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Endicott College Faculty Accomplishments

In the search for an appropriate name for this publication, the title Compass emerged as the perfect fit, symbolic of Endicott's ongoing exploration of new programs and initiatives and of the steady guidance that faculty provide in the quest for academic excellence. Hopefully, as future editions of Compass are published over the years, it will come to be viewed not only as a record of past accomplishments but also as an inspiration for future academic endeavors.

Laura Rossi-Le, Ed.D.
Vice President,
Dean of the Undergraduate College

SCHOOL OF ARTS & SCIENCES

Alefiya Albers, Assistant Dean of Social Sciences
"Perception of Odor Episodic Memory Screen (POEMS) as a Potential Biomarker for Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease."  Presentation at the American Academy of Neurology Conference, Sani Diego, CA, March 2013. 

Sam Alexander, Assistant Professor of English 
"The Census-Takers: Demographic Modernism from Joyce to Edward P. Jones."  Presentation at the Modernist Studies Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV, October 2012.

"Joyce's Census: Character, Demography, and the Problem of Population in Ulysses," in Novel: A Forum on Fiction 45:3 (2012).

Gianluca Caterina, Associate Professor
"Iconicity and Abduction: A Categorical Approach to Hypothesis-Formation in Pierce's Existential Graphs," (with Gangle, R.).  Logic Journal of IGPL, 2013.

"Iconicity and Abduction: A Categorical Approach to Creative Hypoethesis-Formation in Pierce's Existential Graphs," (with Gangle, R.). Presentation at the Model-Based Reasoning in Science and Technology 2012: Theoretical and Cognitive Issues Conference, Sestri Levante, Italy, June 2012.

"Thinking in Images: Diagrams across the Divisons," (with Gangle, R.).  Lead a two-day workshop held at Haverford College, Haverford, PA, April 2012.

Sarah Creighton, Director, Office of Sustainability
"Leaders in Energy Efficiency Financing."  Presentation at the Building Energy 2013 Conference sponsored by the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, Boston, MA, March 2013.

Deborah Finkelstein, Adjunct Professor
"Liar," play published in In Posse Review, 2012.

"Sunfish," short story published in Heartscapes, 2012.

"Locked Out," poem published in The Anthology 140 and Counting, 2011.

"Haunted," poem published in the Ibbetson Street Magazine, 2011.

“Auditorium Applause," "Buzzing," "First Day of School," "Fresh Lemonade," "Job Interview," "Noisemakers," "Santiago," "Shoveling Snow," "Veering from the Path" and "Waiting for the Bus," poems published in Taj Mahal Review, 2011.

"Blue Heron," poem published in Berry Blue Haiku, 2011.

"Chopped Beets," poem published in The Somerville News, 2011.

"First Lilac Buds," "First Day of School," "Hungry for Work," "Locked Out" and "Sunrise," poems published in Seven by Twenty, 2011.

"Fresh Snow," poem published in International Herald Tribune/The Asahi Shimbun, 2011.

"March Aspens," poem published in People Poetry (Diversion Press), 2011.

"White Tulips in Bloom," poem published in Notes from the Gean, 2011.

Rocco Gangle, Associate Professor
"Iconicity and Abduction: A Categorical Approach to Hypothesis-Formation in Pierce's Existential Graphs," (with Caterina, G.).  Logic Journal of IGPL, 2013.

Book Review: Jeremy Biles, Ecce Monstrum: Georges Bataille and the Sacrifice of Form, Fordham University Press, 2007.  In Journal of the American Academy of Religion.  80:4, 2012.

"Iconicity and Abduction: A Categorical Approach to Creative Hypoethesis-Formation in Pierce's Existential Graphs," (with Caterina, G.). Presentation at the Model-Based Reasoning in Science and Technology 2012: Theoretical and Cognitive Issues Conference, Sestri Levante, Italy, June 2012.

"Thinking in Images: Diagrams across the Divisons," (with Caterina, G.).  Lead a two-day workshop held at Haverford College, Haverford, PA, April 2012.

"The Secular and the Speculative: Exploring Themes from Anthony Paul Smith's and Daniel Whistler's After the Postsecular and the Postmodern: New Essays in Continental Philosophy of Religion."  Presentation at the Theology and Continental Philosophy Group, American Academy of Religion annual conference, San Francisco, CA, November 2011.

Charlotte Gordon, Associate Professor of English
Appointed the 2012 Rose Thering Fellow at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  

Appointed to the Academic Council of Salem State University's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 2012.

Bill Harney, Professor of English
"Memorial Man."  Ibbetson Street, 33, June 2013.

"My Father."  The Somerville News, April 2013.

"Hardwired."  From the Depths, Spring 2013 issue.   

Mark Herlihy, Associate Dean of Arts & Sciences, Chair of Humanities
"Troubled Waters and Muted Pleasures: Revere Beach and Seaside Resorts during the World War II-era Coastal Dimouts."  Presentation at the New England Hisotircal Association's Spring Conference, Westfield State University, MA, April 2013.

Appointed Vice President of the New England Historical Society, April 2013.

Doug Holder, Adjunct Professor, Creative Writing
"Harvard Square Theater: The Last Picture Show" and "Mrs. Plant," poems published in the Boston Literacy Magazine, 2012.

"It's Like Putting Lipstick on a Pig," poem published in Curbstone Collective, 2012. 
 
"It's Late at Night and the Fruit is Bad."  Last Call: The Bukowski Legacy Continues, edited by RD Armstrong.  Lummox Press, 2011.

“A skirt of Hersey for the Religious,” poem published in Bagel Bards Anthology, 2011.

“Skirting the Commandments,” poem published in Gemini Magazine, 2011.

      “Writer’s Life,” panel at the Massachusetts Poetry Festival, Salem, MA, 2011.

“Writer’s Life,” panel for the National Writers Union at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education, 2011.

Featured reader at the Boston National Poetry Festival, MA, 2011.

“Small Press Panel,” at Hunter College for their first Annual Writer’s Conference, New York City, 2011.

Robert Jerin, Ph.D., Professor, Criminal Justice and Victimology
Received the Gerhard Mueller Innovator Award from the Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences, June 2011.

Elected Chairperson of the Victimology Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 2010.

Jessica Kaufman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Biotechnology
"Nanoscale and Microscale Hardness of Hydroxyapatite - BisGMA/TEGDMA Composites," (with Thompson, J. & Lee, D.) poster presentation at the Materials Research Society's National Conference, San Francisco, CA, 2012.

 John M. Kelley, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Psychology
"The Influence of Body Posture on Free Association: The Role of the Couch in Psychoanalysis," (with Lovell, S. '13).  Presentation at the 4th Annual Conference of the North Shore Chapter of Sigma Xi, February 2013.

Appointed to the Psychiatry Research Committee at Massachusetts General Hospital, December 2012.

"Placebo Effects in Research Design and Drug Development."  Presentation at the Food and Drug Administration's Center fro Drug Evaluation and Development, Silver Springs, MD, November 2012.

"Giving Placebos Without Deception," Lecture given at the United European Gastroenterology Week, Amsterdam, Netherlands, October 2012.

Radio interview by the Swiss National Radio program Echo der Zeit (Echo of the Times) for a story on the placebo effect, 2012.

"Long-term effects of empathy training in surgery residents: A one year follow-up study" (with Phillips, M., Lorie, A., Todd-Kraft, G., Gray, S.T. & Reiss, H.).  International Journal of Person Centered Medicine.  In press.

"Empathy training in resident physicians: A randomized controlled trial of neuroscience-informed curriculum" (with Riess, H., Bailey, R.W., Dunn, E.J., & Phillips, M.).  Journal of General Internal Medicine.  In press.

"Open-label placebo for major depressive disorder: A pilot randomized controlled trial" (with Kaptchuk, T.J., Cusin, C., Lipin, S. & Fava, M.).  Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics.  81, 312-314, 2012.

“Placebo and other interventions in asthma” (with Wechsler, M.E. & Kaptchuk, T.J.). New England Journal of Medicine, 365 (15), 1446-1448, 2011.

“The role of the couch in psychoanalysis: Proposed research designs and some preliminary data” (with Lable, I., Ackerman, J.A., Levy, R., Waldron, S., & Ablon, J.S.). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association. 58(5), 861-887, 2011.

“Placebo acupuncture as a form of ritual touch healing: A neurophenomenological model” (with Kerr, C.E., Shaw, J.R., Conboy, L.A., Jacobson, E.E., & Kaptchuk, T.J.). Consciousness and Cognition. 20(3), 784-791, 2011.

“Active or placebo albuterol, sham acupuncture or no treatment in asthma” (with Wechsler, J.M., Boyd, I.O.E., Dutile, S., Marigowda, G., Kirsch, I., et al). New England Journal of Medicine. 365(2), 119-125, 2011.

“Improving empathy and relational skills in otolaryngology residents: A pilot study” (with Reiss, H., Bailey, R.W., Konowitz, P.M., & Gray, S.T.). Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery. 144(1), 120-122, 2011.

Expanding the Placebo Agenda: Strategies and Outcomes, paper presentation at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in Princeton, NJ, 2012.

Placebos without Deception: Are Open-Label Placebos Effective, paper presentation at McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 2012.

Patient and Practitioner Relationships and Medical Outcomes: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials (with Riess, H., Kraft-Todd, G., Schapira, L., Dunn, E., Leuschner, M., & Perez, L.) presentation at the Harvard Medical School Department of Psychiatry's Research Day, Boston, MA, 2012.

Long-Term Effects of Empathy Training: A One Year Follow-U Study (with Phillips, M., Lorie, A., Kraft-Todd, G., Gray, S.T., & Riess, H.) presentation at Medical Education Day, The Academy at Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, 2011.

Placebos without Deception: A Randomized Controlled Trial in Irritable Bowel Syndrome interview on public radio station WHYY in Philadelphia on Dan Gottlieb’s Voices in the Family radio program, 2011.

Long Term Effects of Empathy Training: A One Year Follow-Up Study (with Phillips, M., Lorie, A., Kraft-Todd, G., Gray, S.T., & Riess, H.) presentation at Medical Education Day, The Academy at Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, 2011.

Appointed Deputy Director of the Program in Placebo Studies and Therapeutic Encounter at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, 2012.

 Michael Kilburn, Ph.D., Professor, Political Science
Book Review: "Worlds of Dissent: Chapter 77, the Plastic People of the Universe, and Czech Culture Under Communism," by Jonathan Bolton.  Harvard University Press, 2012.  Published by the Central and East European Review, 2013.

"Soldiers' Tales Un/Told: multidisciplinary perspectives on narrative and trauma" presentation at Beyond Testimony and Trauma: Oral History in the Aftermath of Mass Violence, Concordia University, Montreal, CA, 2012.

Appointment to International Committee of the Oral History Association, 2011 – 2014.

Outside grant reviewer for Czech Academy of Arts & Sciences

“(Hey Ferdo) It’s only rock and roll: the political economy of the Czech Underground,” (in Czech translation) Soudobe Dejiny [Contemporary History], Prague. In Press.

“Ask me in a thousand years: the (d)evolution of human rights in China,” The Chinese Labyrinth: Exploring China’s Model of Development (with Vitaly Kozyrev, Associate Professor, School of Arts & Sciences). Baogang Guo, ed. Roman & Littlefied, 2011.

Chapter: “Soldiers’ tale un/told: narrative, trauma and remembering through performance,” Remembering war, genocide, and other human rights violations: oral history, new media and the arts. Steven High and Edward Little, eds. University of Toronto Press, 2011.

“Racial profiling at the borders: Implications for National and Human Security,” Proceedings of the International Conference on Racial Profiling at the Borders, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Surrey, BC, Canada. In Press.

Chair and Moderator for roundtable: “Soldier’s Tales Un/told: Oral History, Trauma, and Reconciliation for Combat Veterans.” Chair and discussant for panel: “Czech Oral History: Projects and Perspectives.” Discussant for “Emerging Paradigms in Holocaust Oral History: Counter-Moments, Performative Representatives, and Sustained Conversation.” Oral History Association Annual Convention, Denver, CO, 2011.

Chair and Panelist: “Trauma, narrative, and oral history in Shaw Pong Liu’s ‘Soldiers tale untold.” Oral History Association Annual Convention, Atlanta GA, 2011.

Vitaly Kozyrev, Ph.D., Associate Professor, International Studies
"Moscow Pursues 'Collective Leadership' Plan in Asia."  Oxford Analytica, 2012.

"Multilateralism in Action: Assessing the Russia-ASEAN Dialogue Partnership."  Presentation at the National Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES), New Orleans, LA, November 2012.

"Russia's New Asia Strategy: Assessing Russia's Eastward Pivot."  Presentation at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC, November 2012.

"Building a New Security Architecture in Asia: Is Russia Back?,"  presentation at a panel organized by the Department of State as part of the annual convention of the National Association for Slavic, East European & Eurasian Studies in Washington, D.C., 2011.

“Greater Power Politics in Eurasia: the Great Game Revisted?,” keynote speech, Fifth Annual Conference on Good Governance, George Mason University, Virginia, 2011. 

Bram Lutton, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
"Chemokine receptor 4 expression in the little skate (Leucoraja erinacea)," (with Lupica, N.V., and Cacciatore, C.) article published in The Bulletin.  51: 47-48.  2012.

Elected Mentor of the Year at the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory's annual Student Recognition Event, 2012.

Awarded fellowship from the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory, 2011.

Appointed to the Education Council for the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, 2011 – 2013.

Melvin Manson, M.S., Professor
"Using Critical Thinking Elements and Standards in Teaching Strategies," presentative given at the 31st Annual International Conference on Critical Thinking held in Berkeley, CA, 2011.

Michael Ocean, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Computer Science
"Teaching Computer Science with Pinball."  Presentation at the 4th Annual Conference of the North Shore Chapter of Sigma Xi, February 2013.

“Virtualization and Programming Support for Video Sensor Networks with Application to Wireless and Physical Security,” co-authored book with Azer Bestavros. Distributed Video Sensor Networks, edited by B. Bhanu, C. Ravishankar, A. Roy-Chowdhury, D. Terzopoulos, and H. Aghajan, chapter 12, pages 179-192, Springer, 2011.

 Richard Oxenberg, Adjunct Professor
“Locke and the Right to (Acquire) Property: A Lockean Argument for the Rawlsian Difference Principle,” published in the peer-reviewed journal Social Philosophy Today, 2011.

 Matt Pustz, Adjunct Professor
“Comic Books and American Cultural History," published by Continuum Books, 2012.

Nathalie Saltikoff, Assistant Professor of Human Services
"Equal Protection Under the Law?  Exploration of Factors Influencing the Decision to Prosecute and Sentencing in Domestic Violence Cases," (with Trahan, J. '13).  Presentation at the annual Multidisciplinary Ph.D. Research Development Day at Boston College, MA, April 2013.

"The Influence of Victim Offender Relationship on Prosecutorial and Judicial Decision Making in Class of Domestic Violence."  Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Diego, CA, January 2013.

"Domestic Violence and Sentencing Dispositions: Perspectives for Policy and Practice," poster presentation, and "Domestic Violence Offenses: The Influence of Victim-Offender Relationship on Prosecutorial and Judicial Decision Making," paper presentation at the National Research Conference on Child & Family Programs & Policy at Bridgwater State University, MA, 2012.

"Sentencing Dispositions in Cases of Assault and Battery: The Impact of Victim Offender Relationship," poster presentation at the annaul Multidisciplinary Ph.D. Research Development Day at Boston College, 2012.

"Working with Child Victims and Families Using Stress Reduction and Mindfulness Techniques," presentation at the Child Sex Predators, Stalking, and Child Sex Trafficking Conference, 2011.

“The Influence of Victim Offender Relationship on Assault and Battery Case Dispositions,” poster presentation at the annual Multidisciplinary Ph.D. Research Development Day at Boston College, 2011.

 Joyce Shaw, Associate Professor, Biology
"Using Small Group Debates to Actively Engage Students in an Introductory Microbiology Course."  Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education, December 2012.

"The Case of the Jamaican Fisherman," a case study developed from sabbatical experiences in Jamaica.  The National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, University at Buffalo, Biological Sciences, 2012.

"A Call for a Community of Practice to Assess the Impact of Emerging Technologies on Undergraduate Biology Education," (with Amburn, S., Dario-Becker, J., Hughes, L., and Jensen, J.) in the Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education, Vol 13, No 1, 2012.

Daniel Sklar, Ed.D., Professor, English
"Hack License."  Play performed at the Actors Studio, Newburyport, MA, April 2013.

"Circus Giant in Van Cortland Park."  Big River Poetry Review, 2013.

"Ben Gazzara Says It All."  Dead Flowers: A Poetry Rag, Vol 1 Num 5, December 2012.

"Flying Cats (Actually Swooping)."  Red Bridge Press Anthology, Spring 2013 edition.

"Sweat, Cat, Bukowski, Firewood, Blue Jay."  Kenning Journal, 2012.

"My Mother Laughing." EWR: Short Stories, 2012.

"Port Washington Boy." Earthborne Poetry Magazine, 2012.

"Once," "Rain," and "A Movie." Shot Glass Journal, 2012.   

"Blue and Gold Dinner-Pack 143-1962." Sakura Review, 2011.

"Of Time and the Beauty Contest." Hospital Drive, the literature and humanities journal of the University of Virginia School of Medicine, 2011.

“Anything With Horses.” NEBO: A Literary Journal, 2011.

“A Poem.” Curbside Quotidian, 2011.

“A Time for Horses.” Nap Magazine, 2011. 

Anna Suranyi, Ph.D., Associate Professor
“'So Much For Their Owne Goode': Early Modern Women and Indentured Servitude."  Presentation at the Midwest Conference of British Studies, Toronto, Canada, October  2011.

David Swensen, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor
“Heart Rate Variability and Spinal Manipulation - A review of the Literature."  Journal of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists, 8 (4), 4-21, 2011.

Chris Tripler, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Environmental Science
Accepted into the iPlant Faculty Workshop on Genomics in Education at Harvard University’s Arnold Arboretum in Roslindale, MA, 2011.

Accepted to the NASA Climate Modeling and Data Tools Workshop at Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, 2011.

Impacts of anthropogenic thermal pollution on forest ecosystem dynamics in Louisville, KY. UMEB Seminar Series, University of Missouri-Columbia Biology department, 2011.

Urban Trees as Integrators and Responders of Global Climate Change. Bernheim Research Forest Group, Claremount, KY and again for The MetroParks and Olmstead Parks Conservancy of Louisville, KY, 2011.

Margaret Young, Adjunct Professor, Creative Writing
Margaret is featured in the Newton Free Library Poetry Series, 2012.  The series is directed by adjunct faculty member Doug Holder. 

“Almond Town,” collection of poems published by Bright Hill Press, 2011.

William Young, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Humanities
"The Shape of Reflexivity: A Pragmatist Analysis of Religious Service Groups."  Presentation at the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy's Pragmatism and Philosophy Panel, Galloway, NJ, March 2013.

"Listening, Religion and Democracy," project received Sabbatical Grant for Researches by the Louisville Institute Board of Directors, 2012.

“The Comedy of Contradiction,” (with Fay, E.) essay published in Arrested Development and Philosophy: They've Made a Huge Mistake, edited by Kris Phillips and Jeremy Wisnewsi.  Blackwell, 2012.

"Prayer, Listening and Democracy," paper presentation at the New Directions in the Study of Prayer Symposium, New York, 2012.

 

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

 Michael Paige, Ph.D., Dean
Conducted a session at the POSCO Consilience Competence Development Program at the University of Hawaii’s Shidler College of Business, Hawaii, 2011.

 

SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION

Amy Damico, Ph.D., Professor
"September 11 and Visual Cutlure: 10 Years of Images," presentation at the American Pop Cultural Association's National Conference, Boston, 2012.

"September 11 and Popular Culture: Examining Media Texts," presentation at Burr and Burton Academy, Manchester, VT, 2011.

"September 11 and Popular Culture: 10 Years Later," presentation at the Danvers Public Library, 2011.

Contributing Editor, Media Ethics Magazine, 2011-Present

"When being bad is good: The heroes of Leverage and Burn Notice," (with Quay, S.) Media Ethics, 22(1), 8, 25-26.  2011.

"September 11th and American Culture," (with Quay, S. & Williams, R.) conference presentation at the Action Coalition for Media Education's (ACME) Annual Conference, Boston, 2011.

 Todd Wemmer, Assistant Professor
“Tell a Story After the Beep: The Use of Voicemail in Digital Storytelling Projects," at the American Anthropological Association Annual Conference in Montreal, Canada, 2011.

 

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

Anthony Pastelis, Ph.D., Associate Professor
"Reforming Elementary Education: One School at a Time," (with Hopkins, M.).  Workshop presentation at the annual National School Boards Association Conference, San Diego, CA, April 2013.

"Reforming Elementary Education: One School at a Time," (with Hopkins, M.).  Presentation at the New Hampshire School Boards Association Annual Delegate Assembly, Concord, NH, January 2013.

Appointed 1st Vice President of the New Hampshire School Boards Association, January 2013.

Radio Interview by New Hampshire Public Radio: New Hampshire's First Magnet School, August 2012.

Appointed 2nd Vice President of the New Hampshire School Boards Association, January 2012.

Re-Elected to the Rochester, NH School Board, November 2011.

Sara Quay, Ph.D., Dean
"Ten Years of Watching 'Falling Man,'" (with Damico, A.) Media Ethics (Forthcoming 2012). 

"September 11 and Visual Cutlure: 10 Years of Images," (with Damico, A.) presentation at the American Pop Cultural Association's National Conference, Boston, 2012.

"Arts, Music, Literatures: Culture and Identity in Albuquerque & Santa Fe," published in the National Collegiate Honors Council On-Line Newsletter, 2011.

"When Being Bad is Good: The Everyday Heroes of Leverage and Burn Notice," (with Damico, A.) published in Media Ethics, 2011.

"Lost, The Rising and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close: September 11th and American Popular Culture," presentation at ACME, Boston, 2011.

"September 11 and Popular Culture: From National Tragedy to Popular Culture," presentation at the Far West Popular & American Culture Associations, Las Vegas, NV, 2011. 

"Charting a Career Path: The Impact of Required First-Year Internships at Endicott College," presentation at the Annual Conference on The First-Year Experience, Atlanta, GA, 2011.

Facilitator, Memory and Monuments: Ground Zero and Lower Manhattan, 2012.

Facilitator, Arts, Music, and Literatures: Culture and Identity in Albuquerque & Santa Fe, NCHC Faculty Institute, 2011.

 

SCHOOL OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

Suzanne Bagnera, Assistant Professor
Awarded Outstanding Graduate Scholar by the American Hotel and Lodging Educational Foundation, 2012.

Brendan Cronin, Assistant Professor
“Cheffin' From Potatoes to Caviar,” Autobiography, 2012.

Linda Robson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
"The Importance of Site Selection Criteria for Special Events," (with McGurgan, E. & Samenfink, W.) presentation at the World Education Crongress for Meeting Professionals International, St. Louis, 2012.  Forthcoming publication in the Journal of Convention & Event Tourism.

“A demographic study of event planners,” Journal of Convention & Event Tourism, 12:1: 45-52, 2011.

 

SCHOOL OF NURSING

Lisa Courcy, MS, RN, Assistant Professor
Designed a Health Information Technology Scholar by the National League for Nursing, 2011.

Kelly Fisher, Ph.D., RN, Dean
“Use of Wimba Collaboration Technology to Expand Online Teaching and Even Replace Face to Face Classes in Nursing Education," (with Findeisen, M. and Courcy, L.) a poster accepted for presentation at the Saint Anselm College 19th Annual Conference for Nurse Educators,Transformation of Nursing Education and Practice: Beyond the Horizon at Hyannis, MA, June 2011. 

Nancy Meedzan, Ph.D., Associate Professor
“Preparing Nursing Students for Education in the Global Village," (with Nicholas, P.K., Corless, I., Fulmer, H., Nicholas, P.K.), MCN, The American Journal of Maternal/ Child Nursing, 2012.

 

SCHOOL OF SPORT SCIENCE AND FITNESS STUDIES

Dina Gentile, Ph.D., Professor
"Best Practices: Engaging and Supporting Youth Sport Volunteers."  Presentation at the annual conference of Massachusetts Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, Endicott College, 2013.

Contributing Editor, SoccorNation News, 2011 - Present 

Katie Kilty, Ed.D., Assistant Professor
"Sports, Arts, Peace and Digital Storytelling."  Presentation at the Muhammad Ali Center's Athletics for Social Change Educational Forum, Louisville, KY, 2013.

"Developing Responsibility Using Physical Activity: A Case Study of Team Support," (with Hayden, L.A.) Agora, 2012.

Richard Nastasi, Ph.D., Professor
Wrote Introduction: "Only the Educated are Free," John Cheffers and Ken Hawkins.  AllenDavid Press, Sutton, MA, 2011.

Boyun Woo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
"Sources of support for employees in sport organizations," (with Rocha, C.).  In L. Robinson, P. Chelladurai, G. Bodget, & P. Downward.  Routledge Handbook of Sport Management (pp. 178-192).  Newy York, NY: Routledge, 2012.

Dynamics of Perceived Support and Work Attitudes: The Case of Fitness Club Employees," (with Chelladurai, P.) article published in Human Resource Managment Research, In press.

“Sport consumer-team relationship quality: Development and psychometric evaluation of a scale,” (with Kim, Y.K., Trail, G.T., & Zhang, J.J.). International Journal of Sports marketing and Sponsorship. In Press.

 

SCHOOL OF VISUAL + PERFORMING ARTS

Abigail Bottome, Ph.D., Internship Coordinator and Assistant Professor, Experiential Education
"Mourning Song," poem published in Ibbetson Street Press, Spring/Summer 2012.

"Artists as Entrepreneurs: Helping Students Develop Successful Careers in the Arts through Structured Internships," presentation at annual CEIA Conference, Chicago, 2012.

"Unmade Bed," poem published in Muddy River Poetry Review, Spring 2012.

“Hurricane,” poem published in Muddy River Poetry Review, Fall 2011.

Andrew Brody, AIA, M. Arch., Associate Professor of Interior Design
"Escaping the Uncanny Valley: Searching for [mis]Representation in Architectural Rendering," paper presentation at the Third International Conference on the Constructed Environment, Vancouver, Canada, 2012.

“I See What You Mean: Measuring the Efficacy of Drawing Communication,” Presentation at the Hawaii International Conference on the Humanities, 2011.

Sandy Farrier, Chair of Visual Communications
"Posters for Plays Not Yet Written," solo exhibit at the Firehouse Gallery, Newburyport, MA, Feburary 2013.

Diane Giardi, Adjunct Professor, Ceramics
"Ode to the Spleen," was published in The Yale Journal of Arts and Humanities, 2012.

Guest Poet: Fisherman’s Wives Memorial Statue 10-year Anniversary. Read winning poem from 2010 contest, “The Fisherman’s Wives,” Gloucester, MA 2011.

Guest Artist: Beyond Spheres, Nest Installation. Built on-site, outdoor sculpture inspired by nature and the writings of Thoreau, North Fork Audubon Society, Greenport, NY, 2011.

Guest Poet: the Writer’s Block, Cape Ann TV. Read poetry and was interviewed by John Ronan, Gloucester, MA 2011.

Rebecca Kenneally, Chair of Performing Arts
Appointed Public Relations Chair of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Choral Directors Association, 2012.

Directed the Old North Church Festival Youth Chorus in achieving second place nationally in the American Prize, which is a series of new non-profit competitions designed to recognize the best in performing arts in the United States, Marblehead, MA, 2011.

Carol Pelletier, MFA, Chair of Fine Arts
"Local Ground" exhibit at the Spencer Presentation Gallery, Endicott College, March 2013.

Solo exhibit at the River Gallery, Chattanooga, TN, 2013.

“Inlet," painting published in the winter issue of Visual Overture, who awarded Carol: "Featured Emerging Artist," 2011.

Cynthia Roberts, M.F.A., Associate Professor
"Looking Back: The Portfolio Perspective" and "The Giant Hairbox and Other Risks: an Invitation to Exploration in the Foundation Year."  Presentations at the Foundations in Art: Theory and Education PostHaus Conference, Savannah, GA, April 2013.

Invited to Artist-in-Residence at Le Havre, France for Fall 2012 sabbatical.

“Finelight,” a visual/choreographic collaboration (with Larry Volk and Nicole Sae Pedro), Endicott Center for the Arts, Tia’s Theater, 2011.

Presentation at the Pecha Kucha session, SECAC Conference, Savannah, GA, 2011.

“Home,” traveling group exhibition beginning at Lake County Discovery Museum, Waucoma, IL, 2011.

“Sightlines,” faculty group exhibit at the Endicott Center for the Arts, Spencer Presentation Gallery, 2011.

Chaired roundtable discussion on NASAD preparation for foundations faculty at the Foundations in Art and Theory in Education Conference, St. Louis, MO, 2011.

 

ACADEMIC RESOURCES

Dakin Burdick, Ph.D., Director, Center for Teaching Excellence
"What Works in New Faculty Orientation?  Principles, Practices, and Platforms," (with Kathy Adams, Cindy Gunn, Gary Hawkins, Velma Lashbrook & Steven Volk).  Presentation at the Professional and Organization Development 37th Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, October 2012.

"Helping Academic Units Evaluate Their Learning Outcomes."  "Helping Instructors Embrace the Use of Student Ratings of Instruction."  Presentations at the Professional and Organization Development 37th Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, October 2012.

"Online, Hybrid, and Face-to-Face Higher Education," in The Strategic Management of Higher Education Instructions: Serving Students as Customers for Institutional Growth.  Ed. Hamid H. Kazeroony.  Dallas, TX: Business Express Press, 2011.

“The Lively Discussion: Discussion Protocols that Improve Student Learning,” presentation at the Teacher Professor Conference in Atlanta, GA, 2011.

David DiSarro, Ph.D., Director of the Writing Center
"When Fear Turns to Fury: Creative Writing Assessment Practices," (with Stwart, M.). Presentation at the Scientific Advances in Creative Writing & Literacy Reading Research Workshop, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, May 2013.

"A Search for Signs of Assessment in Creative Writing Programs," (with Stwart, M.).  Presentation at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, NV, March 2013.

"Creative Writing Studies and the Writing Center: A Study of Perception and Collaboration (or "Can You Really Help With That?")."  Presentation at the International Writing Centers Association Conference, San Diego, CA, October 2012.

“The Ground Beneath Our Feet: Institutional Design and Writing Center Professionalization,” (with Fourneier, E., Peterson, L., Richard, J., & Williams, S.) conference presentation at the Northeast Writing Center Association Conference, 2012.

 

For edits and updates, contact Joanna Nandi, Administrative Assistant to the Vice President and Dean of the Undergraduate College.  Last Update: September 4, 2013.

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