Currently Accolades: Published/Exhibited for March 29, 2021

Woman sits in front of sculptures


  1. Berrin Erdogan, business faculty, published “Perceived Overqualification and Task Performance: Reconciling Two Opposing Pathways” in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 
  2. Kathryn Farr, sociology faculty  emeritus, published “Intellectual Disability and Mental Illness Among Women Sentenced to Death in the U.S.: Constitutional and Evidentiary Dilemmas” in Punishment & Society.
  3. Kari Goin Kono, Office of Academic Innovation, and Sonja Taylor, university studies faculty, co-authored “Using an Ethos of Care to Bridge the Digital Divide: Exploring Faculty Narratives During a Global Pandemic,” published in Online Learning.
  4. Susan Kirtley, English faculty, published a chapter titled “More Than a Cockroach: Dreaming and Surviving in Will Eisner’s ‘A Life Force’” in the book “Immigrants and Comics: Graphic Spaces of Remembrance, Transaction and Mimesis,” published by Routledge.
  5. Clive Knights, architecture faculty, was selected to exhibit his collages in a three-person art show at Laura Vincent Design and Gallery in the Pearl District of Portland, running March 3-30. Knights’ portion of the exhibition is titled “Precipitations.”
  6. John Nimmo, curriculum and instruction faculty, co-produced a short film titled “Reflecting on Anti-Bias Education in Practice: The Early Years.” 
  7. Carolyn Quam, speech and hearing sciences faculty, co-authored “Impacts of Acoustic-phonetic Variability on Perceptual Development For Spoken Language: A Review,” published in WIRES Cognitive Science.