Matthew Kuhn, Shiley School of Engineering, published “Stress fluctuations during monotonic loading of dense three-dimensional granular materials,” (with Ali Daouadji), in Granular Matter, February 2019.
Aziz Inan, Shiley School of Engineering, had his article, “Luke Perry’s Death Summed Up in Numbers,” published in the March 6, 2019 edition of the Portland Tribune. See the article here.
Courtney Campbell, Shepard Academic Resource Center, presented “Improving Your Communication with Yes, And” at the annual Oregon Women in Higher Education Conference in Gleneden Beach, OR, January 2019. She also co-facilitated a discussion on the topic “Orientation Program Techniques for Smaller Institutions” at the annual Conference on the First-Year Experience in Las Vegas, NV, February 2019.
Matthew Warshawsky, international languages and cultures, presented “Confluence and Conflict: A Space for Jews among Muslims and Christians in Medieval Spain” to middle school students at Congregation Beth Israel in Portland on February 24.
Amber Vermeesch, nursing, presented “Prevalence of and Coping Strategies for Inappropriate Patient Sexual Behavior in Nursing Baccalaureate Education,” a poster presentation with Halina Wyss, at Oregon Nursing Research & Quality Consortium 10th Annual Oregon Nursing Research & Quality Consortium conference, Portland, OR, April 15, 2019. Vermeesch, A. (2019). Vermeesch and Wyss also presented “Stressors & Coping Strategies Unique to Undergraduate Nursing Students Based on Adult Attachment Style” at the same conference.
Simon Aihiokhai, theology, reviewed Born from Lament. The Theology and Politics of Hope in Africa by Emmanuel Katongole, Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2017, in Horizons volume 45, Issue 2 (December 2018): 471 – 472.
Patrick Murphy, performing and fine arts, has been named the inaugural Guest Conductor of the Bridge City Youth Band. The band, under the umbrella of the Rose City Gay Freedom Bands, is open to all students regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity and is devoted to helping bridge communication both musically and personally between diverse communities. The ensemble will present a summer concert in Director Park in downtown Portland on June 28.
Nicole Ralston, Jacqueline Waggoner, and Jim Carroll of the School of Education presented a paper titled “A Focus on Performance Assessment: An Examination of Concurrent Validity of the edTPA and CPAST” on February 28 at the annual conference at the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) in Louisville, Kentucky. Waggoner and Carroll also led a leadership workshop on CAEP national accreditation on February 21 at The Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education (AILACTE) at its annual conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
Hillary Merk, Randy Hetherington, Bruce Weitzel, James Carroll, and Jacqueline Waggoner, in the School of Education, presented two papers at the annual conference of the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education (AILACTE) in Louisville, KY., February 22, 2019. The title of the first paper was “Persisting in the Profession: Early Career Focus Groups for New Teacher Induction,” and the second paper was titled “Using Employer Data to Assess Program Effectiveness.”