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College of  Arts  and  Sciences,  Graduate  Student   and  Faculty  Achievements,  2013-­‐14    

Department of  Art    

Dan Bethune was awarded 2nd Place 3D by juror René de Guzman, Senior Curator at Oakland Museum of California, in the exhibition 2D/3D Works at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton, California. Dan Bethune was a 2013 Artist in Residence at A.I.R. Studio in Paducah, KY. Mark Bradley-Shoup’s mixed media works were featured in a solo exhibition at Covenant College. Ron Buffington participated in Higher Learning at City University of New York. This curated exhibition feature prominent artists who are also university faculty, and will travel. Ron Buffington’s scanographs were included in Fiction (With Only Daylight Between Us) at No Future Projects in Dayton, OH. This group exhibition features work executed using photographic technology in inventive or unconventional ways. Ron Buffington was featured in Right and Other Angles on the curated art blog SoftSpot. As a partner with Widgets and Stone design studio, Matt Greenwell worked with a range of clients in 2013, including Mannington Commercial and Graham Vannoy Construction. His work for Mannington encompassed design, planning and fabrication of conference displays for the 2013 NEOCON design exposition and conference for commercial interiors. The striking design was subsequently recreated for Mannington’s headquarters. Matt Greenwell produced letterpress materials for numerous clients including architect Daniel Ryan, the Benwood Foundation, Tomorrow Today, Enzo’s Market and Southtree. Matt Greenwell presented the paper “Design Inquiry: Expanding the Field” at the 2013 Southeast College Art Conference in Greensboro, NC. In summer 2013 Phillip Lewis completed a two-month residency at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, which is regarded as one of the nation’s premier artist’s colonies. Kendall College of Art and Design commissioned a major work by Phillip Lewis for the renowned international contemporary art competition ArtPrize. Through the Skies for You secured the $20,000 Top Prize for 3D/Installation/Time-Based Artwork. In 2013 Phillip Lewis opened major exhibitions of new work at Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles and Zeitgeist in Nashville.


The Shaft, a collaborative project of Lauren Ruth and Maiza Hixson, was invited to perform at the Brooklyn Museum as part of the Institute for Psychogeographic Adventure’s projet for the Brooklyn BEAT festival. Aggie Toppins added The Chattanooga Public Library, The Glass House Collective, C&R Press, and Carbon Objectives to her client list. Toppins designs brand, print and interactive projects for small businesses and nonprofit organizations dedicated to social and cultural betterment. Octagon Press, a self-publishing initiative of Aggie Toppins, received international recognition in 2013. Retailers in Chicago (Quimby’s, Paperish Mess), Baltimore (Atomic Books) and New York City (Printed Matter) carry Octagon publications. Prominent design blogs FPO and Book Design Blog featured Octagon Press. And Toppins exhibited publications at Mediatheque Marguerite Duras in Paris in an exhibition curated by the French collective Papier Gaché. “Status Update,” a design project for which Aggie Toppins served as design researcher, received a competitive Core 77 Communications Design Award, and was published in the 2013 Print Regional Design Annual. Aggie Toppins presented the paper “Experimental Typography and the Zine” to an international audience at TypeCon in Portland, OR. Aggie Toppins presented the paper “Materials as Process: Towards a Generative Theory of Graphic Design Experimentation” at the Southeast College Art Conference in Greensboro, NC. Aggie Toppins participated in the 2013 AIGA Design Educator’s Conference “Blunt” in Norfolk, VA. She was asked to write a review of the conference for the UK-based Eye magazine titled “Critical Mass,” which advocated for more critical dialogue in the profession of graphic design. Dr. Gavin Townsend was appointed a lead author for the Society of Architectural Historians’ Archipedia Project. He and his team will write entries for each of the 100 most notable structures in the state of Tennessee. Christina Vogel was selected for national juried exhibitions at the Masur Museum of Art by Kelly Shindler, Associate Curator at the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis, and at Valdosta State University by Carolyn Henne, Art Department Chair at Florida State University.

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Biological and  Environmental  Sciences     (* = current or former UTC student co-author; bold denotes department faculty) Books and Book Chapters Chester, E.W., Wofford, B.E., Estes, D., Bailey, C., Webb, D.A., and Shaw, J. (Eds.). In press. Guide to the Vascular Plants of Tennessee. University of Tennessee Press.

Peer-Reviewed Publications (25) Bauer*, C.M., Hayes, L.D., Ebensperger, L.A. & Romero, L.M. 2014. Seasonal variation in the degu (Octodon degus) endocrine stress response. General and Comparative Endocrinology 197: 26-32. Cao, J., Barbosa, J.M., Singh, N.K., and Locy, R.D. 2013. GABA shunt mediates thermotolerance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae by reducting reactive oxygen production. Yeast. 30(4): 129-144. Cao, J., Barbosa, J.M., Singh, N.K., and Locy, R.D. 2013. GABA transaminases from Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Arabidopsis thaliana complement function in cytosol and mitochondria. Yeast. 30(7): 279-289. Caterina, M.S., S. Chatzimanolis, and M. Richmond. In Press. On the origins of the insect fauna of California’s Channel Islands: A comparative phylogeographical study of island insects. Western North American Naturalist. Chatzimanolis, S. 2013. Terataki, a new genus of Staphylinini (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Staphylininae) from South America. Zootaxa. 3750(3): 251-264. Chatzimanolis, S. and M.S. Engel. 2013. The fauna of Staphylininae in Dominican amber. Annals of the Carnegie Museum. 81(4): 281-294. Chatzimanolis, S., A.F. Newton, C. Soriano, and M.S. Engel. 2013. Remarkable stasis in a phloeocharine rove beetle from the Late Cetaceous of New Jersey (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae). Journal of Paleontology. 87(2): 177-182. Cullen, T. W., D. R. Hendrixson, D. K. Giles, R. I. Hobb, J. O’Brian, S. A. Thompson, J. S. Brodbelt and M. S. Trent. 2013. EptC of Campylobacter jejuni mediates phenotypes involved in host interactions and virulence. Infection and Immunity 81: 430-40. Ebensperger, L.A., Tapia, D., Ramirez-Estrada, J., Leon, C., Soto-Gamboa, M. & Hayes, L.D. 2013. Fecal cortisol levels predict breeding but not survival of females in short

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lived rodent, Octodon degus. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 186: 164171. Elso, C., Lu, X., Weisner, P.A., Thompson, H.L., Skinner A., Carver, E., Stubbs, L. 2013. A reciprocal translocation dissects roles of Pax6 alternative promoters and upstream regulatory elements in development of pancreas, brain, and eye. Genesis. 51: 630–646. Kile HM*, Shaw J, Boyd J.N.** (2013) Response of federally threatened Scutellaria montana (large-flowered skullcap) to pre-transplantation burning and canopy thinning. Southeastern Naturalist 12: 99-120. Klug, H., Bonsall, M.B., & Alonzo, S.H. 2013. Sex differences in life history drive transitions between maternal, paternal and bi-parental care. Ecology & Evolution. 3:792-806. Klug, H., Bonsall, M.B., & Alonzo, S.H. 2013. The origin of parental care in relation to male and female life-history. Ecology & Evolution. 3:779-791. Kokko, H., Klug, H., & Jennions, M.J. In press. “Mating systems theory”, in The Evolution of Insect Mating Systems (eds. Shuker and Simmons). Madsen, J.A., H. Xu, M.R. Robinson, A.P. Horton, J.B. Shaw, D.K. Giles, T.S. Kaoud, K.N. Dalby, M.S. Trent and J.S. Brodbelt. 2013. High-throughput database search and large-scale negative polarity LC-MS/MS with ultraviolet photodissociation for complex proteomic samples. Mol. Cell Proteomics 12: 2604-14. Maue, A. M., K. Mohawk., D. K. Giles, F. Poly, C. P. Ewing, Y. Jiao, G. Lee, Z. Ma, M. A. Monteiro, C. L. Hill, M. S. Trent, and P. Guerry. 2013. The polysaccharide capsule of Campylobacter jejuni 81-176 modulates the host immune response. Infection and Immunity 81: 665-72. Maureen A O'Leary, Jonathan I Bloch, John J Flynn, Timothy J Gaudin, Andres Giallombardo, Norberto P Giannini, Suzann L Goldberg, Brian P Kraatz, Zhe-Xi Luo, Jin Meng, [......], Zachary S Randall, Guillermo W Rougier, Eric J Sargis, Mary T Silcox, Nancy B Simmons, Michelle Spaulding, Paúl M Velazco, Marcelo Weksler, John R Wible, Andrea L Cirranello. 2013. The placental mammal ancestor and the post-K=Pg radiation of placentals. Science 339(6120): 662-7. McDonald, H.G., A. Rincón, and T.J. Gaudin. 2013. A new genus of megalonychid sloth (Mammalia, Xenarthra) from the late Pleistocene of Sierra de Perijá, Zulia State, Venezuela. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 33(5):1226-1238. Needham, B. D., S. Carroll, D. K. Giles, G. Georgiou, M. Whiteley and M. S. Trent. 2013. Modulating the immune response by combinatorial engineering of endotoxin. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110: 1464-9. O’Leary, M. A., J. I. Bloch, J. J. Flynn, T. J. Gaudin, A. Giallombardo, N. P. Giannini, S. L. Goldberg, B. P. Kraatz, Z.-X. Luo, J. Meng, X. Ni, M. J. Novacek, F. A. Perini,

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Z. Randall, G. W. Rougier, E. J. Sargis, M. T. Silcox, N. B. Simmons, M. Spaulding, P. M. Velazco, M. Weksler, J. R. Wible, A. L. Cirranello. 2013. Technical Comment: Response to comment on “The placental mammal ancestor and the postKPg radiation of placentals.” Science 341:613. Ortega-Blanco, J., S. Chatzimanolis, H. Singh and M.S. Engel. 2013. The oldest fossil of the subfamily Osoriinae (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae), from Eocene Cambay amber (India). The Coleopterists Bulletin. 67(3): 304-308. Pride, A.C., C.M. Herrera, Z. Guan, D. K. Giles and M.S. Trent. 2013. The outer surface lipoprotein VolA mediates utilization of exogenous lipids by Vibrio cholera. mBio 4: e00305-13. Richter, S.C., E.M. O’Neill, S.O. Nunziata, A. Rumments, E.S. Gustin, J.E. Young, and B.I. Crother. In press. Cryptic diversity and conservation of gopher frogs across the southeastern United States. Copeia. Schorr, M.S., M.C. Dyson, C.H. Nelson, G.S. Van Horn, D.E. Collins, S.M. Richards. 2013. Effects of stream acidification on lotic salamander assemblages in a coalmined watershed in the Cumberland Plateau. Journal of Freshwater Ecology. 28(3): 339-353. Spratt, H.G., Jr., D. Levine, and L.Tillman. In press. Physical therapy clinic therapeutic ultrasound equipment as a source for bacterial contamination. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice. Professional and Education Publications Laboratory Manuals (3) Collins, L., K. Harrell, and J. Bramblett. 2013. Human Physiology: Biology 2080 Laboratory Manual 2nd Edition. Hayden-McNeil Publishing, Plymouth, MI. 78pp. Rebekah Bell, Linda Collins, Ross Durham, Hope Klug, Meredith Montgomery, Joey Shaw. 2013. Biology 1110, 1e, Hayden-McNeill Publishing, 14903 Pilot Drive, Plymouth, MI 48170. Rebekah Bell, Jennifer Boyd, Linda Collins, Meredith Montgomery, Charles Nelson. 2013. Biology 1120, 1e, Hayden-McNeill Publishing, 14903 Pilot Drive, Plymouth, MI 48170. Technical Reports (5) Boyd J, Alexander K*, Clark R*, Holder T*, Hultman W*, Majors C*, Parker S*, Prater A*, Russo L*, Sellge S*, Smith H*, Snellgrove E*, Turner A*. Experiential student research to support the federal protection of rare Platanthera integrilabia (white

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fringeless orchid) on Starr Mountain, Cherokee National Forest, TN. Submitted to the Cherokee National Forest and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. December 2013. Boyd J, Hoover D*, Majors C*, Odell J*, Parker S*, Raymond G*. 2013 large-flowered skullcap (Scutellaria montana) relocation from Hamilton County Parcel 121 010 to the Enterprise South Nature Park, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Submitted to S&ME Engineering Consultants. October 2013. Boyd J, Sikkema J*, Hoover D*, Odell J*, Raymond G*. 2013 monitoring of largeflowered skullcap (Scutellaria montana) in the Volunteer Training Site, Tennessee Army National Guard, Catoosa Co., Georgia. Submitted to the Tennessee Army National Guard. September 2013. Schorr, M.S., A. Carroll, J. Cuervo, P.L. Freeman*, J.B. Smith*, D.L. Geren, M. Minkara, R. Robinson. 2013. Macrofaunal responses to habitat improvements in two urban streams in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Final Report. The City of Chattanooga, Department of Public Works, Water Quality Program, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Shaw, J. and D. Estes. Botanical survey of the Ocoee River Gorge, Polk County, Tennessee. Prepared for URS Corp. Inc. and the Tennessee Department of Transportation (>800 pgs). Presentations and Abstracts (bold represents Bio/Esc Department author, asterisk represents student author) (24) **Shafer, H. M. Schorr, M. Kovach, and J. Shaw. 2013. Chloroplast DNA sequence utility for the inference of low-level phylogenetic and phylogeographic studies of plants. Paper presented at the Association of Southeastern Biologists meeting in Charleston, WV. *Benson. A., R, J. Shaw, and J. Boyd. 2013. Impacts of large mammal herbivory on Scutellaria montana Chapm. at the Tennessee Army National Guard Training Site, Catoosa County, Georgia. Paper presented at the Association of Southeastern Biologists meeting in Charleston, WV. *Carpenter, C., T. Gaudin, T. Wilson, and J. Shaw. 2013. Phylogeography of shorttailed shrews (Blarina) of southeast Tennessee. Paper presented at the Association of Southeastern Biologists meeting in Charleston, WV. *Harris, A., J. Shaw, and J.H. Craddock. 2013. A floral survey and census of American chestnut at Bendabout Farm, Bradley County, TN. Paper presented at the Association of Southeastern Biologists meeting in Charleston, WV. Barbosa, J., Morris, R., Ayres, M. 2013. Presence of Exogenous Amino Acids and Ion Concentrations in the Growth Medium Differentially Affect Primary Root Growth in

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Arabidopsis thaliana Seedlings. American Society of Plant Biologists, Providence, RI. Bauer, C., Hayes, L., Ebensperger, L., & Romero, L.M. 2013. Seasonal variation in the degu (Octodon degus) endocrine stress response. American Society of Mammalogists annual meeting, June 2013. Presenter: Carolyn Bauer (oral). Benson A*, Shaw J, Boyd J**. Impacts of large animal herbivory on Scutellaria montana in the Tennessee Army National Guard Volunteer Training Site, Catoosa County, GA. Oral presentation. Association of Southeastern Biologists. Charleston, WV. April 2013. Carpenter, C., T. Gaudin, J. Shaw, and T. Wilson. 2013. Phylogeography of shorttailed shrews (genus: Blarina) of southeast Tennessee. Southeastern Biology 60(2):97. Dennis, W.M. and J. Shaw. 2013. Taxonomy of Clematis subgenus Viorna and speciation in subsection Viornae. Paper presented at the Association of Southeastern Biologists meeting in Charleston, WV. Ebensperger, L.A., Villegas, A. & Hayes, L.D. 2013. Mean and variance in ecological conditions influence fitness consequences of group-living and communal rearing in the rodent Octodon degus. International Ethological Society (August 2013). Hayes, L.D. & Ebensperger, L.A. 2013. Mammalian plural breeding: Why bother? American Society of Mammalogists annual meeting, June 2013. Presenter: Loren Hayes (oral). Mikelson, C., J. Troisi, M. Kovach, S. Symes. D. Adair, K. Johnson, Z. Lin, S. Richards. Analysis of elemental composition and 11β-HSD2 expression in human placenta: relationship with birth weight in Chattanooga, TN. Abstracts of the 2013 Society of Environmental Toxicologists and Chemists. November 11-15, 2013. Nashville, TN. Odell J*, Sikkema J*, Hoover D*, Raymond G*, Boyd J. Ten years of monitoring of federally threatened Scutellaria montana in Catoosa County, Georgia: findings and recommendations. Oral presentation. Tennessee Academy of Science. Tullahoma, TN. November 2013. Reynolds, B.R., & Wilson, T.P. “Building a Conservation Ethic in Non-Science Majors through Hands-On Herpetology.” University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Instructional Excellence Retreat, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 2013. Shafer, H.L.*, M.S. Schorr, M. Kovach, and J. Shaw. 2013. Chloroplast DNA sequence utility for the inference of low-level phylogenetic or phylogeographic studies among plants. The 74th Annual Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists, Charleston West Virginia, April 2013.

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Shaw, J. and W. M. Dennis. 2013. A preliminary phylogeny of Clematis subg. Viorna (Ranunculaceae): toward the understanding of the complex biogeographic patterns of this taxon. Paper presented at the Association of Southeastern Biologists meeting in Charleston, WV. Sircy, L.M. and E.A. Carver. Evaluation Of Skeletal Muscle Developmental Mutations in Danio Rerio (Poster) Society for Developmental Biology Meeting, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee. May 13-15, 2013. Sircy, L.M. and E.A. Carver. Evaluation Of Skeletal Muscle Developmental Mutations in Danio Rerio (Poster) UTC Research Day, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee. April 2, 2013. Spratt, H.G., Jr., M.M. Brown, T.M. Gann, D.B. Wilson. 2013. The influence of bacterial growth in pores of pervious concrete on the flow of water through pervious pavements. Abstracts of Ann. Meeting, Assoc. SE Biologists, Charleston WV (Southeastern Biology 60:211). Wilson, D.B., K.A.Harris, and H.G. Spratt, Jr. 2013. Mineralization of the herbicide simazine in golf course pond sediment: Comparison of passive bioremediation, biostimulation, and bioagumentation. Abstracts of Ann. Meeting, Assoc. SE Biologists, Charleston, WV (Southeastern Biology 60:210-211). Wilson, T.P., Armstrong,* D.S., Bascom, M., Barbosa, J., Carver, E., *Dillard, M., Reynolds, B., *Simpson, J.F., *Wisdom, M.T., and C.B. Manis*. A Swamp Walkers Journal. Herpetology at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. (Poster) UTC Research Day, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee. April 2, 2013. Wilson, T.P., D. Armstrong,* and J. Simpson.* 2013. Demographic Characteristics and Genetic Status of an Isolated Population Of Spotted Salamanders: Implications For Management and Recovery. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Oct. 5-10, 2013, Milwaukee, WI. Wilson, T.P., D. Armstrong, M. Bascom, J. Barbosa, E. Carver, M. Dillard, B. Reynolds, J. Simpson, M. Wisdom, and C. Manis. 2013. A Swamp-Walker’s Journal: Herpetology at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Southeastern Partners for Amphibian and Reptile Conservation. Feb. 21-24, 2013. Hickory Knob State Park, SC. *Wisdom, M.D., T.P. Wilson, B. Reynolds, and M.J. Dillard.* 2013. Constructing Vernal Pools to Create and Enhance Amphibian Habitat. Southeastern Partners for Amphibian and Reptile Conservation. Feb. 21-24, 2013. Hickory Knob State Park, SC. Invited Talks (15)

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Craddock, H. Milestones along the road to restoration of the American chestnut to Tennessee forests. Report to the USDA NE1033 Multi-state Regional Project " Biological Improvement of Chestnut through Technologies that Address Management of the Species, its Pathogens and Pests,” 5-7 September 2013, Berea, KY. Craddock, H. The Chestnut: A Tree Crop Archetype. Sigma Xi Awards Ceremony. UTC, April 2013. Craddock, H. The Cultivated Varieties of Chestnut. 30th Annual Meeting of The American Chestnut Foundation, 18-20 October 2013, Herndon, VA (available on line at http://www.acf.org/annualmeeting.php). Craddock, H. The Chestnut: Tree Crop Archetype. Dalton Science Café. October 2013, Dalton, GA. Craddock, H. Chestnuts at 212 Market: A Wine and Chestnut Pairing. With recipes by Chef Susan Moses. 22 November 2013, 212 Market Restaurant, Chattanooga, TN http://www.212market.com/2013/11/212-markets-local-chestnut-week/. Craddock, H. Chestnut Research at UTC. Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Chapter of The American Chestnut Foundation,1 March 2014, Morrison, TN. Gaudin, T. Invasion of the Flying Killer Armadillos. Lecture for UTC WildlifeZoology Club, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN, March 25, 2013. Gaudin, T. Armadillos and the Mammal Tree of Life. Public lecture for Alexian Village Continuing Ed lecture series, Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 29, 2013. Hayes, L.D. 2014. Mammalian plural breeding: Why Bother? UC-Davis. Hayes, L.D. 2013. Mammalian plural breeding: Why Bother? University of North Carolina-Asheville. Hayes, L.D. 2013. Mammalian plural breeding: Why Bother? Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile. Klug, H. Parental care, filial cannibalism, & the evolution of social behavior: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, Sept. 2013. Klug, H. Parental care, filial cannibalism, & the evolution of social behavior: Southern Adventist University, Biology Department, March 2013. Shaw, J. Herbaria are keystone to botanical research from field studies and building taxonomic guides to database creation, modeling, policy formation, and even the search for variable molecular markers. Seminar given at Middle Tennessee State University.

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Shaw, J. DNA studies on the Ozark Chinquapin. Presented via Skype for the Ozark Chinquapin Foundation meeting at Hobbs State Park in Rogers Arkansas.

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Department of  Chemistry   Articles (Student Co-authors are highlighted) "Solvent-free and atom efficient conversion of aldehydes into nitriles," Gozum, V.J.; Mebane, R.C. Green Chemistry Letters, 2013, 6, 149. “Biological implications of benzoquinones” (Book Chapter) in the book “Quinone: Occurrence, Medicinal Uses and Physiological Importance”, Kim, J., Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2013, ISBN 978-1-62618-323-0. "Biological Implications of 2-Chlorocyclohexa-2,5-diene-1,4-dione toward Ribonuclease A", Vaughn, A. R.; Redman, C. B.; Kang, S. M.; Kim, J., Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology, 2013, 4, 22-28. “Tenulin 0.25-hydrate, a sesquiterpene lactone isolated from Helenium amarum,” K. S. Knight, C. T. Smith, T. G. Waddell and B. Noll, Acta Cryst., 2013, E69, o1237-o1238. “The true identity of the triterpene component of Wyethia mollis, a lanosta-diene containing a tetrahydropyran E-ring.” Smith CT, Noll B, Waddell TG, Knight KS, Natural Product Communications, 2013, 8, 299-300. “Isotenulin,” K. S. Knight, C. T. Smith and T. G. Waddell, Acta Cryst., 2013, E69, o1290. “Force Field Based MM2 Molecule-Surface Binding Energies for Graphite and Graphene,” J. H. Son, T. R. Rybolt, Graphene, 2013, 2, 18-34. "Storage and Timed Release of Acetaminophen from Porous Carbonaceous Materials," S. McCary and T. Rybolt, Open Journal of Physical Chemistry, 2013, 3(2), 76-88. “Santal monohydrate, an isoflavone isolated from Wyethia mollis,” K. S. Knight, C. T. Smith, T. G. Waddell, Acta Cryst., 2014, E70, o267. *** Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society Atlanta, GA, November 12-16, 2013. (Student Co-authors are highlighted) Patrick J. Carey and Kyle S. Knight, “Ring-Closing Metathesis Reactions of Novel Dienes.” Taylor A. Dray, Titus V. Albu "Theoretical studies of hydrogen abstraction reactions from hydrofluoroethanes"

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Jeffrey W. McDonald, Hendrik Greve, Jisook Kim, Titus V. Albu, "Fluorescence and electrophoresis studies on lysozyme modifications induced by p-benzoquinone" Hendrik J. Greve, J. Kim "Studies of DNA binding interactions with [Rh(9S3)Cl3], [Rh(9S2O)Cl3], and [Ir(9S3)Cl3] using fluorescence spectroscopy" Trevor Latendresse; John P. Lee; C. Luke Keller; Gregory J. Grant “Heteroleptic Palladium(II) and Platinum(II) Complexes Containing a Crown Thioether and Mondentate Phosphines.” Michael J. Hankins and John P. Lee “Synthesis, Characterization, and Reactivity of pcymene Ruthenium(II) Complexes with Fluorine-Containing Phosphite Ligands.” Ashley D. Riner and John P. Lee “Synthesis, Characterization, and Reactivity of pcymene Ruthenium(II) Complexes with Fluorine-Containing Phosphine Ligands.” J. C. Hammond and J. A. Lynch "Automated spectrophotometric titrations and the determination of chemical equilibria." Katherynne Taylor, Robert Mebane "Catalytic transfer hydrogenation of ketoximes using Raney nickel and 2-propanol as hydrogen donor." Jessica Murray, Gretchen E. Potts ” Better nicotine fix? : Analysis of alkaloids in ecigarette filling solutions by HPLC.” Hyun W. Cho, Jae H. Son, Thomas R. Rybolt, C. Ronnie Funk, Matthew J. Rice, Howard E. Thomas, “Double walled carbon nanotube and graphene bilayer models for a general representation of carbon nanoporosity and molecule-surface binding energies.” JasLynn M. Murphy, Manuel F. Santiago, Stefanie R. Whitson “Quantification of the uremic toxin p-cresol in serum of ESRD and normal patients.” Joseph A. Kennedy, Manuel F. Santiago, Stefanie R. Whitson “Equilibrium binding of the uremic toxin p-cresol to serum albumin.” Stephanie A. Harris, Stefanie R. Whitson, Manuel F. Santiago “Interactions between creatinine and serum albumin: a study of free and bound nitrogenous uremic toxins.” Robert E. Dunn, Stefanie R. Whitson, Manuel F. Santiago “Phenylkenonuria: an indication of end stage renal disease.” Ashley N. Broadway, Manuel F. Santiago “Purple urine bag syndrome: regulation of pyrimidine enzymes by tryptophan.” John P. Lee “Engaging Students in the Inorganic Chemistry Classroom with WellDefined Learning Objectives: Interactive Learning Through Group Activities, Literature Discussions, and even Field Trips."

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National Meeting of the American Chemical Society New Orleans, LA, April 7-11, 2013. (Student Co-authors are highlighted) Ashley D. Cardenal, Gregory J. Grant, Hitesh V. Vashi, “Self-assembly of molecular squares containing Rh(III)-thiacrown vertices David Colangione and Gregory J. Grant, “Synthesis and characterization of cyclometallated gold(III) compounds involving thiacrowns Jae H. Son, Tom R. Rybolt, C. Ronnie Funk, Howard E. Thomas, “Double walled nanotube (DWNT) models and molecule-surface binding energies for a nanoporous carbon John P. Lee, C. Luke Keller, Gregory J. Grant “Synthetic and Structural Studies of Heteroleptic Palladium(II) and Platinum(II) Complexes Containing a Crown Thioether and Mondentate Phosphines.” Nicole Crowder, Anthony Fernandez, John P. Lee, Sheila Smith “Back to Grad School with IONiC/VIPEr: Collaborative Development of Primary Literature Based Learning Objects in a Workshop Setting.”

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Department of  Communication   Awards and Honors Mike Andrews, Outstanding Advising Award in the College of Arts and Sciences Presentations Gailey, Elizabeth “'Everybody Else’s Tobacco Is Poisonous: Lucky Strike’s Is Toasted': Advertising-Related Nostalgia and Dystopia In Mad Men." 85th Annual South Atlantic Modern Language Association Conference, Atlanta, GA, Nov. 8-10, 2013. Sachsman. David B. "The Divided Press." A presentation at the Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression, Chattanooga, Nov. 8, 2013. Simmons, Charlene (upcoming, May 23, 2014), A Marriage of Foes? Radio, Newspapers, and the Facsimile in the 1930s. The Annual ICA Conference Convention. International Communication Association: Seattle, WA. Simmons, Charlene (August 8, 2013), Generating “New” News or Recycling Old News? News Diversity and the World Wide Web. AEJMC Conference. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication: Washington, DC. Simmons, Charlene (August 8, 2013). On No, Quinn’s in Trouble Again: Using TeamBased Learning and a Fictional Character to Teach Media Law, Great Ideas For Teachers (GIFT), The Annual AEJMC Conference. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication: Washington, D.C. Publications Mike Andrews and Nicole Brown. 9 United, the story of the Howard High School sit-ins David B. Sachsman and David W. Bulla. Sensationalism: Murder, Mayhem, Mudslinging, Scandals, and Disasters in 19th-Century Reporting. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, July 31, 2013. David B. Sachsman and Warren Sloat. The Press and the Suburbs: The Daily Newspapers of New Jersey (with a new preface by David B. Sachsman). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, Reissued Nov. 30, 2013. Charlene Simmons published a photograph in the December 2013 “Cottonwick Grunt,” Connect, 61. Service David B. Sachsman, Co-chair of the Society of Environmental Journalists' Annual Conference, Chattanooga, Oct. 2-6, 2013. Director of the Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression, Nov. 7-9, 2013. 14      


Department of  Criminal  Justice Presentations, Poster Sessions, and Invited Speaking Engagements Garland, T.S., Branch,K., & Grimes, M. (February 19, 2014). An Examination of Rape Myths in Comic Books, at Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Philadelphia, PA. Garland, T.S. & Bumphus, V.W. (November 21, 2013). Drug Policy and the Ivory Tower: Drug Policy Attitudes among University Faculty and Staff, at American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA. Grimes, M., Garland, T.S., & Branch, K. (March 21, 2014). Poster Presentation. Blurring the lines: Rape and rape myths in comic books, UTC Research Day, Chattanooga, TN. Knox, S. (2013) Invited Speaker. Ethics of fire investigation. IAAI. Gatlinburg, TN. Larsen, K. & Garland, T.S. (March 21, 2014). Poster Presentation. Bullying and bystanders, UTC Research Day, Chattanooga, TN. McGuffee, K. (November 7, 2013). Tips for the Department of One, at American Association for Paralegal Education, Phoenix, AZ. McGuffee, K. (November 8, 2013). Enhance the value of your program within your institution, at at American Association for Paralegal Education, Phoenix, AZ. Park, S. & Joo, H. (2013). A Study of Repeat Victimizations in South Korea: Generalized Linear Model (GLM) Analysis of Korean National Crime Victimization Survey. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, November, Atlanta, GA. Park, S. (2013). A Study of Over-Dispersed Household Victimizations in South Korea: Zero-inflated Negative Binomial Analysis of Korean National Crime Victimization Survey. Presented at the KIC-KOSCA International Academic Conference, June, Seoul, South Korea. Publications Garland, T.S. & Policastro, C. (2014). Sexual victimization and the vulnerable (pgs. 153172). In T.N. Richards & Catherine D. Marcum (Eds.). Sexual victimization: Then and now. Los Angeles, CA: Sage. Love, S. & Park, S. (2013). Images of gender twenty years later: A content analysis of images in Introductory Criminal Justice and Criminology Textbooks. Feminist Criminology.8. 320-340. Park, S. & Eck, J. (2013). Understanding the effects of random repeat victimizations. Victims and Offenders. 8. 399-415.  

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Department of  English   Graduate Student Publications/Presentations (2013-14) Bandy, Sharon. “‘A Shape Within the Wat’ry Gleam’: Eve’s Earthly Impression in Paradise Lost.” 2013 Conference on John Milton. Murfreesboro, TN. 18 October 2013. Beise, Brian. “Tokens” New Voices Graduate Conference, Decatur, GA. February 2014. Burrows, Jeremy. “Writing With Queer Voice: Exploring the Entanglement of Composition, Creative Writing, and (Post)Queer Theory.” New Voices Conference. Atlanta, GA. January 2014. Cofield, Linda Jane. “‘What the poet says about truth and beauty’: Genre and Gender in Orlando.” 24th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Chicago, IL. Forthcoming, June 2014. Duncan, Laura. “Bibliolatry: Jorge Luis Borges’s Cult of Books in his Short Story The Book of Sand.” Tennessee Philological Association Annual Conference. Nashville, TN. February 2014. Edmonds, Julianna. “The First Couple as Prima Materia: Gender and Monism in Paradise Lost.” Conference on John Milton. Murfreesboro, TN. October 2013. ---. “The Communion of Body and Soul in the Writings of St. Catherine of Siena.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association. Atlanta, GA. November 2013. ---. “Mary Daly’s Radical Interruption Critiqued.” Rhetoric Society of America. San Antonio, TX. Forthcoming, May 2014. Hand, Amanda. “‘A Special Kind of Property’: Austen’s Mansfield Park as a Commentary on Slavery in Both the Colonial and Domestic Spheres.” Tennessee Philological Association Annual Conference. Nashville, TN. February 2014. Hunter, Julia. “Victorian Ghosts Haunting A Room of Her Own: Virginia Woolf’s Nostalgia in The London Scene.” The University of North Carolina – Charlotte English Graduate Student Association 14th Annual Conference. Charlotte, NC. January 2014. ---. “The Wild West . . . In Space! Postmodern and Historical Nostalgia in Firefly.” Tennessee Philological Association Annual Conference. Nashville, TN. February 2014. McPherson, Alexie. “Successful Beyond Hope: The Apocatastasis of Satan in Paradise Lost.” The Conference on John Milton 2013. Murfreesboro, October 2013. ---. “Hopelessly Adorable: 1980s Sanrio and the Mythos of Despair.” The Conference of Popular/American Culture Association in the South. Savannah, October 2013. Melton, Christina. “Hawthorne’s Little Pearl: Emersonian Apostle of Light.” Tennessee Philological Association Conference. Nashville, TN. February 2014. Powers, Clayton. “A Eulogy for the American Dream: Nick as Scribe in The Great Gatsby.” Tennessee Philological Association Conference. Nashville, TN. February 2014. St. John, David. “That Picture is Awful Dusty: Southern Violence as the Answer of the Lacanian Real in The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.” Popular/American Culture in the South Conference. Savannah, GA. October 2013.  

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---. “These Words are Snakes: The Serpentine Tropes of Gloria Anzaldua’s Rhetoric of the Nepantla.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association. Atlanta, GA. November 2013. Trowell, Faith. “‘Another Mode of Being’: Alienation in H. P. Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness.” Tennessee Philological Association Conference. Nashville, TN. February 2014. Faculty Awards and Honors Becksvoort, Andrea. Selected to be a member of the 2013 class of the Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute. Johnson, Rowan. Completed the EdD program at UTC and graduated in August 2013. Title of dissertation: “Student Attitudes Toward Blended and Online Courses: A Comparison of Students in Traditional Classroom Writing Environments and Students in Blended Writing Environments.” Jackson, Richard. Retrievals. Winner of Maxine Kumin Award. Spring 2014. Shaheen, Aaron. UC Foundation 2014 Summer Fellowship. Prevost, Verbie. Carolyn Thompson and Roger Brown Community Engagement Award, UTC. ---. Mississippi College Department of English Distinguished Alumna of the Year. Grants Baker. Sybil. MakeWork Artist’s Grant ($25,000). December 2013. Presentations Baker, Sybil. “Linked Story Collections.” AWP Conference. Seattle WA. March 2014. ---. Fusebox Reading Series. Chattanooga TN. October 2013. ---. River City Sessions. Camp House, Chattanooga TN. August 2013. ---. Conversation with Adam Johnson author of The Orphan Master’s Son. City University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong. July 2013. Becksvoort, Andrea. “'I Married Adventure:' Osa Johnson and the Rhetoric of Women’s Adventure Memoirs.” Southeast Women’s Studies Association. March 2014. Beech, Jennifer. “Competing Definitions of Working-Class: Considerations for Compositionists.” Conference on College Composition and Communications. Indianapolis, IN. March 2014. Braggs, Earl. HS Lecture (Writing) Harrogate, TN. November 2013. Community Lecture (Writing) Harrogate, TN. November 2013.Travel Writing Class-UTC Learning and Leadership Program. March 2014. Jackson, Richard. Lecture on Modern American and British Poetry (6 Lectures, University of Maribor, Slovenia). April 2014. ---. Lecture on The Unsayable, Vermont College, January 2014. ---. Lecture on Recent Trends in Slovene Poetry, Skofia Loka, Sklovenia, June 2014. ---. Workshop, Vermont College, (6 workshops). December 2013-January 2014.

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---. Workshop, West Georgia College, October 2013. ---. Workshop, Vermont College, (5 Workshops). June 2014. ---. Workshop, UTK, March 2014. Jones, Rebecca. “Speaking Silences: Ethos in the ERA Debates.” Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s). Palo Alto, CA. September 2013. Kemp, Madonna. “Mad Vocab Art: Building Communication Skills through Creative Community Interaction.” Instructional Excellence Retreat. Chattanooga, TN. May 2013. ---. “Social Media: The Path to Critical Thinking.” Teaching and Learning Conference. Dalton, GA. March 2013. Kizza, Immaculate. “African Drama: Empowering the Masses.” Tennessee Philological Association Conference. Nashville, TN. February 2014. McCarthy, Andrew D. “Marlowe’s Antigone.” Renaissance Society of America. New York, NY. March 2014. O’Dea, Gregory, Co-Director and Scholar in Residence. “Myth and Medicine: ‘Translating’ Homer.” Medical Humanities Workshop, Tennessee American College of Physicians. Fall Creek Falls, TN. March 2014. ---. “Ron Rash’s Serena.” Take Five Series, UTC. February 2014. Palmer, Heather. “Bestial Rhetorics in the Appalachian South: Rhetorical Performativity and the Epideictic in Pentecostal Snake-Handling.” International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Chicago. July 2013. ---. “Toward and Ethics of Non-Knowledge: Feminine Ethos.” Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s). (Palo Alto, CA). September 2013. Prevost, Verbie. “Wendell Berry’s Hannah Coulter.” Take Five Series, UTC. Chattanooga, TN. January 2014. -----. “This I Believe.” Signal Mountain Book Club. Signal Mountain, TN. September 2013. -----. “Wendell Berry.” A series of four presentations for the Thorne Sparkman School of Religion, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Chattanooga, TN. March/April 2014. -----. “Wendell Berry’s Environmental Poetry.” Christ Episcopal Church. Chattanooga, TN. October 2013. Rehyansky, Katherine Heinrichs. “Images of the Natural World in James Agee’s A Death in the Family.” Tennessee Philological Association Conference. Nashville, TN. February 2014. Shaheen, Aaron. “Fred Chappell’s Brighten the Corner.” Take Five Series, UTC. February 2014. Ventura, Abbie. “When the Politics Are Aware, but The Medium Is Not: Aesthetic and Economic Risk in Contemporary Caldecott Recipients.” Children’s Literature Association Annual Conference. Biloxi, MI. June 2013. Publications Baker, Sybil. “The Expo.” Guernica 15. March 2013. Online. ---. “Packing It Up And In” Defunct 7. Fall 2013. Online. ---. Pushcart Nomination. “What We Learned From Their Bones.” The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts. 21. January 2013. Online.

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Braggs, Earl. Syntactical Arrangements of a Twisted Wind. Oliver’s Breakfast in America. “Buddha in the Bushes with Glasses On” Mirimar. Jackson, Richard. Out of Place (poems) Ashland, OH, Ashland Poetry Press. Spring 2014. ---. Resonancia. Poems, translation into Spanish of Resonance. Barcelona, Kriller 7 Press. April 2014. ---. “Re(in)fusing Heaven: Writing the Unsayable” AWP Chronicle, (4500 words). Fall 2013. ---. “Two Exercises” in The Working Poet 2: 75 Writing Exercises and a Poetry Anthology (revised), Pittsburgh, Autumn House Press, 2014. Ed Scott Minor. 2014. ---. “At The Confederate Graveyard, Chattanooga,” Georgia Review. Fall 2013. ---. “Everything all at Once,” Georgia Review. Fall, 2013. ---. “Easy,” Georgia Review. Spring 2014. ---. “While You Were Away,” Southern Poetry Anthology VI. Fall 2013. ---. “Visionary,” Southern Poetry Anthology VI. Fall 2013. ---. “Signs and Wonders,” Southern Poetry Anthology VI. Fall 2013. ---. “Sarasparilla,” Miramar. Fall 2013. ---. “Traffic Jam,” Brilliant Corners. Fall 2013. ---. “What Comes Next,” Brilliant Corners. Fall 2013. ---. “The Beach,” Cortland Review (online). Spring 2014. ---. “Volunteers,” Cortland Review (online). Spring 2014. ---. “Soundings,” Cortland Review (online). Spring 2014. ---. “Butterflies” Numero Cinque, (online). Summer 2013. ---. “The Chair,” Numero Cinque, (online). Summer 2013. ---. “Rock Birds” Numero Cinque, (online). Summer 2013. ---. “Not Said,” Numero Cinque, (online). Summer 2013. ---. “Fog,” Numero Cinque, (online). Summer 2013. ---. “Numbers,” Poems and Plays. Spring 2014. ---. “Torture,” Poems and Plays. Spring 2014. ---. “The Eyes,” Poems and Plays. Spring 2014. ---. “The Trail,” Poems and Plays. Spring 2014. ---. “Vultures,” Poems and Plays. Spring 2014. ---. “Clouds,” Asheville Poetry Review. Summer 2014. ---. “Myths,” Asheville Poetry Review. Summer 2014. ---. “Flood Stage,” Asheville Poetry Review. Summer 2014. ---. “Desperate Note from Byron’s Place,” Asheville Poetry Review. Summer 2014. ---. “The Bone Church,” B O D Y (online). Winter 2013-14. ---. “The Word for That,” B O D Y (online). Winter 2013-14. ---. “The Wall,” B O D Y (online). Winter 2013-14. ---. “Lidice” B O D Y (online). Winter 2013-14. ---. “Dancing Building,” Cutthroat Magazine. Summer-Fall 2013. ---. “Falls,” Cutthroat Magazine. Summer-Fall 2013. ---. “Faith” Cutthroat Magazine. Summer-Fall 2013. ---. “The Rest,” Birmingham Poetry Review. Winter-Spring 2014. ---. “Jacob’s Fear,” Birmingham Poetry Review. Winter-Spring 2014. ---. “Bird,” Every Day Poems, (online). Spring 2014.

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Jaynes, M. Elephants Among Us: Two Performing Elephants in Twentieth Century America. Earth Books: London. (2013). ---. “The Response of College Freshmen to the Ethics of Animal Rights: An Example of Applied Learning Theory.” Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, issue 14(3). (2013). Johnson, Rowan. Pathetic Thing. Wordriver Literary Review, May 2013. McCarthy, Andrew D. “King Lear’s Violent Grief.” Violent Masculinities: Male Aggression in Early Modern Texts. Ed. Jennifer Feather and Catherine Thomas. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. Noe, Marcia. “Midwestern Literature in Historical and Cultural Context.” Midwestern Literature. Ed. Ronald Primeau. Ipswich: Salem Press, 2013. ---. “Fishing in Time’s Stream: A Review Essay.” MidAmerica. 39 (2012). ---, Mollee Shannon, and Laura Duncan. “The Dark Fairy Tale in the Fiction of Bonnie Jo Campbell.” Midwestern Miscellany 42.1 (2014). Palmer, Heather. “Feminine Ethos, Affect, and Intersubjectivity in The Showing of Julian of Norwich.” in Re/framing Identifications. Illinois: Waveland Press, 2014. ---. “Old Timey Avant Garde in the New South: Dynamic Systems, Free Play and Improvisation.” (online) The Improviser. Summer 2014. Pickard, Stephanie Todd. Profile on Chattanooga author Emma Bell Miles. Tennessee Women of Vision and Courage. Ed. Charlotte Crawford and Ruth Johnson Smiley. October 2013. Rehyansky, Katherine Heinrichs, ed. Tennessee Philological Association Bulletin, Vol. 50. Chattanooga, TN: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 2014. Shaheen, Aaron. “Strolling through the Slums of the Past: Ralph Werther’s Love Affair with Victorian Womanhood in Autobiography of an Androgyne.” PMLA 13.4 (Oct. 2013): 923-37. Whorton, Kris. “Somewhere between Highways ZZ and P.” Bearers of Distance. Ewell, Martin and Jenn Monroe, eds. Gloucester: Eastern Point Press, 2013. 7. Print. Wilferth, Joe. “Training in Multimodal Technologies Requires Training in Assistive Technologies.” The Writing Instructor. Online. March 2014.

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Department of  History   Aaron Althouse, Associate Professor Book Chapter: “Drunkenness and Interpersonal Violence in Colonial Michoacán,” for Alcohol in Latin America: A Social and Cultural History (University of Arizona Press, 2014). Seth Epstein, Lecturer Peer-Reviewed Article: “A ‘Stranger in our midst using this city largely as a mailing address’: Responses of Jews and Non-Jews to William Dudley Pelley in Asheville, North Carolina, 1930-1934.” Southern Jewish History 16: 89-125. Boris Gorshkov, Lecturer Chaired Panel: “Merchants and Commerce in 18th Century Russia” at Southern Conference of Slavic Studies, April 10, 2014 Atlanta, GA. Round Table Chair and Discussant: “Revolutions and Revolutionaries: Building a Peasant Constituency” at SEEES (Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies) Boston, MA, November, 22, 2014. Sara Jorgensen, Assistant Professor Conference Presentation: “Women Among the People: An Alternative Approach to Missionary Activity at Umvoti Mission Station, Natal, South Africa, c. 18651890.” “Towards the Ends of the Earth: Exploring the Global History of American Evangelicalism, 1840-2010,” University of Southampton, UK, April 2014. Conference Presentation: “Two African Students, a Fake Prince, and Representations of South Africa in the United States, 1885-1893.” Annual Meeting of the Southeast World History Association, Norfolk, VA, October 2013. Service: Elected Vice President, Southeast World History Association. William Kuby, Assistant Professor Peer-Reviewed Article: “‘Till Disinterest Do Us Part: Trial Marriage, Public Policy, and the Fear of Familial Decay in the United States, 1900-1930,” Journal of the History of Sexuality, September 2014.

Conference Presentation: “Joined in Healthy Matrimony: The Price of United States Eugenic Marriage Laws” at the 16th Annual Women’s History Conference. Sarah Lawrence College, March 1, 2014. 21  


Conference Presentation: “‘Repugnant to Our Public Policy’: the Legal Backlash against Underage Trial Marriage, 1900-1930,” Law and Society Association Annual Meeting. Minneapolis, MN, May 2014. Panel Discussant: “Same Sex Marriage, Divorce and Parentage,” Law and Society Association Annual Meeting. Minneapolis, MN, May 2014. Sidney Xu Lu, Assistant Professor Peer-Reviewed Article: “Good Women For Empire: Educating the overseas female emigrants in Imperial Japan, 1900-1924,” Journal of Global History, volume. 8, issue. 3 (Nov. 2013). Book Review: Magozaki Ukeru, Riben de Guojing Wenti, The China Review, vol. 15. No. 2, Oct. 2014. Invited Talk: “Diasporic Colonialism: Japan’s Trans-Pacific Migrations and the Making of the Japanese Empire,” Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies' Annual Global Forum, University of California, Los Angeles, May 9, 2014. Invited Talk: “Japanese overseas prostitutes as the frontier of the Japanese Empire: the History of Japanese Striving Society,” The Significance of 'the Frontier' to Japanese History, Yale University, April 9, 2014. Service: Reviewer for Journal of Diplomatic History, April 2014. Service: Reviewer for Education About Asia, May 2014. John C. Swanson, Professor and Department Head Conference Presentation: “Holocaust Education: Why and How,” Understanding Atrocities: Remembering, Representing and Teaching Genocide, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada, 19-21 February 2014. Conference Presentation: “Being German: German-Speaking Villagers in Hungary discover Germany,” National Socialism and Regional Identity in Eastern Europe: Ideology, Expansion of Power, Persistence, Berlin, Germany, 24-25 October 2013. Film Screening: “Never Again: Lessons from the Holocaust,” Understanding Atrocities: Remembering, Representing and Teaching Genocide, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada, 19-21 February 2014. Film Screening: “About a Village,” European University Viadrina, Osteuropa Kolloquium, 28 October 2013.

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Film Screening: “About a Village,” Hungarian German Cultural Institute, Budapest, Hungary, 6 June 2013. Film Screening: “About a Village,” Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 28 May 2013. Film Screening: “About a Village,” Danube Swabian Central Museum, Ulm, Germany, 7 May, 2013. Service: Appointed to the Advisory Board of Helena History Press, June 2013. Service: Manuscript Reviewer for Bloomsbury Press, October 2013. Service: Book Review Editor, HABSBURG, H-Net. Service: External Program Reviewer: Department of History, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, February 2014. Michael Thompson, Assistant Professor Conference Presentation: “‘I mean by stevedore the responsible man’: The Rise of a Dock Worker Elite in an Antebellum Southern Port,” North American Society for Oceanic History Annual Conference, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Alpena, Michigan, May 17, 2013. Conference Presentation: “‘Negro’s are very scarce’: A Study of Race, Cholera, and Comparative Disease Susceptibility in the Urban Old South,” American Historical Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., January 4, 2014. Panel Organizer: “Susceptible Slaves and Panicked Paternalists: Reconceiving Intersections of Disease, Race, and Medicine in the Old South,” American Historical Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., January 4, 2014. Service: Appointed to University of Tennessee Press Editorial Board, August 2013. Michelle White, Professor Book Review: for the Historian of Kevin Sharpe’s Rebranding Rule: The Restoration and Revolution Monarchy, 1660-1714. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2013. 872 Pp.

 

Book Review: for the Historian of Tim Harris and Stephen Taylor, The Final Crisis of the Stuart Monarchy: The Revolutions of 1688-91 in their British, Atlantic and European Contexts. Suffolk: The Boydell Press, 2013. 315 Pp. 23    


Modern and  Classical  Languages  and   Literatures   Lynn Purkey, Associate Professor Published Book Spanish Reception of Russian Narratives 1905-1939: Transcultural Dialogics. Monografías A. Woodbridge, UK: Tamesis (Boydell and Brewer), 2013. Published Articles “Nuevo Romanticismo and Futurism: Responses to Machine Culture.” International Yearbook of Futurism Studies. Vol. 3 (2013). Special issue on Iberian Futurisms. Ed. by Günter Berghaus. 181-207. “Luces de Bohemia expresionista: Valle y Káiser.” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 90.05 (2013): 557-80. Victoria Steinberg, Associate Professor External Grant April 2014: NEH Summer Institute: Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia: Literature, the Arts, and Cinema since Independence. $2700 in funding. June 23- July 11 at Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. Drs. Nabil Boudraa and Joseph Krause, Co-Directors. Robert Wells, Assistant Professor Published Articles “The Multitude: Ambivalence and Antagonism.” Special Issue, Post-Autonomia. Eds. Esra Erdem and Joost de Bloois. Rethinking Marxism 26:2 (2014). 239251. Print. (Published in May 2014) “Orders and Disorders, Wills to Powers – Arlt and Nietzsche, the Astrólogo and the sociedad secreta.” Dissidences: Hispanic Journal of Theory and Criticism 5.9 (2013): n. pag. Web. (Published in Sept. 2013)  

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Department of  Philosophy  and  Religion   Dr. Barry Matlock served on the Editorial Board of the Journal for the Study of the New Testament. Likewise, he attended the SBL Annual Meeting as a member of the Steering Committee of the Pauline Epistles Section where he also chaired a conference session. This year saw the publication of the first chapters of the Oxford Handbook of Pauline Studies (online edition), which he has been editing. Dr. John Phillips published a co-edited book (with John Finamore) – Literary, Philosophical, and Religious Studies in the Platonic Tradition, produced and distributed by Academia Verlag. Dr. Phillips will present a paper on evil at the International Society for Neoplatonic Studies conference in Lisbon, Portugal, in June. Dr. Dennis Plaisted published his article “An Undignified Side of Death with Dignity Legislation” in Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, 23:201-229 (2013). Dr. Irv Resnick served as Director of the NEH Summer Institute for College and University Faculty – “Representations of the ‘Other’: Jews in Medieval England,” held 13 July-15 August, 2014 at Oxford University’s Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies. Professor Resnick also published a new book this year – Peter the Venerable’s Against the Inveterate Obduracy of the Jews. Trans. and annotated by Irven M. Resnick, Fathers of the Church, Mediaeval Continuation, 14 (Washington DC: Catholic University of America Press, 2013). Likewise, Dr.  Resnick  published  the  following  articles  this  year: “Race, Anti-Jewish Polemic, Arnulf of Seéz, and the Contested Papal Election of Anaclet II (1130 A.D.)” in Jews in Medieval Christendom: Slay Them Not, eds. Kris Utterbeck and Merrill Price (Leiden: Brill, 2013), pp. 45-70; “Conjoined Twins in Scholastic Thought: A Survey,” Viator 44.2 (2013): 343-68; and “Luke 22:44 and Sweating Blood: Jesus and Medieval Natural Philosophers,” Viator 44.1 (2013): 169-88.   Dr. Brian Ribeiro has been elected President of the Tennessee Philosophical Association, which meets annually in Nashville, where he will preside over the 46th annual meeting in October 2014. Likewise this year, Dr. Ribeiro published his article, “The Theistic Argument from Beauty: A Philonian Critique” in European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 5 (2013): 149-158. Dr. Talia Welsh published the following articles this year: “Idealism Revisited: MerleauPonty’s Early Critique of Science and Psychology.” Self & Society, 41 (3), 2014, 20-27; “Fat Eats: A Phenomenology of Decadence, Food, and Health.” In Food and Everyday Life, Ed. Thomas Conroy. New York: Lexington Books, 2014; and “Unfit Women: Freedom and Constraint in the Pursuit of Health.” Special Issue of Janus Head on Interdisciplinary Feminist Phenomenology, 13, Issue 2, 2013. 58-77. Professor Welsh also presented papers at national conferences, including “Philosophy as Transformative Self-Help.” American Philosophies Forum “Crossings, Hybrids, Genres” at Stony Brook University-Manhattan (April 3rd-5th, 2014) and “Ambivalence and Anxiety in Mindful Eating” at Mindful Body in the Arts of Eating at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton  

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(January 23rd-24th, 2014). Dr. Jonathan Yeager published a book, Early Evangelicalism: A Reader, with Oxford University Press (August 2013). He also presented a paper, "The Role of Samuel Kneeland and Daniel Henchman as Jonathan Edwards's Chief Printer and Publisher in Boston," at the American Society of Church History annual winter meeting in Washington D.C. (January 2014). Dr. Yeager's work earned him the "Outstanding Research" faculty award by the College of Arts and Sciences at UTC (2013-2014), and he was awarded a William Research Fellowship at the American Antiquarian Society, to spend the month of June in Worcester, MA to conduct research on religion and transatlantic print culture (2014). Terrific year, Professor Yeager!

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Department of  Political  Science,  Public   Administration  &  Nonprofit   Management   Deborah Arfken, Professor Chair, Board of Directors, Girls Inc. Panelist, “The Secret Life of a Board Chair: Harnessing the Board CEO Staff Partnership to Achieve fundraising Success,” Association of Fundraising Professionals, Mountain City Club, April 23, 2014. Jessica Auchter, Assistant Professor The Politics of Haunting and Memory in International Relations, Routledge Publishing, March 2014. “Bloody Bodies: The Circulation of Images of Death,” International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, March 24-29, 2014. “The Spaces Enemy Bodies Occupy,” International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, March 24-29, 2014. “A Wall Painted on a Wall: The Politics of Border Graffiti.” International Studies Association Northeast, Providence, RI, November 8-9, 2013. International Studies Association, Northeast Governing Council Named Interpretive Methods Workshop Coordinator-elect Named to Journal of Narrative Politics editorial board David Carrithers, Professor Published a book review of Charles Louis de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu, My Thoughts (Mes Pensées), trans., ed., and introduced by Henry C. Clark (Indianapolis, IND: Liberty Fund, 2012) in New Perspectives on the Eighteenth Century, Vol. 11 (Spring, 2014), pp. 103-105. Stephanie Bellar, Professor 2014 Unbought and Unbossed Award, Chattanooga Girls, Inc. Michelle D. Deardorff, Professor and Department Head  

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“The Professor, Pluralism, and Pedagogy: A Reflection,” Journal of Political Science Education. 9(3) 2013: 366-373. “Reproductive Rights in the Workplace, Notions of Equality, and Federal Litigation.” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. August 29-September 1, 2013. Keynote Speaker, “Constructing the Franchise: Citizenship Rights versus Privileges and their Concomitant Policies,” Mississippi College School of Law, Law Review Symposium: Re-Examining The Voting Rights Act: Where Is Our Nation After Shelby County v. Holder? Jackson, MS, March 20-21, 2014. Panelist, “Freedom Summer National Youth Summit,” Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History. Jackson, MS, February 5, 2014. Live streamed to eleven museums plus numerous schools and individuals across country. Project Co-director, National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Faculty Institutes, with Hamer Institute, “Finding Mississippi in the National Civil Rights Narrative,” at Jackson State University with Rico D. Chapman. $185,547. 20132014. EH-50357-13. Working Group Moderator, “Teaching Political Theory and Theories,” American Political Science Association’s Conference on Teaching and Learning in Political Science. Philadelphia, PA, February 7-9, 2014. American Political Science Association • Chair, APSA Teaching and Learning Standing Committee • Chair, Frank J. Goodnow Award committee • Member, CQ Press/SAGE Award for Teaching Innovation Selection Committee Named as Consulting Editor, College Teaching. David Edwards, Associate Professor Presented “Municipal Annexation in Tennessee After the Passage of PC 1101,” Western Social Science Association Annual Conference, April 2014. John Friedl, Professor Emeritus Andre L. Honoree, David Terpstra, and John Friedl. 2014. ‘Red vs. Blue States: Cases of Employment Discrimination Influenced by Geography?’ International Journal of Business and Social Research, 3 (3) March: 1-11. Andre L. Honoree, David Terpstra, and John Friedl. 2013. “The influence of the gender and race of the judge and the type of discrimination charge on

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court case outcomes.” International Journal of Law and Management, 55 (4): 318-328. Christopher Horne, Associate Professor "Life On Point youth development program outcomes" Journal of Adolescent and Family Health, January 2014. Presented "Context-sensitive evaluation of aspiring evidence-based programs" at the Southeast Evaluation Association conference, January 2014. Delivered invited presentation to Hamilton County Health Department on evaluation of youth development programming, January 2014. Irina Khmelko, Assistant Professor “The Eighth Survey of the Members of the Ukrainian Parliament,” Report, Legislative Policy Development Program, (PDP II), 2013, USAID Publications (US State Department). Guest Speaker, USAID Mission to Russia, Ukraine and Moldova. US Embassy, Kyiv, Ukraine, July 2, 2013. Guest Speaker, IPTAC meeting: analysis of the “The Eighth PDP Survey of Members of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. Kyiv, Ukraine. (June 29, 2013). Director for Research, Research Committee of Legislative Specialists (RCLS), International Political Science Association (IPSA). Marcus Mauldin, Assistant Professor “State Use of Community-Based Organizations to Advance Urban Revitalization Politcy: The Case of the Florida Front Porch Initiative,” Journal of Public Management and Social Policy, Fall 2013. Workshop, “Police-Media Relations,” Southeastern Command and Leadership Academy, March 2014. “The Economic Impact of Chattanooga Nonprofits,” Chamber of Commerce Southside Council Meeting, April 3, 2014. "Preparing Students to Meet the Demands of the 21st Century Workforce: The Incorporation of Information Technology In the MPA Curriculum,” Northeast Conference on Public Administration, Newark, Delaware, November 1-2, 2013.

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Department of  Psychology     Mike Biderman Nguyen, N. T., & Biderman, M. D. (August, 2013). Predicting counterproductive work behavior from a bifactor model of Big Five personality. Paper presented at the meeting of the Academy of Management, Orlando, FL,. Nguyen, N. T., Biderman, M. D., & Bartram, D. (May, 2014). Bifactor models of Likert and forced choice personality measures. Presented at the 29th Annual Conference of The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Honolulu. Biderman, M. D. (May 2014). Against all odds: Bifactors in EFSs of Big Five data. Part of symposium: Theoretical and practical advances in latent variable models of personality. Presented at the 29th annual conference of The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Honolulu. Weathington, B., Huelsman, T., Biderman, M., & Bergman, S. (May, 2014). The future and promise of master’s education in I-O psychology. Roundtable/Conversation hour accepted for presentation at the 29th Annual Conference of The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Honolulu, May. Amanda Clark Dawson, D., Richardson, J., Troyer, A., Binns, M., Clark, A., Polatajko, H., Winocur, G., Hunt, A., & Bar, Y. (2014). An occupation-based strategy training approach to managing age-related executive changes: A pilot randomized controlled trial. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 28, 118-127. Clark, A., Anderson, N.D., Arshad, S. & Dawson, D. (March, 2014). Improving the discriminability of the Baycrest Multiple Errands Test. Paper presentation at the 2014 Meeting of the South Eastern Psychological Association. Nalder, E., Anderson, N., Clark, A., & Dawson, D. (November, 2013). Clinicians’ use of the Multiple Errands Test for adults with neurological disorders. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Poster presentation at the 90th Annual Conference of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Orlando, FL, USA. *Branson, R. C., *Lemay, C., *Finley, S. K., *Galloway, A., Dawson, D. & Clark, A. (November, 2013). Identifying executive dysfunction in TBI with the Multiple Errands Test. Poster presentation at the 2013 meeting of the Tennessee Psychological Association, Nashville, TN, USA. *Lemay, C., *Branson, R. C., *Finley, S. K., *Galloway, A., Dawson, D. & Clark, A. (November, 2013). Breaking the Rules: Executive Dysfunction in TBI. Poster presentation at the 2013 meeting of the Tennessee Psychological Association. 30      


Chris Cunningham Cunningham, C. J. L., & Tracey, J. B. (April, 2014). The Science of Staffing. Presentation at the HR in Hospitality Conference. Las Vegas, NV. Cooper, A., & Cunningham, C. J. L. (August, 2014). Exploring the use of non-cognitive factors in predicting college academic outcomes. Poster accepted for presentation at the upcoming Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Washington, D. C. Preston Foerder Foerder, P., Chodorow, M., & Moore III, D. E. (2013). Behavioral synchrony in two groups of communally housed captive penguins. Behaviour, 150(12), 1357 – 1374. DOI: 10.1163/1568539X-00003100 *Gormley, R. and Foerder, P. (March, 2014). Discrimination and Personality in Giant Pacific Octopuses. Presented at the Comparative Cognition Conference in Melbourne Beach, Florida. Ralph Hood Krauss, S. & Hood, R. W. Jr. (2013). A New Approach to Religious Orientation: The Commitment-Reflectivity Circumplex. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi. Keller, B., Klein, C., Hood, R. W., Jr. & Streib, H. (2013). Deconversion and religious or spiritual transformation. In H. Westernick (Ed). Constructs of meaning and religious transformation: Current issues in the Psychology of religion (pp. 119139). Vienna: University of Vienna Press. Hood, R. W. Jr. (2014). Gordon W. Allport. In D.A. Leming, K. Madde4n, & S. Marlan (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion, 2nd. ed., Vol. 1, pp. 5661. New York: Springer. DOI 10,1007/978-146146086-2. New York: Springer Science+Buisness. Hood, R. W. Jr. & Belzen, J. A. (2013). Research methods in the psychology of religion and spirituality. In R. F. Paloutzian & C. L. Park (Eds.), Handbook of the Psychology of Religion and Apirituality, 2nd. Ed, pp. 75-93. New Yiork: Guilford. Hood, R. W. Jr. & Chen, Z. (2013). Mystical, spiritual, and religious experiences. In . R. F. Paloutzian & C. L. Park (Eds.), Handbook of the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 2nd. Ed, pp. 422-440. New York: Guilford. Hood, R. W. Jr. (2013). Methodology in the psychology of religion. In Anne L. C. Runehov & Oviedo, L. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Sciences and Religion, Vol. 3, (pp. 1314-1322), New York: Springer. Hood, R. W. Jr. & Chen, Z. (2013). Conversion and deconversion. In S. Bullivant & M. Ruse (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Atheism, (pp. 537-549). New York: 31    


Oxford. Also, Oxford Handbooks Online, December, DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199644650.013.024 Hood, R. W. Jr. (2014) Gordow W. Allport. In Leeming, D. A., Madden, K., & Marlan, S. (Eds) Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion, 2nd ed., Vol 1, pp 56-61. New York, Heidelberg, Dordrecht, London: Springer. Hood, R. W. Jr. (2013). Theory and methods in the psychological study of mysticism. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 23, 294-306. Hood, R. W. Jr., & Spilka, B. (2014). A chronological overview of the psychology of religion.Religious Studies and Theology, 31, 129-146. (print ISSN 0892-2922; online ISSN 1747-5414) Silver, C., Hood, R. W. Jr., & Williamson, W. P. (2014) The Differential Evaluation of Religious Risk Rituals Involving Serpents in Two Cultures. Religiosa Studia (http://www.wuj.pl/page,art,artid,2082.html). Williamson, W. P. & Hood, R. W. Jr. (2013). The role of mentoring in spiritual transformation: A faith-based approach to recovery from substance abuse. Pastoral Psychology, 62, (DOI 10.1007/s11089-013-0558-0, published online 05 September, Springer Science+Business Media, New York) Strieb, H. & Hood, R. W. Jr. (2013). Modeling the religious field: Religion, spirituality, mysticism, and related world views. Implicit Religion, 16, 137-155. (online: doi: 10.1558/imre.v16i2.137). Williamson, W. P. & Hood, R. W. Jr. (2013). Religious fundamentalism and perceived threats: A report from an experimental study. Mental Health, Religion, & Culture, DOI: 10.1080/13674676.2013.857297 Williamson, W. P. & Hood, R. W. Jr. (2013). Spiritual transformation: A phenomenological study. Pastoral Psychology, 62, 889-906. Williamson, P. W. & Hood, R. W. Jr. (in press). Religious serpent handling and community relations. Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community. Hood, R. W. Jr. (in press). Them that believe: A postmodern exploration of the contemporary serpent handlers of Appalachia. Scripta Instituti Donnerian Aboensis, Postmodern Spirituality, Vol. 21, ss. 72-91. On line Hood, R,. W. Jr. (November, 2013). A reconsideration of William James and the common core thesis revisited. Plenary address, Religions: fields of research, methods, and perspectives, International Crakow study of religions, Uniwersyter Papieski, Jana Pawla II, w Krakowie,Cracow. Hood, R. W. Jr. (November, 2013). Timothy Leary and the Psychedelic Spiritual Quest. Invited Presentation, Department of Religious Studies, Uniwerrsytet Jagiellonski, w Krakowie, Poland.

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Hood, R. W. Jr. (September, 2013). Appalation Serpents Handles and the law. Invited Lecture, Religious Studies Department, Middle Tennessee State University. Hood, R. W, Jr. (September, 2013). The question of religious cults: Theoretical and legal issues. Invited Lecture, Religious Studies Department, Middle Tennessee State University. Hood, R. W. Jr. (October, 2013). Tennessee Serpent Hancdlers. Invited lecture Chattanooga Historical Society, EPB Community Room. Hood, R. W. Jr. (December, 2013). Why Seventh Day Adventists should be interested in legal issue surrounding the contemporary serpent handlers of Appalachia. Invited lecture, Department of Psychology, Southern Adventist University. Hood, R. W. Jr. (August, 2013). Project design, field work, focus group construction, & basic results. In R. W. Hood Jr. (Chair). Symposium: Empirical explorations of spirituality. American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii. Hood, R. W. Jr. (2014). Gordon W. Allport. In D.A. Leming, K. Madde4n, & S. Marlan (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion, 2nd. ed., Vol. 1, pp. 5661. New York: Springer. DOI 10,1007/978-146146086-2. New York: Springer Science + Business. Hood, R. W. Jr. & Belzen, J. A. (2013). Research methods in the psychology of religion and spirituality. In R. F. Paloutzian & C. L. Park (Eds.), Handbook of the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 2nd. Ed, pp. 75-93. New York: Guilford. Hood, R. W. Jr. & Chen, Z. (2013). Mystical, spiritual, and religious experiences. In R. F. Paloutzian & C. L. Park (Eds.), Handbook of the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 2nd. Ed, pp. 422-440. New York: Guilford. Hood, R. W. Jr. (2013). Methodology in the psychology of religion. In Anne L. C. Runehov & Oviedo, L. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Sciences and Religion, Vol. 3, (pp. 1314-1322), New York: Springer. Hood, R. W. Jr. & Chen, Z. (2013). Conversion and deconversion. In S. Bullivant & M. Ruse (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Atheism, (pp. 537-549). New York: Oxford. Also, Oxford Handbooks Online, December, DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199644650.013.024 Hood, R. W. Jr. (2014). Gordon W. Allport. In Leeming, D. A., Madden, K., & Marlan, S. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion, 2nd ed., Vol. 1, pp 56-61. New York, Heidelberg, Dordrecht, London: Springer. Hood, R. W. Jr. (August, 2013). Multiple Papers and Symposia presented at the International Association for the Psychology of Religion Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland. Ron Morris

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P. J. Watson, Zhuo Chen, and Ronald J. Morris. (2014). Varieties of Quest and the Religious Openness Hypothesis within Religious Fundamentalist and Biblical Foundationalist Ideological Surrounds, Religions, 5, 1–20; doi:10.3390/rel5010001. Brian O’Leary Garcia-Ramirez, G., Watson, P. J., O’Leary, B. J., & Cunningham, C. J. L. (August, 2014). Self-Worth as Mediators between Narcissism and Aggression. To be presented at the 2014 Annual Meetings of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. *Thompson, I. B., O’Leary, B. J., Cunningham, C. J. L., Biderman, M. D., & Carter, P. J. (November, 2013). The Effect of the Perceived Availability of Resources on the Appraisal of Challenge and Hindrance Stress by K-12 Teachers. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Management Association, New Orleans, LA, November 2013. O’Leary, B. J., & Weathington, B. L. (March, 2014). Diversity is! Now deal with it? Invited talk for the Arts + Issues Series at the Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN. Nicky Ozbek *Jones, J., *McCurdy M., Ozbek, I. N., & Tumlin, J. A. (April, 2014). Variability in Olfactory Detection in End-Stage Renal Disease Patients. Presented at the Association of Chemoreception Sciences, Bonita Springs, Florida. Also presented at UTC’s Research Day, 2014. *LeMay, C. C., Galloway, A. L., *Tewalt, W., & Ozbek, I. N. (April, 2014). The Hormonal Mystery: Olfactory Sensitivity and Hormone Fluctuation Throughout the Menstrual Cycle. Presented at the Association of Chemoreception Sciences, Bonita Springs, Florida,. Also being presented at UTC’s Research Day, 2014. *Christopher, E. A., *Kelle, J. J., Sinning, G., *Coleman, B., *Gormley, R., *Holsonback, R., *Tewalt, W., & Ozbek, I. N. (February, 2014). Equipping Graduate students to be Teachers of Psychology: A Common Core? Presented at the Southeastern Conference of the Teaching of Psychology, Atlanta Georgia,. *McCurdy, M, *Jones, J., & Ozbek, I. N. (April, 2014). Depression Scores as a Predictor of Olfactory Sensitivity in End Stage Renal Disease Patients. Presented at the Association of Chemoreceptions Sciences, Bonita Springs, Florida. Also being presented at UTC’s Research Day, 2014. David Ross Ross, D. et al. (2014). The Psychology of the Elderly Eyewitness, Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon Publishers.

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Ross, D. (2014). Eyewitness memory: The Good, Bad, and Ugly. Invited address given to the Indiana Association of District Attorneys. Ross, D. (2014). A mindfulness approach to witness preparation. Invited address given to the American Inns of court (Chattanooga chapter). Jill Shelton Elliott, E. M., Morey, C. C., Morey, R. D., Eaves, S., Shelton, J. T., & Lutfi-Proctor, D. A. (2014). The role of modality: auditory and visual distracters in Stroop interference. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 26, 15-26. Shelton, J. T., Mullet, H., Cahill, M. Scullin, M. K., Einstein, G. O., & McDaniel, M. A. (2013). Resource depletion does not influence prospective memory in college students. Consciousness and Cognition. 22, 1223-1230. Scullin, M. K., McDaniel, M. A., & Shelton, J. T. (2013). The dynamic multiprocess framework: Evidence from prospective memory with contextual variability. Cognitive Psychology, 67, 55-71. Shelton, J. T. (February, 2014). I forgot to buy the bread! The impact of phone conversations on shopping behavior. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Southern Society of Philosophy and Psychology, Charleston, SC. Shelton, J. T., *Christopher, E., and Bauer, M. (April, 2014). Predicting fluid intelligence from working memory and secondary memory: Working memory is still special. Poster presented at the Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, GA. Shelton, J. T., Lee, J. H., Scullin, M. K., Rose, N., Rendell, P., & McDaniel, M. A. (May, 2014). Implementation intentions boost prospective memory in very mildly demented older adults. Paper to be presented at the 4th Interantional Conference on Prospective Memory, Naples, Italy. Shelton, J. T., Brown, N., Mason, A., Gelineau, Vazquez, O. (May, 2014). I forgot to buy the bread, but I bought bagels! The impact of phone conversations on prospective memory. Poster to be presented at the 4th International Conference on Prospective Memory, Naples, Italy. Amye Warren *Villamarin, K., *Atkinson, D., Warren, A.R., & *Kulisek, N. (March, 2014). Minimizing perceptions of guilt: Effects of interrogation technique and suspect age on views of juvenile confessions. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, New Orleans, LA. Warren, A.R., Kehn, A., Schweitzer, K., Nunez, N., & Pepper, C. (March, 2014). Development of the Child Credibility Assessment Scale: A tool to assess perceptions of child witnesses. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, New Orleans, LA.

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Paul Watson Kamble, S. V., Watson, P. J., Marigoudar, S. & Chen, Z. (2014). Attitude toward Hinduism, religious orientations, and psychological adjustment in India. Mental Health, Religion, and Culture, 17, 161-172. Watson, P. J., Chen, Z., & Morris, R. J. (2014). Varieties of quest and the religious openness hypothesis within religious fundamentalist and biblical foundationalist ideological surrounds. Religions, 5, 1-20. Watson, P. J. (2014). Transition beyond postmodernism: Pluralistic culture, incommensurable rationalities, and future objectivity. Review & Expositor, 111, 33-40. Chen, Z., Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., & Aghababaei, N. (2013). Muslim experiential religiousness and Muslim attitudes toward religion: Dissociation of experiential and attitudinal aspects of religiosity in Iran. Studia Religiologica, 46, 35-44. Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Salimian M. & Chen, Z. (2013). Shame and guilt: Relationships of Test of Self-Conscious Affect measures with psychological adjustment and gender differences in Iran. Interpesona: An International Journal on Personal Relationships, 7(1), 97-109. Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Geranmayepour, S., & Chen, Z. (2013). Analyzing the spirituality of Muslim experiential religiousness: Relationships with psychological measures of Islamic religiousness in Iran. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 35, 233-258. Khan, Z. H., Watson, P. J., & Chen, Z. (2013). Smoking, Muslim religious commitments and the experience and behavior of Ramadan in Pakistani men. Mental Health, Religion, & Culture, 16, 663-670. Bart Weathington Weathington, B.L., Bergman, S.M., & Bergman, J.Z. (2014). Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 7(1), 35-38. *Roorda, A. & Weathington, B.L. (2013). Superstitious Behavior and Ritualistic Practices among Former Athletes. Modern Psychological Studies, 18(2), 145-166. Cunningham, C.J.L., Weathington, B.L., & Pittenger, D.J. (August 2013). Research Methods for the Health Sciences. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Weathington, B.L. (2013). Benefits. In V. Smith & J.G. Golson (Eds.), Sociology of Work. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Inc. Weathington, B.L. & *Hall-McKane, S. (2013). Robber Barons. In L.M. Salinger & J.G. Golson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of White-Collar and Corporate Crime (2nd Edition). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Inc.

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Bergman, S., Biderman, M., Huelsman, T., & Weathington, B. (2014, May). Addressing the Challenges of Master’s Education in I-O Psychology. Roundtable Discussion to be presented at the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Honolulu, HI. Bergman, S., Chambers, R., Horn, Z., Winter, J., Weathington, B., Tamanini, K., & Feuquay, J. (2014, May). Social Networking: Selection’s Dream Come True or a Virtual Nightmare? Panel Discussion to be presented at the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Honolulu, HI. Lobo, B. & Weathington, B.L. (February, 2014). Overconfidence among Experts and Novices. Presentation at the 51st Annual Conference of the Academy of Economics and Finance. Chattanooga, TN. Weathington, B.L. (May, 2013). Teetering on Work-Life Balance. Presentation for Arts + Issues Speaker Series at the Hunter Museum, Chattanooga, TN.

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Department of  Sociology,  Anthropology   and  Geography   (* = current or former UTC student, bold denotes department faculty member) Books Ebbe, Obi N. I. 2013. Comparative and International Criminal Justice Systems: Policing, Judiciary, and Corrections, 3rd Ed. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press of Taylor and Francis Group. Educational Publications Miles, H. Lyn. 2014. Can Chantek talk in codes? In Haviland, W., Prins, H., Walrath, D., McBride, B. (eds.) Anthropology: The Human Challenge 14th edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Cengage Learning. pp. 376-377. Peer-Reviewed Publications Ebbe, Obi N.I. (Guest Editor). 2014. Special Issue: Comparative and International Criminal Justice, Guest editor’s introduction, Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 12(1): 1-3. Van Ness, S. 2013. Service learning class projects for student engagement, Journal for Academic Excellence Center for Academic Excellence, Dalton State, 1(6): 21-28. Technical Reports Harris, N., Honerkamp, N. 2014. Results of archaeological monitoring, Taylor Fish Camp Pavilion (9GN12), Cannon’s Point, St. Simons Island, Georgia. Report on file, Jeffrey L. Brown Institute of Archaeology, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Honerkamp, N. 2013a. Riverbank erosion and cultural features, South End, (9CH155) Ossabaw Island. Report on file, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Atlanta. Honerkamp, N. 2013b. Preliminary archaeological survey results at Cannon’s Point, St. Simons Island, Georgia. Report on file, Jeffrey L. Brown Institute of Archaeology, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Honerkamp, N., Gilligan, M.* 2013. Past and present landscapes at the North End Site (9CH1062) Ossabaw Island, Georgia. Report on file, Jeffrey L. Brown Institute of Archaeology, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Presentations

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Ebbe, Obi N.I. 2013. Prison inmate education and rehabilitation: an international comparison. Paper presented at the Rethinking Prisons Conference, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. Ebbe, Obi N.I. 2013. International criminal tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR): Heads of state no more beyond incrimination. Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA. Honerkamp, N. 2014. Interpretive inertia and data concatenation at Cannon’s Point. Paper presented at the Society for Historical Archaeology, Quebec, Canada. Laing, C. 2013. Smoky Mountain kitsch: assessing the development of Gatlinburg, Tennessee’s tourist landscape. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers, Roanoke, VA. Maynard, G. 2013. International trade and youth smoking in the developing world. Paper presented at the American Sociological Society, New York, NY. Maynard, G., Woods, M.,* 2014. Educational attainment and county health outcomes in Tennessee. Paper presented at the UTC Research Day, Chattanooga, TN. Miles, H. Lyn. 2013. Flipping ‘Otzi’: how prehistoric frozen mummies help student learning. Paper presented at the Fourth Annual Dalton State College Teaching and Learning Conference, Dalton, GA. Miles, H. Lyn. 2013. Chimps, cheetahs, and community. Paper presented at the Fourth Annual Dalton State College Teaching and Learning Conference, Dalton, GA. Tym, A. 2013. Big bucks in biking: the economic impact of the bicycling industry in Chattanooga, TN. Paper presented at the Southeast Division of the Association of American Geographers, Roanoke, VA. Tym, A. 2013. Teaching Asia’s geography through the great rivers. Paper presented at the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Duke University, NC. Van Ness, S. 2013. The intersection of supermax confinement and politics in the age of fear, Paper presented at the Rethinking Prisons Conference, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. Poster Presentations Ziwtter, M., Guo, Z., Ezell, C.M., 2013. Integrating care for the severe and persistently mentally ill at point of service: the use of Tai Chi with group home residents, Poster presented at the American Psychiatric Nursing 27th Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX. Workshop Presentations

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Guo, Z. 2013. Standing like a tree and moving like water: applying Tai Chi Chuan, its ideas and methods to promote physical and mental fitness participation of individuals living with SPMI, American Psychiatric Nursing 27th Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.

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Department of  Theatre  and  Speech   John Burgess attended and completed the "Broadway Lighting Master Class" in NYC last May. Gaye Jeffers had her play Philo produced by Tennessee State University this spring. She has also been accepted and will attend the Yale Writer’s Conference. Patrick Sweetman directed Blithe Spirit and And Then There Were None for the Chattanooga Theatre Centre. Last July, Steve Ray directed and designed the set for Legally Blonde: the Musical for the Chattanooga Theatre Centre, which received five “Miss Annie” awards including “Audience Favorite Spotlight Production.” Stephanie Henderson will return to Italy as the Costume Designer for the touring opera company La Musica Lirica. This year she will take three UTC students, Cricket Glenn, Rebecca Rouse and Samantha Johnson, with her as design assistants. Currently she is designing costumes for Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s production of To Kill a Mockingbird. Adam Miecielica designed the set for the University of Arkansas’ production of As You Like It in April. He is also designing scenery for local television station Fox 61. The department garnered sponsorship of our season by the First Tennessee Foundation for the first time this year.

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UTC College of Arts & Sciences, Faculty Achievements, 2013-14  

UTC College of Arts & Sciences, Faculty Achievements, 2013-14

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