Bob Broad, ENG, wrote “So Many Data, So Much Time: Living with Grounded Theory in a Rhetorical Autoethnography” for Reflections on Qualitative Research in Language and Literacy Education.

Dan Lannin, PSY, co-authored “Masculinity and Barriers to Seeking Counseling: The Buffering Role of Self-Compassion” in the Journal of Counseling Psychology.

Fred Smith, ANT emeritus, co-authored the chapter “New light on the Paleolithic of Croatia,” in Paleoanthropology of the Balkans and Anatolia. He also co-authored the chapter “The importance of Croatian Pleistocene hominin finds in the study of human evolution” in Paleoanthropology of the Balkans and Anatolia.

Jean Standard, CHE, published “Effects of Solvation and Hydrogen Bond Formation on Singlet and Triplet Alkyl or Aryl Carbenes” in the Journal of Physical Chemistry.

Dane Ward, dean of Milner Library, was a panelist in in the ACRL Presidential program “Leadership Development for New Library Roles” at the Midwinter Meeting of the American Library Association on January 22.

Sheryl Kelly and Mary Dyck, MCN, presented “Feasibility of simulation as an educational tool in the long term care setting” at the Gerontological Society of America Annual Convention in New Orleans.

Orin Reitz, MCN, presented “An examination of the psychometric properties of the Job Embeddedness Instrument: a Rasch perspective” at the International Nursing Administration Research Conference in Orlando, Florida.