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Marquette Compendium News of Faculty and Staff Activities  WINTER 2014

The winter 2014 issue of Compendium is a compilation of Marquette University faculty research, scholarship and accomplishments from June 2013 through November 2013, and grants reported by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs from June 2013 through November 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

Published: “Neurodegeneration in Drop-dead Mutant Drosophila melanogaster is Associated With the Respiratory System But Not With Hypoxia,” PLoS One, Vol. 8, No. 7 ( July 2013), p e68032.

Henry Cervantes

Patricia Colloton

Peace Works Coordinator

Grant: see entry for Patrick Kennelly, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

Dr. Susanne Foster

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Published: “ ‘There’s No Place I Can Be’: Whedon, Augustine, and the Earthly City,” Joss Whedon and Religion: Essays on an Angry Atheist’s Exploration of the Sacred, (September 2013), Anthony R. Mills, John W. Morehead and J. Ryan Parker (editors), pp 152-164, McFarland and Co., Inc., with Dr. James South, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

Patrick Kennelly

Director of the Center for Peacemaking

Grant: $79,000, “Marquette University Peace Works — Violence Prevention Initiative,” Anonymous. Grant: $2,000, “Peacemaking and Nonviolence in World Regions,” United States Institute of Peace, with Dr. Irfan Omar, Department of Theology. Grant: $15,000, “Youth Development as a Vehicle for Public Safety,” MacArthur Foundation, with Henry Cervantes, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Published: “Roles and Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards: the Peace Case,” Journal for the Study of Peace and Conflict, (Summer 2013).

Dr. James South

Associate Dean for Faculty

Published: see entry for Dr. Susanne Foster, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Dr. Edward Blumenthal Associate Professor

Grant: $44,270, “REU Site: Undergraduate Summer Research in Molecular and Cellular Biology,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Gail Waring, Department of Biological Sciences.

Assistant to the Chair

Published: see entry for Dr. Robert Fitts, Department of Biological Sciences.

Dr. Thomas Eddinger Professor

Presented: see entries for Dr. Anita Manogaran, Department of Biological Sciences.

Dr. Robert Fitts

Chair and Professor

Grant: $5,425, “Inhibition of Activin Type IIB Receptor Signaling as a Treatment to Nemaline Myopathy,” Medical College of Wisconsin. Published: “Effects of Prolonged Space Flight on Human Skeletal Muscle Enzyme and Substrate Profiles,” Journal of Applied Physiology, Vol. 115 (September 2013), pp 667-679, with Patricia Colloton, Department of Biological Sciences; S. Trappe, D. Costill, J. Bain and D. Riley. Presented: “Impact of Exercisetraining and Pre-conditioning on Ischemic Injury and Electrical Properties of the Heart,” Integrative Biology and Physiology Seminar series, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Nov. 1, 2013. Presented: “Skeletal Muscle Fatigue: Role of pH, Pi, and Ca2+,” American College of Sports Medicine Midwest Affiliate, Merrillville, Ind., Nov. 9, 2013, with graduate student Cassandra Nelson.

Dr. James Maki Professor

Published: “Bacterial Intracellular Sulfur Globules: Structure and Function,” Journal of Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology, Vol. 23, No. 4 -5 (August 2013), pp 270‑280. Published: see entry for Dr. Daniel Zitomer, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering.

Dr. Anita Manogaran

Dr. Anita Manogaran

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Grant: $5,000, “Investigating the ‘Flipped’ Classroom,” Pearson Education. Presented: “Writing Assignments with a Metacognitive Component Enhance Learning in a Large Introductory Biology Course,” NSF, HHMI, USDA, AAAS, Washington, D.C., Aug. 28, 2013, with Dr. Thomas J. Eddinger, Department of Biological Sciences; Dr. Martin St. Maurice, Department of Biological Sciences; and Dr. Michelle Mynlieff, Department of Biological Sciences. Presented: “Writing Assignments with a Metacognitive Component Enhance Learning in a Large Introductory Biology Course,” Fall 2013 Midwest Regional Exchange, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind., Nov. 1, 2013, with Dr. Thomas J. Eddinger, Department of Biological Sciences; Dr. Martin St. Maurice, Department of Biological Sciences; and Dr. Michelle Mynlieff, Department of Biological Sciences.

Presented: “Las17p is Involved in the Appearance of the Heterologous Yeast Prion, [Het-s],” Midwest Yeast Meeting, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., Sept. 28, 2013, with undergraduate student Emma Weber.

Brian Mikeworth

Research Lab Supervisor

Presented: see entries for Dr. Lisa Petrella, Department of Biological Sciences.

Dr. Michelle Mynlieff Assistant Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Murray Blackmore, Department of Biomedical Sciences, College of Heath Sciences. Published: “Nonspecific, Reversible Inhibition of Voltage-gated Calcium Channels by CaMKII Inhibitor CK59,” Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology, Vol. 33, No. 5 ( July 2013), pp 723‑729. Presented: see entries for Dr. Anita Manogaran, Department of Biological Sciences.


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Compendium — Winter 2014

Published: “Concerted and Sequential Mechanisms of Proton-coupled Electron Transfer in Hydrogen Halide Elimination,” Chemical Physics Letters, Vol. 556 ( June 2013), pp 35-38, with Dr. Lisa George, Department of Chemistry, and undergraduate student Nicole Cunningham.

Dr. Qadir Timerghazin Assistant Professor

Grant: $400,000, “CAREER: New Insights into the Reactivity of S-Nitrosothiols,” National Science Foundation.

Dr. Chieu Tran

Pfletchinger-Habermann Professor

Dr. Lisa Petrella

Dr. Lisa Petrella Assistant Professor

Grant: $232,664, “Mechanisms of Temperature Buffering in C. Elegans,” National Institutes of Health. Presented: “Natural Variants of C. elegans Demonstrate Defects in Both Sperm Function and Oogenesis at Elevated Temperatures,” June 29, 2013; Presented: “synMuv B Regulation of Chromatin States at High Temperature,” June 28, 2013, with graduate student Meghan Fealey; Presented: “Temperature Sensitive Fertility of lin-35 Mutants,” June 28, 2013, with Brian Mikeworth, Department of Biological Sciences; International C. elegans Meeting, University of California–Los Angeles, Los Angeles.

Dr. Michael Schlappi Associate Professor

Grant: $134,172, “Graduate Assistance in Biological Sciences,” U.S. Department of Education.

Dr. Martin St. Maurice Assistant Professor

Grant: $102,468, “MRI: Acquisition of  a Small Volume Isothermal Titration Calorimeter,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Evgueni Kovriguine, Department of Chemistry. Published: “Insights Into the Carboxyltransferase Reaction of Pyruvate Carboxylase from the Structures of Bound Product and Intermediate Analogs,” Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Vol. 441, No. 2 (November 2013), pp 377-382. Presented: see entries for Dr. Anita Manogaran, Department of Biological Sciences. Presented: “Swinging Arms and Channels: Investigating the Transfer of Intermediates in Two Biotin-dependent Enzymes,” Brody School of Medicine, Greenville, N.C., July 24, 2013. Presented: “Studies on Domain Coordination in Urea Amidolyase,” Symposium of the Protein Society, Boston, July 20, 2013.

Presented: “A Substrate-induced Biotin-binding Site Contributes to Efficient Catalysis in Pyruvate Carboxylase,” with graduate student Adam Lietzan; Presented: “Studies on Domain Coordination in Urea Amidolyase,” Gordon Research Conference, Waterville Valley, N.H., July 14, 2013. Presented: “The Remarkable Swinging Arm of Pyruvate Carboxylase: Structural and Kinetic Insights into Coordinated Catalysis,” Milwaukee Area Structural Biology Information Group, Milwaukee, Nov. 14, 2013. Presented: “The Remarkable Swinging Arm of Pyruvate Carboxylase: Structural and Kinetic Insights into Coordinated Catalysis,” Midwest Enzyme Chemistry Conference, Chicago, Oct. 12, 2013.

Dr. Rosemary Stuart Professor

Presented: “Supercomplex Organization of Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain Complexes,” Gordon Research Conferences, Andover, N.H., June 26, 2013.

Dr. Gail Waring Professor Emerita

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

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY Dr. Dmitri Babikov Professor

Grant: $117,876, “Modeling Ozone MIF in Gas Phase and on Surfaces,” National Science Foundation. Grant: $38,188, “CNIC: Benchmark Studies of Collisional Energy Transfer using Mixed Quantum/Classical Theory,” National Science Foundation.

Dr. Lisa George

Post-doctoral Fellow

Published: see entries for Dr. Scott Reid, Department of Chemistry.

Dr. James Kincaid

Professor and Pfletschinger Habermann Chair

Grant: $16,274, “Raman Studies of Mammalian Cytochromes P450,” National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Evgueni Kovriguine Assistant Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Martin St. Maurice, Department of Biological Sciences.

Dr. Rajenda Rathore Professor

Grant: $5,000, “Targeting DUSP5 to Treat Vascular Anomalies,” National Institutes of Health.

Published: see entry for Dr. April Harkins, Department of Clinical Laboratory Science, College of Health Sciences. Presented: “Supramolecular Polysaccharide Composite Materials: Synthesis and Applications,” University of Nova Gorica, Nova Gorica, Slovenia, Oct. 15, 2013. Presented: “Supramolecular Polysaccharide Composite Materials: Synthesis and Analytical Applications;” Organized: “Symposium” Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies, Milwaukee, September 2013.

Dr. Chae Yi Professor

Grant: $145,000, “Catalytic Coupling Reactions via C-H, C-C and C-N Bond Activation,” National Science Foundation.

Dr. Scott Reid

Chair and Professor

Grant: $57,802, “Studies of the Halogen Bond and Electron Transfer in Prototypical Donor-accepted Halogen-Bonded Complexes,” National Science Foundation. Published: “Reactive Pathways in the Chlorobenzene-Ammonia Dimer Cation Radical: New Insights from Experiment and Theory,” Journal of Physical Chemistry A, (October 2013), with graduate student Silver Nyambo, graduate student Aimable Kalume, graduate student Brandon Uhler, graduate student Lloyd Muzangwa and undergraduate student Cyrus Karshena. Published: “Photoisomerization and Photoinduced Reactions in Liquid CCl4 and CHCl3,” Journal of Physical Chemistry A, (August 2013), with graduate student Greg Dunning, Thomas Preston, Andrew Orr-Ewing, Gregory Greeham, Ian Clark and Michael Towrie. Published: “π-Stacking, C-H/π, and Halogen Bonding Interactions in Bromobenzene and Mixed Bromobenzene-Benzene Clusters,” Journal of Physical Chemistry A, (August 2013), with graduate student Silver Nyambo, graduate student Lloyd Muzangwa and graduate student Brandon Uhler. Published: “Case of the Missing Isomer: Pathways for Molecular Elimination in the Photo‑induced Decomposition of 1,1-Dibromoethane,” Journal of Physical Chemistry A, Vol. 117, No. 46 ( July 2013), pp 11,915-11,923, with Dr. Lisa George, Department of Chemistry; graduate student Aimable Kalume and undergraduate student Nicole Cunningham.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH Dr. Amy Blair

Associate Professor

Presented: “Tasting and Testing Books: Good Housekeeping’s Literary Canon for the 1920s and 1930s;” Presented: “Acquired Taste: Reading and the Uses of Literature in the Age of Academic Literary Studies;” Heidelberg Center for American Studies, Heidelberg University, Heidelberg, Germany, June 21, 2013. Presented: “History of Critical Reception,” Midwest Modern Language Association Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, Nov. 10, 2013. Presented: “Edith Wharton and the Literary Marketplace,” Milwaukee Public Library, Milwaukee, Nov. 2, 2013. Presented: “Uncivil Discourse, Philistine Readers and The House of Mirth,” Reception Study Society Conference, Milwaukee, Sept. 28, 2013.

Dr. Gerard Canavan Assistant Professor

Grant: $24,948, “Enduring Questions: ‘What is Worth Preserving?’,” National Endowment for the Humanities. Published: “Bred to Be Superhuman: Comic Books and Afrofuturism in Octavia Butler’s Patternist Series,” Modern Masters of Science Fiction: Octavia Butler Paradoxa, No. 25 (October 2013), pp 253-287. Published: “Life Without Hope? Huntington’s Disease and Genetic Futurity,” Disability in Science Fiction: Representations of Technology as Cure, (September 2013), pp 169-187. Published: “Debt, Theft, Permaculture: Justice and Ecological Scale,” Debt, Indiana University Press, (August 2013), pp 210-224.


Winter 2014 — Compendium

Published: “Review of Eric Otto’s Green Speculations: Science Fiction and Transformative Environmentalism,” Science Fiction Studies, Vol. 40, No. 2 ( July 2013), pp 387-389. Presented: “Metaphors of Climate Change;” Presented: “Vile Offspring of the Long Postmodern: Capital as Artificial Intelligence,” Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts Annual Meeting, Notre Dame, Ind., October 2013. Presented: “ ‘You’ve Ruined Everything!’ Superboy-Prime and the Fan-as-Villain,” Reception Study Society, Milwaukee, Sept. 28, 2013.

Dr. Leah Flack

Assistant Professor

Presented: “ ‘Now What the DEFFIL Can That Mean!’: Pound’s Modernist Difficulty,” Ezra Pound International Conference, Dublin, Ireland, July 2013.

Dr. Melissa Ganz Assistant Professor

Reviewed: Christine L. Krueger’s Reading for the Law: British Literary History and Gender Advocacy, Law and Literature; Reviewed: Cathrine O. Frank’s Transmission of Culture in England, 1837-1925, Victorian Studies, Vol. 55, No. 3 (Spring 2013), pp 567‑570. Presented: “ ‘A Kind of Insanity in My Spirits’: Frankenstein and Criminal Intent,” Annual Meeting of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism, August 2013, Boston. Presented: “Freedom and Fetters: Radical Marriage in Burney’s The Wanderer;” Presented: “Violence and Justice in the Age of Enlightenment,” Annual Meeting of the Northeast American Society for EighteenthCentury Studies, Yale University, New Haven, Conn., October 2013.

Dr. Amanda Beth Godbee Assistant Professor

Published: “The Antiracism Activism Special Interest Group,” MWCA Newsletter, Vol. 35, No. 1 (September 2013), pp 3-4, with Bobbi Olson, Katie Levin, Thomas Ferrel, Becca Johnson and Neil Simpkins. Published: “Making Commitments to Racial Justice Actionable,” Across the Disciplines, Vol. 10, No. 3 (August 2013), with Rasha Diab, Thomas Ferrel and Neil Simpkins. Presented: “Marquette English Students Write for Change: Projects and Impact of Ethnography of the University,” St. John’s on the Lake, Milwaukee, Nov. 13, 2013, with undergraduate student Frank Bufe, undergraduate student Megan Glise, undergraduate student LeeAnn Kjos, undergraduate student Katie Lempke and undergraduate student Naomi Weyaus. Presented: “ ‘Here Comes Trouble!”: SRTOL and Our Willingness to Be Disturbed,” with Tanya Cochran, Thomas Ferrel and Jasmine Tang; Presented: “Meeting of the MWCA Special Interest Group on Antiracism Activism,” with Thomas Ferrel, Becca Johnson, Katie Levin, Bobbi Olson and Neil Simpkins; Midwest Writing Centers Association, Skokie, Ill., Oct. 17, 2013.

Presented: “Stretching Beyond the Semester: Writing Projects that Keep on Growing,” Wisconsin Council of Teachers of English, Madison, Wis., Oct. 11, 2013, with undergraduate student Jessie Bazan, undergraduate student Frank Bufe, undergraduate student Megan Glise, undergraduate student Katelyn Quigley and undergraduate student Brittany White. Nominated: 2012 IWCA Best Article Award, International Writing Centers Association, 2013. Selected: Semi-Finalist: National Association of Education Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship, National Association of Education Spencer Foundation, 2013. Chaired: International Writing Centers Association Special Interest Group on Antiracism Activism, June 2013.

Dr. Diane Long Hoeveler Professor

Published: “Gothic Adaptation, 1765‑1830,” In The Gothic World, (October 2013), Glennis Byron and Dale Townshend (editors), pp 185‑198, Routledge. Published: “Regina Maria Roche’s The Children of the Abbey: Contesting the Catholic Presence in Female Gothic Fiction,” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, Vol. 31, No. 2012 (September 2013), pp 137-158. Presented: “The Anti-Catholic Penny Dreadful and the (Almost) Last Gasp of the Gothic,” International Gothic Association Conference, University of Surrey, England, Aug. 8, 2013. Presented: “Richard Warner’s Netley Abbey: Gothic Ruins, The Dissolution of Monasteries and Henry VIII,” British Association of Romantic Studies, University of Southampton, England, July 25, 2013. Presented: “Contesting the Catholic Presence in Regina Maria Roche’s Children of the Abbey,” Pride and Prejudices Conference: Women’s Writing of the Long Eighteenth Century, Chawton House Library, Hampshire, England, July 4, 2013.

C.J. Hribal

Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies

Presented: “Louise Erdrich’s Love Medicine as Lyric Novel,” July 9, 2013; Presented: “How to Make Love to a Cancer Patient,” July 5, 2013; The Warren Wilson College MFA Program for Writers, Warren Wilson College, Asheville, N.C. Awarded: Southeastern Wisconsin Artist of the Month, Southeastern Wisconsin Arts Guild, September 2013.

Dr. Thomas Linden Jeffers Professor

Reviewed: Paradox of the Book, Weekly Standard, (October 2013), pp 46-47.

Dr. Christine Krueger Professor

Reviewed: Ayelet Ben-Yishai’s Common Precedent: the Presentness of the Past in Victorian Law and Fiction, Review 19, Vol. 13 ( June 2013). Presented: “The Art of Domestic Scholarship Across Generations: Mary Anne Everett Green’s Study Abroad and Evelyn Everett Green’s Foreign Home,” Midwest Modern Language Association, Milwaukee, Nov. 9, 2013, with undergraduate student Mallory Daily.

Dr. Corinna Lee

Dr. Sarah Wadsworth

Presented: “Out-of-print: 1970s Feminist Literary Recovery, Imagined Community and the Value of Textual Scarcity,” American Studies Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., Nov. 24, 2013. Presented: “The Cultural Politics of Critical Reception I,” Reception Study Society Conference, Milwaukee, Sept. 28, 2013.

Published: Afterword, “Penrose in the Twenty-First Century,” Mr. Penrose: The Journal of Penrose, Seaman by William Williams, Indiana University Press, (October 2013). Published: “Kara Walker, No World,” Re-Seeing the Permanent Collection: The Viewer’s Voice, (August 2013), p 38. Presented: “Emily Dickinson, Frances Harper, and the 19th century Revival Music Meme-plex,” Midwest Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Milwaukee, Nov. 8, 2013. Presented: “The Cultural Politics of Scholarly Reception,” Reception Study Society Conference, Milwaukee, Sept. 28, 2013.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Jodi Melamed Associate Professor

Reviewed: Shaul Kelner’s Tours that Bind: Diaspora, Pilgrimage, and Israeli Birthright Tourism, Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, Vol. 12, No. 1 ( June 2013), p 4. Presented: “Primitive Accumulation and Archaeologies of Race,” Nov. 23, 2013; Presented: “ASA Town Hall: American Studies and Israel/Palestine,” Nov. 22, 2013; American Studies Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. Presented: “Race, Sexuality, Indigeneity: Interdisciplinarity on the Edge of Permissible Rationalities,” University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne, Urbana, Ill., Sept. 23, 2013.

Dr. Rebecca Nowacek

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

Presented: “Agents of Integration: Teaching for Transfer,” WAC Workshop, DePauw University, DePauw Ind., August 2013. Presented: “Genre Knowledge and ‘Transfer Talk’ in the Writing Center: Findings from a Pilot Study,” Critical Transitions: Elon Conference on Transfer, Elon University, Elon N.C., June 2013. Presented: “Collaboration, Cooperation, Complication: Composing our Visions of the Possible,” Canadian ­Association for Studies in Language and Learning, Vancouver, British ­Columbia, Canada, June 2013.

Dr. Albert Rivero Professor

Published: “Truths to Life,” Times Literary Supplement, No. 5753 ( July 2013), p 12.

Dr. Angela Sorby Associate Professor

Published: “Paradise, Wisconsin,” Barrow Street, Fall 2013 (November 2013), p 2. Published: “Education,” Emily Dickinson in Context, Cambridge University Press, (October 2013), pp 36-48. Published: “A Walk Across the Ice;” Published: “Golden Spike;” Published: “Ink;” Superstition Review, Vol. 11 (September 2013), p 3. Presented: “Poetry Reading with MMLA Participants,” Midwest Modern Language Association, Milwaukee, Nov. 8, 2013. Presented: “Looking Westward: Regional Reception Beyond New England,” Reception Study Conference, Milwaukee, Sept. 27, 2013.

Dr. John Su

Professor, Director of Undergraduate Studies and Director of the Core Curriculum Published: “The Beloved Republic: Nostalgia and the Political Aesthetic of E. M. Forster,” Modernism and Nostalgia: Bodies, Locations, Aesthetics, Palgrave Macmillan, (2013), pp 198-215.

Associate Professor

Larry Watson

Visiting Professor

Published: Let Him Go: A Novel, (September 2013), Milkweed Editions. Presented: “Signing Galleys of Novel Let Him Go,” American Library Association Annual Convention, Chicago, June 29, 2013. Presented: “Fact and Fiction in Contemporary Literature,” Author Series, Hatch Public Library, Mauston, Wis., July 9, 2013. Presented: “The Legacy of Loss,” Visiting Author Series, Warren Newport Public Library, Gurnee, Ill., Sept. 7, 2013. Presented: “Choice and Will in Contemporary Fiction,” Talk of the Stacks, Hennepin County Library, Minneapolis, Sept. 12, 2013. Presented: “Reading From Novel Let Him Go,” Author Series, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, Sept. 18, 2013. Presented: “Fiction and Its Sources,” Visiting Writer Series, Kiel Public Library, Kiel, Wis., Sept. 30, 2013. Presented: “Discussion of New Publication, Let Him Go,” Heartland Fall Forum, Midwest Independent Booksellers Association, Chicago, Oct. 5, 2013. Presented: “Genre and Literary Fiction,” Writers’ Series, Women’s National Book Association, Detroit, Oct. 9, 2013. Presented: “Reading from Let Him Go and Panel Appearance,” Iowa City Book Festival, Iowa City, Iowa, Oct. 12, 2013. Presented: “Writers, Agents, and Editors,” Writers’ Series, Adams Community Theater/Adams Public Library, Oct. 23, 2013, Adams, Wis. Presented: “Reading From New Novel, Let Him Go,” Visiting Writer Series, Madison Public Library, Madison, Wis., Oct. 30, 2013. Presented: “Conversation, via Skype,” Conversation with Yarra Valley High School students studying Watson’s novel, Montana 1948, Yarra Valley High School, Nov. 5, 2013, Milwaukee and Melbourne, Australia. Presented: “Time and Place in Fiction,” Miami International Book Festival, Miami Dade College, Miami, Nov. 24, 2013. Awarded: Library Association Literary Contribution Award, Mountain Plains Library Association, Sept. 27, 2013.

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Compendium — Winter 2014

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES Dr. Germán Carrillo Professor

Presented: “Myth vs. Anti-myth in Evelio Rosero’s Neo-historical Novel: La carroza de Bolívar,” Meeting of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, July 10, 2013, San Antonio. Presented: “Entre la memoria y el olvido: El olvido que seremos (2006) de Héctor Abad Faciolince,” Midwest Modern Language Association, Milwaukee, Nov. 8, 2013. Presented: “The Neo-historical Novel and the Bicentennial Celebration of Independence: W. Ospina’s En busca de Bolívar (2010) and Rosero’s La carroza de Bolívar (2012),” North Central Council of Latin Americanists, University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, Stevens Point, Wis., Sept. 27, 2013, with Dr. Jason Meyler, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures; and Dr. Armando Gonzalez Perez, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures. Awarded: Full Membership in Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española, October 2013. Elected: President Emeritus, Sigma Delta Pi, The National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, July 2013. Awarded: Jorge Luis Borges Award, Sigma Delta Pi, The National Hispanic Honor Society, July 2013.

Dr. Sarah Gendron Associate Professor

Published: “Crossing the Line: Writing and Reading Holocaust Testimonies,” Thinking and Practicing Reconciliation: Literary and Pedagogical Responses to Atrocity, (2013), Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Published: “Exploiting the Hutu/Tutsi Divide: The Relationship Between Extremist Propaganda and Genocide in Rwanda,” Enemy Images in War Propaganda, (2013), Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Presented: “Art and Popular Culture as Genocide Propaganda,” Rwandan government, Kigali, Rwanda, June 2013.

Dr. Armando Gonzalez-Perez

Professor and Director of the Mexico Summer Program

Published: Afro-Cuban Theatre of the Diaspora: Critical Essays, (September 2013), La gota de agua. Presented: see entry for Dr. German Carrillo, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures. Presented: “Transculturación, aculturación e identidad en el poemario Ochun en el Hudson de Héctor Santiago,” Convention of the Midwest Modern Language Association, Milwaukee, Nov. 10, 2013.

Dr. Jason Meyler

Dr. Alan Ball

Dr. Chima Korieh

Published: “The Staging of Religion and Popular Culture in Dolores Prida’s Botánica,” Afro-Cuban Theatre of the Diaspora: Critical Essays, (September 2013), pp 189-214, La gota de agua. Presented: see entry for Dr. German Carrillo, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures. Presented: “El artificio de la transculturación en el arte visual de Enrique Chagoya,” Midwest Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Milwaukee, Nov. 7, 2013. Presented: “Resistencia e identidades múltiples en el Codex Espangliensis de Enrique Chagoya, Guillermo Gómez-Peña y Felicia Rice,” North Central Council of Latin Americanists, University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, Stevens Point, Wis., Sept. 27, 2013.

Published: “Wisconsin Supreme Court Statistics, 2012-2013,” www.scowstats.com, (September 2013).

Published: “Biafra and the Discourse on the Igbo Genocide,” Journal of Asian and African Studies, (October 2013). Presented: “The Home Front: Colonial Subjects in World War II,” 11th Annual Conference of the Igbo Studies Association, Enugu, Nigeria, June 27, 2013. Presented: “African Studies: The Epistemology as Protest,” Michigan State University Africanist Graduate Student Research Conference, International Studies and Programs/ African Studies Center, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich., Nov. 25, 2013.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Anne Pasero Professor

Published: El Fuego Invisible (Anthology of works by Clara Janes), (December 2012), Ayuntamiento de Avila. Published: La Autobiografia Como Expresion Singular Posmoderna, Ayuntamiento de Avila, Winter 2012. Presented: “Intertext of Art and Life in Recent Works of Clara Janes,” Midwest Modern Language Association, Milwaukee, Nov. 8, 2013.

Dr. John Pustejovsky Associate Professor

Published: “Wenn sie das Wort Ich gebraucht,” Festschrift für Barbara Becker-Cantarino, Vol. 47 (2013), with Jacqueline Vansant.

Dr. Steven Millen Taylor Professor Emeritus of French

Reviewed: “Schwam-Baird, An Edition and Translation of the Fifteenth-century Romance Epic,” Fifteenth-Century Studies, Vol. 38 (Summer 2013), pp 279-282.

Dr. Jennifer Vanderheyden Adjunct Assistant Professor

Presented: “Testimonial Writing Workshop,” The Voices and Faces Project, Mount Mary University, Milwaukee, Oct. 5, 2013.

Dr. Barry Velleman Professor Emeritus

Presented: “Bello y las ‘Escrituras Disciplinarias’: Diccionarios, Gramáticas, Ortográfico,” Nov. 29; Presented: “Los Criterios de una Obra ‘Difícilmente Superable:’ Ángel Rosenblat y ‘El Pensamiento Gramatical de Bello’,” Nov. 28, 2013; Primer Simposio de la Cátedra Andés Bello, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY Rev. Steven Avella Professor

Reviewed: Karen Holscher’s Religious Lessons: Catholic Sisters and the Captured Schools Crisis in New Mexico, New Mexico Historical Review, Vol. 88, No. 44 (Autumn 2013), pp 470-472. Published: “Pope Francis, Reaching Across the Barriers” Religion and the News, (October 2013). Awarded: Vatican II Award — Service to Priesthood, Archdiocese of Milwaukee, October 2013.

Professor

Dr. Sarah Bond

Assistant Professor

Published: “Mortuary Workers, the Church, and the Funeral Trade in Late Antiquity,” Journal of Late Antiquity, No. 6.1 ( June 2013), pp 135‑151. Presented: “Guest Lecture,” Milwaukee Area Biblical Archaeology Society, Wisconsin Lutheran College, September 2013.

Dr. Alison Efford Associate Professor

Grant: $2,200, “Suicide and the Immigrant Experience, 1880-1924,” The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Fellowship. Grant: $2,000, “Suicide and the Immigrant Experience, 1880-1924,” Library Company of Philadelphia and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Andrew Kahrl Assistant Professor

Published: “New Negroes at the Beach: At Work and Play Outside the Black Metropolis,” Escape from New York: The New Negro Renaissance Beyond Harlem, University of Minnesota Press, (October 2013), pp 335‑360. Published: “Roundtable Review of The Land Was Ours, by Andrew W. Kahrl,” H-Environment, ( July 2013). Reviewed: R. Nicole King’s Sombreros and Motorcycles in a Newer South: The Politics of Aesthetics in South Carolina’s Tourism Industry, Journal of Southern History, Vol. 79, (August 2013), pp 773‑774. Reviewed: Michael O’Malley’s Face Value: The Entwined Histories of Money and Race in America, Journal of American History, Vol. 100, No. 1 ( June 2013), pp 205-206. Presented: “The Power to Destroy: Property Assessment Discrimination and the Struggle for Tax Justice,” Law and Humanities Junior Scholars Workshop, Law Schools of Columbia University, Georgetown University, University of California–Los Angeles, University of Southern California, Washington, D.C., June 3, 2013. Presented: “African American Land Loss: Legal and Historical Perspectives,” Southern Historical Association Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Nov. 2, 2013. Presented: “Developed Shorelines and Rising Tides: The History and Future of Coastal America,” Department of Geography Colloquia Series, University of Wisconsin– Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Oct. 25, 2013. Presented: “Tax Liens and the Persistence of Urban Blight,” Society for American City and Regional Planning History, Toronto, Oct. 7, 2013. Presented: “How to Profit Off Other People’s Property: Predatory Tax Buying in 1970s Chicago,” Urban History Seminar Series, Chicago Historical Society, Chicago History Museum, Chicago, Sept. 19, 2013. Organized: Workshop, American Council of Learned Societies, September 2013.

Associate Professor

Dr. James Marten Chair and Professor

Presented: “Race, Space and Place in the United States;” Presented: “The Past, Present and Future of the Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth;” Presented: “Twentieth Century Wars and Their Aftermaths;” Society for the History of Children and Youth, Nottingham, England, June 2013. Presented: “Teaching the Global History of Childhood,” Social Science History Association, Chicago, November 2013. Presented: “America’s Corporal: A Civil War Veteran Makes His Way,” Sister Justine Peter Lecture Series, Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, October 2013. Presented: “Making Sense of the Civil War,” National Endowment for the Humanities, Cedarburg Cultural Center, Cedarburg, Wis., 2013. Elected: Officer, President/Elect/Past, Society for the History of Children and Youth, June 2013. Appointed: Editor, Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, July 2013.

Dr. Laura Matthew Associate Professor

Published: “ ‘Because Here, Color Largely Decides Nobility’: A 19th-Century Letter by Fr. José Antonio Goicoechea, Guatemala,” Mesoamérica, Vol. 55 (September 2013), pp 153-167. Presented: “La Sociedad Colonial: Escalas de Abordaje,” Universidad Rafael Landivar, Guatemala City, Guatemala, July 18, 2013. Presented: “New Insights from Colonial History,” Guatemala Scholars Network, Antigua, Guatemala, July 10, 2013. Awarded: Howard F. Cline Memorial Prize, Conference on Latin American History, October 2013.


Winter 2014 — Compendium

Published: “RSSI Based Indoor Localization for Smartphone Using Fixed and Mobile Wireless Node,” COMPSAC, (2013), pp 110-117, with Roger Smith, Department of Facilities Services; M. Gani and Casey O’Brien. Published: “Toward Collective Intelligence for Fighting Obesity,” COMPSAC, (2013), pp 690-695, with Ivor Addo and William Chu. Published: “Toward Improving Reliability of Computational RFID Based Smart Healthcare Monitoring Systems,” ICOST, (2013), pp 211-217, with Farzana Rahman. Presented: see entry for Dr. Norah Johnson, College of Nursing.

Dr. Naveen Bansal Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Published: see entry for Dr. Gholamhossein Hamedani, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.

Dr. Dennis Brylow Associate Professor

Dr. Laura Matthew

Dr. Phillip Naylor Professor

Reviewed: Ann Laura Stoler’s Imperial Debris: On Ruins and Ruination, Choice, Vol. 51 (November 2013), p 506. Reviewed: Martin Evans’ Algeria: France’s Undeclared War, International Journal of Middle East Studies, Vol. 45, No. 4 (November 2013), pp 815-818.

Dr. Julius Ruff Professor

Reviewed: Reynaud Abad’s La Grâce du Roi: Les Lettres de Clémence de Grande Chancellerie au XVIII Siècle, H-France Review, Vol. 13, No. 161 (October 2013).

Dr. Peter Staudenmaier Assistant Professor

Presented: “Preparation for Genocide: The Center for the Study of the Jewish Problem in Trieste, Italy, 1941-1944,” New Scholars/New Research on the Holocaust, University of Toronto, Toronto, Oct. 7, 2013.

Dr. Michael Wert Associate Professor

Published: Meiji Restoration Losers: Memory and Tokugawa Supporters in Modern Japan, (November 2013), Harvard University Asia Center. Published: “Chapter 11: Inner and East Asia, 400–1200;” Published: “Chapter 13: Mongol Eurasia and Its Aftermath, 1200-1500;” Published: “Chapter 21: East Asia in Global Perspective;” The Earth and its Peoples: A Global History (October 2013), R. Bulliet, P. Crossle, D. Headrick, S. Hirsch and L. Johnson (editors), Cengage Learning.

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

Grant: $76,869, “American Indian m-health Smoking Dependence Study,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: $55,051, “Efficacy of m-Health Self-Management Intervention,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: $25,960, “mPeer: Mobile Detection of High Risk Behavior in Veterans — A Sociotechnical Systems Approach,” Medical College of Wisconsin. Published: “Considerations in Designing Human-Computer Interfaces for Elderly People,” QSIC (2013) pp 372-377, with Drew Williams, research assistant, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science; Mohammad Alam and William Chu. Published: “Elderly Safety: A Smartphone Based Real Time Approach,” ICOST, (2013), pp 134‑142, with Mohammad Alam, Weiqiang Wang and William Chu. Published: “Identifying Phases of Gait and Development of Walking Model from Pressure and Accelerometer Data and Its Ramifications in Elderly Walking,” ICOST, (2013), pp 273-279, with Ferdaus Kawsar, Jahangir Majumder, and William Chu. Published: “iPrevention: Toward a Novel Real-time Smartphone-based Fall Prevention System,” SAC, (2013), pp 513-518, with Akm Majumder, Farzana Rahman, Ishmat Zerin and William Ebel, Jr. Published: “PriGen: A Generic Framework to Preserve Privacy of Healthcare Data in the Cloud,” ICOST, (2013), pp 77-85, with Farzana Rahman, Ji-Jiang Yang and Qing Wang.

Grant: $844,254, “CS10K: Collaborative Research: Priming the PUMP — Preparing the Upper Midwest for Principles of Computer Science,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Marta Magiera, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science; and Dr. Heidi Schweizer, Center for Teaching and Learning, Office of the Provost. Published: “XinuPi: Porting a Lightweight Educational Operating System to the Raspberry Pi,” WESE 2013: Workshop on Embedded and Cyber-Physical Systems Education, (October 2013), with undergraduate student Farzeen Harunani, and undergraduate student Tyler Much.

Dr. Serdar Bozdag Assistant Professor

Published: “Genomic Analysis of Stress Response Against Arsenic in Caenorhabditis elegans,” PLoS ONE, ( July 2013), with J. Lewis, I. Patel, J. Lee, R. Sprando and H. Cinar.

Dr. Anne Clough Professor

Grant: $10,063, “Innovative Biomarkers to Predict Radiation Lung Injury,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: see entry for Dr. Said Audi, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Grant: see entry for Dr. Taly GilatSchmidt, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Presented: see entry for Dr. Said Audi, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering.

Dr. John Engbers Assistant Professor

Awarded: Project NExT fellow, MAA/AMS, August 2013.

Dr. Rong Ge

Assistant Professor

Grant: $300,000, “Collaborative Research: II-NEW: Marcher — A Heterogeneous High Performance Computing Infrastructure for Research and Education in Green Computing,” National Science Foundation. Published: “Effects of Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling on a K20 GPU,” International Conference on Parallel Processing, (October 2013), with undergraduate student Ryan Vogt, graduate student Jahangir Majumder, graduate student Arif Alam, Martin Burtscher and Ziliang Zong. Published: “Improving Performance and Energy Efficiency of Matrix Multiplication via Pipeline Broadcast,” IEEE Cluster, (September 2013), with graduate student Longxiang Chen, Zizhong Chen, Ziliang Zong and Dong Li. Published: “Energy-Efficient Scheduling for Multicore Systems with Bounded Resources,” 2013 IEEE International Conference on Green Computing and Communications, (August 2013), with Jonathan Bush, Xin Li and Zizhong Chen. Published: “Power and Energy Characteristics of MapReduce Data Movement,” International Green Computing Conference 2013, ( June 2013), with Ziliang Zong and Zizhong Chen. Presented: “Effects of Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling on a K20 GPU,” 42nd International Conference on Parallel Processing, Lyon, France, Oct. 1, 2013. Organized: Workshop, International Workshop on Poweraware Algorithms, Systems and Architectures, October 2013 to October 2014. Served: Committee Member, International Workshop on DataIntensive Scalable Computing Systems, August to November 2013.

Dr. Gholamhossein Hamedani Professor

Published: “Characterizations of Certain Continuous Distributions,” Multiscale Signal Analysis and Modeling, (2013), pp 297-316, Springer. Published: “Characterizations of Certain Recently Introduced Distributions,” JSTA, Vol. 12 (2013), pp 11-20. Published: “Characterizations of Continuous Distributions Based on Conditional Expectation of Generalized Order Statistics,” Communications in Statistics — Theory and Methods, Vol. 42 (2013), pp 3,608-3,613, with M. Ahsanullah. Published: “Characterizations of Distributions of Ratio of Certain Independent Random Variables,” JAMSI, Vol. 9 (2013), pp 15-25. Published: “Characterizations of Distributions of Ratio of Rayleigh Random Variables,” PJS, Vol. 29 (2013), pp 369-376. Published: “Concept of SubIndependence,” Contemporary Topics in Mathematics and Statistics with Applications, (2013), Chapter 13, pp 185-198, Asian Books.

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Compendium — Winter 2014

Published: “On Generalized Gamma Convolution Distributions,” JAMSI, Vol. 9 (2013), pp 5-14. Published: “Some Remarks on Arslan’s 2011 paper,” Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, Vol. 237 (2013), pp 1-4, with H. Volkmer. Published: “Sub-Independence: An Expository Perspective,” Communications in Statistics — Theory and Methods, Vol. 41 (2013), pp 3,615-3,638. Published: “The Pitman Inequality for Exchangeable Random Vectors,” SPL, Vol. 83 (2013), pp 1,825-1,829, with Dr. Naveen Bansal, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, J. Behboodian and H. Volkmer. Published: “The ZografosBalakrishnan Log-logistic Distribution: Properties and Applications,” JSTA, Vol. 12 (2013), pp 225-244, with M.W.A Ramos, G.M. Cordeior, P.R.D. Marinho and C.R.B. Dias.

Published: “An Investigation of Teachers’ Intentions and Reflections About Using Standards-based and Traditional Textbooks in the Classroom,” Proceedings of the 37th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, (2013), pp 699-711, with Tony Freedman, Stephen Hwang, Ning Wang and Jinfa Cai.

Dr. Peter Jones

Dr. Elaine Spiller

Published: “The Semigroups B_2 and B_0 are Inherently Nonfinitely Based, as Restriction Semigroups,” International Journal of Algebra and Computation, Vol. 23, No. 6 (September 2013), pp 1,289-1,335.

Grant: $27,650, “Dynamical Systems Theory and Lagrangian Data Assimilation in 4D Geophysical Fluid Dynamics,” Office of Naval Research.

Dr. Mehdi Maadooliat

Published: see entry for Dr. Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.

Professor

Assistant Professor

Published: “Progressive Reliability Method and Its Application to Offshore Mooring Systems,” Engineering Structures, Vol. 56 (November 2013), pp 2,131-2,138, with Paolo Gardoni. Published: “Assessing Protein Conformational Sampling Methods Based on Bivariate Lag-distributions of Backbone Angles,” Briefings in Bioinformatics, Vol. 14, No. 6 (November 2013), pp 724-736, with Xin Gao and Jianhua Huang. Presented: “Joint Estimation of Multiple Bivariate Densities of Protein Backbone Angles Using an Adaptive Exponential Spline Family”; Presented: “Screening Strategies for High-Dimensional Multiple Predictor, Multiple Response Data with an Application in Genomics,” Joint Statistical Meetings, ASA, Montreal, Aug. 6, 2013.

Dr. Praveen Madiraju Associate Professor

Organized: Workshop, Data Intensive Summer School, July 2013.

Dr. Marta Magiera Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Dennis Brylow, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.

Dr. John Moyer Professor

Published: “Longitudinal Investigation of the Effect of Middle School Curriculum on Learning in High School,” ZDM — International Journal on Mathematics Education Vol. 45, No. 5 (2013), with Ning Wang.

Dr. Sherry Scott

Research Associate

Grant: $16,673, “Dynamical Systems Theory and Lagrangian Data Assimilation in 4D Geophysical Fluid Dynamics,” Office of Naval Research.

Dr. Michael Slattery Associate Professor

Presented: “Character Degrees of Some Maximal Class p-groups,” Computational Algebra Seminar, Maths Department, University of Sydney, July 4, 2013, Sydney, Australia.

Assistant Professor

Drew Williams

Research Assistant

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY Dr. Curtis Carter Professor

Reviewed: Noel Carroll’s Living in an Art World: Reviews and Essays on Dance, Performance, Theater and the Fine Arts in the 1970s and 1980s, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 71 (2013), pp 291‑294. Published: “Afghan War Rugs,” Shepherd Express, (Nov. 7, 2013), p 1. Published: “The Practical Applications of Environmental Aesthetic Theories: Gardens, Cities, and Nature,” Journal of Zhengzhou University, Vol. 46, No. 4 (October 2013), pp 242-250. Published: “The Extraordinary World of Ray Yoshida,” Shepherd Express, (Oct. 13, 2013). Published: “Qin Feng: A Vision of Art East/West,” Qin Feng, (Third Quarter 2013), pp 81-90. Published: “Then and Now: Globalization and the Avant Garde in Chinese Contemporary Art,” International Yearbook of Aesthetics: Global Discourses in Aesthetics, Vol. 15, No. 1 ( July 2013), pp 129‑143. Published: “Philosophie et Art: de Nouveau Paysages pour L’estetique,” Diogene, Vol. 233-234, No. 13 ( June 2013), pp 119-142. Published: “African-American Perspectives,” Shepherd Express, ( June 13, 2013), p 1. Published: “Then and Now: Globalization and the Avant-garde in Chinese Contemporary Art (Part II),” Social Science Front, Vol. 216, No. 6 ( June 2013), pp 242-250.

Presented: “Art, Photography and the Aesthetics of Everyday Life,” Aug. 22, 2013; Presented: “Issues in Chinese Contemporary Aesthetics,” Aug. 8, 2013; World Congress of Philosophy, Athens, Greece. Presented: “Aesthetics in Action,” July 21, 2013; Presented: “Reflections on the Future of International Aesthetics,” July 20, 2013; International Congress of Aesthetics, International Association for Aesthetics, Krakow, Poland. Presented: “The Forgotten Ones: Chinese Contemporary Art 19792013,” Venice Biennale: Academic Program, Venice, Italy, June 1, 2013. Presented: “Chinese Contemporary Art: A Metaphor,” American Society for Aesthetics Annual Meeting, San Diego, Oct. 31, 2013. Presented: “Globalization and Chinese Art: East-West, WestEast,” Department of Literature and Aesthetics, Hunan University, Changsha, China, Oct. 18, 2013. Presented: “Zhang Fangbai: Stand Point,” Exhibition Opening, Changsha Museum, Changsha, China, Oct. 18, 2013. Presented: “Garden as Symbol regarding Nature/City,” School of Literary Criticism, Xiangtan University, Xiangtan, China, Oct. 17, 2013. Presented: “Chinese Contemporary Art: Global Moments,” Department of Aesthetics, Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts, ChongQing, China, Oct. 15, 2013. Presented: “The Political Body in Chinese Art,” Department of Aesthetics, Southwest University: School of Marxism, ChongQing, China, Oct. 14, 2013. Presented: “Hegel and Danto on the End of Art,” CYPU University Department of Philosophy and Literature, Beijing, China, Oct. 11, 2013. Presented: “Contemporary Chinese Art: Global Moments,” Peking University, Beijing, China, Oct. 10, 2013.

Dr. Owen Goldin Professor

Reviewed: Allan Gotthelf’s Teleology, First Principles, and Scientific Method in Aristotle’s Biology; Reviewed: James G. Lennox and Robert Bolton’s (editors) Being, Nature, and Life in Aristotle Reason Papers, Vol. 35, No. 1 ( July 2013), pp 147-157. Published: “Circular Justification and Explanation in Aristotle,” Phronesis, Vol. 58, No. 3 ( June 2013), pp 195‑214. Presented: “Secular Thought and Torah: The Case of Philo,” Chai Point Senior Living Center, Milwaukee, Aug. 15, 2013. Presented: “Principles and Metaprinciples in Philolaus and the Earlier Pythagoreans,” Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy, Fordham University–Lincoln Center, New York, Oct. 13, 2013.

Dr. Sebastian Luft Associate Professor

Published: “On the Problem of Intersubjectivity in Jaspers and Husserl,” Psychopathology, (2013), with Jann Schlimme.

Dr. Nancy Snow Chair and Professor

Published: “Hope as an Intellectual Virtue,” Virtues in Action: New Essays in Applied Virtue Ethics, (September 2013), Michael Austin (editor), pp 152-170, Palgrave Macmillan. Published: “Sympathy,” International Encyclopedia of Ethics, (August 2013). Published: “Wisdom and Evil,” Wisdom Research Blog, (August 2013). Presented: “Food Virtue: Can We Make Virtuous Food Choices?,” International Meeting of the North American Society for Social Philosophy, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Conn., July 12, 2013. Presented: “Situationism and Character: Challenges and Responses,” Meeting of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Brown University, Providence, R.I., June 14, 2013.

Dr. Richard Taylor Professor

Presented: “The Abrahamic Traditions and Philosophy in the Middle Ages,” Philosophy in the Abrahamic Traditions, University of Denver, Denver, July 11, 2013. Presented: “Lectures on Averroes on Method, Philosophy and Religion, and Intellect,” A Workshop on Averroes and His Philosophy, The Aquinas and ‘the Arabs’ Project, Milwaukee, June 28, 2013. Presented: “The Metaphysics of Creation in Avicenna, Averroes and Aquinas,” International Conference: Aquinas and Arabic Metaphysics, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany, June 8, 2013. Presented: “Averroes on Creation,” Invited Lecture, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., Nov. 15, 2013. Presented: “Islamic Philosophy and European Christian Theology: The Case of Thomas Aquinas,” Wheaton College, Wheaton, Ill., Nov. 13, 2013. Presented: “Multiple Averroes, Une Fois Encore: Interpretations of Averroes and Averroism,” Studying Arabic Philosophy, Meaning, Limits and Challenges of a Modern Discipline, Université de Paris Sorbonne and von Humboldt Foundation, Paris, Sept. 6, 2013.

Dr. Franco Trivigno

Assistant Chair and Associate Professor

Reviewed: Håkan Tell’s Plato’s Counterfeit Sophists, Journal of Hellenic Studies, (2013). Published: “The Virtue Ethical Case for Pacifism,” Virtues in Action: New Essays in Applied Virtue Ethics, Michael Austin (editor), (2013), Palgrave Macmillan. Published: “Childish Nonsense? The Value of Interpretation in Plato’s Protagoras,” Journal of the History of Philosophy, (2013), p 65.


Winter 2014 — Compendium

Dr. Franco Trivigno

Dr. Pol Vandevelde Professor

Published: “Le Fondement Ontologique du Récit Selon Ricoeur: Mimesis, Dette et Attestation,” Studia Phaenomenologica, Vol. XIII (September 2013), pp 244‑259. Presented: “La Pensée de L’événement: Heidegger et le Romantisme Allemand,” Université de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, Nov. 21, 2013. Awarded: “Prix Mercier 2013” for his book Heidegger and the Romantics: The Literary Invention of Meaning, Institut Supérieur de Philosophie of the Université de Louvain, November 2013.

Dr. Margaret Walker

Professor and Donald J. Schuenke Chair

Published: “Feminist Skepticism, Authority and Transparency,” Ethical Theory: An Anthology, Second Edition Blackwell, ( June 2013), pp 745-749. Published: “Nunca Más: Truth Commissions, Prevention and Human Rights Culture,” Jus Post Bellum and Transitional Justice, (October 2013), pp 262‑284, Cambridge University Press. Published: “Third Parties and the Social Scaffolding of Forgiveness,” Journal of Religious Ethics, Vol. 41, No. 3 (September 2013), pp 495-512. Presented: “Troubles with Truth Commissions in and beyond Political Transitions,” The Aftermath of Genocide: Victims and Perpetrators, Representations and Interpretations, International Association of Genocide Scholars, Siena, Italy, June 20, 2013. Presented: “Just Stories: Histories and Memories that Sustain Us,” Sustaining What Sustains Us, Pacific Society for Women in Philosophy, Tempe, Arizona, Nov. 9, 2013. Presented: “The Possibility of Reparations: Practice in Search of Theory,” Philosophy Department Colloquium, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, Nov. 8, 2013. Presented: “The Task of Reparations: Accountability and Reciprocity Here and Now,” Philosophy Department Colloquium, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Sept. 20, 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS Dr. Benjamin Brown Professor

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

Dr. Andrew Kunz Associate Professor

Grant: $84,000, “Micromagnetic Study of Transverse Field for Controllable Domain Wall Motion in Ferromagnetic Nanowire Arrays,” National Science Foundation. Presented: “Controlling Individual Domain Walls in Nanowire Arrays,” Gordon Research Conference on Spin Dynamics in Magnetic Nanostructures, August 2013, Hong Kong, with undergraduate student Jesse Vogeler-Wunsch, undergraduate student Demetrious Kutzke and undergraduate student Hoan Le. Presented: “Asymmetric Domain Wall Depinning from Symmetric Notches in Nanowires,” Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, IEEE/APS, Denver, November 2013, with undergraduate student Demetrious Kutzke, undergraduate student Henry Le and undergraduate student Jesse Vogeler-Wunsch.

Dr. Christopher Stockdale Associate Professor

Grant: $9,000, “2013 Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium Conference,” NASA.

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE Dr. Julia Azari

Assistant Professor

Published: Presidential Leadership Dilemma, (April 2013), SUNY Press, with Lara Brown and Zim Nwokora. Published: “Institutional Change and the Presidential Mandate,” Social Science History, (November 2013). Published: “Barack Obama and the Rhetoric of Electoral Logic,” Social Science Quarterly, (September 2013), with Justin Vaughn.

Dr. Susan Giaimo

Visiting Assistant Professor

Published: “Behind the Scenes of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: The Making of a Health Care Co-op,” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Vol. 38, No. 3 ( June 2013), pp 599-610.

Dr. Dong Wook Kim

Dr. Stephen Guastello

Published: “International Nongovernmental Organizations and the Global Diffusion of National Human Rights Institutions,” International Organization, Vol. 67, No. 3 ( July 2013), pp 505-539. Presented: “Explaining Crossnational Variations in Transnational Human Rights Advocacy Networks, 1949-2009,” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, Aug. 29, 2013.

Published: “Aperiodic Deterministic Structure of OCD and the Familial Effect on Rituals,” Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology and Life Sciences, Vol. 17, No. 4 (October 2013), pp 465-491. Published: “Stereotypes of the American Male and Female 35 Years Later,” Journal of Scholastic Inquiry: Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 1 (September 2013), pp 1-18. Published: “The Minimum Entropy Principle and Task Performance,” Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology and Life Sciences, Vol. 17, No. 3 ( July 2013), pp 405-424, with graduate student Kelsey Weinberger, undergraduate student Hillary Gorin, undergraduate student Samuel Huschen, undergraduate student Natalie Peters, undergraduate student Megan Fabisch, and undergraduate student Kirsten Poston.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Paul Nolette Assistant Professor

Presented: “The Rise of Conservative State Litigation: Challenging ‘Obamacare’ in the Courts,” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, Aug. 31, 2013.

Dr. Duane Swank Professor

Published: “Tax Policy in an Era of Internationalization: Explaining the Spread of Neoliberalism,” Comparative Public Policy, (September 2013), Sage Publications. Published: “Party Government, Institutions, and Social Protection in the Age of Austerity,” Staatstätigkeiten, Parteien und Demokratie (State Activities, Parties and Democracy), Klaus Armingeon (editor), ( July 2013), Springer. Published: “Gonna Party Like it’s 1899: Party Systems and the Origins of Varieties of Coordination,” Business and Government: Critical Perspectives, Rutledge, ( June 2013). Presented: “Author Meets Critics: Cathie Martin and Duane Swank’s The Political Construction of Business Interests,” Annual Meeting of Society for Advancement of Socio-Economics, Milan, Italy, July 28, 2013. Awarded: J. David Greenstone Best Book Award, American Political Science Association, September 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY Dr. Alyson Gerdes Associate Professor

Published: “A Review of Peer Relationships and Friendships in Youth with ADHD,” Journal of Attention Disorders, (2013). Published: “Latino Parental Help Seeking for Childhood ADHD,” Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, (2013), with graduate student K. Lawton, graduate student L. Haack and graduate student B. Schneider.

Professor

Dr. Kristy Nielson Professor

Grant: $44,328, “fMRI as an Imaging Biomarker for Preclinical Alzheimer’s Disease,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: see entry for Dr. Anthony Porcelli, Department of Psychology. Published: “Semantic Memory fMRI and Cognitive Functioning After Exercise Intervention in Mild Cognitive Impairment,” Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, Vol. 37 (August 2013), pp 197-215, with graduate student A. Butts, graduate student N. Hantke, undergraduate student R. Hanson, J. Lyons and M. Verber. Published: “Recognition of Famous Names Predicts Episodic Memory Decline in Cognitively Intact Elders,” Neuropsychology, Vol. 27, No. 3 ( June 2013), pp 333-342, with graduate student J. Novitsky, graduate student M. Lancaster, graduate student M. Matthews, graduate student N. Hantke, graduate student A. Butts, L. Guidotti-Breting, J. Woodard, J. Smith and S. Rao. Presented: “Evidence of Massive Neural Plasticity Induced by Exercise in MCI Patients,” Annual Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, Boston, July 2013, with graduate student N. Hantke, graduate student A. Butts, P. Antuono, J-A. Lyons, M. Verber and R. Hanson.

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Presented: “Alzheimer’s Disease Risk Factors Modulate Longitudinal Changes in Semantic Memory fMRI Activation,” Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Seattle, June 2013, with graduate student A. Butts, graduate student N. Hantke, J. Woodard, M. Seidenberg, J. Smith, M. Lancaster, M. Matthews, M. Sugarman, C. Kay and C. Kandah. Presented: “Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors and Apolipoprotein-E Epsilon-4 Status on Cognitive Functioning of Healthy Elders,” with I. Forde, D. Walker, M. Seidenberg, J. Woodard, J. Smith, S. Durgerian and S. Rao; Presented: “Fiveyear Longitudinal Performance on the Mattis Dementia Rating Scale (mDRS-2) in Cognitively Intact Elderly,” with K. Srnka, M. Seidenberg, M. Matthews, J. Woodard, J. Smith, S. Durgerian and S. Rao; American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, Chicago, June 2013. Presented: “Arousal-induced Modulation of Memory Consolidation in the DRM Paradigm: Reduced False Memory via Greater Sensitivity and Conservative Response Bias”; Presented: “The Role of Arousal on Memory and Confidence Levels,” SARMAC X, Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Rotterdam, Netherlands, June 2013, with Ilse Van Damme. Presented: “Sex Differences in Motor Fatigue for Old Adults in Response to Increased Cognitive Demand,” Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, November 2013, with Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Exercise Science, College of Health Sciences; Bonnie Schlinder-Delap, Department of Exercise Science, College of Health Sciences; T. Yoon and V. Spears. Appointed: Editorial Review Board Member, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, September 2013.

Dr. Anthony Porcelli Assistant Professor

Grant: $30,100, “Acute Stress and Age-Related Differences in Reward Processing and Executive Function,” Scientific Research Network on Decision Neuroscience and Aging, with Dr. April Harkins, Department of Clinical Laboratory Science, College of Health Sciences; and Dr. Kristy Nielson, Department of Psychology.

Dr. Anees Sheikh Professor Emeritus

Published: “Reasons for Living: A Brief Report,” Imagination, Cognition, and Personality, Vol. 33, No. 3 (2013), pp 285‑288. Presented: “Lexical Learning Through Mental Imagery,” American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Chicago, Nov. 14, 2013, with Dr. Subhash Bhatnagar, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, College of Health Sciences; B. Zmodek and H. Buckingham. Presented: “Generalizing Naming Ability Through Mental Imagery,” International Academy of Aphasia, Lucerne, Switzerland, Oct. 20, 2013, with Dr. Subhash Bhatnagar, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, College of Health Sciences; B. Zmodek, De Groot and H. Buckingham.

DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY Dr. Michel Barnes Associate Professor

Presented: “Five Abandoned Christologies,” Annual Boston Colloquy in Historical Theology, Boston College, Dover, Mass., Aug. 1, 2013.

Dr. Joshua Burns Assistant Professor

Published: “Talmud,” Oxford Bibliographies in Biblical Studies, (August 2013), Oxford University Press. Presented: “Jewish Ideologies of Peace and Peacemaking,” Nonviolence in World Religions Symposium, Milwaukee, Oct. 3, 2013.

Dr. Anthony Porcelli

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

Published: “Arab Americans and Gender,” A Biopsychosocial Approach to Arab Americans: Perspectives on Culture, Development and Health. (September 2013), pp 89‑106, Springer Press, with Jen’nan Read. Published: “Global Arab World Migrations and Diasporas,” The Arab Studies Journal, Vol. 21, No. 1 ( July 2013), pp 126-165. Presented: “Global Arab Migrations and Diasporas: What Sociologists Need to Study More,” American Sociological Association, New York, August 2013. Presented: “Arab American Transnationalism,” Middle East Studies Association, New Orleans, Oct. 9, 2013.

Presented: “Narratives of Commitment: Looking for Work with a Criminal Record,” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, New York, August 2013, with Dr. Darren Wheelock, Department of Social and Cultural Sciences.

Dr. James Holstein Professor

Presented: “Is Constructionism Conservative or Radical?,” SSSP Annual Meetings, New York, Aug. 18, 2013. Presented: “Publishing in Social Problems,” Aug. 18, 2013; Presented: “Moving Beyond Ignoring Social Constructionism,” Aug. 16, 2013; SSSP Annual Meetings, New York.

Dr. Sameena Mulla Assistant Professor

Presented: “Black Single Fathers in the United States: A Matter of Choice?,” Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa, Sept. 11, 2013.

Grant: see entry for Dr. Heather Hlavka, Department of Social and Cultural Sciences. Presented: “‘Can You Tell the Difference Between a Truth and a Lie?’ The Child’s Voice on Trial,” Nov. 23, 2013; Presented: “Comments on ‘Frames of Victimhood,’ ” Nov. 21, 2013; Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago.

Dr. Alexandra Crampton

Dr. Jane Peterson

Published: “‘No Peace in the House’: Witchcraft Accusations as an ‘Old Woman’s Problem’ in Ghana,” Anthropology and Aging Quarterly, Vol. 34, No. 2 (September 2013), pp 199‑212. Published: “Population Aging as the Social Body in Representation and Real Life,” Anthropology and Aging Quarterly, Vol. 34, No. 3 (September 2013), pp 100-112.

Published: “Public Archaeology: Collaborative and Community Approaches,” Near Eastern Archaeology, Vol. 76, No. 3 (September 2013), pp 1-192.

Dr. Roberta Coles Chair and Professor

Assistant Professor

Dr. Meghan Gruenewald Associate Professor

Published: “The Role of Officer Attributes, Job Characteristics and Arrest Activity in Explaining Police Use of Force,” Criminal Justice Policy Review, Vol. 24, No. 5 (September 2013), pp 551-572.

Dr. Heather Hlavka Assistant Professor

Grant: $9,724, “REU Supplement: 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.

Chair and Professor

Dr. Olga Semukhina Assistant Professor

Published: Understanding the Modern Russian Police, ( June 2013), CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, with Michael Reynolds.

Dr. Darren Wheelock Associate Professor

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

Rev. Robert Doran, S.J.

Emmett Doerr Chair and Professor

Published: “Functional Specialties for a World Theology,” Lonergan Workshop, Vol. 24 ( July 2013), pp 99‑111. Presented: “Invisible Missions: The Grace That Heals Disjunctions,” Lonergan Workshop, Boston College, Boston, June 17, 2013. Presented: “Convocation Address,” Convocation of the Faculty of Theology, University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto, Nov. 2, 2013. Awarded: Honorary Doctorate, University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto, November 2013.

Rev. Thomas Hughson, S.J. Associate Professor Emeritus

Published: Connecting Jesus to Social Justice: Classical Christology and Public Theology, (2013), Rowman & Littlefield. Published: “Christ Creating: A Postmodern Consideration,” To Discern Creation in a Scattering World, Uitgeverij Peeters Publishers, Vol. CCLXII (October 2013), pp 343‑354. Presented: “An Ecumenical Problem, an Ignatian Focus, and Re-evangelization,” International Congress of Jesuit Ecumenists, Tampa, Fla., July 2013.

Dr. Mark Johnson Associate Professor

Published: “Aristotelianism,” New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2012–13: Ethics and Philosophy, Volume 1, Vol. 1 ( July 2013), pp 97‑109, Gale Cengage Learning.

Dr. Ulrich Lehner Associate Professor

Published: Monastic Prisons and Torture Chambers: Crime and Punishment in Central European Monasteries, 1600-1800, (2013), Cascade Books. Reviewed: Winfried Schröder’s Urspruenge des Atheismus, Theological Studies, Vol. 74 (November 2013), pp 518-519. Reviewed: H. Chick and Rudi Matthee’s A Chronicle of the Carmelites in Persia: The Safavids and the Papal Mission of the 17th and 18th Centuries, (September 2013), p 765; Reviewed: Francois Soyer’s Ambiguous Gender in Early Modern Spain and Portugal: Inquisitors, Doctors and the Transgression of Gender Norms; Theological Studies, Vol. 74 (October 2013), p 525.


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Reviewed: Mark Curran’s Atheism, Religion and Enlightenment in Pre-Revolutionary Europe, Religious Studies Review 39, Vol. 39 (October 2013), p 185. Elected: Member, European Academy of Sciences and Arts, November 2013. Appointed: Editorial Review Board Member, Book Series ‘Enlightenment and Religion,’ University of Delaware Press, August 2013.

Rev. Bryan Massingale

Professor and Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies

Presented: “Gaudium et Spes and the Call to Social Justice,” Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Vatican II, Stanford University Department of Religious Studies, Standford, Calif., June 3, 2013.

Dr. Mickey Mattox

Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies

Published: Johannes Oecolampadius: An Exposition of Genesis, Marquette University Press, (2013), Marquette University Press. Reviewed: Christine Helmer’s, The Global Luther: A Theologian for Modern Times, Ecclesiology, Vol. 9 (Third Quarter 2013), pp 266-270. Reviewed: Matthew Levering’s Predestination: Biblical and Theological Paths, Nova et Vetera, Vol. 11, No. 3 (Third Quarter 2013), pp 944‑8. Published: “Retrieving Luther?,” Pro Ecclesia, Vol. XXII, No. 3 (Third Quarter 2013), pp 337-351. Presented: “Warrior Saints? Luther on Violence in the Patriarchal Narratives of Genesis,” Harkins Lecture, Institute for Luther Studies, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Gettysburg, Pa., Oct. 30, 2013.

Dr. Joseph Ogbonnaya Assistant Professor

Published: “Lonergan and Integral Development,” Irish Theological Quarterly, Vol. 78, No. 4 (November 2013), pp 351-367.

Dr. Louis Oliverio, Jr. Lecturer

Published: “The Theology of Amos Yong and the Dissolution and Pluralism of Late Modernity,” The Theology of Amos Yong and the New Face of Pentecostal Scholarship, Vol. 14 (May 2013), pp 45-61.

Dr. Irfan Omar

Associate Professor and Assistant Chair

Grant: see entry for Patrick Kennelly, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Presented: “Indian Muslim Soldiers’ Religious Response to the Great War,” 42nd Annual Conference on South Asia, University of Wisconsin– Madison, Madison, Wis., Oct. 18, 2013. Presented: “Peacemaking and Nonviolence in the Islamic Tradition,” Nonviolence in World Religions Symposium, Milwaukee, Oct. 3, 2013.

Dr. Andrei Orlov Professor

Published: Heavenly Priesthood in the Apocalypse of Abraham, (2013), Cambridge University Press. Published: “What is Below?: Mysteries of Leviathan in Jewish Pseudepigrapha and Mishnah Hagigah 2:1,” Hekhalot Literature in Context: Between Byzantium and Babylonia, (Summer 2013), Ra’anan Boustan, Martha Himmelfarb and Peter Schäfer (editors), pp 313-322, Mohr-Siebeck. Presented: “Veneration Motif in the Temptation Narrative of the Gospel of Matthew: Lessons from the Enochic Tradition,” The Seventh Enoch Seminar: Enochic Influences on the Synoptic Gospels, Camaldoli, Italy, July 21, 2013. Presented: “Ritualization of the Messianic Time in the Apocalypse of Abraham,” Rockwell Symposium, Rice University, Houston, Nov. 4, 2013.

Dr. Marcus Plested Associate Professor

Published: “Pnevmatologia i Novoe Tvorenie b Sochunenuiakh Makaria,” Dukh v Tborenii i Novom Tborenii, Izdatel’ctvo PSTGU, (October 2013), pp 169-79. Published: “‘Light from the West’ Byzantine Readings of Aquinas,” Orthodox Constructions of the West, (September 2013), pp 58-70, Fordham University Press.

Rev. Philip Rossi, S.J. Professor

Published: “Contingency and the Giftedness of Creation: Enacting Grace in a Fractured World,” To Discern Creation in a Scattering World, (October 2013), pp 31-42, Peeters Publishers. Published: “Cosmopolitanism: Kant’s Social Anthropology of Hope,” Kant und die Philosophie in weltbürgerlicher Absicht. Akten des XI. Kant-Kongresses 2010, Vol. 4 (October 2013), pp 827‑837. Published: “Models of God and Just War Theory,” Models of God and Alternative Ultimate Realities, ( July 2013), pp 991-1000, Springer. Published: “Human Contingency, Divine Freedom and the Normative Shape of Saving History,” The Shaping of Tradition: Context and Normativity: Annua Nuntia Lovaniensia, ( June 2013), pp 117130, 70, Peeters Publishers. Published: “Kantian Ethics,” The New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2012-2113: Ethics and Philosophy Supplement, Vol. 2 ( June 2013), pp 837-838. Presented: “The Church of Seekers,” Four Disjunctions: Church Renewal in a Secular Age, Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, Vienna, Austria, June 8, 2013, with Tomá Halík and Zsuzsanna Bögre. Presented: “Liturgy as Sacramental Mystery: Incarnating Grace in the Worldly Spaces of Contingency,” Leuven Encounters in Systematic Theology XI: Mediating Mysteries, Understanding Liturgy, Faculty of Theology, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium, Oct. 25, 2013.

Presented: “Building Bridges and Crossing Boundaries: Philosophy, Theology and the Interruptions of Transcendence,” Sept. 10, 2013; Presented: “Immanence, Transcendence and the Shaping of Agency in a Secular Age,” Sept. 2, 2013; Presented: “Contending Theologically with the Philosophical Legacy of Kant,” Aug. 30, 2013; Presented: “Teaching Theologians the Craft(s) of Philosophy,” August 29, 2013; Philosophical Perspectives on Theological Realism, Institut für Religionsphilosophische Forschung, Goethe-University Frankfurt and Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule St. Georgen, Frankfurt and Mainz, Germany.

Dr. Jeanne-Nicole Saint-Laurent Assistant Professor

Grant: $37,281, “Figures in a Landscape: Topography and Hagiography in the World of Syriac Christianity,” International Balzan Foundation.

Dr. Jame Schaefer Associate Professor

Published: Environmental Justice and Climate Change: Assessing Pope Benedict XVI’s Ecological Vision for the Catholic Church in the United States, (2013), Lexington Books, with Tobias Winright. Published: “Celebrating and Advancing Magisterial Teaching on the Climate Crisis,” Environmental Justice and Climate Change: Assessing Pope Benedict XVI’s Ecological Vision for the Catholic Church in the United States, Lexington Books, (November 2013), pp xix-xxxiii. Published: “Animals (Inaugural Article),” New Catholic Encyclopedia Supplement 2012–13, Vol. 1, ( June 2013), pp 74-76. Reviewed: Katharine K. Wilkinson’s Between God and Green: How Evangelicals are Cultivating a Middle Ground on Climate Change, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Vol. 81, No. 2 ( June 2013), pp 542‑544. Presented: “Advancing the Collaboration of Religious and Conservation Biology Communities,” International Congress for Conservation Biology, Baltimore, July 22, 2013. Presented: “Converting From a Carbon Economy: Why Resorting to Nuclear Generated Electricity is Imprudent and Unjust,” Catholic Theological Society of America, Miami, June 7, 2013. Presented: “An Ethical Reflection on President Obama’s Climate Action Plan: A Trajectory toward Functioning Virtuously,” Loyola University Chicago, Nov. 15, 2013. Presented: “Anthropogenic Climate Change, the Principle of Subsidiarity, and the Church,” Commemoration of St. Francis of Assisi Feast Day, Sacred Heart School of Theology, Hales Corners, Wis., Oct. 4, 2013.

Rev. David Schultenover, S.J. Professor

Published: “Afterword,” Aggiornamento? Catholicism from Gregory XVI to Benedict XVI, (2013), pp 215-224, Brill. Published: Editorials for four issues, Theological Studies, Vol. 74, No. 1-4 (2013), pp 1-2, 259-60, 535-36, 783‑84.

Dr. Susan Wood

Chair and Professor

Published: “The Sacramental Foundations of Ecclesial Identity: Barrier or Passageway to Ecumenical Unity?,” Believing in Community, ( June 2013), pp 455‑476, Peeters Publishers. Published: “The Word of God in the Life of the Church,” Report of the International Conversations between the Roman Catholic Church and the Baptist World Alliance 2006–2010, Vol. XXXI, No. 1 ( June 2013), with Paul Fiddes. Presented: “A Vision for the Future: A Vision of the Possible,” Orientale Lumen, Eastern Christian Publications and the St. John Chrysostom Society, Washington, D.C., June 18, 2013. Presented: “Henri de Lubac, S. J. and the Relationship Church-World in Gaudium et Spes,” The Legacy of Vatican II, School of Theology and Ministry at Boston College, Boston, Sept. 26, 2013. Presented: “Henri de Lubac and Gaudium et Spes,” University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, Sept. 12, 2013. Awarded: Vatican II Award for Service in Ecumenism, Archdiocese of Milwaukee, October 2013.

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

Published: “Narcissism and Accounting Majors,” American Journal of Business Education, Vol. 6, No. 3 (Third Quarter 2013), pp 375-384, with Dr. Don Giacomino, Department of Accounting, and Jill Brown.

Dr. Don Giacomino Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Michael Akers, Department of Accounting.

Dr. Qianhua Ling Associate Professor

Grant: $10,000, “Public Charity Board Gender Diversity and the Availability of Financial Reports Online,” ARNOVA. Published: “Competitive Strategy and Voluntary Environmental Disclosure,” Accounting and the Public Interest, Vol. 13 ( July 2013), pp 55-84, with M. Mowen. Presented: “Hirshman-Herfindahl Index and Nonprofit Revenue Concentration: A Question of Measurement and Effect,” ARNOVA Annual Conference, Hartford, Conn., Nov. 21, 2013, with Daniel Neely.

Dr. Ikseon Suh

Assistant Professor

Presented: “The Influence of Preparer Input and Contextual Performance on Workpaper Reviewers’ Judgment,” Accounting Behavior and Organization Conference, AAA, San Diego, Oct. 3, 2013, with graduate student Kenneth Dalton and Sylvia Meljem.

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DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS Dr. Abdur Chowdhury Professor

Published: “The Political Investment Cycle within China: The Next Transition and its Investment Implications,” Investment and Wealth Monitor, (September 2013).

Dr. Andrew Hanson Associate Professor

Published: “The Impact of Interstate Highways on Land Use Conversion,” Annals of Regional Science, Vol. 51, No. 3 (2013), pp 833-870, with Kurt Schnier and Christopher Mothorpe. Presented: “The Impact of Single Mother Labor Force Participation on Youth Crime: Evidence from the Earned Income Tax Credit,” National Tax Association Annual Meetings, Tampa, Fla., Nov. 20, 2013. Presented: “Experimental Tests for Discrimination by Mortgage Loan Originators,” Policy Summit, Cleveland Federal Reserve, Cleveland, Sept. 19, 2013.

Dr. Miao Wang

Associate Professor

Presented: “Foreign Ownership, Industry Spillovers, and Technical Efficiency: Evidence from Chinese Manufacturing Firms,” The International Atlantic Economic Society Meeting, Oct. 12, 2013, Philadelphia, with M.C. Wong.

Presented: “Does Equity-Based Compensation Make CEOs More Acquisitive?,” 2013 FMA Annual Meeting, Financial Management Association International, Chicago, Oct. 17, 2013, with Frederik Schlingemann. Appointed: Committee Member, Midwest Finance Association Annual Meeting, Oct. 11 to Nov. 15, 2013.

Dr. Manoj Kulchania Assistant Professor

Presented: “The Substitution of Financial Flexibility for Operational Flexibility: Cash vs. Inventory,” Bentley University, Boston, Nov. 6, 2013, with Shawn Thomas. Chaired: Financial Management Association, Oct. 17, 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT Dr. Monica Adya Associate Professor

Published: “Rule Based Forecasting — Improving Efficacy of Judgmental Forecasts Using Simplified Expert Rules,” International Research Journal of Applied Finance, Vol. IV, No. 8 (August 2013), pp 1,006‑1,024, with Edward Lusk. Awarded: Outstanding Associate Editor, Decision Science Journal of Innovative Education, November 2013.

Dr. Mark Barratt Associate Professor

Grant: $16,500, “Big Data: What Does It Mean for Supply Chain Management?,” Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.

Dr. Douglas Fisher Assistant Professor

Presented: “Overview of Marquette/ CoBA/Center/Program,” University Advancement CIRCLES, Manitowoc Crane, October 2013, Manitowoc, Wis. Presented: “Manufacturing in Wisconsin,” McGladrey Manufacturing Summit, McGladrey Consulting, Milwaukee, October 2013. Presented: “Monthly Report on Business Overview,” ISM–Milwaukee Monthly meeting, Milwaukee, September 2013.

Dr. Alex Stewart

Professor and Coleman Chair in Entrepreneurship

Grant: $30,980, “Southeastern Wisconsin Center for Economic Development,” Economic Development Agency. Dr. Douglas Fisher

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE Dr. Matteo Arena

DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING Dr. Syed Akhter Professor

Associate Professor

Presented: “Territorial Tax System Reform and Corporate Financial Policies,” Financial Management Association Conference, Chicago, Oct. 17, 2013.

Published: “Competitive Threats, Strategic Response, and Performance of Brazilian B2B firms,” Management Decision, Vol. 51, No. 8 (2013), pp 1,628-1,642, with Paulo Barcellos.

Dr. Marcus Braga-Alves

Dr. Craig Andrews

Presented: “Failures to Deliver, Short Sale Constraints, and Stock Overvaluation,” Brazilian Finance Meeting, Brazilian Finance Association, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 18, 2013, with Thomas Boulton.

Presented: “How Graphic Visual Health Warnings Affect Young Smokers’ Thoughts of Quitting,” with Jeremy Kees, Scot Burton and Richard Netemeyer;

Assistant Professor

Professor and Charles H. Kellstadt Chair

Presented: “Publishing in Marketing and Public Policy;” Presented: “What Matters in the Evaluation and Use of Multi-Color and Monochrome Frontof-Package Nutrition Symbols?,” with Scot Burton and Richard Netemeyer; 2013 Marketing and Public Policy Conference, American Marketing Association, Washington, D.C., June 2013. Awarded: 2013 Thomas C. Kinnear/ Journal of Public Policy & Marketing Award, American Marketing Association, June 2013. Appointed: Member, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, August 2013 to August 2014.

Dr. Eugene Laczniak

Sanders Emeritus Professor

Published: “Corporate Societal Responsibility in Marketing: Normatively Broadening the Concept,” AMS Review, Vol. 3, No. 2 ( June 2013), pp 86-102, with P.E. Murphy and M. Obersader. Published: “Implications of Caritas in Veritate for Marketing and Business Ethics,” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 112 (2013) pp 641-651, with T. A. Klein. Published: “Caritas in Veritate: Updating Catholic Social Teaching for Responsible Marketing Strategy,” Marketing and the Common Good (2014), pp 105-118, Routledge, with T.A. Klein and P.E. Murphy. Presented: “Corporate Conscience: The Case of Marketing Ethics,” European Business Ethics Network, Dublin, November 2013. Presented: see entries for Rev. Nicholas Santos, S.J., Department of Marketing. Awarded: Charles Slater Award for the best journal article in macromarketing for “Hyper Norms: Searching for a Global Code of Conduct,” originally published in Journal of Macromarketing, Vol. 31, No. 3 (September 2011). Elected: President, Macromarketing Society, 2013-2016.

Rev. Nicholas Santos, S.J. Assistant Professor

Published: “Social Entrepreneurship That Truly Benefits the Poor: An Integrative Justice Approach,” Journal of Management for Global Sustainability, Vol. 1, No. 2 (September 2013), pp 31-62. Presented: “Emerging Economies;” Presented: “Marketing Planning for Social Entrepreneurial Organizations in the Context of Subsistence Marketplaces: A Pedagogical Reflection for Marketing Education in Jesuit Business Schools,” with Tina Facca-Miess; Annual Conference of the Colleagues of Jesuit Business Education, St. Louis University, St. Louis, July 15, 2013. Presented: “The Integrative Justice Model for Impoverished Markets and Transformative Justice,” Annual Macromarketing Conference, York University, Toronto, June 5, 2013, with Dr. Eugene Laczniak, Department of Marketing. Presented: “The Integrative Justice Model for Impoverished Markets,” Annual International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference, DePaul University, Chicago, Oct. 19, 2013, with Dr. Eugene Laczniak, Department of Marketing.

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

Professor and Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research

Published: “The U.S. Catholic Bishops, ‘Religious Freedom,’ and the 2012 Presidential Campaign: A Reflection,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs, Vol. 16, No. 2 (Summer 2013), pp 369-384.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES Dr. Scott D’Urso

Chair and Associate Professor

Presented: “Contemporary Issues Regarding Monitoring, Surveillance and Privacy: Individual, Workplace, and Societal Concerns,” Global Leadership Conference, Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities in Asia Pacific, Sogang University, Seoul, South Korea, Aug. 8, 2013. Presented: “Connections Across Time: Examining the Ongoing Relationships of Doctoral Advisors and (Former) Advisees in Organizational Communication,” National Communication Association Annual Conference, Organizational Communication Division, Washington, D.C., Nov. 22, 2013. Presented: “Visualizing the Discipline of Organizational Communication,” Organizational Communication MiniConference, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Oct. 5, 2013, with Dr. Jeremy Fyke, Department of Communication Studies; and graduate student David Torres.

Dr. Sarah Bonewits Feldner Associate Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Kati Tusinski Berg, Department of Strategic Communication. Presented: “Solving ‘The World’s Most Pressing Problems’: Discourses of Identity Construction in Social Entrepreneurship,” National Communication Association Annual Meeting, Nov. 22, 2013, Washington, D.C., with Dr. Jeremy Fyke, Department of Communication Studies.

Dr. Jeremy Fyke Assistant Professor

Published: “Communicating Resilience: A Discursive Leadership Perspective,” M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, Vol. 16, No. 5 (October 2013). Published: “Euphemisms and Ethics: A Language-Centered Analysis of Penn State’s Sexual Abuse Scandal,” Journal of Business Ethics, ( June 2013). Presented: see entry for Dr. Scott D’Urso, Department of Communication Studies. Presented: see entry for Dr. Sarah Bonewits Feldner, Department of Communication Studies. Presented: “Euphemisms and Ethics: A Language-centered Analysis of Penn State’s Sexual Abuse Scandal,” Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando, Fla., Aug. 8, 2013.


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Presented: “Visualizing the Discipline of Organizational Communication,” Organizational Communication MiniConference, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Oct. 5, 2013, with graduate student David Torres.

Dr. Lynn Turner

Chair and Professor

Published: Introducing Communication Theory: Analysis & Application, 5th edition, (2013), McGraw-Hill. Published: “The Feminine Mystique and Me: 50 Years of Intersections,” Women & Language, Vol. 36, No. 1 (2013), pp 67-69. Awarded: Distinguished Book Award for The Family Communication Sourcebook, National Communication Association’s Family Communication Division, November 2013.

DIGITAL MEDIA AND PERFORMING ARTS Ms. Danielle Beverly Assistant Professor

Presented: “Rough Cut Screening to NYU Advanced Documentary Students,” NYU Tisch School for the Arts, New York, Oct. 25, 2013. Presented: “ ‘OLD SOUTH’ Clips to UGA ‘Films of the South’ Students,” University of Georgia, Athens, Ga., Oct. 17, 2013.

Maureen Kilmurry Lecturer

Directed: An Empty Plate in the Cafe du Grand Boeuf, Windfall Theatre, The Village Church, Milwaukee, Aug. 5 to Oct. 12, 2013.

Published: “Statistical Reasoning in Journalism Education,” Science Communication, Vol. 35, No. 4 ( July 2013), pp 528‑538. Presented: “Cueing Attitudes about Global Warming Using Characteristics of New Media Channels,” Conference on Communication and Environment, International Environmental Communication Association, Uppsala, Sweden, June 2013, with graduate student James Spartz, graduate student Leona Su and Dominique Brossard. Presented: “Effects of Social Norms and Ideology on Public Support for National Climate Change Policy,” Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, Nov. 22, 2013, with graduate student James Spartz and Dominique Brossard. Presented: “Global Warming and the Wisconsin Political Climate,” Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, Nov. 22, 2013, with Sharon Dunwoody. Presented: “Facebook Usage and Sports Team Identification: Direct Marketing Implications,” Direct/ Interactive Research Marketing Summit, Direct Marketing Association, Chicago, Oct. 12, 2013, with Dr. James Pokrywczynski, Department of Strategic Communication.

Dr. Karen Slattery

Chair and Associate Professor

Grant: see entry for Alan Borsuk, Law School. Published: “Conflict as a News Value,” Vision Press, ( July 2013), pp 257-272.

Catey Ott Thompson Adjunct Instructor

Presented: “Getting from There (NYC) to Here (MKE),” Dance Conversations at The Flea, The Flea Theater, New York, June 10, 2013, with Hannah Marquardt.

John Schneider Instructor

Published: see entry for Dr. Ruth Ann Belknap, College of Nursing.

DEPARTMENT OF JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES Dr. Bonnie Brennen Professor

Published: Assessing Evidence in a Postmodern World, (2013), Marquette University Press. Published: Contradictions, (2013), Strategic Publications. Presented: “Constructing Gender, Sexuality and Power,” Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C., Aug. 8, 2013.

Dr. Robert Griffin Professor

Published: “The Role of Channel Beliefs in Risk Information Seeking,” Effective Risk Communication, (September 2013), Joseph Arvai and Louie Rivers, (editors), pp 220‑233, Routledge. Published: “Promises and Challenges of Teaching Statistical Reasoning,” Assessing Evidence in a Postmodern World, ( July 2013), Bonnie Brennen (editor), pp 169-196, Marquette University Press, with Sharon Dunwoody.

DEPARTMENT OF STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION Dr. Kati Tusinski Berg Associate Professor

Grant: $9,150, “Communicating the Social Impact of CSR Programs: Analyzing Corporate Discourses of Social Impact,” The Arthur W. Page Center, with Dr. Sarah Bonewits Feldner, Department of Communication Studies.

Dr. Jean Grow

Associate Professor

Reviewed: “Mad Women: The Other Side of Life on Madison Avenue in the ’60s and Beyond,” International Journal of Advertising, (Summer 2013). Presented: “Creative Path to Success,” Keynote for iGirl Conference, Girl Scouts, Milwaukee, June 26, 2013. Presented: “Contemplative Practices: Creating Opportunities for Deeper Reflection,” ACHME Annual Conference, Amherst College, Boston, Nov. 9, 2013, with Alan Madry, Law School. Presented: “Making Advertising: Creative Women, Global Perspectives,” Wisconsin Women’s Studies and LGBTQ Conference, Wisconsin Women’s Studies and LGBTQ Association, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wis., Oct. 19, 2013.

Dr. James Pokrywczynski

Dr. Sarah Knox

Presented: “Brand Following in Social Media Across the World: The Confounding Effects of Product Origin,” American Academy of Advertising Asia/Pacific Conference, Honolulu, June 2, 2013, with graduate student Hang Lu. Presented: see entry for Dr. Robert Griffin, Department of Journalism and Media Studies.

Published: “Aspiring to Become a Therapist: Personal Strengths and Challenges, Influences, Motivations, and Expectations of Future Psychotherapists,” pp 267-293, with A. Lystrup, K. Klein, N. Gebru, J. Birchler, G. Palmer, J. Robinson, M. Um, S. Griffin, E. Lipsky and K. Pinto-Coelho; Published: “Editorial,” pp 225-226; Counselling Psychology Quarterly, Vol. 26, (2013). Served: Committee Member, Pennsylvania State University, October 2013.

Associate Professor

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

Presented: “Counselor Competence, Performance Assessment and Program Evaluation,” National Conference, Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Denver, Colo., Oct. 18, 2013, with Dr. Kevin Tate, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology.

Dr. Lisa Edwards Associate Professor

Published: “Assessing and Treating Latinos: Overview of Mental Health Research,” Handbook of Multicultural Mental Health, Vol. 2 (2013), pp 327‑343, with Shannon Corkery. Published: “Promoting Hope Among Youth: Theory, Research and Practice,” Research, Applications and Interventions for Children and Adolescents, Carmel Proctor and Alex Linley (editors), (2013), pp 43‑55, Springer. Published: Preventing Adolescent Depression and Suicide among Latinas: Resilience Research and Theory, (2013), Springer, with Sheri Bauman and Marissa Ritter.

Dr. Robert Fox Professor

Grant: $32,970, “Graduate Research Assistantship-Behavior Clinic of Penfield Children’s Center,” Exchange Club Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse. Published: “A Long-term Leisure Program for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities in Residential Care Settings: Research to Practice,” Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, Vol. 48, No. 3 (September 2013), pp 393‑399, with graduate student Michael Fung and Amie Burke. Published: “Evaluation of a University-­Community Partnership to Provide Home-based, Mental Health Services for Children from Families Living in Poverty,” Community Mental Health Journal, Vol. 49, No. 5 (September 2013), pp 599-610, with graduate student Ryan Mattek and graduate student Brittany Gresl.

Professor

Dr. Kevin Tate

Assistant Professor

Presented: see entry for Dr. Margaret Bloom, Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology. Presented: “Career Exploration and Liberation: A Career Counseling Group for First Generation, LowIncome College Students,” with Rachael Goodman; Presented: “Socially Just Career Counseling: What’s Critical Consciousness, Privilege and Ethics Got to Do With It?,” with Sharon Anderson and Lee Rush; National Career Development Association Conference, Boston, July 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL POLICY AND LEADERSHIP Dr. Jill Birren

Assistant Professor

Published: “Public Understanding of Lead Contamination in Herculaneum, Missouri,” Public Understanding of Science, (September 2013), p 13, Sage Publications.

Dr. Ellen Eckman

Chair and Associate Professor

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

Dr. Robert Lowe Professor

Published: “The Price of Human Capital: The Illusion of Equal Educational Opportunity,” Public Education Under Siege, ( June 2013), pp 75-83, University of Pennsylvania Press.

Dr. Leigh van den Kieboom Assistant Professor

Published: “Examining the Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching Involved in Pre-service Teachers’ Reflections,” Teaching and Teacher Education, Vol. 35 (October 2013), pp 146-156.

Dr. Doris Walker-Dalhouse Professor

Published: “Pre-service Teachers’ Culturally Relevant Beliefs: The Impact of a Clinical Experience Tutoring Sudanese Students,” Immigration in the 21st Century: Acculturation, Socioeconomic Challenges and Cultural Psychology, (September 2013), pp 171-185, Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

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The Book Shelf

Dr. Julia Azari The Presidential Leadership Dilemma: Between the Constitution and a Political Party — Examines how the president balances the competing demands of leading his political party and leading the nation, and investigates how recent presidents have navigated these increasingly rocky political waters. Focusing on campaign strategy, presidential rhetoric, relations with Congress, and domestic and foreign policy, the text presents a wide-ranging, detailed, and fascinating study of how contemporary presidents face the challenge at the heart of every presidency. See p. 7.

Dr. Bonnie Brennen Assessing Evidence in a Postmodern World — considers how researches might evaluate evidence when truth claims can no longer be made, addressing issues of perception, evidence, reality and postmodernism from a variety of different backgrounds, including history, ethics, cultural studies, law and social science. See p. 11.

of depression and suicide ideation has been documented for Latina girls. The text presents cutting-edge multiracial feminist frameworks for new and existing empirical findings and considers the influence of bullying, families, immigration and culture on Latina adolescent mental health. See p. 11.

Dr. Kevin Gibson An Introduction to Ethics — provides readers with the guiding critical questions needed to be considered in decision making, teaching students about the principles individuals apply to direct behavior. The text enhances readers’ abilities to form arguments and conclusions, developing a systematic and coherent ethical view of their own. See p. 22.

Dr. Armando Gonzalez-Perez Afro-Cuban Theatre of the Diaspora: Critical Essays — contains 11 essays written by highly regarded critics focusing on the work of several Cuban playwrights in exile. Each essay examine the subject of blackness with sensitivity and analysis. See p. 4.

Dr. Bonnie Brennen Contradictions — a novel that begins on November 9, 1938, in Berlin, Germany, on the afternoon before Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass, and then flashes forward to 1980, when Rachel, a young Jewish woman at the beginning of her academic career and the daughter of a Holocaust survivor, has recently been hired as the first female assistant professor of American history at a prominent East Coast university. The novel challenges the power of narrative to remake history, ultimately questioning the role of memory and storytelling in understanding the past. See p. 11.

Dr. Lisa Edwards Preventing Adolescent Depression and Suicide among Latinas: Resilience Research and Theory — offers a concise summary of contemporary research on the trend, since the 1960s, that in comparison to other ethnic and gender groups, a higher rate

Rev. Thomas Hughson, S.J. Connecting Jesus to Social Justice: Classical Christology and Public Theology — challenges public theology to re-forge the link between social charity and social justice in the minds and hearts of Catholics, addressing the collaboration of politics and religion addressing social injustices. See p. 8.

Dr. Ulrich Lehner Monastic Prisons and Torture Chambers: Crime and Punishment in Central European Monasteries, 1600-1800 — provides an overview of how monasteries in Central Europe prosecuted crime and punished their members, introducing a host of new questions about state-church relations, gender questions, the history of violence and the development of modern monasticism. See p. 8.


Winter 2014 — Compendium

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

Dr. Mickey Mattox

Dr. Olga Semulkhina

An Exposition of Genesis — presents Iohannes Oecolampadius’ lectures from the early days of the Protestant Reformation. In this series of lectures, delivered just months before his untimely death, Oecolampadius poured out his very life for the sake of the Reformation in Basel and the formation of the city’s first generation of Reformed pastors. See p. 9.

Understanding the Modern Russian Police — represents the culmination of ten years of research and an ongoing partnership between the Volgograd Academy of Russian Internal Affairs Ministry (VA MVD) and the Volgograd branch of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (VAPA). It provides a timely and comprehensive analysis of the historical development, functions and contemporary challenges faced by the modern Russian police. See p. 8.

Dr. Andrei Orlov Heavenly Priesthood in the Apocalypse of Abraham — examines the Apocalypse of Abraham, a vital source for understanding Jewish apocalypticism and mysticism. Written anonymously soon after the destruction of the Second Jerusalem Temple, the text envisions heaven as the true place of worship and depicts Abraham as an initiate of celestial priesthood. See p. 9.

Dr. John Pustejovsky Wenn sie das Wort Ich gerbraucht: festschrift für Barbara BeckerCantarino — comprises original essays celebrating Barbara Becker-Cantarino, whose prolific publications on German literary culture from 1600 to the 20th century are major milestones in the field of German cultural studies. See p. 4.

Dr. Jame Schaefer Environmental Justice and Climate Change: Assessing Pope Benedict XVI’s Ecological Vision for the Catholic Church in the United States — takes a closer look at the papacy of Pope Benedict XVI, often called the “green pope” because of his ecological commitments in his writings, statements and practical initiatives. Written by lay, ordained and religious Catholic theologians and scholars, the text explores four key areas in connection with Pope Benedict’s teachings: human and natural ecology/human life and dignity; solidarity, justice poverty and the common good; sacramentality of creation; and Catholic faith in action. See p. 9.

Larry Watson Let Him Go — a suspenseful, engaging novel set in the early 1950s in rural North Dakota, where George Blackledge, a retired sheriff, returns home to find his wife Margaret packing to leave — with or without him. Known for crisp images, resonant backdrops, and sharp characterizations drawn without flashy over-accessorizing, Watson traces the desperate lengths families will go to in order to protect their own. See p. 3.

Dr. Michael Wert Meiji Restoration Losers: Memory and Tokugawa Supporters in Modern Japan — explores the violence of the Meiji Restoration and the trauma of those who felt marginalized from the mainstream throughout modern Japan. The author argues that the commingling of local memory activists and nationally known politicians, academics, writers and treasure hunters formed interconnecting memory landscapes that promoted local figures as potential heroes in modern Japan. See p. 5.

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Presented: “Reader Response and Instructional Implications: Pre-service Teachers’ Use of Children’s Books About Immigrants/Refugees with Struggling Readers,” 18th European Conference on Reading, European Reading Association, Jönköping, Sweden, August 2013. Presented: “Effective Reading Strategies Used by Teachers of Children Living in Poverty,” 57th Annual Conference of the Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers, Dallas, November 2013, with J. Perkins and Connie Briggs. Awarded: Albert J. Mazurkiewicz Special Services Award, Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers, November 2013.

Dr. Joan Whipp

Associate Professor, Director of Teacher Education and Director of Graduate Studies

Published: “Developing Socially Just Teachers: The Interaction of Experiences Before, During and After Teacher Preparation in Beginning Urban Teachers,” Journal of Teacher Education, Vol. 64, No. 5 (November 2013), pp 454-467. Presented: “What You Should Learn about Urban Teaching in Your Teacher Preparation Program but Won’t!,” Center for Urban Education, Loyola University–Maryland, Baltimore, Oct. 16, 2013.

INSTITUTE FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF LEARNING

DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Dr. Carolyne Albert

ARRT Post-doctoral Fellow

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

Dr. Said Audi

Associate Professor

Grant: $17,003, “Novel Diagnostics to Detect Lung Injury,” Veterans Administration, with Dr. Anne Clough, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Grant: $2,500, “Tetrahydrobiopterin in Neonatal Hyperoxic Lung Injury,” Medical College of Wisconsin. Presented: “In Vivo Detection of Hyperoxia-Induced Pulmonary Endothelial Cell Death Using 99mTcDuramycin,” Biomedical Engineering Society, Seattle, Sept. 27, 2013, with Dr. Anne Clough, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences; Elizabeth Jacobs, Ming Zhao, David Roerig and Steven Haworth.

Dr. Scott Beardsley Associate Professor

Grant: $23,716, “Assessment of Coupling between Mass Neural Activity and the Hemodynamic Response in Humans,” Medical College of Wisconsin.

Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt Associate Professor

Grant: $154,020, “Advancing EnergyResolved CT Systems for Imaging K-Edge Contrast Agents,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. Anne Clough, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Grant: see entries for Dr. Gerald Harris, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Published: “The Effects of Gantry Tilt on Breast Dose and Image Noise in Cardiac CT,” Medical Physics, Vol. 40 (November 2013), pp 121905:1-8, with graduate student Diksha Gandhi, Grant Stevens and W. Foley. Published: “Biplane Fluoroscopic Analysis of the Hindfoot Using Model-based Tracking Techniques: A Static Phantom Study,” Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics, (September 2013), with Dr. Ben McHenry, postdoctoral fellow, Department of Biomedical Engineering; and Dr. Gerald Harris, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Published: “Few-view Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography Reconstruction Based on a Blurred Piecewise Constant Object Model,” Physics in Medicine and Biology, Vol. 58 ( July 2013), pp 5,629‑5,652, with Jakob Jorgensen and Emil Sidky.

Dr. Howard Fuller

Director and Distinguished Professor

Grant: $289,389, “Support of the Work of Dr. Howard Fuller,” Walton Family Foundation. Grant: $75,000, “2013 Milwaukee Summer Reading Program,” Greater Milwaukee Foundation. Grant: $15,000, “2013 Milwaukee Summer Reading Project,” Richard and Ethel Herzfeld Foundation. Grant: $10,000, “Milwaukee Summer Reading Program,” Faye McBeath Foundation.

College of Engineering Dr. Mark Polczynski Associate Professor

Published: “A Microsoft Excel Application for Automatically Building Historical Geography GIS Maps,” Transactions in GIS, Vol. 17, No. 1 (Feb. 2013), pp 148-157.

Dr. Kristina Ropella

Interim Dean and Professor

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. Published: “Comparison of Randomized Multifocal Mapping and Temporal Phase Mapping of Visual Cortex for Clinical Use,” NeuroImage: Clinical, Vol. 3 (August 2013), pp 143‑154, with B. Ward and Edgar DeYoe.

First-time Grant Awardees Dr. Cristinel Ababei, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, received his first grant through Marquette University for “Lifetime Reliability of Systems-on-Chip: Unified Modeling and Dynamic Reliability Management,” funded by the National Science Foundation. Dr. Casey Allen, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, received his first grant through Marquette University for “High-Fidelity isoOctane Ignition Kinetics — New Rigor for an Unresolved Problem,” funded by the American Chemical Society. Dr. Mark Barratt, associate professor of management, received his first grant through Marquette University for “Big Data: What Does It Mean for Supply Chain Management?,” funded by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. Dr. Gerry Canavan, assistant professor of English, received his first grant through Marquette University for “Enduring Questions: “What is Worth Preserving?,” funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Dr. Anita Manogaran, adjunct assistant professor of biological sciences, received her first grant through Marquette University for “Investigating the ‘Flipped’ Classroom,” funded by Pearson Education. Dr. Brooke Mayer, assistant professor of civil, construction and environmental engineering, received her first grant through Marquette University for “Evaluation of Electrocoagulation-Microfiltration for the Removal of Trace Heavy Metals, Hardness and Viruses,” funded by the Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Water Equipment and Policy. Dr. Anthony Porcelli, assistant professor of psychology, received his first grant through Marquette University for “Acute Stress and Age-Related Differences in Reward Processing and Executive Function,” funded by the Scientific Research Network on Decision Neuroscience and Aging. Dr. Jeanne-Nicole Saint-Laurent, assistant professor of theology, received her first grant through Marquette University for “Figures in a Landscape: Topography and Hagiography in the World of Syriac Christianity,” funded by the International Balzan Foundation. Dr. Qadir Timerghazin, assistant professor of chemistry, received his first award through Marquette University for “CAREER: New Insights into the Reactivity of S-Nitrosothiols,” funded by the National Science Foundation.

Published: “Reducing the Radiation Dose to the Female Breast During CT Coronary Angiography: A Simulation Study Comparing Breast Shielding, Angular Tube Current Modulation, Reduced kV, and Partial Angle Protocols Using an Unknown-location Signal Detectability Metric,” Medical Physics, Vol. 40, No. 8 ( July 2013), pp 081921:1-14, with Andreu Badal, Lucretiu Popescu and Iacovus Kyprianou. Presented: “Photon Counting CT — Potential Advantages Over Dual Energy,” 9th Algorithm Development for Security Applications, Northeastern University ALERT Center, Boston, Oct. 22, 2013. Presented: “New Clinical Horizons and Emerging Mobility Technologies — A Research Driven Process,” American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine, Milwaukee, Oct. 16, 2013, with Dr. Gerald F. Harris, Department of Biomedical Engineering; Susan Riedel, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Dr. Ben McHenry, Department of Biomedical Engineering; Katherine Konop and Jacob Rammer.

Dr. Jay Goldberg

Clinical Professor and Director of Health Care Technologies Management

Published: “Improving Student Learning Through Use of an In‑class Student Project in a Material Processing Course at Marquette University,” Frontiers in Education, (October 2013), with Dr. James Rice, Department of Mechanical Engineering; and Dr. Mark Nagurka, Department of Mechanical Engineering. Published: “Teaching Standards in Biomedical Engineering,” IEEE Practical Ideas from Professors: Standards Education in Your Courses, IEEE, (October 2013). Published: “The Healthcare Technologies Management Program: Preparing Biomedical and Clinical Engineers for Career Advancement,” Journal of Clinical Engineering, Vol. 38, No. 4 (October 2013), pp 168-174. Published: “An Active Learning Approach to Developing Manufacturing Literacy in Biomedical Engineering Students,” Biomedical Engineering Society, (September 2013), with David Rank. Published: “Career Management in Senior Design,” IEEE Pulse, Vol. 4, No. 5 (September 2013), pp 54-56. Published: “How Industry Benefits from Student Design,” Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry Magazine, Vol. 35, No. 9 (September 2013), pp 28-35. Published: “A Hands-on, Active Learning Approach to Increasing Manufacturing Knowledge in Engineering Students,” American Society for Engineering Education, ( June 2013), with David Rank. Published: see entry for Dr. Richard Marklin, Department of Mechanical Engineering. Presented: “BME/Industrial Design Collaboration in BME Design,” BMEidea Workshop, Seattle, Sept. 25, 2013.


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Dr. Gerald Harris

Professor and Director of the Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Engineering Center

Grant: $950,000, “Rehabilitation Engineer Research Center on Technologies for Children with Orthopedic Disabilities,” U.S. Department of Education, with Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences, Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Grant: $949,999, “Rehabilitation Engineer Research Center on Technologies for Children with Orthopedic Disabilities,” U.S. Department of Education, with Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences; Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt, Department of Biomedical Engineering; and Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Grant: $150,000, “Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training in Pediatric to Adult Transition,” U.S. Department of Education. Published: “Biomechanical Model for Evaluation of Pediatric Upper Extremity Joint Dynamics During Wheelchair Mobility,” Journal of Biomechanics, (2013), with B. Slavens, M. Wang, L. Vogel and P. Smith. Published: “Long-term Results of Comprehensive Clubfoot Release Versus the Ponseti Method: Which Is Better?,” Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, (2013), with K. Kuo, A. Graf, J. Krzak, A. Flanagan, S. Hassani, A. Caudill, F. Dietz and J. Morcuende. Published: “3D Visualization of Reference-Point Indentation in Human and Murine Bone,” Proceedings of The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, (October 2013), with Dr. Carolyne Albert, Department of Biomedical Engineering; and A. Proctor. Published: “Brittle Bone Fracture Risk with Transverse Isotropy,” Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics, No. 2013 (September 2013), with N. Grosland and P. Smith. Published: “Evaluation of Cast Creep Occurring During Simulated Clubfoot Correction,” Journal of Engineering in Medicine, Part H, Vol. 227, No. 8 (August 2013), pp 919-927, with H. Altiok, M. Wang, L. McGrady, J. Krzak, A. Graf, S. Tarima and P. Smith. Published: see entry for Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Presented: “Assessment of Fracture Risk in Children and Young Adults with Osteogenesis Imperfecta,” Bioengineering Symposia, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Nov. 8, 2013. Presented: “Technologies for the Assessment and Care of Children with Cerebral Palsy,” American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine 67th Annual Conference, Oct. 17, 2013. Presented: see entry for Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt, Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Presented: “Fracture Risk Assessment of Children with Osteogenesis Imperfecta,” Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 2013.

Dr. John LaDisa

Associate Professor

Presented: “Recent Progress in the Use of Experimental and Computational Tools to Optimize Flow Patterns Around Stents and Reduce Coronary Artery Restenosis,” Department Seminar, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Oct. 15, 2013.

Dr. Ben McHenry Post-doctoral Fellow

Published: see entry for Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Presented: see entry for Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt, Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Dr. Robert Scheidt Professor

Published: “Visuo-proprioceptive interactions during adaptation of the human reach,” Journal of Neurophysiology, (November 2013). Awarded: Best paper, Proceedings of the 17th World Multi-Conference: System, Cybernet and Inform, Orlando, Fla., July 2013. Appointed: Board of Advisers for National Center for Rehabilitation Robotics — Machines Assisting the Recovery from Stroke and Spinal Cord Injury, June 2013. Appointed: Board of Advisers, Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center, MARS3: Machines Assisting Rehabilitation From Stroke, Spinal Cord Injury for Re-integration into Society, July 25 to July 26, 2013.

Dr. Brian Schmit Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy. Grant: see entry for Dr. Gerald Harris, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Grant: see entry for Dr. Kristina Ropella, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Grant: $325,080, “SympatheticSomatomotor Coupling in Humans SCI,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. Naveen Bansal, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences; Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences; and Dr. Alexander Ng, Department of Exercise Science, College of Health Sciences. Grant: see entry for Dr. Gerald Harris, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Published: “EEG During Pedaling: Evidence for Cortical Control of Locomotor Tasks,” Clinical Neurophysiology, Vol. 124, No. 2 (2013), pp 379-390, with Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences and K. Gourab. Published:”Ex Vivo Diffusion Tensor Imaging of Varying Severity Spinal Cord Injury in Rats,” Journal of Neurotrauma, Vol. 30, No. 18 (2013), pp 1,577-1,586, with Shekar Kurpad.

Published: “Hip Proproprioceptors Preferentially Modulate Reflexes of the Leg in Human Spinal Cord Injury,” Journal of Neurophysiology, Vol. 110, No. 2 ( July 2013), pp 297‑306, with Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences. Presented: see entry for Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences.

Dr. Barbara Silver-Thorn Associate Professor

Grant: $280,892, “Noyce Engineering/Science Teacher Education Scholars,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Benjamin Brown, Department of Physics, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences; and Dr. Ellen Eckman, Department of Educational Policy and Leadership, College of Education. Grant: $31,090, “North American Consortium on Rehabilitation Engineering and Healthcare Technology for the Individual,” U.S. Department of Education, with Terence Miller, Office of International Education. Published: “North American Consortium on Rehabilitation Engineering and Technology for the Individual (NARETI),” ASEE, ( June 2013), with Karla Bustamante-Valles. Published: see entries for Dr. Stephen Heinrich, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. Presented: “North American Consortium on Rehabilitation Engineering and Technology for the Individual (NARETI),” American Society of Engineering Education — Biomedical Engineering Division, Atlanta, June 2013, with Karla Bustamante-Valles.

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

Associate Professor and Director of the Transportation Research Center

Presented: “Innovative Transportation Research at Marquette University,” National Convention, American Road and Transportation Builders Association, Milwaukee, Sept. 9, 2013. Presented: see entry for Dr. Christopher Foley, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering.

Dr. Mark Federle

Professor, McShane Chair and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Published: “Starting a Construction Engineering and Management Program,” Proceedings of the 2012 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, ( June 2013). Presented: “Ethics in Civil Engineering,” October Monthly Meeting, Southeast Wisconsin Chapter ASCE, Milwaukee, Oct. 24, 2013. Presented: “Conflict Management in Construction,” October Monthly Management Seminar, AGC-GM, Milwaukee, Oct. 3, 2013. Presented: “Risk Management and Leadership,” Training Seminar, Builders Association of Chicago, Chicago, September 2013.

Awarded: ACEC 2013 National Honor Award, Nueva Providencia Pedestrian Bridge, Faculty Mentor, EWB Chapter for Marquette University, June 2013. Awarded: ACEC of Wisconsin 2013 Best of State Honor Award, EWB Chapter for Marquette University, June 2013.

Dr. Christopher Foley Chair and Professor

Published: “Fatigue Risks in the Connections of Sign Support Structures,” WHRP Report 009209‑07, Wisconsin Highway Research Program, (August 2013), p 194, with Dr. Baolin Wan, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering; and graduate student Joseph Diekfuss. Presented: “Quantifying Modeling Error Uncertainty in the Prediction of Fatigue-Induced Fracture Risk in Mast-Arm Sign Support Structures,” 2013 Conference of the ASCE Engineering Mechanics Institute, ASCE — Wisconsin Chapter, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., August 2013. Presented: “Feasibility Study for a Freeway Corridor Infrastructure Health Monitoring (IHM) Instrumentation Testbed,” American Society for Non-Destructive Testing Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nov. 4, 2013, with Dr. James Crovetti, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering; H. Tabatabai and K. Sobolev.

Dr. Stephen Heinrich

Professor and Director of Graduate Studies

Grant: $14,100, “Professeur Invité, Université de Bordeaux 1: Modélisation Analytique de la Mécanique des Microsystems (Analytical Modeling of the Mechanics of Microsystems),” Université de Bordeaux. Published: “Young’s Modulus and Volume Porosity Relationships: A Comparative Review,” Journal of Materials Science, 2012, Vol. 48 (2013), pp 5,103-5,112, with Dr. Barbara Silver‑Thorn, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Published: “Effect of Hydrodynamic Force on Microcantilever Vibrations: Applications to Liquid-Phase Chemical Sensing,” Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, (November 2013), with Dr. Fabien Josse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; E. Lemaire, B. Caillard, H. Debéda, C. Lucat and O. Brand. Published: “Timoshenko Beam Effects in Lateral-Mode Microcantilever-Based Sensors in Liquids,” Micro and Nano Letters, (Nov. 2013), pp 115-124, Springer, with Dr. Fabien Josse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Dr. Nicholas Nigro, Department of Mechanical Engineering; I. Dufour, L.A. Beardslee and O. Brand. Reviewed: “Young’s Modulus and Volume Porosity Relationships for Additive Manufacturing Applications,” Journal of Materials Science, Vol. 48, No. 15 (April 2013), pp 5,103-5,112, with Dr. Barbara Silver‑Thorn, Department of Biomedical Engineering.

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Dr. Brooke Mayer

Presented: “Resonant Characteristics of Rectangular Hammerhead Microcantilevers Vibrating Laterally in Viscous Liquid Media,” Proceedings of the IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium, Prague, Czech Republic, July 21, 2013, with Dr. Fabien Josse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Dr. Nicholas Nigro, Department of Mechanical Engineering; I. Dufour and O. Brand. Presented: “Timoshenko Beam Model for Lateral Vibration of Liquid-Phase Microcantilever-based Sensors,” Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on MEMS and Nanotechnology, SEM 2013 Annual Conference and Exposition on Experimental and Applied Mechanics, Lombard, Ill., June 3, 2013, with Dr. Fabien Josse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Dr. Nicholas Nigro, Department of Mechanical Engineering; L.A. Beardslee, I. Dufour and O. Brand. Presented: “A Simple Theoretical Model for Prediction of LiquidPhase Quality Factor, Resonant Frequency and Optimal Geometry for an In-Plane Disk Resonator,” with Dr. Fabien Josse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Dr. Nicholas Nigro, Department of Mechanical Engineering; and O. Brand; Presented: “Timoshenko Beam Effects in Lateral-Mode, Microcantilever-Based Sensors in Liquids,” with Dr. Fabien Josse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Dr. Nicholas Nigro, Department of Mechanical Engineering; I. Dufour, graduate student L. Beardslee and O. Brand; International Workshop on Nanomechanical Cantilever Sensors, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif., June 1, 2013. Presented: “Recent Developments in Analytical Modeling of CantileverBased MEMS Devices for Sensing and Energy Harvesting Applications,” Invited Lecture, Nov. 27, 2013; Presented: “Analytical Modeling of Cantilever-Based MEMS Devices for Chemical Detection and Biosensing Applications,” Nov. 25, 2013; Laboratoire de l’Intégration du Matériau au Système, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie, de Biologie et de Physique, Institut Polytechnique de Bordeaux, Université Bordeaux, Pessac, France.

Presented: “Analytical Modeling of Cantilever-Based MEMS Devices for Mass-Sensing Applications,” Invited Lecture, Laboratoire de Mécanique Appliquée Raymond Chaléat, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, France, Nov. 21, 2013. Presented: “Cantilever-Based Resonant Gas Sensors with Integrated Recesses for Localized Sensing Layer Deposition,” Proceedings of the IEEE Sensors 2013 Conference, Baltimore, Nov. 4, 2013, with Dr. Fabien Josse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; P. Getz, J. Su, D. Gottfried and O. Brand. Presented: “Effect of Design Parameters on the Rotational Response of a Novel Disk Resonator for Liquid-Phase Sensing: Analytical Results,” Proceedings of the IEEE Sensors 2013 Conference, Baltimore, Nov. 4, 2013, with Dr. Fabien Josse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Dr. Nicholas Nigro, Department of Mechanical Engineering; I. Dufour and O. Brand. Presented: “Fundamental Theory of Resonant MEMS Devices,” Invited Lecture, Journée du Groupe Organique, Laboratoire de l’Intégration du Matériau au Système, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie, de Biologie et de Physique, Institut Polytechnique de Bordeaux, Université Bordeaux, Pessac, France, Oct. 15, 2013. Awarded: Invited Professorship, Université Bordeaux, October 2013.

Dr. Ting Lin

Assistant Professor

Published: “Conditional-Spectrumbased Ground Motion Selection Part I: Hazard Consistency for Riskbased Assessments,” pp 1,847‑1,865; Published: “Conditional-Spectrumbased Ground Motion Selection Part II: Intensity-based Assessments and Evaluation of Alternative Target Spectra,” pp 1,867-1,884; Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, Vol. 42, No. 12 (October 2013), with Curt Haselton and Jack Baker.

Published: “Introducing Adaptive Incremental Dynamic Analysis: A New Tool for Linking Ground Motion Selection and Structural Response Assessment,” Proceedings, 11th International Conference on Structural Safety & Reliability (ICOSSAR 2013), The International Association for Structural Safety and Reliability at Columbia University, ( June 2013), p 8, with Jack Baker. Presented: “Seismic Response of Tall Buildings — Use of Simulated Ground Motions for Assessment of Structural Performance,” Applied Technology Council Poster Session, Applied Technology Council, Stanford, Calif., Aug. 9, 2013, with Gregory Deierlein. Presented: “PerformanceBased Engineering,” SEAWI Fall Conference 2013, Structural Engineers Association of Wisconsin, Pewaukee, Wis., Nov. 15, 2013. Presented: “Seismic Response of a Tall Building Subjected to Recorded and Simulated Ground Motions,” International Summer School on Earthquake Science, the Earthquake Research Institute of the University of Tokyo (ERI) and the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC), Hakone, Kanagawa, Japan, Sept. 24, 2013, with Gregory Deierlein. Presented: “Tall Building Response to Simulated Pulse-like Ground Motions,” Sept. 9, 2013, with graduate student Nenad Bijelic and Gregory Deierlein; Presented: “Validation of Earthquake Simulations and Their Effects on Tall Buildings Considering Spectral Shape and Duration,” Sept. 8, 2013; SCEC Annual Meeting, Southern California Earthquake Center, Palm Springs, Calif. Awarded: Outstanding Paper (2011) Award for Earthquake Spectra, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, June 2013. Appointed: Committee Member, Southern California Earthquake Center Ground Motion Simulation Validation Technical Activity Group, July 2013.

Dr. Brooke Mayer Assistant Professor

Grant: $50,000, “Evaluation of Electrocoagulation-Microfiltration for the Removal of Trace Heavy Metals, Hardness and Viruses,” Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Water Equipment and Policy. Published: see entry for Dr. Richard Marklin, Department of Mechanical Engineering. Published: “Advancements in Ion Exchange Processes for Municipal Wastewater Nutrient Recovery,” Water Environment Federation, (October 2013), with graduate student Allen Williams. Presented: “Phosphorus Removal,” Joint Southeast and Lake Michigan Districts Meeting, Wisconsin Wastewater Operators’ Association, Sheboygan, Wis., July 28, 2013. Presented: “Introducing Sustainability Using a Flipped Classroom Approach,” 50th Anniversary Conference, Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors, Golden, Colo., July 15, 2013.

Presented: “Anion Exchange Process for Concentration and Recovery of Phosphate in Anaerobically Treated Municipal Wastewater,” Minnesota Section Conference on the Environment, Central States Water Environment Association, St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 12, 2013. Presented: “Optimizing Regeneration Eluate of Mainstream Municipal Wastewater Ion Exchange Columns for Ammonium Recovery,” International Water Week, International Water Association, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Nov. 4, 2013. Presented: “Advancements in Ion Exchange Processes for Municipal Wastewater Nutrient Recovery,” Technical Exhibition and Conference, Water Environment Federation, Chicago, Oct. 8, 2013.

Dr. Patrick McNamara Assistant Professor

Published: “Industrial Symbiosis: Corn Ethanol Fermentation, Hydrothermal Carbonization and Anaerobic Digestion,” Biotechnology and Bioengineering, Vol. 110, No. 10 (October 2013), pp 2,624‑2,632, with Lindsey Jader, Frederick Schendel, Nicholas Hahn, Kenneth Valentas, Paige Novak and Steven Heilmann. Published: “Evening Methane Emission Pulses from a Boreal Wetland Correspond to Convective Mixing in Hollows,” Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences, Vol. 118, No. 3 (Third Quarter 2013), pp 994-1,005, with Corey Markfort. Presented: “The Impact of Household Antimicrobial Chemicals on Wastewater Treatment,” Pretreatment Seminar, Central States Water Environment Association, Oshkosh, Wis., Aug. 14, 2013. Presented: “Dehalococcoides-like Chloroflexi are Enriched in Soil Microcosms Amended with Triclosan,” July 16, 2013, with Mark Krzmarzick; Presented: “Micropollutants and the Long-term Impacts of Today’s Practices: Assessing Sustainability in 2050 by Understanding the Current Fate, Removal and Biological Impacts of Micropollutants;” July 15, 2013; AEESP 50th Anniversary Conference, Golden, Colo. Presented: “Drinking Water Treatment and Distribution,” July 10, 2013; Presented: “The Implications of Triclosan on Methanogenic Community Structure, Function and Multidrug Resistance,” July 9, 2013, with Tim LaPara and Paige Novak; Microbial Ecology and Water Engineering, International Water Association, Ann Arbor, Mich. Presented: “The Impacts of Triclosan on Methanogenic Community Structure, Function and Antimicrobial Resistance,” Environmental Engineering Seminar Series, University of Wisconsin– Madison, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Madison, Wis., Nov. 26, 2013. Presented: see entry for Dr. Daniel Zitomer, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. Elected: Committee Member, Central States Water Environment Association Education Seminar Committee, Oct 1, 2013 to Oct. 1, 2016.


Winter 2014 — Compendium

Dr. Sriramulu Vinnakota Professor Emeritus

Awarded: 2014 SSRC Beedle Award, American Institute of Steel Construction, March 26, 2014.

Dr. Baolin Wan

Associate Professor

Published: “Evaluation of Bridge Maintenance Interventions under Changing Deterioration Rates: A Markovian-based Methodology,” Proceedings of Concrete 2013: “Understanding Concrete,” (October 2013), p 10, with Scott Walbridge. Published: “Fatigue Risks in the Connections of Sign Support Structures,” Wisconsin Highway Research Program, (August 2013), p 194, with graduate student Joseph Diekfuss. Published: “Critical Fracture Energy of FRP/Concrete Interface Subjected to Mixed Mode Loading,” 11th International Symposium on Fiber Reinforced Polymer Reinforcement for Concrete Structures, ( June 2013), p 10. Published: see entry for Dr. Christopher Foley, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. Presented: “FRP Applications in Structural Engineering,” 2013 SEA‑WI Fall Technical Conference, Structural Engineers Association of Wisconsin, Pewaukee, Wis., Nov. 15, 2013. Presented: “Evaluation of Bridge Maintenance Interventions under Changing Deterioration Rates: A Markovian-based Methodology,” Concrete 2013: Understanding Concrete, Concrete Institute of Australia, Gold Coast, Australia, Oct. 17, 2013, with Scott Walbridge. Presented: “A Model to Predict the Degradation of FRP Bonded Concrete Joints in Moist Environment,” Workshop on Aging of Composites, the U.S. Department of TransportationFederal Highway Administration, Ashburn, Va., Sept. 25, 2013. Served: Committee Member, 2013 Asia-Pacific Conference on FRP in Structures, International Scientific Committee, Sept. 1 to Dec. 13, 2013. Served: Committee Member, 7th International Conference on Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites in Civil Engineering, International Scientific Committee, Aug. 1–22, 2014. Appointed: Committee Member, Wisconsin Highway Research Program Structures Technical Oversight Committee, Sept. 1, 2013.

Dr. Daniel Zitomer

Professor and Director of the Water Quality Center

Grant: $50,000, “Biochar Product and Processing of Wastewater Biosolids,” Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Water Equipment and Policy. Grant: $27,000, “Increased Methane from Waste for Combustion and Energy,” Naulin Foundation. Grant: see entry for Dr. Shrinivas Joshi, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Published: “Proposal of Vibrionimonas magnilacihabitans, a Curved Gram Negative Bacterium Isolated from Lake Michigan Water,” International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, No. IJS/2013/056663 (October 2013).

Published: “Methyl Coenzyme M Reductase (mcrA) Gene Abundance Correlates with Activity Measurements of Methanogenic H2/ CO2 Enriched Anaerobic Biomass,” Microbial Biotechnology, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Wiley Online Library, (September 2013), with Dr. James Maki, Department of Biological Sciences, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences; graduate student Anne Schauer-Gimenez, graduate student Ujwal Bhattad, undergraduate student Colleen Kearney and Craig Struble. Presented: “Biochar from Anaerobically Digested Biosolids as an Adsorbent for Ammonium and Phosphate,” with Dr. Patrick McNamara, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering; and graduate student Daniel Carey; Presented: “Predicting Bioaugmentation Outcome Based on SMA Screening and Methanogen Community Structure,” with graduate student Benjamin Bocher and graduate student Kaushik Venkiteshwaran; Presented: “Relating Methanogen Community Structure and Anaerobic Digester Function,” with graduate student Benjamin Bocher; World Congress of Anaerobic Digestion, International Water Association, Spain, June 26, 2013. Presented: “Anaerobic Co-digestion Planning and Research for NEW Water (Green Bay, Wis.),” Water Environment Federation Technical Exposition and Conference, Water Environment Federation, Chicago, Oct. 3, 2013, with graduate student Jonathan Kusowski. Presented: “Biosolid Derived Biochar to Immobilize and Recycle Ammonium from Wastewater for Agronomy,” WEFTEC, Water Environment Federation, Chicago, Oct. 3, 2013, with graduate student Daniel Carey. Elected: Committee Member, International Water Association Anaerobic Digestion Group, Sept. 15, 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING Dr. Cristinel Ababei Assistant Professor

Grant: $173,316, “Lifetime Reliability of Systems-on-chip: Unified Modeling and Dynamic Reliability Management,” National Science Foundation.

Dr. Nabeel Demerdash Professor

Grant: $87,833,” Rapid Finite Element-based Simulation and Optimization of Electric Machines,” General Motors Corporation. Grant: $19,184, “Advanced Design Optimization and Simulation of Modular Brushless PM Electric Machines and Drives,” Regal Beloit Manufacturing Corporation. Published: see entry for Dr. Richard Povinelli, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Dr. Michael Johnson

Dr. Richard Povinelli

Grant: $151,913, “Small Speaker Independent Acoustic-articulator Inversion for Pronunciation Assessment,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Jeffrey Berry, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, College of Health Sciences. Published: “Articulatory Space Calibration in 3D Electromagnetic Articulography,” with Dr. Jeffrey Berry, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, College of Health Sciences; Published: “Vocal Source Features for Bilingual Speaker Identification;” China International Conference on Signal and Information Processing, China SIP, ( July 2013). Published: see entry for Dr. Jeffrey Berry, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, College of Health Sciences. Presented: “Dynamic Aspects of Vowel Production in Mandarinaccented English,” with Dr. Jeffrey Berry, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, College of Health Sciences; graduate student An Ji; Presented: “Learning Novel Articulatory-acoustic Mappings in Dysarthria,” with Christine Bechel and Cassandra North; American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 2013 Annual Convention, November 2013, Chicago. Presented: “Using HMMs to Model Vocal Structure and Sequence for Classification and Identification,” NIMBioS Conference on Analyzing Vocalization Sequences, Knoxville, Tenn., October 2013. Presented: see entry for Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences.

Published: “Rotor Bar Fault Monitoring Method Based on Analysis of Air-gap Torques of Induction Motors,” IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, Vol. 9, No. 4 (November 2013), pp 2,247-2,283, with Dr. Nabeel Demerdash, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Professor

Dr. Shrinivas Joshi Professor Emeritus

Grant: $7,992, “REU Supplement: I/UCRC for Water Equipment and Policy: Miniature, High Efficiency Transducers for Use in Ultrasonic Flow Meters,” National Science Foundation, with Dr. Daniel Zitomer, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering.

Associate Professor

Susan Riedel

Associate Professor Emerita

Presented: see entry for Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt, Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Dr. Susan Schneider

Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies

Grant: see entry for Dr. Edwin Yaz, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Published: see entry for Dr. Edwin Yaz, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Dr. Edwin Yaz

Chair and Professor

Grant: $134,172, “Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need: Smart Sensor Systems in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,” U.S. Department of Education with Dr. Fabien Josse, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; and Dr. Susan Schneider, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Published: “Robust and resilient finite-time bounded control of discrete-time uncertain nonlinear systems,” Automatica, Elsevier, Vol. 49 ( June 2013), pp 2,292-2,296.

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Dr. Casey Allen

Assistant Professor

Grant: $100,000, “High-Fidelity iso-Octane Ignition Kinetics — New Rigor for an Unresolved Problem,” American Chemical Society.

Dr. John Borg

Associate Professor

Dr. Fabien Josse

Grant: $149,744, “Dive Helmet Noise Quieting,” Office of Naval Research.

Grant: $552,335, “Guided SH‑Surface Acoustic Wave Chemical Sensor for Monitoring BTEX and TPH Contaminants in Aqueous Environments,” Chevron Corporation. Grant: $40,073, “Guided SH‑Surface Acoustic Wave Chemical Sensor for Monitoring BTEX and TPH Contaminants in Aqueous Environments,” Chevron Corporation. Grant: see entry for Dr. Edwin Yaz, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Published: see entries for Dr. Stephen Heinrich, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. Presented: see entries for Dr. Stephen Heinrich, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering.

Dr. Anthony Bowman

Professor

Research Assistant Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Margaret Mathison, Department of Mechanical Engineering. Presented: see entry for Dr. Margaret Mathison, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Dr. Vikram Cariapa

Associate Professor and Director of Center for Rapid Prototyping

Published: see entry for Dr. Richard Marklin, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Dr. Joseph Domblesky Associate Professor

Grant: $32,065, “Study of Surface Temperature and Emissivity on Steel Forging,” Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation. Grant: $5,000, “Ferrous Processing Curriculum Development Project,” Association for Iron and Steel Technology Foundation.

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Dr. Richard Marklin

Dr. Mark Nagurka

Published: “Using Remote Access for Sharing Experiences in a Machine Design Laboratory,” World Engineering Education Forum, (September 2013), with Dr. Jay Goldberg, Department of Biomedical Engineering; and graduate student Fernando Rodriguez-Anton. Published: “Aquaponics: A Sustainable Food Production System that Provides Research Projects for Undergraduate Engineering Students,” World Engineering Education Forum, (2013), with Dr. Margaret Mathison, Department of Mechanical Engineering; Dr. Brooke Mayer, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering; Dr. Mark Nagurka, Department of Mechanical Engineering; Dr. Vikram Cariapa, Department of Mechanical Engineering; and Jay Schabelski. Published: “Freehand Sketching for Engineers: A Pilot Study,” American Society for Engineering Education, ( June 2013), with Dr. Jay Goldberg, Department of Biomedical Engineering; and Dr. Mark Nagurka, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Published: “Discovery Learning Experiments in a New Machine Design Laboratory,” American Society of Engineering Education, ( June 2013), with graduate student Fernando Rodriguez-Anton. Published: see entry for Dr. Jay Goldberg, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Published: see entries for Dr. Richard Marklin, Department of Mechanical Engineering. Presented: “Mechanical Engineering Laboratory Innovations,” American Society of Engineering Education Conference, Atlanta, June 24, 2013.

Professor

Dr. Margaret Mathison Assistant Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Richard Marklin, Department of Mechanical Engineering. Published: “Modeling and Testing of an R23/R134a Mixed Refrigerant System for Low Temperature Refrigeration,” ASHRAE Papers CD: 2013 ASHRAE Annual Conference, (2013), pp DE-13-C044, with Dr. Anthony Bowman, Department of Mechanical Engineering. Presented: “Modeling and Testing of an R23/R134a Mixed Refrigerant System for Low Temperature Refrigeration,” Annual Conference, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, June 24, 2013, Denver, with Dr. Anthony Bowman, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Dr. Murray Blackmore

Associate Professor

Dr. Nicholas Nigro

College of Health Sciences Dr. William Cullinan Dean and Professor

Published: “Primary Blast Traumatic Brain Injury in the Rat: Relating Diffusion Tensor Imaging and Behavior,” Frontiers in Neurology, Vol. 4, No. 154 (October 2013), with A. Shah, M. McCrea, F. Pintar and B. Stempter. Presented: “Untangling the Brain’s Stress Circuitry: Hierarchical Control of Stress Responsiveness and Implications for Health and Disease,” International Society for Neurofeedback Research, Dallas, September 2013.

Professor Emeritus

Published: see entry for Dr. Stephen Heinrich, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. Presented: see entries for Dr. Stephen Heinrich, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering.

Dr. James Rice

Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies

Published: see entry for Dr. Jay Goldberg, Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Dr. Joseph Schimmels

Professor and Associate Dean for Research Grant: $199,733, “Development of a Passive Prosthetic Ankle with Mechanical Performance that Matches that of a Natural Ankle,” U.S. Department of Education, with Dr. Philip Voglewede, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Dr. Philip Voglewede Associate Professor

Grant: $39,693, “Updating ‘Payload’ Models for New Style Electric Rope Shovels,” Joy Global. Grant: $26,797, “Weld Breaking Energy Optimization,” Cooper Power Systems, Inc. Grant: see entry for Dr. Joseph Schimmels, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Dr. David Baker

Associate Chair and Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. John Mantsch, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Published: “Corticosterone Acts in the Nucleus Accumbens to Enhance Dopamine Signaling and Potentiate Reinstatement of Cocaine Seeking,” Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 33, No. 29 ( July 2013), p 11,800, with Dr. Robert Wheeler, Department of Biomedical Sciences; Dr. Jayme McReynolds, Department of Biomedical Sciences; Dr. Daniel Wheeler, Department of Biomedical Sciences; Dr. John Mantsch, Department of Biomedical Sciences; Dr. Paul Gasser, Department of Biomedical Sciences; Amanda Ebben, Department of Biomedical Sciences; graduate student Jonathan Hill, graduate student Mykel Robble and graduate student Oliver Vranjkovic. Presented: “Probing Outside of the Synapse to Understand and Treat Psychiatric Disorders,” Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Montana, Missoula, Mont., October 2013.

Dr. Murray Blackmore Assistant Professor

Grant: $329,209, “Functional Testing of KLF7 in Spinal Cord Injury: An Optogenetic Approach,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. Michelle Mynlieff, Department of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Robert Wheeler, Department of Biomedical Sciences. Grant: $100,000, “Combinatorial KLF7-Based Strategies to Promote CNS Axon Regeneration,” Craig H. Neilsen Foundation. Presented: “Gene Therapy for Spinal Cord Injury: Progress and Challenges,” Working 2 Walk, Unite 2 Fight Paralysis, Boston, October 2013. Presented: “Functional Testing of Candidate Therapeutic Genes in the Injured Corticospinal Tract,” ISRT Network Meeting, International Spinal Research Trust, London, September 2013.

Dr. SuJean Choi

Associate Professor

Published: “Intrahypothalamic Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase-activating Polypeptide Regulates Energy Balance Via Site-Specific Actions on Feeding and Metabolism,” American Journal of Physiology Endocrinology and Metabolism, (November 2013), with Brian Maunze, Department of Biomedical Sciences; undergraduate student Adriana Gerhardt, undergraduate student Magnuson Samuel and undergraduate student Kailynn Phillips.

Amanda Ebben

Research Technician

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

Dr. Jennifer Evans Assistant Professor

Published: “Health Consequences of Circadian Disruption in Humans and Animal Models,” Chronobiology: Biological Timing in Health and Disease, Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science series, Vol. 199 (2013), pp 283-323, with Alec Davidson. Published: “SCN Astrocytes Modulate the Circadian Clock in Response to TNF-,” Journal of Immunology, (September 2013), with M. Leone, N. Paladino, O. Castanon-Cervantes, A. Davidson and D. Golombek. Published: “Environmental Circadian Disruption Elevates the LPS-induced IL-6 Response Rhythm in Whole Blood,” Journal of Biological Rhythms, Vol. 28, No. 4 (August 2013), pp 272-277, with O. Castanon-Cervantes and A. Davidson. Presented: “Dynamic Interactions Mediated by Non-redundant Signaling Mechanisms Couple Circadian Clock Neurons;” Presented: “Dynamic Interactions Mediated by Non-redundant Signaling Mechanisms Couple Circadian Clock Neurons;” Chronobiology Gordon Research Seminar, Gordon Research Conferences, Salve Regina University, Newport, R.I., July 2013. Presented: “Network-level Plasticity in SCN Function,” The Midwestern Chronobiology Seminar, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich., September 2013.

Dr. Paul Gasser

Associate Professor

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

Dr. Marieke Gilmartin Assistant Professor

Published: “Prefrontal Cortex Links Non-overlapping Events in Memory,” Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 33, No. 26 ( June 2013), pp 10,910-10,914. Elected: Pavlovian Society, September 2013 to September 2015.

Dr. Laurieann Klockow Clinical Assistant Professor

Published: “The HIV-1 Protein Vpr Targets the Endoribonuclease Dicer for Proteasomal Degradation to Boost Macrophage Infection,” Virology, ( July 2013), with Hamayun Sharifi, Xiaoyun Wen, Meg Flagg, Andrea Furuya, Michael Nekorchuk and Carlos deNoronha.


Winter 2014 — Compendium

Presented: “Introducing Drawing into a Powerpoint Lecture-based Microbiology Course,” Annual Meeting, Association of College and University Biology Educators, Indianapolis, October 2013.

Dr. John Mantsch Chair and Professor

Grant: $276,408, “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.

Brian Maunze

Research Technician

Published: see entry for Dr. SuJean Choi, Department of Biomedical Sciences.

Dr. Jayme McReynolds Post-doctoral Fellow

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

Dr. Robert Peoples Professor

Grant: $233,948, “Alcohol Actions on NMDA Receptor Gating Domains,” National Institutes of Health. Published: “Sites of Alcohol Action at the GluN1/GluN2B NMDA Receptor M3-M4 Domain Intersubunit Interfaces,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, (November 2013), pp 514.24, with graduate student Man Wu and Hong Ren. Published: “A Novel AlcoholSensitive Position in the NMDA Receptor GluN2A Subunit M3 Domain Regulates Agonist Affinity and Ion Channel Gating,” Molecular Pharmacology, Vol. 84 (October 2013), pp 501-510, with graduate student Yulin Zhao and graduate student Man Wu. Published: “A Novel Alcohol-sensitive Position in the M3 Domain of the NMDA Receptor GluN2B Subunit,” pp 243A, with graduate student Man Wu and Hong Ren; Published: “A Novel Alcohol-sensitive Position in the M4 Domain of the NMDA Receptor GluN2C Subunit,” p 243A, with graduate student Yulin Zhao and Hong Ren; Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, Vol. 35 ( June 2013). Presented: “A Novel Alcohol-sensitive Position in the M3 Domain of the NMDA Receptor GluN2B Subunit,” with H. Ren and M. Wu; Presented: “A Novel Alcohol-sensitive Position in the M4 Domain of the NMDA Receptor GluN2C Subunit,” with H. Ren and graduate student Y. Zhao; Presented: “Sites of Alcohol Action at the Intersubunit Interfaces of the NMDA Receptor;” Annual Meeting, Research Society on Alcoholism, Orlando, Fla., June 2013. Presented: “Sites of Alcohol Action at the GluN1/GluN2B NMDA Receptor M3-M4 Domain Intersubunit Interfaces,” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, November 2013, with graduate student Man Wu and Hong Ren.

Dr. Daniel Wheeler Post-doctoral Fellow

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

Dr. Robert Wheeler Assistant Professor

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

Largest research grants: June – November 2013 Dr. Kristina Ropella $1,000,000 from the GHR Foundation for “Circle of Discovery.” $525,000 from the GHR Foundation for “Circle of Discovery.”

Dr. Gerald Harris

DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE Dr. April Harkins

Chair and Associate Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Anthony Porcelli, Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences. Grant: see entry for Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, Department of Physical Therapy. Grant: see entry for Dr. Alexander Ng, Department of Exercise Science. Published: “Facile Synthesis, Characterization and Antimicrobial Activity of Cellulose-ChitosanHydroxyapatite Composite Material, a Potential Material for Bone Tissue Engineering,” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, Part A, Vol. 101, No. 11 (September 2013), pp 3,266‑3,277, with Dr. Chieu Tran, Department of Chemistry, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences; and Tamutsiwa Mututuvari.

Dr. Fang Yao Stephen Hou Assistant Professor

Published: “Cytotoxicity in the Age of Nano: The Role of Fourth Period Transition Metal Oxide Nanoparticle Physicochemical Properties,” Chemico-Biological Interactions, Vol. 206, No. 2 (November 2013), pp 319‑326, with Chi-Heng Wu, Shravan Mallavarapu, Chen-Ming Hsu, Jeffrey Winiarz, Robert Aronstam and Yue-Wern Huang.

Dr. Cecelia Landin

Clinical Assistant Professor

Published: “Evidenced Based Practice: Classroom to Clinical Laboratory,” Clinical Laboratory Science, Vol. 26, No. 4 (November 2013), pp 212-215. Published: Concepts in Clinical Laboratory Medicine Instructor’s Manual, (2013), University Readers of Cognella, Inc. Presented: “Vice Chair Reviews and Presentations,” Review Committee for Accreditation of Programs, National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science, Chicago, July 2013.

DEPARTMENT OF EXERCISE SCIENCE Christopher Geiser

Clinical Assistant Professor and Athletic Training Director

Presented: “Hip External Rotation Strength Impacts Lower Extremity Mechanics During Unanticipated Landing Activities in Collegiate Female Soccer Players,” National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting and Symposium, Las Vegas, June 2013, with Dr. Kristof Kipp, Department of Exercise Science; and undergraduate student Carolyn Meinerz.

$890,159 from the U.S. Department of Education for “Rehabilitation Engineer Research Center on Technologies for Children with Orthopedic Disabilities.” $890,158 from the U.S. Department of Education for “Rehabilitation Engineer Research Center on Technologies for Children with Orthopedic Disabilities.”

Dr. Dennis Brylow $673,955 from the National Science Foundation for “CS10K Collaborative Research: Priming the PUMP — Preparing the Upper Midwest for Principles of Computer Science.”

Dr. Josse Fabien $552,335 from Chevron Corporation for “Guided SH-Surface Acoustic Wave Chemical Sensor for Monitoring BTEX and TPH Contaminants in Aqueous Environments.”

Dr. Qadir Timerghazin $400,000 from the National Science Foundation for “CAREER: New Insights into the Reactivity of S-Nitrosothiols.”

Presented: “Associations Between Clinical Dorsiflexion Flexibility and Landing Mechanics During a Drop Jump,” with Dr. Kristof Kipp, Department of Exercise Science; undergraduate student Carolyn Meinerz and graduate student Philip Malloy; Presented: “Hip External Rotation Strength Impacts Lower Extremity Mechanics During Unanticipated Landing Activities in Collegiate Female Soccer Players,” with Dr. Kristof Kipp, Department of Exercise Science; and undergraduate student Carolyn Meinerz; Presented: “Kinematic Comparison of Successful and Unsuccessful Landings,” with Dr. Kristof Kipp, Department of Exercise Science; undergraduate student Carolyn Meinerz; and graduate student Philip Malloy; American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting and Symposium, Omaha, Neb., September 2013.

Dr. Sandra Hunter Professor

Published: “Fatigue and Recovery from Dynamic Contractions in Men and Women Differ for Arm and Leg Muscles,” Muscle and Nerve, Vol. 48, No. 3 (September 2013), pp 436-439, with Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, Department of Physical Therapy; and Tejin Yoon. Presented: see entry for Dr. Kristy Nielson, Department of Psychology, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. Presented: “The Impact of Sex and Gender on Musculoskeletal Adaptations to Space,” 2013 Decadal Study: The Impact of Sex and Gender on Adaptation to Space, NASA, June 2013, with Lori Ploutz-Snyder, Debra Bemben, Scott Smith, Kim Templeton and Susan Bloomfield. Presented: “Aging and Neuromuscular Function: Can We Do Anything About It?,” St. John’s Retirement Village, Milwaukee, November 2013. Presented: “Skeletal Muscle Fatigability: Central Mechanisms and Aging,” Midwest American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Merryville, Ind., November 2013.

Dr. Kristof Kipp

Assistant Professor

Published: “Correlations Between Internal and External Power Outputs During Weightlifting Exercise,” Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, Vol. 27, No. 4 (2013), pp 1025-1030, with Chad Harris and Michelle Sabick. Published: “Differences in Kinematic Control of Ankle Joint Motions in People with Chronic Ankle Instability,” Clinical Biomechanics, Vol. 28, No. 5 (2013), pp 562-567, with Riann Palmieri-Smith. Presented: see entries for Christopher Geiser, Department of Exercise Science.

Dr. Alexander Ng Associate Professor

Grant: $20,050, “Breast Cancer Intervention Grant — Kohl’s Project ‘Team Phoenix’,” American Cancer Society. Grant: $10,000, “Physical Directed, Goal-oriented Exercise Designed to Improve Quality of Life and Modulate Inflammation after Systemic Breast Cancer,” Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation, with Dr. April Harkins, Department of Clinical Laboratory Science; and Dr. Paula Papanek, Department of Exercise Science. Grant: see entry for Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering.

Dr. Paula Papanek

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

Grant: $299,939, “Youth Empowered to Succeed Three (YES3),” U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, with Dr. Lawrence Pan, Department of Physical Therapy. Grant: $59,538, “Efficacy of m-Health Self-Management Intervention,” National Institutes of Health. Grant: see entry for Dr. Alexander Ng, Department of Exercise Science. Grant: see entry for Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, Department of Physical Therapy.

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Bonnie Schlinder-Delap

Dr. Luther Kloth

Presented: see entry for Dr. Kristy Nielson, Department of Psychology, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

Presented: “Low Frequency (25 KHz) Ultrasound for Wound Bed Preparation,” VII Congreso Intenacional de la Asociacion Mexicana para el Cuidado Integral y Cicatrizacion de Heridas, Monterrey, Mexico, Sept. 27, 2013.

Research Assistant

Dr. Christopher Simenz

Clinical Associate Professor and Practicum Coordinator

Presented: “The Effect of a Peer Health Educator Integrated into a Personal Health and Wellness Course on the Dietary Intake, Physical Fitness and Attitudes Toward Dietary Intake and Physical Activity Among College Students,” 2014 Annual Research Conference, Midwest Nursing Research Society, St. Louis, November 2013, with graduate student Paula Zelm.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement Associate Professor

Grant: $46,006, “Inflammatory Markers, Physical Fitness and Pain in Children,” Medical College of Wisconsin, with Dr. April Harkins, Department of Clinical Laboratory Science; Dr. Paula Papanek, Department of Physical Therapy; and Stacy Stolzman, graduate assistant, Department of Physical Therapy. Published: see entry for Dr. Sandra Hunter, Department of Exercise Science.

Dr. Allison Hyngstrom Assistant Professor

Grant: $25,833, “Mechanisms of Neuromuscular Fatigue Post Stroke,” National Institutes of Health, with Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Grant: $70,305, “CTSI Mentored Clinical/Translational Research (K12),” National Institutes of Health. Grant: see entry for Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Published: see entry for Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Presented: “Motorunit Firing Properties Post Stroke,” Motoneuron Conference 2013, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, June 2013. Presented: “Realizing Motor Potential After Spinal Cord Injury,” San Diego, November 2013. Presented: “Frontal Plane Center of Mass Perturbations During Treadmill Walking Reveal Altered Dynamic Balance Control Strategy Post-stroke,” with Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering; Presented: “Ischemiarelated Changes in Motor Unit Firing Patterns in Response to Sensory Inputs,” with Dr. Michael Johnson, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering; Matthew Holmes, Francesco Negro, Dario Farina, and C.J. Heckman; Annual Meeting, Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, November 2013. Presented: “Impaired Blood Flow and Neuromuscular Fatigue Post Stroke,” Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin, Milwaukee, October 2013.

Professor Emeritus

Dr. Laurie Kontney

Clinical Associate Professor and Co-director of Clinical Education

Presented: “Scorebuilders,” Eastern Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tenn., August 2013. Presented: “APTA Advanced Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program,” Iowa Clinical Education Consortium, Dubuque, Ia., July 2013. Presented: “APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program,” Concordia University–Wisconsin, Mequon, Wis., November 2013. Presented: “Legal and Ethical Reasoning in Clinical Education,” PT Month, Clement Zablocki VA, Milwaukee, October 2013. Presented: “Legal and Ethical Reasoning in Clinical Education,” Fall Conference, WPTA, Wisconsin Dells, Wis., October 2013. Presented: “APTA Advanced Credentialed Clinical Education Program,” University of Wisconsin– La Crosse, La Crosse, Wis., September 2013. Presented: “Basic Clinical Instructor Workshop,” Gateway Technical College, Racine, Wis., September 2013. Chaired: APTA CSM Steering Group, 2013.

Dr. Kathleen Lukaszewicz Clinical Assistant Professor

Published: “Role of the CYP4A/20HETE Pathway in Vascular Dysfunction of the Dahl Salt-sensitive Rat,” Clinical Science, Vol. 124, No. 12 ( June 2013), pp 695-700, with Julian Lombard.

Dr. Lawrence Pan Chair and Professor

Grant: $719,155, “Marquette University Health Careers Opportunity Program,” Bureau of Health Professions, with Yvonne Roland, School of Dentistry; and Michael Santiago. Grant: $168,822, “Marquette Scholarships for Disadvantaged HCOP Students in Physical Therapy,” Health Resources and Services Administration. Grant: $111,764, “Health Careers Opportunity Program: Interprofessional and Behavioral Health Supplement,” Bureau of Health Professions. Grant: see entry for Dr. Paula Papanek, Department of Exercise Science. Published: “Altered Glutamate Receptor Expression Following Carotid Body Denervation in Goats,” FASEB Journal, Vol. 27 (2013), with J. Miller, S. Neumueller, C. Muere, S. Olesiak, M. Hodges and H. Forster. Published: “Atropine Microdialysis Into or Near the Pre-Botzinger Complex Increase Breathing Frequency During Wakefulness Than During NREM Sleep,” Journal of Applied Physiology, Vol. 114 (2013), pp 694-704, with C. Muere, S. Neumueller, J. Miller, S. Olesiak, M. Hodges and H. Forster.

Dr. Jeffrey Berry

Published: “Changes in Neurochemicals Within the Ventrolateral Medullary Respiratory Column in Awake Goats After Carotid Body Denervation,” Journal of Applied Physiology, Vol. 115 (2013), pp 1088‑1098. Published: “Contributions of the Kölliker-Fuse Nucleus to Coordination of Breathing and Swallowing,” Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, Vol. 189 (2013), pp 10-21, with J. Bonis, S. Neumueller, B. Marshall, K. Krause, M. Hodges and H. Forster. Published: “Microdialysis of a NK1R Antagonist into the Ventral Medulla Does Not Affect Breathing Frequency,” FASEB Journal, Vol. 27 (2013), with C. Muere, J. Miller, S. Neumueller, S. Olesiak, G. Mouradian, P. Martino, M. Hodges and H. Forster.

Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens Associate Professor

Grant: see entries for Dr. Gerald Harris, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Published: see entry for Dr. Brian Schmit, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Published: “Has the Foundation for Physical Therapy Advanced the Body of Knowledge?,” Physical Therapy, Vol. 93, No. 6 ( June 2013), pp 718‑720, with Martha Jerme, Raynor Memorial Libraries; and undergraduate student Jan Struhar.

Dr. Tina Stoeckmann

Clinical Associate Professor

Presented: “Advancing Expert Practice: Residency and Fellowship Programs,” Mary Pat Murray Award for Excellence in Clinical Practice Ceremony, Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association SE District, Marquette University, November 2013, with Laurie Elling. Chaired: Professional Advisory Committee, Community Care Inc., August 2013. Awarded: Mary Pat Murray Award for Excellence in Clinical Practice, Southeastern District of the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association, November 2013.

Stacy Stolzman

Graduate Assistant

Grant: see entry for Dr. Marie Hoeger Bement, Department of Physical Therapy.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDIES Jeremiah Barrett

Clinical Assistant Professor

Presented: “An Overview of Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism,” Advanced Practice Provider Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, November 2013. Presented: “Using Blogs to Teach Reflection and Professionalism in Physician Assistant Students,” 2013 Annual Education Forum, Physician Assistant Education Association, Memphis, Tenn., October 2013, with Joshua Knox, Department of Physician Assistant Studies.

Jean Fischer

Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education

Presented: “Clinical Coordinators Certificate Program,” 2013 Education Forum, Physician Assistant Education Association, October 2013, Memphis, Tenn.

Joshua Knox

Clinical Assistant Professor

Presented: see entry for Jeremiah Barrett, Department of Physician Assistant Studies.

Patrick Loftis

Clinical Assistant Professor

Presented: “Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Kidney Injury,” Wisconsin Academy of Physician Assistants Spring 2013 Conference, Elkhart Lake, Wis., October 2013.

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

Grant: see entry for Dr. Michael Johnson, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering. Published: “Sensorimotor Learning through a Virtual Vocal Tract,” pp 1-9, with Dr. Michael Johnson, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering; undergraduate student Cassandra North and undergraduate student Benjamin Meyers; Published: “Vowel Production in Mandarin Accented English and American English: Kinematic and Acoustic Data from the Marquette University Mandarin Accented English Corpus,” pp 1-8, with Dr. Michael Johnson, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Vol. 19, No. 60099 ( June 2013).


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Published: see entries for Dr. Michael Johnson, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering. Presented: “Acoustic Measurement of Articulatory Kinematics Using Vowel Diadochokinesis,” with graduate student Scott Palahniuk; Presented: “Coarticulatory Influences on Sensorimotor Adaptation of Speech,” with graduate student Melissa Strobel and graduate student Scott Palahniuk; Presented: See entries for Dr. Michael Johnson, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering; American SpeechLanguage-Hearing Association 2013 Annual Convention, Chicago, November 2013. Awarded: Meritorious Research Poster Award (2), American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, November 2013. Appointed: Editorial Review Board Member, Conference on Motor Speech, 2013 to 2014.

Dr. Subhash Bhatnagar Associate Professor

Presented: see entries for Dr. Anees Sheikh, Department of Psychology, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

Kathleen Erdman

Clinical Assistant Professor

Presented: “Adult with Motor Speech Disorder; Motivating Practice with iPad/iPod Touch,” American Speech-LanguageHearing Association 2013 Annual Convention, November 2013, Chicago, with graduate student Casey Prescot and graduate student Sarah Trevor.

Published: “Self-assessed Health in Caregivers of Persons with Autism: Associations with Depressive Symptoms, Positive Cognitions, Resourcefulness and Well-being,” Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, doi: 10.1111/ ppc.12046. (Nov. 13, 2013). Published: see entry for Dr. Norah Johnson, College of Nursing. Published: “Psychometrics of Resourcefulness Scale among Caregivers of Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders,” Western Journal of Nursing Research, (October 2013), with Jaclene Zauszniewski. Published: “Measuring Use of Positive Thinking Skills Scale: Psychometric Testing of a New Scale,” Western Journal of Nursing Research, Vol. 35, No. 8 (September 2013), pp 1,074‑1,093, with Jaclene Zauszniewski. Published: “Psychometric Assessment of the Depressive Cognition Scale in Caregivers of Persons with Dementia,” Issues in Mental Health Nursing, Vol. 34, No. 9 (September 2013), pp 678‑684, with Jaclene Zauszniewski. Published: “Resourcefulness, Positive Cognitions, Relocation Controllability and Relocation Adjustment Among Older People: A Cross Sectional Study of Cultural Differences,” International Journal of Older People Nursing, Vol. 8, No. 3 (September 2013), pp 244-252, with Jaclene Zauszniewski. Published: “Effects of Positive Cognitions and Resourcefulness on Caregiver Burden Among Caregivers of Persons with Dementia,” International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, Vol. 22, No. 4 (August 2013), pp 340-346.

Dr. Ruth Ann Belknap Associate Professor

College of Nursing Stacy Barnes

Director, Wisconsin Geriatric Education Center

Grant: $384,432, “Wisconsin Geriatric Education Center,” Bureau of Health Professions, with Dr. Jadwiga Hjertstedt, Department of Dental Clinical Services, School of Dentistry. Grant: $43,335, “Alzheimer’s and Dementia Education in Wisconsin,” Health Resources and Services Administration.

Dr. Abir Bekhet

Assistant Professor

Published: “Attributed Meanings and Strategies to Prevent Challenging Behaviors of Hospitalized Children with Autism: Two Perspectives,” Journal of Pediatric Health Care, doi:pii: S0891-5245(13)00348 10.1016/j.pedhc.2013.10.001 (Nov. 14, 2013), with Dr. Norah Johnson, College of Nursing; Dr. Karen Robinson, College of Nursing; and graduate student D. Rodriguez.

Published: “A Theater Intervention to Prevent Teen Dating Violence for Mexican American Middle School Students,” Journal of Adolescent Health, Vol. 3 (2013), pp 82-93, with Dr. Kristin Haglund, College of Nursing; John Schneider, Department of Digital Media and Performing Arts, Diederich College of Communication; graduate student Holly Felzer and Jessica Pruszynski.

Dr. Lesley Boaz

Clinical Assistant Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Margaret Bull, College of Nursing.

Dr. Kathleen Bobay Associate Professor

Published: “Methodology Issues in Implementation Science,” Medical Care, Vol. 51 (October 2013), pp S32-S40, with Patricia Dykes, Kathleen Stevens and Marita Titler. Presented: “Validation of an Instrument for Nurses’ Assessment of Readiness for Hospital Discharge,” CGEAN, Baltimore, November 2013.

Dr. Marilyn Bratt Associate Professor

Grant: $352,002, “SOAR-RN Rural Nurse Residency Program,” Bureau of Health Professions.

Dr. Susan Breakwell

Clinical Associate Professor

Published: “Embracing a Competency-based Specialty Curriculum for Community-based Nursing Roles,” Wiley Periodical, Inc. (2013), with Susan Swider, Julia Cowell and Virginia Reising.

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Dr. Margaret Bull Professor

Grant: $104,480, “Preparing Family Carers to Recognize Delirium Symptoms in Older Adults Following Elective Arthroplasty of the Knee or Hip,” Retirement Research Foundation, with Dr. Lesley Boaz, College of Nursing.

Dr. Richard Fehring Professor Emeritus

Published: “Randomized Comparison of Two Internetsupported Fertility Awareness Based Methods of Family Planning,” Contraception, Vol. 88, No. 1 ( July 2013), pp 24-30, with graduate student Mary Schneider, graduate student Dana Rodriguez and Jessica Pruszynski. Presented: “Marquette University Institute for Natural Family Planning Evidenced-based E-Learning,” Annual Meeting of the National Association of Catholic Family Life Ministers, St. Louis, July 19, 2013. Presented: “Preventing Unintended Pregnancies (the Natural Way) among Women with Hard Cases,” University Faculty for Life Annual Conference, San Francisco University, San Francisco, June 1, 2013. Presented: “Monitoring the Menstrual Cycle as a Vital Sign for Women’s Health,” Medical College of Wisconsin – Student Group – Sexual Education Event, Wauwatosa, Wis., Nov. 12, 2013. Presented: Diocese of Peoria and Saint Francis Medical Center Health Day, Peoria, Illinois, Oct. 2, 2013. Presented: “Scientific, Spiritual and Marital Dynamics of Natural Family Planning,” 45th Anniversary of Humanae Vitae Conference, Franciscan University, Stuebenville, Ohio, Sept. 27, 2013.

Dr. Jill Guttormson Assistant Professor

Published: “Effects of Patientdirected Music Intervention on Anxiety and Sedative Exposure in Critically Ill Patients Receiving Mechanical Ventilatory Support: A Randomized Clinical Trial,” Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 309, No. 22 ( June 2013), pp 2,335-2,344, with Craig Weinert, Anne Heiderscheit, Mary Tracy, Deborah Skaar and Kay Savik.

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Awarded: Excellence in Teaching Award, ACNM Foundation, June 2013.

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Dr. Norah Johnson

Presented: “Blended Learning Faculty Workshop,” University of West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados, West Indies, June 18, 2013. Presented: “Teacher as Leader,” University of West Indies, Barbados, West Indies, June 17, 2013. Presented: “Identity and the Transition to Academic Leadership: Resilience, Reflections and Resources,” International Leadership Association Annual Conference, International Leadership Association, Montreal, Nov. 2, 2013.

Assistant Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Abir Bekhet, College of Nursing. Published: “Attributed Meanings and Strategies to Prevent Challenging Behaviors of Hospitalized Children with Autism: Two Perspectives,” Journal of Pediatric Health Care, Vol. (November 2013), with Dr. Abir Bekhet, College of Nursing; Dr. Karen Robinson, College of Nursing; and graduate student Dana Rodriguez. Published: “Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder at a Pediatric Hospital: A Systematic Review of the Literature,” Pediatric Nursing, Vol. 39, No. 3 ( July 2013), pp 131-141, with graduate student Dana Rodriguez. Presented: “Effect of an iPad Application for Medical Imaging Procedure Preparation for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder,” with Dr. Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences; graduate student Octavia Kabobel, graduate student Erin Lalley and graduate student Md. Gani; Presented: “Family Functioning for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: What Helps the Most and What Helps the Least,” with Suzanne Feetham; Presented: “Translating Family Research to Practice and Policy: Examples from Practice Environments in Three Countries,” with P. Hinds, R. Szylit Bousso, M. Santos, P. Vendramim, K. Sawin, K. Gralton and N. Hohashi; 11th International Family Nursing Conference, International Family Nurses Association, Minneapolis, June 19, 2013. Presented: “Special Delivery: A Self-management Based Hospital Discharge Intervention via an iPad,” Pediatric Nursing Conference, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Brookfield Wis., Nov. 14, 2013, with Dr. Marianne Weiss, College of Nursing; Karen Gralton, Kathy Sawin, Rachel Schiffman, Carol Klingbeil and Stacee Lerrett. Presented: “Fostering Mobility for a Pre-school Child with Rett Syndrome: A Case Report,” Touching Hands, Touching Hearts, Rett Syndrome Association of Illinois, Schaumberg, Ill., Oct. 27, 2013. Presented: “Parent and Nurse Assessment of Parental Discharge Readiness: What Do the Differences Tell Us?,” 2013 ANCC National Magnet Conference, Orlando Fla., Oct. 4, 2013, with Dr. Marianne Weiss, College of Nursing; Rachel Schiffman, Karen Gralton and Carol Klingbeil.

Dr. Linda Piacentine Assistant Professor

Published: “Spirituality, Religiosity, Depression, Anxiety and Drug-use Consequences During Methadone Maintenance Therapy,” Western Journal of Nursing Research, Vol. 35, No. 6 ( July 2013), pp 794-813.

Dr. Karen Robinson Assistant Professor

Published: see entry for Dr. Abir Bekhet, College of Nursing. Published: see entry for Dr. Norah Johnson, College of Nursing.

Dr. Robert Deahl

Dean and Assistant Professor

Kali Murray

Dr. Kathryn Schroeter

Clinical Assistant Professor

Published: “Hospitalized Cancer Patients’ Preferences for Photographic Art,” Oncology Nursing Forum, Vol. 40, No. 4 (September 2013), pp 337‑345. Presented: “Ethics of Social Media in Health Care,” Arizona State Council of Operating Room Nurses Fall Conference, Phoenix, Nov. 2, 2013. Presented: Wisconsin Nurses Association State Convention, Madison, Wis., Oct. 17, 2013. Appointed: Committee Member, American Nurses Association, October 2013 to December 2014.

Dr. Margaret Sebern Associate Professor

Presented: “Shared Care Contributions to Self-care and Health in Patients with Chronic Heart Disease,” International Family Research Conference, International Family Nursing Association, Minneapolis, June 2013.

Dr. Robert Topp

Associate Dean for Research and Professor

Published: “Fit into College II: Physical Activity and Nutrition Behavior Effectiveness and Programming Recommendations,” Recreational Sports Journal, Vol. 37, No. 1 (2013), pp 29-41, with J. Ling, S. Ridner, D. Jacks and K. Newton. Presented: “A Comparison of Standard Stretching and Modified First Step to Foot Relief® Protocols on Pain and Self-reported Function in Patients with Plantar Heel Pain: A Randomized Clinical Trial;” Presented: “EMG Activation of Gluteal Musculature and Perceived Exertion during Therapeutic Exercises with and without Thera-Band® Resistance,” with J. Greenstein and J. Etnoyer; 15th Annual Thera-Band® Research Advisory Council, Moscow, Russia, Aug. 5, 2013. Presented: “The Prevalence of Obesity and Select Clinical Characteristics Associated with Obesity among African American Women in Nursemanaged Clinic,” with K. Campbell, J. Zhang, P. Nicoloff, L. Betlej and G. Goodwin; Presented: “A Comparison of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment to the Revised Addenbrooke Cognitive Examination for the Screening of Mild Cognitive Impairment,” with P. Antuono and M. Franczak; Sigma Theta Tau International 42nd Biennial Convention, Indianapolis, Nov. 16, 2013.

Presented: “Institute for Urban Agriculture and Nutrition,” Milwaukee Regional Research Forum Viewpoint Luncheon, Milwaukee, Oct. 24, 2013, with T. McCollow, M. Carriere, Z. Franco, E. Gomez, B. Halvorsen, G. Lawless, G. Mead, M. Schlappi, S. Ventura, S. Williams and S. Stojkovic. Presented: “Community Assets Supporting Health in African American Women,” Medical Student Summer Research Program, Medical College of Wisconsin, Wauwatosa, Wis., Oct. 2, 2013, with E. Burns, A. Harris, B. Horner-Ibler, K. Harris-Salas, E. McKinney and D. Nelson. Presented: “Promoting a Healthy Body Weight Among African American Women through a Community Participatory Model,” Southeast Wisconsin Clinical and Translational Science Institute, Clinical Scholars Forum, Milwaukee, Sept. 10, 2013, with E. Burns, D. Nelson, B. Horner-Ibler, K. Salas Harris, J. Keyes and E. McKinney. Appointed: Member of Thera-Band® Academy’s 2013 Scientific Advisory Board, 2013.

Dr. Leona VandeVusse Associate Professor

Grant: $207,572, “Marquette University — Nurses Supporting Families to Improve Maternal and Infant Outcomes,” Health Resources and Services Administration.

Dr. Marianne Weiss Associate Professor

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

College of Professional Studies

Presented: “Promoting Sustainable Community Transformation in an Urban Setting,” International Conference on Communal Pathways to Sustainable Living, International Conference on Sustainable Communities, Findhorn, Scotland, June 26, 2013, with Dr. Robert Pavlik, College of Professional Studies. Presented: “Professional Education as Transformation,” International Lonergan Symposium, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, Nov. 25, 2013.

Dr. Robert Pavlik Adjunct Instructor

Presented: see entry for Dr. Robert Deahl, College of Professional Studies.

Graduate School Dr. Kevin Gibson

Associate Dean of the Graduate School and Associate Professor of Philosophy

Published: Introduction to Ethics, (2013), Pearson. Published: “Stakeholder Management, Sustainability and Phronesis,” Leadership through the Classics: Learning Management and Leadership from Ancient East and West Philosophy, ( June 2013), pp 237-251, Springer. Presented: “Regarding Marginal Stakeholders,” Vincentian Conference on Business Ethics, De Paul University, Chicago, Oct. 18, 2013.

Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp

Vice Provost for Research and Dean of the Graduate School Grant: $201,302, “Clinical and Translation Science Award,” National Institutes of Health.

Law School Susan Bay

Associate Professor of Legal Writing

Dr. Johnette (Jay) Caulfield

Presented: see entry for Rebecca Blemberg, Law School.

Published: “Being Ethically Minded: Practicing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in an Ethical Manner,” Teaching and Learning Inquiry, Vol. 1, No. 2 (September 2013), p 19. Published: “Experiential Learning: Exploring Its Long-term Impact on Socially Responsible Behavior,” Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning, ( June 2013).

Rebecca Blemberg

Associate Dean

Associate Professor of Legal Writing

Presented: “Directorless But Not Without Direction: The Workings of Marquette Law School’s Directorand Coordinator-free Legal Writing Program,” Associate of Legal Writing Directors 2103 Biennial Conference, Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, June 27, 2013, with Alison Julien, Law School; Susan Bay, Law School; Jacob Carpenter, Law School; and Lisa Mazzie, Law School.


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Alan Borsuk

Senior Fellow in Law and Public Policy

Grant: $23,200, “Community Impact Journalism — The Niemen Internship: A Partnership that Works,” Faye McBeath Foundation, with Dr. Karen Slattery, Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Diederich College of Communication.

Bruce Boyden

Associate Professor

Published: “Regulating at the End of Privacy,” University of Chicago Legal Forum, Vol. 2013 (November 2013), p 173.

Jacob Carpenter

Assistant Professor of Legal Writing

Presented: see entry for Rebecca Blemberg, Law School. Appointed: Legal Writing Institute’s New Member Outreach Committee’s Mentoring Group Organizer, October 2013.

Alison Julien

Professor of Legal Writing

Presented: see entry for Rebecca Blemberg, Law School.

Alan Madry Professor

Presented: see entry for Dr. Jean Grow, Department of Strategic Communication, Diederich College of Communication.

Lisa Mazzie

Associate Professor of Legal Writing

Presented: see entry for Rebecca Blemberg, Law School.

Kali Murray

Associate Professor

Presented: “Intellectual Property and Information Law in the Administrative State,” University of Houston Law Center for Intellectual Property and Information State, Santa Fe, N.M., June 8, 2013. Presented: “A Statement of Progressive Intellectual Property,” American Association of Law Schools, Mid-Year Workshop on Property, Poverty and Immigration, San Diego, June 1, 2013. Presented: “Myriad and the Social World,” Law and Society Association 2013, Boston, June 1, 2013.

Dr. David Papke Professor

Published: “The Rise and Fall of the ‘Underclass’: Ideology and Governmental Exclusion of the Poor through Zoning,” Property and Sovereignty: Legal and Cultural Perspectives, (November 2013), pp 181-198, Ashgate Publishing. Presented: “The Pop Cultural Divorce Lawyer,” International Conference on Law and Popular Culture, Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands, June 7, 2013.

Matthew Parlow

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor

Presented: “Public Financing Options for New Sports Arenas,” Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Milwaukee, Aug. 22, 2013. Presented: “Poverty and Place: Local Governments in Fiscal Distress,” Annual Conference, Law and Society Association, Boston, June 2, 2013.

Presented: “Sports Arenas and Commercial Real Estate,” Commercial Association of Realtors Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Oct. 31, 2013. Presented: “The Future of the Bradley Center: Who Benefits and Who Pays?,” Panel, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Oct. 23, 2013. Presented: “Applying the Structure Variable of Race,” Representation and Republican Governance, LatCrit 2013, Chicago, Oct. 5, 2013. Appointed: Member, Regional Cultural and Entertainment Capital Needs Task Force, October 2013.

Andrea Schneider Professor

Grant: $8,706, “Research Career Development Institute for Psychiatry,” National Institutes of Health.

Paul Secunda Professor

Published: “Private Sector Pension De-risking and Participant Protections,” ERISA Advisory Council Report and Executive Summary, (November 2013), with Richard Turner, Mary Signorelle, James English and Josh Cohen. Published: “Explaining the Lack of Non-public Actors in the USA Social Insurance System,” Non-Public Actors in Social Security Administration: A Comparative Study, Wolters Kluwer, (October 2013), p 229. Published: “Cultural Cognition Insights into Judicial Decisionmaking in Employee Benefits Cases,” American University Labor and Employment Law Forum, Vol. 3, No. 1 (Summer 2013), p 1. Presented: “Workshop on Labor and Employment Law: Discussion Group: Employee Benefits and Disability Rights in a Post Affordable Care Act World;” Presented: “Workshop on Labor and Employment Law: Discussion Group: New Voices in Labor and Employment;” Presented: “Workshop on Labor and Employment Law: The Merger of Workplace Privacy, Employer Policies, and Technological Innovation;” Presented: “Workshop on Labor and Employment Law: Discussion Group, The Rise And Fall Of The Wagner Model, An International and Comparative Perspective;” Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting, Palm Beach, Fla., Aug. 6, 2013. Presented: International Treatment of Pension and Wage Claims in Company Insolvency Proceedings, Fordham Urban Law Journal Cooper-Walsh Colloquium, Fordham Law School, New York, Oct. 11, 2013. Presented: “The Treatment of Pensions and Other Employee Benefits in Bankruptcy: A Comparative International Perspective,” Eighth Annual Colloquium on Current Scholarship in Labor and Employment Law, University of Nevada–Las Vegas Law School, Las Vegas, Sept. 28, 2013.

Bonnie Thomson

Dr. Christopher Okunseri

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

Grant: $26,000, “Milwaukee Children’s Oral Healthcare Program,” State of Wisconsin, with Dr. Pradeep Bhagavatula, Department of Dental Clinical Services.

Associate Dean for Administration/Registrar

School of Dentistry Dr. William Lobb Dean and Professor

Grant: $2,373,765, “Oral Health — Marquette Dental Services,” Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. Grant: $281,370, “Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students in the School of Dentistry at Marquette University,” Health Resources and Services Administration.

Yvonne Roland

Director of Diversity

Grant: see entry for Dr. Larry Pan, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences.

Professor

DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCES AND COMMUNITY HEALTH Dr. Cesar Gonzalez Associate Professor

Grant: $53,806, “Marquette University School of Dentistry Community Pediatric Dentistry Program,” Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services.

Dr. Dawei Liu

Associate Professor

Grant: $15,110, “Effect of Mechanical Vibration on Orthodontic Tooth Movement Ex Vivo,” Ortho Accel Technologies, Inc.

GENERAL DENTAL SCIENCES CLINICAL SERVICES Dr. Pradeep Bhagavatula Assistant Professor

Grant: see entry for Dr. Christopher Okunseri, Department of Dental Clinical Services.

Dr. Jadwiga Hjertstedt

Clinical Associate Professor

Grant: see entry for Stacy Barnes, College of Nursing.

Dr. Thomas Johnson Adjunct Professor

Presented: “Emerging Technology for the Imaging Specialist,” with Dr. Thomas W. Radmer, School of Dentistry; Presented: “Emerging Technology for the Imaging Specialist,” with Dr. Thomas Radmer, School of Dentistry; International Association for Identification, International Association for Identification, Providence, R.I., Aug. 5, 2013,

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Published: “Practice Based Dental Research — Advancing and Improving Dental Practice,” Journal of the Wisconsin Dental Association, Vol. 89, No. 9 (September 2013), p 8. Presented: “Clinical Research for the Dental Practitioner,” Milwaukee Odontological Academy, Brookfield, Wis., Oct. 8, 2013. Presented: “Evidence-based Decision Making for the Dental Team,” Tri‑County Community Dental Clinic Annual Meeting, Appleton, Wis., Oct. 3, 2013. Presented: “Clinical Research for the Dental Practitioner,” Waukesha County Dental Society, Milwaukee Odontological Academy, Brookfield, Wis., Oct. 1, 2013.

Dr. Geoffrey Thompson Assistant Professor

Grant: $3,995, “Effect of Toothbrushing on the Material Loss, Roughness and Color of Extrinsically Stained All-Ceramic Restorations: A Student Research Project for Lessly Garza,” American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics. Grant: $3,367, “Accuracy and Precision of Die Spacer Thickness with Combined ComputerAided Design and 3-D Printing Technologies: A Student Research Project for Lisa Hoang,” American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics.

SURGICAL SCIENCES Dr. Andrew Dentino Professor

Grant: $9,000, “Multi-center Phase 3 Trial of Minocycline HCI 1mg Microspheres for Use in Subjects with Peri-Implantitis: Clinical and Microbiological Evaluations,” OraPharma, Inc.

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 (Feb. 2013), p 138, with Mel L. Kantor, Bruce L. Pihlstrom.

Dr. Paul Luepke

Chair and Clinical Associate Professor

Grant: $105,000, “Directed Grant for Student Training and Patient Care: Implants and Restorative Components,” DENTSPLY Implants Directed Grant for Student Training and Patient Care: Implants and Restorative Components.

Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Paul McInerny

Associate Athletics Director of Engagement and Public Affairs

Reviewed: David Blevins’s College Football Awards, Journal of Sport History, Vol. 40, No. 2 (Third Quarter/ Summer 2013), pp 329-330.

Office of the Provost Dr. Margaret Faut Callahan Interim Provost and Dean of the College of Nursing

Grant: $24,892, “Effects of a Spiritual Care Educational Program on Nurses’ Spiritual Care Competence and Pastoral Care Referral,” Rockefeller University.

Robert Nunez, II

CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING

HAGGERTY MUSEUM OF ART

Dr. Susan Mountin

Mary Coppernoll

Presented: “The Marriage of Faith and Reason and the Call to the Intellectual Life,” Faith, Learning and Vocation Seminar Series, Concordia University, Mequon, Wis., Oct. 28, 2013,

Grant: $5,000, “Current Tendencies III Artists from Milwaukee,” Milwaukee Arts Board.

Dr. Heidi Schweizer

Terence Miller

Grant: see entry for Dr. Dennis Brylow, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences.

Grant: $255,820, “Project GO: Arabic Language and Culture,” U.S. Department of Defense. Grant: see entry for Dr. Barbara Silver-Thorn, Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering. Chaired: Association for International Education Administrators, Awards Committee, Aug. 15, 2013 – Feb. 19, 2014. Participated: Institute of International Education, International Academic Partnership Program Vietnam, Aug. 15, 2013 – May 30, 2014.

Director of Manresa for Faculty

Director of e-Learning

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM Dr. Gregory Frederick Associate Director

Presented: “A Successful Secondary Art Program from the Perspective of Community of Practice Theory,” National Art Education Association Annual Conference, San Diego, March 30, 2014.

Eddie Guzman

Associate Director, College Division

Grant: $484,441, “Student Support Services,” U.S. Department of Education. Grant: $258,529, “Ronald E. McNair Post-baccalaureate Achievement Program,” U.S. Department of Education.

Yvonne Reyes

Pre-college Coordinator

Grant: see entry for T Ullrich, Educational Opportunity Program.

Dr. Thomas Radmer

T Ullrich

Presented: see entry for Dr. Thomas Johnson, General Dental Sciences.

Grant: $281,438, “Upward Bound Math and Science,” U.S. Department of Education, with Yvonne Reyes, Educational Opportunity Program.

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Robert Nunez, II

Associate Director, Pre-college Programs

Emerging Technologies Librarian

Interim Director

Presented: “Lessons Learned with Responsive Web Design,” American Library Association Annual Conference 2013, Chicago, June 29, 2013.

Mark Thiel

OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION Director

Archivist, Special Collections and University Archives

Presented: “The Legacy of St. Kateri Tekakwitha,” Indian Summer Festival, Milwaukee, Sept. 6 and 8, 2013. Presented: “The Legacy of St. Kateri Tekakwitha,” St. Kateri Tekakwitha Celebration, Diocese of Bismarck, Bismarck, N.D., July 2013. Coordinated: “Friendship, Peace and Mother Earth,” Ho Chunk-Chinese Youth Cultural Sharing Day, July 28, 2013, Ho Chunk Casino, Wisconsin Dells, Wis.

STUDENT EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Darryle Todd Jr.

Urban Scholar Program Coordinator

Grant: $106,940, “Marquette University Urban Scholars Program,” Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation.

RAYNOR MEMORIAL LIBRARIES Patricia Berge

Librarian, Research and Instructional Services

Heidi Vering

Served: Committee member, Association of College and Research Libraries, Contributed Papers Committee; 2015 ACRL Conference, Portland, Oregon, July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2015.

Associate Director of Disability Services

Grant: $201,817, “Marquette University Student Support Services Project for Students with Disabilities,” U.S. Department of Education.

Planning Division

Rose Fortier

Coordinator of Digital Programs

Presented: “Marketing an Established Institutional Repository: Marquette Libraries’ Research Stewardship Survey,” 2013 ALA Annual Conference, Chicago, June 30, 2013.

FACILITIES SERVICES Roger Smith

General Maintenance

Published: see entry for Dr. Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

Martha Jermé

Librarian, Research and Instructional Services

Published: see entry for Dr. Sheila Schindler-Ivens, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences.

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