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  Professional Contributions

 


July 2008 - January 2009

PRESENTATIONS 

Dr. Bobbie Berry, Department of Elementary Education, Oct. 4, 2008, presented at the Penn State Literacy Conference. 

Dr. Nancy M. Butler, Department of Biology, and A.G. Saville-Andree, E. M. Goodman, K. P. Shappell III, D. R. Thomas, and J.W. Ambler, presented “Intra- and Inter-annual Variation in Composition of Coastal Zooplankton of Chincoteague, Va.” at the Meeting of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (St. John’s Newfoundland, Canada), July 2008. 

Dr. Nancy M. Butler, Department of Biology, and D. R. Thomas and W. L. Ryan, presented “Zooplankton Responses to Hydrostatic Pressure Changes” at the Meeting of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (St. John’s Newfoundland, Canada), July 2008. 

Marie-Aline Cadieux, Department of Music, and Maria Asteriadou, Department of Music, were joined by guest artist Kurt Nikkanen in a concert of piano trios by Schubert, Beethoven, and Shostakovich on Monday, Nov. 3, 2008. 

Dr. John Conahan, Department of Social Work, June 18-27, 2008, taught two educational workshops on the topic of classroom strategies for teachers and the impact of addiction upon the family assessment skills for teachers.  

Dr. John Conahan, Department of Social Work, Aug. 3-8, 2008, presented a policy paper at the Oxford University Policy Roundtable at Oxford University. The topic was International Migration and Human Trafficking: Consciousness Raising on a College Campus through Educational Leadership. 

Dr. John Conahan, Department of Social Work, Oct. 2-4, 2008, presented at the annual conference of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Association of Social Work in King of Prussia, Pa. The presentation topic was Organizational Leadership: The power of diversity and performance-based management. 

Dr. John Conahan, Department of Social Work, gave an invitational lecture at the President's Multicultural Advisory Committee, St. John’s University, Queens, New York on Oct. 16, 2008. The subject presented was, “Raising the Consciousness of a Campus Community on Issues of Diversity and Human Trafficking.”  

Dr. Gary Cordner, Department of Criminal Justice, made the keynote presentation "Progress in Policing" at the Northeastern Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual conference in Bristol, Rhode Island, June 2008. 

Dr. Gary Cordner, Department of Criminal Justice, made a presentation on "Police Use of the Internet to Enhance Community Policing" at the annual National Institute of Justice Research & Evaluation Conference in Arlington, Va., June 2008. 

Dr. Gary Cordner, Department of Criminal Justice, gave a keynote presentation on "Progress in Policing" at the Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences annual conference in Bristol, R.I. in June. 

Dr. Gary Cordner, Department of Criminal Justice, gave a presentation on police use of the internet at the National Institute of Justice Research & Evaluation conference in Arlington, Va. in July. 

Dr. Duane A. Crider, Department of Human Kinetics, Nov. 18, 2008, professional presentation and paper brief, “Can the Use of Video iPods Promote Cognitive Residue in College Health and Wellness Students?” was presented at the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education conference in Las Vegas, Nev. 

David Cullen, Department of Music, performed with GUITARNIVAL in the Georgian Room on Nov. 20, 2008. The concert was sponsored by the KU Department of Music. 

Dr. Charles Cullum, Department of English, presented “Bridging Period Boundaries: Postmodern Identity and Nineteenth Century Social Marginalization in Pauline Hopkins’s ‘Contending Forces,’” at the Conference of the English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities, Kutztown, Pa., Oct. 17, 2008. 

Dr. Mary Ann Dailey, Department of Nursing, presented her research entitled “Needing to be normal: The lived experience of chronically ill Baccalaureate nursing students at the Sigma Theta Tau, Xi Omega Chapter Annual Research Night at Kutztown University McFarland Student Union, April 2008. 

Dr. Mary Ann Dailey, chair, Department of Nursing, presented a poster entitled, “Needing to be Normal: The Lived Experience of Chronically Ill BSN Students,” at the Annual Summit of PSNA, State College, Pa., Oct. 24-25, 2008. 

Dr. Mary Ann Dailey, Department of Nursing, presented her research entitled, “Needing to be normal: The lived experience of chronically ill Baccalaureate nursing students” at the 19th Annual International Participative Conference, Churchill College, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom on Sept. 4, 2008. 

Dr. Mary Ann Dailey, Department of Nursing, did a poster presentation entitled “Needing to be normal: The lived experience of chronically ill Baccalaureate nursing students” at the14th Qualitative Health Research Conference in Banff, Alberta, Canada on Oct. 4-5, 2008 

Dr. Anne DeLong, Department of English, presented a paper, “Pennsylvania German Powwow: Cultural Preservation vs. Cultural Revival,” Oct. 2008. EAPSU (English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities), Kutztown University. 

Dr. Michael Downing, Department of English, and Dr. Amy O’Brien, Department of English,  presented “Incorporating Detailed File Management, Word Processing, and Document Design Skills into College Writing Classes” at the 2008 English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities (EAPSU) Conference hosted by Kutztown University, October 2008. 

Dr. Michael Downing, Department of English, presented “August Wilson as Cultural Mythmaker: Converting Stereotype to Archetype” at the American Drama Conference in Brooklyn, N.Y., November 2008. 

Joanne Emge, Department of English, at the English Association of the Pennsylvania State Universities Conference Presentation: "Charlotte Perkins Gilman's ‘Herland: Early 20th Century Ecotopia.’" October 2008. 

Dr. Rosemary Fliszar, Department of Nursing, presented the poster “Integration of Gerontology into an RN-BSN Program” at Mosby Faculty Development Institute, San Francisco, Calif., January 2008. 

Lisa Frye, Department of Computer Science, presented “Wireless Sensor Network Performance using TinyOS,” with N. Kindrew, PACISE 2008, Kutztown, Pa., April 4-5, 2008. 

Dr. Janice Gasker, Department of Social Work, presented a workshop with Dr. John Vafeas, chair, Department of Social Work, titled “Come Aboard: Home Health Care Workers’ Voices in Staff Retention Efforts,” at the annual conference of the Council on Social Work Education, Philadelphia, Pa. (Oct. 31, 2008)   

Dr. Edward P. Hanna, Department of Social Work, provided a workshop consultation to the professional staff of Sovereign Bank, Oley, Pa. for Carebridge Corporation, entitled “Trauma and Loss,” Nov. 3, 2008. 

Dr. Edward P. Hanna, Department of Social Work, provided a workshop, “Wellness and You,” to the professional staff of Foxconn Electronics, Inc., Harrisburg, Pa. on Nov. 13, 2008. 

Dr. Edward Hanna, Department of Social Work, Oct. 13, 2008, presented a workshop, "Critical Thinking," to the professional staff of Rohm and Haas, Spring City, Pa., on Oct. 3, 2008. 

Dr. Edward Hanna, Department of Social Work, Oct. 3, 2008, presented a workshop "Mediation and Empowerment" at the annual conference of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, King of Prussia, Pa. 

Dr. Edward Hanna, Department of Social Work, Sept. 20, 2008 and again on Oct. 11, 2008, designated as a qualified Family Court Mediator by the Berks County Family Court Administration, provided mediation orientation consultation at the Berks County Courthouse, Reading, Pa. 

Dr. Edward Hanna, Department of Social Work, Sept. 30, 2008, as a member of the Advisory Committee to the Penn State-Berks Applied Psychology program, presented "Career Paths in Social Work" to the program's senior Capstone class. 

Dr. Edward Hanna, Department of  Social Work, Oct. 7, 2008, presented a series of five workshops, "Moving Forward: Surviving Workplace Change," to the professional staff of The Geisinger Medical Center, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Dr. Edward Hanna, Department of Social Work, Oct. 9, 2008, provided a workshop, "Stress Management 101," to the professional staff of Foxconn Electronics, Inc., Harrisburg, Pa. 

Dr. Edward Hanna, Department of Social Work, Oct. 15, 2008, as a consultant to Crisis Care Network (CCN), presented grief consultation/education to the professional staff of PNC Financial, Ephrata, Pa.          

Dr. Diane Johnson, Department of Anthropology/Sociology, presented two papers, “Community for Doing” and “An Instrument Anyone Can Play” at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction in Boston, Mass. Aug. 2-3, 2008. 

Dr. Mahfuzul Khondaker, Department of Criminal Justice, presented a paper at the 2008 annual meeting of American Society of Criminology in November. The title of his presentation is “Gang Involvement by Elementary School Students: Perception vs. Reality.” He also chaired a session in the conference. He received a professional development grant to attend this conference.  

Dr. Mary Laub, Department of Elementary Education, July 4-6, 2008. Conducted seminars on “One-Room Schools” at the Kutztown PA German Festival. 

David Lambkin, Department of Speech Communication & Theatre, co-moderated a student debate between KU Students for Obama and KU Republicans with Dr. Cevallos on Oct. 28 2008. Wrote 12 of 13 questions and asked 8.

Amy Lynch-Biniek, Department of English, presented her original research at the Thomas R. Watson Conference at the University of Louisville in October 2008. Her presentation, "The Wired Professor Is Always In," explored e-mail communication between English professors and their students. 

Amy Lynch-Biniek, Department of English, presented a paper, “The Wired Professor is Always In,” at the Thomas R. Watson Conference, University of Louisville, October 2008.  

Dr. Sharon C. Lyter, Department of Social Work, presented, with Dr. Lloyd Lyter of Marywood University and Dr. Ann Abbott of West Chester University, a paper titled “Teaching Psychopathology and the DSM: Antithetical to social work ethics and values?” at the Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Philadelphia, Pa., on Nov. 1, 2008. 

Dr. Sharon Lyter, Department of Social Work, Oct. 3-4, 2008, co-presented two juried workshops at the annual conference of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Association of Social Worker, King of Prussia, Pa.: Abbott, A.A., and Lyter presented (Oct. 4, 2008), “Constructive criticism in supervision: Sting a little?”; Lyter, and Smith, S.H. presented (Oct. 3, 2008), “Empowerment, culture, hierarchy: Challenges to cultural competency.”  

Dr. Deborah Mandel, Department of Nursing, has had her research poster accepted for presentation at the International Association of Women’s Health and Obstetrical and Neonatal Nursing in San Diego, Calif. 

Dr. Deborah Mandel, Department of Nursing, was invited to lecture on Oct. 21, 2008, at Lancaster Women and Babies Hospital’s Annual High Risk Pregnancy Conference. Her lecture was entitled “Preterm Labor: Diagnosis, Treatments and Current Research.”   

Dr. Robert N. Martin, Department of Geography, presented a research paper titled Using GIS to Map World Trade Patterns at the Pennsylvania Geographical Society Annual Meeting held at Clarion University on Oct. 31, 2008. 

Dr. Robert N. Martin, Department of Geography, presented a paper entitled “The Kutztown Arboretum Project or ‘Where are the Trees’” on Aug. 2, 2008 at the 2008 ESRI Education Users Conference in San Diego, Calif. 

Kevin McCloskey, Department of Communication Design, is co-curator of the art exhibition, "La Tinta Grita/The Ink Shouts: The Art of Social Resistance in Oaxaca, Mexico." It opened July 20 and ran to Dec. 7, 2008 at the Folwer Museum of Art, UCLA, Los Angeles, Calif.

Kevin McCloskey, Department of Communication Design, spoke about Mexican Popular Art at the Eastern Division Conference of The Community College Humanities Association in Baltimore, Md., on Nov. 1, 2008. 

Kevin McCloskey, Department of Communication Design, was the keynote speaker at The Oaxaca Conference, Oct 11, at Fowler Museum, University of California at Los Angeles. His presentation was on the woodblock print exhibition, La Tinta Grita, The Ink Shouts, which he co-curated at the Fowler. The exhibition was featured in reviews by the Los Angeles Times and the Spanish language newspaper, El Oaxaqueño. 

Dr. Linda McMillan, Department of Elementary Education, Nov. 7, 2008, updated on changes to PA Teacher Certification-NACADA-Pennsylvania State Drive-In 2008. 

Dr. Donald McNamara, Department of English, chaired a session at the 2008 American Conference for Irish Studies Mid-Atlantic Regional conference. The 2008 conference was held on Oct. 11-12 at LaGuardia Community College/CUNY in Long Island City, New York. The theme of the conference, which drew scholars from Ireland as well as from around the United States, was “Enabling/Disabling Ireland.” The session that McNamara chaired was titled “Enabling Song: Gender, Dissent, and Cultural Identity.” The 2006 ACIS Mid-Atlantic Regional was held at Kutztown University. 

Dr. Phyllis Miller, Department of Elementary Education, Nov. 4-5, 2008, presented two workshops, “Universal Design for Learning” and “Using Formative Assessment in the Classroom,” at the Engaging All Students for Proficiency Conference held at the Valley Forge Convention Center. The national conference was supported by the North Penn School District and Leaning Keys.   

William F. Mioskie and John F. Dillon, both of the Department of Public Safety & Police Services, participated on Sept. 16, 2008, in a Round Table Discussion with the Committee on Higher Education Regulations of the Pennsylvania State Board of Education regarding a review of the College and University Security Act. The purpose of the discussion was to gather information and input during the regulatory review process of this legislation. 

Dr. Mary Ann O’Neil, Department of Elementary Education, Oct. 18-21, 2008, presented “The Power of Literacy: Integrating Curriculum to Create Social Awareness” (power point and forum session) at Keystone State Reading Association 41st Conference. 

Dr. Mary Ann O’Neil, Department of Elementary Education, Oct. 4, 2008, presented “The Power of Literacy: Integrating Curriculum to Create Social Awareness” at the Penn State Diverse Literacies Conference. 

Dr. Varsha Pandya, ACSW, Department of Social Work, June 22, 2008, presented a paper titled "Changing Narratives: Effects of Group Intervention on Domestically Violent Men" at the 30th International Symposium on Social Work with Groups, AASWG in cooperation with the European Group work symposium in Cologne, Germany. 

Dr. Varsha Pandya, ACSW, Department of Social Work, Oct. 4, 2008, presented a workshop titled “Assessment of Depressive Mood in Geriatric Clients: Tools and Resources” at National Association of Social Workers-Pennsylvania chapter’s (NASW- PA) conference, King of Prussia, Pa. 

Celine Przydzial, Department of Mathematics, presented a gallery workshop, "Tangrams: Not Just a Seven-Piece Puzzle" at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, on April 10, 2008. 

Dr. Patricia Pytleski, Department of English, presented "Female Composition Instructors’ Identity Construction in the Classroom,” at the Feminism in Practice Conference, Lehigh University, on Nov. 15, 2008. 

Dr. Patricia Pytleski, Department of English, presented “The Connection of College Discourse and Personal Writing to Cultural Studies in the First-Year Composition Classroom” at the EAPSU Conference, Kutztown University, Oct. 17, 2008. 

Dr. Marc Renzema, Department of Criminal Justice, made a presentation to the United States Sentencing Commission’s “Alternatives to Incarceration” symposium in Washington, D.C. on July 14, 2008. His title was, “Five Lessons from Electronic Monitoring Research.” 

Dr. Oskars Rieksts, Department of Computer Science, was invited to give a lecture at Ursinus College entitled “Cryptography: A Perspective” to the student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery on Sept. 25, 2008.   

Dr. CJ Rhoads, Department of Accounting and Finance, on Oct. 30, 2008 presented a workshop titled, “Teaching Others to Build Businesses” at the Northeastern Association of Business, Economics and Technology Conference at Penn State University in State College, Pa. 

Dr. CJ Rhoads, Department of Accounting and Finance, on Oct. 30, 2008 presented a paper that was co-authored with Ernie Post, KU SBDC, titled, “Effectiveness of Online Learning and Virtual Tools in Assisting Nascent Entrepreneurs with Business Planning” at the Northeastern Association of Business, Economics and Technology Conference at Penn State University in State College, Pa. 

Dr. Christine J. Rhoads, Department of Accounting and Finance, on Oct. 15, 2008 was a guest speaker on “Leadership and Diversity:  Creating a Top Decision Making Team, at the Community Action Association of Pennsylvania at the Hilton & Towers, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Dr. CJ Rhoads, Department of Accounting and Finance, on Aug. 13, 2008 had the paper “Speaker Building Knowledge: Impact of Whom We Ask” accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management in Anaheim, Calif.   

Dr. CJ Rhoads, Department of Accounting and Finance, on June 16, 2008 was a speaker at Director’s Meeting at the Pennsylvania Small Business Development Centers Harrisburg, Pa. 

Dr. Glenn Richardson Jr., Department of Political Science, presented a paper co-authored with Amy E. Jasperson, University of Texas at San Antonio. The paper, “Regional Political Subcultures in America: Evidence from Political Advertising,” was presented at the Eighth Annual State Politics and Policy Conference in Philadelphia, Pa. May 30-31, 2008. 

Dr. Cristen L. Rosch, Department of Biology, and Jennifer Nagle, presented “A Potential Link between Fetal Exposure to the Pesticide Deet and Birth Defects” at the Society for Developmental Biology 67th Annual Meeting, University of Pennsylvania, July 2008. 

Dr. Christopher F. Sacchi and Dr. Anne E. K. Zayaitz, both of the Department of Biology, presented “Cross-disciplinary study of plant-microbe interaction in the undergraduate curriculum: Class-based research on soybean and the bacterial mutualist, ‘Rhizobium’” at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, Wis. Aug. 6, 2008.   

Dr. Christopher F. Sacchi, Department of Biology, served on a panel at the workshop “How to Get and Keep a Job at a Small College” at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 5, 2008.   

Randy Schaeffer, Department of Mathematics, was invited to present the closing address at the Math and Technology Conference for Secondary Teachers Grades 6-12 at West Chester on July 28, 2008. The title of the address was “Teaching Mathematics in the 21st Century.” 

Dr. Darlene Schoenly, Department of Elementary Education, Oct. 13, 2008, presented “Differentiated Instructional Strategies to Meet the Needs of All Learners” at the Upper Dauphin School District. 

Dr. Lisa Schonberger, Department of Elementary Education, Nov. 13-15, 2008, presented “A Critical Analysis of the Social Studies Curriculum of the Westminster International School in Dubai Paper”during the International Forum of the National Council of Social Studies Annual Conference in Houston, Texas. 

Dr. Daniel Spiegel, Department of Computer Science, presented Teaching Template Classes with All the Advantages, CCSCNE 2008 (Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges. Northeastern Region), Staten Island, N.Y., April 2008. 

Dr. Kim Shively, Department of Anthropology/Sociology, June 20, 2008, presented “Violence against Women: Cross-Cultural Considerations” at the annual meetings of the National Women’s Studies Association in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Dr. Deborah Sieger, Department of Criminal Justice, presented a paper at the National Association of Multicultural Education in New Orleans on Nov. 13, 2008 titled "Managing Multiple Marginalities: The Case for Understanding Imbedded Oppression."  

Theresa Shaton, Department of Speech Communication & Theatre, presented a paper at the national conference of the National Communication Association, in San Diego, Calif., on Nov. 23, 2008. 

Dr. Lisa Schonberger, along with Dr. Linda McMillan and Dr. Carol Watson, all of the Department of Elementary Education, Oct. 4, 2008, presented “We Can Make a Difference: College Professors Who Teach a Diversity Based Course” at Penn State Diverse Literacies Conference, Bear Creek, Pa.  

Dr. Marilyn Stewart, Department of Art Education and Crafts, gave the Keynote Address, “Thinking Through Art, Design and Visual Culture,” at the Houston Independent School District, Professional Development Day, Houston, Texas, on Aug. 19.   

Dr. Terre Sychterz, Department of Elementary Education, Oct. 20, 2008, presented “Using Mentor Texts to Inspire Memoir Writing” at the Keystone State Reading Association 41st Annual Conference, Valley Forge, Pa. 

Dr. Terre Sychterz, Department of Elementary Education, Oct. 31, 2008, presented “Professional Development for Student Teachers: A Shift for Student Teachers to a Full Day In-Service” at Pac-Te & PERA, the 37th Annual Teacher Education Assembly, Hershey, Pa.   

Dr. Joo Tan, Department of Computer Science, presented “An Evaluation of Tools Supporting Enhanced Student Collaboration,” Frontiers in Education (FIE) International Conference, October 2008, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 

Dr. Heather Thomas, Department of English, presented a paper, “‘Ancient Wisdom’ and ‘Supreme Fiction’: Ideas of God in the Poetry of H.D. and Wallace Stevens” July 16, 2008, Oxford Round Table, Oxford, England.     

Dr. Heather Thomas, Department of English, presented “‘Bone Boxes and Camera Obscura’; Bringing H.D.’s Poetry into the Creative Writing Classroom,” Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pa.  

Dr. Heather Thomas, Department of English, presented “Lifting Belly High”: a Conference of Women’s Poetry since 1900, Sept. 12, 2008, Stillwater, Pa. 

Dr. Pietro Toggia, Department of Criminal Justice, presented a conference paper: “The Birth of Homeland Security Discipline: Knowledge and Legitimacy in the Formation of a Security State,” at the American Society of Criminology 2008 Conference in St. Louis, Mo. on Nov. 13, 2008. 

Charles Underwood, Department of Elementary Education, December 2008, taught a graduate course in Classroom Management for Alvernia University. 

Dr. Todd J. Underwood, Department of Biology, J. L. Rasmussen and S. G. Sealy, presented “Limits of grasp-ejection in hosts of the parasitic Brown-headed Cowbird” at the American Ornithologists’ Union meeting, Portland, Ore., August 5, 2008. 

Dr. John G. Vafeas, chair, Department of Social Work, presented a workshop with Dr. Janice Gasker, Department of Social Work, titled Come Aboard:  Health Care Workers’ Voices in Staff Retention Efforts,” at the annual conference of the Council on Social Work Education, Philadelphia, Pa., on Oct. 31, 2008. 

Dr. John Walker, Department of Accounting and Finance, on Dec. 1, 2008, joined Dr. Arifeen Daneshyar, Department of Economics, and Zach Phipps, a KU honors student, in  a presentation titled “Crisis in Financial Markets” given to the KU community in 183 McFarland Student Union.

Dr. John S. Walker, CFA, Department of Accounting and Finance, on Nov. 30, 2008 co-presented, along with two colleagues from Ambassador Financial Group, Inc., a discussion on bank capital and acquisition target analysis to a community bank board of directors in Pennsylvania.

Dr. John Walker, Department of Accounting and Finance, on September 23, 2008, participated in a TV broadcast with host  Ernie Post (KU Small Business Development Center) on BCTV to discuss the financial crisis. 

Dr. John Walker, Department of Accounting and Finance, conducted a 2.5 hour consulting session with a board of directors of a community bank in June. The topic was stock buybacks and other uses of “excess” capital. 

Dr. John Walker, Department of Accounting and Finance, on Aug. 25, 2008 presented a talk titled, “How to Manage Your Bank to Fundamentals Rather Than Market Psychology” at the Annual Convention of the Independent Bankers Association of New York State (IBANYS).

Rhonda Wall, Department of Art Education and Crafts, exhibited her art in a group exhibition at Accola Contemporary, New York, N.Y., September 4-27. 

Dr. Carol E. Watson, Department of Elementary Education, Sept. 4, 2008, presented “Pre-service Candidates’ Dispositions Can Be Changed!” at the 2008 Annual Diverse Literacies Conference.

 

 

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