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Yanhai Du, College of Aeronautics and Engineering, was co-author for the following peer-reviewed and internationally circulated journal articles.

Bonnie James Shaker, Department of English at Kent State University at Geauga, Lae'l Hughes-Watkins, University Libraries, and Angela Pettitt, Penn State Shenango, authored the article "Recovering Kate Chopin's 'Her First Party': Media, Mediation, Message" in American Periodicals, Jean Lee Cole and Cynthia Patterson  (Eds.), 27(1), 2017, 21-24.

Robin Selinger, Liquid Crystal Institute; Michael Varga, graduate student, Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program; and Andrew Konya, former graduate student in the Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program, authored "Making Waves in a Photoactive Polymer Film" in Nature, 546, Issue 29 June 2017, (2017): 632-636.

Peter C. Kratcoski Sr., Department of Sociology at Kent State University at Stark, authored Correctional Counseling and Treatment, 6th edition, published by Springer in 2017. 

Peter C. Kratcoski Sr., Department of Sociology at Kent State University at Stark, authored “Policing: Continuity and Change,” a section in Global Issues in Contemporary Policing.

Virginia Dressler, University Libraries, authored a journal article titled “The State of Affairs With Digital Preservation at ARL Member Libraries: A Survey and Analysis of Policy” in Digital Library Perspectives, Vol. 33 (2), 2017.

Kiersten Latham, Ph.D., School of Information, co-authored the paper “A Discussion on Document Conceptualization,” which was published in Proceedings from the Document Academy in Vol. 3, Issue 2, in December 2016.

Pamela Rafferty-Semon, Jeremy Jarzembak and Jennifer Shanholtzer, College of Nursing, co-authored an online journal article titled “Simulating Complex Community Disaster Preparedness: Collaboration for Point of Distribution” in the Online Journal of Issues in Nursing (OJIN), Vol. 22, No. 1, in 2017.

Catherine L. Smith, Ph.D., School of Information, published an article titled “Privacy and Trust Attitudes in the Intent to Volunteer for Data-tracking Research” in Information Research, Vol. 21, No. 4. 

Kiersten Latham, Ph.D., School of Information, published a paper titled “The Curious Case of Floating Fixity (and Its Relationship to Authenticity)” in Proceedings from the Document Academy in Vol. 3, Issue 2, in December 2016.

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