Jooyong Ahn, Professor of Conducting, Music

Guest conducted three youth orchestras in San Isidro, Dolores and Chascomus youth orchestras in Argentina, March 2013. These orchestras are part of well known “el sistema” program which started in Venezuela early 1970s.

Taught several master classes to Kyungpook National University and the gifted students of Daegu Center for Students in Daegu, South Korea July, 2013.

Nesli Alp, UC Foundation Professor and Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs and Research, Engineering Management and Technology

Achievements Presented a paper entitled “Integrated Project Development as Applied to Public Projects” at the Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET) on July 28 – August 1, 2013 in San Jose, California.  Paper published in proceedings.

Served as a Session Chair at the Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET) on July 28  – August 1, 2013 in San Jose, California.

Participated to the World Education Services (WES) Undergraduate and Graduate International Students’ Admission seminars in San Francisco on July 25-26, 2013.

Served as a Track Reviewer and Session Organizer for the 2013 International Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) Conference in Minneapolis, MN on October 2-5, 2013.

Paper entitled “Comparison of the Engineering Management Master’s Program in the U.S.” is accepted for presentation and publication at the 2013 International Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) Conference in Minneapolis, MN on October 2-5, 2013.

Deborah E. Arfken, Director, and Professor, University Planning, and Political Science, Public Administration, and Non-Profit Management

Published with co-author, Dr. Susan F. Ritz, “Engaged with Carnegie: Effects of Carnegie Classification Recognition on Institutions” in the conference edition of Metropolitan Universities: An International Forum, the journal of the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities.

Served as the guest speaker on May 7 at the 50th reunion of the class of 1963 at The College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio. The title of the presentation was “Leaning into Time.”

Jessica Auchter, Assistant Professor, Political Science, Public Administration, and Nonprofit Management

Submitted a book manuscript entitled The Politics of Haunting and Memory in International Relations, which will be published by Routledge in 2014.

Published a journal article entitled ‘Border Monuments’ in Review of International Studies in April 2013.

Andrew W. Bailey, Assistant Professor, Health and Human Performance

Article Reviewer, Current Issues in Tourism.

Peer Reviewer, Journal of Experiential Education.

Peer-reviewer for the Christian Society of Kinesiology and Leisure Studies conference, June 2013.

Research Reviewer for Leisure Research Symposium presentations for the National Recreation & Parks Association, Houston, TX; Spring 2013.

Research reviewer for presentations at the Southeastern Recreation Research Conference, Athens, GA; Spring 2013.

Published Kang, H.K. & Bailey, A. (2013). Empirical Linkage between Psychological Needs in Self-Determination Theory and Perceived Quality of Life through Enduring Involvement.  Presentation for the Southeastern Recreation Research Conference, Athens, GA; March, 2013.

Published Bailey, A. & Kang, H.K. (2013).  Leisure and Life Satisfaction: Mundane Happiness. Presentation for the Southeastern Recreation Research Conference, Athens, GA; March, 2013.

Parks & Green Space Planning: Hamilton County Action Research.  Poster Presentation for UTC Research Day, April, 2013.

Hamilton County Parks 5-year Plan: Report and presentation prepared for the Hamilton County mayoral committee. August, 2013.

Carrie Baker, Assistant Professor, Health and Human Performance

Was an invited speaker to the Tennessee Athletic Trainer;s Society Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium. Nashville, TN, entitled “Upcoming Changes to Professional Standards in Athletic Training Education.”

Attended the South East Athletic Trainer’s Association Student meeting and served as a lab instructor for Emergency Care, Kinesio Taping, and Orthotic Fabrication.

Initiated a problem-based method of testing psychomotor skills in athletic training utilizing clinical preceptors from UTC and the Chattanooga sports medicine community.

Served on two master’ s students research committee.

Serving on an Honors undergraduate Thesis committee.

Served as a journal reviewer for Journal of Athletic Training and Journal of Sports Rehabilitation.

Austin L, Lawson C, Snider V, Baker C, Wilkerson G. Development of the Pre-Participation Functional Status Assessment. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Research Day. Chattanooga, TN, April 2013.

Baker CS, Capilouto G, Usher E, Uhl T, Mattacola CG, McKeon PO, Medina McKeon JM. Development of the Self-Efficacy of Balance Scale (SEBS) for Young Active Individuals. National Athletic Trainer’s Association Annual Convention and Symposium. Las Vegas, NV, June 2013. Poster Presentation.

Baker, C. Reduce the risk of elbow injuries in spring-sport athletes. Coach and Athletic Director. February 2013.

Jennifer Boyd, Assistant Professor, Biological & Environmental Science

Was lead author of a grant proposal funded by NSF to support the acquisition of controlled-environment growth chambers to be housed in the Department of Biological & Environmental Sciences.

Received a grant from the Tennessee Army National Guard to conduct annual monitoring of locally endemic and federally threatened large-flowered skullcap.

Susanne F. Burgess, Director of Music Education, Southeast Center for Education in the Arts

Completed all requirements for the Ed.D. in Learning and Leadership (UTC) and continues to contribute professional development opportunities in music education for the early childhood community in Chattanooga, the U.S., and in the international music education community.

David W. Carrithers, Adolph Ochs Professor of Government, Political Science

Published an essay entitled “Montesquieu and the Rise of Social Science” in Encyclopedia of the Social Science, edited by Byron Kaldis. Sage Publications, Inc., 2013.

Steven Cox, Professor and  Head of Special Collections & University Archives, Lupton Library

Published “Publishers’ Bindings in the Thomas Hughes Free Library,” from his recent grant-funded study of the Victorian book bindings in the Thomas Hughes Library in Rugby, Tennessee published in the summer 2013 issue of “Fine Books & Collections” Vol. 11, No. 3.

Michelle D. Deardorff, Professor and Department Head, Political Science, Public Administration, and Nonprofit Management

Authored peer-reviewed publication, “The Professor, Pluralism, and Pedagogy: A Reflection,” Journal of Political Science Education. 9(3): 2013: 366-373.

Named Chair of the Frank J. Goodnow Award committee, American Political Science Association. This is a one-year appointment.

Amy Doolittle, Associate Professor, Social Work

Elected as Chairperson for the Tennessee Social Work Educators Association at the Spring meeting.  Will serve 2 years in this position.

Published Doolittle, A. & Faul, A. C. (2013). Civic engagement scale:  A validation study. Sage Open, 3(3); DOI: 10.1177/2158244013495542.

Lucien Ellington, Professor, Education

Published “Tokugawa Japan and Industrial Revolution Britain.” Social Education, March/April 2013

Published “Taiwan in the Classroom: Economic Freedom, Political Freedom, International Pariah?” Virginia Review of Asian Studies, Spring 2013

Edited Jeffrey Richey’s Confucius in East Asia: Key Issues in Asian Studies: Association for Asian Studies, Spring 2013

Edited the spring issue of Education About Asia journal: Association for Asian Studies

Interview with Ellington was published in the publication “Click” the Korea Development Institute’s Online Economic Education Journal, Republic of Korea, July 2013

External funding:

$70,728 from the Association for Asian Studies for publication of the international teaching journal, Education About Asia

$24, 497 from the Freeman Foundation for the National Consortium for Teaching Asia 2013-14 programs

$25.000 from the Earhart Foundation (with Wilfred McClay) for funding for a teacher economics/citizenship summer 2013 institute

$25,000 with Wilfred McClay from the Apgar Foundation for funding for a religion/citizenship teacher institute in late 2013

Programs/Institutes:

February 14, fifth annual Asia Day (with Alice Tym, Craig Laing and external speakers) at the UC Auditorium (130 students, faculty and community members  attended the keynote session)

June 13-14 Conducted, with Wilfred McClay and external speakers, a teacher institute on economics and citizenship for 24 teachers from three states.

Co-winner with Wilfred McClay of the Chattanooga Chapter of the Freedoms Foundation annual Teacher/Educator Award

Procured funding for a two year Japanese Outreach Initiative fulltime employee, Asami Nakano, provided by the Japan Center for Global Partnerships: Japan Foundation.  Nakano began work as a guest staff member for the School of Education, August 1st.

Jennifer T. Ellis, Assistant Professor, Education

Conference Presentations:

Ellis, J. & Cogburn, D. (2013) Accessible cyberlearning. Blackboard World 2013 Conference. July 9-11, 2013, New Orleans, LA.

Clements, M. M., & Ellis, J. T. (2013). Increase Accessibility in Your Online Courses. Cengage 2013 Course Technology Conference. March 13-15, 2013, San Diego, CA.

Conference Workshops:

Ellis, J. & Noseworthy, E. (2013). Teaching an old professor new tricks: From the chalkboard to blackboard. Blackboard World 2013 Conference. July 9-11, 2013, New Orleans, LA.

Arnone, M.P. & Ellis, J.T. (2013, January). Creating accessible/motivational collaboration spaces. In. D. L. Cogburn & M. Hine  (Chair), Cross-cultural communication and collaboration in accessible cyberlearning and global virtual teams.  Symposium conducted at the Global Virtual Teams mini-track at the 47th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-47), Waikoloa, HI.

Ellis, J.T.  & Arnone, M.P. (2013, January). Program design and evaluation for global virtual teams and cyberlearning projects. In. D. L. Cogburn & M. Hine  (Chair), Cross-cultural communication and collaboration in accessible cyberlearning and global virtual teams.  Symposium conducted at the Global Virtual Teams mini-track at the 47th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-47), Waikoloa, HI.

Jessica Etheredge, Assistant Professor, Interior Design

Attended “Adobe as a Second Language” Workshop at the Interior Design Educators Council International Conference in March of 2013.

Was invited to present a paper on “Embracing Technology: Stimulating Learning with Apps in Higher Education” at the International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education in May 2013.

Was invited to present a paper on “Group Projects with Millennials: The Question of Not Why, but How?” at the International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education in May 2013.

Was invited to present a paper on “Design of Higher Education Computer Classrooms: How Seating Arrangements Affect Student Learning, Teaching Style, and Classroom Appraisal” at the International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education in May 2013.

Was invited to present a paper on “Application of Technology: Are students and faculty in consumer sciences embracing technology in the classroom? l” at the Tennessee American Family and Consumer Sciences Conference in April 2013.

Gene Ezell, Professor, Health and Human Performance

National Presentation–Research– Fall 2012;  “WORKING TOGETHER WORKS: PARTNERING FOR PROGRESS”–2012 COALITION OF URBAN AND METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITIES CONFERENCE—“WORKING TOGETHER WORKS: PARTNERING FOR PROGRESS.”

Professional Research Presentation–“Chattanooga’s BikeShare Program”–Tennessee Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Fall 2012.

Presented at HHP’s Brown Bag Research Program, Spring 2013, “WORKING TOGETHER WORKS: PARTNERING FOR PROGRESS.”

Jim Foster, Head Coach, Women’s Basketball, Athletics

Inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame.

Tim Gaudin, UC Foundation Professor & Associate Head, Biological & Environmental Sciences

Co-authored two articles published in Science:

Leary, M. A., J. I. Bloch, J. J. Flynn, T. J. Gaudin, A. Giallombardo, N. P. Giannini, S. L. Goldberg, B. P. Kraatz, Z.-X. Luo, J. Meng, X. Ni, M. J. Novacek, F. A. Perini, Z. Randall, G. W. Rougier, E. J. Sargis, M. T. Silcox, N. B. Simmons, M. Spaulding, P. M. Velazco, M. Weksler, J. R. Wible, A. L. Cirranello.  2013. The placental mammal ancestor and the post-KPg radiation of placentals.  Science 339:662-667.  DOI: 10.1126/science.1229237

Leary, M. A., J. I. Bloch, J. J. Flynn, T. J. Gaudin, A. Giallombardo, N. P. Giannini, S. L. Goldberg, B. P. Kraatz, Z.-X. Luo, J. Meng, X. Ni, M. J. Novacek, F. A. Perini, Z. Randall, G. W. Rougier, E. J. Sargis, M. T. Silcox, N. B. Simmons, M. Spaulding, P. M. Velazco, M. Weksler, J. R. Wible, A. L. Cirranello.  2013.  Technical Comment: Response to comment on The placental mammal ancestor and the post-KPg radiation of placentals.  Science 341:613.

Published edited proceedings volume: Gaudin, T.J. and F. Pujos.  2012.  Form and Function in the Xenarthra “ Symposium Proceedings Volume.  Journal of Mammalian Evolution  19(3):155-234.

Including two articles in volume: Gaudin, T.J., and F. Pujos.  2012. Form and function in the Xenarthra “ an introduction to the symposium proceedings volume. Journal of Mammalian Evolution  19(3):155-157.

Pujos, F. T.J. Gaudin, G. De Iuliis, and C. Cartelle.  2012.  Recent advances on variability, morpho-functional adaptations, dental terminology, and evolution of sloths.  Journal of Mammalian Evolution  19(3):159 – 169.

Gave talk to UTC Wildlife-Zoology club in March 2013 entitled “Invasion of the Flying Killer Armadillos”

Interviewed by the Chattanooga Times Free Press about spread of armadillos in Tennessee, as well as by Brian Joyce of WGOW Talk Radio and a reporter from TV station WBIR in Knoxville (and story was picked up by many of the major newspapers in Tennessee, including the Nashville Tennessean), based on paper published with former UTC undergrad Erich Eichler: Eichler, S.E. and T.J. Gaudin.  2011.  New records of the nine-banded armadillo, Dasypus novemcinctus (Mammalia, Xenarthra, Dasypodidae), in southeast Tennessee, and their implications.  Edentata.  12:7-13.

Bill Gautier, Head Coach, Cross Country, Track and Field, Athletics

Inducted into the Greater Chattanooga Area Sports Hall of Fame.

Ashish Gupta, Associate Professor, Management

Guest edited Special issue Decision Support Systems Journal, premier ranked IS Journal, on Health Care Analytics & Modeling.

Published an article in Information Systems Journal, an ranked IS journal, on the dark side of information technology use.

Published following four articles in top tiered Decision Support Systems Journal on:

– “Improving Rounding in Critical Care Environments through Management of Interruptions” (Research done with Mayo Clinic Rochester).

– “Improving the Science of Healthcare Delivery and Informatics using Modeling Approaches.”

– “Examining the Decision to Use Standalone Personal Health Record Systems as a Trust-enabled Fair Social Contract.

– “Should I send this Message? Understanding the Impact of Interruptions, Social Hierarchy and Perceived Task Complexity on User Performance and Perceived Workload Decision Support Systems.”

Elected as an Associate Editor at International Conference of Information Systems 2013 meeting, a premier IS conference with acceptance rate of less than 13%.

Program Demo Chair for the 23rd WITS annual meeting, Milan, Italy (Dec 14-15). The theme is Leveraging Big Data Analytics for Societal Benefits and in collaboration with organizers from Penn State, Suny Buffalo, Universita’ degli Studi di Milano (Italy) and several other universities.

Served as Program Chair of International Meeting of Enterprise, Organizational Modeling and Simulation (EOMAS 2013) this summer in Valencia, Spain. The meeting was in collaboration with Delft University of Technology.

Served on the NSF review panel of Smart Health initiative.

Serves as reviewer for Information Systems Research, Decision Support Systems, Decision Sciences, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, ACM Transactions of MIS and several others.

Reappointed for next 3 years to the editorial board of, IJITSA – International Journal of Information Technology & Systems Approach.

Debbie Ingram, UC Foundation Professor, Physical Therapy

Received the Catherine Worthingham Fellow Award at the American Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference in Salt Lake City, UT in June.

Reappointed to the APTA Public Policy and Advocacy Committee.

Appointed Chair of the Graduate Scholarship Committee of the Southern Conference.

Published ‘Badmouthing of Healthcare Professionals’ in PT Education in spring 2013.

Rowan Johnson, Lecturer, English

Completed EdD. The title of his dissertation was: “Student Attitudes toward Blended and Online Courses: A Comparison of Students in Traditional Writing Environments and Students in Blended Writing Environments.”

Catherine Kendall, Associate Professor, Interior Design

Published “The Anglicized and Illustrated Dictionary of Interior Design” with Pearson/Prentice Hall. ISBN-10: 0130925381.

Published Kindle eBook of “The Anglicized and Illustrated Dictionary of Interior Design” with Pearson/Prentice Hall which included various search capabilities and expanded cross-referencing.

Journal Article accepted for publication, Group Projects with Millennials: The Question of Not Why, but How, Journal of Learning in Higher Education.

Paper presented, Group Projects with Millennials: The Question of Not Why, but How at the International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education.

Paper presented, Embracing Technology: Stimulating Learning with Apps in Higher Education, International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education.

Paper Presented, Application of Technology: Are Students and Faculty in Consumer Sciences Embracing Technology in the Classroom?, Tennessee Association of Family and Consumer Sciences.

Best Paper Award, Group Projects with Millennials: The Question of Not Why, but How at the International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education.

Best Presentation Award, Group Projects with Millennials: The Question of Not Why, but How at the International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education.

Invited Reviewer, “Estimating and Costing for Interior Designers: A Step-by-Step Workbook,” Fairchild Publishers.

Invited Reviewer and Book Award Nominator, “Architecture and Interior Design: An Integrated History to the Present,” Interior Design Educator’s Council (IDEC) Book Awards.

Awarded Tennessee Board of Architectural and Engineering Examiners (TBAEE) grant. Total funding: $2049.00.

Elected as board member of the Tennessee Interior Design Coalition (TIDC), a state level professional design organization.

Chair of NCIDQ Committee, Tennessee Interior Design Coalition (TIDC), a state level professional design organization.

Committee member of Marketing Committee, Tennessee Interior Design Coalition (TIDC), a state level professional design organization.

Served as a peer reviewer of abstracts for the Fall 2012 Interior Design Educator’s Council (IDEC) South Regional Conference. Richmond, VA.

Nominated and Elected as member of the Alpha Scholastic Honor Society, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

David Levine, Cline Chair of Excellence, Physical Therapy

Appointed to the American Physical Therapy Section Research Awards committee for 2013-2016.

Attended and presented at the Annual Conference of the American Physical Therapy Association in Salt Lake City, June, 2013.

Hosted visiting physical therapy professors from Kasetsart University in Thailand. Was invited as a speaker for the opening events of their new teaching hospital in December 2013.

Gary Liguori, Department Head and Associate Professor, Health and Human Performance

Invited by the American College of Sports Medicine to serve as an Associate Editor for the 10th edition of the Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, the flagship textbook in exercise science.

Published the following with two former doctoral students: Lonbaken, B., Schuna, J.M., and Liguori, G. Alcohol Consumption and Academic Retention in First-Year College Students. College Student Journal (In-Press).

Published the following: Schuna, J.M., Hilgers, S.J., Manikowske, T.L., Tucker, J.M., and Liguori, G. Evaluation of a Circumference-based Prediction Equation to Assess Body Composition Changes in Men. International Journal of Exercise Science: Vol. 6: Iss. 3, Article 2.

Marcus D. Mauldin, Assistant Professor, Political Science, Public Administration & Nonprofit Management

An article entitled “Use of Community-Based Organizations to Advance Urban Revitalization Policy:  The Case of the Front Porch Florida Initiative” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Public Management & Social Policy.

Gave the following presentations: “State Use of Community-Based Organizations to Advance Urban Revitalization Policy:  The Case of the Front Porch Florida Initiative”

Paper presented at the Federal Reserve System Community Development Research Conference, Washington, D.C. April 11th-12th, 2013.

“Financial Sustainability Under Conditions of Economic Uncertainty:  The Use of State-Sponsored Local Government Investment Pools”.  Paper presented at the American Society for Public Administration, New Orleans, LA  – March 18, 2013.

Moderated a workshop on public-private partnerships at the National Forum of Black Public Administrators annual meeting in Atlanta, GA.

Presented a workshop on the effective use of social media with Dr. Felicia McGhee.  This workshop was delivered to the Southeastern Command and Leadership Academy in January 2013.

Was invited to review two textbooks in preparation for new editions.  These books include Public Policy:  Politics, Analysis and Alternatives for Congressional Quarterly Press and Writing Public Policy: A Practical Guide to Communicating in the Policy Making Process for Oxford University Press.

Deborah A. McAllister, UC Foundation Professor, Education

Presented the four-day workshop, “NASA Mathematics Resources and Super Source Activities for Elementary Grades Preservice Teachers,” Summer 2013.

Participating on the Lego Education Advisory Panel (LEAP), 2012-2013.

Participating on the Mathematics Bias and Sensitivity Review Panel for the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC), 2013.

Serving as President of Faculty Senate, UTC (2012-2014).

R. J. Morris, Assistant Professor/ Research Associate, Psychology / OPEIR

Assisted UTC Professor Paul Watson with the collection and analysis of two data sets. When analysis is completed research will be submitted for publication later this year.

Irven M. Resnick, Professor and Chair of Excellence, Philosophy and Religion

Published an award-winning monograph, Marks of Distinction: Christian Perceptions of Jews in the High Middle Ages (Washington, DC: The Catholic University of America Press, 2012). ISBN: 9780813219691.

Edited A Companion to Albert the Great. Theology, Philosophy, and the Sciences, (Leiden: Brill, 2012) ISBN 9789004234079; and published a study and translation of Peter the Venerable’s Against the Inveterate Obduracy of the Jews, Fathers of the Church, Mediaeval Continuation, 14 (Washington DC: Catholic University of America Press, 2013). ISBN 978-0813221298.

In addition, published the following articles:

“Albert the Great: A Biographical Introduction,” in A Companion to Albert the Great: The Universal Doctor on Theology, Philosophy, and the Sciences, edited by I.M. Resnick (Leiden: Brill, 2012), 1-14.

“Conjoined Twins in Scholastic Thought: A Survey,” Viator 44.2 (2013): 343-68.

“Luke 22:44 and Sweating Blood: Jesus and Medieval Natural Philosophers” Viator 44.1 (2013): 169-88.

Delivered three invited lectures:

“Robert Grosseteste and the Jews,” for a panel on Robert Grosseteste at the Canadian society of medievalists (4 June, 2013; Victoria, BC).

“Circumcision and Sexuality in Medieval Jewish-Christian Dialogue,” University of Arkansas  (March 25, 2013).

“Lingua sacra et diabolica: A Survey of Medieval Christian Views of the Hebrew Language,” at an International Conference, Hebraist zwischen Juden und Christen, University of Greifswald (Germany), 2-4 July 2012.

Reelected to a fourth three-year term as a Senior Associate, Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies (Oxford, England).

Sat on the steering committee for the annual conference of the Medieval  Academy of America, which met at UT (Knoxville) April 4-6, 2012, and organized six sessions or panels for the conference.

Received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to direct a five-week summer institute for college and university faculty in Oxford (England) during July-August, 2014, with the title “Representations of the ‘Other’”: Jews in Medieval England.”

Susan F. Ritz, Assistant Director of Strategic Planning for Assessment, University Planning

Published with co-author, Dr. Deborah E. Arfken, “Engaged with Carnegie: Effects of Carnegie Classification Recognition on Institutions” in the conference edition of Metropolitan Universities: An International Forum, the journal of the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities.

David Sachsman, West Chair of Excellence in Communication and Public Affairs, Communication

Dr. Sachsman’s latest book, “Sensationalism: Murder, Mayhem, Mudslinging, Scandals, and Disasters in 19th-Century Reporting,” was published by Transaction Publishers in August. This is the fifth book of readings to grow out of UTC’s Symposium on the 19th Century Press, the Civil War, and Free Expression.

Charlene Simmons, UC Foundation Associate Professor, Communication

Presented a research paper, “Generating ‘New’ News or Recycling Old News?: Content Diversity and the World Wide Web” at the annual AEJMC conference in Washington D.C. (August 2013).

Finalist in the annual AEJMC Great Ideas for Teachers (GIFT) competition.

Presented teaching tip “Oh No, Quinn’s in Trouble Again: Using Team-Based Learning and a Fictional Character to Teach Media Law” at the 2013 AEJMC annual conference in Washington, D.C.

Elected at Vice Chair and Program Planner for the Media and Economics Division of the Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC).

Joanie Sompayrac, UC Foundation Professor, Accounting

Co-authored: “Does the Defense of Marriage Act Prevent the Internal Revenue Service from Treating all ‘Married’ Couples Equally?” Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy, Sompayrac, Joanie and Burge, Victoria, Volume 14, Issus 1 (2013).

Ronald L. Smith, Professor, Mathematics

Presented “Recent Results on Normal Matrices”, Invited talk, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, April, 2013.

Published  “Completely Normal Matrices”, (joint with Michael D. Sherman, who received his MS in Applied Math at UTC, May, 2012), Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 439 (2013) pages 2114-2122.

Nikolasa Tejero, Assistant Professor, Music

Presented a recital at the College Music Society International Conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina (June 18-24, 2013).

Presented a recital at the International Clarinet Association’s ClarinetFest 2014 conference in Assisi, Italy (July 24-28, 2013).

Ling Jun Wang, Professor, Physics, Geology and Astronomy

Invited by Jiaotong University of Xian, China to give lecture on cosmology and quantum mechanics for students and faculty of departments of physics and chemistry.

Invited to write a review paper on my DET theory for Modern Physics Letters A.

Gary Wilkerson, Professor, Health and Human Performance

Publication: Wilkerson GB, Faltus JF. Effect of mentholated gel on quadriceps activation following knee surgery. AthleticTraining and Sports Health Care. 2013;5(4):177-184.

Presentation: June 2013, Interrelated Factors that Increase Susceptibility to Sport-Related Injury. National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV

Presentation: May 2013, Patient-Centered Care and Conflict of Interests in Athletic Medicine. Annual Big 12 Conference Sports Medicine Meeting, Dallas, TX

Grant: $15,000, Weldon F. Osborne Foundation, Improvement of Visual-Motor Neural Processing, June 2013

Jonathan Yeager, Maclellan Visiting Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Philosophy and Religion

Published a book, Early Evangelicalism: A Reader, with Oxford University Press in August 2013.

Published “An Unpublished Letter from John Erskine to Jonathan Edwards” in Jonathan Edwards Studies 3 (2013).

Delivered a paper, “A Pelican in the Wilderness: Charles Nisbet on Pennsylvania Frontier Life” at the American Society of Church History spring 2013 meeting at Portland, Oregon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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