Dominican faculty help build awareness and boost the reputation of the university. We’re pleased to highlight some of their recent accomplishments.
Rosary College of Arts and Sciences
Sheila Bauer-Gatsos, associate professor of English and director of the core curriculum, wrote the chapter “Disciplinary Form: Introduction to Literary Studies,” published in Cultivating Vocation in Literary Studies.
Marina Bell, assistant professor of criminology, wrote the article “Abolition as a Project of Personal Transformation” in the bilingual journal Champs Pénal/Penal Field, 27.
Javier Carmona, professor of photography-cinema, was featured in the anthology, Latinx Photography in the United States: A Visual History. He recently appeared in the Artistic Home production of Eurydice at the Den Theatre, and in the Invictus Theatre Company production of Ruined. a
Rosalío Cedillo, assistant professor of sociology, published a research article titled “Parental Cross-Nativity and Intermarriage among Second-Generation Mexican Americans in Metropolitan Los Angeles” in the Sociation journal, Vol. 20, Issue 2, pp. 23-39.
Joyce Goldenstern, adjunct instructor of English, had a chapter of her forthcoming novel In Their Ruin (Black Heron Press 2023) published in Aji Magazine under the title “Chester in Another Dimension.” Issue # 15 p. 48.
Brent Friesen, professor of chemistry, co-wrote several articles -
- “Do Certain Flavonoid IMPS Have a Vital Function?” in Frontiers in Nutrition, Vol. 8, 762753 (2021)
- “The Tandem of Countercurrent Separation and qHNMR Enables Gravimetric Analysis: Absolute Quantitation of the Rhodiola rosea Metabolome Analytical Chemistry” in Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 93, 11701-11709 (2021)
- “Silica gel-Mediated Oxidation of Prenyl Motifs Generates Natural Product-Like Artifacts” in Planta Medica, Vol. 87, 998-1007 (2021)
Joseph Heininger, professor of English, gave a talk at the Newberry Library Irish Scholarly Seminar on Friday, February 4, 2022. His topic was “Seamus Heaney and the Imprint of Translation.”
Nkuzi Nnam, professor of philosophy and director of Black World Studies, recently published the book “Exegesis: A Munson Interpretation of Matthew, John, and Acts of the Apostles.”
Chavella T. Pittman, professor of sociology, co-wrote an article titled “Academe Has a Lot to Learn About How Inclusive Teaching Affects Instructors” in The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 7, 2022.
Richard Woods, OP, professor of theology, had an earlier paper - “Seven Bowls of Wrath: The Ecological Relevance of Revelation,” (Biblical Theology Bulletin, Vol 38, 2008 (2) 64-75) - cited in Academia Letters, October 2021, pp. 1-21 published in Russian. Vova Lukin Владимир Лукин, “Apocalyptic fears in the post-truth epoch: The Apocalypse of John versus the apocalypses of XX-XXI centuries (Part II) An analytical comparison.”
Brennan School of Business
David Aron, professor of marketing co-presented “Demonstrating Leadership or Imposing Dominance: Queen Bee or Queen B****?” at the 2022 Marketing Management Association Spring Educators’ Conference, St. Louis, MO, March 2022; and co-presented “A Backwards Approach to Teaching SWOT.” at the 2021 Marketing Management Association Fall Educators’ Conference (virtual), October 2021.
Anjali Chaudhry, professor and department chair of Management, Marketing, and International Business co-authored “A Meta-Review of Servant Leadership: Construct, Correlates, and the Process,” in the Journal of Comparative International Management. She also co-authored with Al Rosenbloom, professor emeritus, marketing and international business, “3 Strategies to Help Employees Thrive in the New “Normal”.” Harvard Business Review. Published November 23, 2021. Professor Chaudhry has also been certified as a Climate Ambassador after completing climate leadership training from MIT-Sloan and Climate Interactive to help with the global response to climate change.
Elvira Kizilova, assistant professor of marketing, co-wrote the article “Perceived access, fear, and preventative behavior: Key relationships for positive outcomes during the COVID-19 health crisis” in the Journal of Consumer Affairs; and was selected to participate in the Marketing & Public Policy Doctoral Research Workshop & Symposium “Imagine a Better Post-Pandemic World,” June 6 - 9, Baylor University, Waco TX (competitive application).
Yuanqing Li, assistant professor of entrepreneurship, co-wrote the article “The devil is in the details: The effect of nonverbal cues on crowdfunding success” in Information & Management. She also co-presented “The Gender-Funding Typology in Crowdfunding” Presented at United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Annual conference, in Raleigh, NC. January 6-9th, 2022
Brooke Reavey, associate professor, marketing and Al Rosenbloom, professor emeritus, marketing and international business, co-wrote an article titled, “Updating the Marketing Research Course to Prepare the Marketing Generalist” in the Journal of Marketing Education, Vol. 43, Issue 3, 333-353. The article was received “Honorable Mention” for Outstanding Article of the Year in the Journal of Marketing Education.
College of Applied Social Sciences
Bill Crowley, professor, School of Information Science, published “Facts (Almost) Never Change Minds: Libraries and the Management of Democracy-Supportive Public Perceptions,” as Chapter 3 of Libraries and the Global Retreat of Democracy: Confronting Polarization, Misinformation, and Suppression, 2021. He also presented his paper “Progressive Librarianship in ‘Red’ America” at the multi-national conference Symposium 1:Post-Neutrality Librarianship: New Librarianship Symposia, held on Zoom in October 2021.
Cecilia L. Salvatore, professor, School of Information Studies contributed a chapter in Libraries, Archives, and Museums: An Introduction to Cultural Heritage Institutions through the Ages (Rowman & Littlefield, 2021). In addition, she has been appointed the United States member representative to the Advisory Committee on Cultural Heritage of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA).
Foy Scalf, adjunct instructor in the School of Information Studies, co-wrote a book entitled The Archive of Thotsutmis: Early Ptolemaic Ostraca from Deir el Bahari (O. Edgerton) that appeared as volume 146 in the Oriental Institute Publications series.
Penny Silvers, professor, and Josephine Sarvis, professor, School of Education, co-authored the article “Identity Transformation from Student to Professional Educator: A Model for Change” in Voices for Educational Equity.
Leticia Villarreal Sosa, professor of social work, was awarded a $510,000 grant from the New York Life Foundation to develop a Certificate in Culturally Informed Responses to Grief and Loss for School-Based Professionals. She also co-wrote an article titled “Immigration enforcement is a daily part of our students’ lives: School social workers’ perceptions of racialized nested contexts of reception for immigrant students” in the journal AERA Open, Vol. 8 (1), 1-15; and wrote a chapter titled “Mexican-origin Boys Negotiating Social and Academic Identity in a Racialized Context” in Latina/o/x and Education in Chicago: Roots, Resistance, and Transformation, University of Illinois Press.
Borra College of Health Sciences
Tamara Bland, executive director, MacNeil School of Nursing, and assistant professor of nursing, and Laurie Zack, clinical assistant professor of nursing, served on the American Nurses Association Illinois (ANA-IL) DEI Expert Panel, which offered three continuing education webinars on diversity, equity, and inclusion topics for nurses across Illinois.
Maureen Emlund, director, Simulation Education Center, and adjunct instructor, nursing, was nominated by the Education Management Solutions Success Team for the Excellence in Clinical Simulation 2022 Advocate Award. This award, selected by peers, is for those who demonstrate excellence in pioneering, advocating, and championing clinical simulation training at their facilities. Awards will be announced at the annual conference in June 2022.
Michelle Allen, associate professor of nursing, and students Abigail Johnson and Melanie Myszka, published “Examining psychological capital in nursing students participating in a health literacy renal simulation” in Teaching and Learning in Nursing.
Rosary College of Arts and Sciences
Christopher Anderson, associate professor of biological sciences, co-authored the article “Education and Outreach: March Mammal Madness and the power of narrative in science outreach” in Elife, Vol. 10, e65066. He and Tina Taylor-Ritzler, professor of psychology, Chad Rohman, dean of Rosary College of Arts and Sciences, and Barrington Price, vice president of Student Success and Engagement, were awarded $135,457 in supplemental funding for an National Science Foundation grant, “Building Capacity: The Dominican University STEM Success Model to Support Students through Critical Transitions.”
Maggie Andersen, assistant professor of English, published a creative nonfiction essay “You Must Not Know about Me,” in the Los Angeles Review.
Daniel Born, adjunct instructor of English, co-authored the book “Unpardonable Sins” with the late Dale Suderman under the pen name David Saul Bergman.
Elizabeth Bullock, adjunct instructor of communication arts and sciences, delivered the presentation “Marital Gamesmanship in Mr. & Mrs. Smith” as part of the Alfred Hitchcock Conference What's it All About, Alfie? Hitchcock's Lessons in Love.
Joan Cantwell, adjunct instructor of psychology, participated in a panel discussion and read an essay from her book, “21 Peaceful Nurses: Essays on a Spiritually Guided Practice,” at the closing of the Nurses Relaxation and ReNewal exhibit at the International Museum of Surgical Science. The exhibit highlighted the work of nurse writers and artists using the arts for personal renewal.
Ann Charney Colmo, professor emeritus of political science, published an article "The Virtues and the Audience in Aristotle's Rhetoric," in the journal Interpretation.
Persis Driver, assistant professor of psychology, Kate Powers, STEM learning specialist, Tina Taylor-Ritzler, professor of psychology, Jen Stockdale, director of the Academic Success Center, and Christopher Anderson, associate professor of biological sciences, presented "The Dominican University STEM Success Model: PLTL, Inclusive Pedagogy, and Student Success Case Management" at the Peer-led Team Learning International Society Virtual Conference.
Rose Guccione, adjunct instructor of music, was a guest on WGN Radio 720 in an interview on “How Opera Singers Are Helping COVID-19 Patients Breathe Easier.” She also presented a mini-concert of operatic arias followed by an improvised operatic scene with audience participation on the Chicago Loop Alliance’s Sundays on State Main Stage. She also is on a recording released by Naxos Records this year in the role of Bébé in Paul Abrahám’s operetta “Ball at the Savoy.” She joined the roster of Sisters in the show “Late Nite Catechism.”
Bill Jenkins, associate professor of theatre arts, provided training on effectively working with victims of violence and victim advocates for the National Organization of Victim Assistance (NOVA) and for the Parents of Murdered Children conference. He also provided workshops on trauma for NOVA’s national conference. He also delivered a keynote address at the state meeting of the Virginia Network for Victims and Witnesses of Crime.
John Jenks, professor of communication arts and sciences, reviewed “Barriers Down: How American Power and Free-Flow Policies Shaped Global Media” as part of a roundtable in Media History, Vol. 27, 113-118.
Timothy Milinovich, associate professor of theology, chaired a seminar on methodology and the letters of St. Paul at the Catholic Biblical Association annual meeting, and presented the paper "Who Can Lead a Flock of Shepherds? Paul, the Pillars, and Political Challenges in Our Churches Today," at the North Park Theological Seminary's annual Symposium on the Interpretation of Scripture.
Aliza Steurer, associate professor of mathematics, co-facilitated a virtual conversation series with the Chicagoland Inquiry-Based Learning Community. The conversations focused on the themes of reflecting on teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic and preparing to teach in a socially distanced classroom. She also co-presented “Conversations in Chicagoland: A Way to Connect with Colleagues while Preparing for Pandemic Teaching and Beyond” at the MathFest virtual conference.
Mickey Sweeney, professor of English, was elected president of the Medieval Association of the Midwest (MAM). MAM creates professional engagements in the field and reaches out beyond medievalists to support and encourage all things medieval in the classroom.
Fr. Richard Woods, OP, professor of theology, was appointed theological consultant to the Laudato Sí Movement, formerly referred to as the Global Catholic Climate Movement. His article, “Through American Eyes: A View of the English Dominican Province,” was published in New Blackfriars, Volume 102, Issue 1101.
Brennan School of Business
Ramiro Atristain, adjunct instructor of management and Executive-in-Residence, received the 2021 International Award of Merit from the Illinois Institute of Technology for his international philanthropic work as founder of CLESF.org, and for imparting financial education and volunteering as a mentor for entrepreneurs and small businesses.
Airies Davis, adjunct instructor of management and Executive-in-Residence, gave a presentation at the National Association of Colleges and Employers 2021 Conference titled “Emotional Intelligence (EQ) Is Your Superpower to Build Inclusive Hiring Practices.”
Yuanqing Li, assistant professor of entrepreneurship, co-wrote the book chapter “The Power of Words in Crowdfunding. In Multidisciplinary Approaches to Crowdfunding Platforms.” She also presented the papers "Stable or Innovative? The Impact of Member Diversity on Organizational Stability and Organizational Innovation” and “Combining Guanxi with Relationship Marketing: The Exploration of Defining Quan He in Vietnam” at International Association for Chinese Management Research conference. She also presented the paper “How to attract low prosocial funders in crowdfunding?” at the Academy of Management’s annual conference.
John McNett, adjunct instructor of management, was promoted to vice president of supply chain and customer service at Dynamic Manufacturing, Inc.
Al Rosenbloom, professor emeritus, marketing and international business, co-wrote the article “Poverty, vulnerability, and the role of responsible management education in a post-COVID world,” for the Journal of Global Responsibility. https://doi.org/10.1108/JGR-01-2021-0004.
Matthew Steward, MBA '07, adjunct instructor, was elected to the Schaumburg Township Board of Trustees.
College of Applied Social Sciences
Leticia Villarreal Sosa, professor of social work, published a book chapter with Adriana Medina (SSW Alum), and Myrna McNitt, adjunct instructor, titled “Challenges to Best Practices in the United States” in Protecting Children Theoretical and Practical Aspects. She also wrote the policy brief “Knocking down barriers: School social workers, advocacy, and equity for immigrant students” by the Harvard Immigration Initiative. She also delivered a three-part series called “School Social Work with a Compass: Culturally Responsive Practice” to school social workers in Fairfax, VA, and a presentation titled “Chicago Latina Trailblazers: Testimonios of Political Activism” as a part of the University of Chicago event “Recovering (his)stories: Social work/welfare history through Black, Indigenous, and Latinx Perspectives.”
Rosary College of Arts and Sciences
Irina Calin-Jageman, professor of biology, and Bob Calin-Jageman, professor of psychology, published an article entitled “Registered Report: Transcriptional Analysis of Savings Memory Suggests Forgetting Is Due to Retrieval Failure" in eNeuro, a journal of the Society for Neuroscience.
José Blanco., associate professor and fashion department chair, published a chapter with Andrew Reilly titled "Masculinities in Fashion and Dress" in Handbook of Masculinity Studies, (L. Gottzén, U.Mellström, & T. Shefer [Eds.], 2020, London: Routledge). He was invited to join the advisory board for the Dress and Body Association and the advisory board for the journal Fashion, Style & Popular Culture (Intellect).
J. Brent Friesen, professor of chemistry, co-wrote of an article entitled "Selective Chlorophyll Removal Method to 'Degreen' Botanical Extracts" in the Journal of Natural Products 2020, vol. 83, pp. 1846–1858. He also co-wrote an article published in Natural Product Research entitled “Linear regression analysis of silychristin A, silybin A and silybin B contents in Silybum marianum.”
Bill Jenkins, associate professor of theatre arts, provided training in working with victims of trauma and the neurobiology of trauma this summer to Parents of Murdered Children, the National Organization of Victim Assistance, LYFT corporation, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Clinton Nichols, assistant professor, sociology and criminology, published "On Lockdown and Locked Out of the Prison Classroom: The Prospects of Post-Secondary Education for Incarcerated Persons during Pandemic" in Interface: Journal for and about Social Movements 12(1). https://www.interfacejournal.net/
Devvora Papatheodorou Schreier, adjunct instructor in theater arts and music, was featured in a Facebook Live event for Greek Teachers, an organization of Greek teachers in the United Kingdom, United States, Australia and Greece, discussing teaching at the high school and university level, and teaching the piano online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aliza Steurer, associate professor of mathematics, facilitated a virtual conversation series with the Chicagoland Inquiry-Based Learning Community. The conversations focused on assessment, active learning, equity, and building classroom culture, all within a virtual environment.
Richard Woods, OP, professor of theology, wrote the article, “Dreams and Spirituality,” that appears in the journal Spirituality 28 (Sept.- Oct. 2020).
Brennan School of Business
Ramiro J. Atristain, adjunct professor and Executive In Residence, conducted three seminars on financial management topics to students at the Universidad de Guanajuato as part of its executive education program. He conducted three seminars on “Finance for Start Ups and Business Planning” as part of the Junto Avanzamos Program organized by the Little Village Chamber of Commerce (Chicago). He also presented a seminar titled "ESG Investment Framework (Environmental Social & Governance)" for UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México).
College of Applied Sciences
Leticia Villarreal Sosa, professor, School of Social Work, published the article, “The role of school social workers and sex education: From policy advocacy to direct practice,” in Children & Schools (April 2020). With Jacob Lesniewski, adjunct instructor, School of Social Work, she published “De-colonizing study abroad: Social workers confronting racism, sexism and poverty in Guatemala” in Social Work Education. She also presented at several international and national conferences and universities, including “The School Social Work Response to Current and Long-term Inequities During COVID-19 and Beyond” at the School Social Work Association of America Virtual Conference, and “COVID-19 Health Crisis: Unpacking and Addressing Underlying Equity Issues” at Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College in Beijing, China.
Borra College of Health Sciences
Michelle Allen, assistant professor in nursing, co-presented with Denise E. King, lecturer in nursing, "The icing on the debriefing cake: Sweet findings from an interprofessional diabetic ketoacidosis simulation" at the virtual 2020 Annual International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INASCL) Conference in June. Allen also presented “Skills and Dosage Calculation: Maybe Not in Other Dimensions?” at the Ohio National League for Nursing: April 2020 OLN Education Summit.
Julia Sonnichsen, clinical assistant professor in Physician Assistant Studies, presented “Executing a Virtual Standardized Patient Experience” to the Illinois Academy of Physician Assistants (IAPA) Annual Conference in September.
Allyson A. West, lecturer in nutrition sciences, co-authored the chapter “Folate, the essential B-vitamin,” in the 11th edition of Present Knowledge in Nutrition: Basic Nutrition and Metabolism.
Jeff Carlson, provost and vice president for academic affairs, facilitated the virtual 2020 Institute on Teaching and Learning for Campus-wide Interfaith Excellence, hosted by the AAC&U and the Interfaith Youth Core. Carlson also delivered two presentations, “Integrating Interfaith Work into Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives” and “Embedding Interfaith Learning into General Education.”
Rosary College of Arts and Science
José Blanco, associate professor, fashion department, published the textbook Guide to Producing a Fashion Show (2019, New York: Fairchild); edited a chapter, “Part I: History of Fashion and Product Development,” in The Fashion Business Reader (2019, London: Bloomsbury); and published a book chapter, “Dressing the Jíbaros: Puerto Rican Peasants’ Clothing through Time and Space,” in The Meanings of Dress (2019. New York: Fairchild). Blanco is the vice president of education and programs for the Costume Society of America.
Irina Calin-Jageman, professor of biology, and Robert Calin-Jageman, professor of psychology, received a $300,000, three-year grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to study the neural mechanisms of forgetting. Together with eight student co-authors, they also published a paper in Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. Quanta Magazine featured their research in a recent podcast.
Robert Calin-Jageman, professor of psychology, co-authored “The New Statistics for Better Science” in The American Statistician. He also wrote an invited commentary entitled “The New Statistics for Better Inference in Neuroscience” and new guidelines on the reporting of inferential statistics, both of which were published in eNeuro. He received a $50,000, two-year grant from the National Institute of Health to create an online course to help train scientists to plan experimental samples sizes. He also presented at the 2019 Association for Psychological Science Conference in Washington, D.C., and at a conference on Open Statistics at the University of Bologna, Italy.
Jennifer C. Dunn, professor of communication, and her co-editor, Jimmie Manning, were awarded the Central States Communication Association's Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Caucus's Innovator Award for Best Edited Collection for 2019 for their book, Transgressing Feminist Theory and Discourse: Advancing Conversations Across Disciplines (Routledge).
Brent Friesen, professor of chemistry, co-authored an article in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology entitled “Dynamics of the isoflavone metabolome of traditional preparations of Trifolium pratense L.” He also co-authored an article in the Journal of Chromatography A entitled “Preparation of flavone di-C-glycoside isomers from Jian-Gu injection (Premna fulva Craib.) using recycling counter-current chromatography.” Friesen also presented two talks: “Five Sinsinawa Dominican sisters: Pioneers and role models for the education of women chemists” and “Depletion and enrichment of select ingredients to generate normalized extract resources (DESIGNER) for turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) extracts” at the 2019 American Chemical Society Great Lakes Regional Meeting in Lisle, IL.
William George, emeritus professor of theology, published Mining Morality: Prospecting for Ethics in a Wounded World (Lexington Books/Fortress Academic). He also presented "Hiroshima as Hell -- and a New Pentecost?" at the 46th Annual Lonergan Workshop at Boston College.
Joyce Goldenstern, adjunct teacher, English and LAS Seminar, published a lyrical short story “Mau” in Animal: A Beast of a Literary Magazine, August 2019, and another lyrical story, “Thread of Color,” in ELM, a small, nationally known literary magazine published through Eureka College (Summer 2019).
Jane Hseu, associate professor of English, published the essay, “Growing Up Shiseido: Chain Stores, Beauty Magazines, and Whitening Cream,” in riksha: Asian American Creative Arts in Action.
Bill Jenkins, associate professor of theatre arts, provided workshop training this summer at national conferences of the National Organization of Victim Assistance, the Survivors Network of Those Abused By Priests (SNAP), and Parents of Murdered Children, where he was awarded the prestigious John Gillis Victim Leadership Award.
John Jenks, professor of communication, presented “Reconfiguring power: Covert British propaganda in post-colonial Africa, 1957-1975” at the 27th annual conference of the International Association of Media and History held in Newcastle, England. He also published “’Crash Course': The International Press Institute and Journalism Training in Anglophone Africa, 1963–1975” in the peer-reviewed journal Media History. Jenks traveled to Uganda this summer to serve as a Fulbright Specialist at Makerere University. He worked as an external examiner for master's dissertations, served as a guest lecturer and mentored graduate students and junior faculty regarding media history.
Bill Kerr, professor of art, art history and design, and his wife, Weeks Ringle, were guests of honor this summer at the QuiltTime Festival, a major exhibition of quilts in Yokohama, Japan. They also designed two new fabric collections, “Warp+Weft” and “Dreamy,” which are distributed internationally by Benartex Fabrics of NYC. They also published Modern Quilts Illustrated Magazine vols. 13 & 14, and a publication entitled Warp+Weft. They also released the “Art of the Quilt 2020” calendar exclusively featuring their work.
T.J. Krafnick, assistant professor of psychology, presented “Sex and DYX1C1 genotype effects on pediatric cortical thickness and surface area” at the 25th Annual Organization for Human Brain Mapping meeting in Rome, Italy.
Jeanette Mokry and Aliza Steurer, associate professors of mathematics, presented “An active approach to calculus II and how it can help address (and create?) challenges,” at the National Inquiry Based Learning and Teaching Conference held in Denver, CO.
CarrieLynn D. Reinhard, associate professor of communication, was elected president of the Professional Wrestling Studies Association and was named editor of the Popular Culture Studies Journal. She also presented an award-winning poster at the International Communication Association conference in Washington, D.C. Her book, Convergent Wrestling: Participatory Culture, Transmedia Storytelling and Intertextuality in the Squared Circle (Routledge), was published in March.
Tonia Bernardi Triggiano, professor of Italian, published the description and transcription of Newberry Library’s Vault Case MS 122, a 15th century Tuscan decorated roll manuscript of female authorship and patronage, to the Italian Renaissance Paleography Project, a digital resource built by Newberry Library’s Center for Renaissance Studies. She also presented “The Metaphor of Rectification: Double Distortion and the Femmina Balba” at the Northeast Modern Language Association Convention held in Washington, D.C..
Nicolas Winter, assistant professor of chemistry, presented “Molecular dynamics study of the photo dissociation and vibrational relaxation of ICN in ethanol” at the 2019 American Chemical Society Great Lakes Regional Meeting held in Lisle, IL.
Marion Weedermann, professor of mathematics, co-authored the article “Global Analysis of a Simplified Model of Anaerobic Digestion and a New Result for the Chemostat," in the SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics) Journal of Applied Mathematics.
Fr. Richard Woods, O.P., professor of theology, had his keynote address, “A Man for All Reasons: The Utopian Legacy of Saint Thomas More,” published in the proceedings of the anniversary symposium, Thomas More’s Utopia 500 Years and Counting (Notre Dame University Press). His article, “The Spirituality of the Celtic Church,” was published in Spirituality 25. He was appointed to the International Advisory Board of the Benedict XVI Endowed Chair of Religious, Cultural, and Philosophical Studies, Notre Dame University, Louaize-Beirut, Lebanon.
Brennan School of Business
David Aron, professor of marketing, presented “The SACI Approach Revisited: Comparing Student-Authored Case Courses” at the Marketing Management Association Spring Educators' Conference in Chicago. He also presented “Let Me Eat Cake… and Other Survival Tips for Your First Study Abroad Experience” at the Marketing Management Association Fall Educators' Conference held in Santa Fe, NM.
Jeff Bell, clinical professor of operations, presented the "Myths and Benefits of Forecasting and Inventory Optimization for your Supply Chain" at OMTEC (Orthopaedic Manufacturing and Technology Exposition and Conference) in Rosemont, IL.
Anjali Chaudhry, professor of management, marketing, and international business, received a $4,000 leadership development research grant from the Team-Based Learning Collaborative, chaired a panel on “Team-based Learning for Diversity, Inclusivity, and Leadership: Theory, Practice, and Application” at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Boston, MA, and presented a paper on “A Profile Approach to LMX - An Exploratory Study” at the annual meeting of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology in Turin, Italy.
Elizabeth Collier, professor of business ethics and Christopher Chair in Business Ethics, has been appointed chair of the North America Chapter of the United Nations' Principles of Responsible Management Education, an initiative that brings the UN and business schools around the world together to achieve sustainable development goals through responsible management education.
Airies Davis, Executive in Residence and adjunct professor, and Keegan Lannon, adjunct professor, English, presented at SPACE (Symposium for Part-Time, Adjunct and Contingent Educators) in Kennesaw, GA. Davis presented “Integrating Motivational Career Development Curriculum into College Classroom Instruction” and Lannon presented “Approaches to Teaching Composition.”
Molly Burke, professor of management, presented “Assessing Outcomes Of A Career Development Program For Undergraduate Business Students,” co-authored with Lisa Amoroso, professor of management, at the 2019 Academy of Business Education conference in Savannah, GA.
College of Applied Social Sciences
Karen Brown, professor, School of Information Studies, co-authored two journal articles: “A Study of Rural Librarian’s Self-Efficacy in Facilitating and Developing Adult Science Programs” in Library Quarterly (April 2019), and “From Science Program Conveners to Science Program Developers: An Online Professional Development Program for Rural Librarians” in the International Journal of Innovations in Online Education (2019).
Bill Crowley, professor, School of Information Studies, published “Alternative Facts, Fake News, Conflicting Perceptions & Their Relevance to Library and Information Professionals” in Open Information Science 2019. He also presented “Beyond the Basics: Elevating Your Approach to Budgeting and Scheduling” to the Managers of Children’s and Teen Services (MCATS) meeting at the Riverside Public Library.
Don Hamerly, associate professor, School of Information Studies, presented “Undergraduate Data Science Education in iSchools: Current Practices and Future Directions” at the iConference in Washington, D.C. He also presented “What are the Information Sciences? What are the iSchools?” at the iSchool Inclusion Institute in Pittsburgh, PA.
Cecilia L. Salvatore, professor, School of Information Studies, presented “From Documentation to Access and Exhibit: Common Issues Related to Local History Collections” at the 2019 International Conference on Local Chronicles held in Changsha, China. The presentation was at the invitation of the Office of Chinese Local Chronicles Guidance Group in Beijing. She also attended the International Federation of Library Associations Congress in Athens, Greece, where she coordinated and moderated a session titled, "Local History Collections, Genealogy, and Oral History as Critical Information Services in Libraries.” In addition, she was elected chair of the Local History and Genealogy Collections section of IFLA.
Melissa M. Thompson, clinical assistant professor, School of Social Work, presented “Teacher as Student: Empathy in an Online Pedagogical Course” and “Keeping Mission Focused: Relationship Considerations in Distance Education” at the Social Work Distance Education Conference in San Antonio, TX. She presented with Adrian Kok, associate professor, School of Social Work, and Suhad Tabahi, assistant professor, School of Social Work. She was recently named as a partner with Social Work Virtual Pal, a global virtual community for the social work profession.
Hassan Zamir, assistant professor, School of Information Studies, presented “Undergraduate Data Science Education in iSchools: Current Practices and Future Directions” at the iConference 2019 in Washington, D.C. He has published a chapter, “Cybersecurity and Social Media” in Cybersecurity for Information Professionals (ABC-CLIO, May 2019).
Borra College of Health Sciences
Lauren D. Trillo, co-director of clinical education for the Physicians Assistant Studies program, presented the poster “Trigger Cases: Challenging Physician Assistant Students on Unconscious Bias” at the University of Wisconsin (Madison) School of Medicine and Public Health’s 27th annual Medical Education Day.
Matt Hlinak, assistant provost, was appointed president of Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society, chair of the Governing Board of the University Center of Lake County, and vice president of the Illinois Council on Continuing Higher Education.
Claire Noonan, vice president of mission and ministry, was named one of “50 at 50 Inspiring Alumni” by the Catholic Theological Union in honor of its 50th anniversary. Noonan graduated with an Ecumenical Doctorate in Ministry in 2010.