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Faculty presentations and publications, Jan. 11 -Feb. 5

Tuesday, February 05, 2013 2:00:00 PM

Dr. Mette L. Baran and Dr. Janice E. Jones, assistant professors in the Doctoral Leadership Studies Department, presented the article, “Preparing Doctoral Students for 21st Century Leadership, Learning, and Service—Lessons from an Applied Community Service Project focused on Homelessness,” in a virtual presentation at The Sixth World Universities Forum in Vancouver  in January.

Dr. Darnell Bradley and Dr. Peter Jonas, faculty members in the Doctoral Leadership Studies Department, co-authored a chapter, “Videagogy: Using Humor and Videos to Enhance Student Learning,” in Enhancing Instruction with Visual Media: Utilizing Video and Lecture Capture.

Dr. Stacey Floyd, assistant professor of English, had the article "The Specter of Class: Revision, Hybrid Identity, and Passing in Great Expectations" published in Victorians: A Journal of Culture and Literature's Charles Dickens Special Edition, No. 122 (December 2012).

Casey O'Keefe, assistant professor and chair of the Early Childhood Bachelor Completion Program, presented “Classroom Routines & Storybook Interactions as Contexts for Phonological Awareness Development” at the Launching into Literacy and Math: Early Childhood Professional Development Conference in Madison on Jan. 19.

Dr. Barbara Spies, OFS, authored the chapter, “St. Francis and the Sultan: Adaptive Structuration Theory,” in the newly published A Communication Perspective on Interfaith Dialogue: Living within the Abrahamic Traditions.

Dr. David Stosur, chair of Religious Studies/Philosophy, presented a paper, “Mark Searle on Liturgical Participation: Interpreting the Council Interpreting Liturgy Interpreting the World,” to the Liturgical Hermeneutics Seminar of the North American Academy of Liturgy annual meeting in Albuquerque, NM, on Jan. 4.