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Chatham University - Scholar News 2011

Publication or edition of a book

Dr. Nancy Gift, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, Good Weed, Bad Weed: Who's Who, What To Do, and Why Some Deserve a Second Chance, St. Lynn's Press, 2011.

Mr. Marc Nieson, Assistant Professor of English, My Week as a Mobster, Unnamed Starts Press, 2011.

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Chapter in a book

Dr. Safei Hamed, Professor of Landscape Architecture, "Sustainable Development in Islam," in The Eleventh Commandment: Caring for Creation, ed. Christine Williams, Earth Faith Publications, 2011.

Dr. Alice Julier, Associate Professor of Food Studies, "Food, Family and Domesticity" in A Cultural History of Food: The Modern Era, ed. Amy Bentley, Berg Press, 2011.

Mr. Marc Nieson, Assistant Professor of English, "His Act," in Iowa Summer Writing Festival Anthology, University of Iowa Press, 2010.

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Articles in refereed journals

Dr. Melissa Bell, Assistant Professor of Social Work, "Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Emotion Dysregulation Measure," Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, 1 (3), 2010.

Dr. Britney Brinkman, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, Rosén, L.A., Zimmerman, T.S., and Jedniak, A., "Teaching Children Fairness, Decreasing Gender Prejudice Amongst 5th Graders," Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 10, 2010.

Dr. Michelle Doas, Assistant Professor of Nursing, "Emotional Competence Makes a Difference," Journal of Christian Nursing, 28, 2011.

Dr. Emily Eckel, Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy, "Robust Tracking of the Upper Limb for Functional Stroke Assessment," Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 18 (5), 2010.

Ms. Carol Ennulat, Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, Carl Garrubba, Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, and Deborah DeLong, Assistant Professor of Marketing, "Evaluation of Multiple Variables Predicting Likelihood of Passage and Failure of Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination (PANCE)," Journal of Physician Assistant Education, 22 (1), 2011.

Dr. Elizabeth Gazza, Associate Professor of Nursing, and Shellenbarger, T., "The Lived Experience of Part-time Baccalaureate Nursing Faculty," Journal of Professional Nursing, 26 (6), 2010.

Dr. Elizabeth Gazza and Dr. Susan Sterrett, Assistant Professor of Nursing, "The Leadership Journey: From Belief to Reality," Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 6 (2), 2011.

Dr. Vadas Gintautas, Assistant Professor of Physics, "Density-dependence of Functional Development in Spiking Cortical Networks Grown In Vitro," Biological Cybernetics, 102, 2010; and "Cooperative Searching for Stochastic Targets," Journal of Intelligence Community Research and Development, 2010.

Dr. Anthony Isacco, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, Garfield, C.F., and Rogers, T.E., "Correlates of Coparental Support Among Married and Non-married Fathers," Journal of Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 11 (4), 2010; Davies, J.A., Shen-Miller, D.S., and Isacco, A., "The Men's Center Approach to Addressing the Health Crisis of College Men," Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 41 (4), 2010; and Garfield, C.F. Isacco, A., and Bartlo, W., "Men's Health and Fatherhood in the Urban Midwestern United States," International Journal of Men's Health, 9 (3), 2010.

Dr. Linda Lakdawala, Adjunct Instructor of Nursing, "Creating a Safer Perioperative Environment with an Obstructive Sleep Apnea Screening Tool," Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, 26 (1), 2011.

Dr. Joseph MacNeil, Associate Professor of Chemistry, "When Learning the Hard Way Makes Learning Easy: Building Better Lab Note-taking Skills," Journal of Chemical Education, 87, 2010.

Dr. Lou Martin, Assistant Professor of History, "Factory Workers in the Hills of West Virginia: The Values and Politics of Rural Industrial Workers in Hancock County, 1930-1965," LABOR: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, 7, 2010.

Mr. Marc Nieson, Assistant Professor of English, "The Fortune of Cities," Conjunctions, Terra Incognita issue, 2011; "Lessons in Anatomy," Chautauqua, 2011; and "In the Basement," Green Mountain Review, 2011.

Dr. Joyce Salls, Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy, "A Pilot Study of Teachers' Perceptions of Two Handwriting Curricula: Handwriting Without Tears and the Peterson Directed Handwriting Method," Journal of Occupational Therapy, Schools, and Early Intervention, 3 (4), 2010.

Dr. Christine Sarteschi, Assistant Professor of Social Work and Criminology, Vaughn, M.G., and Kim, K., "Assessing the Effectiveness of Mental Health Courts: A Quantitative Analysis," Journal of Criminal Justice, 39, 2011; and Bender, K., Tripodi, S., Sarteschi, C.M., and Vaughn, M.G., "A Meta-analysis of Interventions to Reduce Adolescent Cannabis Use," Research on Social Work Practice, 21, 2011.

Dr. Susan Sterrett, Assistant Professor of Nursing, "Becoming an Interprofessional Community of Practice: A Qualitative Study of an Interprofessional Fellowship," Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education, 1 (3), 2010.

Dr. Wonjin Sim, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, Problems and Action Ideas Discussed by First- and Second-generation Female East Asian Students During Dream Sessions," Dreaming, 20, 2010.

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Performance/exhibition of original refereed/juried work

Dr. Michael Boyd, Assistant Professor of Music, "cooperation/convolution," Society of Composers, Inc., University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, 2010; "invasion/symbiosis," Sonic Circuits Festival of Experimental Music, Silver Spring, MD, 2010 and University of Miami, Miami, FL, 2011; "this inversion is expected to persist," League of the Unsound Sound, Catholic University, Washington, DC, and Windup Space, Baltimore, MD, 2011.

Mr. David Burke, Assistant Professor of Art, "Type: Narratives:," in The White Show: Subtlety in the Age of Spectacle, Clarion University Art Gallery, Clarion, PA, 2011.

Ms. Deborah Hosking, Adjunct Instructor of Art, "Memento (Hong Kong)," The Mattress Factory, March-July, 2011.

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Editorials, reviews, critiques

Dr. Michael Boyd, Assistant Professor of Music, review of John Luther Adams, The Place Where You Go to Listen: In Search of an Ecology of Music, Computer Music Journal, 35 (2), 2011; event review of the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States 2010 National Conference, Computer Music Journal, 34 (4),2010.

Dr. Alice Julier, Associate Professor of Food Studies, "Eat the View," Table, Fall 2010; review of Lee F. Monaghan, Men and the War on Obesity: A Sociological Study, in Gender and Society, 2011; and review of Fabio Parasecoli, Bite Me!: Food and Popular Culture, in Food, Culture and Society, 2010.

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Presentation of refereed scholarly work at international, national, or regional professional organizations

Dr. Melissa Bell, Assistant Professor of Social Work, "Professional Socialization and Social Work Values: Who Are We Teaching," Council on Social Work Education, Portland, OR, October 2010.

Dr. Michael Boyd, Assistant Professor of Music, "The Evolution of Form in the Music of Roger Reynolds, American Musicological Society, Allegheny Chapter, Kent State University, Kent, OH, 2011.

Dr. Britney Brinkman, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, and Rabenstein, K., "Teaching Equality to Future Generations," Association for Women in Psychology, Philadelphia, PA, February 2011.

Coyne, C. Brinkman, BG., Brinkman, K.G., "Creative Approaches for Working with Adolescent Girls," National Women's Studies Association, Denver, CO, October 2010.

Dr. Britney Brinkman, Dr. Anthony Isacco, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, Dr. Mary Beth Mannarino, Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology, Dr. Mary Jo Loughran, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, Dr. Deanna Hamilton, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, Dr. Wonjin Sim, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, Dr. Gina Zanardelli, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, and Dr. Joshua Bernstein, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, "Seeing the Forrest and the Tress: Exploring Sustainability Themes in a Doctoral Psychology Training Program, " American Psychological Association, San Diego, CA, August 2010.

Dr. Cathy Dolhi, Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy, "Be an Occupation-based Manager"; "POTA Student Forum: How to Impact Your Future"; and "POTA Leadership Forum: What YOU Need to Know to Make a Difference," Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association, Scranton, PA, 2010.

Dr. Emily Eckel, Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy, "Community Dwelling Elderly Women and Meal Preparation," Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association, Scranton, PA, 2010.

Mr. Gregory Galford, Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture, and Ms. Kathleen Sullivan, Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture, "The New Kitchen Normal: Evolving Kitchen Design in a Changing World," Interior Design Education Council, Denver, CO, March 2011.

Dr. Elizabeth Gazza, Associate Professor of Nursing, and

Dr. Diane Hunker, Assistant Professor of Nursing, "Recognizing Doctoral Level Writing Deficiencies: Strategies for Success," American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Captiva Island, FL, 2010.

Dr. Vadas Gintautas, Assistant Professor of Physics, "An Improved Model for Contour Completion in V1 Using Learned Feature Correlation Statistics," Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL, 2010.

Dr. Anthony Isacco, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, and Shen-Miller, D., "The Men's Center Approach: Expanding the Roles of Counseling Center Psychologists," Symposium, American Psychological Association, San Diego, CA, 2010.

Dr. Alice Julier, Associate Professor of Food Studies, "Critiquing Hegemony, Creating Food: Intersectionality, Food, and Social Justice in the Classroom," Eastern Sociological Society, Philadelphia, PA, March 2011.

Dr. John Laird, Associate Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, "Update on Dietary Supplement-Drug Interactions," American Academy of Physician Assistants, Atlanta, GA, 2010.

Dr. Joseph MacNeil, Associate Professor of Chemistry, "Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Chalcogenide Materials," American Chemical Society, Anaheim, CA, March 2011.

Ms. Pauline Rovkah, Assistant Professor of Music, "A Personal Journey: Discovering Bartók's Masterpieces," Cambridge University, UK, August 2010.

Dr. Joyce Salls, Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy, "Parent Perspectives on Outpatient Therapy Services: A Mixed Method Approach," Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association, Scranton, PA, 2010.

Dr. Wonjin Sim, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, "Biases and Expectations in Consensual Qualitative Research," The Society for Psychotherapy Research, Asilomar, CA, 2010.

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External Grants Awarded

Dr. Patricia Downey, Associate Professor of Physical Therapy, and Ms. Carol Ennulat, Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, $106,850 by the Highmark Foundation for "Incorporating Simulation Training in Physician Assistant and Physical Therapy Programs," 2011.

Ms. Carol Ennulat, Ms. Heidi Felix, Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, and Mr. Carl Garrubba, Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, $1,113,532 by HRSA to promote service by PA graduates in medically underserved communities, 2010.

Dr. Elizabeth Gazza, Associate Professor of Nursing, $22,133 by the Pennsylvania Higher Education Foundation and the Higher Education Foundation to provide scholarships for nursing students preparing to become nursing faculty, 2010.

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Invited lectures, speeches, workshops at international, national, or regional professional organizations

Dr. Cathy Dolhi, Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy, "State of the State: Priorities of the Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association," Loretto, PA, 2011.

Ms. Heidi Felix, Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, "Basics Skills Workshop for New Faculty," Physician Assistant Education Association, Baltimore, MD, 2010.

Mr. Carl Garrubba, Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, "Herpes Zoster: Awakening a Sleeping Giant," Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants, Harrisburg, PA, 2010.

Dr. Elizabeth Gazza, Associate Professor of Nursing, "Applying Evidence to Practice: the Evolving Role of Advanced Practice Nursing," Practitioner Association, Mohawk Valley Chapter, Utica, NY, 2010.

Mr. Marc Nieson, Assistant Professor of English, "Collaboration: Love It or Leave It," Association of Writers and Writing Programs, Washington, DC, 2011.

Ms. Pauline Rovkah, Assistant Professor of Music, "Celebrating the Piano Music of Béla Bartók," Cambridge University, UK, August 2010.

Ms. Jodi Schreiber, Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy, "Low Vision Rehabilitation: Personally Meet the Team," American Occupational Therapy Organization, Orlando, FL, 2010.

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Professional awards, fellowships, scholarships, elected office

Dr. Michael Boyd, Assistant Professor of Music, was appointed a Regional Adjudicator by the Society of Composers, Inc./ASCAP Student Commissioning Project Competition, 2011.

Dr. Britney Brinkman, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, was appointed a member of the Early Career Psychologist Committee of the Society of Counseling Psychology, a division of the American Psychological Association, 2010-2013.

Dr. Brinkman was also appointed a Suite Coordinator and member of the Implementation Committee of the Association for Women in Psychology, 2010-2014.

Dr. Cathy Dolhi, Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy, was elected President of the Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association, 2010-2012.

Dr. Anthony Isacco, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology, was elected Convention Program Coordinator for Division 51 of the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, a division of the American Psychological Association, 2011-2012.

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Professional licensure/certificate/degree

Ms. Rachel Grove Rohrbaugh, University Archivist, earned the credential of Certified Archivist from the Academy of Certified Archivists on October 15, 2010.

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