Deirdre Katz, psychological sciences, presented a poster titled “Transgenerational Prosociality: The Relationship between Resilience and Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia during Moral Elevation Induction in Mother-Infant-Grandmother Triads” at the International Convention of Psychological Sciences (ICPS) in Paris, France, on March 9, 2019, with preliminary analyses from an early career grant belonging to Sarina Saturn, from the National Science Foundation grant exploring the development of prosociality.
Shawn Records, performing and fine arts, has a photography exhibit entitled, “Now is the Time” on display as part of the UK’s FORMAT International Photography Festival. The show runs through April 14 and features Shawn’s photographic observations of sleepy, coastal towns over a five-year period, and offers “an insight into the eternity of the everyday, punctuated with intermittent bursts of activity, both glorious and tragic.” See more here.
Bob Butler, environmental studies emeritus, and Jenda Johnson, Earth Science Animated, published “Earthquake: Foreshock—Mainshock—Aftershock,” an animated exploration of aftershocks, which are the hundreds of smaller earthquakes that follow large earthquakes, and foreshocks that sometimes precede major and great earthquakes. Animation can be found on the IRIS website here or on YouTube.
Lorretta Krautscheid, nursing; Sam Williams and Ben Kahn, information services; and education major Katie Adams had their paper, “Untethered lecture capture: A qualitative investigation of college student experiences,” published in Journal of Educational Technology, 0 (0); 115. See more here.
Carolyn James, mathematics, presented a webinar, “Peer Observation for Tutoring” to the National Math Tutoring Center Directors Association, March 2019. She presented “Defining the Varied Structures of Tutoring Centers: Laying a Foundation for Future Research” (with Cameron Byerley, Deborah Moore-Russo, Melissa Mills, Brian Rickard, and Carolyn Johns), “Mathematical Knowledge for Tutoring Undergraduate Mathematics” (with Linda Burks), and “Spreading Evidence-Based Instructional Practices: Modeling Change Using Peer Observation” (with Tara Prestholdt, Valerie Peterson, Eric Anctil, Stephanie Salomone,and Heather Dillon) at the 22nd Annual Conference on Research on Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Oklahoma City, OK, February 2019.
Hannah Highlander, mathematics, had her article, “A ‘Rule of Five’ Framework for Models and Modeling to Unify Mathematicians and Biologists and Improve Student Learning” (with Kam Dahlquist, Glenn Ledder, Carrie Eaton, M. Drew Lamar, Richard Schugart) in Primus 1-24, March 2019. See the article here.
Matt Daily, Shepard Academic Resource Center, presented “Portland’s Pilots: How First Generation Student Mentors Help Their Peers Navigate and Maneuver College” at the annual Northwest College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) Conference, held Saturday, March 2, in McMinnville, Oregon.
Rebecca Smith, education, presented “Going beyond the classroom: Using virtual reality to enhance classroom learning” (with Nicole Ralston, Benjamin Gallegos, and students Sophia Aguirre, Isabel Tubao, and Mayetta Martel) at the Oregon Association of Teacher Educators (ORATE) annual conference, Portland, OR, March 2019.
Alice Gates, social work, published “Rights education without rights? Rights workshops and undocumented immigrants in the U.S.” (with co-author Kathleen Tipler) the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. the article is based on Gates’ ethnographic research examining an immigrant worker center in the U.S. midwest.
Cara Poor, engineering, had her article, “Evaluation of water treatment residuals in bioretention planters to reduce phosphorus levels in stormwater” (with Anne MacDonald, Kari Duncan, and student coauthor Katie Conkle) in Environmental Engineering Science 36: 265-272, March 2019.