News - Presented
Monday, October 5, 2015
»Talya Bauer, Business Administration faculty, gave a webinar hosted by SAP Software Solutions on the topic of “Maximizing Strategic Offboarding Success” for about 300 registrants on Aug. 13.
»Melissa Appleyard, Business Administration faculty, presented “The Strategic Costs and Benefits of Open Strategy” in the showcase symposium Open Strategy and Open Governance: Practices and Technologies at the annual meeting of Academy of Management, Vanco
»Tucker Childs, Applied Linguistics faculty, attended the Eighth World Conference on African Linguistics at Kyoto University in Japan, Aug. 21-24. He was invited to give a plenary address, "What’s Really Areal? Evaluating Macro-Sudan and Claims for Arealit
»Silvia Boero, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented a paper titled “A Brief History of Gender Studies in the USA: 1970–Today” at the Conference of Contemporary History in Senigallia, Italy, June 13-14.
»Dacian Daescu, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, gave a presentation titled "The Impact of Correlated Observational Errors in High-Resolution Atmospheric Data Assimilation" at the SIAM Conference on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Geoscienc
»Debra Clemans, Office of International Affairs, presented on the panel "How Many Is Too Many and What Do We Do About It?" and presented a poster titled "Fulbright Professional Development Opportunities for Advisors and Directors" at the National Associati
»John Hall, Economics and International Studies faculty, presented the coauthored paper: "Russian Reactions and Pointed Challenges to the 'Struggle for Existence' in Evolutionary Thinking,' at the 27th annual conference of the European Association for Evol
»Craig Epplin, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented "Mobility as Experiment" at the Transnational(ist) Mexico Conference at the University of Maryland, Sept. 26.
»Kevin Kecskes, Public Administration faculty, presented a workshop for Fulbright students for PSU’s Intensive English Language Program.
»Eric Holmes, Communication and Business Administration adjunct faculty, presented "Bridging the Gap: Folklore in the English and Social Studies Classroom" at the Oregon Council of Teachers of English 2015 conference in Portland, Oct. 3.
»Richard Lycan, Institute on Aging faculty, presented “Adaptive Kernel Density in Demographic Analysis” at the Environmental Systems Research Institute User Group Meeting in San Diego during July.
»Desiree Pacheco, Business Administration faculty, presented two papers at the annual meeting of Academy of Management in Vancouver, B.C., Aug. 7-11: “A Collaborative Governance Model for Addressing Complex Problems” in the symposium Opening Governance of
»Michael McGregor, English faculty, is doing readings around the country this fall from his new book, Pure Act: the Uncommon Life of Robert Lax, published Sept. 21 by Fordham University Press. Reading dates and details are available on his website.
»Anna-Louise Reysenbach, Biology faculty, presented an invited oral presentation, “Novel Thermophilic Nanoarchaeota,” at the Thermophiles 2015 meeting in Santiago, Chile, Aug. 30-Sept. 4.
»Rahul Raghavan, Biology faculty, and graduate student Jess Milar presented a poster titled “Coxiella burnetii and Leishmania mexicana Residing Within Similar Parasitophorous Vacuoles Elicit Discordant Host Responses” at the 115th general meeting of the Am
»Shung Jae Shin, Business Administration faculty, presented a paper titled “Strategic Organizational Change and Organizational Creativity: A Complexity Perspective” at the annual meeting of Academy of Management in Vancouver, B.C., Aug. 7-11.
»Ken Ruoff, History faculty, presented a lecture on the theme of “An American Perspective on Korea-Japan Relations” at the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History in Seoul, South Korea, Sept. 15.
»Ken Stedman, Biology faculty, and Bill Wood, Engineering faculty, have their work featured in a new exhibit at OMSI titled “Nanoland,” running through December.
»Gerry Sussman, Urban Studies and Planning and International Studies faculty, and student Carey Higgins-Dobney presented a paper titled "The Planned Obsolescence of TV Journalism" at the annual meeting of the International Association of Media and Communic