Kimberly Arcoleo, Nursing, has received a silver award from Thorax journal for a 2012 article on pediatric lung disease research entitled, “Perception of Lung Function, Adherence to Inhaled Corticosteroids and the Role of Peak Expiratory Flow Feedback in Pediatric Asthma.”
Chris Zirkle, Educational Studies, presented “An Analysis of the Workforce Development and Education System in the United States,” at the 2012 International Conference on Industrial Workforce Development and Education in the Asia-Pacific Region, Cheonan, South Korea, Feb. 14.
Barbara Piperata, Anthropology, has been selected by the Human Biology Association to receive the Michael A. Little Early Career Award for significant contributions to the field of human biology and the promise of future significant contributions. Faculty must be nominated by at least two HBA Fellows, and the final selection is made by the executive committee.
George Billman, Medicine, Effect of Omega-3 Fatty Acids on Cardiac Rhythm: Anti-arrhythmic, Pro-Arrhythmic, Both or Neither? (Lausanne, Switzerland: Frontiers Media SA, 2013).
Sebastian Knowles, English, Foreword to Coílin Owens, Before Daybreak: “After the Race” and the Origins of Joyce’s Art, Florida James Joyce Series (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2013) and Foreword to Renascent Joyce, Florida James Joyce Series (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2013), eds. Daniel Ferrer, Sam Slote and André Topia.
Jennifer Higginbotham, English, The Girlhood of Shakespeare’s Sisters: Gender, Transgression, Adolescence (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2013).
Susan Havercamp, Nisonger Center, is principal investigator of a $900,000 grant that the Nisonger Center and the Ohio Department of Health received from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to promote health, prevent chronic disease and increase the quality of life among people with disabilities.
Sheila Barnhart, Audrey Begun and Tom Gregoire, Social Work, presented “If Mothers Had Their Say: Research Informed Intervention Design for Empowering Mothers to Establish Smoke-Free Homes,” at the 17th annual Society for Social Work Research Annual Conference, San Diego, Calif., Jan. 16-20.
Catherine Braun, Susan Delagrange and Ben McCorkle, English, presented “Stirred, Not Shaken: An Assessment Remixology,” at Writing Matters in a Changing World Conference, Columbus, Feb. 2.
Alicia Bunger, Social Work, presented “A Systematic Review of Public-Private Collaboration in Children’s Services: Implications for Organizational Practice and Research” and “Building Service Networks: The Impact of Funding On Partnerships Among Non-Profits,” at the 17th annual Society for Social Work Research Annual Conference, San Diego, Calif., Jan. 16-20.
Trey Conaster and H. Lewis Ulman, English, presented “Bathygraphy: The Depths and Surfaces of Electronic Texts,” at Writing Matters in a Changing World Conference, Columbus, Feb. 2.
Nate Doogan and Audrey Begun, Social Work, presented “Linking Prisoner Centralization with Social Connectedness: Five Years of Prisoner Visitation” at the 17th annual Society for Social Work Research Annual Conference, San Diego, Calif., Jan. 16-20.
Molly Farrell, English, presented “Colloquy with Eric Foner on The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery,” at the Southern American Studies Association Conference, Charleston, S.C., Feb. 1.
Cynthia Fontanella and Danielle Hiance, Social Work, presented “Trends in Psychotropic Medication Use Among Medicaid-enrolled Preschoolers,” at the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 58th annual meeting, New York, N.Y., Oct. 26-31.
Kay Halasek and Ben McCorkle, English, presented “A Conversation on the State of the OSU Writing II MOOC,” at Writing Matters in a Changing World Conference, Columbus, Feb. 2.
Sebastian Knowles, English, presented “‘A Halt for Hearsake:’ Performing the Beginning of ‘Night Lessons,’” at the 18th Irregular Miami J’yce Conference, Miami, Fla., Jan. 31-Feb. 2.
Anne Lucy McGreevy, Edgar Singleton and Laurie Maynell, English, presented “The Experience of International Students in Writing Classes,” at Writing Matters in a Changing World Conference, Columbus, Feb. 2.
Koritha Mitchell, English, presented “Living with Lynching,” at DISCO Research and Creative Activity series, Columbus, Jan. 24.
René Olate, Allison Riley, Annahita Ball and Dawn Anderson-Butcher, Social Work, presented “Predictors of Social Competence Among African American Teenagers Participating in a Sport-Based Youth Development Program,” at the 17th annual Society for Social Work Research Annual Conference, San Diego, Calif., Jan. 16-20.
Edgar Singleton, English, presented “The Changing Nature of Writing Programs,” at Writing Matters in a Changing World Conference, Columbus, Feb. 2.
Terrell Strayhorn, Educational Studies, presented “Black Masculinity and Its Influence on Academic and Life Success,” at the African American and African Studies Community Extension Center, Columbus, Jan. 31.
H. Lewis Ulman, English, presented “Bathygraphy: The Depths and Surfaces of Electronic Texts” at Writing Matters in a Changing World, Columbus, Feb. 2.
Anika Ball Anthony, Educational Services, “Activity Theory as a Framework for Investigating District-Classroom System Interactions and Their Influences on Technology Integration,” Journal of Research on Technology in Education, Vol. 44, No. 4 (Summer 2012), pp. 335-56.
Cynthia Carnes, Pharmacy, “Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Cardiac Protein Phosphatase 2A Regulation in Heart,”Journal of Biological Chemistry Vol. 288, No. 2 (January 2013), pp. 1032-46, and “Differential Effects of the Peroxynitrite Donor, SIN-1, on Atrial and Ventricular Myocyte Electrophysiology,” Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology, Jan. 29 (e-pub ahead of print).
Cynthia Fontanella and Hillary Drew, Social Work, “Continuity of Care and Adherence to Antidepressant Treatment among Medicaid-covered Youth,” Social Work in Mental Health (January 2013).
Kari Hoyt, Pharmacy, “Mitogen- and Stress-activated Kinases Regulate Progenitor Cell Proliferation and Neuron Development in the Adult Dentate Gyrus,” Journal of Neurochemistry Vol. 123, No. 5 (December 2012), pp. 676-88.
Keli Hu, Pharmacy, “MOG-1 Rescues Defective Trafficking of Nav1.5 Mutations in Brugada Syndrome and Sick Sinus Syndrome,” Circulation: Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology (2013).
Kathryn Jakes, Human Sciences, “The Tales of Ancient Textiles,” American Archaeology (Winter 2012-13), pp. 33-8.
David Stein, Constance Wanstreet, Paula Slagle and Michelle Lutz, Educational Studies, and Lynn Trinko, Educational Technology, “From ‘Hello’ to Higher-order Thinking: The Effect of Coaching and Feedback on Online Chats,” The Internet and Higher Education, Vol. 16, No. 3 (Winter 2013), pp. 78-84.
Lane Wallace, Pharmacy, “Signaling Pathways involved in Striatal Synaptic Plasticity are Sensitive to Temporal Pattern and Exhibit Spatial Specificity,” PLOS Computational Biology and “Modeling Spatial Aspects of Intracellular Dopamine Signaling,” Methods in Molecular Biology (Dopamine: Methods and Protocols), No. 964 (2013), pp. 61-75.
Barbara Warren, Nursing, “Decision Making and Behavioral Health Medication,” (guest columnist), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Recovery to Practice Newsletter, Jan. 24, 2013.
Bitna Yi, Tatiana Gonzalez-Cestari, Dennis McKay and A. Douglas Kinghorn, Pharmacy, “Alkaloids from Microcos Paniculata with Cytotoxic and Nicotinic Receptor Antagonistic Activities,” Journal of Natural Products, Jan. 17 (e-pub ahead of print).
Vitaly Bergelson, James Cogdell, Avner Friedman, Marty Golubitsky, David Goss, Barbara Keyfitz, Stephen Milne, Boris Mityagin, Henri Moscovici, Dijen Ray-Chaudhuri, Neil Robertson and Ronald Solomon, Mathematics, have been appointed Inaugural Fellows of the American Mathematical Society. The Fellows of the AMS program recognizes members who have made outstanding contributions to the creation, exposition, advancement, communication and utilization of mathematics.
Len Brillson, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Physics, was named a 2013 Fellow of the Materials Research Society for “seminal contributions to the understanding and control of semiconductor interfaces, their metallurgical reactions, native point defects and electronic properties.”
Bernadette Melnyk, Nursing, has been elected as a 2013 Fellow of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. AANP Fellows are selected from the 44,000-member base by a competitive nomination process; Melnyk was chosen for her expertise in all four areas of research, policy, practice and teaching. She joins three other College of Nursing faculty Fellows.
Abe Saunders, Student Life, received the American College Counseling Association’s Emerging Leader Award. Saunders, a second-year graduate student in Clinical Counseling, is a counseling intern at Student Life’s Counseling and Consultation Service. His professional interests include working with veterans, international students and undocumented immigrants. He will be attending ACCA’s annual convention and serving on one of the group’s committees. ACCA is recognizing Saunders for outstanding leadership in the profession of college counseling.
Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan, Human Sciences, was named as one of the Top 22 Education Professors in Ohio by Ohio Online Schools. The list highlights post-secondary educators who have been awarded recently for excellence in the classroom, on campus and in the community.
Deanna Wilkinson, Human Sciences, was featured in the Criminal Justice Research Center News February 2013 newsletter. “A Conversation with Deanna Wilkinson” spotlighted the CJRC affiliate’s research interests and her dedication to finding connections between her research and her community efforts.