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ACCOUNTANCY
Robert Bloom and Mariah Webinger published “Contextualizing the Intermediate Financial Accounting Courses in the Global Financial Crisis” and “Rejoinder to Commentaries” about this paper in Accounting Education: An International Journal 20:5 (2011) 469-494, 529-537.

ART HISTORY AND HUMANITIES
Gerald B. Guest published “Space,” Studies in Iconography, Special Issue: Medieval Art History Today – Critical Terms 33 (2012).

Professor Guest also reviewed Les vitraux du choeur de la cathédrale de Troyes (XIIe siecle) by Elizabeth C. Pastan and Sylvie Balcon in Speculum 87:2 (2012) 594-595.

BIOLOGY
Rebecca Drenovsky, with B. J. Grewell, C. M. D’Antonio, J. L. Funk, J. J. James, N. Molinari, I. M. Parker, and C. L. Richards, published “A Functional Trait Perspective on Plant Invasions,” Annals of Botany 110 (2012) 141-153.

Professor Drenovsky, with A. Khasanova and J. J. James, published “Trait Convergence and Plasticity among Native and Invasive Species in Resource Poor Environments,” American Journal of Botany 99 (2012) 629-639.

Professor Drenovsky’s article, “Geologic Composition Influences Distribution of Microbiotic Crusts in the Mojave and Colorado Deserts at the Regional Scale,” coauthored by Jeffrey R. Johansen and Nicole Pietrasiak, appeared in Soil Biology & Biochemistry 43:5 (2011) 967-974.

Ralph Saporito, with R.H. Hegna and M.A. Donnelly, published “Not All Colors are Equal: Predation and Color Polytypism in the Aposematic Poison frog Oophaga Pumilio, in Evolutionary Ecology (online September, print October, 2012) 1-15.

Professor Saporito published a series of articles in Chemoecology 22 (2012) 138-178 as contributions in memory of John W. Daly, including the dedication with A. H. Savitzky; “Sequestered Defensive Toxins in Tetrapod Vertebrates: Principles, Patterns and Prospects for Future Studies,” with A.H. Savitzky, D. A. Hutchinson, G. M. Burghardt, H. B. Lilywhite, and J. Meinwald; “A Review of Chemical Ecology in Poison Frogs,” with M.A. Donnelly, T. F. Spande and H.M. Garroffo; and “The Occurrence of Defensive Alkaloids in Non-integumentary Tissue of the Brazilian Red-belly Toad Melanophryniscus simplex (Bufonidae),” with T. Grant, P. Colombo, and L. Verrastro.

Professor Saporito also presented a paper coauthored with undergraduate Yaritbel Torres-Mendoza and others titled “Ontogeny of Alkaloid-based Chemical Defenses in the Dendrobatid Frog, Oophaga pumilio,” at the Seventh World Congress of Herpetology in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, August 8-14, 2012. Another undergraduate student, Daniel Paluh, presented a poster of their research titled, “A Test of Aposematism in the Dendrobatid Frog, Oophaga pumilio: The importance of movement in clay model experiments.”

CLASSICAL AND MODERN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
Katherine Gatto published “The ‘European Union’ of the Sixteenth Century: A Case Study of Humanist Cosmopolitanism in Spain and Hungary” in the Festschrift Hungary through the Centuries, Studies in Honor of Steven Bela Vardy and Agnes Huszar Vardy, eds. Richard Mulcahy, Janos Angi, and Tibor Glant (New York: Columbia University Press, East European Monographs, 2012).

Martha Pereszlenyi-Pinter presented “A Hungarian ‘Madwoman in the Attic’: Rehabilitating Elizabeth Bathory, a Seventeenth Century ‘Serial Killer,’ a.k.a. ‘The Blood Countess Dracula,’” and chaired a session titled “Educational Initiatives in Hungary” at the American Hungarian Educators Association’s Thirty-Seventh Annual Conference, Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus, April 2012.

Professor Pereszlenyi-Pinter’s translation of “Contributions to the 18th Century History of Balkany, Hungary” by Zoltan Molnar, was published in the Festschrift Hungary Through the Centuries: Studies in Honor of Professors Steven Bela Vaardy and Agnes Huszaar Vaardy, eds. Richard Mulcahy, Janos Angi, and Tibor Glant (New York: Columbia University Press, East European Monographs, 2012).

Professor Pereszlenyi-Pinter published “Ki volt az ‘igazi’ Báthory Erzseebet?” [“Who Was the ‘Real’ Elizabeth Bathory?”]” in Joint Proceedings of the 49th and 50th Hungarian Congress, ed., Leel F. Somogyi (Cleveland: Arpád Publishing Company, 2011).

Megan Thornton presented “Child’s Play: The Game of Violence in Nellie Campobello’s Cartucho” at the Thirtieth International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, San Francisco, May 23-26, 2012.

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Jeanne Colleran published Theater and War: Theatrical responses since 1991 (New York: Palgrave and MacMillan, 2012).

Dean Colleran also was invited by Cuyahoga County Executive Edward Fitzgerald to be part of the Cleveland Delegation to Ireland in mid-September. The delegation attended receptions by the Taoiseach, the Lord Mayor of Dublin, and the American Ambassador to Ireland, Dan Rooney. While there, they also visited Cleveland’s sister city in County Mayo.

COMMUNICATION AND THEATRE ARTS
Bob Noll’s play “Famous” was published by Original Works Publishing. “Famous” has been produced twice off-off Broadway recently. This is his ninth published play.

Jackie Schmidt, Jack Soper, and Tina Facca published “Creativity in the Entrepreneurship Curriculum” in the Journal of Entrepreneurship Education 15 (2012) 123-31.

Professor Schmidt presented a paper coauthored with Jack Soper and Tina Facca titled “International Variations in Divergent Creativity and the Impact on Teaching Entrepreneurship” at the International Council of Small Business in Wellington, New Zealand, June 2012.

Professor Schmidt also attended the workshop “Entrepreneurship in the Liberal Arts” at Hiram College in May and the National Communication Association Institute for Faculty Development at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, in July 2012.

ECONOMICS AND FINANCE
Walter O. Simmons and Rosemarie Emanuele coauthored “Giving In A Time of Terrorism” in the Journal of Business & Economics Research 10:3 (March 2012) 143-147.

EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES
Paula Britton coauthored two publications with D. C. Greene, the first titled “Stages of Sexual Minority Identity Formation: The Impact of Shame, Internalized Homophobia over Emotional Ambivalence, and Personal Mastery” in the Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health 16 (2012) 188-214 and the second titled “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Smokers: Correlations with External Health Control, Health Expectations and Shame-Focused Coping Strategies,” in the Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling 6:3 (2012) 202- 228.

Kathleen Roskos with Karen Burnstein and Byeong-Keun You published “A Typology for Observing Children’s Engagement with eBooks at Preschool,” Journal of Interactive Online Learning 11:2 (Summer 2012) 47-66.

Sally H. Wertheim (retired), with Alan D. Bennett, published Remembering Cleveland’s Jewish Voices (Kent: Kent State University Press, 2011).

ENGLISH
George Bilgere published “Darkly Shifting Flux” in River Styx (May 2012), and it also was featured on the website Poetry Daily on August 15, 2012. Four of his poems, “Desire,” “Robert Frost,” “Tamed,” and “Horses,” were broadcast on the Garrison Keillor’s National Public Radio program, The Writer’s Almanac, between April and September 2012.

Professor Bilgere was chosen by a consortium of colleges and universities to do a series of poetry readings for the Great Plains Writers Tour. In a week, he read at colleges and bookstores in Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, and Missouri.

HISTORY
Maria Marsilli-Cardozo coordinated the symposium “The Past is Nobody’s Land: Uses of Historical Memory in Processes of Identity Formation,” and presented her paper “La Bruja (Perfidamente) Conveniente: Los usos de “La Quintrala” en La Creacion de la Identidad Chilena, Siglo XIX,” at the Fifty-Fourth International Conference of Americanists in Vienna, Austria July 15-20.

MANAGEMENT, MARKETING AND LOGISTICS
Scott Allen and Rosanna Miguel’s paper “Leader Development: Would You Please Tell Me, Please, Which Way I Ought to Go From Here?” was selected to receive the Southern Management Associations, Management History/Education Track’s Best Paper Award. They will be recognized in the program, at the conference, and receive a $350 prize.

Professor Allen and Beth Martin coauthored a chapter “Developing Leaders for a Complex World: Mapping ILA’s Guiding Questions to an Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Minor in Leadership,” in Leading in Complex Worlds, ed. JoAnn Danelo Barbour (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2012).

Tina Facca presented a paper she coauthored with Jackie Schmidt and Jack Soper, “Assessing Entrepreneurship Curriculum in Jesuit Higher Education: Step One in Developing a Brand Identity,” at the International Association of Jesuit Business Schools in Barcelona, Spain in July.

Bradley Hull published “The Chicago-East Coast Corridor: Changing Intermodal Patterns,” in Transportation Journal 51:2 (Spring 2012) 220-237.

MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
Barbara D’Ambrosia and Carl Spitznagel published “Exploring Symmetry with Geogebra,” in Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, Denver, Colorado, March 17-20, 2011 (Boston: Pearson Education, 2012) 60-69.

PHILOSOPHY
Earl Spurgin published “Hey, How did I become a Role Model? Privacy and the Extent of Role-Model Obligations,” in the Journal of Applied Philosophy 29:2 (2012) 118-132.

Professor Spurgin presented “Do Business Leaders Have Role-Model Obligations
to be Good Political Actors?” at the Fifth World Congress of the International Society of Business, Economics, and Ethics, Warsaw, Poland, July 14, 2012.

Sharon Kaye had her article, “Dress Rehearsal for Life: Using Drama to Teach Philosophy to Inner-City High School Students,” in Analytic Teaching 26 (2006) reprinted in a Slovenian journal.

Professor Kaye’s book with Paul Thomson, Philosophy for Teens, Questioning Life’s Big Ideas (Waco, Texas: Prufrock Press, 2006) was published in Japanese.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Fiona Connor-Kuntz wrote the Adapted Physical Education Support Document for the Ohio Department of Education to assist with administering the new statewide required physical education assessments for K-12 student with disabilities.

PROVOST AND ACADEMIC VICE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE
John Day reviewed Fraternity by Diane Brady in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education 42 (Fall 2012) 56-57.

PSYCHOLOGY
Elizabeth V. Swenson published “Translating Ethical Dilemmas from the Traditional to the Online Classroom,” in The Ohio Psychologist (2012).

SOCIOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY
Penny Harris published “Maintaining Friendships in Early Stage Dementia: Factors to Consider,” Dementia 11:3 (May 2012) 305-314.

Susan Long published two articles – the “Bodies, Technologies and Aging in Japan: Thinking about Old People and their Silver Products,” in the Journal of Cross Cultural Gerontology 27:119 (2012) and “Ruminations on Studying Late Life in Japan,” in Anthropology and Aging Quarterly 33:2 (2012).

Professor Long also authored a grant proposal to subsidize the Japan study tour for students. The project, “Popular Culture in Times of Crisis: Japan 2012,” received $21,600 from the Center for Global Partnerships.

THEOLOGY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES
Ed Hahnenberg published “Serving in the Name of the Church: The Call to Lay Ecclesial Ministry,” in In the Name of the Church: Vocation and Authorization of Lay Ecclesial Ministry, William J. Cahoy, ed. (Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2012) 35-55, and “The Meaning of Calling in a Culture of Choice,” in Reflections 99 (2012).

Professor Hahnenberg also addressed the First Friday Club of Cleveland, JCU reunion weekend, the Sisters of Charity Health System administrators’ retreat, and the Annual Clergy Conference of the Diocese of Nottingham, U.K.

Sheila McGinn published “Ocean of Grace, Way of Truth: Jesus the Beacon Who Leads Us to God,” CA News (June 2011).

Professor McGinn also published with Jane Webster, Erin Runions, Eugene Gallagher, Davina Lopez, Todd Penner and David Howell “Student Learning Outcomes for Biblical Studies in the Liberal Arts,” Teaching Theology & Religion 15:3 (July 2012) 262-283.

Zeki Saritoprak participated in the CrossCurrents Research Colloquium as a Coolidge Scholar in July 2012. Dr. Saritoprak’s proposal based on the Colloquiums’ theme “The Role of Religion in Social Movements” was one of only twenty accepted out of the hundred plus proposals for the four week event at Columbia University and Union Theological Seminary’s campuses in Manhattan.


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