Jordyn Wolfand, Shiley School of Engineering, contributed “SWMM Sensitivity to LID Siting and Routing Parameters: Implications for Stormwater Regulatory Compliance” (with Chelsea L. Panos, Terri S. Hogue) in Journal of the American Water Resources Association 1-20 at https://doi.org/10.1111/1752-1688.12867, June 2020.
Stephanie Salomone, mathematics, presented a poster, “Formative Peer Observation for Instructional Change” (with Tara Prestholdt, Valerie Peterson, Eric Anctil, Heather Dillon) at the Network of STEM Education Centers 2020 National Conference, virtual conference, June 2020.
Jeffrey White, international languages & cultures, served as moderator and host: Integrations with MS Teams: Lessons from Madisonville Community College National online meeting of the LRNASST Teams User Group (with Brandi Stout, Emily Janssen), May 2020. He also served as moderator and co-host for “Reaching students and training peer educators” at Northwest College Reading and Learning Association Tides of Change Lunch Series (with Adrienne Beebe, Liz Coleman), June 2020.
Karen Eifler, Garaventa Center, was an invited panelist for the webinar “Disruption as Gift: Re-Calibrating Our Loves,” convened by Trinity Academy for a national audience on May 18. Eifler and other panelists responded to the keynote by Dr. James K. A. Smith of Calvin College.
Aziz Inan, Shiley School of Engineering, contributed an article, “A tribute to St. John Paul II on his centennial birthday,” to Polish News, a bilingual portal promoting Polish American culture as way of life.
Dawn Lee Garcon Maaks, nursing, was interviewed by the Pharmacy Times about her research on caring for children with ADHD who also have other comorbidities.
Maureen Briare, nursing, and UP alumna and performing artist Julianne Johnson were interviewed on KOIN regarding a song Briare composed for UP’s RISE Campaign, titled “We Will Rise,” and how it might be finding a new purpose as a song of hope and an anthem for peace and justice. The interview can be found using this link, and the song is available for free download using this link. Please consider making a donation to local organizations like Urban League of Portland, NAACP, Black Lives Matter, and others.