News - Presented
Monday, March 30, 2015
»Scott Burns, Geology emeritus faculty, presented a keynote talk on "Terroir of Wine Soils" at the national field trip of the Soil Science Society of America to the Napa and Sonoma valleys of California, March 10.
»Jesse Locker, Art History faculty, will deliver a presentation titled “Reinventing Artemisia. The Formation of an Artist” at the conference Artemisia Gentileschi: Interpreting New Evidence, Assessing New Attributions, in Florence, Italy, May 6-7.
»Annabelle Dolidon, World Languages and Literature faculty, gave a conference presentation titled “La Science-fiction dans la cour des grands” at the International Colloquium of 20th-and 21st-century French and Francophone Literature, Baton Rouge, La., dur
»Dacia Daescu, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, presented research titled “Toward New Applications of the Adjoint Tools in 4D-Var Data Assimilation” to the SIAM Conference in Computational Science and Engineering, March 14-18 in Salt Lake City. Daescu a
»Michael McGregor, English faculty, led a two-night seminar on PSU alumnus Mitchell S. Jackson’s novel The Residue Years, as part of the Oregon Literary Arts Delve series, Feb. 26 and March 5. The Residue Years is the Multnomah County Library's Everybody R
»J. Turner Masland, Library, presented "Harvesting the Cloud: Utilizing Google Apps to Increase Collaboration" at Online Northwest 2015, Corvallis, Feb. 13.
»Masami Nishishiba, Public Administration faculty, moderated the panel "Outreaching and Engaging Multicultural Communities for More Equitable Local Government Services and Operations" and presented a paper titled "Valuing, Enabling and Managing (VEM) Diver
»Ken Ruoff, History faculty, presented a public lecture titled “Memory Wars in East Asia II: Master Narratives of Modern Korean History told in Museums in Korea," at PSU, Feb. 26.
»J.J.P. Veerman, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, delivered a public lecture on complex behavior in simple physical systems for the Dynamical Systems Seminar Series, at the University of Patras in Greece, March 5.
»Sarah A. Bunton, University Studies, presented two posters at the national conference Career Flexibility for Biomedical Faculty of Today and Tomorrow, held in Boston in March. The posters were titled "Vital Signs: Mid- and Late-Career Vitality and Transit
Monday, March 9, 2015
»Scott Burns, Geology emeritus faculty, presented three keynotes in February: "Urban Landslides and the Effects of the Oso Landslide in Washington" at the 63rd Annual Geotechnical Engineering Conference, University of Minnesota, Feb. 20; "Landslides: the P
»Sarah A. Bunton, University Studies faculty, presented in three sessions at the International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions held in Singapore in February. The sessions were titled "Understanding the Faculty Development Needs
»Jill Emery, Library faculty, co-presented "From Social to Scholarly and Back Again" at Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, Austin, Texas, Feb. 24.
»Tucker Childs, Applied Linguistics faculty, delivered a paper titled "Busy Intersections: A Framework for Revitalizing Dying Languages in Sierra Leone, West Africa" at the Fourth Annual International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation a
»Meiru Liu, Business Administration and Confucius Institute faculty, gave three invited presentations in China in December and January: “The Function of Confucius Classrooms in Primary and Secondary Schools in Oregon” at the Ninth Confucius Institute Globa
»Ramin Farahmandpur, Educational Leadership and Policy faculty, presented a paper titled "Spacializing Race, Racializing Space: Applications of Foucault’s Heterotopia in Challenging Institutional Racism in Higher Education" at the 11th Annual Globalization
»Swapna Mukhopadhyay, Curriculum and Instruction faculty, presented a paper titled “Cultural Responsiveness and Its Role in Humanizing Mathematics Education” at the Ninth Congress of European Research in Mathematics Education, Prague, Feb. 4-8.
»Marilyn Moody, Library dean, appeared on a panel titled "Fundraising for Affordability: Well, Somebody's Got to Pay for It" at the Textbook Affordability Conference, San Diego, Feb. 12.
»Kaia Sand, Honors College adjunct faculty, gave the closing lecture and performance for “Passing it On,” an art and poetry installation on display in the first floor of the Academic and Recreation Center, Feb. 25. Sand will be available Tuesdays at 2 p.m.