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Faculty presentations and publications, April 11 -24

Wednesday, April 24, 2013 1:00:00 PM

Recent accomplishments of Stritch faculty members:

Dr. Mette L. Baran and Dr. Janice E. Jones, assistant professors in the doctoral leadership department, presented the paper, “Gender, Family, and Equality Policies in Norway: A Model for Other Countries?” at the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting in Chicago on March 29.

Laura A. Misco, assistant professor in the English department, has written a short story, “This Gold Time,” which was published in the Southwest Review, Volume 98, Number 1.

Andrea L. Pomerance, assistant professor in the Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing, presented “From Theory to Clinical Experience in a Health Promotion Course: Vision Screening with Elementary School Students” at The Nursing Curriculum Institute and the Nurse Educator Institute from April 15-19 in Branson, Missouri.

Elizabeth E. Regimbal, assistant professor in the College of Business and Management has been selected to serve as a manuscript reviewer for: The Journal of North American Management Society (JNAMS) on the topic of "Conceptualizing the Use of Personality to Identify High Technology Career Preference in Military Recruits,” May 2013.

Dr. Sarah Foust Vinson, assistant professor in the English department, has written an article, “Inclusive Memory: The Power of Collective Remembering in Gloria Naylor’s The Women of Brewster Place,” which will be published in Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies, Volume 19, Issue 1. The essay will be available online in June.