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Research and Honors, January 29, 2019

Presentations
Bob Broad, ENG, presented “The Secret Cure for What Ails Large-Scale Writing Assessment: Classroom Teachers and Their Students,” the plenary address to the Second International Conference of the Latin-American Association of Writing Studies (ALES) in Santiago, Chile. He also presented a half-day workshop at the conference titled “Discovering, negotiating, and publicizing local writing assessment criteria.”

Susan Hildebrandt, LAN, presented “How to edTPA” at the annual meeting of the Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. She also co-presented a paper called “World Language edTPA Challenges and Opportunities in Illinois.” Hildebrandt also co-presented at the annual convention of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages with the talk “Spanish-speaking teacher candidate and stakeholder perceptions of edTPA” and “edTPA profiles: The view from three states.”

Susan Kalter, ENG, presented a bilingual reading of her translation of Justin Lhérisson’s La Famille des Pitite-Caille at the Forty-first American Literary Translators Association Conference: Performance, Props, and Platforms in Bloomington, Indiana, where she was also a panelist for “Working with Indigenous and Endangered Languages and their Translation.”

Publications
Kim Schafer Astroth, Cynthia Kerber, Sheryl Jenkins, and Wendy Woith, MCN, co-authored “A qualitative exploration of nursing students’ perceptions of the homeless and their care experiences” in Nursing Forum.

Christopher Breu, ENG, published “With Friends Like These: Wim Wenders’ The American Friend as Noir Allegory” for Patricia Highsmith on Screen (Palgrave).

Gabriel Gudding, ENG, published “Bed from Government” in the anthology Best American Experimental Writing. (Wesleyan UP).

Steve Halle, ENG, published “The Publications Unit Partners Program: Seeking Partnerships with Illinois Teachers” for the IATE Newsletter. Fall 2018.

Denise Hammer and Carla Pohl, MCN, were co-authors on “Innovations and Challenges of Implementing a Glucose Gel Toolkit for Neonatal Hypolycemia” for Advances in Neonatal Care/Wolters Kluwer.

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