PUBLISHED BOOKS, CHAPTERS, MUSIC School of Natural Sciences: Leila Mills, “Student-driven classroom technologies: Transmedia navigation and transformative communications.” E-Learning Systems, Environments and Approaches. (2015) School of Education: Elisabeth Johnson: • Johnson, E. and Kontovourki, S. “Introduction: Assembling research on literacies and the body.” Literacies, Learning and the Body: Bringing Research and Theory into Pedagogical Practice edited by Enriquez, Johnson, Kontovourki, and Mallozzi, Routledge, 3-19. (2016) • Johnson, E. and Enriquez, G. “Conclusion.” Literacies, Learning and the Body: Bringing Research and Theory into Pedagogical Practice, edited by Enriquez, Johnson, Kontovourki, and Mallozzi, Routledge, 2016, 271-277. (2016) • Enriquez, G., Johnson, E., Kontovourki S. and Mallozzi, C., editors. Literacies, Learning and the Body. Routledge. (2016) Pamela A. Malone, Counseling Adolescents through Loss, Grief, and Trauma. Routledge Taylor and Francis. (2016) School of Humanities: Kelley Coblentz Bautch: • “Heavenly Beings in the Enoch Traditions and Synoptic Gospels.” Enoch and the Synoptic Gospels: Reminiscences, Allusions, Intertextuality. Eds. L. T. Stuckenbruck and G. Boccaccini. Early Judaism and its Literature. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 105-127. (2016) • “What is ‘the Bible’?” The Bible in Political Debate What Does it Really Say? Eds. F. Flannery and R. Werline. Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 169-81. (2016) • “Mysticism Imagined: Major Ideas and Perspectives of Mystics.” Secret Religion: Gnosticism, Esotericism and Mysticism. Ed. A. DeConick. Volume in the series MacMillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks on Religion. Cengage Learning, MacMillan, 361-376. (2016) Richard J. Bautch, “’Holy Seed’: Ezra 9-10 and the Formation of the Pentateuch,” in The Formation of the Pentateuch: Bridging the Academic Cultures of Israel, Europe, and North America Eds. J. C. Gertz et al.; Forschungen zum Alten Testament 111; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 521-38. (2016) Robert Denton Bryant, Game Testing: All in One 3rd Edition, Mercury Learning. Co-authored with Charles P. Schultz. (2016) Mark Cherry: • Sex, Family, and the Culture Wars. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers. (2016) • “Raising the Next Generation for the Challenges of Being Orthodox Christians," in Young People in Church & Society. Eds. Marius Telea, Ovidiu Panaite, and Florin Parasca. Alba Iulia: Reintregirea, 87-98. (2016) William Earnest, Save Our Slides: Presentation Design That Works. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. (2016) Mary Rist, “SEUFolios: a Tool for Using e-Portfolios as Both Departmental Assessment and Multimodal Pedagogy.” In Reclaiming Accountability: Using the Work of Re/Accreditation to Improve Writing Programs.  Eds. Wendy Sharer, Tracy Ann Morse, Michelle F. Eble, and William P. Banks. Utah State UP. Co-authored with Ryan Hoover. (2016) Brian Sheerin, Desires of Credit in Early Modern Theory and Drama: Commerce, Poesy, and the Profitable Imagination. Routledge Press. (2016) Jennifer Veninga, “Feminism and the Pro-Life/Pro-Choice Debate.” Feminism and Religion: How Faiths View Women and Their Rights. Eds. Michele A. Paludi and J. Harold Ellens. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO. (2016) William Zanardi, The Education of Liberty: Fantasies about the Future. Austin: Forty Acres Press. (2016) PUBLISHED AND PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES School of Natural Sciences: Patricia Baynham, “Fostering Students' Identity as Scientists as They Search for New Antimicrobial Drugs.” CUR Quarterly. 38 (2). Pp. 25-29. (2016) Raychelle Burks, “Colorimetric Sensor Arrays for the Detection and Identification of Chemical Weapons and Explosive.” Co-written with Kangas, M.; Atwater, J.; Lukowicz, R.; Williams, P.; Holmes, A. Critical Reviews in Analytical Chemistry. 47(2). Pp. 138-153. (2016) Jason Callahan: • “Assessing Online Homework in First-Semester Calculus.” PRIMUS: Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies. 26(6). Pp. 545-556. (2016) • “Markov Chains to Compute Expected Game Lengths of ‘Chutes and Ladders’.” Co-written with H. Greenwood. The Pi Mu Epsilon Journal. 14(4). Pp. 243-250. (2016) Eamonn Healy: • “An in silico study of the effect of SOD1 electrostatic loop dynamics on amyloid-like filament formation.” Co-written with Luis Cervantes. European Biophysics Journal. 45. Pp. 853-859. (2016) • “A mechanism for propagated SOD1 misfolding from frustration analysis of a G85R mutant protein assembly.” Biochemical and Biophysical Communications. 478. Pp. 1634-1639. (2016) Leila Mills, “Collaboration, Multi-tasking and Problem Solving Performance in Shared Virtual Spaces.” Co-written with Lin, and Ifenthaler, D. Journal of Computing in Higher Education. 28(3). Pp. 344-357. (2016) Bilal Shebaro, “Enhancing Malware Detection: Clients Deserve More Protection.” Co-written with M.I. Al-Saleh. International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics. 8(1). Pp. 1-16. (2016) Santiago Toledo, “Taking Higher-Order thinking seriously: Using Marzano's Taxonomy in the Economics Classroom.” Co-written with Dubas M. J. International Review of Economics Education. 21. Pp. 12-20. (2016) The Bill Munday School of Business: Burnett, Amy, “Leadership performance of financial firms on climate change action.” Co-written with Carolin Schellhorn. Banks and Bank Systems. Vol. 11. Issue 2. (2016) Lorelei Ortiz, Michelle Region-Sebest, Catherine MacDermott, “Employer perceptions of oral communication competencies most valued in new hires as a factor in company success.” Business & Professional Communication Quarterly. Sep 2016, Vol. 79 Issue 3, Pp. 317-330. Wesley Pollitte, “Materialism, status consumption, and market involved consumers.” Co-written with Leisa Reinecki Flynn and Ronald E. Goldsmith. Psychology of Marketing. Sep 2016, Vol. 33(9). Pp. 761-776. Louise E. Single, “Tenure-track opt-outs: leakages from the academic pipeline.” Co-written with Elizabeth Dreike Almer, Amelia A. Baldwin, Allison Jones-Farmer, and Margaret Lightbody. Advances in Accounting Education: Teaching and Curriculum Innovations. Volume 19, 1-36. (2016) Kathleen M. Wilburn, and Ralph H. Wilburn: • “Asking ‘what else?’ to identify unintended negative consequences.” Business Horizons. Volume 59. Number 2. March-April 2016. Pp. 213-221. • “The growing importance of integrated reporting for corporate social responsibility.” Review of Business and Finance Studies. Volume 7. Number 2. 2016. Pp. 75-89. Debra Zahay, “Branding co-creation with members of online brand communities.” Co-written with Nick Hajli, Mohana Shanmugum, Savvas Papagiannidis, and Marie-Odile Richard. Journal of Business Research. 70. Pp. 136-144. (2017) School of Behavioral and Social Sciences: Kathy Brown, was selected as the winner of the Doyce B. Nunis Jr Award for Best Demonstration of Scholarship by a Rising Historian, as selected by the Editorial Board of The Southern California Quarterly and in recognition of her article “Persistent Pacificism, Southern California Women, and the People’s Council of America, 1917-1918” (SCQ: 97.4, Winter 2015) 362-398. (January 2017) Amy Concilio, “Imposing antecedent global change conditions rapidly alters plant community composition in a mixed-grass prairie.” Co-written with J. Nippert, Shivani Ehrenfeucht, Karie Cherwin, and T. Seastedt. Oecologia. 182 (3):899-911. (2016) Katherine Luciana Goldey, “Defining Pleasure: A Focus Group Study of Solitary and Partnered Sexual Pleasure in Queer and Heterosexual Women.” Co-written with Posh, A. R., Bell, S. N., & van Anders, S. M. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2137-2154. (2016) Kelly E. Green, “Advising families and friends on how to help a loved one struggling with addiction.” Texas Psychologist, 74(4), 10-12. (2016) Selin E. Guner: • “The impact of social media on political change: Gezi protests in Turkey”, Vol. V, Issue 6, pp.88 – 99, Centre for Policy and Research on Turkey (ResearchTurkey), London, Research Turkey. (http://researchturkey.org/?p=12181) (2016) • “Polarity, Polarization, and Democracy.” Journal of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Vol. 3, 144–152 ISSN: 2375-8899 (2016) Laurie Cook Heffron: • “’Something is missing here:’ Weaving feminist theories into social work practice with refugees.” Co-written with Snyder, S., Wachter, K., Nsonwu, M., & Busch-Armendariz, N. In S. Wendt & N. Moulding (Eds.) Contemporary Feminisms in Social Work Practice. Routledge. (2016) • “Assessing Lethality to Support Asylum Claims Based on Domestic Violence.” Domestic Violence Report, 21(6), Pp.91-94. (2016) • “Responding to Domestic Minors Sex Trafficking (DMST): Developing Principle-Based Practices.” Co-written with Wachter, K., Busch-Armendariz, N. B., Nsonwu, M. B., Kammer-Kerwick, M., Kellison, B., Jones, A. & Sanders, G. M. Journal of Human Trafficking, Pp. 1-13. (2016) • “Disrupting Young Lives: How Detention and Deportation Affect US-Born Children of Immigrants.” Co-written with Zayas, L. (November 2016) Adam McCormick: • “Foster family acceptance: Understanding the role of foster family acceptance for LGBTQ youth in care.” Co-written with Schmidt, K. & Terrazas, S. Children and Youth Services Review. 61, 69-74. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0190740915301195 (2016) • “LGBTQ youth in the child welfare system: An overview of research, practice and policy.” Co-written with Schmidt, K. Journal of Public Child Welfare. 11, 1, 27-39. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15548732.2016.1221368 (2016) • “Transgender youth in foster care: Creating an inclusive and affirming environment.” Co-written with Vaughn, M. Transgender youth: Perceptions, media influences, and social challenges. Nova Publishers, 129-142. https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog /product_info.php?products_id=59739 (2016) School of Education: Laura Hernandez-Ehrisman, “Breakfast Taco Wars: Race, History, and Food in Austin and San Antonio.” The End of Austin (TEOA), a Digital Humanities Project, The University of Texas at Austin, 22, Sept. 2016, http://wp.me/p2Q8kE-11W. Cory Lock & Susan Loughran, “Design and Implementation: Transparency and Problem-Based Learning at St. Edward’s University.” Co-written with Chad Long, Jack Musselman, and Michael Saclolo. Peer Review: Transparency and Problem-Centered Learning, vol. 18, no. 1, 2016, Winter, http://www.aacu.org/peerreview/2016/winter-spring/Musselman. Katie Peterson-Hernandez: • “‘Everybody Treated Him Like He Was From Another World’: Bilingual Fourth Graders Develop Social Awareness Through Interactive Read-Alouds Focused on Critical Literacies.” Co-written with Katharine Chamberlain. In Literacy Research and Instruction. (2016) • “Making Meaning with Friends: Exploring the Function, Direction and Tone of Small Group Discussions of Literature in Elementary School Classrooms.” Reading Horizons, vol. 55, iss. 3. (2016) • “Finding Spaces for Writing in a Preservice Reading Tutorial: A Development and Design Study of a Practicum Experience in Learning to Teach.” Literacy Research and Instruction. (2016) Charles Porter: "Public Water Policies: The Ultimate Weapons of Social Control." The Research in Business and Economics Journal, vol. 11, http://www.aabri.com/rbej.html (2016) School of Humanities: Richard J. Bautch, “The Altar Not Destroyed in Deut 16:21,” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 40: 321-36. (2016) Emily Bernate, “La aspiración de la (s) en el habla femenina y masculina de los limeños,” Íkala Revista de Lengua y Cultura. 21.3: 267-79. (2016) Mark Cherry, “Bioethics and Moral Agency: On Autonomy and Moral Responsibility,” Co-authored with John Skalko. The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. 41(5): 435-443. (2016) Kelley Coblentz-Bautch, “Spatiality and Apocalyptic Literature.” HeBAI 5: 1-16. (2016) Moriah McCracken, “Reading for Integration, Identifying Complementary Threshold Concepts: The ACRL Framework in Conversation with Naming What We Know: Threshold Concepts of Writing Studies” Co-authored with Brittney Johnson. Communications in Information Literacy [Online] 10.8 (Dec 2016) Jennifer Veninga, “Echoes of the Danish Cartoon Crisis Ten Years Later: Identity, Injury and Intelligibility from Copenhagen to Paris and Texas.” Islam and Muslim-Christian Relations. 12.1. (January 2016) CREATIVE WRITING PUBLICATIONS School of Humanities: Sasha West: • “’That Bit of Sage.’ Still Life with Poem: 100 Natures Mortes in Verse.” Eds. Jehanne Dubrow and Lindsay Lusby. Literary House Press. (2016) • “Zoology.” Reprinted Poem. Data-Driven Graphic Design: Creative Coding for Visual Communication, by Andrew Richardson. Bloomsbury Press. (2016) EXTERNAL CREATIVE WORK School of Humanities: Kathryn Eader, Lighting Design: • “The Barber of Seville” (April 2016) produced by Austin Opera. • Italian Mosaic Dome Lighting Design installed in the St. John Neumann Catholic Church (August 2016) in Austin, TX. • “The Manchurian Candidate” (September 2016) produced by Austin Opera. • “Suor Angelica” and “Gianni Schicchi” (October 2016) produced by the Butler Opera Center. Chris Gerben, “The Perils of Intimacy.” Episode of This American Life. NPR Radio Series. May 27, 2016. https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/587/the-perils-… Jena Heath: • Our China Stories. Online oral History storytelling project for and by the Chinese adoption community. www.ourchinastories.com • Related online article: “Our China Stories.” 22 June 2016. medium.com/@profheath/our-china-stories-f03465ba490#.ioyqmxhx6. Jimmy Luu: • “Letterscape,” Austin Art in Public Places, Austin, TX. (Spring 2016) • “Betty Dunkerly Campus Commission,” Austin Art in Public Places, Austin, TX. (2016-2017) • Austin Art in Public Places Artist in Residence, Betty Dunkerly Campus, Austin, TX. (Summer 2016) Susan Branch Towne, Costume Design: • “One Man, Two Guvnors” (2016). Austin, TX: Zach Theatre • “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” (2016). Montgomery, AL: Alabama Shakespeare Festival. • “The Price” (2016) Austin, TX: Jarrott Productions. • “A Christmas Carol” (2016). Austin, TX: Zach Theatre. • “Sylvia” (2016). Rochester, NY: Geva Theatre. JURIED AND NON-JURIED SHOWS, FESTIVALS AND PUBLICATIONS School of Humanities: Hollis Hammonds: • “Texas Draws IV,” Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX (Curator: Mary Mikel Stump, 2/11-4/24, 2016). • “Understory,” Mass Gallery, Austin, TX. (11/4 – 12/, 2016) • “60 Americans,” curated by Terrence Sanders, Makeshift Museum, Los Angeles, CA. (10/22-11/25, 2016) • “Stacked.” International Drawing Annual 10. Cincinnati, OH: Manifest Creative Research Gallery & Drawing Center. (2016) • “In Ruins: My Temple.” Artvoices: 101 Contemporary Artists. Los Angeles, CA. (2016) • “Wasteland," Gallery 2506, Chicago, IL (4/15-5/20, 2016). • “wasteland/wonderland,” Dishman Art Museum, Lamar University, Beaumont, TX. (1/4–3/6, 2016) Alex Robinson: • “Traded,” Lawndale Arts Center, Houston, TX. (9/29 – 10/22, 2016) • “At the Edge,” Texas A&M University, Wright Gallery. (9/13- 10/12, 2016) • “Maintenance Mode,” Public Space 1, Iowa City, IA. (12/11, 2015- 1/23, 2016) • “Butterfly Project,” Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, Austin, TX. (9/17, 2016 -1/9, 2017) Tammie Rubin: • “Before I Knew You,” I Missed You, de stijl | PODIUM FOR ART, Austin, TX, (11/24 – 26, 2016). • “Take Ten,” The Gallery at Penn College, Williamsport, PA, (8/25 – 10/9, 2016). Joe Vitone: • “Texas Czechs,” a traveling exhibition produced by PolkaWorks, Austin, TX; grant funded by Texas Commission on the Arts and Humanities Texas. (2016) • “Gaze,” ArtSpace, Milburn, MA. (April 2016) • “10 Family Records.” Raw View Magazine, Finland. (2016)