Research and Honors
Kathryn Sampeck, ANT, has been selected as the 2015-16 Central American Visiting Scholar of the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) at Harvard University, with a joint affiliation with the Afro-Latin American Research Institute at the Hutchins Center at Harvard.
Andrew Hartman, HIS, has been appointed by the Organization of American Historians for the prestigious Distinguished Lectureship Program.
James Stanlaw, ANT, and Doug Dowell, SOC, are both 2015 Impact Award Winners. To win this award the recipients must be nominated by a student and the award winners must have had a significant impact on a new student.
James Skibo, ANT, published Explorations in Behavioral Archaeology with the University of Utah Press.
David Cedeño and Christopher Hamaker, CHE, published “Synthesis and Structure of a Trigonal Planar Complex with Pyrazole Ligands, [Cu(3,5-Ph2PzH)3][Cl],” in the Journal of Chemical Crystallography.
Jennifer Sharkey and Chad Kahl, Milner Library, published “Learning Style Dimensions and Professional Characteristics of Academic Librarians” in College & Research Libraries.
Sally Gibson, Milner Library, published “Utilizing a Time-to-Shelf Study to Start a Conversation on Change,” in Performance Measurement and Metrics.
Maureen Brunsdale, Milner Library, published “The Intrepid Acts and Remarkable Life of Miss Minnie Fisher” in Bandwagon.
Anu Gokhale, TEC, presented at the International Conference on Information Technology in Amman, Jordan.
C. Frank Shaw, CHE emeritus, presented at several invited talks in Pakistan, including the International Conference of Exploring New Avenues in Medicinal Chemistry, Lahore, where he presented “Gold Based Pharmaceuticals: Past, Present and Future.”
April Anderson, Milner Library, participated in the panel “New Perspectives on Internship and Practicum Requirements in Archival Education” at the 2015 Midwest Archives Conference in Lexington, Ky.