News - October 2013 - Presented
Monday, October 7, 2013
»Elizabeth Almer, Business Administration faculty, presented “Tenure Track Opt-Outs: Leakages from the Academic Pipeline” at the Accounting Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand conference in Perth, Australia, July 7 to 9. It was the recipient o
»Brian Bolton, Business Administration faculty, presented “Corporate Social Responsibility and Bank Performance” at the Financial Globalization and Sustainable Finance: Implications for Policy and Practice conference at the University of Stellenbosch, Cape
»Sue Brower, Theatre and Film faculty, presented "The Monstrous and the New Musical" at the University Film and Video Association Conference at Chapman University in Orange, Calif., Aug. 3.
»Scott Burns, Geology faculty, presented the keynote address "Risk Estimation and Reduction of Geological Hazards: Examples From Oregon" at the International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment’s International Symposium and 9th Asian Re
»John Caughman, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, was selected to present at the 2013 Kieval Lecture Series at Southern Oregon University in Ashland, May 30 to 31. During his visit, he gave three public lectures: "Rainbow Spanning Trees: Two Ways to Deco
»Marek Elzanowski, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, presented "Homogeneous Spaces and Defective Elastic Crystals" at the 22nd International Fall Workshop on Geometry and Physics, held at the University of Evora, Portugal, Sept. 2 to 5. The talk was base
»Berrin Erdogan, Business Administration faculty, played many roles at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Aug. 9 to 13. She was a facilitator in the organizational behavior research incubator; presented a paper “Thin
»Harrell Fletcher, Art and Design faculty, and staff from the Exploratorium Center for Art and Inquiry in San Francisco gave free public demonstrations, screenings, and talks during a project titled "The Best Things in Museums Are the Windows" throughout t
»Jay Gopalakrishnan, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, gave a seminar at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Caleta Numerica, Valparaíso, Chile, in March.
»Per Henningsgaard, English faculty, presented “Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in Literature and Book History Research" at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute in Victoria, British Columbia, June 7. He was awarded a tuition scholarship to attend
»Jon Holt, World Languages and Literatures faculty, presented a lecture, “Ticket to Salvation: Nichiren Buddhism in Miyazawa Kenji’s ‘Night on the Galactic Railroad,” for the students and faculty of the World Languages and Literature department at Furman U
»Alastair Hunt, English faculty, presented “The Politics of Wild Surmise” at the Sawyer Seminar “Biopolitics: Life in Past and Present,” Center for Humanities, University of Wisconsin, Madison, May 3 to 4.
»Tom Larsen, Library faculty, co-presented "Adventures in Collaborative Technical Services: Past, Present, and Future with the Orbis Cascade Alliance," as part of a session titled “Next Generation Technical Services: Improving Access and Discovery through
»Richard Lycan and Charles Rynerson, Population Research Center, presented “Evaluating Community Analyst for Use in School Demography Studies” at the 2013 Environmental Systems Research Institute Education Conference, San Diego, July 6 and 7.
»Sheila Martin, Population Research Center faculty, presented "Improving the Flow of Information Through Technology Networks: A Case Study of Policy in Slovenia" to the Science and Technology Council of the Republic of Slovenia, June 4.
»Nathan McClintock, Urban Studies and Planning faculty, presented a keynote lecture, "L'agriculture Urbaine et la Justice Alimentaire: Limites et Possibilités" (Urban Agriculture and Food Justice: Limits and Possibilities), at the 5th annual Urban Agricult
»Swapna Mukhopadhyay, Curriculum and Instruction faculty, presented "Non-Literate Indian Boat-Builders: Vernacular Engineering and the Rigor of Reality" at the European Conference on Educational Research, Istanbul, Turkey, Sept. 13. It was part of a sympos
»Desiree Pacheco, Business Administration faculty, was a facilitator in a session titled “The Long Jump: How to Succeed in a North American Stage of your Career” and presented two papers: “Firm Responses to Social Movement Pressures: A Competitive Dynamics
»Neil Ramiller, Business Administration faculty, presented “Reconsidering Resistance in the Post-Human Era” at the meeting of the Association for Information Systems in Chicago, Aug. 15 to 17.
»Ken Ruoff, History faculty, gave a lecture, "Imperial Japan at its Zenith," at the Graduate School for International Studies, Seoul National University, South Korea.
»Mara Tableman, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, during her year-long sabbatical leave 2012-2013, taught her “Block Course in Survival Analysis” for the Advanced Studies in Applied Statistics (Weiterbildungs-Lehrgang in Statistik) at the Swiss Federal I
»Sully Taylor, Business Administration faculty, had her paper titled "Think Globally, Act Locally: Interaction of Management Commitment to the Environment and Employees " presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management in Lake Buena Vista, Fla
»Pam Tierney, Business Administration faculty, was facilitator in “LMX Research Incubator,” chaired a session titled “LMX and Beyond!” and presented a paper titled “Temporal Model of Creative Idea Implementation Among Routine Workers” at the annual meeting
»Vikki Vandiver, Social Work faculty, was interviewed by NPR "Morning Edition" host Peter W. Gray about her upcoming conference presentations to the Mental Health Centers of Central Illinois, a Memorial Health System affiliate in Springfield, Ill., July 18
»JJP Veerman, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, gave two research seminars at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, N.M., on June 18. The titles were "Rank Driven Evolution" and "Control of Transients in the Synchronization of Oscillator Networks."
»Erica Wagner, Business Administration faculty, presented “TUM Revisited: A Symbolic Process Perspective” at the European Conference on Information Systems, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands, June 5 to 8.