Research and Honors — February 9, 2016
Adrienne Ohler, ECO, and co-authors of “What Floats Your Boat? Preference Revelations from Lotteries over Complex Goods” will be honored by the Western Agricultural Economics Association for the Outstanding Published Research Award. The article originally appeared in the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.
Rajeev Goel, ECO, and co-authors of “Bureaucratic Monopoly and the Nature and Timing of Bribes: Evidence from Croatian Data” will be honored by the Association for Comparative Economic Studies with the Bergson Prize for the best paper published in the association’s journal over the past two years.
Christine Varga-Harris, HIS, published the monograph Stories of House and Home: Soviet Apartment Life During the Khrushchev Years, with Cornell University Press (2015).
Cynthia Huff, ENG, co-wrote “His Master’s Voice: Animalographies, Life Writing, and the Posthuman” for The Routledge Autobiography Studies Reader.
Gina Hunter, ANT co-authored “How to Build Intercultural Interaction,” published on the European Association for International Education’s blog.
Teresa Valerio, MCN, co-authored “Therapeutic Options for Insomnia: Choosing the Right Therapy for Your Patient” for Medscape, LLC and Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). She also co-authored “Association of Sleep Quality to Health Behaviors, Functioning, and Information Among U.S. College Students” for the Journal of American College Health.
Kim Schafer Astroth and Cindy Kerber, both MCN, co-authored “The Impact of Disordered Gambling Among Older Adults” for the Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services.
Alison Bailey, WGS, presented “How Might We Productively Navigate Privilege-Evasive Epistemic Pushback in Feminist and Critical Race Philosophy Classes?” at the Feminist Ethics and Social Theory (FEAST) in Clearwater, Florida.
Steve Halle, ENG, presented “Classroom Publishing Considerations” for the Chicago High School for the Arts.
Janice Neuleib, ENG, presented “Teaching Reflection: Story and Beyond” to the National Council of Teachers of English Convention.