Notable: Alberto de Salvatierra and Carley Pasqualotto
Alberto de Salvatierra (Architecture), working in conjunction with undergraduate student Carley Pasqualotto (Architecture), was selected as a finalist in the 10th Non Architecture Competition: Dying. Their speculative design, "Project OSSuary," calls for the design and construction of Orbital Space Stations (OSS) in low-Earth orbit within the next...
Presentation: Tevfik Demirciftci and Amanda Belarmino
Tevfik Demirciftci and Amanda Belarmino (both Hospitality) presented “Competitive Intelligence in the Hospitality Industry. Perspectives of Turkish Revenue Managers, A Pilot Study“at the 2019 Global Conference on Business and Economics (GLOBE) in Istanbul.
Additionally, Demirciftci, a Ph.D. student, has successfully defended his dissertation at...
P. Jane Hafen (English) presented and participated on a panel, Native American Women Activists: Resistance, Resilience, and Passing the Torch, at the National Portrait Gallery, sponsored by the National Museum of the American Indian.
Deborah Arteaga (World Languages and Cultures) published the following edited volume, Contributions of Romance Languages to Current Linguistic Theory (Springer Press), to which she also contributed the chapter "Obviation and Old French Subjunctive Clauses."
Amanda Belarmino (Hospitality) and her co-authors' paper "Share and Share Alike?" was recently published in the Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Insights. The paper evaluated how the set-up of online beer marketplaces impacts the perceptions of source attractiveness as moderated by the perceived risks to encourage exchange behaviors.
Published: Kenneth Izuora, Edwin Oh, Jeffrey Ebersole, and Arpita Basu
Kenneth Izuora (Medicine), Edwin Oh (NIPM), Jeffrey Ebersole (Dental), and Arpita Basu (Kinesiology & Nutrition Sciences), along with Aaron Calvano, '19 BS Kinesiology, published an invited review in Food & Function based on their ongoing collaborations on the role of dietary bioactive compounds in diabetes, insulin resistance, and...
Pearl C. Kim, Betty Burston, and Jay J. Shen (all Health Care Administration and Policy) published an article on "Factors Associated with Preventable Emergency Department Visits for Nontraumatic Dental Conditions in the U.S." in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
This study was designed to examine national...
Sapira Cheuk (Art) is included in a group exhibition titled Femella, which will be on display Oct. 10 - Dec. 7 at Golden West College Art Gallery, the gallery associated with Golden West College in Huntington Beach, California. The exhibition focuses on female archetypes and feminine representations.
Published: Karl Kingsley, Marie Louisa Heske, and Teryn Mendenhall
Marie Louisa Heske, Teryn Mendenhall, and Dr. Karl Kingsley (all Dental) recently published their manuscript "HPV-16 and HPV-18 Affects Viability and Proliferation in Normal Breast Tissue Cells" in the International Research Journal of Oncology. Heske and Mendenhall are students mentored by Kingsley.
Claire Tredwell (Preschool) was awarded the Rose C. Engel Award for excellence in professional practice from the Division of Early Childhood (DEC). Tredwell, director of the preschool, received the award at the DEC's 35th annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families in Dallas earlier this month.
Soumya Upadhyay (Health Care Administration & Policy) and Max Gakh (Environmental & Occupational Health) recently published an article, "Health-Information Seeking and Intention to Quit Smoking: Do Health Beliefs Have a Mediating Role?" in the journal Tobacco Use Insights.
This study aimed to examine the relationship between seeking health...