Accomplishments

Sep. 20, 2021
Chelsea Heinbach (Libraries) will serve as the lead investigator for the 2021 Institute of Museum and Library Sciences 21st Century Laura Bush Librarian grant to develop LibParlor Online Learning: An Open and Interactive Curriculum for LIS researchers. Heinbach received the grant with the LibParlor editorial team, Nimisha Bhat from Smith College,...
Sep. 20, 2021
Monica Rose Arebalos, Faun Lee Botor, Edward Simanton, and Jennifer Young (all Medicine) recently published "Required Longitudinal Service-Learning and Its Effects on Medical Students' Attitudes Toward the Underserved" in the Medical Science Educator Journal.  Although medical students enter medicine with altruistic motives and seek to serve...
Sep. 17, 2021
Kaelyn R. Griffin, Bailey M. Way, and Shane W. Kraus (all Psychology) recently published a paper "Controversies and Clinical Recommendations for the Treatment of Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder" as part of a special issues in Current Addictions Report. 
Sep. 17, 2021
Repairer Etuk, Jessica Habashy, Kimberly Stevens, and Shane W. Kraus (all Psychology), and Kristen M. Culbert of Wayne State University, presented their poster "Body Dissatisfaction Mediates the Relationship Between Problematic Pornography Use and Disordered Eating Behavior in Men and Women" on Sept. 17 at the annual meeting of the Eating...
Sep. 17, 2021
Brett Abarbanel (International Gaming Institute and Hospitality) recently moderated a panel at the Esports Insider ESI Digital Summer, entitled "Identifying sources of revenue and growth sectors of the esports industry", in which she and several esports industry CEOs discussed revenue opportunities in the metaverse. Abarbanel presented an invited...
Sep. 16, 2021
Cheryl Abbate (Philosophy) was recently an invited panelist at the "Politics, Animals, and Technology" MANCEPT workshop in political theory, hosted by the University of Manchester. She presented a talk titled, "Puurfecting Cats through Genetic Technology? The Moral Requirements and Limitations of Feline Gene Editing," in which she discussed the...
Sep. 16, 2021
Marina Garber (Colacicchi) (World Languages and Cultures) was nominated for The Poetry Award (Premiya Poezia), Russia. The Poetry Award was established by The Dignity Charitable  Foundation in 2018 and is the successor to The Poet Prize. The goal of The Poetry Award is to find and encourage outstanding works of contemporary poetry, translation and...
Sep. 15, 2021
Jungnam Kim and Wendy Hoskins (Counselor Education, School Psychology, and Human Services) published, “School Counselors as empowering institutional agents: Why Asian American students see school counselors for academic, social-emotional, and college-career issues” in Journal of Asia Pacific Counseling with co-authors Neffisatu Dambo and Julia...
Sep. 15, 2021
Jennifer Kawi (Nursing) received a National Institute of Nursing Research award from Johns Hopkins University for a project entitled “Pilot Testing A Theory-Driven Self-Management Intervention for Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain."  Kawi's research foci includes chronic pain and self-management.  Her research in this area...
Sep. 15, 2021
Anne Stevens (Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies; English) published the revised second edition of Literary Theory and Criticism: An Introduction. The second edition features new or expanded coverage of affect theory, critical race theory, disability studies, ecocriticism, posthumanism, and transgender studies.
Sep. 14, 2021
Rebecca Gill (Political Science), with co-editors Nuno Garoupa and Lydia Tiede, have published High Courts in Global Perspective: Evidence, Methodologies, and Findings in the University of Virginia Press "Constitutionalism and Democracy" series.  High Courts in Global Perspective pulls back the curtain on the interlocutors of court systems...
Sep. 14, 2021
Amy Reed-Sandoval (Philosophy) published Ética, Política, y Migración (UACJ Press), which she co-edited with Luis Rubén Díaz Cepeda and Roberto Sánchez Benítez. This open access book is one of the first Spanish-language texts to deal with immigration ethics as a central topic, and it foregrounds ethical issues of particular concern to Latin...