Faculty Members Publish Journal Articles and Poetry
Our distinguished faculty members are scholar-practitioners with years of industry experience and research acclaim. Nearly 90% of our professors hold PhDs or the highest degree in their discipline. They stay active in their fields and are passionate about bringing their expertise to the classroom. St. Edward’s University faculty members garner recognition near and far. Their latest journal articles and poetry accomplishments from the 2010-2011 academic year include:
Kelley Coblentz Bautch, associate professor of Religious Studies was asked to write an article on “internationalizing” one’s teaching through the use of videoconferencing. The article appears on the Society of Biblical Literature’s website and in its spring newsletter with the title “How Videoconferencing with International Scholars Can Enliven Your Classroom.” The article describes how Bautch has used videoconferencing in her teaching at St. Edward’s, inviting biblical scholars from the Philippines, South Africa and Columbia to speak to her students via Skype. The article also mentions the university’s mission in providing and deepening our students’ global perspectives.
Shannan Butler, assistant professor of Communication, authored “Teaching Rhetoric through Data Visualization,” to be published in Communication Teacher inJuly 2011.
Art Canales, instructor of Religious Studies, has published the article “What’s All the Fuss About?: The Overzealousness of Celebrating Eucharistic Adoration Apart from the Sunday Assembly,” in Chicago Studies, Vol. 49, No. 3 (Winter 2011) pp. 318–331. The article addresses the theology behind the practice of young people and Eucharistic adoration apart from the Sunday assembly. This is Dr. Canales’ seventh article to be published since joining St. Edward’s University in 2007.
Mark J. Cherry, the Dr. Patricia A. Hayes Professor in Applied Ethics and professor of Philosophy, engaged in the following publications during the 2010–2011 academic year:
- “Death and The Dead Donor Rule,” thematic issue of The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 35(3), 2010; co-editor: Ana Iltis.
Articles in Blinded Academic Peer Reviewed Journals:
- “The Illusion of Consensus: Organ Harvesting from Prisoners Convicted of Capital Crimes,” in The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 35(2) (2010): 220–222.
- “Revisiting Death and the Dead Donor Rule,” The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 35 (3) (2010): 223–241; co-author: A. Iltis.
- “An ‘as if’ God and an ‘as if’ Religion,” inChristian Bioethics 16(2) (2010): 187–202.
- “Parental Authority and Pediatric Bioethical Decision-Making,” in The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 35(5) (2010): 553–572.
- “Non-Consensual Psychiatric Treatment is (Nearly Always) Morally Impermissible,” in The Journal of Law, Medicine, & Ethics 38(4) (2010): 789–798.
- “Social Justice, Charity and Tax Evasion: A Critical Inquiry,” in Bioethics with Liberty and Justice: Themes in the Work of Joseph M. Boyle, ed. C. Tollefsen (Dordrecht: Springer, 2011).
- Review Essay: Justice & Health Care: Selected Essays, Allen Buchanan, in Ethics (October 2010): 193–198.
Matt Clements, assistant professor of Economics, published the article “Low Quality as a Signal of High Quality" in Economics E-journal in March 2011. If a product has two dimensions of quality, one observable and one not, a firm can use observable quality as a signal of unobservable quality. The correlation between consumers’ valuation of high quality in each dimension is a key determinant of the feasibility of such signaling. A firm may use price alone as a signal, or price and quality together. Both signals tend to be used when the market is very uninformed, whereas price signaling alone tends to be used when the market is moderately informed. If high observable quality is inexpensive to provide, then it cannot signal high unobservable quality, and low observable quality is always an indication that unobservable quality is high.
Regina Faunes, assistant professor of Spanish, had two poems — “Southern Cross” and “What Now?” — accepted for the Spring 2011 issue of the Apple Valley Review.
Assistant Professor of Education Steven Fletcher co-authored the article “Early Career Science Teachers: A Longitudinal Study of Beliefs in Relation to Field Experiences,” appearing in Science Education; forthcoming.
Carrie Fountain, assistant professor of English Writing and Rhetoric, had two poems published in the journal AGNI and has another poem forthcoming in Hayden’s Ferry Review. Three of her other poems were featured recently on Poetry Daily.
Fountain contributed a short essay to Poetry Daily’s prestigious National Poetry Month feature. Her reflection on Robert Frost’s poem “Meeting and Passing” was sent to all Poetry Daily subscribers in April.
Professor of Chemistry Eamonn F. Healy co-authored the article “Acetylenic inhibitors of ADAM10 and ADAM17: In silico analysis of potency and selectivity” in the Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modeling inSeptember 2010, volume 29: 436–422.
Healy also published the article “The effect of desolvation on nucleophilic halogenase activity” in Computational and Theoretical Chemistry, inDecember 2010(964): 91–93.
Professor of Criminal Justice David M. Horton published the following articles in the Lone Star Forensic Journal:
- “Forensic Microscopy: Notes from the Files of a Forensic Science Antiquarian,” vol. 65, no. 1 pp. 20–24 (January–March 2011).
- “The Old Morgues of Paris: Part I: The ‘Proto-Morgue,’ 1371–1804,” co-authored by Assistant Professor of Geography John V. Cotter. vol. 65, no. 2 (May–July 2011). This is a three-part article will appear serially in back-to-back quarterly issues.
- “The Paris Préfecture of Police and the Origins of Police Photography in the Nineteenth Century.” – Forthcoming
- “Song Ci’s Hsi Yüan Lu and the Origins of Medical Jurisprudence in 13th Century China.” – Forthcoming
In addition, Horton presented the article “Concerning a Shoe Impression and Soil Comparison: A Curious Case of Murder Detection in Late Eighteenth Century Scotland” at the annual World History Association of Texas meeting held at St. Edward’s University on Feb. 19, 2011. The article was also published in the Lone Star Forensic Journal, vol. 64, no. 2 pp. 18–20 (April–June 2010).
Judy A. Leavell, associate professor of Reading, authored “Using Children’s Literature to Promote Global Understanding for Peace” in the Journal of Interdisciplinary Education, Vol. 9, No.1, 2010, published by the World Council for Curriculum and Instruction-North American Chapter (WCCI-NAC).
Assistant Professor of Global and Latin American Studies Rodrigo Nunes published the article “Ideational Origins of Progressive Judicial Activism: The Colombian Constitutional Court and the Right to Health” in the journal Latin American Politics and Society 52:3 (Fall 2010).
Charles Porter, adjunct instructor in University Programs, recently published an article in The Texas Observer examining water and water rights in Texas. He is an expert on water issues and leads workshops on water issues for our students. You may access the article.
Adjunct instructor in humanities and University Programs, Joanna Robinson’s creative nonfiction essay “What I Did Not Do at the Mosque This Time” has been accepted for publication in Front Porch Journal. A Huffington Post reviewer ranked Front Porch Journal as one of the top 15 online literary publications in the country. Robinson thanks Catherine Rainwater, Paula Marks and the St. Edward’s University writing community for their valued support.
Associate Professor of Accounting Louise E. Single co-authored “New Leadership Tracks in Accounting Firms: An Alternative to the Partnership,” which will be released in the June 2011 edition of Current Issues in Auditing, an online journal published by the American Accounting Association that publishes articles of interest to academics and practicing auditors. The study provides the first set of comprehensive, descriptive data on the relatively new position of “director” or “non-equity partner” in public accounting firms. It is based on survey responses from the top 100 public accounting firm Human Resource directors and interview data from two partners holding senior leadership roles in their firms. Implications for firms and researchers are discussed.
Associate Professor of Marketing John J. Withey published the article “Small Manufacturing Businesses: Their Interest in Securing Contracts from Public Agencies” in International Journal of Public Procurement, (2011) vol. 11, number 3. Withey received a 2009 Summer Presidential Research Grant that resulted in the published article.
Kathleen Wilburn and Ralph Wilburn have had their paper “Scenarios and Strategic Decision Making” accepted by the Journal of Management Policy (JMPP) and Practice for the Summer 2011 volume. All papers for JMPP go through a double blind review process; the acceptance rate is between 12–18 percent. Another paper by the Wilburns, “Abbreviated Scenario Thinking,” will be published in Fall 2011 in Business Horizons, a journal of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. Business Horizons is also peer reviewed and has an acceptance rate of 25 percent.
Andrew W. Woodward, visiting professor of Biology, revised with other biology colleagues the plant molecular biology research article “Reducing PEX13 expression ameliorates physiological defects of late-acting peroxin mutants,” included in Traffic, The International Journal of Intracellular Transport, volume 2: 121–134, published in January 2011.
Please note: This is the second of five blog entries that will highlight faculty accomplishments compiled for the May Board of Trustees meeting. The series will containfaculty members who have published books and book chapters, journal articles and poetry, papers, art and photography exhibits, awards and recognitions.