Robert Bloom coauthored “Sustainability Reporting to Develop a Competitive Advantage,” in The Tennessee CPA Journal 58:2 (March/ April 2013) with Mark Myring of Ball State University, who is a JCU accounting alumnus.

Scott Moore and Albert Nagy published an academic case titled “Contact Structuring under the New Lease Accounting Rules: The Case of Custom Design Retail, Inc.” in Global Perspectives on Accounting Education 10, pp. 81-90.

Martha Pereszlenyi-Pinter gave the opening lecture titled “L’Histoire de la bière en France” for the Maison Française de Cleveland’s 2013-1014 season at Great Lakes Brewery in Cleveland on September 11, 2013.

Professor Pereszleni-Pinter chaired the session titled “Innovations in Science and Technology” and read her paper titled “1 Hungarian Folk Tale + 1 French Fairy Tale = Paul Fejos’ Fantasy Film: Preserving Images of Hungary Between the Two World Wars in the French Film Marie, légende hongroise (1932)” at the American Hungarian Educators Association’s 38th Annual Conference at Rutgers University in New Jersey May 2-5, 2013.

Megan Thornton presented “(Im)migrant Experiences and Cultural Citizenship in Ramón Tianguis Pérez’s Diario de un mojado” at the 5th Crossing Over Symposium at Cleveland State University on October 11-12, 2013.

Jackie Schmidt, Tina Facca (MMN), and Jack Soper (EC deceased) published “International Variations in Divergent Creativity and the Impact on Teaching Entrepreneurship,” Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice 13:2 (October 2013).

Cecile Brennan presented an educational session titled “Counseling and Values: Determining the Appropriate Role for a Counselor’s Personal Values,” at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference in Denver, Colorado, October 17-20, 2013.

Professor Brennan also presented “The Ethics of Counseling Diverse Populations,” at the All Ohio Counselor’s Conference in Columbus, Ohio, November 6-8, 2013. Professor Brennan and Paula Britton also presented an all-day pre-conference titled “Supervision and Ethics: Let’s Get Competent” for the conference.

Amy Hoffman and Mark Storz presented a paper titled “Becoming an IB MYP School: Experiences of Teachers, Students and Administrators” at the American Middle Level Education Annual Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 8, 2013. They were also invited to participate in a roundtable discussion titled “Spotlight on Research” to discuss research papers that had been published by the association the previous year.

Kathleen Roskos, with James Christie, published “Gaining Ground in Understanding the Play-Literacy Relationship” in the American Journal of Play 6:1 (Fall 2013).

Lisa Shoaf, Ted Zigler, and Robert Beebe published “Building Cohesive Leadership Development,” Policy Futures in Education 11:3 (2013).

David Shutkin published “Becoming the Future: The Lake Highlands Middle School Laptop and Learning Initiative” in The Politics of Education and Technology: Conflicts, Controversies, and Connections, eds. N. Selwyn and K. Facer (New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).

Nancy Taylor and Sharon Schwam, a JCU graduate student, presented “Choice Not Chance: Engaging High School Sophomores in Planning for Their Future” at the All Ohio Counselors Conference in Columbus, Ohio, November 6-8, 2013.

Matt Berg presented “Denunciation in the Service of Democracy: The Referat zur Liquidierung des Nazismus in Vienna, June 1945 – January 1946” as part of a panel about the theme “New Perspectives on the Afterlife of the NSDAP and Denazification in Postwar Germany and Austria” at the 37th annual German Studies Association Conference in Denver, Colorado, October 3-6, 2013.

James Krukones moderated a panel discussion at the Cleveland Museum of Art on October 23, 2013, in connection with the Cleveland Orchestra’s series “Fate and Freedom,” which focuses on the music of Beethoven and Shostakovich. The other participants included John Ewing, director of the Cleveland Cinematheque, and Frank Oteri, a New York-based composer and music journalist. The discussion preceded a screening of the Soviet film The New Babylon (1929), which features an original score by Shostakovich and dealt with the relationships between music, film, and politics.

Jenna Drenten presented “‘Pinteresting’ Pedagogy: Exploring the Value of Pinterest as an Educational Tool in the Marketing Classroom” at the Marketing Management Association Fall Educators’ Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, September 18-21, 2013.

Professor Drenten presented “Commodified ‘Rights’ of Passage: Reconceptualizing Rites of Passage in Consumer Society” at the Schulich School of Business Second Annual Idea Camp at York University in Toronto, Canada, October 1, 2013. Also, she attended the “Blended, Flipped, Massive” Teaching Professor Technology Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, October 4-6, 2013.

Linda Seiter and Brendan Foreman published “Modeling the Learning Progressions of Computational Thinking of Primary Grade Students” in Proceedings of the Ninth Annual International ACM Conference on International Computing Education Research in San Diego, California, August 12-14, 2013 (New York: ACM, 2013).

Mariana Ortega published “Gift of Being, Gift of Self ” in Women and the Gift, Beyond the Given and All-Giving, ed. Morny Joy (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2013).

Professor Ortega also published “Photographic Representation of Racialized Bodies, Afro-Mexicans, the Visible, and the Invisible,” Critical Philosophy of Race 1:2 (2013).

Jen Ziemke, with Crisis Mappers Network co-founder Patrick Meier, organized the Fifth Annual International Conference of Crisis Mappers in Nairobi, Kenya, November 18-22, 2013. The conference was hosted by UN-Habitat and Spatial Collective. Official co- organizers are USAID and ESRI.

Susan Long participated in the fall meeting of the Northeast Asia Council of the Association for Asian Studies held at Columbia University November 10, 2013.

Professor Long served as a panelist on two panels at the American Anthropological Association meeting in Chicago, Illinois, on November 20-24. One panel, “The Anthropology of Death, Social Change, Religion and Syncretism,” was a four-hour session exploring changes cross-culturally in ideas about death, mortuary ritual, and syncretic practices. The other, sponsored by the Society for East Asian Anthropology and titled, “Aging Publics and the Caregiving Crisis in East Asia,” focused on demographic change, policy, and family relations in regard to caregiving of the elderly in China, Japan, and Korea.

Michele Stopera Freyhauf, instructor and MA ’12, was appointed a Member-at-Large for the Student Advisory Board of the Society of Biblical Literature.

Ed Hahnenberg presented “Vatican II and Our Students: Classroom Conversations” at the College Theology Society’s annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, May 30-June 2, 2013; “A Catholic University in a Postmodern World” at the President’s Leadership Retreat at Loyola University Chicago; and “Vocation: Waking Up to a New Understanding” at the Catholics on Call Partner Conference, Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, Illinois, September 18-19, 2013.

In Cleveland, Professor Hahnenberg presented “Vatican II: Igniting the Best of Catholicism” at the National Conference for Catechetical Leadership annual meeting, May 19-23; “Called to Be Leaven in the World: Implications of Vatican II for Catholic Social Ministries” at the Catholic Community Connection Symposium at John Carroll August 23, 2013; and “Ask the Big Questions: An Atheist and a Catholic Discuss God, Service and the Meaning of Life” with Chris Stedman, Assistant Secular Humanist Chaplain at Harvard University on September 24, 2013.

Joe Kelly published “Roman Catholic Modernism” on The Bible and Its Interpretation, an online site for the history of biblical exegesis (October 2013).

Professor Kelly gave a presentation titled “Symbolism in Catholicism” at the Church of Saint Mary of the Assumption in the Collinwood neighborhood of Cleveland November 6, 2013.

Sheila McGinn published “Notes from the General Editor,” Conversations with the Biblical World, Proceedings of the Eastern Great Lakes Biblical Society and Midwest Region Society of Biblical Literature 2011. XXXI (University Heights, OH: John Carroll University, 2013).

Zeki Saritoprak presented a paper titled “Migration, Feelings of Belonging to the Land and the Universality of Islam” and chaired a panel titled “Citizenship Education from Different Perspectives” at the conference “Citizenship Education and Islam,” which was organized by the University of Vienna, the University of Tirana, and Beder University in Tirana in Albania, November 1-3, 2013.

Professor Saritoprak and Rita George-Turtkovic published “An Insider’s Perspective,” “Texts and Commentary,” and “Concluding Reflections” in World Religions in Dialogue, ed. Pim Valkenberg, (Winona, MN: Christian Brothers Publications, 2013).

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