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Research and Honors — January 26, 2016

Honors
Amy Robillard’s, ENG, essay, “The Bridge,” published in Full Grown People in March, has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She also published “Prototypical Reading: Volume, Desire, Anxiety” in College Composition and Communication.

Presentations
Anuradha Gokhale, TEC, was invited to present the keynote speech at the International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Information Systems at Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt.

Publications
Eric Wesslemann, PSY, co-authored “Prayer, self-affirmation, and distraction improve recovery from short-term ostracism” in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

Eric Willey, Milner, co-authored “Wisconsin School for Girls Inmate Record Books: A Case Study of Redacted Digitization,” in the Fall/Winter 2015 issue of The American Archivist.

Marjorie Jones, CHE, co-authored “Irradiation of Yarrowia lipolytica NRRL YB-567 Creating Novel Strains with Enhanced Ammonia and Oil Production on Protein and Carbohydrate Substrates,” for Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology.

Wendy Woith, Susan Kossman, and Kim Schafer Astroth, MCN, and Matthew Hesson-McInnis, PSY, were part of a group that co-authored “Measure of Nephrology Nurse Perceptions toward Advance Care Planning: Validation of the NephRN Perceptions toward Advance Care Planning Instrument” published in the Nephrology Nursing Journal.

Hyun Sook Kang, ENG, and Nicholas Hartlep, TCH, published a chapter titled “Heritage language learning for contesting the model minority stereotype: The case of Korean American college students” in the book Modern Societal Impacts of the Model Minority Stereotype.

Liv Stone, ENG, published “Suffering Bodies and Scenes of Confrontation: The Art and Politics of Representing Structural Violencein Visual Anthropology Review.

Performances
Michelle Vought, MUS, sang at Women’s Week in Provincetown, Massachusetts, celebrating 10 years of performances with her new one-woman show, Madame Monsieur: Fight Like a Girl.

Daniel Schuetz, MUS, was a featured soloist in a performance of Handel’s Messiah, presented by the Morton Community Chorus and Orchestra.

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