Research and Honors, January 15, 2019
Rajeev Goel, ECO, presented “Is it the gums, teeth or the bite? Effectiveness of dimensions of enforcement in curbing corruption” at the International Annual Conference for Integrity Preventing Corruption: From a Reactive to a Proactive State, in Lima, Peru.
Lisa Hood, CSEP, presented at the 2018 Mastering KIDS Summit in Springfield.
Chad Kahl, Milner, co-presented “Obligations and Intentions: An Exploratory Study of Indirect Cost Recovery Monies from Research Grants as a Revenue Stream for Funding Research Library Budgets” at the 2018 Library Assessment Conference in Houston, Texas.
Kim Schafer Astroth, Mary Dyck, MyoungJin Kim and Wendy Woith, MCN, were co-authors on “Social capital, health, health behavior, and utilization of healthcare services among older adults: A conceptual framework” in Nursing Forum.
Thomas McClure, POL, published an article titled “Do Campaign Contributions Create Public Perception of Judicial Bias?” in Judicature.
Ali Riaz, POL, has published a co-edited volume titled Political Violence in South Asia. The book is co-edited with Zobaida Nasreen and Fahmida Zaman ’17, an alumna of the Department of Politics and Government. He also penned an article for Australia’s East Asia Forum, and published a commentary in The Daily Star on the Bangladeshi elections, and in DW on the role of Islamist parties in Bangladeshi elections.