Monday, May 20, 2019

Recent Publications, Presentations, and Awards

Marianna Wood, associate professor of BAHS, and Jessa Wood, BU Writing Center assessment coordinator prior to her 2017 graduation (BA Philosophy and BA Political Science), published a paper in the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching entitled, "Saving time, increasing learning: Using checklists to help students perform disciplinary writing conventions."

Sean Hartzell, adjunct faculty member in BAHS, published a paper entitled, "Sexual dichromatism of "rusty" spots in a population of Faxonius rusticus (Girard)", in Freshwater Crayfish.

Debra Minzola, assistant professor of Nursing, recently had a paper accepted entitled, "Damage Control Resuscitation of the Traumatic Aortic Rupture: A Case Report" accepted in the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Journal.  This work was a collaboration with her nurse anesthesia student, Chris Heiss

Lynn Hummel, assistant professor in Instructional Technology, recently published a paper entitled, "Gamification playtest of Zombie Ed Tech Apocalypse-For Educational Technology Leaders" in the Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference.

Luke Haile, assistant professor of Exercise Sciences, and Joe Andreacci, professor of Exercise Science recently published a paper entitled, "Affective and metabolic responses to self-selected intensity cycle exercise inyoung men" in Physiology & Behavior.  This work was a collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh.

Nathaniel Greene, professor of Physics and Engineering, recently published a paper entitled, "A simple measurement of the relative efficiency of human locomotion" in Physics Education. This work was a collaboration with the physics department at the US Naval Academy.

Michael Borland, associate professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, recently published a review article entitled, "Regulatory mechanisms mediated by peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor - beta/gamma in skin cancer" in Molecular Carcinogenesis. This work was a collaboration with The Pennsylvania State University, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, University of Pittsburgh, and the National Institutes of Health.

Melinda Barrett, assistant professor of nursing, recently presented a poster at the Pennsylvania Associate of School Nurses and Practitioners (PASNAP) annual conference entitled, "Caring for School-Age Populations: School Nurse Preparation to Practice."

Cynthia Venn, professor of EGGS, recently presented a paper at the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico entitled, "Evolution of an Undergraduate Course in Aqueious Geochemistry: Successes and Challenges."  This paper was  coauthored with Chris Hallen, professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry.

Steven Rier, professor of Biological and Allied Health Sciences, recently presented a seminar at Central Michigan University at the invitation of the Institute for Great Lakes Research.  His seminar was entitled, "Understanding the functional roles of algal-dominated biofilms in natural and disturbed streams."

Peggy Shipley, assistant professor of nursing, and her honors student, Kelly Garman, recently presented a poster entitled, "Compassionate Love: A Concept Analysis" at the Beta Sigma Research Day at the Pennsylvania State University campus.


Pam Smith, professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, will be awarded the “Honors of the Association” from the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association (PSHA) this week.  She is honored for her extensive and varied experience and contribution in the field of speech-language pathology.


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