Robin Andersen, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of communication and media studies and director of the Peace and Justice Studies Program, presented “Culture and Tourism: Danger, Adventure and the Natural World,” as part of an ecotourism panel at “Aftermath and Renewal: Reclaiming the Critical Ideal,” the International Conference of the Union for Democratic Communications (UDC) held from May 28-31, in Buffalo, N.Y.
James Boyce, O. Carm., A&S,
associate professor of music and chair of the Department of Art History and Music, has published Carmelite Liturgy and Spiritual Identity: The Choir Books of Kraków (Brepols Press, 2009).
Keith Cruise, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of psychology, has published “Identification of Critical Items on the Massachusetts Youth Screening Instrument-2 (MAYSI-2) in Incarcerated Youth,” in the International Journal of Forensic Mental Health and “Use of the CANS-SD in the Treatment and Management of Juvenile Sex Offenders,” in Behavioral Health Care (Lyons & Weiner, 2009).
David S. Glenwick, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of psychology, has published “Effects of Expressive Writing on Standardized Graduate Entrance Exam Performance and Physical Health Functioning,” in the Journal of Psychology.
Maryam Hastings, Ph.D., A&S,
visiting professor of mathematics, was the keynote speaker at the second annual Sonia Kovalevsky Math Day for Girls, held in February at the College of New Rochelle. Hastings is the founder/director of the Marymount Science/Mathematics Workshop for High School Girls.
Christine Firer Hinze, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of theology, presented an invited paper on “The Global Economy in Impasse: Theological and Ethical Reflections on the Current Economic Crisis,” at the annual meeting of the Catholic Theological Society of America held in Halifax, Nova Scotia on June 5. Bradford Hinze, Ph.D., professor of theology, presented “A Decade of Disciplining Theologians;” Aristotle Papanikolaou, Ph.D., associate professor of theology, presented “Sophia Orthoi! Sergei Bulgakov’s Theology of the Trinity;’ and Maureen O’Connell, Ph.D., assistant professor of theology, presented “A Faith That Imagines Justice: Beyond Reward and Punishment to Restoration and Recovery,” all at the same conference.
Kathleen P. King, Ed.D., GSE,
professor of education, has published Perspectives of Evolving Research Approaches in Transformative Learning: The Learning Activities Survey (10th anniversary edition). SERIES: Adult education special topics: Theory, research and practice in lifelong learning. (Information Age Publishing, 2009).
Jennifer Mussi, Ph.D., ADM,
assistant dean, Office of Student Leadership and Community Development, presented, “Does Mission Matter? Exploring the Relationship Between the Mission of Jesuit Higher Education and New Student Affairs Professionals,” at the annual meeting of the Jesuit Association of Student Personnel Administrators (JASPA), in Seattle, Wash. She also received the 2009 JASPA Scholarship Award for her work.
Philip M. Napoli, Ph.D., BUS,
associate professor of communications and media management and director of the Donald McGannon Communication Research Center, has published “Public Interest Media Advocacy and Activism as a Social Movement” in Communication Yearbook. Napoli also presented two papers at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association in May.
Joyce Nilsson Orsini, Ph.D., BUS,
associate professor of management systems and director of the Deming Scholars MBA Program, presented an invited paper on “A Pedagogy for Education Based on Deming’s Work,” at the 53rd European Organization for Quality Congress: Quality in an Age of Transition, in Dubrovnik, Croatia on May 13.
Robert J. Penella, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of classics and chairman of the department, has edited Rhetorical Exercises from Latin Antiquity: Choricius of Gaza’s ‘Preliminary Talks’ and ‘Declamations’ (Cambridge University Press, 2009).
Michael Pirson, Ph.D., BUS,
assistant professor of business, was invited to speak on the introductory panel at the Skoll World Forum’s University Network at Oxford University in March. Pirson’s article “Unconventional Insights into Managing Stakeholder Trust,” co-authored by Deepak Malhotra, was a Top 10 best seller at MIT Sloan Management Review, a print and online business journal.
Thierry Rigogne, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of history, presented “Coffee Culture in Eighteenth-Century France,” at the annual meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies in Richmond, Va., on March 29. He has also received a Robert R. Palmer Research Travel Fellowship, a Franklin Research Grant for 2009-2010 by the American Philosophical Society and a residential fellowship for 2009-2010 by the Program in Early American Economy and Society (PEAES) at the Library Company of Philadelphia for “The Creation of the Café: The Birth of Coffee Culture and the Rise of the French Café (1640-1800).”
Terrence Tilley, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of theology and chair of the department, gave the Presidential Address, “Three Impasses in Christology,” at the Annual meeting of the Catholic Theological Society of America held in Halifax, Nova Scotia on June 7.
Warren W. Tryon, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of psychology, and Dean McKay, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology, have published “Memory Modification as an Outcome Variable in Anxiety Disorder Treatment” in the Journal of Anxiety Disorders.
Matthew Weinshenker, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of sociology, presented “Nonstandard Parental Employment Schedules and Father Involvement,” on April 30 at the conference of the Population Association of America in Boston. Emily Rosenbaum, Ph.D., professor of sociology, and Chris Morett, Ph.D., assistant professor of sociology, were co-authors.