January - June 2008
Dr. Ann E.
Bebout, Department of
Physical Sciences, with Gray E. Bebout and Colin M. Graham,
published the article “Cycling of B, Li, and LILE (K, Cs, Rb, Ba, Sr)
into subduction zones: SIMS evidence from micas in high-P/T
metasedimentary rocks” in Chemical Geology, vol. 239 (3-4),
pp. 284-304, April 2007.
A. Crooker, Department
of Geography, had two articles, "Climate Data, Proxy Records" and
"El Niño and La Niña," accepted for publication in the Encyclopedia
of Global Warming and Climate Change, Sage Publications, Thousand
Oaks, Calif., 2008.
M. Casner, Department of
English, published: “Creating Individualized Toolbars for Electronic
Evaluation of Student Assignments” in “South Central Association
for language learning Technology (SOCALLT) ’07: 21st Century
Technology in Language Teaching and Learning,” iUniverse, New York,
2007; “Polish/American Technology-based Cultural Exchange” in
“SOCALLT ’08: Navigating the C’s with Technology,” iUniverse, New
York, 2008; and “Writing Made Simple: Book 1: The Writing Process,”
Author House, Bloomington, Ind., 2008.
Department of Modern Language Studies, published: “Vision blaisienne
de l’enfance: le salut par l’écriture dans Une Saison dans la vie
d’Emmanuel de Marie-Claire Blais” in “Visions poétiques de
Marie-Claire Blais,” Les éditions du remue-ménage, Montréal, Québec,
Canada, 2007; “Coming to Writing in Marie-Claire Blais’ ‘Les
Manuscrits de Pauline Archange’” in “Francophone Women Coming
of Age: Memoirs of Childhood and Adolescence from France, Africa,
Quebec and the Caribbean,” Cambridge University Press, Newcastle,
U.K. 2007; “L’Odyssée d’un peuple: D’Acadie en Louisiane” in
“Perspectives créoles: Louisiane, Antilles et Haïti,” Les Presses
Universitaires du Nouveau-Monde, New Orleans, La. 2007; “Going Back
to School 2006” in “Breakthrough: Essays in Honor of John Rassias,”
Peter Lang, N.Y., 2007. Her published solicited book reviews
include: Frédéric Bastien, “Le poids de la coopération: Le rapport
France-Amérique” in “Chaire de recherche du Canada en Etudes
Québécoises et Canadiennes,” Collection Débats, Québec-Amérique,
Montréal, Québec, Canada, 2007; Pierre Couture, “Guillaume Couture,
le roturier bâtisseur,” XYZ, Montréal, Québec, Canada, 2007; and
Janine Ricouart et Roseanna Dufault, “Les Secrets de la Sphinxe:
Lectures de l’oeuvre d’Anne-Marie Alonzo,” Les Editions du remue-ménage,
Montréal, Québec, Canada, 2007.
of English, published “The Clock Maker’s Memoir,” Cuneiform Press,
Brooklyn, N.Y., 2007; the articles “The Sphinx Reversed: Some
Thoughts on Olson’s Melville,” in “Charles Olson: A Poet’s Prose,”
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007; “A Place of First Permission:
Robert Duncan’s Atlantis Dream” and “Often I Am Permitted to Return
to a Meadow,” in Modernism/Modernity, 2008; and the interview
“Making Poetry Otherwise: A Roundtable Discussion with Jackson Mac
Low,” in Jacket, vol. 34, 2007.
Fountain, Department of
Art Education and Crafts, was invited to be an on-going columnist
for the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
Newsletter on Literacy. The first column, "Using Art to
Differentiate Literature Instruction," was published March 2008.
Friehauf, Department of
Physical Sciences, published “Iron-sulfur redox and its effect on
sulfur isotope fractionation in carbonate-hosted Cu-Au replacement
ores, Superior, Arizona” for the Arizona Geological
Society Ores and Orogenesis Symposium, Tucson, Ariz., September
P. Gabriel, Department
of History, reviewed Craig W. Horle’s “Lawmaking and Legislators in
Pennsylvania,” in “Pennsylvania History,” vol. 3, pp.
1767-1775 and vol. 74, pp. 563-566, August 2007.
Herr, Department of
English, published a critical edition of Ellen Wood’s Victorian
novel “Danesbury House,” Whitlock Press, fall 2008.
Department of Criminal Justice, published a peer reviewed article in
the Pennsylvania Association for Adult Continuing Education
Journal of Lifelong Learning.
Kjos, Department of
Music, published “How to Build a Jazz Program” in JazzEd Magazine,
March 2008. Under the direction of Kjos, “The Best is Yet to Come,”
a compact disc by KU Jazz Ensemble I, was released, April 2008.
Logan, Department of
Criminal Justice, published two encyclopedia entries, “Foreign
Intelligence Surveillance Act” and “Search Warrants,” the latter
co-authored by Jonathan Kremser, Department of Criminal Justice, in
“Battleground: Criminal Justice,” January 2008.
Jordan D. Marché II,
Department of Physical Sciences, published “Biographical
Encyclopedia of Astronomers,” Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2007.
Department of Anthropology/Sociology, published “Family” and
“Graying of Homophobia and Population,” in the Encyclopedia of
Social Problems, Sage Publications Inc., May 2008.
McNamara, Department of
English, published "Canals and the Irish Involvement" in "The Irish
in America," a three-volume work containing the contributions the
Irish have made to American life, ABC-CLIO, March 2008. He was the
editor of “Which Direction Ireland,” Cambridge Scholars Publishing,
of English, published a book review for "Swimming in a Sea of Death"
on The Yaloshuba Review Online; a work of creative
nonfiction, "Peru Train,” in The Yaloshuba Review: Literary
Journal of the University of Mississippi, spring 2008; and
published the magazine articles “My Hometown Aruba" in Budget Travel
magazine, November 2007; and "The Philadelphia Wine School" and
"Little St. Simons Island" in US Airways Magazine, January 2008.
Pisciotta, Department of
Criminal Justice, published: a book review of Norman Johnston’s
“Forms of Constraint: A History of Prison Architecture” in
International Criminal Justice Review, vol. 17, pp. 250-252,
September 2007; “African American Criminal (In) Justice” in
“Battleground: Criminal Justice,” vol. 1, pp. 13-24, Westport,
Conn., Greenwood Press, 2007; and the entries “Sojourner Truth,”
“Harriet Tubman,” and “Juvenile Justice” in the Encyclopedia of
Race, Ethnicity and Society, Los Angeles, Calif., Sage Publications,
Christine J. Rhoads,
Department of Accounting and Finance, published the following
articles in the Eastern Pennsylvania Business Journal:
“Meetings of the Future will have Wall-sized Videoconferences,” vol.
18 (48), pg.10, December 2007; “Meditation May Help in Leading
People, Boosting Wealth,” vol. 19 (1), pp. 5-7, Jan. 7 2008; “Will
Online Trade Shows Ever Replace Real Ones,” vol. 19 (3), pg.3, Jan.
21, 2008; she published the following articles in JDEtips Journal:
“Maximizing Staff Experience and Technology Use for Business
Health,” vol. 8 (6), pp. 63-66, December 2007; “IT Spending in an
Uncertain Economy,” vol. 9 (2), pp. 67-69, April 2008; and the
following articles in the SAPtips Journal: “To ASP or Not to
ASP,” vol. 5 (5), pp.65-69, November 2007; “Maximizing Staff
Experience and Technology Use for Business Health,” vol. 5 (6), pp.
79-82, January 2008; “Maximizing Planning and Technology Use for
Business Health,” vol. 6 (1), pp. 86-91, March 2008; “IT Spending in
an Uncertain Economy,” vol. 6 (2) pp. 68-70, April 2008, and
“Maximizing Staff Experience and Technology Use for Business
Health,” vol. 9 (1), pp. 50-54, February 2008. With Praeger
Publishing, Wesport, Conn., she published the book “Entrepreneur’s
Guide to Managing Information Technology,” March 2008, and edited
the books “Entrepreneur’s Guide to Hiring and Building the Team,”
January 2008, and “The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Managing Growth and
Handling Crises,” January 2007. She published the articles
“Gathering IV: Scrubbing Rocks,” in The Wonderful Book of
Wonderful Things: Gathering IV, vol. 21 (1), pp.374-376,
December 2007 and “From Harming to Healing: A recent history of
Taiji,” in the Journal of Martial Arts and Healing, vol. 2
(2), pp. 10-12, December 2007. Her article “A Predictive Model for
Effective Technology Use” is scheduled to be published in the
Journal of Applied Business and Economics, vol. 8 (2), September
Schwartz, Department of
English, interviewed Dang Nhat Minh, Vietnam's most prominent film
director. The interview, taped November 2007, was broadcast on
Haydenfilms.com, an online festival for independent filmmakers,
M. Schnell, Department
of Geography, published the article “Food with a Farmer’s Face:
Community-Supported Agriculture in the United States,” Geographical
Review magazine, vol. 97 (4), pp. 550-564, 2007; “Cyber-Trashing the
Third World,” in The Sylvanian, the Pennsylvania Chapter of the
Sierra Club newsletter, pp.18-19, November 2007/February 2008.
S. Spiegel, Department
of Computer Science, and William J. Jefferson, coordinator of
the Learning Technology Center, published the article
“Implementation of a University Standard for Personal Response
Systems,” in the Association for Advancement of Computing in
Education Journal. With Linda L. Day, chair, Department
of Computer Science, and, Lisa M. Frye, Department of
Computer Science, he published "Issues in the Instantiation of
Template Classes," in SIGCSE Bulletin Inroads, June 2008.
H. Thomas, Department of
English, published: the book “Blue Ruby,” FootHills Publishing,
Kanona, N.Y., 2008; “Wallace Stevens: Reading’s Gift to Modern
Poetry,” in Berks County Living magazine, February 2008; and
reviewed Susan Smith Nash’s “Lonelyhearts Pawn Shop,” in
Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, fall
of Music, completed the manuscript of a new methods book, “Music in
Elementary Education,” Prentice-Hall, which is scheduled for
publication October 2008. The book is co-authored with Dr. John W.
Flohr of Texas Woman’s University.
Department of Human Kinetics, co-authored the book chapter, "A Look
at the Watching Friends and Relatives Market at the 2007 Cricket
World Cup," in “International Sport Events: The Caribbean
Experience,” University of the West Indies, Trinidad, March 2008.
Voccola, Department of
English, edited Alexander Kielland’s "Skipper Worse," translation by
Christopher Fauske, Cross-Cultural Communications, N.Y., 2008.
Walker, Department of
Accounting and Finance, and Henry F. Check Jr., Department of
Accounting and Finance, co-authored a special report, “To Understand
Interest Rates You Need to Understand Interest Rate Theory,” in
Banker’s Economic & Investment Alert magazine, December 2007; the
article “Will 2008 Be Similar to 2007,” was published in
Banker’s Economic & Investment Alert magazine, March 2008. He
co-authored with Joseph G. Blake, Department of Accounting
and Finance, the economics report “An Economic Outlook for 2008 and
Beyond,” published online, January 2008, at:
C. Ziegenfus, Department
of Geography, and Faculty Athletics Representative, published “An
NCAA Convention Update for Division II” in the publication of the
Faculty Athletics Representatives Association (FARA) Faculty
Voice, January 2008.