News - May 2012 - Administration
Monday, May 14, 2012
»Talya Bauer, Business Administration faculty, receives the Distinguished Teaching Contributions Award from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology for her contributions as an educator, innovator, and mentor.
»Randall Bluffstone, Economics faculty, presents "REDD+ and Community-Controlled Forests in Low-Income Countries: Any Hope for a Linkage?" at the World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, World Bank, Washington, D.C., April 24.
»Berrin Erdogan and Talya Bauer, Business Administration faculty, co-chair, facilitate, and present sessions at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Diego, April 26-28. Together, they facilitate a session titl
»Harrell Fletcher, Art faculty, presents a lecture and project for the Art Education Masters program at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Va., May 2.
»David Johns, Political Science faculty, presents a paper, “Reconnecting the Western Wildway: Biology and Politics,” at Biodiversity Without Borders, the Nature Serve and Natural Heritage Conference, Portland, April 22-26.
»Junghee Lee, Art faculty, co-organizes the Prehistoric and Ancient Arts and Pan'gudae (Bangudae) Petroglyphs of Ulsan, Korea, with the Bangudae Petroglyphs Institute of the University of Ulsan and the Korea Institute of Harvard University. She was invited
»Sean Kohles, Mechanical and Materials Engineering faculty, presents a poster, "Biomateriomics: Multiscale Investigations in Cell and Tissue Engineering" co-authored by Shelley Mason, Biology doctoral candidate, and Randy Zelick, Biology faculty, at Biomed
»Inger Olsen, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presents "Realism and Predestination in Kirsten Thorup's Novel Himmel og Helvede [Heaven and Hell]" at the 102nd annual Society for Advancement of Scandinavian Study conference in Salt Lake City, May 3
»Lauren Simon, Business Administration faculty, presents a paper, “Placing Personality in Context: Linking Work and Within-individual Personality Variation,” and was a presenter in the session titled “Expanding New Frontiers of OCB Research: Context Matter
»Janet Walker, Regional Research and Social Work faculty, presents an invited keynote, "Policy Themes in Community and State Support for Comprehensive Transition Systems," at the annual grantee meeting for the Healthy Transitions Initiative in the Substanc