News - Portland State University
Sunday, October 18, 2015
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»Karen Karavanic, Computer Science faculty, received a three-year National Science Foundation award of $407,568 for her project "System Infrastructure for SMM-based Runtime Integrity Management."
»Karen Karavanic, Computer Science faculty, received a one-year National Science Foundation award of $58,610 for the project "Infrastructure for Collaborative Faculty Textbook Communities," a collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
»Charles Klein, Anthropology faculty, received a three-year, $133,726 grant from the National Science Foundation for the project “Collaborative Research: Social Mobility, Poverty Reduction and Democracy in an Emerging Middle Class,” on which he is a princi
»Kevin Kecskes, Public Administration faculty, and Barbara Tint, Conflict Resolution faculty, received another year of federal grant funding for the U.S. Department of State / Middle Eastern Partnership Initiative grant. The 2016-17 grant total is $290,000
»Anna Coleman-Hulbert, Biology doctoral candidate, and Suzanne Estes, Biology faculty, authored a paper titled “Selfish Mitochondrial DNA Proliferates and Diversifies in Small, but Not Large, Experimental Populations of Caenorhabditis briggisae” published
»Randall Bluffstone, Economics faculty, coauthored a paper titled "Community Forests, Carbon Sequestration and REDD+: Evidence from Ethiopia," published in Environment and Development Economics.
»Sheila Martin, Institute of Metropolitan Studies director, coauthored the article “The Structure of Policy-Induced Innovation Networks in Slovenia,” published in the European Journal of Innovation Management, Vol. 18, Issue 4.
»Ken Stedman, Biology faculty, authored an article titled “Deep Recombination: RNA and ssDNA Virus Genes in DNA Virus and Host Genomes” published in Annual Reviews in Virology.
»Todd Rosenstiel, Biology faculty, and Physics student Will Porter authored "Reducing the Negative Human Health Impacts of Bioenergy Crop Emissions Through Region-Specific Crop Selection" published in Environmental Research Letters.
»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