Research and Honors, November 10
Michael Wille, ART, has been named an Emerging Arts Administrator Fellow to the National Council of Arts Administrators.
Jean Miller, CFA, was voted onto the International Council of Fine Arts Deans (ICFAD) Board of Directors at the annual ICFAD Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
Gabe Gudding, ENG, published Literature for Nonhumans, a mix of historiographic prose poetry, experimental poetry, nonfiction, and lyric essays by Ahsahta Press.
Bill McBride, ENG, published “Stylized Moments Student Engagement & Participation in an Asynchronous Online University Film Course” in the Handbook of Research on Strategic Management of Interaction, Presence, and Participation in Online Courses from the IGI Global series Advances in Educational Technologies and Instructional Design (AETID).
Dawn McBride, PSY, recently filmed a series of educational videos for SAGE Video for a psychology collection that is expected to launch in March 2016. The videos will be available along with two of her textbooks, Cognitive Psychology and The Process of Research in Psychology.
Diane Dean, EAF, presented “Culture Shock: What Today’s Generation of Digital Natives Means for Higher Education,” the keynote address at the University Professional & Continuing Education Association’s Central Regional Conference in Madison, Wisconsin. She also presented “Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants: The New Biculturalism on Campus,” the keynote address at St. Olaf College’s Fall Faculty Development Conference, Northfield, Minnesota.
The piece by Martha Horst, MUS, titled “Exchanges” for soprano, flute, and percussion was premiered in Chicago by the Fonema Consort.
David Snyder, MUS, performed twice as assistant principal horn with the Peoria Symphony.