News - October 2012 - College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Monday, October 29, 2012
»Eva Thanheiser, Mathematics and Statistic faculty, presented "Using Interviews With Preservice Teachers as a Tool to Motivate Them to Learn Mathematics" at Teacher of Teachers of Mathematics, Ashland, in September.
»David Ervin, Economics faculty, co-authored “Motivations and Barriers to Corporate Environmental Management” published in Business Strategy and the Environment.
»Jay Gopalakrishnan, Mathematical and Statistics faculty, co-authored "Instability in a Generalized Keller-Segel Model" published in the Journal of Biological Dynamics, Vol. 6, 2012, pp. 974–991.
»Jon Holt, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented a paper, "Lost in Seattle: What Does Nagai Kafu’s Encounter with the American Northwest Tell Us about Japanese Travel and Immigration Accounts of the Early 1900s?" at the 2012 meeting of the Pac
»Suwako Watanabe, World Languages and Literatures faculty, was an invited panelist and gave a presentation titled “Japanese/Chinese Community-Based Learning Course at Portland State University” for the Berkeley Language Center Lecture Series at University
»Leerom Medovoi, English faculty, co-hosted a symposium on the University of California Berkeley campus, Oct. 18-19. Medovoi worked closely with a faculty member in the UC Ethnic Studies department. The symposium gathered a group of distinguished national
»Annabelle Dolidon, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented "To Discipline and Punish in French Science Fiction: An Anticipatory Return to the Body" at the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association conference in Seattle, Oct. 19-21. She al
»John Hall, Economics and International Studies faculty, organized the four paper panel "Theoretical Philosophy and Evolutionary Thinking" and co-presented the co-authored paper "Subreption and Institutional Inquiry" at the 24th annual meeting of the Europ
»Wim Laven, Conflict Resolution, presented "Forgiveness: A Tool for Peace, Justice, and Human Rights, at Concerned Philosophers for Peace Theme: “Struggles for Recognition: Individuals, Peoples, and States” 2012 Conference, Oct. 27, 2012 Mercer University,