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University of Portland Annual Scholarly Review 2012-13 Academic Year


From the From Provost the Provost As the University’s As the University’s provost, I welcome provost,you I welcome you to read this report to readso this that report you might so thatdiscover you might discover one dimension oneofdimension the remarkable of the breadth remarkable breadth and depth ofand thedepth University’s of the University’s intellectual and intellectual and creative enterprises creative –enterprises hundreds of – hundreds articles, of articles, books and creative books and works creative that the works most that interthe most interesting and inquisitive esting andprofessors inquisitiveinprofessors America in America have wrought. have A University wrought. AisUniversity only as good is only as its asfaculty. good asThis its faculty. faculty This faculty takes very seriously takes very its seriously role as anits intellectual, role as an intellectual, cultural, scholarly, cultural, crescholarly, creative, artistic, ative, and artistic, spiritualand resource spiritual forresource not only for ournot students, only our but students, but also the city,also thethe state, city,the theregion, state, and the region, the nation. and They the nation. are well They re- are well regarded for their garded expertise for their and expertise are widely andsought are widely out by sought the media out by the media for insight on formyriad insighttopics. on myriad Active topics. scholarly Active engagement, scholarly engagement, such as such as that found inthat thisfound report, inaffects this report, the quality affectsofthe teaching quality on of teaching campus. on campus. Our faculty scholars Our faculty arescholars excellentare teachers, excellent in teachers, part, because in part, they because con- they contribute to the tribute development to the development of knowledge of in knowledge their respective in theirfields. respective fields. I invite you to I invite read for youyourself to read why for yourself we are consistently why we are consistently ranked among ranked among the very bestthe master’s very best levelmaster’s universities levelin universities the nation.inJoin theme nation. in celebrating Join me in celebrating the achievements the achievements of the University’s of the faculty University’s for the faculty 2012-13 foracademic the 2012-13 year. academic year. Thomas G. Greene, ThomasEd.D. G. Greene, Ed.D. Provost andProvost Professor and ofProfessor Educationof Education


Contents 2 Year in Review 9 Faculty Profiles 25 Scholarly Review


Educating the Whole Person As a Catholic university, we believe in edu-

Nursing; and a Graduate School. We offer

cating students for life – our mission is to

more than 1,300 courses, 42 undergraduate

foster the development of the whole person

programs, and 15 graduate degrees. A 13:1

through teaching and learning, faith and

student to professor ratio and small class sizes

formation, and service and leadership. We

ensure that there is greater attention placed

want students in every major of study to

upon individual learning and a commitment

be able to think critically, communicate effec-

to seeking answers to questions. To ensure

tively, and consider ethical implications. With-

exposure to myriad ways of thinking, every

in each of our programs and schools there

student regardless of major takes a core

is a commitment to a liberal arts education,

curriculum of courses in the humanities, so-

the development of personal and profes-

cial sciences, and sciences to ensure a broad

sional skills, and the formation of the mind,

foundation of knowledge.

heart, and soul. We are the only university in Oregon to

Institutional R ankings

offer a College of Arts and Sciences; Schools

No. 1 Producer of Fulbright Awards

of Business, Education, Engineering, and

For the third consecutive year (2010-2013), the University has been first in the nation among its peers for the number of students who have received prestigious Fulbright Awards according to the Chronicle of Higher Education. This spring, six students were awarded English teaching positions in either Germany or Spain. Best Return on Investment For the second year in a row, Bloomberg Businessweek has ranked the University of Portland as the No. 1 college in Oregon for producing the best return on investment (in 2012 and 2011), which is based on the price of an education vs. career earnings for students.

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Since our founding in 1901, the University of Portland has been guided by the Congregation of Holy Cross, a community of Roman Catholic priests and brothers who are committed to educating students in mind and heart.

Top 10 University For 18 consecutive years, U.S.News & World Report has ranked the University of Portland as a top 10 western regional university. For 2012, the University ranked 6th out of 121 institutions and also ranked 6th in its “Great Schools, Great Prices,” which calculates a school’s academic quality to the net cost of attendance for a student receiving the average level of financial aid. No. 1 Entrepreneur Program The University’s Entrepreneur Scholars Program was ranked the nation’s no. 1 specialty entrepreneurship program in 2012 by the U.S. Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship. The program is part of the

College & Scho ol s

Franz Center for Leadership, Entrepreneurship,

College of Arts and Sciences

and Innovation. It marks the second time

Pamplin School of Business

the program has won this award.

School of Education

Commitment to Environment

Shiley School of Engineering

The Princeton Review named the University as

School of Nursing

one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the United States and Canada,

Facult y & Student Body

as it has done each year since it started the

335 professors: 213 full-time; 122 part-time

listing four years ago. We were one of the

13:1 student to faculty ratio

few colleges to achieve LEED® Platinum cer-

3,374 undergraduate students

tification when Shiley Hall was built, and

537 graduate students

we were the first college in the West to ban

Average SAT score (combined) 1195 (for 2012

the sale of disposable plastic water bottles,

entering freshmen) and average high school

helping start a national trend.

GPA of 3.64

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Ethical, Spiritual, and Intellectual Inquiry In a world of rampant individualism, we em-

Intellectual Inquiry

phasize the common good. We are committed

The Garaventa Center for Catholic Intellectual

to being an institution of higher learning

Life and America Culture organizes events

where the power of ideas are discovered;

that illustrate the intersection of faith and

where the values of justice, charity, and truth

culture. Highlights included a national con-

are taught and exemplified; where a sense

ference on Catholic education and a lecture

of compassion is nurtured; and where char-

by activist Sr. Helen Prejean, whose account

acter and moral imagination are valued.

of the death penalty was made into the film “Dead Man Walking.”

Distinc tive Centers

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Renovated Library

New Ethics Initiative

In 2012, the library underwent a multi-mil-

The Character Project

lion dollar renovation to create a technology-

The Dundon-Berchtold Initiative in Applied

rich, state-of-the-art center that supports

Ethics was developed so that faculty and

the needs of today’s students and faculty. It

students could explore sustained ethical re-

opened as the Clark Library in August 2013.

flection. In January, seven faculty and seven

Entrepreneurial Mindset

students became the inaugural scholars.

The University places a strong emphasis on

Inaugural Ethics Scholars

creating ethical leaders. Part of this effort is

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led by the Franz Center for Leadership, Entre-

(Business) “Issues in Finance: Planning a

preneurship, and Innovation, which is open

Financial Ethics Symposium” n Timothy

to all students. The Center facilitates connec-

Doughty, Ph.D. and Jordan Schiemer ’14,

tions with industry practitioners, develops

(Engineering) “Ethical Resources for Engineers:

leadership skills, and provides experiences that

What To Do When You Don’t Know What

encourage venture creation.

To Do” n Karen Eifler, Ph.D. and Cady Anderson

Commitment to Service

’13, (Education) “Ethics from the Teaching

The Moreau Center for Service and Leadership

Trenches: A Principled Framework for Differ-

provides an array of opportunities for students

entiated Instruction” n Deana Julka, Ph.D.

to provide direct service and effect change

and Georgia Wilson ’13, (Psychology) “Ethical

on a local, national, and global level.

Issues Related to the Adoption of Physical

Brian Adams, Ph.D. and Colin Mahoney ’15,


We want to inspire students to cultivate the best within themselves, which means providing programs and resources that support myriad interests — including research, venture creation, studies abroad, social justice, and faith development.

Activity Programs in Various Social Settings” n

Jeff Kerssen-Griep, Ph.D. and Danielle

service among 682 “master’s universities.” President’s Honor Roll

Christensen ’13, (Communication Studies)

The University was listed on the President’s

“Exploring Ethics in Organizational Decision-

Higher Education Community Service Roll and

Making Practices at the University of Portland”

on the “Honor Roll with Distinction,” which

n Lorretta Krautscheid, Ph.D. and Molly Brown

recognizes institutions that have “engaged

’14, (Nursing) “Micro-Ethical Decisions in

students, great teaching, vibrant communities,

Clinical Practice Settings: A Qualitative Inves-

and successful outcomes.”

tigation of Student Nurse Experiences” n

163,000 Hours

Jacquie Van Hoomissen, Ph.D. and Tiffany

Annually, students log 163,000 hours of work

Chau ’13, (Biology) “Ethical Issues Related to

through volunteer and service learning proj-

the Adoption of Physical Activity Programs

ects. Each fall, all freshmen participate in a

in Various Social Settings.”

day-long service project “Building Community, Serving to Learn.”

Institutional Recognition

2013 Honorary Doctorates

No. 3 in Service

Six individuals were honored for their talents

Washington Monthly ranked the University

and contributions: n Brian Druker, M.D.,

3rd nationally in 2012 for its commitment to

renowned oncologist and researcher n Karen Gaffney, distance swimmer and Down syndrome activist n Kirk Hanson, ethicist and scholar n Kathryn Jones Harrison, tireless tribal leader of the Grand Ronde n Alberto Salazar, running and coaching legend n Br. Donald Stabrowski, C.S.C., professor and first University of Portland provost n And University of Portland’s highest honor, the Christus Magister Medal, was awarded to Right Reverend Monsignor Tim Murphy, ’67 M.Ed., president emeritus of Portland’s Central Catholic High School.

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Teaching and Learning Faculty at the University of Portland take seriously their roles as scholars and educators. Through their research, idea generation, and scholarly inquiry, they continue to bolster our regional and national reputation and ensure our academic programs are current and innovative. But most importantly, they spark new ways of thinking and learning both within the University and beyond. It is because of our professors’ steadfast commitment to teaching and learning that University students are motivated and inspired to do more than they ever thought was possible.

Progr a m Updates

Its part-time MBA program was ranked

New Doctorate in Education

the best in Oregon in 2012 by U.S.News and

The School of Education officially announced

World Report.

the opening of a new doctoral program in

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teaching and learning with the first cohort

National Gr ants

starting in summer 2013.

Education Research Partnership

New Master’s in Nursing

A new partnership, the Multnomah County

With input from employers and students, the

Partnership on Education Research, was

School of Nursing launched the Nurse Edu-

created between the University and the

cator program, which is designed to help

Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) to

working nurses teach nursing students.

bring together local Portland schools, NWEA

Business School Achievements

researchers, as well as University of Portland

The Pamplin School of Business, with support

education faculty and doctoral students to

from Andy and Nancy Bryant Fellowships,

research educational outcomes and best

graduated its first cohort from its executive

practices. The grant from NWEA is worth $1.5

MBA program in non-profit management.

million over six years.


The essence of the University's life and work is the interplay of ideas, debates, and discussions that happen every day between dedicated faculty and energetic students — both inside and outside the classroom.

Developing STEM Educators

Student Schol arships

The University received a $1.2 million, five-year

Fulbright Grants

grant from the National Science Foundation

Six students who graduated in 2013 were

to support STEM (science, technology, engin-

awarded prestigious Fulbright Grants to

eering, and mathematics) students and

teach abroad. Four will teach in Germany, and

educators. Included within the award is the

two will teach in Spain.

Noyce Scholars and Interns Program, which

Goldwater Scholarships

provides $900,000 in summer internships

Two current science majors received schol-

to students in STEM majors who want to

arships from the Barry M. Goldwater and

pursue a career in teaching, as well as STEM

Excellence in Education Foundation — earn-

professionals who want to become teachers.

ing two of the 271 awards from a field of

Funding for Nurses

over 1,100 applicants.

The School of Nursing received a $960,000

NOAA Scholarship

award to establish scholarships for students

A sophomore biology student is the first UP

who have a bachelor’s degree in another

student to win an Ernest F. Hollings Schol-

field — one of only six schools nationwide

arship offered by the National Oceanic and

to receive funding for Second Degree Bacca-

Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which

laureate Students from the Helene Fuld Health

helps fund the junior and senior year.

Trust Scholarship Fund.

International Awards

Supporting Future Engineers

A business student received a Boren Schol-

The University of Portland was one of nine

arship to study in China, the first UP student

universities nationwide— and the only

to win this award. An engineering major was

school in Oregon — to receive $446,307 as

awarded the Whitaker Fellowship to pursue a

part of a “Graduate 10k+ Grant” from the

master’s degree at an international university.

National Science Foundation, which was

Postgraduate Scholarship

developed in partnership with Intel and GE

A 2012 graduate who is in a doctoral chemistry

to increase retention among engineering

program at the University of California-

and computer science students so as to create

Irvine received a National Science Foundation

10,000 additional graduates in these majors

Postgraduate Fellowship to develop new

in five years.

copper catalysts.

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What we do here is holy work, work that matters immensely to the future of this country and our world. We do this work with all our hearts with quiet prayers and with searing honesty so that we may rise to the best possibilities of the University of Portland’s mission. Rev. E. William Beauchamp, C.S.C.

University of Portland President


FACULT Y PROFILES


Elinor Sullivan, Ph.D. assistant professor of biology “My interest in biology started at a young

development. Using non-human primates,

age. I was very curious about questions such

I found that maternal obesity produced long-

as ‘How does it happen?’ and ‘Why?’ As an

term changes, including energy balance

undergraduate, I was inspired by my profes-

regulation and anxiety-like behavior in off-

sor’s ability to teach complex physiological

spring. As our findings were so striking, I have

process in an understandable and entertain-

begun collaborating with OHSU to examine

ing way. It was at this point that I decided I

whether maternal diet and body weight are

wanted to teach.

associated with the risk for behavioral dis-

UP has a very different atmosphere from

orders in children, such as attention deficit

the big research institutions. First and most

disorder and autism. Given that one third

importantly, teaching and education are highly

of pregnant women in the U.S. are obese and

Through research with animal models, I found that maternal obesity produced long-term changes, including energy balance regulation and anxiety-like behavior in offspring. valued, which translates to smaller class sizes

most consume a high fat diet, we feel this

and improved student learning. I love teach-

research is particularly relevant.

ing students about experimental design be-

I also enjoy interacting with faculty be-

cause they get to learn about a research area

cause it gives me new perspectives on my

and develop their own questions and experi-

research. Discussions with colleagues in psy-

ments. Helping students analyze their data

chology, sociology, and mathematics have

to see if it supports their original hypothesis

had a substantial impact on my data inter-

is especially rewarding.

pretation, analysis, and presentation. They

My expertise is human physiology and

have helped me place my findings in the

behavioral neuroscience, and I am currently

context of the bigger picture and are helping

researching the impact of maternal obesity

me become a more enriched human being

and high fat diet consumption on the phys-

with a greater working knowledge, which

iology and behavior of offspring during

I can use in the classroom.”

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Arjun Chatrath, D.B.A.

art schulte distinguished professor of finance “For me, teaching and scholarship are the

thoroughly internalized. I also want students

most enjoyable aspects of my work. I like to

to realize that hard work pays off.

stay busy – imagine being a student for life

UP is very different from other institutions,

– but without the stress of exams. What’s

and I was so pleased to get this job, which

not to like? With my largest class having 24

I interviewed for back in 1996 with professor

students, you cannot help but get great

Bahram Adrangi, who can be very convin-

interaction. And the camaraderie between

cing. For a small university, we have great

faculty and students is obvious.

professional programs and excellent research

I teach international finance, corporate

support. Many of our business faculty are

finance, and derivatives/risk management to

engaged in very serious research. And to me,

graduate students and senior-level under-

our students appear to be very different – in

Recently, a paper written by two MBA students on crudeoil speculation was published in a leading journal in the field. I want students to realize that hard work pays off. graduates, and I am very proud to work with

a nice way – from the ones you see at large

our students. Currently, I’m working on a

universities.

project called ‘Silicon Hedging’ with Mariia

I find derivatives and their markets, my areas

Guk and Gaurav Malik, two of our MBA/MSF

of expertise, to be dynamic, interesting. They

students. Recently, another paper written

are also widely misunderstood and somehow

by two MBA students on crude-oil speculation

always in the news. There is a widely held

was published in a leading journal in the field.

belief that the derivatives markets are a venue

Such student-led accomplishments speak

for market-manipulation. I was particularly

to the quality of our finance students, and

interested in how regulators assess and

it is gratifying to receive such unbiased recog-

anticipate their role in the economy. It became

nition through peer-reviewed journal ar-

evident that there were a lot of questions

ticles and to see the course-work being so

to be answered.”

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Bonnie Parks, M.L.I.S. senior librarian, clark library

“I value being part of a dynamic library team

but also the broader academic community.

that is dedicated to fulfilling the academic

I also enjoy helping users find and access the

needs of the University community. Having

scholarly resources they need for their aca-

worked at a number of large academic insti-

demic pursuits. In the contemporary, technol-

tutions, I wanted to return to the smaller, more

ogy-rich library environment, high-quality,

student-focused environment that I experi-

standardized data have become increasingly

enced as an undergraduate. And what I’ve

important, as the sheer volume of scholarly

found here is a commitment to excellence at

output has increased exponentially.

every level. Students are smart and moti-

Outside of UP, I’m working with the Orbis

vated, and the faculty are dedicated to their

Cascade Alliance, which is implementing a

Having worked at a number of large academic institutions, I wanted to return to the smaller, more student-focused environment that I experienced as an undergraduate. students’ success as well as their own pro-

shared system among the 37 regional academ-

fessional growth.

ic libraries to allow library staff to collaborate

When I was pursuing my graduate degree,

in new and innovate ways and to provide

I recognized how quality cataloging and meta-

better access to the rich collections in the

data improved the user’s success in identify-

Pacific Northwest. I’m also actively involved

ing and finding library material. Today, these

in the national American Library Association

are my areas of expertise, especially when

and was recently appointed to the ALTC/LITA

related to journals, online databases, and other

Metadata Standards Committee, which is

digital resources. As a library faculty member,

dedicated to developing metadata standards

I am responsible for the technology that sup-

for bibliographic information. I welcome these

ports the acquisition of and access to scholarly

opportunities to further develop my areas of

resources, including the library catalog and

expertise through research, writing, and lead-

organizing the data within, to support teach-

ing workshops, while also contributing to the

ing and learning not only for the campus

academic environment at the University.”

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Jim Carroll, Ph.D. professor of education

Jacqueline Waggoner, Ed.D. associate professor of education Jim: “I entered the profession of teacher edu-

Jacqueline: “I hope that my passion for re-

cation to promote an understanding of the

search will foster an understanding that good

educational uses of technology in teaching

teaching and data-driven decision making

and learning. I became fascinated with edu-

are inseparable. I love watching students

cational research in 1990, particularly statist-

‘catch the research bug’ and begin to enjoy

ical approaches, during my doctoral program

calculating statistics. There are two measure-

at Washington State University. I now am

ment and instrumentation areas that inspire

delighted that I teach graduate level research

me. One is my work on refining instruments

and analysis to practicing teachers. My goal

that prove the importance of using age-

is to help them to see that research can assist

stratified actuarial tables to assess recidivism

The School of Education develops talented teachers and administrators because we value and encourage teaching, scholarship, and service. This is why I teach here.” in their work to improve student learning.

risk in sex offenders. Colleagues and I correc-

One of the first things that impressed me

ted a mathematical error in the world’s most

about University of Portland was its commit-

widely used risk instrument. We’ve also

ment to students. It is this attention to

developed a new actuarial risk instrument,

student success and the size of the school

MATS-1, which is used in courtrooms na-

that make it different from other institutions.

tionwide. The second is the process we’ve

Recently, colleagues and I completed a two-

developed in the School of Education to

year accreditation study for which the School

measure pre-k through high school student

of Education received national recognition

learning in classrooms – because learning

and commendations. It was an extremely

is the bottom line. The School of Education

satisfying project. For some years, my own

develops talented teachers and administrators

research has been focused on assessment

because we value teaching, scholarship,

of teacher preparation programs.”

and service. This is why I teach here.”

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Lorretta Krautscheid, Ph.D., R.N. assistant professor of nursing

“When I had my first child, I saw how essen-

skills. I want students to be able to blend

tial nurses were, not only for ensuring safe

the art and science of nursing, but to also

labor and delivery, but also for being educa-

gain a strong work ethic, a sense of humility,

tors and advocates for health promotion. At

a spirit of inquiry, and a humanistic world-

the age of 26, I entered nursing school and

view. My most recent scholarship has focused

became the first in a family of nine children

on teaching the subjective domain of affec-

to attend college. After graduation, I began

tive learning. Missing from educational liter-

my career in obstetrics, working six night

ature is evidence as to how to best teach

shifts in a row. I had the next week off and

nursing students habits and attitudes associ-

ended up taking a part-time job with the

ated with such values as altruism, account-

Cascade County health department in Mon-

ability, and advocacy.

I want students to be able to blend the art and science of nursing, but to also gain a strong work ethic, a sense of humility, a spirit of inquiry, and a humanistic worldview. tana. Since then, most of my nursing practice

I can easily become bored with routines

has been in obstetrics and community health

and the status quo, but that doesn’t happen

— but I’ve also been a nurse in cardiovascular

at UP. With the vision of the late dean Terry

surgery, a clinical nurse educator, and a school

Misener and help from the foundation staff,

nurse for five rural school districts, among

I was able to bring high-fidelity simulation

others. In each of these roles, what I’ve enjoyed

to the nursing program and develop the use

most is being for others what they needed

of simulation for competency assessments.

me to be for them in that moment of their

The administration values innovative thinking

life journey.

and provides the resources to support the

At UP, I teach courses in both the under-

development of solutions for current and fu-

graduate and graduate curriculum with a

ture needs. I’ve found that UP is the best

focus on foundational concepts and nursing

place for me, professionally and spiritually.”

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Russ Butkus, Ph.D.

associate professor of theology

Steve Kolmes, Ph.D.

molter chair in science; professor of environmental science Russ: “I am interested in just about anything

Steve: “My work with water quality and sal-

related to protecting the earth and protecting

mon recovery planning started when I began

the most vulnerable, human and non-human

studying honeybees and the impact of chem-

alike. About 18 years ago, during my sabbatical,

ical contamination on insects in New York.

I audited Steve’s environmental course. It

Once in Oregon, I recognized that all local

was there that I ‘retooled’ my thinking in en-

and regional issues involved water and fish.

vironmental ethics. Together, we created

I worked on the NOAA-Fisheries technical

the Environmental Studies program, and we

recovery team and was on the Oregon DEQ

co-teach Theology in Ecological Perspective

Toxics Technical Advisory Committee. This

(THEP 482). I really enjoy teaching students.

involvement led Russ and me to begin what is

My areas of expertise are eco-theology, en-

now a decade-long collaboration of writing

I want students to know that God is present in all things; that creation, the earth in particular, is intrinsically valuable and worthy of our ethical concern. vironmental ethics, Catholic social teaching,

about scientific and ethical/theological an-

and social justice education.

alysis of environmental issues. We began with

I want students to know that God is present

salmon recovery but are moving on to new

in all things; that creation, the earth in partic-

topics. I’ve also collaborated with colleagues

ular, is intrinsically valuable and worthy of

on resilience theory work related to environ-

our ethical concern; that walking the talk is

mental issues, and with faculty and research

important, but one must try to have fun

students on monitoring water quality on Mt.

doing it; and that one must have hope. UP

Hood. I enjoy scholarly work. Thinking about

is different because of its mission, and for

new things keeps you alive. UP’s commitment

the most part, that mission is always focused,

to sustainability is inspiring, and being in

creating a very positive ethos here.”

Catholic higher education allows individuals to step back and ask ‘what is right?’”

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Tim Doughty, Ph.D.

associate professor of mechanical engineering “I view engineering as a service industry for

I’ve seen some amazing work. One student

humanity. I see everything I teach and re-

has a friend in a wheelchair who noticed that

search through that lens. One of my areas of

some doors in Portland were not accessible,

research is health monitoring of machines.

so he created a device that goes on the

I am specifically interested in the premonition

wheelchair that opens doors. Another, whose

of failure for these mechanical systems. I

grandparents were avid card players but had

shake them and look for subtle indicators of

arthritis, constructed a card shuffler and

failure based on their response so that we can

dealer for them. With their creativity, personal

know, for instance, if an airplane wing is

drive, and engineering skills, these students

beginning to fail how long the pilot has to

are able to identify and solve problems for

safely land the airplane.

their communities. Right now, we are also

With their creativity, personal drive, and engineering skills, these students are able to identify and solve problems for their communities. I also have active research with students

working on creating a formal partnership

to help people with Parkinson’s disease. To-

with the School of Nursing. We want nursing

gether we have created eating utensils that

students to review these projects and give

greatly lower the intensity of hand tremors.

us insight to the needs in their profession.

We’ve also created specialized walking equip-

I deliberately picked UP from other offers

ment that decreases the tipping hazard and

because of the sense of community here.

better accommodates a person’s gait.

I also fell in love with the smaller school model

Mechanical Systems Lab is one of the classes

and the benefits of a liberal arts core edu-

I teach, and it is required for all junior mech-

cation. The size of the program allows stu-

anical engineering majors. It is in this class

dents to take ownership of their education,

that the students really get to be creative and

and the faculty are truly interested in the

build their own assistive technology projects.

holistic development of the student.”

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Oregon’s Catholic university, which has been guided by the Congregation of Holy Cross since its founding in 1901, is built upon a community of scholars who pursue teaching and learning, faith and formation, and service and leadership so as to prepare students to respond to the needs of the world.


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Public ations Ami Ahern-Rindell, Biology Isikbay M, Ahern-Rindell A. “Characterization of the Lysosomal Protein Beta-Galactosidase in GM1-Gangliosidosis Affected Sheep.” Proceedings of the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, December 2012, pg 206-213. Review of “Engaging Student Voices in the Study of Teaching and Learning” edited by Carmen Werder and Megan M. Otis. The CUR Quarterly. 33(1):48, Fall 2012. Review of “Assessing College Student Learning: Evaluating Alternative Models, Using Multiple Methods By Robert J. Sternberg, Jeremy Penn, Christie Hawkins, and Sally Reed. The CUR Quarterly. 32(4):48, Summer 2012. William Barnes, Business Administration “Winds of Change in Klickitat County,” (with M Phillips, D Watson, and H Feldman), The Case Journal, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp 9-18. “Alternative Fuel and Energy Production in Aruba: A Case Study” (with Mark Meckler), The Journal of Business Case Studies, Volume 8, Number 4, July/August 2012, pp. 361-376. “Path Dependence and Behavioral Lock-in at Work: The Challenge of Sustaining High Performance Work Systems in the US.” The Journal of Business & Economics Research, Volume 10, No. 6, June 2012, pp. 325-332. Elena Bernard, Business Administration Makienko, I. & Bernard E. K. (2013). “Marketing Briefs: Connecting Marketing Concepts with Real Life.” MEA Conference Proceedings, 37, 265. Makienko, I. & Bernard, E. K. (2012). “Teaching applied value of marketing research: A questionnaire design project.” International Journal of Management Education, 10 (2), 139-145.

quakes Teachable Moments” web page (iris.edu/hq/retm): April 19, 2013 (03:05:53 UTC) - M7.2 Kuril Islands April 16, 2013 (10:44:20 UTC) - M7.8 Iran April 6, 2013 (04:42:36 UTC) - M7.0 Papua, Indonesia February 15, 2013 (03:20:26 UTC) - M0.0 Russia February 12, 2013 (02:57:51 UTC) - M5.1 North Korea February 6, 2013 (01:12:27 UTC) - M8.0 Solomon Islands January 5, 2013 (08:58:19 UTC) M7.5 SE Alaska December 10, 2012 (16:53:09 UTC) - M7.1 Banda Sea December 7, 2012 (08:18:24 UTC) - M7.3 Off Honshu, Japan November 7, 2012 (16:35:50 UTC) - M7.4 Offshore Guatemala October 28, 2012 (03:04:10 UTC) - M7.7 Queen Charlotte Is September 30, 2012 (16:31:35 UTC) - M7.3 Colombia September 5, 2012 (14:42:10 UTC) - M7.6 Costa Rica August 31, 2012 (12:47:34 UTC) - M7.6 Off Coast of Philippines August 27, 2012 (04:37:20 UTC) - M7.3 Off Coast of El Salvador August 14, 2012 (02:59:42 UTC) - M7.7 Sea of Okhotsk. Michael Cameron, Theology “An Encomium for Allan D. Fitzgerald, O.S.A., Editor of Augustinian Studies,” Augustinian Studies 43: nos. 1-2 (2012), 3-4. “Defensor of Ligugé,” in The Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, ed. H.-J. Klauck, et. al. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2012. Vol. 6:463. 2013 At Home with the Word. Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications, 2012. Reprints of introductory essays: “Introduction to the Gospel according to Luke” and “Studying and Praying Scripture.” Christ Meets Me Everywhere: Augustine’s Early Figurative Exegesis. Oxford Studies in Historical Theology. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012. Kevin Cantrell, Chemistry M.M. Erenas, K. Cantrell, J. Ballesta-Claver, I. de Orbe-Payá, L.F. Capitán-Vallvey, “Use of digital reflection devices for measurement using hue-based optical sensors”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Volume 174, November 2012, Pages 10-17. James Carroll, Education Carroll, J. B., Waggoner, J., & Weitzel, B. N. (2012). National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) institutional report. University of Portland, School of Education. Richard Christen, Education “John Jenkins and The Art of Writing: Handwriting and Identity in the Early American Republic.” The New England Quarterly, 85:3 (September 2012). Rev. Jeffrey Cooper, C.S.C., Theology “None” (a poem). In Monkscript Two, Surprising Saints: Literature, Arts & Spirituality, edited by Paul Quenon and Michael Bever, 81. Louisville, KY: Fons Vitae, 2012. Tanya Crenshaw, Engineering “Using Robots and Contract Learning to Teach Cyber-Physical Systems to Undergraduates.” Robotics Education. Spec. issue of IEEE Transactions on Education. 56.1 (2013): 116-120. Print.

Trudie Booth, International Languages and Cultures French Verb Tenses, second edition, McGraw Hill, 2012. Russell Butkus, Theology Steven A. Kolmes and Russell A. Butkus (2013) “Setting Water Quality Standards and Postnormal Science,” Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 55:3. Steven A. Kolmes and Russell A. Butkus (2012) “Water Quality Standards: A Scientific and Theological-Ethical Analysis,” Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 54 (6): 17-28. Robert Butler, Environmental Science These earthquake notices are posted on the IRIS “Recent Earth-

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Sr. Carol Dempsey, O.P., Theology “Psalm 118:14-19: A Theological Perspective,” Feasting on the Word; ed. David Dobson; Louisville: John Knox Westminster, 2013. “Psalm 51:1-10: A Theological Perspective,” Feasting on the Word; ed. David Dobson; Louisville: John Knox Westminster, 2013. “Psalm 103:1-8: A Theological Perspective,” Feasting on the Word; ed. David Dobson; Louisville: John Knox Westminster, 2013. “Jeremiah,” Anselm Academic Bible; ed. Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ; Winona, MN: Anselm Academic, 2013, pp. 1247-1250. “Lamentations,” Anselm Academic Bible; ed. Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ; Winona, MN: Anselm Academic, 2013, pp. 1318-1319. “Introduction to the Prophets,” Anselm Academic Bible; ed. Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ; Winona, MN: Anselm Academic, 2013, pp. 1155-1161.


“Introduction to the Pentateuch,” Anselm Academic Bible; ed. Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ; Winona, MN: Anselm Academic, 2013, pp. 119-124. “Isaiah,” Anselm Academic Bible; ed. Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ; Winona, MN: Anselm Academic, 2013, pp. 1164-1167. “A Biblical Perspective on Faith as Gift, Call, and Challenge,” for Vocations and Prayer, Vol. XXI, No. 4 (October–December 2012), pp. 11-13. Daughter Zion: Her Portrait; Her Response, eds. Mark J. Boda, Carol J. Dempsey, LeAnn Snow in Ancient Israel and Its Literature Series, No. 13; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012. “Whose God Is This Anyway?: A Response to Carleen Mandolfo” in Daughter Zion: Her Portrait; Her Response, eds. Mark J. Boda, Carol J. Dempsey, LeAnn Snow in Ancient Israel and Its Literature Series, No. 13; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012, pp. 343-354. “Feminist Interpretation,” Dictionary of the Old Testament Prophets Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press; 2012, pp. 240-47. “What Does the Bible Say About Capital Punishment?,” for Vocations and Prayer, Vol. XXI, No. 2 (April-June 2012), pp. 10-12. Heather Dillon, Engineering Tuenge J., B. Holloman, H.E. Dillon, and L. Snowden-Swan. 2013. “Life-Cycle Assessment of Energy and Environmental Impacts of LED Lighting Products Part 3: LED Environmental Testing,” PNNL-22346, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA. Timothy Doughty, Engineering Doughty, T. A. Bacon, M., Dally, M., and Etzel, N., “Nonlinear Model Tracking for Varying System Geometries,” International Modal Analysis Conference (IMAC) and Exposition on Structural Dynamics, Los Angeles, February 2013. Andrew Downs, Social and Behavioral Sciences Downs, A., Boucher, L., Campbell, D. G., & Dasse, M. (2013). “Development and initial validation of the Symptoms and Assets Screening Scale.” Journal of American College Health, 61(3), 164-174. Downs, A., Strand, P. S., Heinrichs, N., & Cerna, S. (2012). “Use of the teacher version of the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire with German and American preschoolers.” Early Education and Development, 23(4), 493-516. Todd Easton, Business Administration “Optimal Housing Cost Estimates for 177 U.S. Metropolitan Areas,” Journal of Regional Science, Vol. 52.3 (2012), pp. 469-485. María Echenique, International Languages and Cultures “Adela Zamudio y la Crítica Literaria en Bolivia” Martin, Claire et.al. Eds. Retomando la palabra: las pioneras del XIX en diálogo con la crítica contemporánea. Editorial Iberoamericana, September, 2012. Terry Favero, Biology “Effect of a 2-Week Preseason Conditioning Program on Repeat Spring Ability on Male Collegiate Soccer.” T.G. Favero, G. Rouse and A. Krause. In Science and Football VII, Chapter 18, pages 113118. Edited by H. Nunome, B. Drust and B. Dawson. Routledge, London. Howard Feldman, Business Administration “Winds of Change in Klickitat County,” (with M. Phillips, D. Watson, and H. Feldman), The Case Journal, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp 9-18. “GreenWood Resources: A Global Sustainable Venture in the Making,” published by the China Business Case Center of Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management, Case #0-612-351, Dec. 2012. “Money that Grows on Trees,” by Lei Li, Howard Feldman, and S.L. Sun, published in Chinese, CEIBS (China Europe International Business School) Review, Oct. 2012, p. 128-133.

Lauretta Frederking, Political Science “Path Dependency and Contingency: Shifts in Immigration Policy Framing After September 11, 2001” in Policy Studies, 33:4, 283-296. July, 2012. Richard Gritta, Business Administration “Recipe for a Bubble: Financial Leverage and the Other Variables Behind the Housing Crisis—A Teaching Note.” Journal for Advancements in Business Education I, no.1 (Summer 2012), 1-12. (Co-authored with Jim Seal and Brian Adams). “The Use of Bankruptcy Forecasting Models in Teaching Applied Ratio Analysis in Financial Management and Investment Courses,” Proceedings of the International Conference on Academic Disciplines, paper presented in Vienna, Austria on April 15, 2013. (Co-authored with Bahram Adrangi). Naveen Gudigantala, Business Administration “A Study of the Compensatory and Non-Compensatory Decision Support on the Top-100 US E-commerce Websites,” Proceedings of the Western Decision Sciences Institute Conference, 2013, Albuquerque, NM. Andrew Guest, Social and Behavioral Sciences “Screaming U-S-A! (and Other Imagined Things): Us versus Them at South Africa 2010,” In Alegi, Peter and Chris Bolsmann, eds. Africa’s World Cup: Critical Reflections on Play, Patriotism, Spectatorship, and Space (148-158). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. (2013) “Making it in America: Analyzing ‘the immigrant’s game’,” XI Quarterly: A North American Soccer Quarterly. Volume 1(1): 33-42. (2012) Alexandra Hill, International Languages and Cultures Playing House: Motherhood, Intimacy, and Domestic Spaces in Julia Franck’s Fiction. Oxford: Peter Lang Publishers, 2012. Ward, Janet. Post-Wall Berlin: Borders, Space, and Identity. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. In: German Quarterly (Spring 2012), 372-373. Franck, Julia. “Writing from the Gaps: A Conversation with Julia Franck,” World Literature Today (May/June 2012), 52-55. (Interview.)

Andrew Guest Social and Behavioral Sciences “Screaming U-S-A! (and Other Imagined Things): Us versus Them at South Africa 2010,” In Alegi, Peter and Chris Bolsmann, eds. Africa’s World Cup: Critical Reflections on Play, Patriotism, Spectatorship, and Space (148-158). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. (2013)

Sr. Angela Hoffman, O.S.B, Chemistry Hoffman, A., C. Gendron-Herndon, “Throwdown in the great northwest! How we engaged students with a little friendly competition between science departments.” InChemistry 21:23-24, (2013). “How to design a scientific poster.” InChemistry 20:16, (2012). Samuel Holloway, Business Administration Peter S. Whalen and Samuel S. Holloway (2012). “Traditional Marketing Planning Is Wrong For Your New Venture.” Harvard Business Review – HBR.org blog post, 10/25/2012. Ian D. Parkman, Samuel S. Holloway, and Helder Sebastiao (2012). “Creative Industries: Aligning Entrepreneurial Orientation And Innovation Capacity.” Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship 14(1). Aziz Inan, Engineering “Howard Vollum’s 100th Birthday,” Upbeat, University of Portland Community News, May 27, 2013. “Happy 100th Birthday, Paul Erdo˝s!,” (expanded version), Mathematics Newsletter, Vol. 23, Issue No. 4, pp. 268-269, Ramanujan Mathematical Society, Thiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India, March 2013. “Happy 100th Birthday, Paul Erdo˝s, Hungarian Mathematician,” The Budapest Sun, Budapest, Hungary, March 26, 2013. “Happy Birthday, Paul Erdo˝s!,” Plus Magazine, Millenium Mathematics Project, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 27 March 2013.

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“Getting numerical with Ramanujan,” The Hindu, Chennai, Madras, India, February 25, 2013. “Happy 100th Birthday, Rosa Parks!,” posted on Twitter by science and society writer Dan Vergano, USA Today, February 4, 2013. “Franklin Math Puzzlers,” Franklin Gazette, Vol. 22, No. 2, p. 7 (five math puzzles), Friends of Franklin, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, Winter 2012-2013. “Happy 93 Birthday, Donald P. Shiley,” Donald P. Shiley School of Engineering website, University of Portland, Portland, Oregon, January 18, 2013. rd

“Ben Franklin’s 307 th Birthday Possesses a Unique Numerical Property,” Franklin Gazette, Vol. 22, No. 2, p. 2, Friends of Franklin, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, Winter 2012-2013. “December 21, 2012 possesses ‘cryptic’ prime properties,” published in M. Stevenson, “Mayan Doomsday’ a no-show; now just a good excuse to party?,” katu.com (KATU News), December 21, 2012.

Aziz Inan Engineering “Mystery number,” Plus Magazine, Millenium Mathematics Project, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom, December 6, 2012.

Inan, A. S., Kumar, M., “12/12/12 and the Myriad of Number Patterns in Dates,” Smithsonian.com (Smithsonian Magazine), December 12, 2012. “Mystery number,” Plus Magazine, Millenium Mathematics Project, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom, December 6, 2012. “125th-Birthday Gift for Srinivasa Ramanujan,” Mathematics Newsletter, Vol. 22, Issue No. 3, pp. 239-240, Ramanujan Mathematical Society, Thiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India, December 2012. “Mahatma Gandhi’s 143 palindrome birthday is special,” The Beacon, Vol. 114, Issue No. 6, p. 12, University of Portland, Portland, Oregon, October 4, 2012. rd

“Mahatma Gandhi’s 143rd palindrome birthday is special,” India West, p. A6, San Leandro, California, October 12, 2012. “Happy 100th birthday to David Packard and other numbers: Other voices,” Los Altos Town Crier, Los Altos, California, September 12, 2012. “Franklin Math Puzzlers,” Franklin Gazette, Vol. 22, No. 1, p. 11 (three math puzzles), Friends of Franklin, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, Fall 2012. “The 236th Birthday of America Possesses “Magical” Prime Powers,” Franklin Gazette, Vol. 22, No. 1, p. 9, Friends of Franklin, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, Fall 2012. Sharon Jones, Engineering Sanford Bernhardt, K., S.A. Jones, M. Kennedy, K. Lantz, J. Pfaffmann, C. Ruebeck. “Multi-Source Data Collection for Modeling Sustainability of Water Systems in Developing Countries,” Engineering Sustainability 2013: Innovation and the Triple Bottom Line, Pittsburgh, PA, April 2013. Michelfelder, D., S. A. Jones. “Sustaining Engineering Codes of Ethics for the Twenty-First Century,” Journal of Science and Engineering Ethics, 19(1) 2013. Jones, S.A., A. Abseen, N. Stacey, L. Weir. “A Life-Cycle Approach to Improve the Sustainability of Rural Water Systems in Developing Countries,” Challenges: Special Issue “Challenges in Industrial Ecology”, 3(2) 2012. Julie Kalnin, Education Kalnin, J.S., Morrell, P.D., & Sahnow, S. “Reexaming the role of short-term workshops for professional development in science.” 2013 Conference Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education (2013). Mark Kennedy, Engineering Sanford Bernhardt, K., S.A. Jones, M. Kennedy, K. Lantz, J. Pfaffmann, C. Ruebeck. “Multi-Source Data Collection for Modeling

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Sustainability of Water Systems in Developing Countries,” Engineering Sustainability 2013: Innovation and the Triple Bottom Line, Pittsburgh, PA, April 2013. Jeff Kerssen-Griep, Communication Studies “Mentoring faculty colleagues.” Journal of the Association for Communication Administration, 31:2, 149-151 (2012). Kerssen-Griep, J., & Witt, P. L. “Instructional feedback II: How do instructor immediacy cues and facework tactics interact to predict student motivation and fairness perceptions?” Communication Studies, 63, 498-517 (2012). Steve Kolmes, Environmental Science Steven A. Kolmes and Russell A. Butkus, “Setting Water Quality Standards and Postnormal Science.” Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 55:3 (2013). Steven A. Kolmes and Russell A. Butkus, “Water Quality Standards: A Scientific and Theological-Ethical Analysis,” Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 54 (6): 17-28 (2012). Lars Larson, English Review: Secret Histories: Reading Twentieth-Century American Literature by David Wyatt (Johns Hopkins UP, 2010) Western American Literature 46.4 (2012): 451-453. Ellen Lippman, Business Administration “Accountants and the Holocaust,” included in Critical Histories of Accounting: Sinister Inscriptions in the Modern Era, Fleischman, Walker, and Funnell (editors), Routledge, Taylor & Francis, August 2012 (with P. Wilson, University of Puget Sound). Laura McLary, International Languages and Cultures “Friederike Mayröcker, Heiligenanstalt. Trans. Rosemarie Waldrop.” International Poetry Review 38:2. Fall 2012. 74-5. Mark Meckler, Business Administration “Alternative Fuel and Energy Production in Aruba: A Case Study.” The Journal of Business Case Studies, Volume 8, Number 4, July/ August 2012, pp. 361-376. Joane Moceri, Nursing “Bias in the nursing workplace: Implications for Latino(a) nurses.” Journal of Cultural Diversity, 19(3), 94-101 (2012). Martin Monto, Social and Behavioral Sciences Monto, Martin A., and Christine Milrod. “Ordinary or Peculiar Men? Comparing the Customers of Prostitutes With a Nationally Representative Sample of Men.” International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology (2013). Int J Offender Ther Comp Criminol. Print Edition in Press. Online Edition Published March 22, 2013 0306624X13480487 (2013). Milrod, Christine, and Martin A. Monto. “The Hobbyist and the Girlfriend Experience: Behaviors and Preferences of Male Customers of Internet Sexual Service Providers.” Deviant Behavior 33, no. 10: 792-810 (2012). Patricia Morrell, Education “‘I have, who has’ for pre-service teachers.” The Oregon Science Teacher, 54(3), 21-24 (2013). Kalnin, J.S., Morrell, P.D., & Sahnow, S. “Reexaming the role of short-term workshops for professional development in science.” 2013 Conference Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education. Morrell, P.D. & O’Connell, K. “Results of using a teacher as researcher PD model for climate change.” 2013 Conference Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education. Deborah Munro, Engineering “Work in Progress: Hands-on Biomechanics Lab for Undergraduate Universities.” Conference Proceedings 2012. Frontiers in Education, October 3-6, Seattle, WA. pp 1-6. Print and online.


Patrick Murphy, Performing and Fine Arts “Boris Tikhonovich Kozhevnikov: A Biographical Portrait,” IGEB Mitteilungsblatt 39, no. 1 (March 2013): 8-12. Chad O’Lynn, Nursing “Men working as rural nurses: Land of opportunity.” In C. A. Winters (Ed.) Rural nursing: Concepts, theory, and practice (4th ed. pp. 259-274). New York: Springer (2013). “Negotiation of constructed gender among rural male caregivers.” In C. A. Winters (Ed.) Rural nursing: Concepts, theory, and practice (4th ed. pp. 173-204). New York: Springer (2013). Rasmussen, A. D., O’Lynn, C. E., & Winters, C. A. “Beyond the Symptom-Action-Timeline Process: Explicating the Health-NeedAction Process.” In C. A. Winters (Ed.) Rural nursing: Concepts, theory, and practice (4th ed. pp. 141-159). New York: Springer.

s.j. Collegivelle, MN: The Liturgical Press 2011. In: Worship 87 (2013) 88-90. Maximilian Schlosshauer, Physics M. Schlosshauer, J. Kofler, and A. Zeilinger, “The interpretation of quantum mechanics: from disagreement to consensus?,” Annalen der Physik 525, A51 (2013). “Agreeing to disagree,” Physics World 26, 29 (2013). M. Schlosshauer and A. Fine, “Implications of the Pusey–Barrett– Rudolph quantum no-go theorem,” Physical Review Letters 108, 260404 (2012).

Winters, C. A., Thomlinsion, E. H., O’Lynn, C., Lee, H. J., McDonagh, M. K., Edge, D. S., & Reimer, M. A. “Exploring rural nursing theory across borders.” In C. A. Winters (Ed.) Rural nursing: Concepts, theory, and practice (4th ed. pp. 35-48). New York: Springer. A man’s guide to a nursing career. New York: Springer (2013). “Comparison between the Portland Model Dedicated Education Unit in acute care and long-term care settings in meeting medical-surgical nursing course outcomes: A pilot study.” Geriatric Nursing. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gerinurse.2013.01.001 (2013). John Orr, English “How to Think.” Portland Magazine. Vol. 31, No. 3 (Autumn 2012): 17. Pamela Potter, Nursing “Energy therapies in advanced practice oncology: an evidenceinformed practice approach.” Journal of Advanced Practice Oncology, 4:3, 139-151 (2013). Frisch, N.C. & Potter. “Nursing Theories.” In Mary Blaszco Helming, Cynthia C. Barre, Karen Avino and Deborah Shields (Eds.), AHNA Core Curriculum for Holistic Nursing, 2nd Ed. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishers (2013). Potter, P. & Frisch, N.C. “Holistic Caring Process.” In Mary Blaszco Helming, Cynthia C. Barre, Karen Avino and Deborah Shields (Eds.), AHNA Core Curriculum for Holistic Nursing, 2nd Ed. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishers (2013). Anissa Rogers, Social and Behavioral Sciences Human Behavior in the Social Environment. (3rd Ed.) NY: Routledge, 2013. Hash, K., & Rogers, A. (2013). Clinical practice with older LGBT clients: Overcoming lifelong stigma through strength and resilience. Journal of Clinical Social Work. (DOI) 10.1007/s10615013-0437-2. “Mental health services for elders.” In E. Capezuti, G. Siegler, and M. D. Mezey (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Elder Care: The Comprehensive Resource on Geriatric and Social Care (3rd ed.). New York: Springer Publishing Company (2013). Bryan Rookey, Social and Behavioral Sciences Stern, Michael J., Ipek Bilgen, and Bryan D. Rookey. 2012. “Toward Understanding Response Sequence in Check-All-That-Apply Web Survey Questions: A Research Note with Results from ClientSide Paradata and Implications for Smartphone Question Design.” Survey Practice 5(4). Rookey, Bryan D., Lena Le, Margaret Littlejohn, and Don A. Dillman. 2012. “Understanding the Resilience of Mail-Back Survey Methods: An Analysis of Twenty Years of Change in Response Rates to National Park Surveys.” Social Science Research 41(6):1401-14. Rev. Richard Rutherford, C.S.C., Theology Book Review: Standing Together in the Community of God: Liturgical Spirituality and the Presence of Christ. By Paul A. Janowiak

Helder Sebastiao, Business Administration Ian D. Parkman, Samuel S. Holloway, and Helder Sebastiao (2012). “Creative Industries: Aligning Entrepreneurial Orientation And Innovation Capacity.” Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship 14(1). David Sheridan, Biology Sheridan DC, Spiro DM, Nguyen T, Koch TK, Meckler GD. “LowDose Propofol for the Abortive Treatment of Pediatric Migraine in the Emergency Department.” Pediatr Emerg Care. 2012 Dec;28 (12):1293-6. Craig Swinyard, Mathematics Swinyard, C., & Larsen, S. (2012). What Does it Mean to Understand the Formal Definition of Limit?: Insights Gained from Engaging Students in Reinvention. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 43, 4, 465-493. Peter Thacker, Education (Ed.). Oregon English Journal, Theme: Old Literacies, New Literacies. 35 #1. “The secondary desk: What does it mean to be a literate reader/ writer?” ORAcle. “The secondary desk: moving beyond failure.” ORAcle, 29, #1, 11-12. Eugene Urnezius, Chemistry Chuong, R.; Luck, K. A.; Luck, R. L.; Nguyen, L. P.; Phan, D.; Pignotti, L. R.; Urnezius, E.; Valente, E. J., Ditopic ligands featuring [P,S], [P,P] or [P,B] chelating pockets housed on a protected o-hydroquinone core. Journal of Organometallic Chemistry 2013, 724, 45-50. Edward Valente, Chemistry Chuong, R.; Luck, K. A.; Luck, R. L.; Nguyen, L. P.; Phan, D.; Pignotti, L. R.; Urnezius, E.; Valente, E. J., Ditopic ligands featuring [P,S], [P,P]

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or [P,B] chelating pockets housed on a protected o-hydroquinone core. Journal of Organometallic Chemistry 2013, 724, 45-50. Tammy VanDeGrift, Engineering Dennis Bouvier, Tzu-Yi Chen, Gary Lewandowski, Robert McCartney, Kate Sanders, and Tammy VanDeGrift. User Interface Evaluation by Novices. In the Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, July 2012.

Min Yu, Business Administration Nagurney, A., Yu, M., Masoumi, A.H., Nagurney, L.S., 2013. Networks Against Time: Supply Chain Analytics for Perishable Products, Springer, New York, NY. Yu, M., Nagurney, A., 2013. “Competitive food supply chain networks with application to fresh produce.” European Journal of Operational Research 224(2), 273-282.

Presentations Ami Ahern-Rindell, Biology Bailey D., Ahern-Rindell A. “Characterization of the Full-length GLB1 cDNA Synthesized via mRNA Isolated from Normal and GM1-Affected Sheep Fibroblasts to Investigate Possible DiseaseCausing Mutations,” Sigma Xi Regional Research Symposium, April 2013, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon. Diep V., Ahern-Rindell A. “The Investigation of Galactose as a Potential Chemical Chaperone for Beta-Galactosidase from Fibroblasts in an Ovine Model of GM1-Gangliosidosis,” Sigma Xi Regional Research Symposium, April 2013, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon. Rodan W., Ahern-Rindell A. “Analysis of Ovine Beta-Galactosidase from Normal and GM1-Gangliosidosis Affected Sheep,” Sigma Xi Regional Research Symposium, April 2013, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.

Jacqueline Waggoner, Education Wollert, R., Waggoner, J., Smith, J. (2012). Federal internet child pornography offenders (CPOs) do not have florid offense histories and are unlikely to recidivate. In B. K. Schwartz & Civic Research Institute, Inc. (Eds.). The sex offender: Current trends in policy and treatment practice. Vol. 7. 2.1-2.21. Carroll, J. B., Waggoner, J., & Weitzel, B. N. (2012). National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) institutional report. University of Portland, School of Education. Matthew Warshawsky, International Languages and Cultures Review of God’s Jury: the Inquisition and the Making of the Modern World, by Cullen Murphy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2012. HaLapid: Journal of the Society for Crypto-Judaic Studies 25-26.12 (2013): 93-95. “Out of the Shadows and onto the Syllabus: The Iberian World through Jewish, Crypto-Jewish, Converso, and Morisco Perspectives.” Journal of Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian Crypto Jews 4 (2012): 73-87.

Guro B., Ahern-Rindell A. “Fluorometric Analysis of Alpha-Neuraminidase Activity in Normal and GM1-Gangliosidosis Affected Ovine Fibroblasts with the Protease Inhibitor Leupeptin,” Sigma Xi Regional Research Symposium, April 2013, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon. Ellyn Arwood, Education “Visual Thinkers,” Swindell’s Child Center, Providence, May 9, 2013. “Visual Learning in an Auditory World,” 2013 Special Education Conference: Challenges and Innovations from Infancy to 12th grade. Seattle, WA, March 6 & 7. Singh, N. 1, Koebner, I. 1, Young, H. 2, Arwood, E. 3, Chou, R. 4, Herr, K. 5, Murinson, B. 6, Watt-Watson, J. 7, Mongoven, J. 2, and Fishman, S. 1, “Core Pain Management Competencies for Health Professional Students,” Western Institute of Nursing (WIN). California, April 10-12, 2013. “The Visual Brain,” Hello Foundation, Portland, OR, April 11, 2013. “World of English,” Video Greeting. China. (PRC). Reported in China Daily (2013-03-14). In the university there is a simulated town of English, March, 2013.

John Watzke, Education Chamness Miller, P., Watzke, J. L. & Mantero, M. (Eds.) (2012). Readings in Language Studies, Volume 3: Language and Identity. Lakewood Ranch, FL: International Society for Language Studies, Inc. ISBN 978-0-9779114-5-5

“Behavior and Language,” 2013 Special Education Conference: Challenges and Innovations from Infancy to 12th grade. Seattle, WA, March 8.

Bruce Weitzel, Education Carroll, J. B., Waggoner, J., & Weitzel, B. N. (2012). National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) institutional report. University of Portland, School of Education.

“Learning is a Social Justice Issue,” 16th Annual Conference of the Oregon Association of Teacher Educators (ORATE), Portland, Oregon, February 22, 2013. Presenters: Arwood, E., Gillaspy, C., and Duffett, J.

Zia Yamayee, Engineering “Making the Continuous Improvement Process Sustainable”, Zia A. Yamayee, 2013 ABET Symposium with Conference Capture, original date: April 13, 2013 10:30.

“Learning to See Creativity from a Language Perspective,” Portland, OR, February 23, 2013. ASHA CEU workshop.

“Making the Continuous Improvement Process Sustainable”, Zia A. Yamayee, 2013 ABET Symposium, Portland, Oregon, April 12-13, 2013.

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Lum K., Ahern-Rindell A. “Evaluation of Lactose as Possible Pharmocological Chaperone for Beta-Galactosidase Activity in GM1-Affected Ovine Fibroblasts,” Sigma Xi Regional Research Symposium, April 2013, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.

“Reading and Writing is a Language Learning Process,” Portland, OR, January 26, 2013. Presentation with Bonnie Robb for ASHA CEUs. “The Language of Learning to Behave: Strategies and Intervention,” ASHA National Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, November 17, 2012. Co-presented with C. Kaulitz.


“Special Needs, Special Parents,” 11/06/2012 Part I. “Neuroscience and its applications for educating students with special needs,” Part II, 11/20/2012 (interviewer Dr. Phyllis Egby) kmuz. org/podcasts/#needs. “Learning to Behave is a Neuro-Semantic Process,” Portland, OR, November 10, 2012. Workshop for ASHA CEUs. “Thinking is More than the Mind’s Eye,” Portland, OR, October 27, 2012. Workshop for ASHA CEUs. “Neuro-Auditory Processing: Brain and Language,” Dallas, Texas, October 19 & 20, 2012. Workshop co-presented with Kerry Ormson, Carole Kaulitz, and Mabel Brown, ASHA CEU approved. Arwood, E. & Hood, S. “Media Literacy: Thinking is More Than Doing,” OAtS Conference, University of Portland. October 26, 2012. “Let’s Think about Seeing Ideas,” Portland, OR, September 22, 2012. Workshop co-presented with Alyse Rostamizadeh. Approved for ASHA CEUs. “Core competencies: Shift in Paradigm from Teaching to Learning,” Interprofessional Pain Summit, Sacramento, CA, August 3 & 4, 2012. “Behavior and Learning,” National Autism Society Conference, San Diego, CA, July 28, 2012. Co-presented with Carole Kaulitz. Herman Asarnow, English Invited Poetry Reading, Milwaukie Poetry Series (6th season), February 13, 2013, The Pond House, Milwaukie, Oregon. Invited Poetry Reading, Featured Poet, William Stafford Birthday Celebration, January 29, 2013, St. Johns Library, Portland, Oregon. William Barnes, Business Administration Barnes, W., Heath, R., Fletcher, C. V., Lovejoy, J., & McClellan (November, 2012). “Occupy: Theories and Methods Intersect Around Romantic, Functional, & Critical Perspectives of the Movement: A Content Analysis of the Newspaper Coverage of Occupy Portland.” Presented at the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL. “‘Occupy’ in an Age of Economic Fragility.” For panel session, “Occupy: Theories and Methods Intersect Around Romantic, Functional, & Critical Perspectives of the Movement,” NCA 98th Annual Convention, Orlando Florida, November 2012. “Sustainability at the University of Portland” for Panel Session “Teaching Sustainability Across the Curriculum,” Sixth Annual Business and Sustainability Conference, Portland State University, November 2012. Barbara Braband, Nursing “Challenges in the Translation of Research in the Final DNP Project,” Western Institute of Nursing Conference, Anaheim, CA, April 11-13, 2013. “Innovative Inter-professional Population Health Classroom Strategy: Neighborhood-based Partnership with North Portland Community Health Workers,” Oregon Public Health Association Annual Conference, Corvallis, OR, Oct. 8, 2012.

Association for Environmental Studies and Science, Annual Meeting, Santa Clara University, June 2012, “Toxic water, Toxic Fish, and Tribal Communities.” Robert Butler, Environmental Science “Great Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquakes: From Ghost Forests and Turbidites to New Insights from Tohoku 2011 and EarthScope,” Department of Geology, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO. “Engaging Novice Earth Science Learners in EarthScope Science: Lessons from Tohoku for Cascadia,” Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO. “Engaging Novice Earth Science Learners in EarthScope Science,” Department of Geological Sciences, University of Alaska at Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. “Engaging Novice Earth Science Learners in EarthScope Science,” US Geological Survey, Anchorage, AK. “Engaging Novice Earth Science Learners in EarthScope Science,” Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA. “Engaging Novice Earth Science Learners in EarthScope Science,” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC. “Engaging Novice Earth Science Learners in EarthScope Science,” Department of Geological Sciences, University of Florida, in Gainesville, FL. “Engaging Novice Earth Science Learners in EarthScope Science,” University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Amherst, MA. “Great Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquakes: From Ghost Forests and Turbidites to New Insights from EarthScope,” Amherst College, Amherst, MA. “Teachers on the Leading Edge Earth Science Education Resources,” Oregon Science Teachers Association, Salem, OR. “Engaging Novice Earth Science Learners in EarthScope Science,” Department of Geology, Portland State University. “Engaging Novice Earth Science Learners in EarthScope Science,” Millersville University, Lancaster, PA. Hannah Callender, Mathematics “Comparison of physical activity assessment tools: Interdisciplinary Research with Undergraduates,” University of Portland Faculty Development Day, May 7, 2013, Portland, OR.

Kathy Crabtree Nursing “DNP Post-Master’s Program and DNP Projects.” Presented to faculty at Michigan State University in East Lansing, May 2, 2013. Commencement Address at Michigan State University, May 4, 2013. “Implications of Diverse Policies for Awarding Graduate Credit in DNP Programs.” Presented April 24, 2013 at NONPF annual conference in Pittsburgh, PA.

“Assessment of Tools for Objective Measurement of Physical Activity,” Lewis and Clark College Mathematics Colloquium Series, February 6, 2013, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR. “Analyzing Early Dynamics in Cellular Motility, Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research,” November 9-11, 2012, St. Louis, MO. “Comparison of Physical Activity Assessment Tools,” University of Portland Mathematics Colloquium Series, September 5, 2012, University of Portland, Portland, OR. “Comparison of Physical Activity Assessment Tools,” Illinois State University Mathematics Colloquium Series, August 31, 2012, Illinois State University, Normal, IL.

“An Inter-professional Classroom Strategy: Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” Association of Community Health Nurse Educators (ACHNE) Annual Institute, Portland, OR, June 8, 2012.

“Assessing Beliefs and Content Knowledge in First Semester Biocalculus,” Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Annual Meeting, July 9-13, 2012, Minneapolis, MN.

“A Dedicated Education Unit (DEU) with School Nursing,” Association of Community Health Nurse Educators (ACHNE) Annual Institute, Portland, OR, June 8, 2012.

Invited panelist for session on Biomath Programs at Small Colleges and Universities, Making Biomath Happen Conference, June 13-15, 2012, Tucson, AZ.

Russell Butkus, Theology Association for Environmental Studies and Science, Annual Meeting, Santa Clara University, June 2012, “Strategic Interdisciplinarity: Theology, Environmental Science, and Current Environmental Issues.”

Michael Cameron, Theology “Electing the New Pope,” presented at the Breakfast Forum of Terwilliger Plaza Senior Residence. James Carroll, Education Carroll, J. B., Waggoner, J., Merk, H., & Weitzel, B. N. (2013, April). “Professional Dispositions and Tertiary Prevention: Avoiding

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the 90/90 Rule.” American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. Merk, H., Waggoner, J., Carroll, J., Weitzel, B. & Watzke, J. (2013). “Co-Learning: Maximizing Learning in Clinical Experience.” Paper presented at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), Orlando, FL. Waggoner, J., Carroll, J. B., Merk, H., Weitzel, B. N., & Watzke, J. (2013, February). “Professional dispositions tertiary prevention: Avoid suffering.” American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education annual conference, Orlando Florida. Merk, H., Waggoner, J., Carroll, J. B., Weitzel, B. N. (2013, February). “Assessing Liberal Arts Perspectives in Graduate Education Preparation.” Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges of Teacher Education Conference, Orlando Florida.

Sr. Carol Dempsey O.P., Theology “Where Have All the Flowers Gone? Creation, Evolution, and the Ecological Crisis,” an invited keynote lecture delivered to the faculty, students, and general public at the University of St. Thomas, Miami, Florida.

Richard Christen, Education “The Practical Penmanship of Benjamin Franklin Foster: Handwriting, Business, and Identity in the Antebellum United States,” History of Education Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, November 2012. “The Exchange of Handwriting Systems Between Great Britain and the United States, 1830-1850.” International Standing Conference for the History of Education (ISCHE) Annual Meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, July 2012. Rev. Jeffrey Cooper, C.S.C., Theology “Healing Our Divided Vision: Meister Eckhart’s Spirituality for Seeing and Being in the World.” Lecture given for the Tuesdays at the Cathedral Series, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Portland, Oregon, March 5, 2013. “Spirituality and the Teacher: Keeping the Ideal Real.” Lecture given to the Pacific Alliance for Catholic Education students at the School of Education, the University of Portland, Portland, Oregon, Summer Session 2012. “Stillness and Light: Retranslating Meister Eckhart’s ‘Spark’ through a Hesychastic Lens.” Paper presentation given at the annual meeting of the College Theology Society, San Antonio, Texas, June 2012. Kathy Crabtree, Nursing “DNP Post-Master’s Program and DNP Projects.” Presented to faculty at Michigan State University in East Lansing, May 2, 2013. Commencement Address at Michigan State University, May 4, 2013. “Implications of Diverse Policies for Awarding Graduate Credit in DNP Programs.” Presented April 24, 2013 at NONPF annual conference in Pittsburgh, PA. Warner, J. Moceri, J., Stillwell, S., Potter, P. and Crabtree, K. “Health & Healing Informing DNP Practice & Self-Care: Seven Years’ Experience.” Poster presented April 22, 2013 at Western Institute of Nursing annual conference in Anaheim, CA. Brown, M.A. and Crabtree, K. “A Paradigm Shift in DNP Programs and a Win–Win Strategy for Preparing Practice Scholars.” Paper presented by Crabtree at AACN Doctoral Forum. Jan.26, 2013 in San Diego, CA. Crabtree, K. & Napolitano, M. “Guiding DNP Practice change Projects for post BSN and post-MS NP Students.” Presented Jan. 26, 2013 at AACN Doctoral Forum, San Diego, CA. “DNP Projects.” Power point presentation to faculty and administrators at Colorado State University, Pueblo, CO as part of a consultation on DNPprogram development. Sr. Carol Dempsey, O.P., Theology “The Bible Anew: Biblical Themes for Life in the Twenty-First Century,” a week of invited lectures delivered at the Maryknoll Mission Institute, Maryknoll, NY.

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“Jeremiah 14:1-9: From Drought to Starvation; A National Experience, A Global Reality” for the College Theology Society, Omaha, NE. “Spreading the Faith: Our Vocation and Mission” (3 lectures), St. Anthony Catholic Church, Tigard, OR. “Entering the Mystery: Job and the Silence of God” and “Enter the Mystery: Grace, Revelation, and Jesus,” two invited presentations at the Religious Education Congress, Anaheim, CA. “Where Have All the Flowers Gone? Creation, Evolution, and the Ecological Crisis,” an invited keynote lecture delivered to the faculty, students, and general public at the University of St. Thomas, Miami, Florida. “God, Community, and Hospitality of Heart” (4 lectures) Westminster Presbyterian Church, Portland, OR. “The Poetic Artistry of Jeremiah: A Response” for the Society of Biblical Literature National Conference, Chicago, IL. “Religious Life and Its Call to Be Prophetic” for the National Conference on Religious Life, Colorado Springs, Colorado. “Reading the Bible, Transforming Conflict: A New Pedagogical Model for Theology, Praxis, and the Spirituality of Learning” with Elayne Shapiro, Ph.D. for the National College Theology Society Conference, San Antonio, TX. “Israel’s Prophets in Their Ancient and Contemporary Worlds,” a series of lectures on the Prophets at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, IL. Heather Dillon, Engineering “Life Cycle Assessment of Light Emitting Diodes.” Presented at the PSU Graduate Research Seminar Series. Portland OR. April 2013. Andrew Downs, Social and Behavioral Sciences Van Hoomissen, J., Downs, A., Julka, D., & Lafrenz, A. “Comparison between self-perception and accelerometer measured physical activity patterns in college students.” Poster presented at the European College of Sports Sciences in Bruges, Belgium, July (2012). Todd Easton, Business Administration “Testing estimates of housing cost differences among U.S. metropolitan areas,” at the International Atlantic Economic Society in Montreal, Canada. Maria Echenique, International Languages and Cultures “The Aymara Culture of the Bolivian Andes.” Teaching Latin America Youth Forum, organized by the World Affairs Council of Oregon, Portland, December 3, 2012. Terry Favero, Biology “USA Soccer: Advantages and disadvantages of the youth and college development systems.” Liverpool John Moores University. Liverpool, England. March 22, 2013. Howard Feldman, Business Administration “Collaboration for Social Impact: Social Entrepreneurship and the Moreau Center for Service and Leadership,” at the 4th Annual AshokaU Conference, Feb. 23, 2013, San Diego. Vail Fletcher, Communication Studies Barnes, W., Heath, R., Fletcher, C. V., Lovejoy, J., & McClellan, “Occupy: Theories and Methods Intersect Around Romantic, Functional, & Critical Perspectives of the Movement: A Content Analysis of the Newspaper Coverage of Occupy Portland.” Presented at the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL (November, 2012). Fletcher, C. V., Lovejoy, J., & Stohr, R. “Theorizing the Characteristics of Postmodern Citizenship: A Thematic Analysis of Civic Engagement in a Virtual Global Public Sphere.” Presented at the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL (November, 2012).


Lauretta Frederking, Political Science “The Politics of Emergency and Suspicion: The Post 9/11 Arab and Muslim American Experience,” Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics, University of Oregon, Speaker Series: The Borders Within: Immigrants, Race, and the Politics of Surveillance and Enforcement in the United States. Symposium. April 7-9, 2013. “Racialized Immigration Policy in the Post-9/11 Era: A Case Study of Arab Muslim Immigrants in the United States” The Social Science History Association, Vancouver, B.C. November 1-4, 2012. Richard Gritta, Business Administration “Recipe for a Bubble: Financial Leverage and the Other Variables Behind the Housing Crisis—A Teaching Note.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences in Las Vegas, February 25, 2011. Naveen Gudigantala, Business Administration “A Study of the Compensatory and Non-Compensatory Decision Support on the Top-100 US E-commerce Websites,” presented at the Western Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Albuquerque, NM, March 15, 2013. Andrew Guest, Social and Behavioral Sciences Discussant for a panel at the biennial meetings of the Society for Psychological Anthropology, San Diego, CA. April 4-7 (2013). Renee Heath, Communication Studies Barnes, W., Heath, R., Fletcher, C. V., Lovejoy, J., & McClellan, “Occupy: Theories and Methods Intersect Around Romantic, Functional, & Critical Perspectives of the Movement: A Content Analysis of the Newspaper Coverage of Occupy Portland.” Presented at the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL (November, 2012).

Ireland. Presentation was to Guinness Global Brand Team, a division of Diageo Brands, Ireland. “Partly True and Partly Rhetorical: Conceptualizing Firm Images of Authenticity.” 2013 Academy of Marketing Science Conference, Monterey Bay, CA. “Examining Value Chain Innovation in Microbreweries.” Invited Lecture in Odense, Denmark. Co-Sponsored by Danish Ministry for Science and Education and the University of Southern Denmark. “Brewing Success in a Crowded Market.” Panel discussion of marketing strategy in the craft beer industry, hosted at Widmer Bros. Brewing by the University of Portland HIVE & Center for Entrepreneurship. Sharon Jones, Engineering Sanford Bernhardt, K., S.A. Jones, M. Kennedy, K. Lantz, J. Pfaffmann, C. Ruebeck. “Multi-Source Data Collection for Modeling Sustainability of Water Systems in Developing Countries,” Engineering Sustainability 2013: Innovation and the Triple Bottom Line, Pittsburgh, PA, April 2013. Deana Julka, Social and Behavioral Sciences Van Hoomissen, J., Downs, A., Julka, D., & Lafrenz, A. “Comparison between self-perception and accelerometer measured physical activity patterns in college students.” Poster presented at the European College of Sports Sciences in Bruges, Belgium, July (2012).

Gregory Hill, Mathematics “Aiming for Transformation,” Systems Mapping Workshop, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada. “Market Based Conservation in Borneo,” Orangutan Species Survival Plan Annual Meeting, Oregon Zoo, Portland, OR. “Scenario Mapping and the Multi-Stakeholder Process for Salmon Recovery,” Resilience Scenario Mapping Workshop, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada. Alexandra Hill, International Languages and Cultures “Making German Relevant: An Alternative to the Challenge of Coverage.” 9th Annual Research Symposium at the Centre for Intercultural Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., 3 May 2013. “Multicultural Melodrama: The Turkish-German Mother in Contemporary German Film.” German Studies Association, Milwaukee, WI, 4-7 October 2012. Angela Hoffman, Chemistry Michielsen, B., A. Hoffman, “Searching for an insecticidal compound from a yew tree extract,” 21st Regional Conference on Undergraduate Research, Murdock Trust, Oct 26-27, Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA (2012). Plunkett-de la Cruz, S., A. Hoffman, “Comparing Molecules from Dandelion Leaves and Roots,” 23rd Annual Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering Symposium, August 17, 2012. Nzaniye, F., A Hoffman, “Investigating Medicinal targets against Cancer from a Japanese Yew,” 23rd Annual Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering Symposium, August 17, 2012. Hoffman, A, M. Dibblee, “Celebrating chemistry in Portland at NORM 2011,” Northwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, (NORM 2012) Boise ID, June 24-27, 2012. Samuel Holloway, Business Administration “Brand Community, Enchantment, and the Soul of Beer.” Invited Presentation at Guinness world headquarters, Dublin,

Julie Kalnin, Education Kalnin, J.S., Morrell, P.D., & Sahnow, S. “Reexaming the role of short-term workshops for professional development in science.” Paper presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education, Charlotte, SC (2013, January). Mark Kennedy, Engineering Sanford Bernhardt, K., S.A. Jones, M. Kennedy, K. Lantz, J. Pfaffmann, C. Ruebeck. “Multi-Source Data Collection for Modeling Sustainability of Water Systems in Developing Countries,” Engineering Sustainability 2013: Innovation and the Triple Bottom Line, Pittsburgh, PA, April 2013. Steve Kolmes, Environmental Science “Setting Water Quality Standards in the USA: A Scientific and Ethical Analysis.” Biology and Environmental Sciences Department Seminar, Troy University, April 2013.

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“The Sustainable Campus.” Earth Week Seminar, Troy University, April 2013.

annual meeting of the Western States Communication Association, in Reno, NV, February 2013.

“Toxic water, Toxic Fish, and Tribal Communities.” Association for Environmental Studies and Science, Annual Meeting, Santa Clara University, June 2012.

Jennette Lovejoy, Communication Studies Barnes, W., Heath, R., Fletcher, C. V., Lovejoy, J., & McClellan. “Occupy: Theories and Methods Intersect Around Romantic, Functional, & Critical Perspectives of the Movement: A Content Analysis of the Newspaper Coverage of Occupy Portland.” Presented at the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL, November 2012.

“Strategic Interdisciplinarity: Theology, Environmental Science, and Current Environmental Issues.” Association for Environmental Studies and Science, Annual Meeting, Santa Clara University, June 2012. Matthew Kuhn, Engineering “Discrete Element Modeling of Soils as Granular Materials,” Oregon State University, January 17, 2013. “Entropy measures for the micro-topology of dense granular flow,” Gordon Research Conference on Granular and GranularFluid Flow, Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina, July 22-27, 2012. Matthew R. Kuhn, Hannah D. Renken, and Austin D. Mixsell, “Exploring liquefaction behavior of sand with discrete element simulations,” 2012 Joint Conference of the Engineering Mechanics Institute and 11th ASCE Joint Specialty Conference on Probabilistic Mechanics and Structural Reliability (EMI/PMC 2012), South Bend, Indiana, June 17-20, 2012. Matthew R. Kuhn, Austin D. Mixsell, and Hannah D. Renken, “Simulating undrained loading of sand with the discrete element method,” 2012 Joint Conference of the Engineering Mechanics Institute and 11th ASCE Joint Specialty Conference on Probabilistic Mechanics and Structural Reliability (EMI/PMC 2012), South Bend, Indiana, June 17-20, 2012.

Fletcher, C. V., Lovejoy, J., & Stohr, R. “Theorizing the Characteristics of Postmodern Citizenship: A Thematic Analysis of Civic Engagement in a Virtual Global Public Sphere.” Presented at the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL (November, 2012). Shannon Mayer, Physics S. K. Mayer, M. B. Kienlen, N. T. Holte, H. A. Dassonville, A. M. C. Dawes, K. D. Iversen, and R. M. McLaughlin, “Generation of coherent blue light in rubidium: An advanced undergraduate laboratory,” Northwest Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics (NWAMO) Undergraduate Research Poster Session, University of Portland, Portland, OR, Nov. 2012. S. K. Mayer, M. B. Kienlen, N. T. Holte, H. A. Dassonville, A. M. C. Dawes, K. D. Iversen, and R. M. McLaughlin, “Generation of coherent blue light in rubidium: An advanced undergraduate laboratory,” 14th Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society Northwest Section, Poster Session, Vancouver, Canada, Oct. 2012. Laura McLary, International Languages and Cultures “Communities, Cultures, Connections: Making Second-Language Learning Relevant,” Outstanding Teaching Award 2012 presentation, University of Portland, 5 April 2013. “’Die lichte Vorbedeutung eines Dunkels’: Ludwig von Ficker’s Christian Vision of a Post-World War I Brenner,” presenter, Pacific Ancient and Modern Languages Association (PAMLA), Seattle University, Seattle, WA October 2012. Hillary Merk, Education Waggoner, J. & Merk, H. “Cyberbullying? Sexting? Tips and Techniques for (summer) Cyber Safety.” Invited presentation at the La Salle Catholic College Preparatory Teen Topic Talks, Milwaukie, OR (2013, May). Carroll, J. B., Waggoner, J., Merk, H., & Weitzel, B. N. “Professional Dispositions and Tertiary Prevention: Avoiding the 90/90 Rule.” American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA (2013, April). Merk, H., Waggoner, J., Carroll, J., Weitzel, B. & Watzke, J. “CoLearning: Maximizing Learning in Clinical Experience.” Paper presented at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), Orlando, FL (2013).

Andrew Lafrenz, Biology Van Hoomissen, J., Downs, A., Julka, D., & Lafrenz, A. “Comparison between self-perception and accelerometer measured physical activity patterns in college students.” Poster presented at the European College of Sports Sciences in Bruges, Belgium, July (2012). Lars Larson, English “The West without Us: Poetics of Abandoned Infrastructure across Time.” Western Literature Association Conference, Nov. 9, 2012, Lubbock, TX. Bohn Lattin, Communication Studies Simmons, B. “A Demonstration of Moderated Debate: A New Form of Debate for the 21st Century.” Paper presented at the

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Merk, H., Waggoner, J., Carroll, J. B., Weitzel, B. N. “Assessing Liberal Arts Perspectives in Graduate Education Preparation.” Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges of Teacher Education Conference, Orlando Florida (2013, February). Waggoner, J., Carroll, J. B., Merk, H., Weitzel, B. N., & Watzke, J. “Professional dispositions tertiary prevention: Avoid suffering.” American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education annual conference, Orlando Florida (2013, February). Joane Moceri, Nursing Warner, J. Moceri, J., Stillwell, S., Potter, P. and Crabtree, K. “Health & Healing Informing DNP Practice & Self-Care: Seven Years’ Experience.” Poster presented April 22, 2013 at Western Institute of Nursing annual conference in Anaheim, CA. Martin Monto, Social and Behavioral Sciences “Who are the Customers of Prostitutes? Implications for Public Policy.” Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Western Society


of Criminology in Berkeley, CA, February 2013. (Invited Presidential Session). “The Every Man or the Peculiar Man? New Research on The Motives and Misconceptions Surrounding Customers of Prostitutes.” Presented at the 9th Annual Human Trafficking, Prostitution and Sex Work Conference, Toledo, OH, September 2012. Monto, Martin A. and Christine Milrod. “Ordinary or Peculiar Men? Comparing the Customers of Prostitutes with NationallyRepresentative Samples of Men.” Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association in Denver, CO, August 2012. Patricia Morrell, Education “What’s on Your Plate?” Presentation to Kappa Delta Pi, University of Portland, Portland, OR (2013, April). Lee, K., Morrell, P.D., Schepige, A., & Carr, K. “An international comparison of the preparation and certification of secondary science teachers.” Paper presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Oregon Association of Teacher Educators, Portland, OR (2013, February). Morrell, P.D. & O’Connell, K. “Results of using a teacher as researcher PD model for climate change.” Paper presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education, Charlotte, SC (2013, January). Kalnin, J.S., Morrell, P.D., & Sahnow, S. “Reexaming the role of short-term workshops for professional development in science.” Paper presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Association for Science Teacher Education, Charlotte, SC (2013, January). Nelson, P., Kennedy, R., O’Connell, K., Hunter, N., Rumage, J., Swafford, J., Hemel, J., Yang, Z., Cohen,W., & Morrell, P. “Making remote-sensing relevant in the classroom: A model for researcherteacher partnerships through authentic research experiences.” Poster presented at the 2012 International ForestSAT Conference. Corvallis, OR (2012, September). “Using a Teacher/Researcher Model of Professional Development to Help Teachers Learn and Teach about Climate Change.” Invited presentation to the faculty of the University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia (2012, July). Deborah Munro, Engineering “Work in Progress: Hands-on Biomechanics Lab for Undergraduate Universities.” Frontiers in Education, October 3-6, Seattle, WA. Patrick Murphy, Performing and Fine Arts “Defining the Soviet Symphony for Wind Orchestra.” Paper presented at the International Congress of the International Society for the Promotion and Research of Wind Music, Coimbra, Portugal, July 12-17, 2012. Meike Niederhausen, Mathematics “Comparison of physical activity assessment tools: Interdisciplinary Research with Undergraduates,” University of Portland Faculty Development Day, May 7, 2013, Portland, OR. “Assessment of Tools for Objective Measurement of Physical Activity,” Lewis and Clark College Mathematics Colloquium Series, February 6, 2013, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR. “Comparison of Physical Activity Assessment Tools,” University of Portland Mathematics Colloquium Series, September 5, 2012, University of Portland, Portland, OR. “Comparison of Physical Activity Assessment Tools,” Illinois State University Mathematics Colloquium Series, August 31, 2012, Illinois State University, Normal, IL. Chad O’Lynn, Nursing “Men in Nursing: Launching and maximizing careers in nursing.” Mission College, Santa Clara, CA (2013, March). “Clinical faculty coordinator development and adaptation of

the Portland Model DEU to long-term care settings.” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/ New Jersey Nursing Initiative. Princeton, NJ (2013, February). “Aromatherapy for sleep and relaxation.” Student Services, University of Portland, Portland, OR. John Orr, English “Doubling or Duplicity: The Politics of Henry Adams’s Invisibility.” American Literature Association Conference. Boston, May 25, 2013. “Scenes of Reading, Sites of Context: Listening to Henry Adams’s Marginalia.” Communication Studies Colloquium Series. University of Portland. March 27, 2013. “Marginalia in the Library of Henry Adams: Sites of Contestation.” Writers and Their Libraries: an International Conference. Institute of English Studies, University of London. London, England. March 16, 2013. Valerie Peterson, Mathematics “Special Cube Complexes and State Complexes,” 47 th Spring Topology and Dynamics Conference, Hartford, CT. “Finding Topology in a Factory,” University of Portland Mathematics Colloquium; Portland, OR. “Geometry, Topology, Group Theory, and Killer Robots,” Fresno State University Mathematics Colloquium, Fresno, CA. “Cube Complexes in Geometric Group Theory,” Park City Mathematics Institute Summer program on Geometric Group Theory; Park City, UT. Pamela Potter, Nursing Warner, J. Moceri, J., Stillwell, S., Potter, P. and Crabtree, K. Health & Healing Informing DNP Practice & Self-Care: Seven Years’ Experience. Poster presented April 22, 2013 at Western Institute of Nursing annual conference in Anaheim, CA (2013). Lisa Reed, Business Administration “Supreme Court Approves Private Resale of International Edition Textbooks” at the Annual Conference of the Pacific Northwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Seattle, WA, April 18-20, 2013. (Co-authored with James Jurinski).

Lisa Reed Business Administration “Supreme Court Approves Private Resale of International Edition Textbooks” at the Annual Conference of the Pacific Northwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Seattle, WA, April 18-20, 2013. (Co-authored with James Jurinski).

Kathleen Regan, International Languages and Cultures “The Discovery, Recovery and Restoration of the Medieval Synagogue in Ubeda, Spain.” Presentation to the Jewish Federation of Eugene, Oregon. Anissa Rogers, Social and Behavioral Sciences Hash, K. M., Tower, L. E., Floyd-Pickard, M., Moore, C., Poole, J., & Rogers, A. “Exploring Innovative Experiential Learning Activities in Aging.” Workshop presented at the Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC (2013, March). “Shaping Interprofessional Practice of Hartford Alumni to Improve the Health of Older Adults.” Panel presentation at the 65th Annual Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, November 14-18, SanDiego, CA. “Engaging Undergraduate Students in Gerontological Social Work: Challenges and Successes.” Paper presented with a symposium on BSW experiential learning at the 65th Annual Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, November 14-18, San Diego, CA. Bryan Rookey, Social and Behavioral Sciences “Applications of a spatial approach in criminology and criminal justice research.” Presentation at the Oregon Criminal Justice Research Conference, Oregon Department of Corrections, Salem, OR (September 5-6, 2012). Stern, Michael J. and Bryan D. Rookey. “The Politics of New Media, Space, and Race: A Socio-Spatial Analysis of the 2008 Presidential Election.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Denver, CO, August 2012.

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Maximilian Schlosshauer, Physics “The Decoherence Prism,” Invited speaker at the Decoherence and Friends conference, Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, May 20–23, 2013. “Are Quantum States Really Real?,” Invited speaker, Physics Colloquium, Department of Physics, University of Oregon, April 18, 2013. “Are Quantum States Really Real?,” Invited speaker, Physics Colloquium, Department of Physics, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon, November 12, 2012. Elayne Shapiro, Communication Studies “Reading the Bible, Transforming Conflict: A New Pedagogical Model for Theology, Praxis, and the Spirituality of Learning” for the National College Theology Society Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Maximilian Schlosshauer Physics “The Decoherence Prism,” Invited speaker at the Decoherence and Friends conference, Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, May 20–23, 2013.

David Sheridan, Biology “Diagnostic Testing and Treatment of Pediatric Headache in the Emergency Department.” 2013 Pediatric Academic Society Meeting. May 4-7, 2013. Washington, D.C. Brian Simmons, Communication Studies “A Demonstration of Moderated Debate: A New Form of Debate for the 21st Century”. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Western States Communication Association, in Reno, NV, February 2013.

Eugene Urnezius, Chemistry “Binucleating Ligands based on Phosphine-appended Hydroquinones,” Inorganic Chemistry Symposium Celebrating the 70th Birthday of Prof. John Ellis, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, May 18, 2013. “Binucleating ligands based on phosphine-appended hydroquinones: A rewarding challenge.” Guest lecture at the Department of Chemistry, Vilnius University, Lithuania. Dec. 19, 2012. Celia Gendron-Herndon, Eugenijus Urnezius, “Synthetic models for di-cobalt sites in biological systems: coordination chemistry of bulky phosphinate ligands towards Co(II) sources,” Murdock Undergraduate Research Conference, Whitman College, October 26-27, 2012. Paul Entzminger, Eugenijus Urnezius, “Water clusters and extended hydrogen-bonded networks in copper p-quinone/ tetraoxolene complexes,” Murdock Undergraduate Research Conference, Whitman College, October 26-27, 2012. Rose Chuong, Lillian P. Nguyen, Eugenijus Urnezius, “Coordination Compounds for Long Range Electron Transfers,” Murdock Undergraduate Research Conference, Whitman College, October 26-27, 2012.

Susan Stillwell, Nursing Warner, J. Moceri, J., Stillwell, S., Potter, P. and Crabtree, K. “Health & Healing Informing DNP Practice & Self-Care: Seven Years’ Experience.” Poster presented April 22, 2013 at Western Institute of Nursing annual conference in Anaheim, CA (2013).

Edward Valente, Chemistry Paul Entzminger, Eugenijus Urnezius, “Water clusters and extended hydrogen-bonded networks in copper p-quinone/ tetraoxolene complexes,” Murdock Undergraduate Research Conference, Whitman College, October 26-27, 2012.

Craig Swinyard, Mathematics Martin, J., & Swinyard, C. “Realistic Mathematics Education.” Presentation at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Research on Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Special Interest Group of MAA. Denver, CO, February 2013.

Rose Chuong, Lillian P. Nguyen, Eugenijus Urnezius, “Coordination Compounds for Long Range Electron Transfers,” Murdock Undergraduate Research Conference, Whitman College, October 26-27, 2012.

“Guided Reinvention: From the Laboratory to the Classroom.” Invited Presentation at the University of Idaho Mathematics Colloquium Series. Moscow, ID, September 2012. Oehrtman, M., Martin, J., Swinyard, C., & Fisher, B. “Supporting Students’ Reinvention of Formal Limit Definitions.” Presentation at the 2012 MathFest - Annual Summer Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America. Madison, WI, August 2012. Mojtaba Takallou, Engineering “Improving Safety Features of Local Roads and Streets.” Presented at the Professional Engineers of Oregon Annual Conference, Grants Pass, OR, May 2013. “Highway Safety.” Presented at the American Public Works Association (APWA) Conference, Seaside, OR, April 2013. “Highways, Roads and Streets Safety for Non-Engineers.” Conducted three workshops for the political subdivisions of cities and Counties at various locations throughout the State of Oregon, October 2012-March 2013. “Challenges, Strategies and Obligations of Law Enforcement Agencies for the 21st Century”. Conducted two workshops for the Law Enforcement Agencies’ personnel in the city of Portland on January 2013 and city of Bend on March 2013. “Improving safety Features of Highways, Local Roads and Streets,” Conducted 16 workshops for Cities, Counties and Oregon Department of Transportation employees at various locations throughout the State of Oregon. October 2012-April 2013. Peter Thacker, Education “Becoming Literate in the Disciplines.” Oregon Council of Teachers of English (OCTE) Conference, Ashland, OR.

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“Thematic Power Points: A Visual Entry to Language Arts Units.” Oregon Council of Teachers of English (OCTE) Conference, Wilsonville, OR.

Celia Gendron-Herndon, Eugenijus Urnezius, “Synthetic models for di-cobalt sites in biological systems: coordination chemistry of bulky phosphinate ligands towards Co(II) sources,” Murdock Undergraduate Research Conference, Whitman College, October 26-27, 2012. Jacquie Van Hoomissen, Biology “Comparison of physical activity assessment tools: Interdisciplinary Research with Undergraduates,” University of Portland Faculty Development Day, May 7, 2013, Portland, OR. “Assessment of Tools for Objective Measurement of Physical Activity,” Lewis and Clark College Mathematics Colloquium Series, February 6, 2013, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR. “Comparison of Physical Activity Assessment Tools,” University of Portland Mathematics Colloquium Series, September 5, 2012, University of Portland, Portland, OR. “Comparison of Physical Activity Assessment Tools,” Illinois State University Mathematics Colloquium Series, August 31, 2012, Illinois State University, Normal, IL. Van Hoomissen, J., Downs, A., Julka, D., & Lafrenz, A. “Comparison between self-perception and accelerometer measured physical activity patterns in college students.” Poster presented at the European College of Sports Sciences in Bruges, Belgium, July, 2012. Tammy VanDeGrift, Engineering Bonnie MacKellar, Margaret Menzin, Marc Smith, and Tammy VanDeGrift. “Computer Scientists Put the Informatics into Bio, Health, and Medical Informatics Education.” Presentation (BOF) at the ACM Symposium for the Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (ACM SIGCSE), Denver, CO, March 2013.


Jacqueline Waggoner, Education Waggoner, J. & Merk, H. “Cyberbullying? Sexting? Tips and Techniques for (summer) Cyber Safety.” Invited presentation at the La Salle Catholic College Preparatory Teen Topic Talks, Milwaukie, OR (2013, May).

John Watzke, Education Waggoner, J., Carroll, J. B., Merk, H., Weitzel, B. N., & Watzke, J. “Professional dispositions tertiary prevention: Avoid suffering.” American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education annual conference, Orlando Florida (2013, February).

Carroll, J. B., Waggoner, J., Merk, H., & Weitzel, B. N. “Professional Dispositions and Tertiary Prevention: Avoiding the 90/90 Rule.” American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA (2013, April).

Merk, H., Waggoner, J., Carroll, J., Weitzel, B. & Watzke, J. “CoLearning: Maximizing Learning in Clinical Experience.” Paper presented at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), Orlando, FL (2013).

Wollert, R. W., & Waggoner, J. “Partially specified actuarial tables and the poor performance of Static-99R,” American PsychologyLaw Society Conference, Portland, Oregon (2013, March).

“Clinical Preparation and Partnerships: What We’ve Done, Where We’re Going, What We Need.” Invited presentation at the NCATECAEP State Alliance for Clinical Educator Preparation and Partnerships Conference in St. Louis, MO, October 18-19, 2012.

Waggoner, J., Carroll, J. B., Merk, H., Weitzel, B. N., & Watzke, J. “Professional dispositions tertiary prevention: Avoid suffering.” American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education annual conference, Orlando Florida (2013, February). “MAT poster presentations of in-progress capstone action research projects,” Annual Oregon Association of Teacher Educators Conference, Portland, OR (2013, February). Merk, H., Waggoner, J., Carroll, J. B., Weitzel, B. N. “Assessing Liberal Arts Perspectives in Graduate Education Preparation.” Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges of Teacher Education Conference, Orlando Florida (2013, February). Burke, S., & Waggoner, J. “Flipping the chemistry classroom and its effects on student achievement.” Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii (2013, January). Merk, H., Waggoner, J., Carroll, J., Weitzel, B. & Watzke, J. “CoLearning: Maximizing Learning in Clinical Experience.” Paper presented at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), Orlando, FL (2013). Burke, S., & Waggoner, J. “Flipping the chemistry classroom and its effects on student achievement.” Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii (2013, January). Joanne Warner, Nursing Warner, J. Moceri, J., Stillwell, S., Potter, P. and Crabtree, K. “Health & Healing Informing DNP Practice & Self-Care: Seven Years’ Experience.” Poster presented April 22, 2013 at Western Institute of Nursing annual conference in Anaheim, CA. Matthew Warshawsky, International Languages and Cultures Presented the following four lectures on the topic of “Jews, Conversos, and Crypto-Jews in Iberia and the Americas” as scholar in residence at Weekend in Quest, an event organized by the Institute for Judaic Studies of the Pacific Northwest, March 1-3, in Astoria, OR: “Convivencia and Conflict: The Three Cultures of Medieval Iberia;” “The Gathering Storm: How the ‘King’s Jews’ Became Expendable;” “Jews and Conversos in the Conquest of the Americas and Crypto-Jews in the Shadow of the Colonial Inquisition;” and “Treasures of a Remnant Culture: Jewish and Converso Perspectives in Spanish Literature post1492, and Crypto-Judaism in the American Southwest Today.” “Defenses of Conversos (Ex-Jewish Catholics) in the Conversionary Texts of Spanish Monks of Pre-1492 Spain.” 110th Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA) Conference, Seattle, October 19-21, 2012. “Undaunted and Unending faith: Crypto-Jewish Women Spanning the Era of Inquisitorial Prosecution in Colonial Mexico (1590s- 1650s).” Grupo de Estudios sobre la Mujer en España y las Américas (pre-1800s) (GEMELA) Conference, Portland, OR, September 13-15, 2012. “Jewish Otherness in the Law and Literature of Medieval Spain.” 22nd Annual Society for Crypto-Judaic Studies Conference, Albuquerque, NM, July 22-24, 2012.

Bruce Weitzel, Education Carroll, J. B., Waggoner, J., Merk, H., & Weitzel, B. N. “Professional Dispositions and Tertiary Prevention: Avoiding the 90/90 Rule.” American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA (2013, April). Merk, H., Waggoner, J., Carroll, J., Weitzel, B. & Watzke, J. “CoLearning: Maximizing Learning in Clinical Experience.” Paper presented at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), Orlando, FL (2013). Waggoner, J., Carroll, J. B., Merk, H., Weitzel, B. N., & Watzke, J. “Professional dispositions tertiary prevention: Avoid suffering.” American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education annual conference, Orlando Florida (2013, February). Merk, H., Waggoner, J., Carroll, J. B., Weitzel, B. N. “Assessing Liberal Arts Perspectives in Graduate Education Preparation.” Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges of Teacher Education Conference, Orlando Florida (2013, February). Warren Wood, Chemistry Victoria Li, Edward J. Valente, Eric Barklis, and Warren J. L. Wood. “New Route to Synthesize Sultam Thioureas.” Murdock College Science Research Program, Whitman College, WA, Oct. 26th, 2012. Zia Yamayee, Engineering “Making the Continuous Improvement Process Sustainable,” 2013 ABET Symposium, Portland, Oregon, April 12-13. “Making the Continuous Improvement Process Sustainable,” 2013 ABET Symposium with Conference Capture, May.

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Min Yu, Business Administration “Multiproduct humanitarian healthcare supply chains: A network modeling and computational framework,” the INFORMS Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, October 14-17, 2012.

Internal Gr ants Ami Ahern-Rindell, Biology Summer Science Student Scholars with Kylie Leffler ’14, Colin Ritter ’14, and Brady Dieter ’14, College of Arts and Sciences, $7,000, May 2013.

Genevieve Brassard, English “15th Annual Space Between and Modernist Studies Association (MSA) Conferences,” Butine Award, $1,100, Spring 2013. Jeffrey Brown, Biology Summer Science Student Scholars with Rachel Van Nes ’14 and Patrick Throckmorton ’14, College of Arts and Sciences, $7,000, May 2013. Hannah Callender, Mathematics “Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology,” Butine Award, $1,291, Spring 2013.

Eric Anctil, Education “Case Study: iPads and Elementary Teachers,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13.

Richard Christen, Education “International Standing Conference for History of Education (ISCHE) Annual Meeting,” Butine Award, $830, Spring 2013.

Ellyn Arwood, Education Co-Investigator, “E-portfolios in the Diverse Learners Program,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13.

David De Lyser, Performing and Fine Arts “Premier Public Performance of Original, Commissioned Musical Composition,” Butine Award, $1,390, Fall 2012.

Amy Beadles-Bohling, Biology Summer Science Student Scholars with Megan Gadda ’14, Dayna Okumura ’14, and Kylie Pybus ’14, College of Arts and Sciences, $7,000, May 2013.

Heather Dillon, Engineering Co-Investigator, “Advancement of Finite Element Analysis & Computational Fluid Dynamics,” Butine Award, $5,288, Fall 2012.

Elena Bernard, Business Administration “Creating a Hybrid Learning Environment with Online Forums,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13.

Laurie Dizney, Biology Summer Science Student Scholars with Madelyn Voelker ’14, College of Arts and Sciences, $3,500, May 2013. Karen Eifler, Education “ED 536 Student Teaching Seminar Online,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13. Mark Eifler, History Summer Student Scholars, College of Arts and Sciences, $2,000, May 2013. Mike Eom, Business Administration “Online MBA Course: BUS 542 Systems Analysis and Design,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13 Terry Favero, Biology “Technology Enhanced Learning in the Sciences,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13. Howard Feldman, Business Administration Co-Investigator, A LinkUP Community Engagement Grant: “ASHOKA 2013 - Using Social Entrepreneurship as a Tool for Civic Engagement and Social Change,” Moreau Center for Service and Leadership, $5,000, January 2013. Vail Fletcher, Communication Studies Summer Student Scholars, College of Arts and Sciences, $2,000, May 2013. “I. Occupy Portland and II. Virtual Public Sphere and Global Citizenship,” Butine Award, $3,000, Fall 2012. Co-Investigator, “Examination of Online Academic Discourses,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13.

Barbara Braband, Nursing Co-Investigator, “Presentation at Critical Perspectives in Nursing and Healthcare International Conference,” School of Nursing Terry Misener Memorial Fund Award, $2,500, April 2013. “North Portland Community Partnership Support,” School of Nursing Terry Misener Memorial Fund Award, $3,000, January 2013. Co-Investigator, “CISGO Seed Grant: Exploring the process of cultural competency development during overseas trips,” International Studies and Global Outreach Collaborative, $858, January 2013. “Creating a Shared Future of Nursing Research, Practice, and Education Conference,” Butine Award, $1,300, Fall 2012.

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Bradley Franco, History “A Bishop and His City: Siena’s Episcopal Statutes of 1336,” Butine Award, $3,250, Fall 2012. Alice Gates, Social and Behavioral Sciences Summer Student Scholars with Yuri Hernandez ’15, College of Arts and Sciences, $2,000, May 2013. Christopher Hallstrom, Mathematics Summer Science Student Scholars with Grayson Penfield ’14, College of Arts and Sciences, $3,500, May 2013. Nicole Hanig, Performing and Fine Arts “Song Fest,” Butine Award, $3,250, Fall 2012. Alexandra Hill, International Languages and Cultures “The 9th Annual Symposium of the Centre for International Language Studies (CILS),” Butine Award, $225, Spring 2013.


Co-Investigator, “CISGO Seed Grant: Best Practices for Small Undergraduate German Programs,” International Studies and Global Outreach Collaborative, $500, January 2013. Molly Hiro, English Summer Student Scholars with Cerice Keller ’14, College of Arts and Sciences, $2,000, May 2013. Sr. Angela Hoffman, O.S.B., Chemistry Summer Science Student Scholars with Corinne Hester ’14, College of Arts and Sciences, $3,500, May 2013.

mination Project,” School of Nursing Terry Misener Memorial Fund Award, $1,000, December 2012. Kathleen O’Reilly, Biology “Seabirds in New Zealand,” Butine Award, $3,000, Fall 2012. Mary Oakes, Nursing “Blended Learning in Nursing: Combining Virtual Learning and Simulation (Second Life),” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13.

“Assay for Predicting Cancer Cell Culture Activity and Enhancing Fungal Taxol Production,” Butine Award, $3,000, Fall 2012.

John Orr, English “Writers and Their Libraries Conference,” Butine Award, $1,380, Fall 2012.

Sally Hood, Education Co-Investigator, “E-portfolios in the Diverse Learners Program,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13.

Mary Pate, Nursing “Infomatics Online,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13.

Kevin Jones, Social and Behavioral Sciences Summer Student Scholars with Lauren Mucha ’15, College of Arts and Sciences, $2,000, May 2013.

Valerie Peterson, Mathematics Summer Science Student Scholars with Sebastian Bozlee ’14 and Sean Galvin ’15, College of Arts and Sciences, $6,300, May 2013.

Jim Jurinski, Business Administration “Pacific Northwest Academic of Legal Studies in Business (PNALSB) Annual Conference,” Butine Award, $250, Spring 2013.

“47 th Spring Topology and Dynamics Conference,” Butine Award, $490, Spring 2013.

Lars Larson, English “Investing in Place: Northwest Literature through a Spatial Lens,” Butine Award, $3,000, Fall 2012. Bohn Lattin, Communication Studies Summer Student Scholars, College of Arts and Sciences, $2,000, May 2013. “Northwest Communication Conference,” Butine Award, $860, Spring 2013. Lora Looney, International Languages and Cultures Summer Student Scholars, College of Arts and Sciences, $2,000, May 2013. Jennette Lovejoy, Communication Studies “Adhering to Content Analysis Standards in Communication Journalism,” Butine Award, $3,000, Fall 2012. Co-Investigator, “Examination of Online Academic Discourses,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13. Laura McLary, International Languages and Cultures Co-Investigator, “CISGO Seed Grant: Best Practices for Small Undergraduate German Programs,” International Studies and Global Outreach Collaborative, $500, January 2013. “Ludwig von Ficker’s Christian Vision of a Post-World War I Brenner,” Butine Award, $3,000, Fall 2012. Joane Moceri, Nursing Co-Investigator, “CISGO Seed Grant: Exploring the process of cultural competency development during overseas trips,” International Studies and Global Outreach Collaborative, $858, January 2013. “A Study of the Relationship between an International Nursing Immersion Experience in East India and the Development of Cultural Competence,” Butine Award, $2,000, Fall 2012. Deborah Munro, Engineering Primary Investigator, “Advancement of Finite Element Analysis & Computational Fluid Dynamics,” Butine Award, $5,288, Fall 2012. V. Dakshina Murty, Engineering Co-Investigator, “Advancement of Finite Element Analysis & Computational Fluid Dynamics,” Butine Award, $5,288, Fall 2012. Meike Niederhausen, Mathematics “Teaching Math and Statistics with an iPad,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13. Chad O’Lynn, Nursing “Teaching Intimate Touch Principles and Competencies: Disse-

Pamela Potter, Nursing “Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) Certificate Program,” Butine Award, $1,200, Fall 2012. Kate Regan, International Languages and Cultures “Digital Storytelling to Build Foreign Language and Cultural Proficiencies,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13. Anissa Rogers, Social and Behavioral Sciences “Using iPads and Apps to Help Students Learn Research Methods,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13.

Stephanie Salomone Mathematics Primary Investigator, “Noyce Scholars and Interns Program at the University of Portland,” National Science Foundation, $1,197,866, August 2012.

Anne Santiago, Political Science “CISGO Seed Grant: Land Leases in Uganda,” International Studies and Global Outreach Collaborative, $500, January 2013. “When the Flocks do not Follow: Modernization versus Traditional Approaches to Agriculture and Land Policy in Uganda,” Butine Award, $3,250, Fall 2012. Maximilian Schlosshauer, Physics Summer Science Student Scholars with Tangereen Bailey Claringbold ’15 and Chase Calvi ’14, College of Arts and Sciences, $7,000, May 2013. Susan Stillwell, Nursing “Ipads for Electronic Health Records,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13. Craig Swinyard, Mathematics “Special Interest Group of the Mathematical Association of America-Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education (SIGMAA-RUME) Annual National Conference,” Butine Award, $770, Spring 2013. Tammy VanDeGrift, Engineering “School of Engineering Resource Site for Engineering and Computer Science Professions,” Academic Technology Roundtable Award, $2,000, 2012-13. Edward Valente, Chemistry Summer Science Student Scholars with Katie Schloesser V14, College of Arts and Sciences, $3,500, May 2013. Jacqueline Waggoner, Education “American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) and Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education (AILACTE) Conferences,” Butine Award, $1,500, Spring 2013. Matthew Warshawsky, International Languages and Cultures “Survival of a Hidden Minority: Crypto-Jews and Inquisitorial Prosecution in Colonial Latin America,” Butine Award, $3,000, Fall 2012.

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Laura McLary International Languages and Cultures COFLT Honor Roll for Outstanding Teaching at the University Level, Confederation in Oregon for Language Teaching, October 2012.

Christine Weilhoefer, Biology Summer Science Student Scholars with Kristen Jakstis ’16, Isabelle Nguyen ’16, and Deanna Williams ’15, College of Arts and Sciences, $10,500, May 2013.

Hillary Merk, Education Co-Investigator, “Noyce Scholars and Interns Program at the University of Portland,” National Science Foundation, $1,197,866, August 2012.

Kaye Wilson-Anderson, Nursing Co-Investigator, “Presentation at Critical Perspectives in Nursing and Healthcare International Conference,” School of Nursing Terry Misener Memorial Fund Award, $2,500, April 2013.

Martin Monto, Social and Behavioral Sciences Co-Investigator, “Avon Foundation Healthy Relationship Campus Program,” Avon Foundation for Women, $5,000, March 2013.

“Health and Perceived Needs of Rural Women of East India,” School of Nursing Terry Misener Memorial Fund Award, $1,500, February 2013.

Patricia Morrell, Education Co-Investigator, “Noyce Scholars and Interns Program at the University of Portland,” National Science Foundation, $1,197,866, August 2012.

“Empowerment: Its Influence on Healthcare for Women in Southeast India” with Sarah Olson ’13, Whitney Raffle ’13, and Aimee Smith ’13, School of Nursing Terry Misener Memorial Fund Award, $600, February 2013.

Chad O’Lynn, Nursing Co-Investigator, “Teaching Intimate Touch Principles and Competencies: Dissemination Project,” Sigma Theta Tau International, $2,000, October 2012.

Co-Investigator, “CISGO Seed Grant: Exploring the process of cultural competency development during overseas trips,” International Studies and Global Outreach Collaborative, $858, January 2013.

Peter Osterberg, Engineering MOSIS Educational Program (MEP) funding of student-designed IC’s for 2012-2013 Sr. Design Projects, MOSIS Educational Program, $2,000, August 2012.

“Health and Perceived Needs of Rural Women of East India,” Butine Award, $2,000, Fall 2012.

Stephanie Salomone, Mathematics Primary Investigator, “Noyce Scholars and Interns Program at the University of Portland,” National Science Foundation, $1,197,866, August 2012.

Blair Woodard, History “Intimate Enemies: U.S. and Cuban Visual Diplomacy, 1945-2000,” Butine Award, $3,250, Fall 2012. “Intimate Enemies: U.S. and Cuban Visual Diplomacy,” Butine Award, $1,180, Spring 2013.

Ex ternal Gr ants Amy Beadles-Bohling, Biology Co-Investigator, “Noyce Scholars and Interns Program at the University of Portland,” National Science Foundation, $1,197,866, August 2012. Robert Butler, Environmental Science “Collaborative Research: Featuring EarthScope in Coastal Cascadia Earthquake and Tsunami Hazards Education,” National Science Foundation, $625,000, March 2013. Bruce Conkle, Performing and Fine Arts “Project Grant for Tree Clouds,” Regional Arts & Culture Council, $5,400, December 2012. Timothy Doughty, Engineering Co-Investigator, “Noyce Scholars and Interns Program at the University of Portland,” National Science Foundation, $1,197,866, August 2012. Sr. Angela Hoffman, O.S.B., Chemistry Research support for two SEED I students for summer 2013, American Chemical Society/Petroleum Research Fund, $5,000, April 2013. “Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering: Plant and natural products biochemistry,” Saturday Academy, $3,200, March 2013. Sharon Jones, Engineering Primary Investigator, “Increasing Retention in Engineering & Computer Science,” National Science Foundation, $446,307, May 2013. Co-Investigator, “Noyce Scholars and Interns Program at the University of Portland,” National Science Foundation, $1,197,866, August 2012. Lorretta Krautscheid, Nursing Co-Investigator, “Teaching Intimate Touch Principles and Competencies: Dissemination Project,” Sigma Theta Tau International, $2,000, October 2012. Tara Maginnis, Biology Murdock Life Science Research Grant, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, $59,500, March 2013.

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Maximilian Schlosshauer, Physics “Revolutionizing Quantum Mechanics Teaching Through Quantum Information,” Foundational Questions Institute Mini-Grant, $3,500, May 2013. Mojtaba Takallou, Engineering “Safety Features for Local Roads and Streets,” Oregon Department of Transportation, $150,000, August 2012. Jacquie Van Hoomissen, Biology Co-Investigator, “Noyce Scholars and Interns Program at the University of Portland,” National Science Foundation, $1,197,866, August 2012. Tammy VanDeGrift, Engineering Co-Investigator, “Increasing Retention in Engineering & Computer Science,” National Science Foundation, $446,307, May 2013.

Internal Awards Brian Adams, Business Administration “Issues in Finance: Planning a Financial Ethics Symposium” with Colin Mahoney ’15, Dundon-Berchtold Applied Ethics Fellow, 2012-13. Russell Butkus, Theology Faculty Award for Outstanding Scholarship co-recipient, May 2013. Timothy Doughty, Engineering “Ethical Resources for Engineers: What To Do When You Don’t Know What To Do” with Jordan Schiemer ’14, Dundon-Berchtold Applied Ethics Fellow, 2012-13. Karen Eifler, Education “Ethics from the Teaching Trenches: A Principled Framework for Differentiated Instruction” with Cady Anderson ’13, DundonBerchtold Applied Ethics Fellow, 2012-13. Deana Julka, Social and Behavioral Sciences “Ethical Issues Related to the Adoption of Physical Activity Programs in Various Social Settings” with Georgia Wilson ’13, Dundon-Berchtold Applied Ethics Fellow, 2012-13. Jeff Kerssen-Griep, Communication Studies “Exploring Ethics in Organizational Decision-Making Practices at the University of Portland” with Danielle Christensen ’13, Dundon-Berchtold Applied Ethics Fellow, 2012-13.


Steve Kolmes, Environmental Science Faculty Award for Outstanding Scholarship co-recipient, May 2013. Lorretta Krautscheid, Nursing “Micro-Ethical Decisions in Clinical Practice Settings: A Qualitative Investigation of Student Nurse Experiences” with Molly Brown ’14, Dundon-Berchtold Applied Ethics Fellow, 2012-13. Lars Larson, English Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching, May 2013.

William Curtis Political science, promoted to associate professor, tenured Andrew Nuxoll Engineering, promoted to associate professor, tenured Warren Wood Chemistry, promoted to associate professor, tenured Edward Valente Chemistry, tenured

John Orr, English James Culligan Award, May 2013. Kathleen Regan, International Languages and Cultures Deans’ Award for Faculty Leadership, May 2013. Jacquie Van Hoomissen, Biology “Ethical Issues Related to the Adoption of Physical Activity Programs in Various Social Settings” with Tiffany Chau ’13, Dundon-Berchtold Applied Ethics Fellow, 2012-13.

Ex ternal Awards Ellyn Arwood, Education Award for Continuing Education (ACE award), American SpeechLanguage Hearing Association, October 2012. Barbara Braband, Nursing Recognition for Establishment of First School Nursing DEU in the U.S., Multnomah Education Service District, June 2012. Robert Butler, Environmental Science 2013 Outstanding Educator in Higher Education, Oregon Academy of Science, March 2013. Michael Cameron, Theology Funding for Annual Seminar for University and Seminary Faculty (travel and lodging), United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D.C., June 2012. Bruce Conkle, Performing and Fine Arts Artist in Residence, Mongolia: EcoBaroque land art project with Marne Lucas in the Gobi Desert, Land Art Mongolia 360°, September 2012.

Le adership

Artist in Residence, Lincoln City, Coast Time, 2012.

Barbara Braband, Nursing Research Committee, Association of Community Health Nurse Educators, June 2012 - Present.

Sr. Angela Hoffman, O.S.B., Chemistry Fellow of the American Chemical Society, American Chemical Society, August 2012. Steve Kolmes, Environmental Science Catholic Book Award for Faith and Science, 2012, Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada, July 2012. Lawrence Larsen, Performing and Fine Arts Meritorious Achievement Award for Scenic Design for Twelve Angry Jurors, Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, March 2013. Laura McLary, International Languages and Cultures COFLT Honor Roll for Outstanding Teaching at the University Level, Confederation in Oregon for Language Teaching, October 2012. Patricia Morrell, Education The Mary Rellegert Forestry Education Award, Oregon Department of Forestry and Oregon Natural Resources Education Program (ONREP), March 2013.

Promotions Elena Benard Business, promoted to associate professor, tenured James Carroll Education, promoted to professor

Ami Ahern-Rindell, Biology Chair, Characteristics of Excellence in Undergraduate Research Task Force, Council on Undergraduate Research, July 2012 - Present.

Hannah Callender, Mathematics Reviewer, Mathematical Biosciences, March 2013 - Present. Programming Chair, Mathematical and Computational Biology Special Interest Group of the Mathematical Association of America, January 2011 - Present. Michael Cameron, Theology Blind Reviewer, Book Manuscript, The Catholic University of America Press, January 2013 - Present. External Assessor for Project Funding, Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium, February 2013 - Present. Blind Reviewer, Article Manuscript, Irish Theological Quarterly, October 2012 - Present. Rev. Jeffrey Cooper, C.S.C., Theology Reviewer, “Anselm Academic Study Bible.” by Anselm Academic Publishing, August 2012 - December 2102. Peer Reviewer for College Theology Society annual journal: “Translating Religion” 2012, Society, July 2012 - Present. Kathy Crabtree, Nursing Task Force Writing White Paper on DNP for national standards presented in April 2013 at National conference, National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, January 2013 - Present.

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Doug Donkel, Philosophy Served as series editor for the SUNY (State University of New York Press) Book Series in Theology and Continental Thought, 2002-present. New Series Book Released: The Call to Radical Theology, by Thomas J.J. Altizer, ed by Lissa McCullough. Lauretta Frederking, Political Science Executive Secretary, Pacific Northwest Political Science Association, January 2013 - Present. Section Chair, Comparative Politics, Pacific Northwest Political Science Association, August 2012 - Present.

Lawrence Larsen, Performing and Fine Arts Roundtable Monitor at National Conference in Cambridge MA, National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST), March 2013 - June 2013. Reaccreditation Visiting Evaluator for Holy Cross College, National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST), November 2012 - Present. Jennette Lovejoy, Communication Studies Ad-hoc Reviewer, Communication Quarterly, April 2013 - Present. Laura McLary, International Languages and Cultures Modern Austrian Literature conference panel chair, Pacific Ancient and Modern Languages Association, May 2012 - Present. Stephanie Michel, Library Chair, Dudley Award Subcommittee, Association of College and Research Libraries Instruction Section, July 2012 - June 2013. Past Chair, Association of College and Research Libraries Instruction Section, July 2012 - June 2013. Joane Moceri, Nursing On-site Evaluator, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, May 2013 - Present. Patricia Morrell, Education Board member, Association for Science Teacher Education, January 2013 - January 2016. Chair, Professional Development Committee, Association for Science Teacher Education, January 2013 - May 2014. Chad O’Lynn, Nursing Dissertation Committee Member, University of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston, May 2007 - Present. Thesis Committee Member, Montana State University, College of Nursing, November 2011 - Present. Anissa Rogers, Social and Behavioral Sciences Pet therapy team, Pet Partners, October 2012 - May 2014.

Angela Hoffman, Chemistry Peer reviewer, PagePress: Drugs and Therapy Studies, July 2012 August 2013. Peer review of symposia proposed for 2014 AAAS national conference, American Association for the Advancement of Science, March 2013 - Present. Peer reviewer of five manuscript submissions, ACS: Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, July 2012 - Present. Review of LearnSmart for general chemistry, McGraw-Hill, March 2013 - Present. Peer reviewer of submitted manuscript, Elsevier: Revista Iberomericana de Micologia, February 2013 - Present. Review of chapters from Gilbert/Kirss/Foster/Davies Chemistry, 4th Edition, W.W. Norton & Company, December 2012 - Present. Peer reviewer of submitted manuscript, African Journal of Biotechnology, October 2012 - Present. Review of Voet, Voet, & Pratt Fundamentals of Biochemistry, 4th Edition, Wiley & Sons, May 2012 - Present. Sharon Jones, Engineering Advisory Board Member, Future Worlds, January 2013 - December 2013. Director, American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Environmental Division, July 2012 - June 2013. Program Evaluator, Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), September 2012 - Present. Steve Kolmes, Environmental Science Speaker at three evening environmental events, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, December 2012 - Present.

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Maximilian Schlosshauer, Physics Member of the International Advisory Committee, Conference “Time and Matter,” January 2012 - Present. Brian Simmons, Communication Studies Member of the Editorial Board, Pacific Northwest Journal of Undergraduate Research, September 2012 - Present. Chair of the Forensics and Instructional Communication Division, Northwest Communication Association, September 2010 - Present. Tammy VanDeGrift, Engineering Associate Editor, ACM Transactions on Computing Education, February 2013 - Present. Reviewer for ICER workshop 2013, International Computing Education Research Workshop, April 2013 - Present. Reviewer for SIGCSE 2013 and ITiCSE 2013 Conferences, ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education, September 2012 - Present. Reviewer for student scholarships to attend Grace Hopper Conference, Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology, June 2012 - Present. Jacqueline Waggoner, Education Dissertation Committee Member, Northeastern University, Boston, College of Professional Studies, April 2013 - June 2013. Member Program & Unit Review Team, Teachers Standards & Practices Commission, September 2010 - Present. Matthew Warshawsky, International Languages and Cultures Vice President for Programs, Society Crypto-Judaic Studies, February 2013 - July 2015.


John Watzke, Education Board of Directors, Saturday Academy, August 2012 - Present.

Tree Clouds. Autzen Gallery, Portland State University, Oregon: 2012.

Editor, Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, International Journal Published by Taylor & Francis, May 2007 - Present.

We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live. Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, Oregon and other venues during traveling exhibition: 2013-2015.

Zia Yamayee, Engineering Abstract reviewer for presentation at the 2013 Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) Symposium, 2013 ABET Symposium Program Committee, August 2012 - Present.

Consulting Ellyn Arwood, Education Presenter, Simulation using the SIMBaLL model, May 2012, University of Nevada, May 2013 - Present. Presenter, Applications of NLLT, Northwest Educational Service District, September 2012 - Present. James Carroll, Education Member Steering Committee, Oregon Teacher Work Sample Evaluation, Teachers Standards and Practices Commission, June 2012 - Present. Consultant, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, George Fox University, October 2012 - Present.

Working/Drawing. Fulton Street Gallery, Troy, NY: 2013. Rocket Tree, Public Art Commission by Oregon Department of Transportation, Salem, Oregon: 2013. David De Lyser, Performing and Fine Arts Hosanna Filio David for SATB Chorus, piano and violin. Original manuscript, 2012. Mead Hunter, Performing and Fine Arts Collaborated as dramaturg with playwright Andrea Stolowitz on Ithaka, produced by Artist’s Repertory Theatre in Portland, OR, directed by Gemma Whelan. World Premiere. Artistic Director for The New Harmony Project, New Harmony, Indiana. newharmonyproject.org/home.html Dramaturg for The Huntsmen, produced by Portland Playhouse in Portland, OR, directed by Kathleen Dimmick. World Premiere.

Consultant, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, Portland State University, June 2012 - Present.

Lawrence Larsen, Performing and Fine Arts Scenic Design for A Bright New Boise, produced by Third Rail Repertory Theatre in the Winningstaad Theatre in Portland, OR, directed by John Vreeke.

Consultant, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, Corban University, June 2012 - Present.

Scenic Design for Ten Chimneys, produced by Artists Repertory Theatre in Portland, OR, directed by Damaso Roderigez.

Shirley Loesch, Education Co-trainer, Co-Teaching Training, Beaverton School District, August 2012 - Present.

On Campus Scenic Design for Bat Boy: The Musical, directed by Andrew Golla.

Co-trainer, Co-Teaching Training, Reynolds School District, August 2012 - Present. Co-trainer, Co-Teaching Training, Catlin Gabel, August 2012 Present.

On Campus Scenic Design for Twelve Angry Jurors. A thesis production directed by Jerry Enze. Scenic Design for Appalachian Christmas Revels produced by the Portland Revels at the Scottish Rite Center Theatre, Portland, OR, directed by Bruce Hostetler

Hillary Merk, Education Co-trainer, Co-Teaching Training, Beaverton School District, August 2012 - Present.

On Campus Scenic Design for Machinal. A thesis production directed by Erin Lucas.

Co-trainer, Co-Teaching Training, Catlin Gabel, August 2012 Present. Co-trainer, Co-Teaching Training, St. Joseph Catholic School, August 2012 - August 2013. Jacqueline Waggoner, Education Member Steering Committee, Oregon Teacher Work Sample Evaluation, Teachers Standards and Practices Commission, June 2012 - Present. Consultant, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, George Fox University, October 2012 - Present. Consultant, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, Portland State University, June 2012 - Present. Consultant, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, Corban University, June 2012 - Present.

Cre ative Work s Bruce Conkle, Performing and Fine Arts Land Art Mongolia 360°, Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 2012. (eco-baroque.com) Matt Bua & Max Goldfarb. Architectural Inventions: Visionary Drawings. Laurence King Press, UK: 2012.

Scenic Design for A Bright New Boise, produced by Third Rail Repertory Theatre in the Winningstaad Theatre in Portland, OR, directed by John Vreeke.

Scenic Design for The Velvet Sky, produced by Theatre Vertigo at Theatre! Theatre! in Portland, OR, directed by Jane Geesman.

Co-trainer, Co-Teaching Training, St. Joseph Catholic School, August 2012 - August 2013.

Co-trainer, Co-Teaching Training, Reynolds School District, August 2012 - Present.

Lawrence Larsen Performing and Fine Arts

On Campus Scenic Design for On the Verge, directed by Andrew Golla. Patrick Murphy, Performing and Fine Arts Conductor, with the University of Portland Wind Symphony, “Solving Puzzles in the Dark,” by David Herring, Buckley Center Auditorium, Portland, March 3, 2013. Regional Premiere. Conductor, with the University of Portland Wind Symphony, “A Soliloquy for Solferino,” by Martin Ellerby, Buckley Center Auditorium, Portland, March 3, 2013. World Premiere. Conductor, with the University of Portland Wind Symphony, “All Things Must Pass,” by Daisuke Shimizu, Buckley Center Auditorium, Portland, March 3, 2013. American Premiere. Conductor, with the University of Portland Wind Symphony, “Welcome to the Imagination World,” by Daisuke Shimizu, Buckley Center Auditorium, Portland, December 2, 2012. American Premiere. Supervised undergraduate conducting associate Amanda Pilcher, conductor, with the University of Portland Wind Symphony, “West Wind Overture,” by Julie Giroux, Buckley Center Auditorium, Portland, October 6, 2012. World Premiere. Conductor, with the University of Portland Wind Symphony, “Claps Gold,” by Rika Ishige, Buckley Center Auditorium, Portland, October 6, 2012. American Premiere.

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UNDERGR ADUATE PROGR AMS Major Programs College of Arts and Sciences Biology, B.S., B.A. Chemistry, B.S. Communication, B.A.  Drama, B.A. English, B.A. Environmental Ethics and Policy, B.A. Environmental Science, B.S. French Studies, B.A. General Studies, B.S., B.A. German Studies, B.A. History, B.A. Mathematics, B.S, B.A. Music, B.A. Organizational Communication, B.S. Philosophy, B.A. Physics, B.S., B.A. Political Science, B.A. Sociology/Criminology Track, B.A. Spanish, B.A. Theology, B.A. Dr. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr. School of Business Administration Accounting, B.B.A.  Economics, B.B.A., B.A. Entrepreneurship & Innovation Management, B.B.A. Finance, B.B.A. Global Business, B.B.A. Marketing, B.B.A. Operations & Technology Management, B.B.A. School of Education Elementary Education, B.A.Ed. Secondary Education, B.S.S.E. Donald P. Shiley School of Engineering Civil Engineering, B.S.C.E. Electrical Engineering, B.S.C.E. Computer Science, B.S.C.E. Mechanical Engineering, B.S.C.E. School of Nursing Nursing, B.S.N.

Gr aduate Progr a ms Business Executive MBA in Nonprofit Management (E.M.B.A.) Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) Master of Science : Finance (M.S.) Master of Science : Operations & Technology Management (M.S.) Communication Studies Master of Arts (M.A.) Master of Science (M.S.) Drama Directing, Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) Education Master of Arts (M.A.) Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) Master of Education (M.Ed.) Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Engineering Master of Engineering (M.E.) Nursing Clinical Nurse Leader (M.S.) Nurse Educator (M.S.) Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.) Theology Pastoral Ministry (M.A.)

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Minor Programs Biology Business Administration Catholic Studies Chemistry Communication Computer Science Drama Economics Education English Entrepreneurship Environmental Policy Environmental Science Fine Arts French German History Mathematics Music Neuroscience Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Social Justice Sociology Spanish Theology

Universit y Officers & Ac ademic De ans Rev. E. William Beauchamp, C.S.C., J.D. President Thomas G. Greene, Ed.D. Provost Rev. Mark L. Poorman, C.S.C., Ph.D. Executive Vice President James C. Lyons Vice President for University Relations Rev. Gerald J. Olinger, C.S.C., J.D. Vice President for Student Affairs James B. Ravelli Vice President for University Operations Alan P. Timmins Vice President for Financial Affairs Matthew J. Baasten, Ph.D. Associate Provost and Dean of the Graduate School Michael E. Andrews, Ph.D. Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Robin D. Anderson, Ed.D. Dean, Pamplin School of Business John L. Watzke, Ph.D. Dean, School of Education Sharon A. Jones, Ph.D. Dean, Shiley School of Engineering Joanne R. Warner, Ph.D. Dean, School of Nursing Drew Harrington Dean, Clark Library


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