Check out some of your colleagues’ recent achievements.
James Good and Steven R. Brown, School of Foundations, Leadership and Administration, presented "Is Q methodology a 'pathological science'? A transactionalist assessment of the implications for Q methodology of Joel Michell's critique of psychometrics" at the annual meeting of the International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Sept. 6, 2013.
Steven R. Brown, School of Foundations, Leadership and Administration, presented "Decision Structures" at the annual meeting of the International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Sept. 5, 2013.
Yosh Hakutani, Department of English, gave an invited presentation, “Richard Wright’s Haiku and Modernist Poetics,” for the Symposium Traveling Texts: Between African Americans and Japanese, held at New York University, Oct. 4-5 2013.
Brian Kelley, Department of Political Science, presented "BYOD: Bring Your Own Device or Bring Your Own Destruction" at the Cyber Security Day sponsored by the Ohio State University’s Office of the Chief Information Officer and the State of Ohio’s Department of Administrative Services in Columbus, Ohio, on Oct. 3, 2013.
Kiersten Latham, School of Library and Information Science, Steve Friesen and Chuck Regier presented "Open Storage Exhibits for 21st Century" at the Mountain Plains Museums Association in Lincoln, Neb., on Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 2013. Summary: “The popularity of programs like ‘Antiques Road Show’ indicates that the public is very interested in artifacts. Museums can show off more stuff, with more information, by revisiting and revising the old open storage concepts."
Barrett Beer, Department of History, authored "Kyngston and Fabyan's Chronicle (1559)," The Library, Vol. 7, Series 14, Issue 2, (2013): 25-31.
Mark Seeman, Department of Anthropology, Thomas Loebel, Aaron Comstock and Garry Summers authored "Working with Wilmsen: Paleoindian End Scraper Design and Use at Nobles Pond," American Antiquity, Vol. 78, (2013): 407-432. Web link: www.academia.edu/4188104/Working_with_Wilmsen_Paleoindian_Endscraper_Design_and_Use_at_Nobles_Pond
Stephanie Siciarz, Modern and Classical Languages, authored her first novel, Left at the Mango Tree, Pink Moon Press, (2013). Left at the Mango Tree was shortlisted for the Dundee International Book Prize and was awarded the Kirkus Star for Exceptional Merit.