Albert S. Cook Library
David Dahl, Librarian, presented his paper, “Lightning in a Bottle: Managing Ideas to Spur Innovation,” at the Association of College and Research Libraries’ 2011 Annual Conference in Philadelphia. The paper will be included in the proceedings for the conference. He also facilitated a roundtable entitled “The Un-roundtable: Rethinking the Unthinkable”.
Carissa Tomlinson, Librarian, was among those interviewed for an article, "College Librarians Look at Better Ways to Measure the Value of Their Services," in the
Apr. 4 issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education. To read it, go to http://chronicle.com/article/College-Librarians-Look-at/126975/.
College of Business and Economics
Joanne Li, Finance, has been named the Associate Editor for Financial Analysts Journal (FAJ). FAJ is considered to be among the leading journals globally in the field of finance.
College of Education
The followed presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference, held in Nashville, Tenn., March 7-11
Doug Elmendorf and Liyan Song: Developing a classroom observation tool on pedagogy and technology integration: A Delphi study
Frank Feng, Liyan Song, and Wei Wang: Using Ning to design meaningful language learning environments: A case study with Chinese students in a college English class
Laura Frazier and Bill Sadera: Distance education in teacher education: A national study
Jeff Kenton: Designing a graduate capstone course: Encouraging evidence-based practice in educational technology
College of Liberal Arts
Brian J. Gorman, Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice, published an article entitled, “Patent Office as Biosecurity Gatekeeper: Fostering Responsible Science and Building Public Trust in DIY Science,” in The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law .
Fisher College of Science and Mathematics
Sarah Haines, Biological Sciences, and Richard Foot, a teacher in residence at the Center for Science & Mathematics Education, presented work performed on an NSF grant at the National Association for Biology Teachers annual conference in Minneapolis. The title of the presentation was “Using Native Species to Affect Water Quality and Enhance Student Motivation for Environmental Science Literacy.”