News - Portland State University
Monday, May 30, 2016
»Pat Boas, Art + Design faculty, will be featured in two solo exhibitions as part of “The Portland2016 Biennial," presented by Disjecta Contemporary Art Center and curated by Michelle Grabner. Disjecta’s Biennial will engage sites across Oregon from July 9
»Peter Boghossian, Philosophy faculty, co-authored "The Storm at Yale: Frustration, Rage and Opportunity," published in CounterPunch magazine, May 20.
»Paula Carder, Gretchen Luhr and Jacklyn Kohon, Institute on Aging faculty, co-authored a paper titled "Differential Health and Social Needs of Older Adults Waitlisted for Public Housing or Housing Choice Vouchers," published in the Journal of Aging and So
»Andrew Fountain, Geology faculty, co-authored with graduate student Gunnar Johnson "The Differing Biogeochemical and Microbial Signatures of Glaciers and Rock Glaciers" in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, Vol. 121: pp. 919-932.
»Andrew Fountain, Geology faculty, co-authored "Distributed Modeling of Ablation (1996-2011) and Climate Sensitivity on the Glaciers of Taylor Valley, Antarctica," published in the Journal of Glaciology.
»Rossitza B. Wooster, Economics faculty, co-authored the article “Equity Commitment under Uncertainty: A Hierarchical Model of Real Option Entry Mode Choices,” published in International Business Review, Vol. 25: pp. 382-394.
»Susan Kirtley, English faculty, wrote a review of Drawn from the Classics: Essays on Graphic Adaptations of Literary Works, published in the most recent issue of English Literature in Translation: 1880-1920.
»Talya Bauer and David Caughlin, Business Administration faculty, were co-chairs of the session titled "Alliance Special Session: Big Data: Grappling with Definitions and Issues with International Implications” at the annual meeting of Society for Industri
»David Cadiz and Allison Ellis, Business Administration adjunct faculty, presented in “Friday Seminar: Effective Organizational Socialization and Onboarding” at the annual meeting of Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology in Anaheim, Calif.,
»Dan Connolly, Business Administration dean, was a panelist in a session titled “Building a More Diverse and Inclusive Business School” at the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business 2016 International Conference and Annual Meeting in Boston,
»Lisa Hawash, Social Work faculty, presented “Facilitating Sustainable Recruitment, Retention and Community Building in an Online MSW Program” at the Social Work Distance Education conference in Indianapolis, April 14.
»Clive Knights and Travis Bell, Architecture faculty, co-presented a paper titled "Making it Work Versus Making it Matter: Architecture as Tool or as Poem" at the 2016 American Institute of Architects Oregon Design Conference, Salishan, Lincoln City, May 5
»Sheila Martin, Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, presented "A Tale of Three Cities: Portland" at the 50th annual Pacific Northwest Regional Economics Conference, May 12.
»Bob Liebman, Sociology faculty, presented "Mussar 2.0 as Modern Jewish Movement: A Field Report" at the April 2016 meetings of the Western Jewish Studies Association.
»Anne McClanan, Art History faculty, presented work connected with her University Studies Capstone "Connecting with the Past Online: The Medieval Portland Case Study" at the HASTAC Digital Humanities Conference in Tempe, Ariz., May 13.
»Mellie Pullman, Business Administration faculty, presented “Going Pro: What Does a Beer Really Cost and Can You Make Money?” at the Pacific Northwest Homebrewers Convention in Vancouver, Wash., March 4-5.
»Charles Rynerson, Urban and Public Affairs, presented "Demographic Trends: Oregon and Portland Metro," at the 50th annual Pacific Northwest Regional Economics Conference, May 13.
»Kathi Inman Berens, English faculty, was invited by Stacey Mason from University of Califonia, Santa Cruz, to judge hypertext artwork in the media arts show of the Association for Computer Machinery Hypertext conference in Halifax, Canada, July 10-13.
»Judy BlueHorse Skelton, Indigenous Nations Studies faculty, and students Savahna Jackson, Sequoia Breck and Maiya Osife presented "Indigenization of Western Land Management Practices with Traditional Ecological Knowledge" and "Reclaiming the Urban Forest