Hannah Highlander, mathematics, had her article, “Modeling and Cost Benefit Analysis to Guide Deployment of POC Diagnostics for Non-typhoidal Salmonella Infections with Antimicrobial Resistance” (with coauthors Carrie Manore, Shailja Jakhar, Harshini Mukundan and student coauthors Todd Graham, Alexa Carr, Alicia Feryn) in Scientific reports , 9 (1), pp.1-17. See the article here.
Karen Eifler, Garaventa Center, was invited to give the opening convocation for the faculty and staff of St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, on “Delivering Our LaSallian Mission” at their main campus in Winona, Minnesota on August 20, 2019.
Barb Braband, nursing, presented a collaborative research project, “Interprofessional Education Innovation: A Palliative Care Interview Project Implementing Photovoice and Narrative Reflection,” at the Sigma Theta Tau 2019 International Congress in Calgary, Canada, on July 27, 2019. Coauthors included Rebecca Gaudino, theology, and Anissa Rogers, sociology & social work.
Pat McDonald, marketing & communications, and Frances Pimentel, marketing & communications, received the University & College Designers Association’s Excellence Award for Integrated Campaign for the Wonder Admissions Campaign.
Jim Baillie, philosophy, had his paper “The Recognition of Nothingness” published in the journal Philosophical Studies.