Jack Pitkin, Lab Coordinator for Physics, Geology and Astronomy and operations manager of the Jones Observatory
Jack Pitkin was asked to conduct informational and educational lessons for the 2011 Challenger Center campers last summer at the Jones Observatory. The lessons were delivered on schedule, allowing the classes to go smoothly. “We prescribed the when and how long, together with our main camp theme. Jack took care of all the rest. He was always prepared and waiting when we arrived,” said Bill Floyd, Challenger Center Flight Director. A full 1.5-hour program was professionally presented in the early afternoon timeframe during three different camps with effortless coordination made between the Challenger Center and Pitkin, Floyd said. Campers really enjoyed the field trip off campus where they learned about telescopes and saw the planetarium show. “Jack deserves this award for not only greatly assisting other UTC colleagues and departments with their programs, but for positively impacting/encouraging many middle schoolers towards advanced levels of science,” said Floyd.
David Aborn, Associate Professor, Biological and Environmental Sciences
Two papers published in the Proceedings of the 11th North American Crane Workshop; “Behavior and habitat use of greater Sandhill Cranes wintering in east Tennessee” and “Possible competition between waterfowl and Sandhill Cranes at Hiwassee Wildlife refuge, Tennessee”.
Served as Scientific Program Chair for the 12th North American Crane Workshop held in Grand Island, Nebraska in March 2011.
Deborah Elwell Arfken, Director of University Planning/Professor, Political Science, Public Administration and Nonprofit Management
Elected vice president of the Girls, Inc. of Chattanooga board for 2011 – 2012. She was also selected as a 2011 Woman of Distinction in Chattanooga.
Sybil Baker, Assistant Professor, English
Authored “Women Who Smoke” published by Prime Mincer Literary Magazine (Summer 2011).
Authored “Agamemnon’s Wife Speaks from Hades” published in Journal of Compressed Creative Arts (Aug. 2011)
Participated in an author talk published in Blue Print Review Jun. 2011.
Was a visiting writer at the City University of Hong Kong July 2011.
Was a guest speaker for the Georgia Writers Alliance. Kennesaw, GA. 14 May 2011.
Janetta Bradley, Associate Professor, School of Education
Peer reviewed publications:
Meece, D. R., Bradley, J. F., & Wingate, K. (2010). When kids get spanked in schools, everyone gets hurt. Tennessee’s˙ Children, 51 (2), 8-9, Winter, 2010.
Bradley, J. F., & Schalk, D. (2010). Greater than great: How one teacher’s home visit changes a young child’s life. Paper accepted for publication, January, 2011.
Bradley, J. F. (2010). Preventing, Addressing, and Managing Team Conflict Through Effective Conflict Management Planning. Conference Proceedings Publication: Joint Conferences 2010 Academic Business World International Conference and International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education.
2011 invited to review Teaching Resource Essays submitted to Education About Asia Journal for publication.
2010 invited to review Friend, M. & Cook, L. (2010) Interactions (6th ed.) for making decisions about revising the text edition.
Presentation Proposals, TNTESOL Conference, Chattanooga, TN.
Meece, Bradley, Wingate (2010). SRATE
Bradley, J. & Bishop, K. (2011). When kids get hit in schools, everyone gets hurt. Poster session for UTC Research Day, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Invited Presentations and Workshops:
2010-2011 Bradley, J. F. (February). Understanding and addressing conflicts in collaborative school settings. Presentation at Normal Park University, Normal Park Museum Magnet Upper School.
Christopher M. Brockman, Associate Professor, Finance
Presented a paper with Judson W. Russell (UNC-Charlotte) entitled “Do Shareholders Benefit from Sound Corporate Citizenship? An Empirical Investigation of the Best Corporate Citizens” at the Academic Business World International Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.
Had a paper accepted for presentation with D. Michael Long and Robert Brooks entitled “Agents with Principles: Reducing Risk through Ethics Education” at the International Academy of Business and Economics annual conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Had a paper accepted for presentation with Judson W. Russell entitled “Do Shareholders Benefit from Sound Corporate Citizenship? An Empirical Investigation of the Best Corporate Citizens” at the International Academy of Business and Economics annual conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Had a paper accepted for publication with D. Michael Long and Robert Brooks entitled “Agents with Principles: Reducing Risk through Ethics Education” in the Review of Business Research.
Had a paper accepted for publication with Judson W. Russell entitled “Do Shareholders Benefit from Sound Corporate Citizenship? An Empirical Investigation of the Best Corporate Citizens” in the Review of Business Research.
Took a group of students along with Lauren Templeton to the Rotman International Trading Competition in Toronto, Canada.
Tom Buchanan, Associate Professor and Acting Department Head, Sociology, Anthropology, and Geography
Buchanan, Tom. 2011. “Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Well-being: Is Social Impairment an Issue for College Students with ADHD?” Journal of Post-Secondary Education and Disability 24:193-210.
Lemoyne, Terri, and Tom Buchanan. 2011. “Does hovering matter: The impact of
helicopter parenting on college students’ well-being.” Sociological Spectrum 31: 399-418.
Buchanan, Tom, Matt St. Charles, Michelle Rigler, and Charles Hart. 2010. “Why are Older Faculty Members More Accepting of Students with Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ? A Life-course Interpretation” The International Journal of Disability Development and Education 57:351-369.
Tom Buggey, Professor/Siskin Chair, School of Education
Invited to do two articles for a special issue of Psychology in the Schools on Video Self-modeling that should be out in early spring. One article on an overview of self-modeling, co-authored with Psychology grad student Lindsey Ogle, the other on self-modeling use with children with autism; a collaborative effort with 3 doctoral students at the U of Connecticut.
Invited to present a workshop on self-modeling uses with children with autism at the annual conference of the Arizona Speech-hearing-language Association on April 21, 2011.
Lisa Burke, Professor, Management
Published: Burke, L.A. & Evans, R. Understanding health care reform legislation: Implications for HR educators and professionals. Journal of Human Resource Education. Forthcoming 2011.
Published: Burke, Lisa A., & Sadler-Smith, E. Integrating intuition into higher education: A perspective from business management. Chapter for Handbook of Intuition Research. Editor, Marta Sinclair. Edward Edgar Publishers. Forthcoming 2011.
Has been invited to speak on “Strategic HR” at the 2011 Tennessee SHRM Conference and Exposition on September 22, 2011. Hundreds of human resource professionals across the southeast will be attending the regional conference.
Marisa Colston, ATEP Director/UC Foundation Professor of Health and Human Performance, Health and Human Performance
Colston, MA. Core Stability: Making Sense of the Evidence Base. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training. 2011 (In review).
Colston, M.A.. The Core is the Keystone, Coach and Athletic Director, September, 2010.
Critical role of core musculature for optimal integrated function throughout the entire kinetic chain. June 20, 2011, Feature Presentation at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting: New Orleans, LA.
Knowledge the Application of Information: Where does Professionalism and Ethics Fit In? April 7, 2011, Keynote address at the UTC GSA Graduate Awards Banquet: Chattanooga, TN.
Core Stabilizaton. March 16, 2010. Athletes in Action & Guatemalan Soccer Medicine Association Videoconference; Chattanooga, TN.
Assessment of Core and Lower Extremity Injury Risk. March 12, 2011 at Southeast Athletic Trainers. Association Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium: Atlanta, GA.
Clinical Epidemiology in Athletic Training Education and Clinical Practice: A Critical Missing Element for Advancement of the Profession. February 27, 2011 at Athletic Training Educator’s Conference; Washington D.C.
Lumbosacral Spine. February 4, 2011, for competencies in athletic training at the Annual SEATA Student Symposium, Atlanta GA.
Sport vs. Health: What guides your moral compass? A presentation on the ethical aspects of sports medicine. January 16, 2011 at Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium: Nashville, TN.
Colston MA, Seat SC, Wilkerson GB. Gatekeeping Practices Among Athletic Training Education Programs. National Athletic Trainers’˙ Association Athletic Training Educators’ Conference, Washington D.C., February 26, 2011.
Hess J, Wilkerson GB, Colston, MA. Risk Factors for Core & Lower Extremity Injury in Division I-FCS Football Players. UTC Graduate Research Day, April 7, 2011, Chattanooga, TN & UTC-UT College of Medicine Orthopedic Grand Rounds, April 25, 2011, Chattanooga, TN.
Allen B, Colston MA, Wilkerson, GB. Assessment of the Disinhibiting Effect of Mentholated Gel on Low Back and Quadriceps Activation. UTC Graduate Research Day, April 7, 2011, Chattanooga, TN & UTC-UT College of Medicine Orthopedic Grand Rounds, April 25, 2011, Chattanooga, TN.
Michel A, Colston, MA, Wilkerson, GB. Jump Training-Induced Adaptations in Female College Volleyball Players. UTC Graduate Research Day, April 7, 2011, Chattanooga, TN & UTC-UT College of Medicine Orthopedic Grand Rounds, April 25, 2011, Chattanooga, TN.
Leahu M, Colston, MA, Wilkerson, GB. Prediction of Lower Extremity Injury in High School Basketball Players. UTC Graduate Research Day, April 7, 2011, Chattanooga, TN & UTC-UT College of Medicine Orthopedic Grand Rounds, April 25, 2011, Chattanooga, TN.
Wright, J, Colston, MA, Wilkerson, GB. Athletic Training Education Program Faculty Scholarship Assessment. UTC Graduate Research Day, April 7, 2011, Chattanooga, TN & UTC-UT College of Medicine Orthopedic Grand Rounds, April 25, 2011, Chattanooga, TN.
Rynas S, Wilkerson GB, Colston MA. Relationship of Footprint Measurements to Navicular Drop and Injury Risk. UTC Graduate Research Day, April 7, 2011, Chattanooga, TN & UTC-UT College of Medicine Orthopedic Grand Rounds, April 25, 2011, Chattanooga, TN.
Ralph Covino, Assistant Professor, History
In June 2011, having been duly nominated, was selected by the American Philological Association’s Committee on Awards for Excellence in Teaching for full consideration for the 2011 Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Classics at the College Level.
In June, published an article entitled “The Fifth Century, the Decemvirate, and the Quaestorship” in ASCS 32  Selected Proceedings, A. Mackay (ed.).
In June, published an article entitled “The Laudatio Funebris as a Vehicle for Praise and Admonition” in the volume _Praise and Blame in Roman Republican Rhetoric_ (Classical Press of Wales), which he co-edited along with Prof. C.J. Smith, the Director of the British School at Rome.
In May, presented an invited paper entitled “Paying for a Provincial Quaestorship: Lessons from Roman Sicily” at the ‘Money and Power in the Roman Republic’ conference at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.
Had three entries (“Caecilii Metelli”, “Quaestor”, and “G. Verres”) accepted for inclusion in the forthcoming Wiley-Blackwell _Encyclopedia of Ancient History_ (R. Bagnall, K. Brodersen, C. Champion, A. Erskine, and S. Huebner [eds]), due to be published in print and online in January of 2012.
Chapel Cowden, Archives Specialist, Lupton Library
Appointed to the Executive Committee of the Society of Tennessee Archivists. Will serve a two-year term as Newsletter Co-editor for the society.
Susan Davidson, Professor, Nursing
Manuscript published: Davidson, S., Metzger, R. & Lindgren, K. (2011). A hybrid classroom-online curriculum format for RN-BSN students: Cohort support and curriculum structure improve graduation rates. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 42(5), 223-232.
Poster Presentation at the Emerging Technologies in Nurse Education in San Francisco on Blending Delivery Approaches and Social Support: Using Social Support Theory in Nursing Education, Davidson, S. & Metzger, R. July 2011.
Paper Presentation at Cambridge University, UK on Blending Delivery Approaches and Social Support: Using Social Support Theory in Nursing Education, September 2011, Davidson, S. & Metzger, R.
Obi N. I. Ebbe, Professor, Sociology
BROKEN BACK AXLE: UNSPEAKABLE EVENTS IN BIAFRA. Bloomington, IN.: Xlibris Publishing House, 2010.
CRIMINAL ABUSE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE , (co-ed.). Boca Raton, FL.: CRC Press of Taylor & Francis Group. 2009.
GLOBAL TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN AND CHILDREN, (co-ed.). Boca Raton, FL.: CRC Press of Taylor & Francis Group, 2008.
“GHANA: THE STATE OF CRIMINOLOGY IN A CHANGING SOCIETY,” in Cindy J. Smith, Sheldon X. Zhang, and Rosemary Barberet, eds. Routledge Handbook of International Criminology. New York: Routledge of Taylor & Francis Group, 2011: 390-399.
“THE NEW SOVEREIGNTY: INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY AGENCIES AND ENFORCEMENT,” in Sesha Kethineni, ed. , COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL POLICING, JUSTICE, AND TRANSNATIONAL CRIME. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2010: 27-50.
“THE POWERFUL AND THE PENAL LAW,” in Emil W. Plywaczewski, ed., CURRENT PROBLEMS OF THE PENAL LAW AND THE CRIMINOLOGY. Mickiewicza 1: Temida 2, Poland.
“DEFINITION AND HISTORICAL ANTECEDENTS OF CRIMINAL ABUSE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,” in Obi N. I. Ebbe and Dilip K. Das (eds.), CRIMINAL ABUSE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press of Taylor & Francis Group, 2009 : 1-29.
“CAUSES OF CRIMINAL AND NONCRIMINAL ABUSE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,” in Obi N. I. Ebbe and Dilip K. Das (eds.), CRIMINAL ABUSE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE. Baco Raton, FL: CRC Press of Taylor & Francis Group, 2009: 30-55.
“THE SCOPE AND CAUSES OF CRIMINAL ABUSE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,” in Obi N. I. Ebbe and Dilip K. Das (eds.), CRIMINAL ABUSE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE. Baco Raton, FL: CRC Press of Taylor & Francis Group, 2009: 56-67.
“CONTROL AND PREVENTION OF CRIMINAL ABUSE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN: DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL APPROACHES,” in Obi N. I. Ebbe and Dilip K. Das (eds.), CRIMINAL ABUSE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press of Taylor & Francis Group, 2009: 67-81.
“INTRODUCTION: AN OVERVIEW OF TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN AND CHILDREN,” in Obi N. I. Ebbe and Dilip K. Das (eds.), GLOBAL TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Baco Raton, FL: CRC Press of Taylor & Francis Group, 2008: 3-16.
“THE NATURE AND SCOPE OF TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN AND CHILDREN,” in Obi N. I. Ebbe and Dilip K. Das (eds.), GLOBAL TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press of Taylor & Francis Group, 2008: 17-32.
“CAUSES OF TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN AND CHILDREN,” in Obi N. I. Ebbe and Dilip K. Das (eds.), GLOBAL TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press of Taylor & Francis Group, 2008: 33-38.
“CONTROL AND PREVENTION OF TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN AND CHILDREN,” in Obi N. I. Ebbe and Dilip K. Das (eds.), GLOBAL TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press of Taylor & Francis Group, 2008: 39-46.
Jennifer T. Ellis, Assistant Professor, School of Education
Papers Presented At National & Regional Conferences (Peer Reviewed):
“Using Real-World Examples to Enhance Student’s Visual and Conceptual Understanding of Dimensional Analysis”. 241st American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition, March 27-31, 2011, Anaheim, California.
“Maximizing Educational Technology Tools in a LMS to Assess Student’s Conceptual and Visual Understanding.” EDUCAUSE Midwest Regional Conference 2010, March 15â•„17, 2010, InterContinental Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.
“Using Game-Based Learning to Help STEM Students use Prior Knowledge to Build Scaffolds to Enhance Conceptual and Visual Understanding of Dimensional Analysis”. Society for Applied Learning Technology: New Learning Technologies 2011, February 23-25, 2011, Orlando, Florida.
“Managing the New Demands of Blackboard Learn and Connect” 2010 West Tennessee Technology Symposium, November 3, 2010, Martin, Tennessee.
Co-Presenter at National & Regional Conferences (Peer Reviewed):
Ellis, J.T. & Tehrani, S. “Best Practices on Providing STEM Faculty Professional Development in Teaching and Learning” at the 9th Annual International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications (EISTA) 2011 July 19-22, 2011, Orlando, Florida.
Holmes, A. E. & Ellis, J. T. “Patterns of Online Use and Improved Student Performance with Repeatable Online Assessments.” The Geological Society of America-Southeastern Section, March 23-25, 2011, Wilmington, North Carolina.
Hawaii International Conference on System Science (HICSS) 2011, Minitracks.
Hawaii International Conference on System Science (HICSS) 2012, Minitracks
Blackboard Exemplary Course Program Reviewer (2011), to evaluate how well nominated courses conforms to effective practices for Course Design, Interaction & Collaboration, Assessment and Learner Support.
Center for Research on Collaboratories and Technology Enhanced Learning Communities (COTELCO)
Co-chair for the faculty evaluation committee for the Institute on Disability and Public Policy (IDPP) for the ASEAN Region, which provides graduate education programs, support services, research, and policy development by/for/with people who are disabled.
Was asked to serve on the Board of Girls Incorporated of Chattanooga and UTeaChattanooga.
W. Randy Evans, Assistant Professor, Management
Recently published three research papers examining how corporate citizenship impacts the employee-employer relationship:
Evans, W. R., Davis, W. D., & Frink, D. D. (2011). An examination of employee reactions to perceived corporate citizenship. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41(4), 938-964.
Evans, W.R., Goodman, J. & Davis, W.D. (2011). The impact of perceived corporate citizenship on organizational cynicism, OCB, and employee deviance. Human Performance, 24(1), 79-97.
Evans, W.R. & Novicevic M.M. (2010). Legitimacy of HRM practices: Managerial perceptions of economic and normative value. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship, 15(4), 13-27.
Kevin Ford, Associate Professor/Director of Choral Activities, Music
Elected President of the Tennessee American Choral Directors Association. The ACDA is the primary organization of professional choral directors in the country. He begins serving his two-year term this July.
Asked to present clinics at the VISTA conference of college choral directors and at the Tennessee Music Educators Association during the upcoming academic year.
Tammy Garland, Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice
Published: Garland, T.S., Bumphus, V.W., & Knox, S.A. (in press, 2011). Exploring general and specific attitudes toward drug policies among college students. Criminal Justice Policy Review.
Published: Garland, T.S. & Thomas, S. (2011). A preliminary assessment of the Hamilton County Drug Court. Conducted for and submitted to the Hamilton County
Had a manuscript accepted in American Journal of Criminal Justice (with Dr. Helen Eigenberg, Karen McGuffee, and Dr. Gale Iles) titled “Doing Justice: Perceptions of Gender Neutrality in the Jury Selection Process”
Reviewed manuscripts for Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Criminal Justice Studies, and American Journal of Criminal Justice.
William Harman, Professor, Philosophy and Religion
Delivered Joint Department of Women’s Studies and Department of Religion Annual Spring Public Lecture Series, Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine â•˛The Female Martyr Bomber A Personality Profile and A Narrative of Hindu-Muslim Violence in India, March 30, 31, 2011.
Serving as Referee, Consultant, Occasional Reviewer for the journal “Education About Asia the Association for Asian Studies Teaching Journal”.
Serves on the 5-person International Editorial Board for “NIDAN: REVUE POUR L’ETUDE DE L’HINDOUISME D’AUJOURD’HUI. .
Selected to continue serving on the 4-person Board and Planning Committee for the Annual Conference for the Study of Religion in India
Reviewed: SHIV SENA WOMEN: VIOLENCE AND COMMUNALISM IN A BOMBAY SLUM. By Atreyee Sen, Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2007, Journal of Asian Studies, 2011.
Reviewed SAIVISM IN THE DIASPORA: CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF SKANDA WORSHIP. By Ron Geaves. London and Oakville, CT.: 2007. Journal of Hindu Studies., Fall, 2011.
Paper accepted for presentation at the Southeast Conference for the Study of Religion, “Two Types of Religious Possession and the Goddess of Fevers,” March, 2011, Louisville Kentucky. Presentation cancelled – not funded by Faculty Development.
Paper Presentation: ” Serious Amusements and the Truth Behind Illusions: What Siva did in Madurai” at the Conference for the Study of Religion in India, Loyola Marymount College, Los Angeles, June, 2011
Published: â•˛Violent Disciplines in the Militant Ascetic Traditions of India, chapter 3 in Pratap Penumala (ed.), Introducing Hinduism. London: Equinox Publishers, forthcoming, 2012.
Published: â•˛Possession as Protection and Affliction: The Goddess Mariyamman’s Fierce Grace in Fabrizio Ferrari (ed.), HEALTH AND RELIGIOUS RITUALS IN SOUTH ASIA: DISEASE, POSSESSION, AND HEALING. Chapter 12. Oxford: Routledge, 201.
Colleen S. Harris, Assistant Professor/Head of Access Services, Lupton Library
Authored “Delegation at the Macro Level: Library IT, Spheres of Influence, and the Promise of Cloudware” in The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances, 24(1), 2011.
Presented “Effective Workflows for MultiGens and Tech Change” at Computers in Libraries, Washington, DC, March 23, 2011. Authored a book of poetry, The Kentucky Vein, published by Punkin House Press in April 2011.
Martina Harris, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
Presented a poster entitled: “Best Practices in Addressing Baccalaureate Essentials in the context of an International Experience” AACN Baccalaureate Nursing Education Conference, Beuna Vista, Florida, November 2010
Presented a poster entitled “Promoting Community Engagement through Partnership: Pilot Project Implementing a Community Navigator Program with the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga” at the annual Coalition of Urban Metropolitan Universities (CUMU) Conference in Fresno, California, October 20-23, 2010
Selected to serve as reviewer for HRSA Nursing Workforce Diverstiy Grant
Continued to serve as Project Director of the UTC School of Nursing DREAMWork Nursing Workforce Diversity Program.
Poster abstract accepted to 10th Annual International Nursing Simulation Learning Resource Centers Conference. “Using Human Patient Simulators as a Method for Gaining Student Interest in Nursing”. Orlando, Florida, June 2011
Submitted manuscript “Using a Computerized Human Patient Simulator as a strategy for retention of minority and disadvantaged students” to Journal Of Black Nursing. March 2011
Nicholas Honerkamp, Professor, Sociology, Anthropology and Geography
Published an article entitled “Cupola Art Teaches Iron History at Bluff Furnace” in the 2011 Industrial Archaeology Newsletter, Volume 40(1):1-3.
Presented a paper entitled â•˛Community-Based Mortuary Archaeology On Sapelo Island, Georgia” at the annual meetings of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Austin, Texas.
With student Tanya Dickinson, developed and mounted the “Art of History” display in the UTC Cress Gallery.
Debbie Ingram, Director of Clinical Education/UC Foundation Professor, Physical Therapy
Co-authored “The Case for Academic Integrity in Physical Therapist Education” published in the Journal of Physical Therapy Education in Spring 2011 issue.
Co-authored “Patient Preference, Perceived Practicality, and Confidence Associated with Physical Therapist Attire: A Preliminary Study” published in the Physical Therapy Journal of Policy, Administration, and Leadership in May 2011.
Presented “Clinic Director Preference of Physical Therapist Attire” at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting in New Orleans, LA in February 2011.
Appointed 2011 Federal Affairs Liaison for Education Section of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Received $1,000 Research Grant from Tennessee Physical Therapy Association to study disciplinary offenses in physical therapy.
Virginia M. Keatley, Associate Professor, Nursing
Served as American advisor for 2 theses. The research in both centered on addressing serious health issues in Vietnam. Students were completing their MSN in-country, only the second group to do so.
Co-editor of the Self-Care and Dependent-Care Nursing, the peer reviewed journal of the International Orem Society.
Catherine Kendall, Assistant Professor, Interior Design
Recipient of the 2010-2011 Outstanding Research and Scholarship Award from the College of Health, Education and Professional Studies at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Presented: Kendall, C. & Moody, D., Curricular Applications in Service Learning: Bringing Students, Professionals, and Community together to provide a Meaningful Experience for All, Tennessee Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, Nashville, TN, March 2011.
Presented: Kendall, C. & Moody, D., Teamwork Means Never Having to Blame Yourself: A Look at Improving Group Projects within the Interior Design Curriculum. Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC), International Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, March 2011.
Reviewed March 2010 Invited Reviewer. Interior Design Series: Drafting Basics, Fairchild Books.
March 2010 Invited Reviewer. Interior Design Series: Design Basics, Fairchild Books.
November 2010 Invited Reviewer. Interior Design Illustrated, 2nd Edition, by Francis D. K. Ching and Corky Binggeli. Pearson Prentice Hall.
April 2010 Invited Reviewer. Beginnings of Interior Environments 10th Edition, by Phyllis Sloan Allen, Lyn M. Jones, and Miriam F. Stimpson. Pearson Prentice Hall.
Spring 2011 Invited Peer Reviewer of Abstracts. IDEC International Conference presentations, Denver, CO.
Kendall, C. & Moody, D., Curricular Applications in Service Learning: Bringing Students, Professionals, and Community together to provide a Meaningful Experience for All, 2011 Tennessee Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Conference Proceedings.
Kendall, C. & Moody, D., Teamwork Means Never Having to Blame Yourself: A Look at Improving Group Projects within the Interior Design Curriculum. 2011 Interior Design Educators Council Annual Conference Proceedings.
Byron Kluesner, Adaptive Technology Coordinator, Office for Students with Disabilities
Accepted a position on the Signal Centers Assistive Technology Advisory Board in February, 2011.
Terri LeMoyne, UC Foundation Associate Professor, Sociology
2011. Terri LeMoyne and Jean Marie Davis. “Debunking Commonsense and the Taken-for- Granted: A Pedagogical Strategy for Teaching Social Problems”. Teaching Sociology, 39: 103- 110.
2011. Terri LeMoyne and Tom Buchanan. “Does “Hovering” Matter?: The Effect of Helicopter Parenting on Well-Being”. Sociological Spectrum, 31: 4. 399-418 (reverse alphabetical authorship). This article was cited by the Boston Globe in their column “Uncommon Knowledge: Surprising insights from the social sciences” on June 26, 2011.
David Levine, Professor, Physical Therapy
Published Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, in “The Feline Patient” 4th ed. Wiley, Blackwell, 2011
Published Hobbs SJ, Levine D, Richards J, Clayton H, Tate J, Walker R: Motion analysis and its use in equine practice and research. Veterinary Medicine Austria
Published Richards J, Holler P, Bockstahler B, Dale B, Mueller M, Burston J, Selfe J, Levine D: A comparison of human and canine kinematics during level walking, stair ascent, and stair descent. Veterinary Medicine Austria 97;92-100; 2010
Vicki N. Petzko, Professor, School of Education
Application for a one semester sabbatical leave was approved for fall, 2011. During the term of the sabbatical, she will be working closely with the National Association of Secondary School principals, developing materials and training protocols to support their upcoming book Breaking Ranks: A Comprehensive Model for School Reform (NASSP, 2011). She will also be working with them to align several existing training modules with the new Breaking Ranks format and to make them available for distance and on-site training programs.
Jonathan McNair, UC Foundation Associate Professor, Music
Radio Broadcast of my commissioned choral work “Talking to Grief” on Sat. Sept. 10, between 9 and 11 pm, as part of a 24-hour marathon in memory of the 9/11 tragedy. Host Marvin Rosen on WPRB FM,Princeton, also via Web streaming at http://www.wprb.com/listen.
Publication of my work “…and sundry movements of the heart…” for Tuba and Piano, by Just for Brass music publishers.
Conducted a performance of my work “Broncho Billy’s Sentence,” a live score for an early silent Western, as part of the New Dischord festival, Chattanooga, June 25, 2011.
Resident at Hambidge Center for Creative Arts, May 31- June 12, 2011.
Performances of my work “Digressions,” for violin and piano, by the Alexander/Soare Duo, in:
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 1, 2011, Sala Cecilia Mireles;
University of Chichester, March 2011.
Landeskonservatorium, Feldkirche, Austria, March 2011.
Performance of my work “Heart-Cry Alleluias” by the Spivey Hall Children’s Choir, Martha Shaw, director, May 15, 2011.
Completed two-week residency in June, 2011, for Music Composition at the Hambidge Center.
Composed and presented “A Map of Memory,” for cello and piano, for a composer/performer workshop as part of the New Dischord festival, Chattanooga, June 24, 2011.
Work “Digressions” for violin and piano performed recently by the Alexander/Soare Duo at the Landekonservatorium in Feldkirche Austria, and again at The University of Chichester. The same Duo will perform it again this summer in Rio de Janeiro.
Work “Immensity on the Loose” for alto saxophone and piano performed during the Southeastern Composers League Forum, at NC State University, March 15, 2011. Was also elected Vice President of the same Composers League.
Work “Interior States” for flute and cello performed at the Huntsville New Music Festival, Feb. 11, 2011, and on the Counterpoint Series dinner concert, Dec.2, 2010.
Received an ASCAPlus Award (Fall 2010) for performances of my compositions.
Directed a performance of original setting of “My Song Is Love Unknown” for SATB choir, cello, and organ at First-Centenary United Methodist Church on April 17, 2011.
Had a performance of my setting of portions of “Magnificat” for 3-part treble choir by the UTC Women’s Chorale, Nov. 2010.
Participated in a panel discussion on the Pedagogy of Music Composition at the College Music Society National Conference, Sept. 24, 2010.
Had a performance of my work “Danza” for solo cello at the College Music Society National Conference, Sept. 23, 2010.
Wrote an extensive pre-publication evaluation of the third edition of “The Complete Musician” by Steven Laitz, for Oxford University Press (summer 2010).
Barbara Ponder, Lecturer, Nursing
Zwitter, Ponder & Murihead awarded grant entitled “Get Healty Project” funded by HRSA-11-041 for $900,000 plus over next three years.
Zwitter and Ponder, March 2011, Anual Meeting of the International Society for Psychiatric Nursing, Tuscon, Arizona. Poster presentation entitled, Nursing Education for the New Generation, Streamed Lecture, Guided Dialogue, and Patient-Situated Simulation in An Undergraduate Program.
Zwitter and Ponder, March 2011, Anual Meeting of the International Society for Psychiatric Nursing, Tuscon, Arizona. Speaker presentation entitled, Impacting Diabetes Knowledge Through Educational Methods and Materials Adapted to the Self-Management Needs of the Severe and Persistently Mentally Ill.
Zwitter and Ponder, Novemeber 2010, Milwaukee, Wi, Annual Meeting of the Wisconsin League for Nursing Presentation entitled, “Enhancing BSN Students’ Success in Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Through Streamed Lectures and Guided Participation.”
Zwitter and Ponder, American Psychiatric Nurses Association annual conference, St. Louis, Mo.
Zwitter and Ponder, Nov. 2010, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, speaker presentation,
Gretchen Potts, UC Foundation Associate Professor, Chemistry
Published a paper: Moerman, Jessica.W.; Potts, Gretchen E. Analysis of metals leached from smoked cigarette litter, Tobacco Control, 2011, 20(Suppl 1), i30 – i35.
Presented a paper entitled “Engaging the Millennial Students in Analytical Lecture and Lab” at The Pittsburgh Conference, Atlanta, GA, March 2011.
Presented a paper entitled “More Than Just Litter: Quantification of Organic Compounds Leached from Cigarette Butts.” The Pittsburgh Conference, Atlanta, GA, March 2011 with student Matthew Stephens.
Submitted a grant as a Co-Pi to NSF-MRI for the Acquisition of a UV-Vis-Near IR Spectrofluorometer with Stopped-Flow and Fluorescence Lifetime Capabilities, $133314.
Elected as 2011 Chair of the Chattanooga Section of the American Chemical Society.
Richard Rice, Professor, History
Presented paper, “Shanghai Modern Eroticism in the Cartoons of Guo Jiangying” at the Southeast Conference Association for Asian Studies in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Presented a paper, “No Dogs and Chinese: Historical Myths and the Modern Chinese World View” at the Tennessee Conference of Historians Meeting in Lebanon, Tennessee.
Gave illustrated talk on “Japanese Visual Arts in the Modern Era,” at the Third Annual Introduction to Asia Conference at UTC.
Valerie C. Rutledge, Director, School of Education
Presented a session with Karla Riddle (HCDE Director of Innovative Programs), Dr. Linda Johnston and Dr. Carol Brand at the Coalition for Urban and Metropolitan Universities in Fresno, CA, in Oct. 2010 entitled “Development, Diversity and Education: A Partnership for Everyone.”
Accepted with Drs. David Rausch and Rebecca Elliott for a presentation entitled “An Innovative Cross Functional and Trans Disciplinary Doctoral Program.”
Invited to speak for the plenary session at the Tennessee Foreign Language Teachers Regional Conference, in Knoxville, TN, April 2011, speaking on “Critical Thinking Skills: The Future of World Languages.”
Collaborated Dr. Bonnie Warren-Kring on the article “Adolescents’ Comprehension and Content Area Education Students’ Perceptions: Benefits from One-on-One Tutoring” for The Teacher Educator.
Co-authored “Word Walls: Bringing Words Alive” with Dr. Kim Wingate and Dr. Linda Johnston for the Journal of the National Association for the Education of Young Children. I
Received SITES-M Grant, funded by ETS and Race to the Top, in the amount of $200,000 annually for four years to work with TSU, ETS, and selected HCDE schools to strengthen math content and instruction.
Erika L. Schafer, Trumpet Instructor/Assistant Director of Bands, Music
Performed in Huntsville New Music Festival with New Dischord, a Chattanooga-based new music ensemble.
Performed Mahler’s 2nd Symphony with the Chattanooga Symphony on Music Director Robert Bernhardt’s final concerts with the group.
Performed in the orchestra for the premier of Tim Hinck’s opera Dekacophony and with the UTC Faculty Brass Quintet in a recital. The quintet performed Four Sketches by Anthony Plog. On September 7 the quintet presented their first full recital at UTC.
Aaron Shaheen, UC Foundation Associate Professor, English
Presented a paper entitled “Spencerian Theory and Modern Rites of Passage in John Dos Passos’s Three Soldiers” at the American Literature Association annual conference in Boston, MA.
Charlene Simmons, UC Foundation Assistant Professor, Communication
Presented a paper entitled, “A Marriage of Friends or Foes?: Radio, Newspapers, and the Facsimile in the 1930s” at the Joint Journalism Historians Conference, New York, NYC (March 12, 2011).
Received an Exploratory Research Grant from the Hagley Museum & Library in Wilmington, Delaware to conduct research in the manuscript archives of David Sarnoff and the Radio Corporation of America (RCA).
Elected as Assistant Research Chair for the Media and Economics Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC).
Latricia Stone, Lecturer, Nursing
November 11, 2010 – Inducted into Sigma Theta Tau International – Honor Society of Nursing, Zeta Alpha Chapter UTC School of Nursing
March 2011 – Accepted the office of Secretary of Sigma Theta Tau International – Honor Society of Nursing, Zeta Alpha Chapter UTC School of Nursing
Felicia Sturzer, Department Head/Professor of French, Foreign Languages & Literatures
Presented a paper, “Aimer tous les hommes, c’est n’aimer rien”–Enlightenment Sociability and Roccoboni’s Lettres de Mylord Rivers a Sir Charles Cardigan”, Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, March 3 – 5, 2011, Winston-Salem, NC
As a member of the Editorial Board for Women in French Studies, valuated “Riccoboni’s Letter to the Mercure de France” in August 2011.
Michael D. Thompson, Assistant Professor, History
Reviewed Myra C. Glenn, Jack Tar’s Story: The Autobiographies and Memoirs of Sailors in Antebellum America (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010) for the Journal of the Early Republic.
Published encyclopedia entries on “South Carolina’s and Robert Smalls” in The Encyclopedia of Slavery in the Americas (Facts on File, 2011).
Awarded the 2011 Hines Prize, bestowed by the College of Charleston’s Program in the Carolina Lowcountry and the Atlantic World (CLAW) for the best first book manuscript relating to any aspect of the Carolina Lowcountry and/or the Atlantic World (August 4, 2011).
Presented a research talk to the archival staff of the Southern Historical Collection of the Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (January 5, 2011).
William H. Sutton, Dean, College of Engineering and Computer Science
Received the Professional Engineer in Government Award – August 26 2011 This award recognizes a professional engineer employed by a local, state, or federal governmental agency for his/her engineering achievements, education, continuing education, professional/technical society activities, TSPE membership, awards or honors, and civic and humanitarian activities.
Roger Thompson, Professor, Criminal Justice
Selected by THEC to receive the 2011 Harold Love Outstanding Community Involvement Award.
Gavin Townsend, Professor, Art
Published the book R. H. Hunt, Master Architect of Chattanooga, Cornerstones, 2010.
Published “The Architecture of TVA” for the Grove Dictionary of Art, Oxford University Press. 2010.
Presented a paper on the “History of Chattanooga, 1800-1969″ at the 2010 annual meeting of the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (SESAH).
Published featured article on the “Architecture of Chattanooga” for SESAH newsletter.
Was elected 2010 Program Chair and Tennessee State Representative for Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (SESAH).
Jim Tucker, Professor, School of Education
Served as co-editor of the peer-reviewed Journal, Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, published by Springer. Published editorial entitled “Learning and the value of debate” in Vol. 13, No. 2, 2011, pp. 91-94.
Tucker, J. A. (2011). Beyond compliance toward improvement. The Special Edge, 24(2), 1,6-7.
Tucker, J. A. & Cooper E. (2011). Citizens at work: Engaging for prosperous communities. Report from Project 27-30-00 KF 53746. Dayton, OH: Kettering Foumdation.
Rausch, D. W., Cooper, E., & Tucker, J. A. (in press). A Review: The Man Nobody knows. Journal of Applied Christian Leadership (Accepted, in press)
Jahansouz, S., Bischell, S., & Tucker, J. (2010). Retention, attrition, and attainment from a multidisciplinary perspective. Presentation at the Annual Meeting Advance Educational Program at the Annual Conference of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advsors, Phoenix, AZ. December 1.
Appointed to the Board of Directors of the International Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology.
Invited to participate as a panel member of the Kettering Foundation’s project on Democratic Process and Economic Change.
Invited participant at the Rockefeller Foundations “Think Tank on Financing Higher Education in Developing Countries. Twenty-two invited individuals from around the world were assembled at the Rockefeller Conference Center in Bellagio, Italy, August 8-12, 2011. I am contributing to the subsequent report of the event.
Continues to serve on the editorial board of the peer-reviewed Journal of Applied Christian Leadership.
Shela Van Ness, Associate Professor, Sociology, Anthropology & Geography
Was invited to present a paper on hate crime activity in the United States, at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology meeting in Washington, DC, November 16-19,on the topic of “The Soveriegn Citizens Movement: A Sociological Analysis”.
Selected as a scholarship recipient by The National Institute of Justice for the National Crime Mapping Training & Conference to be held October 17-21 in Miami, Florida.
Bruce Wampler, Associate Professor, Accounting
Published an article with Michelle McEacharn (University of Louisiana at Monroe) entitled “A Better Spreadsheet for Tests of Controls: Leveraging Technology for More Efficient Audits” in the April 2011 issue of The CPA Journal.
Bonnie Warren-Kring, Associate Professor, School of Education
Manuscript, “Adolescents Comprehension and Content Area Education Students’ Perceptions: Benefits from One-On-One Tutoring” has been accepted for publication this summer 2011 in the journal, the Teacher Educator.
Summer 2011 received a Diploma from the Institute for Children’s Literature on successfully completing this two-year course on how to write and publish children’s books. Am currently working on writing a book for adolescents and sending articles and a picture book to publishers, journals and magazines for publication.
Attended The Center for Children’s & Young Adult Literature (CCYAL) at the University of Tennessee Saturday, April 2, 2011 for Focus on Children’s Literature: A One Day Conference
Cecelia Wigal, Professor /Assistant Dean, College of Engineering and Computer Science
Awarded the Best Paper Award for the Systems Engineering Division at The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) 2011 National Conference and Exposition, June 2011 in Vancouver, BC. The paper is titled “Identifying and Defining Relationships: Techniques for Improving Student Systems Thinking”.
Participated as an invited panelist in the session titled “Systems Thinking and K-12″ at the same conference.
Gary Wilkerson, Professor, Health & Human Performance
Authored article entitled “The Inversion Ankle Sprain: Considerations for Preservation of Optimal Ankle Function” published in February 2011 issue of Lower Extremity Review.
Authored research report entitled “Prediction of Core and Lower Extremity Strains and Sprains in College Football Players” to be published in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Athletic Training.
Co-authored textbook chapter with Greg Heath entitled “Lifestyle Medicine in an Era of Health Care Reform” 2011 for the second edition of Lifestyle Medicine.
Presented “Diagnostic Ultrasound for Assessment of Ligament and Tendon Pathology” at the January 2011 Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society, Nashville, TN.
Presented “Knee Anatomy, Pathomechanics, Evaluation, and Treatment” at the February 2011 Student Meeting of the Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association, Atlanta, GA.
Presented “Clinical Epidemiology in Athletic Training Education and Clinical Practice: A Critical Missing Element for Advancement of the Profession” at the February 2011 National Athletic Trainers’ Association Educators’ Conference, Washington, DC.
Presented “Consequences of Inadequate Treatment of Ankle Pathology in Athletes” at the March 2011 Emory Sports Medicine Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Presented “Evidence-Based Guidelines for Utilization of Taping, Wrapping, and Bracing” and “Assessment of Core and Lower Extremity Injury Risk” at the March 2011 Annual Meeting of the Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association, Atlanta, GA.
Invited to present “Utilization of Ultrasound Imaging in the Clinical Management of Ankle Dysfunction” and “Critical Role of Core Musculature for Optimal Integrated Function Throughout the Entire Kinetic Chain” at the June 2011 Annual Meeting of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, New Orleans, LA.
Served as Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training.
Served as a member of the Secondary School Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network Advisory Board.
Served as a member of the NCAA – Datalys Center Injury Surveillance System Advisory Board.
Served as supervisor of graduate student research project entitled “Assessment of the Disinhibiting Effects of Mentholated Gel on Quadriceps Activation Following Knee Surgery” (John Faltus).
Served as supervisor of graduate student research project entitled “Risk Factors for Core & Lower Extremity Injury in Division I-FCS Football Players” (Janet Hess).
Served as supervisor of graduate student research project entitled “Risk Factors for Ankle Sprains in NCAA Division I-FCS Football Players” (Meredith Reineke).
Served as supervisor of graduate student research project entitled “Association of Transverse Plane Rotation with Chronic Ankle Instability” (Joe Baugham).
Served as supervisor of graduate student research project entitled “Ankle Dysfunction Case-Control Discrimination in College Football Players” Crystal Clark).
Served as supervisor of graduate student research project entitled “Reliability of Two Core Muscle Endurance Tests Used for Injury Risk Prediction”(Kenta Miyazaki).
Served as supervisor of graduate student research project entitled “Analysis of College Wrestlersâ•˙ Characteristics Relevant to Injury Risk” (Erin Karch).
Served as co-supervisor of graduate student research project entitled ” Relationship of Footprint Measurements to Navicular Drop and Injury Risk” Stephanie Rynas).
Served as co-supervisor of graduate student research project entitled “Prediction of Lower Extremity Injury in High School Basketball Players” (Marjorie Leahu).
Served as co-supervisor of graduate student research project entitled “Athletic Training Education Program Faculty Scholarship Assessment” (Joshua Wright).
Lane Wilkinson, UC Foundation Assistant Professor, Library
Authored “Transliteracy and Teaching What They Know” in Information Literacy Beyond Library 2.0 dited by Peter Godwin and Jo Parker (London: Facet Publishing, forthcoming)
Co-authored (with Caitlin Shanley and Bo Baker) “Nightmare on Vine Street: Librarians, Zombies, and Information Literacy” in Let the Games Begin: Engaging Students with Field-Tested Interactive Information Literacy instruction edited by Theresa McDevitt (New York: Neal Schuman, 2011)
Presented the paper “Bridging the Gaps: Transliteracy as Effective Pedagogy” at the 39th Annual LOEX Conference in Fort Worth, Texas. May 5-7, 2011.
Presented on the panel “Why Transliteracy?” at the 2011 American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana. June 23-28, 2011.
Presented (with Beverly Kutz, Caitlin Shanley, and Bo Baker) “We Learned Some New Dance Steps!” at the 2011 Tennessee Library Association (TLA) annual conference in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. March 23-25, 2011.
Kenyon Wilson, Assistant Professor, Music
Original composition “Songs of Distant Earth” is one of three finalists (out of 106 entries) for Bone Therapy’s composition contest. Piece will be performed this June at the 40th Annual International Trombone Festival.