News - Presented
Monday, February 20, 2017
»Cassio de Oliveira, World Languages and Literatures faculty, gave a talk, “Translation as Literary Authorship in Rewritings of Guy de Maupassant by Tolstoi, Bunin, and Babel,” at the 2017 conference of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and Ea
»Dave Ervin, Environmental Management and Economics emeritus faculty and Institute for Sustainable Solutions fellow, presented "Neighbor and Community Aspects of Herbicide Resistance Management: Insights from a National Survey" at the annual meeting of the
»Anne Greenhoe, Intensive English Language faculty, and Michele Miller, Intensive English Language advisor, presented "Innovative Technology Supporting ESL to Academic Study Transition: Open Access and PebblePad" at the American Association of Intensive En
»Nicole Rigelman, Education faculty, presented two papers, "Positioning Mathematics Teacher Educators to Engage in Political and Media Arenas" and "Assessment and Evaluation of EMS Candidates and Programs, Extended Session" at the annual conference of the
Monday, February 13, 2017
»Alan Cabelly, Business Administration faculty, gave the presentation “Improving Interactions between Members of Different Generations in the Workplace” at the 8th International Research Seminar, organized by the Magellan Research Center, at IAE Lyon Schoo
»Max Nielsen-Pincus, Environmental Science and Management faculty, presented the seminar “Using Community Key Informant Surveys to Help Prioritize Fuels Treatments” to the National Wildland Fire Leadership Team on Oct. 3, in Fort Collins, Colo.
»John Nimmo, Curriculum and Instruction faculty, was a co-presenter in a featured session, "Social Justice Education in a Time of Change and Uncertainty: Responding to the Challenges and Opportunities for Anti-Bias Educators," at the National Association f
Monday, February 6, 2017
»John Hellermann, Applied Linguistics faculty, gave an invited talk, "Sequential and Experienced Actions: Using Conversation Analysis to Investigate ‘Learning,’" at the Interactional Competences and Practices in a Second Language meeting at the University
»Kimberly Kahn and Joel Steele, Psychology faculty, and student Jean McMahon presented the talk "How Suspect Race Affects Police Use of Force" at the Social Psychology, Policy and Law Preconference in San Antonio, Jan. 19.
»Kimberly Kahn, Psychology faculty, and student Katherine Lee presented a talk, "Protecting Whiteness: White Phenotypic Racial Stereotypicality Reduces Police Use of Force," at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in San
Monday, January 30, 2017
»Patricia Wetzel, World Languages and Literature emerita faculty, presented an invited lecture, “Aristotle meets Sei Shonagon: Figures of Speech in Japanese Advertising,” at the University of Pittsburgh’s National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, Jan. 2
»Kathi Inman Berens, English faculty, convened a panel and presented two papers at the national Modern Language Association conference in Philadelphia. The panel was "Border Crossings: Feminism in AR, Videogames and Electronic Literature.” Her second paper
»Pat Boas, Art + Design faculty, participated in a panel discussion coinciding with the closing of the exhibition Contemporary Prints from Crow's Shadow. Moderated by Charles Froelick, president of the board of Crow's Shadow, the panel of six Oregon artist
»Bennett Gilbert, University Studies instructor, had his paper, “What the History of Early Printing Can Learn from the History of Early Photography,” read at the Making of the Humanities V conference, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Oct. 5-7.
»Cynthia Mohr and Leslie Hammer, Psychology faculty, and students Sarah Haverly and Alicia Starkey presented the poster "Drinking and Intimacy Among Spouses: Findings from a Daily Dyadic Study of Military Couples" at the annual meeting of the Society for P
»Sarah Arpin, PSU alumna, Cynthia Mohr and Leslie Hammer, Psychology faculty, and students Alicia Starkey and Sarah Haverly presented "'A Well Spent Day Brings Happy Sleep': Findings from a Dyadic Study of Capitalization Support" at the annual meeting of t
»Students Alicia Starkey and Sarah Haverly, and Cynthia Mohr and Leslie Hammer, Psychology faculty, presented the poster "Touch and Dyadic Resilience: A Study of Veterans and Their Romantic Partners" at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and
Monday, January 23, 2017
»Maria Beebe, Anthropology, organized and led a multi-stakeholder workshop on TechWomen: Driving ICT, Innovation and Collaboration in Central Asia and South Asia at the Internet Governance Forum held in Jalisco, Mexico, Dec. 7.
»Gerardo Lafferriere, Mathematics and Statistics faculty, gave a presentation, "Towards a Complete Characterization of Vulnerability of Networked Synchronization Processes," at the 55th Conference on Decision and Control in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Dec. 14.