to Upper Extremity Motor Skill Using Graph Theory,” Society of Chaos Theory in Psychology and Life Sciences Annual International Conference, Baltimore, Fall 2012, with Dr. Dean Jeutter, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering, and Robert Prost. Awarded: Way Klingler Fellowship Award, (Marquette University), 2013.

Dr. James Hoelzle Assistant Professor

Awarded: Way Klingler Young Scholar Award, (Marquette University), 2013.


Summer 2013 — Compendium

Dr. Amy Van Hecke Assistant Professor

Grant: $10,000, “The Marquette PEERS Project,” Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin. Awarded: Way Klingler Teaching Enhancement Award, (Marquette University), 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL SCIENCES Dr. Louise Cainkar Associate Professor

Appointed: Board of Directors, Arab American Studies Association, January to December 2013.

Dr. Roberta L. Coles

Dr. Roberta L. Coles

Dr. Astrida Kaugars Associate Professor

Published: “Behavioral Factors Influencing Health Outcomes in Youth with Type 1 Diabetes,” US Endocrinology, Vol. 8, No. 2 (December 2012), with graduate student Ashley Moss. Presented: “Examining Families Within the Context of Pediatric Chronic Illness,” Family Resiliency Center, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Ill., December 2012.

Dr. Kristy Nielson Professor

Published: “Physical Activity and Brain Function in Older Adults at Increased Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease,” Brain Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 1 (April 2013), pp 54-83, with J. Woodard, M. Seidenberg and S. Rao. Published: “Comparison of Semantic and Episodic Memory BOLD fMRI Activation in Predicting Cognitive Decline in Older Adults,” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, Vol. 18, No. 5 ( January 2013), with graduate students Alissa Butts, Melissa Lancaster, Michael Sugarman and Monica Matthews, J. Woodard, L. Guidotti-Breting, M. Seidenberg, J. Smith, S. Durgerian and S. Rao. Presented: “Imaging for White Matter Alterations After an Exercise Intervention: A DTI Study in MCI and Normal Controls,” Annual Meeting of International Society of Magnetic Resonance and Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 2013, with P. Antuono, J. Lyons and J. Smith. Presented: “Emotional Suppression Has Consequences for General Memory Ability in Older Adults,” with graduate students S. Byers, K. Hazlett and C. Figueroa; Presented: “Self-reported Emotion Regulation and Cognitive Functioning in Young Adults,” with graduate students S. Byers, K. Hazlett and C. Figueroa; Wisconsin Psychological Association, Madison, Wis., April 2013. Presented: “Changes in Verbal Learning Across Trial and Time: Predicting Cognitive Decline in Older Adults Over Five Years,” with graduate students C. Figueroa, N. Hantke, and K. Hazlett, and J. Woodard, M. Seidenberg, J. Smith, S. Durgerian, M. Sugarman, C. Kandah and C. Kay; Presented: “Effects of an Exercise Intervention

Chair and Professor on Semantic Memory MRI Activation in Mild Cognitive Impairment,” with graduate students N. Hantke and A. Butts, and P. Antuono, J-A. Lyons, M. Verber, R. Hanson and E. Browning; Presented: “Episodic Memory, Hippocampal Activation During Encoding, and Eventual Cognitive Decline in Elders: The Importance of Correct Rejections,” with graduate students N. Hantke, K. Hazlett, and C. Figueroa, and J. Woodard, M. Seidenberg, J. Smith, S. Durgerian, M. Sugarman, C. Kay, C. Kandah and A. Norman; Presented: “Fine Motor Variability, APOE- 4, and Longitudinal Memory Outcome in Healthy Elders,” with graduate students C. Figueroa and K. Hazlett, and M. Seidenberg, C. Kandah, M. Matthews, M. Lancaster, S. Durgerian, J. Smith and J. Woodard; Presented: “Longitudinal Associations Between Physical Activity, Cognitive Decline, and Hippocampal Volume in Healthy APOE- 4 Carriers,” with graduate students C. Figueroa, N. Hantke and K. Hazlett, and J. Woodard, M. Seidenberg, S. Durgerian, M. Lancaster, M. Matthews, M. Sugarman and C. Kay; Presented: “Longitudinal Change in Parahippocampal Cortical Thickness as a Function of Cognitive Decline and Gene Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease,” with graduate students C. Figueroa and N. Hantke, and S. Durgerian, J. Woodard, J. Smith, M. Seidenberg, Graduate Student, M. Sugarman, C. Kay, C. Kandah and A. Norman; Presented: “Predictive Ability of Intraindividual Variability in Healthy Elders at Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease,” with graduate students K. Hazlett and N. Hantke, and J. Woodard, J. Smith, M. Seidenberg, S. Durgerian, M. Sugarman, C. Kay, C. Kandah and A. Norman; Presented: “Rapid Forgetting in the Prediction of Future Cognitive Decline in Healthy Older Adults,” with J. Woodard, J. Smith, M. Seidenberg, S. Durgerian and S. Rao; Presented: “Use of Automated Hippocampal Subfield Segmentation for Predicting Probability of Cognitive Decline in Healthy Older Adults,” with graduate student C. Figueroa, M. Seidenberg, J. Smith, S. Durgerian, M. Sugarman, A. Norman, M. Lancaster, M. Matthews, C. Kandah and C. Kay; Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, International Neuropsychological Society, Waikaloa, Hawaii, February 2013.

Awarded: Nora Finnigan Werra Award, (Association of Marquette University Women), April 2013.

Dr. Alexandra Crampton Assistant Professor

Published: “The Impossibility of Purity in the Face of Human Rights Dangers,” Anthropology News, Vol. 54, No. 5-6, (May 2013), pp 11-12. Published: “Negotiation Stands Alone,” Educating Negotiators for a Connected World: Volume 4 in the Rethinking Negotiation Teaching Series, (April 2013), James Coben and Christopher Honeyman (editors), pp 607-624, Dispute Resolution Institute, with Michael Tsur.

Dr. Mary Anne Farkas Professor

Published: The Dilemma of the Sexual Offender, (2013), Charles C. Thomas Publisher, with George Palermo.

Dr. Heather Hlavka Assistant Professor

Grant: $100,042, “Trace, Body, Voice: U.S. Cultural Narratives of Sexual Assault in the Post-forensic Trial,” National Science Foundation. with Dr. Sameena Mulla, Department of Social and Cultural Sciences.

Dr. James A. Holstein Professor

Published: “Writing in Practice: Revising,” Writing for Emerging Sociologists, (February 2013), Angelique Harris and Alia R. Tyner‑Mullings (editors), pp 232-234, Sage Publications.

Dr. Sameena Mulla

Presented: “Conceptualization and Method in Social Research,” May 8, 2013; Presented: “Analyzing and Writing Qualitative Research,” May 6, 2013; Oslo and Akerhus University College of Applied Science, Oslo, Norway, with Jaber Gubrium. Appointed: Editorial review board member, The American Sociologist, December 2012.

Dr. Richard Jones Professor

Awarded: Teaching Excellence Award, (Marquette University), May 2013.

Dr. Dawne Moon Assistant Professor

Presented: “Unraveling the Personal and the Political in Jewish-Palestinian Dialogue,” Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., Jan. 10, 2013. Appointed: Committee member, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2013 to 2014.

Dr. Sameena Mulla Assistant Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Heather Hlavka, Department of Social and Cultural Sciences. Presented: “Ethical Subjects in the Vital Politics of Sexual Assault Intervention,” Anthropologies of Conflict in a New Millennium, American Ethnological Society/ Association for Political and Legal Anthropology, Chicago, April 12, 2013. Awarded: Way Klingler Young Scholar Award, (Marquette University), March 2013.

Dr. Jane Darden Peterson Chair and Professor

Reviewed: Bill Finlayson and Graeme Warren’s Changing Natures: Hunter-gatherers, First Farmers and the Modern World, American Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 116, No. 1 ( January 2012), pp 1-3, Duckworth Publishers. Reviewed: Barbara J. Roth’s Engendering Households in the Prehistoric Southwest, American Antiquity, Vol. 77, No. 2 (2012), pp 398-399, University of Arizona Press. Awarded: Faculty Star Award, (National Residence Hall Honorary), 2012.

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Dr. Darren Wheelock Associate Professor

Published: “Managing the Socially Marginalized: Attitudes Towards Welfare, Punishment and Race,” Journal of Poverty, Vol. 16, (2012), pp 1-26, with Pamela Wald and Yakov Shrukin. Published: “Standard Technical Review for NIJ Report: Extension of Current Estimates of Redemption Times: Robustness Testing, Out-ofState Arrests, and Racial Differences,” National Institute of Justice, (2012), p 8.

DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY Dr. Joshua Burns Assistant Professor

Presented: “The Synagogue of Severus: Commemorating the Torah in Classical Rome,” Annual Conference of the Association for Jewish Studies, Chicago, Dec. 17, 2012.

Rev. Robert Doran, S.J.

Emmett Doerr Chair and Professor

Published: “Two Ways of Being Conscious: The Notion of Psychic Conversion,” Journal of Lonergan Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1 (Spring 2012), pp 1-17. Published: “Sanctifying Grace, Charity, and Divine Indwelling: A Key to the Nexus Mysteriorum Fidei,” Lonergan Workshop, Vol. 3, (December 2012), pp 165-194. Published: “Social Grace,” Method: Journal of Lonergan Studies, Vol. 2, No. 2, (December 2012), pp 30-42. Edited: Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan, Vol. 24: Early Works on Theological Method 3, (2013), University of Toronto Press, with H. Daniel Monsour. Edited: Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan, Vol. 23: Early Works on Theological Method 2, (2013), University of Toronto Press, with H. Daniel Monsour. Presented: “No Other Gospel: Ecclesial Integrity in the Appropriation of the Second Vatican Council,” West Coast Methods Institute, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, April 5, 2013.

Dr. Irfan Omar

Dr. Ulrich L. Lehner Associate Professor

Grant: $18,500, “Disputed Enlightenment. Central Europe and the Challenge of Catholic Reform, 1750-1806,” Earhart Foundation. Published: “How Enlightened Can a Monk Be?,” Journal of Religious History, Vol. 37, No. 1 (March 2013), pp 64-79. Published: “Against the Consensus of the Fathers: The Conundrums of 18th Century Catholic Exegesis,” Pro Ecclesia, Vol. 12, (March 2012), pp 189-221. Published: “Enlightened Monasticism,” 1650–1850: Ideas, Aesthetics and Inquiries into the Early Modern Era, Vol. 19, (December 2012), pp 327-337. Published: Klostergericht und -kerker: Der ‘Criminalprocess der Franciskaner (1769), (December 2012) Bautz: Religionsgeschichte der Fruehen Neuzeit. Presented: “The Global German Enlightenment. New Research Perspectives,” Germanic Languages Department, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan., Feb. 5, 2013. Appointed: Editorial review board member, Eighteenth-Century Thought, December 2012.

Published: The Sacrament of the Eucharist, (2012), Liturgical Press. Presented: “Theological Themes in the Sacrament of the Eucharist,” North American Academy of Liturgy, Albuquerque, N.M., Jan. 4, 2013.

Dr. Jame Schaefer

Grant: $20,000, “Mentoring Through Team-taught Introduction to Theology,” Wabash Center.

Presented: “Cooperating with God’s Creation: A Christian Response to Environmental Degradation,” Sunday Morning Adult Forum, St. Matthew’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Milwaukee. April 28, 2013. Presented: “Reconciliation with God, Others and Earth: Ignatian Motivation for Healing Our Relationship with Earth,” Ignatian Associates Meeting, Milwaukee, March 26, 2013.

Associate Professor

Dr. Mickey Mattox

Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies

Rev. Bryan Massingale

Dr. Joseph Ogbonnaya

Professor and Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies

Associate Professor

Dr. Robert Masson

Published: A Merry Memoir of Sex, Death, and Religion, (March 2013), Caritas Communications.

Professor

Rev. John David Laurance, S.J.

Presented: “Ethics of Nonviolence: An Islamic Response to Injustice,” Society for Indian Philosophy and Religion Annual Conference, Kolkata, India, Jan. 4, 2013.

Presented: “Hierarchy, Order, Authority: Measuring Martin Luther’s Debt to Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite,” Society for Reformation Studies, Cambridge University, England, April 4, 2013. Presented: “Crossed Paths: Two Religious Autobiographies,” Luther H. Harshbarger Seminar in Religious Studies, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa., March 14, 2013.

Dr. Daniel Maguire

Rev. Robert Doran, S.J.

Presented: “An Instrument of Your Peace? How Religion Both Makes and Unmakes Racial Prejudice and Fear,” Religion, Intolerance and Justice, Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee, Milwaukee, March 19, 2013. Presented: “Religious Faith and the Pursuit of Justice,” People of Faith United for Justice, Wisconsin Conference of Churches, Madison, Wis., March 14, 2013. Presented: “The Dark Nights of Malcolm X: Catholic Spirituality and the Challenge of Social Justice” Annual Kennedy Lecture, Maryland Province Jesuits, Charlotte, N.C., Jan. 26, 2013.

Presented: “Signs of the Time: A Diverse Church in a Diverse Society,” Annual Spring Clergy Assembly, Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Fontana, Wis., May 6, 2013. Presented: “Racial Justice, The Catholic Church, and Amazing Grace,” Symposium on Racism and Cultural Diversity, Catholic Diocese of Cleveland, Cleveland, April 19, 2013. Presented: “Malcolm X: Directions for 21st Century Religious Thought and Activism,” Annual Wilbur Symposium, St. Ambrose College, Davenport, Iowa, March 21, 2013.

Assistant Professor

Published: Lonergan, Social Transformation and Sustainable Human Development, (2013), Pickwick Publications.

Dr. Irfan Omar

Associate Professor

Presented: “Islam and Jihad,” Cudahy High School Lecture, Cudahy High School, Cudahy, Wis., May 2, 2013. Presented: “Islam and Diversity,” Saint John’s on the Lake Lecture, Milwaukee, Wis., April 15, 2013. Presented: “The Imperative of Interfaith Dialogue: A Muslim Perspective,” Workshop on Interfaith Dialogue, MUIS — Islamic Community of Singapore, Singapore, Jan. 12, 2013.

Rev. Philip J. Rossi, S.J. Professor

Reviewed: Charles Taylor’s Dilemmas and Connections: Selected Essays, Theological Studies, Vol. 73, (2012), pp 244-245. Presented: “Cosmopolitan Religion and the Moral Imperative for Perpetual Peace,” North American Kant Society, American Philosophical Association-Pacific Division, San Francisco, March 28, 2013.

Associate Professor

Dr. Susan Wood

Chair and Professor

Presented: “Unity at the Table: The Ecumenical Challenge,” The Theology of Walter Kasper: A Celebration of His Life and Work, Notre Dame University, South Bend, Ind., April 26, 2013. Presented: “Hierarchy of Truths: Its Meaning and Implications for Ecumenical Dialogue,” U.S. LutheranCatholic Dialogue, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington, D.C.. April 11, 2013. Presented: “The Ecclesiological Implications of the New Landscape in Catholic Health Care,” Catholic Health Association of America, St. Louis, March 21, 2013. Presented: “Church as Sacrament and the Salvation of Non-Christians,” Creighton University, Omaha, Neb., Feb. 12, 2013. Presented: “Called to Communion,” Sisters of Mercy, Philadelphia, Jan. 4, 2013.


Summer 2013 — Compendium

Dr. Alex Stewart

Professor and Coleman Chair in Entrepreneurship

Appointed: Interviewee, National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship, Dec. 12, 2012.

Dr. Siddhartha Syam Professor

Published: “A Comprehensive Location-allocation Method for Specialized Healthcare Services,” Operations Research for Healthcare, Vol. 1, No. 4 (December 2012), p 11.

DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING Dr. Craig Andrews

Professor and Charles H. Kellstadt Chair

Dr. David Clark

College of Business Administration DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING Dr. Michael Akers Chair and Professor

Published: “An Examination of Personal Values and Value Systems of Chinese and U.S. Business Students,” American Journal of Business Education, Vol. 6, No. 1 ( January 2013), pp 119-128, with Xin Li.

Barbara Kren

Adjunct Instructor

Published: “More Effective Planning in a Traditional Two-Stage Cost System with Activity-Based Management,” Cost Management, Vol. 26, No. 6, Sharman, (December 2012), pp 6-11.

Dr. Qianhua Ling Assistant Professor

Published: “Charitable Ratings and Financial Reporting Quality: Evidence from the Human Service Sector,” Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting and Financial Management, Vol. 25, No. 1 (April 2013), pp 69-90, with Daniel Neely.

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS Dr. David Clark Professor

Presented: “Overview of Wisconsin Real Estate Market,” Greater Milwaukee Association of REALTORS, Milwaukee, Jan. 16, 2013. Presented: “Industrial Property Rents in the Chicago Metropolitan Area,” Allied Social Science Association, American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association session, San Diego, Jan. 4, 2013, with Dr. Anthony PenningtonCross, Department of Finance.

Dr. Joseph Daniels Chair and Professor

Published: International Monetary and Financial Economics, (2013), Prentice Hall/Pearson, with David VanHoose.

Published: “Exchange Rate PassThrough, Openness, Inflation, and the Sacrifice Ratio,” Journal of International Money and Finance, Vol. 36, (May 2013), pp 131-150, with David VanHoose.

Dr. John Davis Professor

Grant: $74,250, “Reflexivity and the Theory of Economic Agents,” Institute for New Economic Thinking. Presented: “Social Enterprises,” Democratic Employee Ownership Workshop, University of Wisconsin– Madison, Madison, Wis., Dec. 1, 2012.

Dr. Miao Wang

Associate Professor

Published: “The Effect of Foreign Direct Investment on International Migration: Does Education Matter?,” World Economy, Vol. 36, No. 5 (2013), pp 537-562, with M.C. Wong and Jim Granato.

Dr. Olga Yakusheva Associate Professor

Grant: $50,000, “Value Added of Nurse Education in Acute Care,” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE Dr. Matteo Arena Associate Professor

Published: “The Discretionary Effect of CEOs and Board Chairs on Corporate Governance Structures,” Journal of Empirical Finance, Vol. 21, (March 2013), pp 121-131, with Dr. Marcus Braga-Alves, Department of Finance.

Dr. Marcus Braga-Alves Assistant Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Matteo Arena, Department of Finance. Presented: “Predicting Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets,” Financial Globalization and Sustainable Finance: Implications for Policy and Practice, European Centre for Corporate Engagement, Cape Town, South Africa, May 30, 2013, with Matthew Morey.

Presented: “Discussion: Lehman’s and Lemons: A Study of Institutional Investment in U.S. Firms,” 2013 MFA Meeting, Midwest Finance Association, Chicago, March 15, 2013. Appointed: Member, American Finance Association, 2012. Appointed: Member, Business Association of Latin American Studies, 2013.

Dr. Manoj Kulchania Assistant Professor

Published: “Catering Driven Substitution in Corporate Payouts,” Journal of Corporate Finance, Vol. 21, ( June 2013), pp 180-195. Published: “Trading Activity Around Accelerated Share Repurchases,” Journal of Financial Research, Vol. 36, No. 1 (April 2013), pp 91-114. Elected: Committee Member, Financial Management Association, Jan. 20 to March 1, 2013.

Dr. Anthony Pennington-Cross Professor

Presented: see entry for Dr. David Clark, Department of Economics.

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT Dr. Edward Inderrieden Associate Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Bonnie O’Neill, Department of Management.

Dr. Bonnie O’Neill Associate Professor

Published: “Factors Associated with Preferences Regarding Selected Forms of Variable Pay: A Replication and Extension,” International Journal of Business and Social Science, Vol. 4, No. 4 (April 2013), with Dr. Edward Inderrieden, Department of Management. Presented: “Psychological Contracts and the Employment Relationship: What Managers Should Know,” 2013 NCURA Region IV Conference, National Council of University Research Administrators, Milwaukee, April 16, 2013.

Grant: $3,600, “Do Nutrition Knowledge and Motivation Matter in the Evaluation and Use of Multi-Color Versus Monochrome Front-of-Package Nutrition Symbols?” Marketing Science Institute. Awarded: First-round recommendation, Fulbright Schuman E.U. Affairs Program Award, (Council for International Exchange of Scholars), December 2012. Awarded: Way Klingler Sabbatical Fellowship, (Marquette University), 2013.

Dr. Gene Laczniak

Sanders Professor Emeritus

Published: “Stakeholder Theory and Marketing: Moving from a Firmcentric to a Societal Perspective,” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, Vol. 31, No. 2 (2012), pp 284-292, with Patrick Murphy. Presented: “Substantive Domains in Public Policy: Marketing Ethics,” AMA Marketing and Public Policy Research Workshop, American Marketing Association, Washington, D.C., May 2013. Presented: “Corporate Social Responsibility in the Next Decade,” International Symposium on Marketing Ethics, Nanovic Institute for European Studies, London, April 2013. Presented: “Vulnerable Consumer Segments: Emerging Issues,” AMA Winter Educators’ Meetings, American Marketing Association, Las Vegas, February 2013. Presented: “The ‘Integrative Justice Model’ as a Transformative Justice Framework for Base-of-thepyramid Marketing,” Second Annual Conference for Positive Marketing, Fordham University, N.Y., Jan. 15, 2013, with Rev. Nicholas Santos, S.J., Department of Marketing, and Tina Facca.

Rev. Nicholas Santos, S.J. Assistant Professor

Presented: “Response to Rev. Michael Czerny’s paper: ‘The International Monetary and Financial Systems: Who’s Moving Any Reform?,’” Colloquium on Bernard Lonergan’s Economics and the Global Financial Crisis, Milwaukee, March 1, 2013. Presented: “Marketing at the Base-ofthe-pyramid with Fairness and Equity: An Integrative Justice Approach,” Winter Marketing Educators’ Conference 2013, American Marketing Association, Las Vegas, Feb. 16, 2013. Presented: see entry for Dr. Gene Laczniak, Department of Marketing.

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The Book Shelf

Dr. Virginia Chappell

Dr. Alison Efford

Reading Rhetorically — demonstrates to students how to analyze texts by recognizing rhetorical strategies and genre conventions, as well as how to incorporate other writers’ texts into their own research-based papers. See p. 3.

German Immigrants, Race, and Citizenship in the Civil War Era — explores how German immigrants influenced the rise and fall of white commitment to African-American rights in the United States. See p. 4.

Dr. Joseph Daniels International Monetary and Financial Economics — covers the key concepts of both international financial economics and open economy macroeconomics by relating the material to current business and policy issues. See p. 11.

Rev. Robert Doran, S.J. Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan: Early Works on Theological Method 2, Vol. 23 — traces the background of Lonergan’s notion of functional specialization as it emerged in his Latin courses and seminars on method. See p. 10.

Rev. Robert Doran, S.J. Collected Works of Bernard Lonergan: Early Works on Theological Method 3, Vol. 24 — traces the background of Lonergan’s notion of functional specialization as it emerged in his Latin courses and seminars on method. See p. 10.

Dr. Mary Ann Farkas The Dilemma of the Sexual Offender — examines the world of sexual offenders through psychiatric, legal, moral and bio-social analysis. See p. 9.

Dr. Kevin Gibson Sustaining Living Culture — discusses best practices for sustaining vulnerable cultural practices being eroded by forces of development and homogenization. See p. 22.

Dr. John Grych The Web of Violence: Exploring Connections Among Different Forms of Interpersonal Violence and Abuse — creates a basis for understanding the interconnections across forms of violence throughout the lifespan. See p. 8.


Summer 2013 — Compendium

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

Dr. John Jentz

Dr. Daniel C. Maguire

Chicago in the Age of Capital: Class Politics and Democracy During the Civil War and Reconstruction — traces the evolution of modern societal structures by examining the dramatic capitalist transition in Chicago from the 1850s through the 1870s. See p. 24.

A Merry Memoir of Sex, Death, and Religion — is a memoir of Maguire’s often-humorous journey as a theologian. See p. 10.

Dr. Chima Korieh The Way We Lived: Essays on Nigerian History, Gender and Society — analyzes the impact of European colonialism since the late nineteenth century and the Atlantic slave trade on Nigerian societies and the Igbo region in Africa. See p. 4.

Rev. John Laurance, S.J. The Sacrament of the Eucharist — investigates the nature of the Eucharist, primarily using the work of Rahner, Kilmartin and Chauvet. See p. 10.

Dr. Sebastian Luft The Routledge Companion to Phenomenology — serves as a guide and reference source to the key philosophers, topics and themes of phenomenology. See p. 6.

Dr. Mark Nagurka Probabilistic Models for Dynamical Systems — introduces students to techniques for solving for variables in time-dependent functions, with an emphasis on governing equations. See p. 18.

Dr. Joseph Ogbonnaya Lonergan, Social Transformation, and Sustainable Human Development — brings contemporary development discourse and Catholic social teachings into conversation with Lonergan’s philosophical anthropology. See p. 10.

Mark G. Thiel Native Footsteps: Along the Path of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha — presents the stories of devotion to Native American Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, the first Native American woman ever canonized by the Roman Catholic Church, from past to present. See p. 24.

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J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication Dr. Steven R. Goldzwig

Chair, Professor and Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research

Published: “Contesting the So-Called Postracial Landscape of Presidential Politics: Obama, African Americans, and a Shifting Electorate,” Venomous Speech: Problems with American Political Discourse on the Right and the Left, (April 2013), Clarke Rountree (editor), pp 75-92, Praeger, with Patricia Sullivan. Published: “President Obama and Counterterrorism Policy: When Campaign Pressures meet Governing Imperatives,” The Presidential Leadership Dilemma: Between the Constitution and a Political Party, (April 2013), Julia R. Azari, Lara M. Brown and Kim G. Nworka (editors), pp 185-211, SUNY Press. Presented: “Policy-Making and Political Activism: Exploring Political Rhetorics within Local, National, and Global Contexts,” Central States Communication Association, Political Communication Interest Group/ Rhetorical Theory and Criticism Interest Group, Kansas City, Mo., April 5, 2013. Presented: “Challenges to the ‘Possible:’ The Intersection of Political Communication and Social Protest,” Central States Communication Association, Political Communication Interest Group, Kansas City, Mo., April 4, 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES Dr. Sarah Bonewits Feldner Associate Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Kati Tusinski Berg, Department of Strategic Communication. Published: “Toyota, Oh What A Feeling? Or Oh What a Mess: Ethics at the Intersection of Industry, Government, and Publics,” Case Studies in Organizations: Ethical Perspectives and Practices, 2nd edition, (2013), Steven K. May (editor), pp 111-124, Sage Publications, with Rebecca J. Meisenbach.

Dr. Jeremy Fyke Assistant Professor

Published: “The Ethics of Conscious Capitalism: Wicked Problems in Leading Change and Changing Leaders,” Human Relations, DOI: 10.1177/0018726713485306, (2013), with Patrice Buzzanell. Reviewed: Wayne Visser’s The Age of Responsibility: CSR 2.0 and the New DNA of Business, Business Communication Quarterly, Vol. 76, No. 1 (March 2013), pp 118. Presented: “Imagining and Leading the Possible (Yet Problematic!): The Promises and Pitfalls of Leadership;” Presented: “The Possibilities of Case Study Pedagogies: Strategies, Situations, Media,” Central States Communication Association Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Mo., April 5, 2013, with Rahul Mitra.

Presented: “Creating a Campus Collaboratory,” Ashoka U Exchange, Ashoka, San Diego, Feb. 27, 2013.

Dr. Robert Martin Shuter Professor

Appointed: Program Coordinator, NCA International and Intercultural Communication Division, 2012.

Dr. James (Jim) Pokrywczynski Associate Professor

Presented: “Sports Sponsorship Recall Among Fans: Using Fan Avidity and Involvement to Explain Effects,” American Academy of Advertising 2013, Albuquerque, N.M., April 2013, with graduate student David Brinker and David Bohnsack.

Dr. Lynn Turner

Chair and Professor

Published: “Constructing the Grandmother-Granddaughter Relationship Through Communication: A Review of Relevant Literature,” Mothers and Daughters: Complicated Connections Across Cultures, (2012), A.H. Deakins, R. B. Lockridge, and H. M. Sterk (editors), pp 231-250, University Press of America.

DEPARTMENT OF JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

College of Education Dr. William Henk Dean and Professor

Published: “Measuring the Reader Self-Perceptions of Adolescents: Introducing the RSPS2,” Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, Vol. 56, No. 4 (December 2012/ January 2013), pp 311-320, with Barbara Marinak and Steven Melnick.

Published: “Data Collection Methods in CQR,” pp 83-101; Published: “Ethical Considerations in CQR,” pp 201-212; Consensual Qualitative Research: A Practical Resource for Investigating Social Science Phenomena, (2012), Clara E. Hill (editor), American Psychological Association, with Dr. Sarah Knox, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology, and Clara Hill. Published: “Implementation Challenges and Training Needs for Comprehensive School Counseling Programs in Wisconsin High Schools,” Professional School Counseling, Vol. 16, No. 2 (December 2012), pp 136-145, with graduate students M. Martinez and S. Skytte, and M. Gillen.

Dr. Stephen Byers

Assistant Professor and Student Publications Adviser

Presented: “‘Dear Mrs. Griggs: Women Readers Pour Out Their Hearts in the Heartland, 1930s-1980s,” Popular Culture Association, Washington, D.C., March 29, 2013, with Genevieve McBride.

Dr. Pamela Nettleton Assistant Professor

Appointed: Judge of Annual Awards, Catholic Press Association, February to April 2013.

Dr. Karen Slattery

Chair and Associate Professor

Grant: see entry for Alan Borsuk, Law School. Published: “Suppressing Allied Atrocity Stories: The Unwritten Clause of the World War II Censorship Code,” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Vol. 89, No. 4 (Winter 2012), pp 624-642, with Mark Doremus. Appointed: Judge, RTNA News Association of Southern California, Dec. 8, 2012.

DEPARTMENT OF STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION

Dr. Karen Slattery

Dr. Kati Tusinski Berg Assistant Professor

Published: “The World is a… Network: Social Media and Cause Networks in the Girl Effect Movement,” New Media and Public Relations, Second Edition, (2012), Peter Lang and Sandra Duhe (editors), pp 169-177, Peter Lang Publishing Group, with Dr. Sarah Bonewits Feldner, Department of Communication Studies.

Linda Menck

Professional in Residence

Presented: “Designing and Teaching a Course in Mobile Marketing,” Racom IMC Roundtable, Chicago Area Direct Marketing Education Foundation, DePaul University, Chicago, May 9, 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF COUNSELOR EDUCATION AND COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY Dr. Alan Burkard Chair and Professor

Published: “Corrective Relational Experiences: Client Perspectives,” Transformation in Psychotherapy: Corrective Experiences Across Cognitive Behavioral, Humanistic, and Psychodynamic Approaches, ( June 2012), L. G. Castonguay and Clara E. Hill (editors), pp 191-214, American Psychological Association, with Dr. Sarah Knox, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology, S. Hess, C. Hill and R. Crook-Lyon.

Published: see entry for Dr. Sarah Knox, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology.

Dr. Lisa M. Edwards Associate Professor

Published: “Voices of Early Career Counseling Psychologists in Division 17, the Society of Counseling Psychology,” The Counseling Psychologist, Vol. 40, No. 6 (August 2012), pp 794-825, with B. Keller, D. Mollen, M. Bledsoe, L. Buhin, J. Levy, J. Magyar-Moe and O. Yakushko.


Summer 2013 — Compendium

Published: “Toward the Prevention of Sexual Risk Taking Among Latina Youth,” Oxford Handbook of Prevention in Counseling Psychology, (2012), L. Vera (editor), pp 285-298, Oxford University Press, with graduate student Lucia Stubbs. Presented: “Self-Care: The Transition from Graduate to Professional,” National Latina/o Psychology Association Conference, New Brunswick, N.J., October, 2012. Presented: “Verifying Semantic Equivalence of a Spanish Translation of the Adult Hope Scale,” National Latina/o Psychological Association, New Brunswick, N.J., October 2012. with graduate students Marcel Tassara, Jessica McClintock, Scott Lang, Diana Slivensky and Jennifer Guerrero. Presented: “Perceptions of Interpersonal Dating Relationships and Violence Among Latino Male Adolescents,” Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine, New Orleans, May 2012, with Dr. Ruth Ann Belknap, College of Nursing, and Dr. Kristin Haglund, College of Nursing.

Dr. Robert Fox Professor

Grant: $56,250, “Behavior Clinic: A Home-Based, Child Management Program for Low-Income Families,” U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Published: “Latino Families Find Help at Clinic for Troubled Children,” Neighborhood News Service, Feb. 11, 2013.

Dr. Sarah Knox Professor

Published: see entries for Dr. Alan Burkard, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology. Published: “Corrective Relational Experiences in Supervision,” Transformation in Psychotherapy: Corrective Experiences Across Cognitive Behavioral, Humanistic, and Psychodynamic Approaches, ( June 2012), L.G. Castonguay and C.E. Hill (editors), pp 335-352, American Psychological Association, with Dr. Alan Burkard, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology, A. Inman, C. Hill, R. Crook-Lyon, B. Thompson, S. Hess, E. Williams, and J. Walker. Published: “Writing the Manuscript in CQR,” pp 145-157; Published: “Qualitative Meta-analysis in CQR,” pp 159-171, with Shirley Hess; Consensual Qualitative Research: A Practical Resource for Investigating Social Science Phenomena, (2012), Clara E. Hill (editor), American Psychological Association. Appointed: Editorial review board member, Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session, 2012.

Dr. Timothy Melchert Associate Professor

Published: “Beyond Theoretical Orientations: The Emergence of a Unified Scientific Framework for Professional Psychology,” Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, Vol. 44, No. 1 (February 2013), pp 11-19.

Dr. Kevin Tate

Assistant Professor

Published: “Conceptualizing Group Dynamics from Our Clients’ Perspective: Development of the Conceptualization of Group Dynamics Inventory,” Journal for Specialist in Group Work, Vol. 38, No. 2 (2013), pp 146–168, with Edil Torres Rivera, William Conwill, M. Miller and Ana Puig. Published: “Finding Purpose in Pain: Using Logotherapy as a Method for Addressing Survivor Guilt in FirstGeneration College Students,” Journal of College Counseling, Vol. 16, No. 1 (April 2013), pp 79-92, with graduate student Dia Harden and Cyrus Williams III. Published: “Social Justice and Career Development,” Career Developments, Vol. 28, No. 4 (2012), pp 5-9, with Lee Rush. Presented: “Counseling for Liberation: Applying Liberation Psychology to Counseling Practice,” with Rachael Goodman and Calderon Angela; Presented: “Cultivating Counselor Self-awareness: Working with Religion and Spirituality in Counseling,” with Kathleen Fallon; American Counseling Association Conference, Cincinnati, March 2013.

Appointed: Workshop organizer, Pathfinders Youth Shelter, April 2013.

Dr. Lisa M. Edwards (center)

Presented: “Convention Institute — Transitioning from Administrator to Faculty: Constructing a Successful Career,” with Kate Boyle, Judy Marquez Kiyama, John Foubert and Megan Moore Gardner; Presented: “Convention Institute — Transitioning from Administrator to Faculty: Preparing for Faculty Life,” with Anne Hornak, Vasti Torres and Richard Stevens; Presented: “Convention Institute — Transitioning from Administrator to Faculty: The Discernment Process,” with Eric Jessup-Anger, Kirsten Kennedy, Jillian Kinzie and Christina Lunceford; College Educators International National Convention, Commission on Graduate Preparation in Student Affairs, Las Vegas, March 2013.

Dr. Robert Lowe

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL POLICY AND LEADERSHIP Mary Carlson Adjunct Lecturer

Awarded: Way Klingler Teaching Enhancement Award, (Marquette University), 2013.

Dr. Sharon Chubbuck Associate Professor

Presented: “African American Male Responses to a Forgiveness Curricular Intervention: Resisting/Reifying Narratives of Violent Masculinity?,” Annual Meeting of AERA, San Francisco, April 28, 2013, with graduate student Brandon Buck and Michalinos Zembylas.

Dr. Jody Jessup-Anger Assistant Professor

Published: “Students’ Peer Interactions Within a Cohort and in Host Countries During a Short-term Study Abroad,” Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, Vol. 50, No. 1 (February 2013), pp 21-36, with graduate student Aileen Aragones.

Professor

Published: “Educationalizing the Welfare State and Privatizing Education: The Evolution of Social Policy Since the New Deal,” Closing the Opportunity Gap, (2013), Prudence L. Carter and Kevin G. Welner (editors), pp 25-39, Oxford University Press. Awarded: Teaching Excellence Award, (Marquette University), May 2013.

Dr. Leigh Vandenkieboom Assistant Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Marta Magiera, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences. Published: see entry for Dr. John Moyer, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences. Presented: “Pre-service Teachers’ Responses to Students’ Relational Thinking during Clinical Interviews,” with Dr. Marta Magiera, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences, and Dr. John Moyer, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences; Presented: “Supporting K-12 Teachers’ Implementation of the Common Core Mathematical Practices: The Context of AlgebraRelated Concepts,” with Dr. Marta Magiera, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences; Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference, Jan. 25, 2013.

Presented: “A Conceptual Approach to Algebra Skills,” Professional Development Workshop, U.S. Department of Education Mathematics Science Partnership Grant, Jan. 14, 2013, Nathan Hale High School, with Dr. Marta Magiera, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences.

Dr. Doris Walker-Dalhouse Professor

Published: “Changing Outcomes in Reading for Bryant, an AfricanAmerican Urban Learner: A Case Study,” Struggling Readers Can Succeed: Teaching Solutions Based on Real Kids in Classrooms and Communities, (May, 2013), N. Nilsson and S. Gandy (editors), Information Age Publishing, with A. Dalhouse. Presented: “Be That Teacher! Creating Learning Environments Using Strategies That Are Engaging, Productive, and Relevant to Struggling Readers,” International Reading Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, April 20, 2013. Presented: “Supporting Teachers, Supporting Struggling Readers with Complex Text,” Institute 19 Assessment in the Era of the Common Core State Standards, International Reading Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 19, 2013. Awarded: Outstanding Research Article, (Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading), December 2012. Appointed: Committee member, International Reading Association 2014 Conference, April 2013 to May 2014. Appointed: Committee member, International Reading Association, 2012. Appointed: Advisory Board for the University of Kentucky’s Read to Achieve Program, 2012.

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Dr. Joan Whipp

Associate Professor, Director of Teacher Education and Director of Graduate Studies Presented: “Factors that Predict the Choice to Teach in HighPoverty Urban Schools,” American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, April 2013, with Lara Geronime. Presented: “Socially Just Teaching in High-Poverty Schools,” American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, April 2013, with Brandon Buck.

INSTITUTE FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF LEARNING Dr. Howard Fuller

Director and Distinguished Professor

Grant: $211,649, “Charter School Policy Support,” City of Milwaukee.

College of Engineering Dr. Robert Bishop Opus Dean

Grant: $50,000, “ALHAT Navigation and Morpheus Development,” NASA.

Dr. Jon Jensen

Associate Dean for Enrollment Management Grant: $12,000, “Environmental Engineering Exploration,” Pentair Water Treatment.

Dr. Kristina Ropella

Executive Associate Dean

Grant: $250,000, “Collaborative Research Integrating Neuroimaging and Neurorehabilitation: Continuing the Momentum (FNERC),” Dr. Ralph and Marian Falk Medical Research Trust, with Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Presented: “Functional Neuroimaging Using MR: Moving From Basic Research to Clinical Application,” Texas A&M, College Station, Texas, April 8, 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Dr. Carolyne Albert

ARRT Postdoctoral Fellow

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

Dr. Said Audi

Associate Professor

Grant: $6,213, “Novel Diagnostics to Detect Lung Injury,” Veterans Administration, with Dr. Anne Clough, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences. Published: “Surface Fluorescence Studies of Tissue Mitochondrial Redox State in Isolated Perfused Rat Lungs,” Annals of Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 41, No. 4 (April 2013), pp 827-836, with Reyhaneh Sepehr, Elizabeth Jacobs and Mahsa Ranji.

First-time Grant Awardees Dr. Susan Breakwell, clinical associate professor of nursing, received her first grant through Marquette University for “Palliative Care in African American Communities: Focus Group Study,” funded by the Greater Milwaukee Foundation. Dr. Heather Hlavka, assistant professor of social and cultural sciences, and Dr. Sameena Mulla, assistant professor of social and cultural sciences, received their first grant through Marquette University for “Trace, Body, Voice: U.S. Cultural Narratives of Sexual Assault in the Post-Forensic Trial,” funded by the National Science Foundation. Patrick Kennelly, director of the Center for Peacemaking, received his first grant through Marquette University for “Ripple Effect Milwaukee: Spreading Peace and Building Communities,” funded by the Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Robert Masson, associate professor of theology, received his first grant through Marquette University for “Mentoring through Team-Taught Introduction to Theology,” funded by the Wabash Center. Dr. Margaret Mathison, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, received her first grant through Marquette University for “Evaluation of Heat Recovery Options for Improved Energy Efficiency of Manufacturing Facility,” funded by Strattec Security Corporation. Dr. Stephanie Quade, dean of students in the Division of Student Affairs, received her first grant through Marquette University for the “Burke Scholars Program,” funded by The Burke Foundation. Dr. Sheila Stover, clinical associate professor of dental clinical services, received her first grant through Marquette University for “Establishing the National Dental Pipeline Learning Institute to Disseminate Lessons and Expertise of the RWJP and California Programs,” funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Published: “Lung Uptake of 99mTc- Hexamethylpropyleneamine Oxime (99mTc-HMPAO) in Two Unique Rat Models of Pulmonary Oxygen Toxicity,” Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of The Biomedical Engineering Society, (October 2012), p 115, with Dr. Anne Clough, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences. Published: “Understanding the in Vivo Uptake Kinetics of a Phosphatidylethanolamine-binding Agent 99mTc-Duramycin,” Nuclear Medicine and Biology, Vol. 39, No. 6 (August 2012), pp 821-825, with graduate student Joseph Capacete. Published: see entry for Dr. Anne Clough, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences. Presented: “Lung Uptake of 99mTc-Hexamethylpropyleneamine Oxime (99mTc-HMPAO) in Two Unique Rat Models of Pulmonary Oxygen Toxicity,” Biomedical Engineering Society Meeting, Atlanta, Oct. 26, 2012, with Dr. Anne Clough, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences. Appointed: Editorial review board member, Journal of Computational Medicine, Jan. 1, 2013.

Dr. Scott Beardsley Assistant Professor

Published: “Experimental Design for ERP and fMRI Integration Using Joint-independent Component Analysis: A Simulation Study,” Society for Neuroscience, Program No. 301. o1DDD75y, (2012). with Einat Liebenthal. Published: “Within-subject Joint Independent Component Analysis of Simultaneous fMRI/ERP in an Auditory Oddball Paradigm,” Neuroimage, Vol. 60, No. 4 (May 2012), pp 2247-2257, with Einat Liebenthal. Presented: “Impairments in Sensorimotor Control During Goaldirected Movement in Multiple Sclerosis,” Bioengineering Seminar Series, University of Wisconsin– Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Feb. 22, 2013.

Jessica Fritz

OREC Research Engineer

Grant: see entry for Dr. Joseph Schimmels, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt Assistant Professor

Grant: $223,636, “Advancing EnergyResolved CT Systems for Imaging K-Edge Contrast Agents,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: $73,182, “GE Advanced Cardiac Applications,” General Electric Company. Published: see entry for Dr. Anne Clough, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences. Presented: “Preliminary Investigation of a Bench-top Energy-Resolved CT System with CZT Detector: Calibrations, Artifacts, and Optimal Energy Weighting,” Workshop on Medical Applications of Spectroscopic X-ray Detectors, CERN, Geneva, April 24, 2013.

Presented: “Experimental Study of Optimal Energy Weighting in Energyresolved CT Using a CZT Detector;” Presented: “Quantifying Cross Scatter in Biplane Fluoroscopy Motion Analysis Systems,” with graduate student Ben McHenry; SPIE Medical Imaging, Orlando, Fla., Feb. 14, 2013.

Dr. Jay Goldberg

Clinical 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/Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Engineering Center

Grant: $66,261, “Shriners Research II,” Shriners Hospital for Children. Grant: $41,196, “Shriners Research II,” Shriners Hospital for Children. Grant: $15,000, “Shriners Research II,” Shriners Hospital for Children. Grant: $10,500, “Shriners Research II,” Shriners Hospital for Children. Grant: $5,000, “Shriners Research II,” Shriners Hospital for Children. Published: “Biomechanical Evaluation of an Optical System for Outreach Clinic Application in Underserved Areas,” pp 76–77, with graduate student J. Fritz, J. Long, J. Krzak and A. Graf. Published: “Glenohumeral Joint Dynamics During Pediatric Wheelchair Mobility,” pp 227-228, with B. Slavens, A. Graf, J. Krzak and L. Vogel; Published: “Glenohumeral Joint Kinematics Following Single Tendon Rotator Cuff Repair,” pp 253‑254, with graduate students J. Fritz, L. Rankine, S. Grindel and B. Slavens; Published: “The Use of Gait Analysis in the Treatment of a Child with Myelomenigocele: A Case Study,” pp 285-286, with A. Graf, J. Krzak and S. Hassani; Published: “Fluoroscopic Assessment of Hindfoot Kinematics During Gait: Comparison of Barefoot and Shod Motion,” pp 320–321, with B. McHenry; Proceedings of Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society, (May 2013). Published: “Application of a Bi‑planar Postural Model to Evaluate Effect of Spinal Fusion Surgery on Upright Standing Postural Control in Adolescents with Idiopathic Scoliosis,” Proceedings of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Research Symposium, (May 2013), p 1. Published: “Long Term Outcomes in Adults of Comprehensive Surgical vs. Ponseti Treated Clubfoot,” Proceedings of Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), with Adam Graf, Sahar Hassani, Joseph Krzak, Angela Caudill, Ann Flanagan, Ken Kuo, Fredrick Dietz and Jose Morcuende. Published: “3D Micron-scale Imaging of the Cortical Bone Canal Network in Human Osteogenesis Imperfecta,” Proceedings of SPIE, Medical Imaging: Biomedical Applications in Molecular, Structural, and Functional Imaging, Vol. 8672, with Dr. Carolyne Albert, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Bjoern Busse and Peter Smith.


Summer 2013 — Compendium

Published: “Bone Properties by Nanoindentation in Mild and Severe Osteogenesis Imperfecta,” Clinical Biomechanics, Vol. 28, No. 1 (February 2013), pp 110-116, with graduate student John Jameson, Dr. Jeffrey Toth, Department of Biomedical Engineering, and Peter Smith. Published: “Design and Validation of Bending Test Method for Characterization of Miniature Pediatric Cortical Bone Specimens,” Journal of Engineering in Medicine, Part H, Vol. 227, No. 2 (February 2013), pp 105–113, with graduate student John Jameson, Dr. Jeffrey Toth, Department of Biomedical Engineering, and Peter Smith. Published: “Effect of Fine Wire Electrode Insertion on Gait Patterns in Children with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy,” Gait and Posture, Vol. 37 (February 2013), pp 251–257, with D.M. Corcos, Adam Graf and Peter Smith. Published: “Long-term Follow Up of Van Nes Rotationplasty for Congenital Proximal Focal Femoral Deficiency,” Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Vol. 95-B, No. 2 (February 2013), pp 1-7, with Altiok Haluk, Ann Flanagan, Mary Peer, Adam Graf, Joseph Krzak, Sahar Hassani and Daniel Eastwood. Published: “Wheelchair Kinematics for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury,” Proceedings of Howard Steel Conference: Pediatric Spinal Cord Injuries and Dysfunction, with Adam Graf, Joseph Krzak and Lawrence Vogel. Published: “Osteoanatomy of the Adult Humerus for Rehabilitative Assessment: Referenced to the NIH Visible Human Project (NIH-VHP),” pp 79-93, with Steven Grindel; Published: “Postural Sway in Children With Diplegic and Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy,” pp 95-107, with Jason Long, Adam Graf, Joe Krzak, Sahar Hassani and Susan Riedel; Critical Reviews in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Vol. 23, No. 1-4 (Dec. 2012). Published: “Static and Dynamic Calibration of an Eight-Camera Optical System for Human Motion Analysis,” Critical Reviews in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Vol. 22, No. 1-4 (2012), pp 49-59, with Jessica Fritz, Department of Biomedical Engineering, and Jason Long. Published: “Long-term Follow up of Van Nes Rotationplasty for Congenital Proximal Focal Femoral Deficiency,” Proceedings of American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), with J. Ackman, Ann Flanagan, M. Peer, Adam Graf, Joseph Krzak and Sahar Hassani. Presented: “Grant Writing,” Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, May 17, 2013.

Dr. Dean Jeutter Professor

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

Dr. John LaDisa

Associate Professor

Published: “Quantification of Thoracic Aorta Blood Flow by Magnetic Resonance Imaging During Supine Cycling Exercise of Increasing Intensity,” Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, Vol. 15 ( January 2013), with Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences, S. Leibham and M. Samyn. Presented: see entry for Dr. Jeffrey Toth, Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Dr. Robert Scheidt Professor

Published: “Visuomotor Learning Enhanced by Augmenting Instantaneous Trajectory Error Feedback During Reaching,” PLoS One, Vol. 8, No. 1 (2013), with undergraduate student P. Bajal and Y. Wei. Reviewed: International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, ICORR, March 1-26, 2013. Served: Proposal writer, SMM Catholic School, Dec. 20, 2013 to Dec. 31, 2013.

Dr. Brian Schmit Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Kristina Ropella, College of Engineering. Grant: see entry for Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences. Published: “EEG During Pedaling: Evidence for Cortical Control of Locomotor Tasks,” Clinical Neurophysiology, Vol. 124, No. 2 (February 2013), pp 379-390, with Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences, and K. Gourab. Published: “Changes in Hemodynamic Responses in Chronic Stroke Survivors Do Not Affect fMRI Signal Detection in a Block Experimental Design,” Magnetic Resonance Imaging, DOI: 10.1016/j. mri.2013.02.009, (May 2013), with Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences. Published: “Diffusion Tensor Imaging and Tractography in Brown-Sequard Syndrome,” Spinal Cord, Vol. 50, No. 12 (December 2012), pp 928-930, with graduate student Michael Jirjis, J. Ulmer, M. Wang and S. Kurpad. Published: “Locomotor Adaptation to Resistance During Treadmill Training Transfers to Overground Walking in Human SCI,” Experimental Brain Research, Vol. 216, No. 3 (February 2012), pp 473-482, with J. Landry, H. Roth and M. Wu. Published: “Robotic Resistance Treadmill Training Improves Locomotor Function in Human SCI: A Pilot Study,” Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Vol. 93, No. 5 (May 2012), pp 782-789, with J. Landry, T. Hornby and S. Yen. Presented: see entry for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences.

Dr. Scott Beardsley

Dr. Barbara Silver-Thorn Associate Professor

Grant: $8,687, “Kinematics of Hockey Skating,” Easton Corporation. Published: “Preliminary Investigation of Residual Limb Plantarflexion and Dorsiflexion Muscle Activity During Walking for Trans-tibial Amputees,” Prosthetics and Orthotics International, Vol. 36, No. 4 (December 2012), pp 435-442, with Benjamin Kuhse and Thomas Current.

Dr. Jeffrey Toth Adjunct Professor

Published: see entries for Dr. Gerald Harris, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Presented: “Chronic Sleep Restriction Results in a Lifetime Burden of Poor Bone and Marrow Health in Rats,” Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, LLC, Baltimore, June 1-5, 2013, with C.A. Everson and N. Whitaker. Presented: “Biocompatibility of PEEK Polymers,” International PEEK Meeting, Philadelphia, April 25, 2013. Presented: “The Advanced Glycation End Product Cross-Link Breaker ALT‑711 Inhibits Restenosis and Restores Wall Shear Stress by Reducing Downstream Resistance in Rat Models of Obesity and Diabetes,” Midwest BME Career Conference, Chicago, April 19, 2013, with Dr. John LaDisa. Department of Biomedical Engineering, Dr. Thomas Eddinger, Department of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, graduate student H. Wang and J.R. Kersten.

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL, CONSTRUCTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Dr. Mark O. Federle

Professor, McShane Chair and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Awarded: ASCE Outstanding Reviewer, (Journal of Management in Engineering), May 2013. Awarded: Member of the Year, (Associated General Contractors of America), May 2013. Awarded: James L. Allhands Faculty Mentor, (Associated General Contractors of America), March 2013.

Dr. Christopher Foley Chair and Professor

Presented: see entries for Dr. Baolin Wan, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering.

Dr. Stephen Heinrich

Professor and Director of Graduate Studies

Published: see entries for Dr. Fabien Josse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Dr. Brooke Mayer Assistant Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Daniel Zitomer, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. Presented: “Reduction of DBP Formation Using Titanium Dioxide Photocatalysis,” Arizona Water Association Annual Meeting, Glendale, Ariz., 2012, with graduate student Erin Daugherty and Morteza Abbaszadegan.

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Dr. Patrick McNamara Associate Professor

Published: “Triclosan Enriches for Dehalococcoides-like Chloroflexi in Anareobic Soil at Environmentally Relevant Concentrations,” FEMS Microbiology Letters, Vol. 344, No. 1 (April 4, 2013), pp 49-52, with Mark Krzmarzick. Published: “Abundance and Diversity of Organohalide-respiring Bacteria in Lake Sediments Across a Geographical Sulfur Gradient,” Microbiology Ecology, Vol. 84, No. 2 ( January 10, 2013), pp 248-258, with Mark Krzmarzick, Benjamin Crary and Paige Novak.

Dr. Baolin Wan

Associate Professor

Presented: “WHRP 0092-11-08 Closeout Presentation: Repair and Strengthening of Bridge Substructures,” WisDOT/WHRP Project 0092-11-08 Oversight Committee, Wisconsin Highway Research Program, Madison, Wis., Feb. 19, 2013, with Dr. Christopher Foley, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, and graduate student Steven Ainge. Presented: “Repair and Strengthening of Bridge Substructures,” WTBA 2013 Contractor-Engineer Conference, Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association, Madison, Wis., Jan. 30, 2013, with Dr. Christopher Foley, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering and graduate student Steven Ainge. Appointed: Editorial review board member, ISRN Construction Engineering, Jan. 28, 2013.

Dr. Daniel Zitomer

Professor and Director of the Water Quality Center

Grant: $260,076, “Sustainable Treatment System for Municipal Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment,” Xylem, Inc., with Dr. Brooke Mayer, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. Grant: $57,900, “GBMSD Phase I Bench-scale Digestion,” CH2MHILL. Grant: $8,000, “REU Supplement: I/UCRC for Water Equipment and Policy,” National Science Foundation.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING Dr. Nabeel Demerdash Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Richard Povinelli, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Dr. Michael Johnson Professor

Grant: $19,840, “EAGER: Acoustic-Articulator Modeling for Pronunciation Analysis,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Jeffrey Berry, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, College of Health Sciences.

Dr. Shrinivas Joshi Professor Emeritus

Grant: $49,973, “Water Equip and Miniature High Efficiency Transducers for Use in Ultrasonic Flow Meters,” National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center.

Dr. Fabien Josse Professor

Grant: $400,000, “Guided SH‑Surface Acoustic Wave Chemical Sensor for Monitoring BTEX and TPH Contaminants in Aqueous Environments,” Chevron Corporation. Published: “Analysis of the Detection of Organophosphates Pesticides in Aqueous Solutions Using HydrogenBond Acidic Coating on SH-SAW Devices,” IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 12, No. 5 (May 2012), pp 893-903, with Dr. Susan Schneider, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and graduate student Darlington Mlambo. Published: “Detection of IgG Using Cantilever-Type Resonant Microsensors Vibrating in In-Plane Flexural Mode,” Proceedings of the IEEE Sensors 2012 Conference, with Dr. Stephen Heinrich, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, graduate students S. Aravamudhan and C. Carron, P. Joseph and Oliver Brand.

Published: “Geometrical Considerations for the Design of Liquid-Phase BioChemical Sensors Using a Cantilever’s Fundamental In‑Plane Mode,” Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol. 164, No. 1 (March 2012), pp 7-14, with Dr. Stephen Heinrich, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, Isabelle Dufour and Oliver Brand. Published: “Thermally Actuated Silicon Tuning Fork Resonators for Sensing Applications in Air,” IEEE MEMS 2012 Proceedings, with graduate students J. Lehmann, C. Carron and J.J. Su, Isabelle Dufour and Oliver Brand. Published: “Unconventional Uses of Microcantilevers as Chemical Sensors in Gas and Liquid Media,” Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol. 170, ( July 2012), pp 115-121, with Dr. Stephen Heinrich, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, Claude Lucat, Cedric Ayela, F. Menil and Oliver Brand. Awarded: Lawrence G. Haggerty Faculty Award for Research Excellence, (Marquette University), 2013.

Dr. Chung Hoon Lee Assistant Professor

Awarded: Way Klingler Young Scholar Award, (Marquette University), 2013. Published: “A Novel Batchprocessing Method for Accurate Crystallographic Axis Alignment,” Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Vol. 23, No. 5 (April 2013), pp 55017, with graduate student Jun Han and Shankar Radhakrishnan. Presented: “Microfabricated Calorimeter for Biosensing and Versatile Thermal Analyses,” Advances in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 2013, Notre Dame University, South Bend, Ind., May 24, 2013, with graduate students Beyamin Davaji and Jun Han.

Dr. Richard Povinelli Associate Professor

Published: “Rotor Bar Fault Monitoring Method Based on Analysis of Air-gap Torques of Induction Motors,” IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, Vol. PP, No. 99 ( January 2013), p 1, with Dr. Nabeel Demerdash, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Dr. Susan Schneider Associate Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Fabien Josse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Published: “Ignition Behavior and Surrogate Modeling of JP-8 and of Camelina and Tallow Hydrotreated Renewable Jet Fuels at Low Temperatures,” Combustion and Flame, (October 2012), p 8, with graduate student Daniel Valco, E. Toulson, T. Edwards and T. Lee.

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. Joseph Domblesky Associate Professor

Grant: $5,000, “Ferrous Processing Curriculum Development Project,” Association for Iron and Steel Technology Foundation.

Dr. Margaret Mathison Assistant Professor

Grant: $35,217, “Evaluation of Heath Recovery Options for Improved Energy Efficiency of Manufacturing Facility,” Strattec.

Dr. Mark Nagurka Associate Professor

Published: Probabilistic Models for Dynamical Systems, (2013), CRC Press, with Seon Han.

Dr. Joseph Schimmels

Professor and Associate Dean for Research

Grant: $43,146, “Bridging the Gap Between Patient Perception of Quality and the Engineering Performance of Assistive Lower Limb Prostheses,” Medical College of Wisconsin, with Jessica Fritz, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Dr. Phillip Voglewede, Department of Mechanical Engineering, and Dr. Stephen Guastello, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences.

Dr. Philip Voglewede Assistant Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Joseph Schimmels, Department of Mechanical Engineering. Presented: “Planar, Higher Variable Joints for Reconfigurable Mechanisms,” ASME Mechanisms and Robotics Conference, Portland, Ore., August 2013.

College of Health Sciences Dr. Kim Halula

Associate Dean and Clinical Professor

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Dr. Casey Allen

Assistant Professor

Published: “Characterization of the Effect of Fatty Ester Composition on the Ignition Behavior of Biodiesel Fuel Sprays,” Fuel, Vol. 111, (September 2013), pp 659-669, with undergraduate student Daniel Tepe, Elisa Toulson, Harold Schock, Dennis Miller and Tonghun Lee. Dr. John Borg

Presented: “Dental Hygiene in the United States: Past, Present and Future,” Peking University School of Stomatology, Beijing, May 29, 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Dr. David Baker

Associate Chair and Professor

Grant: $164,340, “Role of System XC- in Addiction: Developing and Phenotyping a S1c7a11 Knockout Rat,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. SuJean Choi, Department of Biomedical Sciences.


Summer 2013 — Compendium

Grant: $100,000, “Development of Compounds Targeting XC-for the Treatment of Schizophrenia,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. Douglas Lobner, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Grant: $52,676, “New Therapeutic Agents to Treat Schizophrenia,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: $41,076, “Targeting System XC- for the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease,” Michael J. Fox Foundation, with Dr. Douglas Lobner, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Grant: see entries for Dr. John Mantsch, Department of Biological Sciences. 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, Vol. 342, No. 2 (August 2012), pp 541-551, with Dr. John Mantsch, Department of Biomedical Sciences, and undergraduate student Shona Hang. Presented: “Schizophrenia and Astrocytes: The Importance of System XC- to Preclinical Models of PFC Dysfunct,” Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Hollywood Fla., December 2012. Awarded: Way Klingler Fellowship Award, (Marquette University), 2013. Awarded: 2012 Health Care Hero, (BizTimes Milwaukee) December 2012.

Dr. Murray Blackmore Assistant Professor

Grant: $88,726, “Transcriptional Control of Axon Growth in the Chronically Injured Spinal Cord,” International Spinal Research Trust, with Dr. Robert Wheeler, Department of Biological Sciences. Grant: $40,000, “A Gene Therapy Approach to Degrading Chondroitin Sulfate Proteoglycan Barriers to Axon Regeneration,” Byron Riesch Paralysis Foundation.

Dr. SuJean Choi

Associate Professor

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

Dr. Douglas Lobner Professor

Grant: see entries for Dr. David Baker, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Awarded: Teaching Excellence Award, (Marquette University), May 2013.

Dr. John Mantsch Chair and Professor

Grant: $257,445, “GCs, CRF and Stressor Induced Relapse,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. David Baker, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Grant: $67,725, “Minority Supplement: GCs, CRF and StressorInduced Relapse,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: $21,678, “GCs, CRF and Stressor Induced Relapse,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. David Baker, Department of Biomedical Sciences.

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

Dr. Robert Peoples Professor

Published: “Conserved Extracellular Cysteines Differentially Regulate the Potentiation Produced by Zn2+ in Rat P2X4 Receptors,” European Journal of Pharmacology, Vol. 707, No. 1-3 (May 2013), pp 11-16, with K. Xiong, Y. Wu, Y. Liu, L. Chen, R. Stewart and C. Yi.

Dr. Robert Wheeler Assistant Professor

Grant: $204,308, “The Neural Regulation of Negative Affect in a New Model of Cocaine Seeking,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: $13,622, “The Neural Regulation of Negative Affect in a New Model of Cocaine Seeking,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: see entry for Dr. Murray Blackmore, Department of Biomedical Sciences.

The five largest research grants reported by Marquette University Office of Research and Sponsored Programs from November 2012 to May 2013 totaled more than $1.9 million.

Dr. Chae Yi $455,000 from the National Science Foundation to study new catalytic processes that give the desired products without forming wasteful byproducts that cause environmental pollution. This project investigates syntheses that employ readily-available alcohol substrates, tolerate a wide range of functional groups and generate only water as the by-product.

Dr. David Baker $428,264 from National Institutes of Health to study the effects of genetically silencing the xCT protein in rats, to advance understanding of the function of system xc-, which may be a contributing mechanism to central nervous system disease states such as drug addiction.

Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt $394,769 from National Institutes of Health to research energyresolved CT scan technology, with the goal of providing accurate contrast-agent information at fast scan times and low doses for applications in clinics.

Dr. Paula Papanek

DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE Dr. April Harkins

$365,062 from National Institutes of Health for a study testing a new approach to helping women engage in osteoporosis management behaviors, including self-regulating skills and abilities, changing beliefs and social facilitation delivered via a cell phone application.

Assistant Professor

Dr. James Buchanan

Dr. Fang Yao Stephen Hou

$338,625 from National Institutes of Health to research how rhythmic locomotor signals are produced by the nervous system, which will help guide the development of effective therapies for the treatment of injuries and diseases of the nervous system that affect basic neural functions, including movement.

Published: see entry for Dr. Chieu Tran, Department of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences.

Assistant Professor

Presented: “Salivary Cytomics — A Useful Clinical Diagnostic Tool for Dental Professionals,” Cytoconference 2013, International Society for the Advancement of Cytometry, San Diego, May 2013.

Dr. Linda Laatsch

Chair and Associate Professor Presented: “Yikes, Bites! Laboratory Implications of Vectorborne Infections,” Meeting of the Racine/Kenosha Branch of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science-WI, Kenosha, Wis., May 2013. Awarded: Board Service Award, (American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science – Wisconsin) April 2013. Awarded: National Omicron Sigma Award, (American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science), April 2013.

Dr. Cecelia Landin

Clinical Assistant Professor

Presented: “Method Evaluation: What Do My Students Need To Know? How Do I Teach it to Them?,” Clinical Laboratory Educators’ Conference, American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, Kansas City, Mo., February 2013. Awarded: Board Service Award, (American Society for Clinical Laboratory Service – Wisconsin) April 2013. Elected: President, American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science of Wisconsin, April 2013. Appointed: Committee member, Wisconsin Clinical Laboratory Science Scholarship Fund, April 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF EXERCISE SCIENCE Dr. Sandra Hunter Associate Professor

Published: “Functional Implications for Impaired Submaximal Force Control of the Hip Flexors Post Stroke,” Muscle and Nerve, DOI: 10.1002/mus.23886, (April 2013), with Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy, and graduate students Henry Kuhnen and Kiersten Kirking. Published: “Fatigue and Recovery from Dynamic Contractions in Men and Women Differ for Arm and Leg Muscles,” Muscle and Nerve, DOI: 10/1002/mus.23836, (March 2013), with Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, Department of Physical Therapy, and Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy. Published: “Fatigability and Recovery of Arm Muscles with Advanced Age for Dynamic and Isometric Contractions,” Experimental Gerontology, Vol. 48, No. 2 (February 2013), pp 259-268, with Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy, and Bonnie Schlinder DeLap, Department of Exercise Science. Published: “Sex Differences in Marathon Running with Advanced Age: Physiology or Participation?,” Medicine Science Sports and Exercise, Vol. 45, No. 1 ( January 2013), pp 148-156, with graduate student Alyssa Stevens. Published: “Corticomotor Excitability During a Noxious Stimulus and Following Exercise in Women with Fibromyalgia,” American Pain Society Annual Meeting, DOI: 10.1016/j/ jpain.2012.01.389, (2012),

with Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy, and graduate student Andy Weyer. Published: “Pain Relief in Older Adults Following Static Contractions is Not Task-dependent,” American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference Proceedings, with Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, Department of Physical Therapy, graduate student Miller Lauren and undergraduate student Breanna Drewek. Presented: “Neural Contributions to Muscle Fatigue: Task Matters;” Presented: “Sex Differences and Supraspinal Fatigue of the Knee Extensor Muscles in Young Adults,” with Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy, graduate student H. Pereira, undergraduate student J. Senefeld and A. Harmer; Presented: “Sex Differences in Fatigue Following Dynamic Contractions of Knee Extensor Muscles,” with Tejin Yoon, Department of Physical Therapy, graduate student H. Pereira, undergraduate student N. Elliott and A. Harmer; American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, May 2013. Presented: “Hip Flexor Fatigue Following Sub-maximal Concentric Contractions and Walking Function Post Stroke,” The American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego, January 2013, with Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering, Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy, H. Kuhnen, D. Oullette, E. Walker, R. Berrios Barillas.

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Dr. Kristof Kipp

Assistant Professor

Published: “Effects of Homosynaptic Depression on Spectral Properties of H-reflex Recordings,” Sensory and Motor Research, Vol. 29, No. 1 (2012), pp 38-43, with Samuel Johnson and Mark Hoffman. Published: “Weightlifting Performance is Related to Kinematic and Kinetic Patterns of the Hip and Knee Joints,” pp 1838-1844, with Michelle Sabick and Chad Harris; Published: “Spectral Properties of H-reflex Recordings After An Acute Bout of Whole-body Vibration,” pp 1915-1919, with Samuel Johnson and Mark Hoffman; Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, Vol. 26, No. 7 ( July 2012). Published: “Spinal Control Differences Between the Sexes,” European Journal of Applied Physiology, Vol. 112, No. 11 (November 2012), pp 3859-3864, with Mark Hoffman. Presented: “Fatigue-induced Increases in Quadriceps-to-hamstring Muscle Activation Ratios are Associated With Increases in Sagittal-plane Tibial Accelerations During a Cutting Task,” Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association, Pewaukee, Wis., 2012, with Katie Holtz. Presented: “Vertical Jump Performance is Associated with Principal Component-derived Time‑varying Ground Reaction Force Features,” with C. Vogel and K. Holtz; Presented: “Lower Extremity Biomechanics and Barbell Position During a Weightlifting Movement,” with graduate student S. Hoffman; Presented: “Acute Exercise Has Deleterious Effects on Muscle Activation During a Cutting But Not Landing Task,” National Strength and Conditioning Association, Providence, R.I., July 2012. with K. Holtz;

Dr. Alexander Ng Associate Professor

Presented: “The Effects of Triathlon Training in Breast Cancer Survivors,” American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, May 2013, with Dr. Paula Papanek, Department of Exercise Science, undergraduate student Ashley Engel, Megan Sheffer, Judy Tjoe, and Leslie Waltke. Presented: “Muscle Oxidative Capacity is Reduced in Prostate Cancer Survivors Undergoing Curative Radiotherapy,” Annual Meeting, American College of Sports Medicine, Indianapolis, May 2013, with Elizabeth Gore, Robert Prost and Ellen Heyer. Presented: “Exercise: It’s Not Just for Fitness Anymore,” Jumpstart in Motion, Can Do MS, Pomona, Calif., February 2013. Presented: “Managing Depression and Mood Changes,” Webinar Series, Can Do MS, December 2012. Presented: see entries for Dr. Robert Topp, College of Nursing.

Dr. Paula Papanek

Associate Professor, Director of Exercise Science and Director for Exercise Science Degree Program

Grant: $62,645, “Efficacy of m-Health Self-Management Intervention,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: see entry for Dr. Sheikh Ahamed, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences. Presented: see entry for Dr. Alexander Ng, Department of Exercise Science.

Bonnie Schlinder-Delap Research Assistant

Published: see entry for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Exercise Science.

Dr. Christopher Simenz

Clinical Associate Professor and Practicum Coordinator for Exercise Science

Published: “Electromyographical Analysis of Lower Extremity Muscle Activation During Variations of the Loaded Step Up Exercise,” Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, Vol. 26, No. 12 (December 2012), pp 3398-3405. Presented: “Childhood Obesity: Key Considerations,” Wisconsin Annual Symposium, National Strength and Conditioning Association, Waukesha, Wis., April 2013. Awarded: Honorary Membership (Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honor Society), April 2013. Appointed: Committee member, COA Goldin Center/Children’s Hospital Health Clinic Advisory Board, April 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement Associate Professor

Published: see entries for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Exercise Science.

Michael Danduran

Clinical Assistant Professor

Published: “Near Infrared Spectroscopic Monitoring During Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing Detects Anaerobic Threshold,” Pediatric Cardiology, Vol. 33, No. 5 ( June 2012), pp 791-796. Published: “Near Infrared Spectroscopy Describes Physiologic Payback Associated with Excess Postexercise Oxygen Consumption in Healthy Controls as well as Children with Complex Congenital Heart Disease,” Pediatric Cardiology, Vol. 33, No. 1 ( January 2012), pp 95-102.

Dr. Allison Hyngstrom Assistant Professor

Grant: $70,305, “Mechanisms of Neuromuscular Fatigue Post Stroke,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Published: see entry for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Exercise Science. Presented: see entry for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Exercise Science. Presented: “Neuromuscular Fatigue and Leg Function Post Stroke,” Southeastern Wisconsin CTSI, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, May 2013.

Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens (right)

Dr. Luther C. Kloth Professor Emeritus

Published: “Skin Cell Proliferation Stimulated by Microneedles,” Journal of the American College of Clinical Wound Specialists, Vol. 4, No. 1 (April 2013), pp 2-6. Presented: “Biophysical Energies, The Basic Science and Clinical Research that Supports Treatment of Chronic Wounds with Conductive Electrical Stimulation,” Symposium on Advanced Wound Care, Denver, May 5, 2013, with Min Zhao. Presented: “Evaluation and Diagnosis of Chronic Wounds;” Presented: “Pulsed Radio Frequency Energy for Post-operative Pain and Edema;” Presented: “MHz and kHz Ultrasound: Differences and Clinical Applications;” Milwaukee Medical Mission to Bucaramanga, Colombia, Universidad Industrial de Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia, Feb. 22, 2013. Presented: “Clinical Care of Patients with Chronic Wounds;” Presented: “Evaluation and Diagnosis of Chronic Wounds;” Milwaukee Medical Mission to Bucaramanga, Colombia, Hospital Universitario de Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia, Feb. 20, 2013. Presented: “kHz Ultrasound Wound Debridement: Science, Method and Evidence,” American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego, Jan. 21, 2013. Appointed: Advisor, Milwaukee Medical Mission, Feb. 26-27.

Dr. Laurie B. Kontney

Clinical Associate Professor and Co-Director of Clinical Education Presented: “Scorebuilders NPTE Prep Course,” Concordia University, Mequon, Wis., December 2012.

Dr. Danielle Parker

Clinical Assistant Professor and Co-Director of Clinical Education Presented: “Certified Exercise Expert for Aged Adults II: Exercise Prescription and Consensus Guidelines,” American Physical Therapy Association, Minneapolis, December 2012.

Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens Associate Professor

Grant: $115,334, “Supraspinal Contributions to Locomotor Control and Recovery After Stroke,” National Institutes of Health.

Published: see entry for Dr. John LaDisa, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Published: see entries for Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Presented: “Locomotor-related Brain Activity in People Post-stroke,” University of Illinois–Chicago, Chicago, May 2013. Presented: “Locomotor-related Brain Activity in People Post-stroke,” Research in Progress Seminar, Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeastern Wisconsin, Milwaukee, April 2013. Presented: “Acquiring the Best Available Evidence from Open Door: APTA’s Portal to Evidence Based Practice,” Seminar in Evidence Based Physical Therapy, Marquette University, Milwaukee, December 2012.

Dr. Guy Simoneau Professor

Grant: $15,500, Council for International Exchange of Scholars (Fulbright). Published: “Clinical Trial Registration in Physiotherapy Journals: Recommendations from the International Society of Physiotherapy Journal Editors,” pp 978-981, with C. Chung-Wei, D. Bevilaqua Grossi, M. Cota Mancini, A. Swisher, C. Cook, D. Vaughn, M. Elkins, U. Sheikh, A. Moore, G. Jull and R. Craik; Published: “A Special Thanks to 2012 JOSPT Contributors,” pp 982-984; Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, Vol. 42, No. 12 (December 2012).

Dr. Andrew Starsky

Clinical Assistant Professor

Presented: “The Effects of a Homemade Laser Pointer Feedback Device on the Kinmeatics of Gait in a Subject with Parkinsons;” Presented: “The Effects of Video Screen Size on the Kinematics of Treadmill Running;” Presented: “The Use of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation to Alter the Kinematics of a Heel-strike Runner;” Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association Spring Conference, Oconomowoc, Wis., April 2013. Presented: “Dynamic Warm Up for Injury Prevention,” Lumen Christi School, Mequon, Wis., February 2013. Presented: “A Career as a Physical Therapist,” Career Day, Wauwatosa West High School, Wauwatosa, Wis., December 2012.


Summer 2013 — Compendium

Dr. Tina Stoeckmann

Clinical Associate Professor

Reviewed: Jeffrey Ives’ Motor Behavior: Connecting Mind and Body for Optimal Performance, (May 2013), Lippincolt Williams & Wilkins. Presented: “Pediatric Neuroplasticity: Is Being Plastic Fantastic?,” Indian Prairie School District Education Program, Illinois State Board of Education, Naperville, Ill., February 2013, with Brittany Kennedy. Presented: “Keeping Secrets: Confidentiality, Disclosure, and the Duty to Report,” Accelerated Rehabilitation, Paddock Lake, Wis., January 2013. Presented: “Exercise and the Brain,” Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, Wauwatosa, Wis., December 2012.

Tejin Yoon

Post-doctoral Fellow

Published: see entries for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Exercise Science.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDIES Mary Jo Wiemiller

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

DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY Dr. Jeffrey Berry Assistant Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Michael Johnson, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering.

Dr. Brenda Gorman Associate Professor

Presented: “Fostering Language Development in Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers,” Waukesha Family Practice Clinic, Waukesha, Wis., May 2013.

Wendy Krueger Clinical Instructor

Awarded: Way Klingler Teaching Enhancement Award, (Marquette University), 2013.

College of Nursing Dr. Abir Bekhet

Assistant Professor

Published: “Psychometrics of the Depressive Cognition Scale in Caregivers of Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders,” Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, Vol. 27, No. 2 (April 2013), pp 96-100, with Jaclene Zauszniewski. Published: “Effects on Resilience of Caregivers of Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Role of Positive Cognitions,” Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Vol. 18, No. 6 (2012), pp 337-344, with Dr. Norah Johnson, College of Nursing, and J. Zauszniewski.

Published: “Resilience Indicators of Caregivers of Persons with Autism: A Review of the Literature,” Issues in Mental Health Nursing,” Vol. 33, (2012), pp 650-656, with Dr. Norah Johnson, College of Nursing and J. Zausniewski. Published: “Measuring Use of Positive Thinking Skills Scale: Psychometric Testing of a New Scale,” Western Journal of Nursing Research, PMID: 23509101, (March 2013), with Jaclene Zauszniewski. Published: “Methodological Triangulation: An Approach to Understanding Data,” Nurse Researcher, Vol. 20, No. 2 (November 2012), pp 40-43, with Jaclene Zauszniewski. Presented: “Effects of Positive Cognitions and Resourcefulness Caregiver Burden Among Caregivers of Persons with Dementia,” Division of Geriatrics at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, May 31, 2013. Presented: “A Positive-thinking Journey,” St. Mary and St. Antonious Coptic Orthodox Church, Oak Creek, Wis., May 18, 2013. Presented: “Perceived Burden Among Caregivers of Persons With Dementia: The Role of Positive Cognitions;” Presented: “Measuring Use of Positive-thinking Skills: Psychometric testing of a new scale;” with Jaclene Zauszniewski, Annual Southeastern Wisconsin Nursing Research, Milwaukee, May 2013. Presented: “Active Learning and the Best Practices of Integrating Teaching and Research in Undergraduate Mental Health Education: How Can You Keep a Large Class Engaged in a Three Hours’ Class?;” Presented: “Psychometrics of the Depressive Cognition Scale in Caregivers of Persons with Autism,” with Jaclene Zauszniewski; Presented: “Factors Associated with Dysphoric Symptoms Expressed by Women Family Members of Adults with Serious Mental Illness,” with Jaclene Zauszniewski; The International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses Annual Conference, San Antonio, April 2013. Presented: “Psychometric Properties of the Resourcefulness Scale Among Caregivers of Persons with Autism Spectrum,” with Jaclene Zauszniewski; Presented: “Factors Associated with Dysphoric Symptoms Expressed by Women Family Members of Adults with Serious Mental Illness,” with Jaclene Zauszniewski; Presented: “The Effect of Acceptance Training on Psychological and Physical Health Outcomes in Elders with Chronic Conditions,” with Jaclene Zauszniewski; Presented: “Measuring Use of Positivethinking Skills: Psychometric Testing of a New Scale;” with Jaclene Zauszniewski; The Midwest Nursing Research Society, Chicago, March 2013.

Dr. Ruth Ann Belknap Associate Professor

Grant: $13,205, “Mother-daughter Joint Decision Making to Obtain the HPV Vaccine,” National Institutes of Health. Presented: see entry for Dr. Lisa Edwards, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology, College of Education.

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Dr. Lesley Boaz

Clinical Assistant Professor

Presented: “Development of a Learning Module for Older Adult Episodic Care: Clinical Conundrums,” Association for Gerontology in Higher Education’s Annual Meeting and Educational Leadership Conference, St. Petersburg, Fla., Feb. 28, 2013.

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Published: “Quality Improvement Project: Analysis of Efficiency of Current Order Set for the Diagnostic Workup Used to Evaluate Neurogenic Stress Myocardium in Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage,” Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, Vol. 25, No. 6 ( June 2013), pp 314-319. Published: “Factors Associated with Nurses’ Perceptions of Patient Safety Culture in China: A Cross-sectional Survey Study,” Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine, Vol. 5, No. 2 ( June 2012), pp 50-56, with Dr. Barrett McCormick, Department of Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences, graduate student X. Feng, and J. Krejci.

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Dr. Susan Breakwell

Clinical Associate Professor

Grant: $23,000, “Palliative Care In African American Communities: Focus Group Study,” Greater Milwaukee Foundation.

Dr. Margaret Faut Callahan Interim Provost and Dean

Grant: $30,000, “Doctoral Degree Scholarship in Cancer Nursing: Effect of an Education Intervention on Nurses’ Spiritual Care Competency,” American Cancer Society. Grant: $10,000, “Jonas Scholar — Matching Funds Through Nursing’s Voice,” Fay McBeath Foundation. Published: “Outcomes Assessment in Nurse Anesthesia,” Outcome Assessment in Advanced Practice Nursing, 3rd Edition, (2013), Ruth M. Kleinpell (editor), pp 259-289, Springer Publishing Company, with M. Kremer. Awarded: “Women of Influence Award,” (Milwaukee Business Journal), June 2013. Elected: Treasurer, American Association of Colleges of Nursing Board of Directors, 2012-14. Appointed: Chair, American Association of Colleges of Nursing Finance Committee, 2012-14.

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Dr. Richard Fehring Professor Emeritus

Published: “Efficacy of a New Postpartum Transition Protocol for Avoiding Pregnancy,” Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, Vol. 26, No. 1 ( January 2013), pp 35‑44, with Mary Schneider, College of Nursing, and Thomas Bouchard. Presented: “The Marquette Method of NFP and Evidenced Based Applications to Women’s Health Transitions,” Georgetown University School of Medicine and Skyped to University of Texas Southwest Medical School, Washington, D.C., and Dallas, May 15, 2013. Presented: “Spiritual Care of Fertility,” Milwaukee Guild of the Catholic Medical Association’s Annual Regional Bioethics Conference, Milwaukee, May 4, 2013. Presented: “Influence of Motivation on Efficacy of Natural Family Planning Methods,” Midwest Nursing Research Society’s Annual Research Conference, Chicago, March 8, 2013.

Dr. Marilyn Frenn Professor

Grant: $36,320, “The Effect of Combining Prebiotic Treatment with a Diet/Physical Activity Educational Program on Body Composition and Intestinal Microbiota Among Predominately Overweight and Obese Children,” Medical College of Wisconsin.

Dr. Jill Guttormson Assistant Professor

Presented: “Patients’ Recall and Evaluation of Mechanical Ventilation: Impact of Sedation,” Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science: State of the Science Conference, Washington, D.C., September 2012, with Linda Chlan.

Dr. Kristin Haglund Associate Professor

Presented: see entry for Dr. Lisa Edwards, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology, College of Education.

Dr. Norah Johnson Assistant Professor

Published: “Genomics and Autism Spectrum Disorder,” Genome.gov webinar series, (April 2013), with Ellen Giarelli and Catherine Rice. Published: “Lack of Father Involvement in Research on Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Maternal Parenting Stress and Family Functioning,” Issues in Mental Health Nursing, Vol. 34, No. 4 (April 2013), pp 220-228, with Pippa Simpson. Published: “Genomics and Autism Spectrum Disorder,” Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Vol. 45, No. 1 (March 2013), pp 69-78, with Ellen Giarelli, Celine Lewis and Catherine Rice. Published: “Children with Developmental Disabilities at a Pediatric Hospital: Behavioral Challenges Staff Education,” Journal of Pediatric Nursing, Vol. 27, No. 6 (December 2012), pp 742-749, with J. Lashley, V. Stonek and A. Bonjour.

Published: See entry for Dr. Abir Bekhet, College of Nursing. Presented: “Effect of an iPad Application for Medical Procedure Preparation for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder,” Research Fly‑in, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, May 24, 2013, with Dr. Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, graduate students Octavia Kabobel, Erin Lalley, Md. Gani, and Sara Haberlin, Kelly Rettler, Pam Grande, Rachel Unteutsch and Maura Coffey. Presented: “Medical Imaging Procedure Preparation for Children with Autism with an iPad App Social Script,” Southeastern Wisconsin Nursing Research Conference, Milwaukee, May 15, 2013, with Dr. Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Department of Mathematics, and graduate students Octavia Kabobel, Erin Lalley and Md. Gani. Presented: “The Nurse’s Approach to Enhancing the Patient Experience for Persons With Autism Spectrum Disorder,” Nurses’ Day, Wheaton Franciscan All Saints Hospital, Racine, Wis., May 8, 2013. Presented: “Apple Products and Autism: Feasibility of iPad App for Imaging,” Apple Accessibility Event, Glendale, Wis., May 4, 2013. Presented: “Comparison of Parent Self-report and Nurse Assessment of Parental Discharge Readiness After Child Hospitalization,” with Dr. Marianne Weiss, College of Nursing, Kathy Sawin, Karen Gralton, Carol Klingbeil, Shelly Malin and Stacey Lerret; Presented: “Nurses’ Perceptions of a New Family Self-Management Discharge Preparation Intervention Using iPad Technology,” with Dr. Marianne Weiss, College of Nursing, Rachel Schifman, Karen Gralton, Carol Klingbeil, Shelly Malin and Stacey Lerret; Presented: “iPad Application for Imaging Preparation Compared to Regular Care: Two Case Studies of Children with Autism,” with Dr. Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Department of Mathematics, and graduate student Octavia Kabobel; Presented: “Validation of a Behavior Observation Tool for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Healthcare Setting: Pediatric Research Section Symposium on Innovative Pediatric Measures;” Annual Midwest Nursing Research Society Conference, Chicago, March 8, 2013. Presented: “Communicating with Children During Times of High Anxiety,” Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Pediatric Nursing Grand Rounds, Milwaukee, Dec. 19, 2012, with Eileen Clark. Awarded: Julie Lathrop Nursing Research Award, (Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin), May 2013.

Dr. Mary Ann Lough Assistant Professor

Grant: see entries for Dr. Robert Topp, College of Nursing.

Dr. Maureen O’Brien

Associate Dean and Clinical Associate Professor Grant: $50,000, “New Careers in Nursing Scholarship Program at Marquette University,” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Mary Schneider

Assistant to the Director of Natural Family Planning

Published: see entry for Dr. Richard Fehring, College of Nursing.

Dr. Margaret Sebern Associate Professor

Presented: “Heart Failure Patient Risk Factors for Emergent Care in Home Health,” Annual Midwest Nursing Research Society Conference, Chicago, March 8, 2013.

Dr. Robert Topp

Professor and Associate Dean for Research

Grant: $5,000, “Dana Rodriguez, College of Nursing Dissertation Project-Hispanic Mothers’ Normative Beliefs and Intentions,” Sigma Theta Tau. Grant: $6,425, “Promoting Health Body Weight Among African American Women Through Peer Motivational Interviewing,” Medical College of Wisconsin, with Dr. Mary Ann Lough, College of Nursing. Grant: $79,019, “Promoting Healthy Body Weight Among African American Women Through Peer Motivational Interviewing,” Medical College of Wisconsin, with Dr. Mary Ann Lough, College of Nursing. Presented: “A Comparison of Topical Analgesic Gels on Blood Flow and Vascular Responses to Exercise,” American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference, Indianapolis, May 2013, with Dr. Alexander Ng, Department of Exercise Science, College of Health Sciences, and graduate students Alyson Cybulski and Katalin Skelton. Presented: “EMG Activation of Gluteal Musculature During Therapeutic Exercises With and Without Thera-Band® Resistance,” World Federation of Chiropractic Conference, Durban, South Africa, April 10, 2013, with J. Greenstein and J. Etnoyer. Presented: “Evaluation of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulations vs. Biofreeze® in the Treatment of Back Pain,” Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference, Washington, D.C., March 14, 2013, with B. Bishop and J. Etnoyer. Presented: “A Comparison of Two Formulations of Biofreeze on Blood Flow and Vascular Responses to Exercise,” Annual Midwest Nursing Research Society Conference, Chicago, March 8, 2013, with Dr. Alexander Ng, Department of Exercise Science, College of Health Sciences, and graduate students Katalin Skelton and Alyson Cybulski. Appointed: Member, Thera-Band® Academy’s Scientific Advisory Board, 2013.

Dr. Leona VandeVusse Associate Professor

Elected: Officer, Treasurer, Fellowship of the American College of Nurse-Midwives Board of Governors, 2012.

Dr. Marianne Weiss Associate Professor

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

Bruce Boyden

College of Professional Studies Dr. Robert Deahl

Dean and Assistant Professor

Presented: “Coming Home,” Camaldolese Assembly Celebrating 1,000 Years, Camaldoli Hermitage, Big Sur, Calif., May 2013. Presented: “Developing An Optimal Faculty Job Description,” International Conference on Adult and Experiential Learning, Council on Adult and Experiential Learning, Washington, D.C., Nov. 8, 2012. Presented: “Stating the Value of Jesuit Adult and Online Learning Programs for Jesuit Universities and Their Communities,” AJCU Deans of Adult and Continuing Education Conference, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., Oct. 15, 2012, with Michael Carey. Presented: “Emerging UniversityCommunity Collaborations for Sustainability,” Growing Power’s International Urban and Small Farm Conference, Growing Power, Milwaukee, Sept. 7, 2012, with Bob Pavlik, Ron Kuramoto and David Johnson.

Graduate School Carole Ferrara

Director of the Trinity Fellows Program

Grant: $180,225, “Trinity Fellows Program,” The Burke Foundation.

Dr. Kevin Gibson

Associate Professor and Associate Dean of the Graduate School

Published: Sustaining Living Culture, (2013), Commonground Publishing. Published: “Valuing Living Cultures,” The International Journal of Social Sustainability in Economic, Social and Cultural Context, Vol. 8, No. 2 (April 2013), pp 87-98. Published: “Corporate Social Responsibility,” International Encyclopedia of Ethics, (December 2012), H. LaFollette (editor), pp 11191125, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.


Summer 2013 — Compendium

Law School Alan Borsuk

Senior Fellow in Law and Public Policy

Grant: $18,600, “Community Impact Journalism Project,” Faye McBeath Foundation, with Dr. Karen Slattery, Department of Journalism and Media Studies, College of Communication.

Bruce Boyden

Assistant Professor

Published: “Can a Computer Intercept Your Email?,” Cardozo Law Review, Vol. 34, No. 2 (December 2012), pp 669.

Dr. Irene Calboli Professor

Published: “An American Tale: The Unclear Territorial Application of the First Sale Rule in Copyright Law in the United States (and Its Impact on International Trade),” Intellectual Property at the Crossroads of Trade, (February 2013), Jan Rosen (editor), pp 67, Edward Elgar Publishing. Published: “Intellectual Property Liability of Consumers, Facilitators and Intermediaries: The Position in the United States,” Consumers, Facilitators, and Intermediaries: IP Infringers or Innocent Bystanders?, (February 2013), C. Heath and A. Kamperman Sanders (editors.), p 119, Kluwer Law International. Published: “Reviewing the (Shrinking) Principle of Trademark Exhaustion in the European Union (Ten Years Later),” Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review, Vol. 257, No. 2 (2012), pp 258-280. Presented: “Smart But Dangerous: When Trademarks and Copyright Overlap, Conference,” Searching for the Boundaries of Intellectual Property Law, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Dec. 15, 2012.

Natalie Fleury

Program Coordination

Grant: $56,250, “Peer Solutions and Peacemaking,” Wisconsin Department of Children and Families.

Janine Geske

Distinguished Professor of Law

Presented: “Training for Victim/ Offender Mediations,” Victim/ Offender Mediation in Turkey, U.N.D.P, Turkish Ministry of Justice and Turkish Bar Associations, Ankara, Turkey, and Izmir, Turkey, Dec. 10, 2012.

Lisa Mazzie

Associate Professor

Presented: “Advocacy: Beyond the Basics,” LWI One Day Workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz., Dec. 7, 2012, with Denise Field and Lorraine Gin. Elected: Officer, Association of American Law Schools Teaching Methods Section, January 2013 to January 2014.

Mathew Mitten

Professor and Director of the National Sports Law Institute

Published: Sports Law and Regulation: Cases, Materials, and Problems, Teachers Manual, (2013), Wolters Kluwer, with Timothy Davis, Rodney Smith and Jeremi Duru.

Published: “American Needle Inc v NFL,” Landmark Cases and Decisions in Sports Law, (February 2013), Jack Anderson (editor), pp 239-253, TMC Asser Press/Springer-Verlag. Published: “The Coach and the Safety of Athletes: Ethical and Legal Issues,” Ethics and Coaching, ( Jan. 2013), Robert L. Simon (editor), Paper No. 12-13, Westview.

Michael O’Hear Professor

Published: “Bypassing Habeas: The Right to Effective Assistance Requires Earlier Supreme Court Intervention in Cases of Attorney Incompetence,” Federal Sentencing Reporter, Vol. 25, No. 2 (December 2012), pp 110-121. Published: “Appellate Review of Sentences: Reconsidering Deference,” William and Mary Law Review, Vol. 51 (2010). Published: “Solving the Good-Time Puzzle: Why Following the Rules Should Get You Out of Prison Early,” Wisconsin Law Review, Vol. 2012, No. 1 (December 2011), pp 195-236.

Chad Oldfather Professor

Published: “Limitations (A Response to Judge Posner),” Duquesne Law Review, Vol. 51, No. 1 ( January 2013), p 67. Published: “Turtles,” Green Bag 2d, Vol. 16, (2013), p 220. Published: “Federal Courts Peering Over the Fiscal Cliff,” Judicature, Vol. 96, No. 2 (September/October 2012), p 57. Published: “Judging, Expertise, and the Rule of Law,” Washington University Law Review, Vol. 89, No. 5 (2012), p 49. Published: “Triangulating Judicial Responsiveness: Automated Content Analysis, Judicial Opinions, and the Methodology of Legal Scholarship,” Florida Law Review, Vol. 64, No. 5 (2012), p 1189.

Dr. David Papke

Matthew Parlow

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law

Published: “Equitable Fiscal Regionalism,” Temple Law Review, Vol. 85, No. 1 (2012), p 49. Published: “Issues Players Face with the Collective Bargaining Process,” DePaul Journal of Sports Law and Contemporary Problems, Vol. 8, No. 2 (2012), p 127. Published: “The Great Recession and its Implications for Community Policing,” Georgia State University Law Review, Vol. 28, No. 4 (2011), p 1193.

Paul Secunda Professor

Published: “Cognitive Illiberalism and Institutional Debiasing Strategies,” San Diego Law Review, Vol. 49, No. 2 (2012), p 373. Published: Labor Law: A ProblemBased Approach, (December 2012), Lexis Nexis, with Jeffrey Hirsch. Published: “Privatizing Workplace Privacy,” Notre Dame Law Review, Vol. 88, No. 1 (December 2012), p 278. Presented: “Retirement Planning after the Election,” Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Jan. 6, 2013. Awarded: ERISA Advisory Council, (U.S. Department of Labor), December 2012. Appointed: Committee Member, U.S. Department of Labor’s Advisory Council on Employee Welfare and Pension Benefit Plans (ERISA Advisory Council), Jan. 1, 2013.

Andrea Schneider Professor

Grant: $9,221, “Research Career Development Institute for Psychiatry,” National Institutes of Health.

School of Dentistry Dr. William Lobb Dean and Professor

Grant: $8,000,000, “Marquette University School of Dentistry Facility Expansion,” State of Wisconsin.

CLINICAL SERVICES Dr. Sheila Stover

Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Rural Outreach Programs Grant: $12,000, “Establishing the National Dental Pipeline Learning Institute to Disseminate Lessons and Expertise of the RWJF and California Programs,” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

SURGICAL SCIENCES Dr. Peter Jacobsohn

Adjunct Clinical Professor

Published: “The X-ray in Dentistry and the Legacy of C. Edmund Kells,” Journal of the American Dental Association, Vol. 144, No. 2 (February 2013), pp 138-142, with Mel Kantor and Bruce Pihlstrom.

Semester-end “to do” list:

Professor

Published: “Muted Message: Capital Punishment in the Hollywood Cinema,” Journalism and Mass Communications, Vol. 2, No. 10 (October 2012). Published: “Minnesota v. Dickerson;” Published: “Plain Feel Doctrine;” Encyclopedia of the Fourth Amendment, ( January 2013), John R. Vile and David L. Hudson (editors), CQ Press. Published: “Oil and Water Do Not Mix: Constitutional Law and American Popular Culture,” Treatise on Law, Culture and Visual Studies, (December 2012), Anne Wagner and Richard Sherwin (editors), Springer, pp 943‑957. Presented: “The Adoption Springer, of Asian Children by American Whites,” Third Biennial Interdisciplinary Conference on Race, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, N.J., April 11, 2013. Presented: “The Hollywood Cinema and Public Attitudes Regarding Divorce Lawyers and Courts,” Ray Browne Memorial Conference on Popular Culture, Popular Culture Scholars Association, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, Feb. 8, 2013.

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Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Paul McInerny

Associate Athletic Director of Engagement and Public Affairs

Elected: Board of Directors, Catholic Memorial High School, May 23, 2013 to May 31, 2016.

Office of the Provost Dr. Jeff Snell

Special Adviser to the President

Grant: $50,000, “Brady’s Midwest Social Innovation Challenge,” W.H. Brady Foundation, Inc. Grant: $30,000, “Cristo Rey Feasibility Study,” Helen Bader Foundation, Inc.

CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING Dr. Christopher (Shaun) Longstreet Director

Published: “The Trouble with Disciplining Disciplines,” Understanding the Intersections: An Integrative Analysis Approach to Diversity in the Classroom. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, Vol. 2011, No. 125 (Spring 2011), Matthew Ouellett (editor), pp 21-29, Wiley Periodicals. Published: “The Alt-Ac Track, Beyond the Tenure Track,” Inside Higher Education, (April 2013), Scott Jaschik (editor). Presented: “Gamification in Your Learning Management System: A How-to Demonstration,” Texas Distance Learning Association, Galveston, Texas, March 2013. Presented: “How Did I Get Here? Our Alt-Ac Jobs,” Modern Languages Association, Boston, January 2013.

Dr. Susan Mountin

Director of Manresa for Faculty

Presented: “Contemplative Classroom Pedagogies for Improving Attention and Focus,” Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research, Blacksburg, Va., Feb. 7, 2013.

Dr. Heidi Schweizer Director of e-Learning

Presented: see entry for Terence Miller, Office of International Education.

CAREER SERVICES CENTER Jeremy Eudaly Career Counselor

Completed: Training for Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Master Practitioner designation, ( June 2013).

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM Dr. Joseph Green Director

Grant: $14,583, “TEAM GEAR UP,” U.S. Department of Education.

T Ullrich

Associate Director

Grant: $590,746, “Upward Bound,” U.S. Department of Education.

HAGGERTY MUSEUM OF ART Wally Mason Director

Presented: “Business of Photography,” Palm Springs Photography Festival, Palm Springs, Calif., April 30, 2013.

OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION Terence Miller Director

Grant: $258,791, “Project GO: Arabic Language and Culture,” U.S. Department of Defense. Presented: “Jesuit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins,” Re-imagining Higher Education in a Global Context, Association of International Education Administrators, New Orleans, Feb. 19, 2013, with Dr. Heidi Schweizer, Center for Teaching and Learning, and Mary McFarland. Presented: “Responsibilities on the Margins? Legal, Practical and Ethical Issues Relating to Student-Led Co‑Curricular Programming Abroad,” Re-Imagining Higher Education in a Global Context, Association of International Education Administrators, New Orleans, Feb. 18, 2013, with Thomas Bogenschild. Awarded: World Citizen Award, (International Institute of Wisconsin), April 2013. Appointed: Board of Advisors, Association of International Education Administrators, Duke University, April 1, 2013, to April 30, 2014.

RAYNOR MEMORIAL LIBRARIES Dr. Tara Baillargeon

Department Head, Research and Instructional Services

Presented: see entry for Patricia Berge, Raynor Memorial Libraries.

Patricia Berge Librarian

Presented: “The Forgotten Population: Using Assessment to Uncover the Library Needs of Graduate Students,” Association of College and Research Libraries Conference 2013: Imagine, Innovate, Inspire, Indianapolis, April 11, 2013, with Dr. Tara Baillargeon, Raynor Memorial Libraries, Regina Beard and Melissa Vetter.

Amy Cooper Cary

Department Head, Special Collections and University Archives

Elected: President, Midwest Archives Conference, April 20, 2013, to April 2015.

Dr. John B. Jentz Associate Librarian

Published: Chicago in the Age of Capital: Class, Politics, and Democracy during the Civil War and Reconstruction, (2012), University of Illinois Press, with Richard Schneirov.

Eric Kowalik

Instructional Designer

Presented: “Lights, Camera, Action: Creating a Virtual Library Tour,” Wisconsin Association of Academic Libraries, Elkhart Lake, Wis., April 25, 2013, with Nia Schudson, Raynor Memorial Libraries.

Dr. Christopher (Shaun) Longstreet

Presented: “Multifaceted Promotion and Outreach of Banned Books Week Library Programming,” Wisconsin Association of Academic Libraries, April 24, 2013, Elkhart Lake, Wis., with Emily Zegers, Raynor Memorial Libraries, and Megan Reilly.

Reviewed: Kathleen Winter’s Annabel, American Book Review, Vol. 33, No. 3 (March/April 2012), p 32.

Administrative Division

Robert Nunez, II

CAMPUS MINISTRY

Emerging Technologies Librarian

Presented: “Metadata, Web Accessibility and Linked Data,” Interactive Web Design, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Milwaukee, April 30, 2013. Presented: “2 Weeks in 20 Minutes — How Marquette University Customized LibCal,” SpringyCamp, Spring Share, Virtual, May 17, 2013, with Edward Sanchez.

Nia Schudson Librarian

Presented: see entry for Eric Kowalik, Raynor Memorial Libraries.

Mark Thiel

Archivist, Special Collections and University Archives

Published: Native Footsteps Along the Path of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, (2012), Marquette University Press and the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions, with Christopher Vescey. Presented: “The Legacy of St. Kateri Tekakwitha,” Conference in Honor of the Canonization of St. Kateri Tekakwitha, Gonzaga University Catholic Studies Program, Spokane, Wash., Feb. 2, 2013.

Emily Zegers

Timothy Johnston

Assistant Director of Liturgical Programs

Published: “Community,” Illuminating Ministry, A Journal, Vol. 3, (March 2013), Dr. Vic Klimoski and Dr. Barbara Sutton (editors), School of Theology Seminary. Presented: “Celebrating the Rites of Christian Initiation of Adults,” Diocese of Salt Lake City RCIA Catechists Workshop, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 7-8, 2013. Presented: “What Wondrous Love is This: Reflections on Triduum,” Sacred Heart Parish Retreat, Horicon, Wis., March 2, 2013. Presented: “Array;” Presented: “The Body of Christ at Prayer: The Role of the Liturgical Assembly;” Presented: “The Church’s Best Kept Secret: The Liturgy of the Hours in Parish Life;” Southwest Liturgical Conference Study Week, Albuquerque, N.M., Jan. 18, 2013.

DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS Dr. Stephanie Quade

Dean of Students and Director of the Burke Scholarship Program Grant: $624,751, “Burke Scholars Program,” The Burke Foundation.

Assistant Librarian and Coordinator of Marketing and Outreach

Presented: see entry for Eric Kowalik, Raynor Memorial Libraries.

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS

MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CLINIC Rebecca Michelsen Health Educator

Austin Gilmour

Grant: $1,000, “SPARK 2013: Tobacco-Free Campus Initiative,” American Lung Association.

Admissions Counselor

Published: “On Huron,” American Literary Review, ( June 2012), Ann McCutchan (editor), pp 126-142, University of North Texas.

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