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Recognition

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Achievements

Yoshinobu Hakutani, Department of English, presented “Haiku as a Bridge Between Japan and America: Three Girders of Yone Noguchi, Ezra Pound and R. H. Blyth” at the 2018 Yone Noguchi Society Conference, held at International Christian University, Tokyo, July, 7, 2018.    
Yoshinobu Hakutani, Department of English, presented “Richard Wright’s Haiku and Basho” and chaired the session “Culture and Literature of the Chicago Renaissance: Postmodern and Postcolonial Development,” at the American Literature Association Conference in San Francisco, May 24-27, 2018.
Peter C. Kratcoski, Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology, and co-presenters Gilbert Norden and Maximilian Edelbacher presented “Pre-Service Experiential Education/Training for Criminal Justice” at the International Police Executive Symposium/United Nations Symposium on Drugs and Crime in Vienna, Austria, on Aug. 21, 2018.
Trevor Watkins, University Libraries, presented “Libraries Beyond the Bricks and Mortar: A Framework for Embedding STEM Library Services in Virtual Spaces” at the World Library and Information Congress: 84th IFLA General Conference and Assembly on Aug. 27, 2018, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Congratulations to the following non-tenure track faculty members receiving promotion.

Publications

James Winter, Department of English, Salem Campus, published “Beyond Love” in CRAFT literary magazine, (editors Kim Winternheimer and Laura Spence-Ash), (2018). The piece won first place in the CRAFT Short Fiction Prize.
Lala Hajibayova, School of Information, authored “Leveraging collective intelligence: from univocal to multivocal representation of cultural heritage,” in Journal of Documentation, Vol. 74, Issue 6 (2018) 1190-1203.
Virginia Dressler, University Libraries, authored the book Framing Privacy in Digital Collections with Ethical Decision Making, 1st Edition, (Morgan and Claypool), (2018).
Steven R. Brown, Professor Emeritus, Evaluation and Measurement, and James C. Rhoads, authored “Bibliography of Intensive Single-case Studies” in Operant Subjectivity, Vol. 39, Issue 1-2 (2017) 98-100.  
Tracey Motter, DNP, RN, College of Nursing, has been appointed to the newly redesigned Northeast Ohio Nursing Initiative (NEONI) Advisory Board, a workforce initiative under the Center for Health Affairs.