Accomplishments

Aug. 2, 2019
Rebecca Gill (Political Science) and her colleague Adam Feldman (Empircal SCOTUS) have published an article, "Power Dynamics in Supreme Court Oral Arguments: The Relationship between Gender and Justice-to-Justice Interruptions," in Justice System Journal. In this article, the authors examine how gendered norms of professional speech affect the...
Aug. 2, 2019
Toni Repetti (Hospitality) discussed a new undergraduate revenue management textbook during a revenue management meeting at the 2019 ICHRIE (International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education) Conference in New Orleans. The textbook, for which Repetti serves as editor, is set to be a culmination of insight from roughly 20...
Aug. 1, 2019
Karyn E. Holt (Nursing) presented at the 36th International Congress on Law and Mental Health in Rome. In her presentation, "Enhancing Health Care Curricula with Forensic Concepts," she discussed mental health services for online students and presented information on the prevalence and significance of the issue in the higher education population....
Aug. 1, 2019
Cass Shum, Ankita Ghosh, and Anthony Gatling (all Hospitality) recently published their manuscript "Why Do Employees Break Rules? Understanding Organizational Rule-Breaking Behaviors in Hospitality" in the International Journal of Hospitality Management. In the manuscript, they identified both prosocial and deviant intentions behind hospitality...
Jul. 31, 2019
MaryKay Orgill and Sarah York (both Chemistry and Biochemistry) wrote a research article that was published in the Journal of Chemical Education and also was selected to be featured in American Chemical Society (ACS) Editors' Choice. The selection of these articles is based on recommendations by the scientific editors of ACS journals from around...
Jul. 31, 2019
Shiloh Bradley, John "Skip" Crooker, Brent Drake, Christina Drum, and Qingmin Shi (all Decision Support) presented at the annual Association for Institutional Research Forum. Bradley presented "Automating Custom Peer Reports Using IPEDS Data with SQL, R and LaTeX," which was awarded best presentation at the Rocky Mountain Association for...
Jul. 30, 2019
Marina Georgieva (Libraries) had an article, "Successful Management of an Outsourced Large-Scale Digitization Newspaper Project: Tips for Effective Collaboration, Increased Productivity, and Outstanding Deliverables," published in the Journal of Archival Organization.
Jul. 30, 2019
Rebecca Gill (Political Science), along with colleagues Stella Rouse (University of Maryland College Park), Libby Sharrow (UMASS Amherst), and Nadia Brown (Purdue University), have been awarded a collaborative grant totaling $1,000,794 from the National Science Foundation's ADVANCE program (HRD:1936045). The project, called "#MeTooPoliSci...
Jul. 30, 2019
Elizabeth Lawrence (Sociology) had her research featured in a Las Vegas Review -Journal article, "UNLV Researchers Tighten Link between Lack of Education, Child Deaths."
Jul. 29, 2019
Susan Byrne (World Languages and Cultures) has published the article "Juridical Philology: Incest, Adultery, and the Law in Don Quijote" in a collection titled Sex and Gender in Cervantes: Sexo y género en Cervantes. Essays in Honor of Adrienne Laskier Martín. The volume has been issued by Editorial Reichenberger (2019).       
Jul. 25, 2019
P. Jane Hafen (English) and Brenden H. Rensink (Brigham Young University) co-edited Essays on American Indian and Mormon History, published by the University of Utah Press. With the aim of avoiding familiar narrative patterns of settler colonialism, the editors and contributors seek to make American Indians the subjects rather than the objects of...
Jul. 24, 2019
Amanda Melilli and Katherine Keller (both Libraries) presented at San Diego Comic-Con last week. Melilli moderated two panel discussions, "LGBTQ+ YA Graphic Novel" with panelists Rosemary Valero-Connell (Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me), Sarah Graley (Kim Reaper), Claudia Aguirre (Morning in America) and Lilah Sturges (Lumberjanes: The...