Margaret Andover, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of psychology, published “Understanding and Treating Non-Suicidal Self-Injury” in the NYSPA Notebook.
Joshua L. Brown, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of psychology, received a five-year early career award from the William T. Grant Foundation for “The Impact of School and Classroom Environments on Youth Mental Health: Moderation by Genetic Polymorphisms.”
Hillary Exter, LAW,
director of student organizations and publicity for the Public Interest Resource Center, published “Starting the Year Off Right: Public Service Day” in the April issue of the NALP Bulletin of the Association for Legal Career Professionals.
Nicholas Georgantzas, Ph.D., BUS,
professor of management systems, gave the lecture “Deming and Democracy” in March at the 17th Annual International Deming Research Seminar in New York City.
Michael Gillan, Ph.D., ADM,
associate vice president of Fordham Westchester and co-chair of the FordhamVets Task Group, gave the lecture “Institutionalizing Success for Veterans and Military Students: Best Practices” on April 6 at the annual conference of National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals in Washington D.C.
Albert Greco, Ed.D., BUS,
professor of marketing, published The Essential JSP: Critical Insights into the World of Scholarly Publishing, Vol. 1 University Presses (University of Toronto Press, 2011).
Margo A. Jackson, Ph.D., GSE,
associate professor of counseling psychology, published “Multicultural Career Case Conceptualization Role Plays: Exploring Hidden Biases Through Reflections, Video-recording, and Small Group Processing,” in Experiential Activities for Teaching Multicultural Counseling Classes and Infusing Cultural Diversity into Core Classes (American Counseling Association, 2011).
Sara Lehman, Ph.D., A&S,
associate professor of Spanish, published an edition of the first Spanish-American novel, Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora Infortunios de Alonso Ramírez (1690) (Juan de la Cuesta, 2011).
John P. McCarthy, Ph.D., A&S,
professor emeritus of history, was one of the academic commentators on the recent BBC television series “The Story of Ireland.”
Dean McKay, Ph.D., A&S,
associate professor of psychology, published “Assessment of Obsessive Beliefs: Comparing Individuals with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder to a Medical Sample” in the Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry and “The Mainstream News Media, Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Psychopharmacology: An Illustration Using The New York Times” in The Behavior Therapist.
Mark Naison, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of African and African-American Studies and history, and principal investigator of the Bronx African American History Project (BAAHP), appeared in an episode of Left of Black on April 18.
Joyce Nilsson Orsini, Ph.D., BUS,
associate professor of management systems, and Lawrence U. Costiglio, LL.B., BUS, adjunct professor of management systems, co-chaired the 17th annual International Deming Research Seminar in New York City on March 21 and 22.
Christine Janssen-Selvadurai, Ph.D., BUS,
lecturer of management systems, received the Adviser of the Year Award from the Office of Student Leadership and Community Development and United Student Government.
Frederick J. Wertz, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of psychology, lectured on phenomenology and qualitative research last August at the American Psychological Association annual convention in San Diego and last October at the Mexican Congress of Psychology in Mexico City. He has published “The Method of Eidetic Analysis for Psychology” in The Redirection of Psychology: Essays in Honor of Amedeo P. Giorgi (CIRP, 2010) and is president-elect of the Interdisciplinary Coalition of North American Phenomenologists.
Dongli Zhang, Ph.D., BUS,
assistant professor of management systems, gave a presentation titled “Exploring the Changing Culture: The Effectiveness of Quality Practices in China” in March at the 17th annual International Deming Research Seminar in New York City.
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