Faculty Scholarship and Creative Expressions, MAY 2019

PUBLISHED BOOKS, BOOK CHAPTERS

School of Arts and Humanities:
Mark J. Cherry, Christian bioethics is not secular bioethics: A warning from the West as we remember the reunification of Romania. In A. Albu, A. Dîrlău, & O. Botoi (Eds.), Centenarul unirii Românilor şi Europa de azi: Religie şi geopolitică (pp. 171-184). Albia Iulia: Reintregirea.

Kelley Coblentz Bautch,
• Did the sheep worship the golden calf? The animal apocalypse’s reading of Exodus 32. In A. J. Lucas, E. Lupieri, & E. F. Mason (Eds.), The reception of golden calf traditions in early Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (pp. 59-72). Leiden: Brill.
• Panopolitanus and its relationship to other Greek witnesses of the Book of the Watchers. In J. H. Ellens, I. W. Oliver, J. von Ehrenkrook, J. Waddell & J. Zurawsk (Eds.), Wisdom poured out like water: Essays in Honor of Gabriele Boccaccini (pp. 72-86). Berlin: de Gruyter.
• Authoritative scriptures (Other texts). In G. J. Brooke & C. Hempel (Eds.), T&T Clark Companion to the Dead Sea Scrolls (pp. 278-83). New York: Bloomsbury.
• Esther. In R. Clifford, C. Dempsey, & E. Schuller (Eds.), Paulist Biblical Commentary (pp. 390-397). New Jersey: Paulist Press.

Stephen A. King, ‘Leave country music to white folk’?: Narratives from contemporary African American country artists on country music and race. In M. A. Jackson (Ed.), The honky tonk on the left: Progressive thought in country music. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.

Florina Matu
• From daughter to mother, from sister to brother: Building identities in Faïza Guène’s novels. In V. Machelidon, & P. Saveau (Eds.) Reimagining North African immigration identities in flux in French literature, Television and Film (pp. 49-62). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
• Teaching Algeria through the lens of feminism. In J. Johnston & N. Meyer (Eds.), Rethinking the French classroom: New approaches to teaching contemporary French and Francophone women (pp. 103-111). Abingdon: Routledge.

Mary Rist and Sasha West, Creative writing for professional writing majors. In N. Hensel (Ed.), Exploring, experiencing, and envisioning integration in US arts education (pp. 143-154). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Georgia Seminet, Young, male and middle class: Representations of masculinity in Mexican film. In G. Maguire & R. Randall (Eds.), New visions of adolescence in contemporary Latin American cinema (pp. 123-147). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gary Slater, Charlottesville pragmatism: Richard Rorty’s neo-pragmatism and Peter Ochs’s rabbinic/scriptural pragmatism. In J. L. Goodson & B. E. Stone (Eds.), Rorty and the prophetic: Jewish engagements with a secular philosopher. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.

Jennifer E. Veninga, Loving the ones we see: Kierkegaard’s neighbor-love and the politics of pluralism. In R. Sirvent & S. Morgan (Eds.), Kierkegaard and political theology. Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick/Wipf and Stock. 

School of Behavioral and Social Sciences:
Kathleen A. Brown, Life takers and heart breakers: Moral Injury in Clint Eastwood’s war films. In M. Wanat & L. Engel (Eds.) The films of Clint Eastwood: Critical perspectives. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. 

Laurie Cook Heffron
• Sex trafficking among immigrant women in the U.S.: Exploring social work response within a landscape of violence against immigrant women. In A. Nichols, T. Edmond & E. Heil (Eds.), Social work practice with survivors of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation. Columbia University Press.
• Supporting sex-trafficking survivors through a collaborative single-point-of-contact model: Mezzo and micro considerations. In A. Nichols, T. Edmond & E. Heil (Eds.), Social work practice with survivors of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation. Columbia University Press.

Jeannetta G. Williams, Where did all the mentoring go? Exploring undefined mid-career paths through informal peer mentoring networks. In V.L. Baker, L.G. Lunsford, G. Neisler, M.J. Pifer & A. LaPointe Terosky (Eds.), Success after tenure: Supporting mid-career faculty. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

School of Human Development and Education:
Elisabeth Johnson, Hacking my way through digital discomforts as a literacy teacher educator. In N. Ng-A-Fook, S. Pratt, B. Smith, & L. Radford (Eds.), Hacking education in a digital age: Teacher education, curriculum and literacies. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Bill McHenry
• Introduction. In B. McHenry, K. MacCluskie & J. McHenry (Eds.), Tests and assessments in counseling: A case by case exploration. New York, NY: Routledge.
• Career assessments and personality inventories. In B. McHenry, K. MacCluskie & J. McHenry (Eds.), Tests and assessments in counseling: A case by case exploration. New York, NY: Routledge.

Ellen C. Melton, Ethical and legal issues in psychological assessment and testing. In B. McHenry, K. MacCluskie & J. McHenry (Eds.), Tests and assessments in counseling: A case by case exploration. New York, NY: Routledge.

Kris Sloan, Disrupting teacher education: The rise of independent teacher credentialing programs. In L. M. Jewett, F. Calderon-Beruman & M. Espinosa-Dulanto (Eds.), Critical intersections in contemporary curriculum and pedagogy (pp. 3-20). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

School of Natural Sciences:
Trish Baynham, Implementing a course-based undergraduate research experience on water quality into an introductory biology laboratory course. In N. Hensel (Ed.) Providing educational equity and high-impact practice. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Raychelle Burks, Chemists atwitter. In C. Sorensen-Unruh & T. Gupta (Eds.), Communicating chemistry through social media (pp. 19-34). Washington, DC: ACS Publications.

Leila Mills, How do high school students prefer to learn? In D. Sampson, D. Ifenthaler, J.M. Spector & P. Isaías (Eds.), Digital technologies: Sustainable innovations for improving teaching and learning (pp. 95-110). Springer International Publishing

The Munday School of Business:
Debra Zahay Blatz, Internet Marketing, Integrating Online and Offline Strategies in a Digital Environment, 2012 - 2017 (4th ed.). Cengage/Southwest Publishing.

EDITED BOOKS and JOURNALS

School of Arts and Humanities:
Mark J. Cherry
• Physician-assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia: Dying in a post-Christian age. Special thematic issue of Christian Bioethics, 24(1).
• Bioethics after the death of God: A symposium on After God: Morality & Bioethics in a secular age by H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr., Ph.D., MD (Yonkers: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2017). Special thematic issue of The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 43(6).

I. Moriah McCracken, Next steps: New directions for/in writing about writing. Utah State University Press.

School of Human Development and Education:
Bill McHenry, Tests and assessments in counseling: A case by case exploration. New York, NY: Routledge.

ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES

School of Human Development and Education:
Nicole Wilkins, Psychological aspects of athletic training. Oxford Research Encyclopedia.

The Munday School of Business:
Debra Zahay Blatz and Juli James, E-commerce: Business-to-business. In B. Warf (Ed.), The SAGE encyclopedia of the internet.

William Martello
• Airline deregulation. In R. W. Kolb (Ed.), The Sage encyclopedia of business ethics and society (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
• Health maintenance organizations. In R. W. Kolb (Ed.), The Sage encyclopedia of business ethics and society (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
• Savings and loan scandal. In R. W. Kolb (Ed.), The Sage encyclopedia of business ethics and society (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
• Trusts. In R. W. Kolb (Ed.), The Sage encyclopedia of business ethics and society (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS and PUBLISHED PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

School of Arts and Humanities:
Richard J. Bautch
• A response and further reflections on covenant in the Persian period. The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 18(6).
• The Torah and the testimony in Isaiah and the Book of Jubilees. Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature. Denver: November.
• Isaiah 10 as an intertext that informs a unified reading of Zechariah 11 (Zech 11:1-3 and 11:4-17). Einladung Sozietät Lecture Series at the Universität Leipzig. Germany: June.

Emily Bernate, The redistribution of modals and lexical verbs in United States Spanish. 9th Workshop on Immigrant Languages in the Americas. Eau Claire, WI: October.

Mark J. Cherry
• Physician-assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia: How not to die as a Christian. Christian Bioethics, 24(1).
• Kidney for sale by owner: Endorsing a secular heresy. The International Journal of Applied Philosophy, 31(2).
• Bioethics after the death of God. The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 43(6).
• Are marriage and family life merely contractual agreements among consenting parties? Shifting moral foundations and social transformations. International Journal of Chinese & Comparative Philosophy of Medicine 16(2).
• Moral consideration in assisted reproduction. Reconceiving Hope Conference. Austin: April.
• Christian bioethics is not secular bioethics. 18th Annual International Symposium on Science, Theology, and Arts. Romania: May.
• Physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia: Christian bioethics and secular bioethics. Salzburgiense Concilium Omnibus Philosophis Analyticis [Conference]. Germany: May.
• Bioethics in a culture that is deaf and blind to God’s existence. American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Conference. Pittsburgh, PA: October.
• Guns: Political ideology in the quest for perfect safety. American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Conference. Pittsburgh, PA: October.
• What happens if the brain goes elsewhere: Philosophical reflections on head transplantation. Whole Body Transplants / Head Transplants Conference. Winston-Salem, NC: November.

Kelley Coblentz Bautch
• The visionary’s view: Otherworldly motifs and their use/reuse in texts of Qumran and Nag Hammadi. The Dead Sea Scrolls and Nag Hammadi Codices. Berlin: July.
• Parables of Enoch. Southwest Commission on Religious Studies. Irving, TX: March.

Stephen Dilley, Science education and critical thinking. Future of Education JIS Symposium. Pasadena, CA: August.

William Earnest, Playing with the truth: Teaching courses in deceptive communication. National Communication Association Conference. Salt Lake City, UT: November.

Kimberly Garza, Gentrification in East Austin: Charting a visual imprint. SEEN Journal, 18.

Teresita Garza
• When they go low, we go high: First Lady Michelle Obama’s feminist rhetoric of inclusion. Women and Language, 40(1).
• When hashtags don't play: #MeToo, media ecology, and feminist activism. National Communication Association Conference. Salt Lake City, UT: November.
• Senses of time, space, and place in social media resistance. 19th Annual Media Ecology Convention. Orono, Maine: June.

Stephen A. King
• Silence and memory: A rhetorical history of civil rights tourism in Mississippi. National Communication Association Conference. Salt Lake City, UT: November. (This essay received an award for its inclusion on the Top Papers Panel for the African American Communication and Culture Division.)
• ‘I call him father of us all’: The rhetoric of transcendence at the B. B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 15(2).
• Marking the past: Civil rights tourism and the Mississippi Freedom Trail. Southern Communication Journal, 83(2).

Drew Loewe, Course design—Writing and Rhetoric 3326: Legal Writing. Composition Studies, 46(1).

Stephanie Martinez, Ripping off the Band-Aid: Cancer at midlife. National Communication Association Conference. Salt Lake City, UT: November.

Jack Musselman, International dialogues: US and Russia. 9th National 21st Century Anglistica Conference. Russia: January.

Todd Onderdonk, The great Nick: Fitzgerald as recovering romantic in The Great Gatsby. The F. Scott Fitzgerald Review, (16).

Lori Peterson, And then there were two, 2.0. National Communication Association Conference. Salt Lake City, UT: November.

Nancy Reiter-Salisbury, Personal learning networks: Leveraging digital connections. Texas Digital Learning Conference. Austin, TX: October.

Steven Rodenborn, Encountering the threatened humanum in a culture of indifference. National Convention of the Catholic Theological Society of America. Indianapolis, Indiana: June.

Tammie Rubin, This is everything: OR, Why I call art-making practice. John L. Warfield Center for African American Studies’ Diaspora Talk Series. Austin, TX: November.

Gary Slater
• From strangers to neighbors: Toward an ethics of sanctuary cities,” Journal of Moral Theology, 7(2).
• Peter Ochs, Robert C. Neville, and the repair/compare continuum: A link between scriptural reasoning and comparative theology. AAR/SBL Annual Meeting. Denver: November.
Catholic social teaching and migration: Developing an ethics of sanctuary cities. AAR/SBL Annual Meeting. Denver: November.
• Ethics without bodies: The implications of mind uploading for human moral evolution. Annual Meeting of the Institute for American Religious and Philosophical Thought. Berlin: June.
From Sacer to Sanctus: Against prioritizing among refugees. Globalizing Minority Rights Project. Tromsø, Norway: June.
• An ethics of sanctuary cities: Two neglected resources. SWCRS Annual Meeting. Irving, TX: March.

Teri Varner, Can we do a better job of teaching listening? A quantitative and qualitative look at metacognitive listening strategies at play in the classroom. National Communication Association Conference. Salt Lake City, UT: November.

Jennifer E. Veninga, “From Danish cartoons to Norway’s Anders Breivik: Secularism and perceptions of Muslims in Scandinavian social imaginaries. Journal of Religion and Society, 20(17).

Peter A. Wake, Taking the ladder down: Hegel on comedy and religious experience. 25th Biennial Conference of the Hegel Society of America. Boston: October.

School of Behavioral and Social Sciences:
W. Carsten Andresen, “Gay panic as a theory of self-defense in 44 murder cases. LGBTQ Legal Issues in Changing Times: What Every Texas Practitioner Needs to Know. Austin: State Bar of Texas.

Peter Beck, Measuring the effectiveness of landowner incentives at ecosystem service provision across forest fragments in Costa Rica. 4th North American Congress for Conservation Biology. Toronto, Canada: July.

Jessica Boyette-Davis
• A report on the qualities, skills, and characteristics desired by top neuroscience graduate programs. Journal of Undergraduate Education, 17(1).
• An updated understanding of the mechanisms involved in chemotherapy-induced neuropathy. Pain Management, 8(5).
• A recreational dose of methylphenidate, but not methamphetamine, decreases anxiety-like behavior in female rats. Neuroscience Letters, 682.
• An investigation of the effects of testosterone and behavioral expressions of pain on sex/gender differences in pain perception. Psychological Reports, 1.
• The effects of ketamine on sexual behavior, anxiety, and locomotion in female rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 165.
• The effects of internal and external causation and gender on views of hypocrisy. JSOURCE, Spring.  
• The role of religion in punitive behavior. McNair Scholars Program Research Journal, 10.
• Graduate school prioritization of application components: The most highly valued characteristics desired by top neuroscience programs. Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, CA: November.
• Pain perception in non-suicidal self-injury. Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, CA: November.

Kathleen A. Brown
Who pays the butcher’s bill for military malpractice: Clint Eastwood’s war films, anti-war westerns. Southwest Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference. Albuquerque, NM: February.

Amy Concilio
• Mycorestoration of a ligustrum-invaded urban park in Austin, TX. Texas Society of Ecological Restoration Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX: November.
• Exploring effects of an urban prairie restoration project on public engagement. Texas Society of Ecological Restoration Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX: November.
• Changes in plant and animal diversity and movement in response to shaded fuel break fire mitigation. Texas Society of Ecological Restoration Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX: November.
• Response of insect diversity to prairie restoration at Commons Ford Metropark in Austin, TX. Texas Society of Ecological Restoration Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX: November.
• Fitness response of Asclepias Asperula, antelope horns milkweed, with the inoculation of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Texas Society of Ecological Restoration Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX: November.

Michael J. Disch, Students’ use of and perspectives on digital technology in higher education. Southwestern Psychological Association. Houston, TX: April.

Katherine L. Goldey
• An investigation of the effects of testosterone and behavioral expressions of pain on sex/gender differences in pain perception. Psychological Reports, 1.
• Recognizing Ryan: The effects of name gender on social perceptions. Southwestern Psychological Association. Houston, TX: April.
• Singlehood and relationship experiences: Jealousy and sexual desire across stages of relationships. Southwestern Psychological Association. Houston, TX: April.
• Imagination is the name of the game: Competitive mental imagery changes mood but not testosterone levels in women. Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Atlanta, GA: February.
• Age before beauty? Female preferences for male age, attractiveness, and masculinity. Southwestern Psychological Association. Houston, TX: April.

Kelly E. Green, Evaluating biofeedback training in conjunction with a cognitive-behavioral intervention for adults with impulse control deficits: A pilot study. Practice Innovations, 3(2).

Selin. E. Guner, “Polarity, polarization, and democracy: Results from the linear democracy data. International Journal of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies, 3(2).

Laurie Cook Heffron
• Salía de uno y me metí en otro: Exploring the migration-violence nexus among Central American. Violence Against Women, 25(6).
• “At least they’re workin’ on my case?” Victim notification in sexual assault “cold” cases. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 
• Latina immigrant women & children’s well-being and access to services after detention. Latino Public Policy, 6.
• Latina women experiences in immigration detention centers in Texas. American Psychological Association 45 Research Conference. Austin, TX: July.

Jooyoun Lee
• Yasukuni and Hiroshima in clash? War and peace museums in contemporary Japan. Pacific Focus, 33(1).
• Korean popular culture and historical sensibilities in East Asia. Arts & International Affairs, 3(1).
• The Korean wave in America: Assessing the status of K-pop and K-drama between global and local. Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context, 11(2).
• L.H.M. Ling, political healing, and gender studies. International Studies Association Meeting. San Francisco, CA, April. 
• Assessing the 2015 diplomatic negotiations of comfort women between Japan and South Korea. Southwest Conference on Asian Studies. Waco, TX: October. 

Rachael Neal, The advantages of anti-racism: Being fully human. Southern Sociological Society. New Orleans: April.

Delia K. Paskos, It takes a village: An integrated and collaborative effort between administration and faculty to educate students on sexual violence prevention. Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) Annual Convention. Philadelphia, PA: March.

Michelle Y. Richter, Financial crime victims: How little we know. Texas Victim Services Research Symposium. San Marcos, TX: October.

Alan Swinkels
• An effective project for teaching repeated-measures designs. Teaching of Psychology, 45(3).
• Instructor's resource manual to accompany Psychology: An Exploration (4th ed., Ciccarelli & White). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Instructor's resource manual to accompany Introducing Psychology (7th ed., Wade, Tavris, Sommers, & Shin). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Instructor's resource manual to accompany Psychology (11th ed., Morris & Maisto). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Test bank to accompany Psychology (1st ed., Hudson & Whisenhunt). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Text enhancements to accompany Psychology ( 2nd ed., Marin & Hock). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Text enhancements to accompany Introducing Psychology (4th AP ed., Ciccarelli). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Revel test items to accompany Positive Psychology (7th ed., Abascal et al.). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Revel test items to accompany Developmental Psychology (3rd ed., Arnett). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Revel test items to accompany Developmental Psychology (1st ed., Berk). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Test bank to accompany Developmental Psychology (1st ed., Berk). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Test bank to accompany Developmental Psychology (11th ed., Boyd & Bee). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Test bank to accompany Development Across the Lifespan (9th ed., Feldman). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Instructors resource manual to accompany Development Across the Lifespan (9th ed., Feldman). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Test bank to accompany Lifespan Development (4th ed., Feldman). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Instructors resource manual to accompany Lifespan Development (4th ed., Feldman). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Revel assessments to accompany Infant, Child, and Adolescent Development (9th ed., Berk). Hoboken, NJ: Pearson Education.
• Where are we? Comparing psychology departments nationwide. Association for Psychological Science. San Francisco, CA: May.

David Thomason, The normative value of myth in liberal democratic thought. Southwestern Political Science Association Meeting. Orlando, FL: October.

Christie Wilson, She persisted in her sentiments: Huguenot women in the era of the revocation in France. Southern Historical Association 84th Annual Meeting. Birmingham, Alabama: November.

School of Human Development and Education:
Melissa Alvarado, Boundaries: Helping your clients draw the line. Texas Counseling Association Professional Growth Conference. Dallas, TX: November.

Steven Fletcher, Elements of making: A framework to support making in the science classroom. The Science Teacher, 85(2).

David R. Hollier, Are we Finished yet? Teacher preparation and the rise of 'glocalization.’ Journal of Education, 198(2).

Benjamin A. Jimenez, Expanding on phenomenological research findings on adult learners’ experiences with the portfolio process. Adult Education Research Conference. Victoria, Canada: June.

Elisabeth Johnson
• Making critical digital literacy curriculum. Literacy Research Association Symposium. Indian Wells, CA: November.
• SIG: Reflexive collaborations: Critical (digital) literacies across space-times. International Literacy Association Conference. Austin, TX: October.
• Going public: Exploring the possibilities for publishing student interest-driven writing beyond the classroom. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 41(1).

Tom Sechrest, Why leadership matters. Austin Young Chamber LEAD SUMMIT. Austin, TX: February.

School of Natural Sciences:
Raychelle Burks
• printed colorimetric arrays for the identification and quantification of acids and bases.” Analytical Chemistry, 90(16).
• An improved comparison of chemometric analyses for the identification of acids and bases with colorimetric sensor arrays. International Journal of Chemistry, 10(2).
• DIVAS: Outreach to the natural sciences through image processing. ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. Baltimore: February.

Christopher Burnett, Oligonucleotides and methods for the preparation of RNA libraries. U.S. Patent 9,970,048.

Lisa Goering, Utp14 interaction with the small subunit processome. RNA, 24.

Charles Hauser, Bioinformatics core competencies for undergraduate life sciences education. PLOSOne.

Michael Kart, An inclusive research-education community (iREC): A model for student engagement in science. PNAS, 114(51).

Richard Kopec, Implementing and assessing STEM residential learning communities as a retention & academic success strategy. 2nd Annual UTRGV Stem Education Conference. McAllen, TX: February.

Bilal Shebaro, Using active learning strategies in teaching introductory database courses. Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 33(4).

Matthew Steffenson, Interacting effects of leg autotomy and exposure to predator cues on survival in a wolf spider (Pardosa valens). Journal of Insect Behavior, 31.

Santiago Toledo, The first structural model for the resting state of the active site of nickel acireductone dioxygenase (Ni-ARD).” Inorganic Chemistry Communications, 89.

The Munday School of Business:
David Altounian
• Effective resource deployment in digital marketing education. Marketing Education Review, 26(1).
• Articulating problems and markets: A translation analysis of entrepreneurs' emergent value propositions. Written Communication, 35(4).

Debra Zahay Blatz
• Managerial perspectives on crowdsourcing in the new product development process. Industrial Marketing Management, 71.
• Effective resource deployment in digital marketing education. Marketing Education Review, 26(1).
• The efficacy of crowdsourcing for early-stage new product development: An abstract. Academy of Marketing Science. New Orleans, LA: May.

Mary Dunn, Using social network analysis in the classroom: An experiential activity and tool to enhance a sense of community. Teaching and Management Review.

Monica Hernandez, Modeling satisfaction and repurchase intentions of mobile smart wristbands: The role of social mindfulness and perceived value. Young Consumers, 19(3).

Juli James, Effective resource deployment in digital marketing education. Marketing Education Review, 26(1).

Katherine Lopez, The importance of virtue ethics and role salience in the accounting profession. Southern Journal of Business Ethics, 10.

John M. Mueller, Guiding entrepreneurs through the quagmire of business entities – Three hypothetical scenarios for discussion. Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy, 1(3).

Lorelei Ortiz and Catherine MacDermott, Integrative liberal learning: A case for internships and other high impact practices as an essential component in students’ professional preparation.” Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 18(6).

Yong Shin Park
• Integrated multimodal transportation model for a switchgrass-based bioethanol supply chain: Case study in North Dakota. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2628.
• Benchmarking environmental efficiency of ports using data mining and RDEA: The case of a US container ports. International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, 22(2).
• Environmental efficiency assessment of US transport sector: A slack-based data envelopment analysis approach. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 61(A).

Wesley Pollitte
• Virtual dressing room media, buying intention and mediation. Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing, 12(1).
• Effective resource deployment in digital marketing education. Marketing Education Review, 26(1).

Louise Single, The relationship of advocacy and mentorship with female accountants' career success. Advances in Accounting, 42.

Amr Swid
• Managing university/students’ conflict by implementing mandatory arbitration as a condition of enrollment: Preserving institutional cost and reputation. International Journal of Business Research, 18(3).
• Mobile learning application to facilitate ubiquitous collaborative learning: An organizational behavior course. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 18(4).
• Narcissistic leaders: A review of astonishing success and remarkable failure. Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, 15(3).
• A course mobile app: Design and implementation of a prototype. International Conference on Frontiers of Educational Technologies. Moscow: June.
• Satisfied employees and company brand image: A social media approach. Dissatisfaction and Complaining Behavior Conference. New York, NY: June.
• Resolving campus conflict through mediation: The road map to student satisfaction. Dissatisfaction and Complaining Behavior Conference. New York, NY: June.

Kathleen Wilburn and Ralph Wilburn, New partnering opportunities for the nonprofit sector. Journal of Vincentian Social Action, 3(2).

CREATIVE WRITING PUBLICATIONS

School of Arts and Humanities:
Jena Heath, “Covering Suicide: Resources for College Journalists.” College Media Review, March.

Mary Helen Specht, “Elizabeth Crook’s Gripping New Western.” Texas Monthly, February.

Sasha West
• “Tail Event.” Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review.
• “Pact.” Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review.
• “Janus” Echoes off a Canyon Wall: Images of the Western Cordillera.

RADIO, TELEVISION, FILM WORKS

School of Arts and Humanities:
Emily Bernate
• Politeness in U.S. Spanish. Academic Minute: National Public Radio. December 12, 2018.
• Spanish as a heritage language in the United States. Fronteras Public Radio. October 1, 2018.

Tammie Rubin, Austin Art Talk Podcast Episode 50: Tammie Rubin. Austin Art Talk Podcast. December 3, 2018.

JURIED AND NON-JURIED SHOWS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICATIONS and OTHER CREATIVE WORK

School of Arts and Humanities:
Timothy Braun
• “Wunderbaum, or They Scare Me and I Don’t Mean Boo.” Fusebox, May 4th, 2018.
• “Kelly Hasandras, or Good Bye To The People You Meet.” Fusebox, April 21st, 2018.

Hollis Hammonds, Endpaper Artwork: Life and Death in a Carceral State: Narratives of Loss and Survival, Texas After Violence Project, 2018.

Alexandra Robinson
• Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus Gallery, Cambridge, MN. State of Love and Trust. Solo Exhibition.
• Czong Institute for Contemporary Art (CICA), South Korea, Artist and Location. Groups Exhibition.
• Julia C. Butridge Gallery, Dougherty Arts Center, Austin, TX  Three kinds of Order With Naomi Schlinke, and Rebecca Rothfus Harrell. Groups Exhibition.
• Moon Gallery, Berry College, Berry, GA gift. Groups Exhibition.
• SECAC. Birmingham, AL Paper presentation: Educating <3 and Minds
• Artist Talk: Julia C. Butridge Gallery, Dougherty Arts Center, Austin, TX
• Artist Lecture: Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus Gallery, Cambridge, MN.

Tammie Rubin 
• Chiaroscuro: probing mystery, seeking clarity, exhibit. ICOSA, Gallery, TX, 2018.
• Seasons of Fruition, exhibit. Dimension Gallery, Austin, TX, 2018.
• ​CraftTexas 2018, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, exhibit. Houston, TX 2018.
• ​This is Everything, Cage Match Project Round VIII, performance. Museum of Human Achievement, Austin, TX 2018.
• ​Gallery Talk with Betelhem Makonnen & Tammie Rubin, Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design Exhibition. Blanton Art Museum, Austin, TX 2018.

Joe Vitone
• February 2018. Colloquium given on Family Records portrait series at Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History.
• July 2018. Exhibition of Family Records portraits, sponsored by Amerika Haus, Cologne, Germany.
• July 2018. Artist Talk, Family Records portraits
• October 2018. SaddleUp exhibition of Valentine & Beyond photographs opens at the Texas Capitol Visitor Center.
• November 2018. Finalization of major acquisition (64 prints) of Family Records portraits by Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History.

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PUBLISHED BOOKS, CHAPTERS

School of Arts and Humanities:
Robert Bryant, Slay the Dragon: Writing Great Video Games by Robert Denton Bryant & Keith Giglio was translated and published in China by Broadview, a division of Publishing House of Electronics Industry. ISBN 978-7-121-31776-7

Mark Cherry, “The Beauty of Holiness: Holy Icons as Spiritual Education,” in Ars Liturgica: From the Image of Glory to the Images of the Idols of Modernity, vol 1, D. Vanca, M. J. Cherry, and A. Albu (eds.) (Albia Iulia: Reintregirea, 2017), 95–106.

Drew Loewe, edited, Bad Ideas About Writing, Digital Publishing Institute, West Virginia University Libraries, 2017. https://textbooks.lib.wvu.edu/badideas/  

School of Behavioral and Sciences:
Kathleen Brown, “Moral Injury and Civilian Authority in the War Films of Clint Eastwood,” in Clint Eastwood’s Cinema of Trauma: Essays on PTSD in the Director’s Films, ed. by Charles R. Hamilton and Allen H. Redmon (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2017), 115–129.

Laurie Cook Heffron
• Human Trafficking: Applying Research, Theory, and Case Studies. Sage Publications. (2017)
• Transnational Practice: Responding to Violence against Immigrant and Refugee Women. In Lundy, M. & Hilado, A. (Eds.) Models for Practice with Immigrants and Refugees: Collaboration, Cultural Awareness, and Integrative Theory. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishers, Inc. (2017)

The Munday School of Business:
William McHenry, editor, The ethics of counseling children and adolescents. New York: Routledge. (2017)

PUBLISHED AND PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

School of Arts and Humanities:
Richard Bautch
• “In Vino Veritas? Critiquing Drunkenness and Deceit in Micah and Isaiah,” Zeitschrift für die Alttestamentliche Wissenschaft 129/4 (2017): 555–567.
• Review of Joachim Eck’s Jesaja 1 - Eine Exegese der Eröffnung des Jesaja-Buches: Die Präsentation Jesajas und JHWHs, Israels und der Tochter Zion (BZAW 473; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2015) in The Review of Biblical Literature (2017). (e-journal)
• Review of Michael K. Snearly’s The Return of the King: Messianic Expectation in Book V of the Psalter (LHBOTS 624; New York / London: T & T Clark, 2016) in The Review of Biblical Literature (2017). (e-journal)

Mark J. Cherry
PUBLISHED
• “The Scandal of Secular Bioethics: What Happens When the Culture Acts as if There is No God?” Christian Bioethics 23(2) (2017): 85–99.
• “Adolescents Lack Sufficient Maturity to Consent to Medical Research,” The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 45(3)(2017): 307–317.
• “Organ Vouchers and Barter Markets: Saving Lives, Reducing Suffering, and Trading in Human Organs,” The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 42(5)(2017): 503–517.
• “Created in the Image of God: Bioethical Implications of the Imago Dei,” Christian Bioethics 23(3)(2017): 219–233.
EDITED
• Ars Liturgica: From the Images of Glory to the Images of the Idols of Modernity, 2 volumes (Alba Iulia: Editura Reîntregirea, 2017); co-editors: Dumitru A. Vanca and Alin Albu.
• “The Scandal of Secular Morality: A Symposium on H. Tristram Engelhardt Jr’s After God: Morality and Bioethics in a Secular Age,” special thematic issue of Christian Bioethics 23(2)(2017). Oxford University Press.
• “Kidney Vouchers: Moral Analysis of an Advanced Donation Program,” special thematic issue of The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 42(5)(2017). Oxford University Press.
• “Created in the Image of God: Bioethics and the Imago Dei,” special thematic issue of Christian Bioethics 23(3)(2017), co-editor: B. Andrew Lustig (Davidson College). Oxford University Press.

Stephen Dilley
• “How to Lose a Battleship: Why Methodological Naturalism Sinks Theistic Evolution,” in Theistic Evolution: A Scientific, Philosophical, and Theological Critique edited by J.P. Moreland et al. (Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 2017), pp. 593–631.
• “Evolution and Theology,” Zondervan Dictionary of Christianity and Science: The Definitive Reference for the Interaction of Christian Faith and Contemporary Science, eds. Paul Copan et al. (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2017), pp. 246–248.
• “Paradigm,” Zondervan Dictionary of Christianity and Science: The Definitive Reference for the Interaction of Christian Faith and Contemporary Science, eds. Paul Copan et al. (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2017), pp. 504–505.

Christopher Flynn, Foreword. Walkscapes: Walking as an Aesthetic Practice, by Francesco Careri, Culicidae Architectural Press, 2017, pp. 7–10.

Hollis Hammonds, “Agents of Change: Facilitating Collegial Investment and Support,” Future Forward, Vol. 5, April 2017, pp. 54–67. Integrative Teaching International, ThinkTank9 – Citizen/Artist: Education and Agency.

Florina Matu, From Daughter to Mother, from Sister to Brother: Building Identities in Faïza Guène’s Novels. Reimagining North African Immigration Identities in Flux in French Literature, Television and Film, Eds. Véronique Machelidon, Patrick Saveau. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2018. 49–62. Print.

Charles Porter
• “’Of Urgent Concern’: What Prompted House Bill 162, the Groundwater Conservation Act of 1949,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, Volume LXXXVIII, 2017. 
• “Navigating Seller’s Disclosure After Harvey”. Texas Realtor, November, 2017.
• Advanced Water Rights for Texas Agents. (Kerrville: Texas Alliance of Land Brokers, 2017).

Gary Slater
• “The Implicit as a Resource for Engaging Normativity in Religious Studies,” Religions, vol. 8, no. 11. (online)
• “Scriptural Reasoning and the Ethics of Public Discourse,” American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, vol. 38, no. 2, p. 123–137.
• “The Moral Framework of A Pluralistic Universe.” In The Cries of the Wounded: William James, Moral Philosophy, and the Ethical Life, edited by Jacob L. Goodson. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.

Donald Unger
• Writing Networks for Social Justice. 4C4Equality, 2017.
• “Writing Networks for Social Justice: A Brief History of 4C4Equality.” Teacher-Scholar-Activist 18 Oct. 2017. https://teacher-scholar-activist.org/2017/10/18/writing-networks-for-soc...

Teri Varner, “Listening Beyond Boundaries,” Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, June 20–23, 2018. Publication in the International Journal Listening forthcoming.

Peter Wake, “Hegel’s Critique of Kant and ‘The Positivity of the Christian Religion’” in The Young Hegel and Religion (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2017), pp. 119–146.

Emma Woelk
• “Authenticity, Distance, and the East German Volksstück: Yiddish in Thomas Christoph Harlan’s Ich Selbst und Kein Engel” in Nexus 3:  Essays in German Jewish Studies, William C. Donahue and Martha Helfer, eds. Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2017.    
• “Humor as Critical Intelligence: Kafka’s Der Proceß and Alexander Kluge’s Abschied von gestern.” in Stichwort Kooperation: Alexander-Kluge-Jahrbuch Bd. 4, Rainer Stollmann, Thomas Combrink, Gunter Martens, eds. Göttingen, Germany: V&R Press, 2017. 

School of Behavioral and Social Sciences:
Laurie Cook Heffron
• “Charting Directions for Research on Undocumented and Unaccompanied Immigrant Children and Citizen Children.” Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 39(4), 412–435.   
• “Playing by the rules: Agency policy and procedure in service experience of IPV survivors.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence. June 27, 2017.
• “A Study of Social Work Students’ Knowledge and Perceptions of Stages of Latino Immigration.” Journal of Social Work Education. June 28, 2017. Vol. 54, 2018 - Issue 1, pp. 61–78.

Adam McCormick
• “LGBTQ youth in the child welfare system: An overview of research practice and policy.” Journal of Public Child Welfare, 11(1), 27–39. 
• “Fostering the acceptance and inclusion of LGBTQ youth in the child welfare system: Considerations for advancing trauma informed child welfare responses for LGBTQ youth in care.” Journal of Family Strengths, 18(2). 

The Bill Munday School of Business:
Ali Dadpay, “Using a generalized model for air traffic delay: An application of information based duration analysis.” Journal of Air Transport Management 67 (2018): 153–156.

Mary Dunn, “Early career developmental networks and professionals’ knowledge creation.” Journal of Management. Published on line before print. DOI: 0149206317702218

Catherine MacDermott, “Beyond the Business Communication Course: A Historical Perspective of the Where, Why, and How of Soft Skills Development and Job Readiness for Business Graduates.” IUP Journal of Soft Skills; Volume 11, Issue 2: 7, 9–24.

Lorelei Ortiz, “Beyond the Business Communication Course: A Historical Perspective of the Where, Why, and How of Soft Skills Development and Job Readiness for Business Graduates.” IUP Journal of Soft Skills; Volume 11, Issue 2: 7, 9–24.

Steve Rosner, “Tax Confusion and Form 1040 Turmoil” https://doi.org/10.2308/iace-51734, Issues in Accounting Education November 2017, Vol. 32, No. 4, pp. 19–24

Louise Single, “Tax Confusion and Form 1040 Turmoil” https://doi.org/10.2308/iace-51734, Issues in Accounting Education November 2017, Vol. 32, No. 4, pp. 19–24

Debra Zahay, “Branding Co-creation with Members of Online Brand Communities.” Journal of Business Research (Online August 30, 2016), 70 (January), pp. 136–144.

Managerial Perspectives on Crowdsourcing in the New Product Development Process, Industrial Marketing Management (Online 2017), Print Forthcoming.

School of Education:
Antonio Alvarado
• “Spanish Speaking Counseling: Best Practices and Implications for the Profession.”  Presented at the Association for Education and Supervision Conference, Chicago, IL.
• “Tools for Fostering Emotional and Social Wellness Among Children and Adolescents.” Presented at the Texas Counseling Association Professional Growth Conference, Galveston, TX.

David Hollier, “Are We ‘Finnished’ yet? Teacher Preparation and the Rise of ‘Glocalization.’” Paper presented at the annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Antonio, TX, April 27, 2017.

William McHenry, “Ethical Decision Making: Adjusting Adult Models to Fit Minors.” Presented at the Texas Counseling Association Professional Growth Conference, Galveston, TX.  

Richard Parsells
• “Addressing uncertainty during workplace change: Communication and sense-making.” Administrative Issues Journal, 7(2), 47–56 
• “From Change Management to Change Ready: A Cultural Perspective”, Academy of Business Research Conference, San Antonio, Texas, November 2017.

Kris Sloan
• “There Is a Place for #MeToo in Texas Classrooms, by Kris Sloan and Adam McCormick.” TribTalk, www.tribtalk.org/2018/01/31/there-is-a-place-for-metoo-in-texas-classrooms/
• “#MeToo Is an Opportunity to Talk to Boys about Harassment and Violence.” Dallas News, 25 Jan. 2018, www.dallasnews.com/opinion/commentary/2018/01/25/metoo-opportunityto-tal...

School of Natural Sciences:
Raychelle Burks:
Printed Colorimetric Arrays for the Identification and Quantification of Acids and Bases. Analytical Chemistry
2018-08-21 | journal-article
♣ DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.8b02432 | ACS Publications
An Improved Comparison of Chemometric Analyses for the Identification of Acids and Bases With Colorimetric Sensor Arrays. International Journal of Chemistry
2018-04 | journal-article
♣ DOI: 10.5539/ijc.v10n2p36 | Canadian Center of Science and Education
Where Science Intersects Pop Culture: An Informal Science Education Outreach Program. Journal of Chemical Education
2017-12-12 | journal-article
♣ DOI: 10.1021/acs.jchemed.7b00070 | ACS Publications
Comparative chemometric analysis for classification of acids and bases via a colorimetric sensor array. Journal of Chemometrics
2017-10 | journal-article
♣ DOI: 10.1002/cem.2961 | Wiley Online Library
♣ Part of ISSN: 0886-9383
Chemists Atwitter, Communicating Chemistry through Social Media
2018-01 | other
♣ DOI: 10.1021/bk-2018-1274.ch002 | ACS Publications
DIVAS Proceedings of the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education - SIGCSE '18
2018 | conference-paper
♣ DOI: 10.1145/3159450.3159537 | ACM DL Digital Library

Jason Callahan, “Aesthetics in a Mathematics for Liberal Arts Project.” Journal of Humanistic Mathematics. 7(1). Pp. 139–146. (2017)

Carol Gee, “Aesthetics in a Mathematics for Liberal Arts Project.” Journal of Humanistic Mathematics. 7(1). Pp. 139–146. (2017)

Charles Hauser
• “The GEP: Crowd-Sourcing Big Data Analysis with Undergraduates.” Trends in Genetics. 33(2). Pp. 81–85. (2017)
• “Retrotransposons are the major contributors to the expansion of the Drosophila ananassae Muller F element.” G3. (2017)
• “An undergraduate bioinformatics curriculum that teaches eukaryotic gene structure.” CourseSource. (2017)
• “An Inclusive Research-Education Community (iREC): A model for student engagement in science.” PNAS. 114(51). Pp. 13531–13536. (2017)
• “Mycobacterium phage StevieRay, complete genome.” GenBank #MF373843. (2017)

Eamonn F. Healy “A prion-like mechanism for the propagated misfolding of SOD1”, PLoS ONE 2017, 12 (5), e0177284.
† denotes student author.

Eamonn F Healy, Luis Cervantes†, Barret Nabona†, Jacob Williams†, A unified mechanism for plant polyketide biosynthesis derived from in silico modeling, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 2018, 497, 1123-1128.
† denotes student author.

E.F. Healy, “Visualizing the molecular wave function in sigma-coordinated complexes”, Computational and Theoretical Chemistry, 2018,1125, 128-132.

Leila Mills, “Facilitating the Design and Production of Effective Instructional Videos.” TechTrends. 61(5). Pp. 452–460. (2017)

Gary A. Morris, “Transition Matrices: A Tool to Assess Student Learning and Improve Instruction.” The Physics Teacher. 55(3). Pp. 166–169. (2017)

Erika N. Schwarz, “Plastome-wide nucleotide substitution rates reveal accelerated rates in Papilionoideae and correlations with genome features across legume subfamilies.” Journal of Molecular Evolution. Pp. 1–17. (2017)

Toledo, S.A.; Dubas, J.M. A Learner-Centered Grading Method Focused on Reaching Proficiency with Course Learning Outcomes. J. Chem. Ed., 2017, DOI: 10.1021/acs.jchemed.6b00651

Ivan, D.A*; Gremillion, A.J.*; Sanchez, A.*; Sanchez, S.*; Lynch, V.A.; Toledo, S.A. “The First Structural Model for the Resting State of the Active Site of Nickel Acireductone Dioxygenase (Ni-ARD).” Inorg. Chem. Comm., 2018, 89C, 37-40.
*Denotes undergraduate student collaborator.

CREATIVE WRITING PUBLICATIONS

School of Arts and Humanities:
Sasha West:
• “We’ve Not Long Come In.” Kenyon Review Online. Kenyon Review, 2017. Web. 
• “[those were the days of].” Copper Nickel, iss. 24, Spring 2017, p. 125. 
• “Husbands Are Deadlier Than Terrorists.” 45th Parallel Magazine, Spring 2017, p. 34. 
• “The List of Broken Things.” 45th Parallel Magazine, Spring 2017, p. 33. 
• “Goat That Departs.” Silk Road, vol. 18, Fall 2017, p. 102. 
• “Newtok, Alaska.” Silk Road, vol. 18, Fall 2017, p. 103. 
• “The Uncanny Condition.” Silk Road, vol. 18, Fall 2017, p. 100. 
• “Ocean Triptych.” Bennington Review, iss. 4, Fall/Winter 2017, p. 212. 
• “Leviathan.” Carve, Winter 2017, p. 65. 
• “To Fix the Ache.” Carve, Winter 2017, p. 65

EXTERNAL CREATIVE WORK

School of Arts and Humanities:
Tuan Phan, Felontober. 2017.
https://www.instagram.com/collarcriminals/. facebook.com. JPEGs. April 19, 2018.

David Long, Live Performance: Beyond The Score: Prokofiev, Austin Symphony Orchestra, Long Center for the Performing Arts, Austin, TX (Fall 2017)

Morris Stevens, Sight-Reading Success: A Daily Workout for Developing Confidence. Co-author: Stan McGill. Series: Methodology Chorals. Hal Leonard Publications, 2017.

Susan Branch Towne, Costume Design:
• Sylvia at Geva Theatre in Rochester, NY (January 2017).
• Considering Matthew Shepard for Conspirare, Austin, performed (January 2017) and recorded by KLRU-TV for broadcast on PBS in 2018.
• Deathtrap at Syracuse Stage, Syracuse, NY (May 2017).
• A Comedy of Tenors at Pioneer Theatre Company, Salt Lake City, UT (October 2017).
• A Christmas Carol at Zach Theatre, Austin (December 2017).

JURIED AND NON-JURIED SHOWS, FESTIVALS AND PUBLICATIONS

School of Arts and Humanities:
Hollis Hammonds:
• The Beginning of the End of Home..., University of Wisconsin Marathon County, Wausau, WI, 11/6–12/8, 2017.
• Hollis Hammonds, Cecilia Coker Bell Gallery, Coker College, Hartsville, SC, 10/23–11/17, 2017.
• Utopia/Dystopia, Gallery 2, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, 5/1–7/1, 2017.
• The Space Between: Believing and Forgetting, Cannon Gallery of Art, Western Oregon University, OR, 2/22–3/24, 2017.
• Drawn From, Lina Dib, Hollis Hammonds, Leigh Anne Lester, Lorraine Tady, Sam Houston State University, TX, 10/23–11/21, 2017.
• Good Mourning Tis of Thee, DEMO Gallery, Co-Lab Projects, curated by Alyssa Taylor Wendt and Sean Gaulager, Austin, TX, 10/13–11/2, 2017.
• What a Bloody Mess: Hollis Hammonds, Jenn Hassin & Claude Van Lingen, grayDUCK Gallery, Austin, TX, 4/7–5/7, 2017.
• Foundation Drawing: Melissa Cooke, Hollis Hammonds, & Joan Linder, Weeks Gallery, Jamestown Community College, NY, 2/6–3/15,2017.
• Grand Prize award for “Domestic Brutality,” Dave Bown Projects, 14th Semiannual Competition, curated by Alison Hearst, Associate Curator, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; Benjamin Sutton, News
Editor, Hyperallergic, Brooklyn; Jodi Throckmorton, Curator of Contemporary Art, Pennsylvania Academy. 

William Kennedy
• Work acquired by the Beinecke Special Collections Library, Yale University.
• Work acquired by the photo archive at Columbia College, Chicago.
• Thirty-nine print corporate acquisition, CCNG, Inc. (Corpus Christi and Austin, Texas).
• Commissioned by the State of Texas Preservation Board to photograph (large format) 28 large framed pieces from the Texas Capitol.
• Asked to participate in the annual Association of Texas High School Photography convention but declined the invitation due to time constraints.
• Asked to participate in the summer 2018 Santa Fe Workshops program (as a workshop leader) but declined.

Joe Vitone, Family; Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH (Group Show that included Family Records prints; drawn from museum holdings) https://akronartmuseum.org/photos/thumbnails.php?catid=774

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Faculty Scholarship and Creative Expressions, May 2017

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-o...

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)