Aziz Inan, Shiley School of Engineering, had his brain teaser, “A Number of Reasons to Celebrate Gert Boyle,” published in the Portland Tribune on December 4, 2019.
Barb Braband, Rebecca Gaudino, and Anissa Rogers received a Teaching Poster Award for the presentation of “Innovations in Interdisciplinary Education on Grief: An Interview Project” at the 2019 National Symposium for Academic Palliative Care Education and Research in San Diego, CA, on Oct. 12, 2019. The 2019 National Symposium was sponsored by the Shiley Institute for Palliative Care.
Jane Scott, Clark Library, presented a poster, “Empowering ethical practices: Activities for access services” (with Heidi Senior) at the Access Services Conference, Atlanta, GA, November 2019.
Christina Ivler, Shiley School of Engineering, wrote “Frequency-Response and Frequency-Domain Models” and “Classical Frequency-Domain Design Methods” (with J. David Powell) and “Control System Optimization Methods in the Frequency Domain” in Baillieul J., Samad T. (eds) Encyclopedia of Systems and Control. Springer, London, 2019.
Buck Taylor, chemistry, wrote “Cooperative CO2 Scission by Anomalous Insertion into a Rh–Si Bond” (with Matthew Whited, Daron Janzen, and student coauthors Michael Trenerry, Jia Zhang, Theodore Donnell, Paul Peterson, Vanessa Eng) in Organometallics , November 2019 , 38 , 4420–4432.
Ami Ahern-Rindell, biology, was invited to be a member of a 3-person review panel to participate in onsite campus visits during October 29 – November 1 to review several PUIs (Predominantly Undergraduate Institutions) in Oklahoma who are recipients of an NIH-INBRE Consortium Award. This multi-million dollar grant provides funding for 5 years to improve biomedical research across the state of Oklahoma collaboratively between research intensive universities, PUIs, and Community Colleges.
Lora Looney, international languages and cultures, gave a faculty workshop on “Unpacking the Project First to Identify a Course’s Driving Question(s) Towards Teaching for Understanding” at the 39th Original Lilly Conference on College Teaching at Miami University in Oxford, OH, on November 22.