July 2007- January 2008
Courtney, Department of Geography,
co-authored the book chapter “Measuring and Mapping Conflict-related
Deaths and Segregation: Lessons from the Belfast Troubles” for
inclusion in a book on geographic information systems and homeland
Dr. Richard A.
Crooker, Department of Geography,
published “Ecological Marginalization and Hill Tribe Security in
Northern Thailand” in The Geographical Bulletin, vol. 48(1),
pp. 15-40, 2007; "Atlantic Ocean" pp. 79-80, "Continental Shelf" pp.
361-362, "Ocean Currents" pp. 394-395, and "Indian Ocean" pp.
913-914 in the Encyclopedia of the Environment & Society, Sage
Publications, Thousand Oaks, Calif., 2007.
Dr. Eric Johnson,
Department of History,
published “Libertines and Liberty: State Justice and Changing
Regimes in the Eighteenth-Century,” “A Review of Lawrence Bongie,”
“From Rogue to Everyman: A Foundling’s Journal to the Bastille and
David Andress,” and “The Terror: The Merciless War for Freedom in
Revolutionary France,” in the journal Eighteenth Century Studies.
Kelleher, Department of History,
published the book reviews “Review of Sex Among the Rabble: An
Intimate History of Gender and Power in the Age of Revolution,
Philadelphia, 1730-1830,” by Clare A. Lyons in Pennsylvania
History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies and “Review of The
Paddy Camps: The Irish Lowell, 1821-61” by Brian C. Mitchell, an
H-Net Book Review, published by H-Urban.
Kevin Kjos, Department of Music,
was quoted extensively in the Fall 2007 “Jazz Times Education Guide”
under the article “Recording School.” He was interviewed about KU’s
Jazz Studies recording program. Other schools noted include
North Texas State, Berklee College of Music, and the Eastman School
Kremser, Department of Criminal Justice,
published “Pennsylvania Justice” with Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008.
Department of Communication Design,
published the French translation of “Mendel’s Daughter-La Fille
De Mendel” in 2007. He also published “Mendel’s Daughter” in
paperback edition, Free Press, 2007. The original art from “Mendel’s
Daughter” was included in the exhibition “De Superman au Chat Du
Rabbin. Les Juifs et la Bande Dessinée” at the Musée d’art
etd’histoire du Judaïsme in Paris, France, October 2007 – January
2008. The exhibition traveled to the Joods Historisch
Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands and is on display from March
through June 2008.
Lippincott, Department of Counseling and Psychological Services,
co-edited “Special Populations in College Student Counseling: A
Handbook for Clinicians,” American Counseling Association Press,
Alexandria, Va., 2007.
Department of Communication Design,
wrote an essay for Rendezvous: Idaho State University’s Journal
of the Arts, on the Mexican Artists Collective, ASARO.
The essay is published in the Spring 2008 issue and illustrated with
reproductions of woodblock prints from the collection which were on
exhibit at KU’s Rohrbach Library through January 2008.
director of Community Relations and Development Services,
published in Berks County Living magazine “Reading to Welcome Back
Skate America” about an international figure skating event, issue
10, pg. 9, October 2007, and “Tragedy to Treasure: Decorator Show
House Spotlights A Host Of Signature Styles” about a charity event
featuring numerous decorators and designers who have donated their
time and talent to professionally designing parts of the Windsor
Street House, issue 10, pp. 48-60, October 2007.
Nordlund, Department of Art Education and Crafts,
published “Epiphanal Reflection as Research Method” in S. McGuire
(ed.) Zurmuehlen’s “Working Papers in Art Education,” University of
Nurczynski, Department of English,
published, “My Hometown: Aruba" under her pen name Melissa Marshall
in the October 2007 issue of Budget Travel magazine.
Peterson, Department of Mathematics,
with Jane Murphy Wilburne of Penn State Harrisburg,
published “Using a Before-During-After Model to Plan Effective
Secondary Mathematics Lessons” in Mathematics Teacher, vol.
101, no. 3, pp. 209-213, October 2007.
Department of Nursing,
co-authored the peer-reviewed journal article “Colorectal Cancer
Incidence and Mortality in Northeastern Pennsylvania” for the
Journal of Registry Management, vol. 34, no. 3, pp. 99-105.
Dr. Cristine J.
Rhoads, Department of Accounting and Finance,
published the following articles: “More Technology in Berks: For
Better or for Worse?” in the Eastern Pennsylvania Business
Journal, vol. 18, issue 26, pg. 11, July 2007; “In a Family
Firm, Manager May Struggle with Relatives” in the Eastern
Pennsylvania Business Journal, vol. 18, issue 21, pg. 12;
“Optimizing Financial Investment and Technology Use for Business
Health” in JDEtips Journal., vol. 8, issue 3, pp. 61-63, July
2007; and “In Business, ‘To the Technologically Savvy Go the
Spoils’” in the Eastern Pennsylvania Business Journal. vol.
18, issue 15, pg. 15, April 2007.
Stewart, Department of Art Education,
with Kathleen Walck, co-authored a series of articles for
“School Arts 2007-08” in which they highlight artists and artworks
from the PBS series “Craft in America.” Stewart, Walck, and
Lise Dubé, director of education at the Allentown Art Museum, also
created the educational guides that accompany the PBS series.
Stewart is senior author of the elementary textbook series
“Explorations in Art” published for grades 1-5, Davis Publications,
Worcester, Mass., 2008.
Ronald Stoffey, Department of Psychology,
with Jennifer Bottinelli, Department of English, and Dr.
Robert M Gorden, co-authored the paper "MMPI-2 Findings of Primitive
Defenses in Alienating Parents" in The American Journal of Family
Therapy, June 2007.
Dr. Francis J.
Vasko, Department of Mathematics,
and Peter Huegler, Lock Haven University, published the paper
“Metaheuristics for Melt Shop Scheduling in the Steel Industry” in
The Journal of the Operational Research Society, vol. 58, no.
6, pp. 791-796, June 2007. In this paper, they discuss metaheuristic
solutions to the very complex and important logistical problem of
scheduling a melt shop at an integrated steel plant.
Dr. Carol Watson,
Department of Elementary Education,
published “Pen Pals Letter Exchanges: Taking First Steps Toward
Developing Cultural Understandings” in The Reading Teacher,
Dr. Todd O.
Williams, Department of English,
published the note “Reading Rossetti’s ‘The Mirror’ through Lacan’s
Mirror Stage,” in The Explicator; published the article
“Teaching Morris’s Early Dream Poems through the Three Registers” in
The Journal of William Morris Studies, November 2007; and
published “Christina Rossetti’s Faithful Imagination,” a review of
Dinah Roe’s book, in The Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies,
Dr. Robert C.
Ziegenfus, Department of Geography, Faculty Athletics Representative,
unveiled his Division II best practices Website at the Faculty
Athletics Representative Association annual meeting and symposium,
Baltimore, Md., November 2007.