Research and Honors, April 17, 2018
Ali Riaz, POL, presented a co-authored paper “Bangladeshi Militants: What do we know?” at the Convention of the International Studies Association in San Francisco. The paper was included in the panel, “The Terrorist Life Cycle: Why People Engage, Disengage and Reengage in Terrorism.”
Kristin Carlson, THD, published “Beyond the Here and Now: Exploring Threaded Presence in Mediated, Improvised Performance” for Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments and “Rehabilitating Experience: Designing an Aesthetic and Movement-Based Game for Physical Therapy Rehabilitation” in Electronic Visualization and the Arts of the British Computer Society. She also penned two book chapters, “Case Study: Toys and Playful Devices” and “Interfaces for Installation” for Foundations in Sound Design for Embedded Media.
Roberta Seelinger Trites, MQM, published Twenty-First Century Feminisms in Children’s and Adolescent Literature (University of Mississippi Press).
Seon-Yoon Chung, MCN, was the principal on a grant from the American Nephrology Nurses Association for $6,000 for “Epigenetic role of gut microbiota in patients receiving hemodialysis.”