Research and Honors, September 17, 2019
At the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., Meghan Leonard, POL, presented “Who Writes?: A Dyadic Approach to Opinion Assignment in State Supreme Courts.” T.Y. Wang, POL, presented “Declining Voter Turnout in Taiwan: A Generational Effect?” and “Presidential Popularity in Taiwan: the Tsai Ing-wen Era.”
Nancy Novotny and Sandy Nielsen, MCN, presented “Finding Balance: Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of Trading Final Semester Undergraduate Acute-Care Hours for Leadership Clinical Activities,” at the Sigma 2019 Congress: Theory to Practice Catalyzing Collaborations to Connect Globally in Calgary, Canada.
Marjorie Jones, CHE, co-authored “Nutraceuticals and Metabolic Syndrome” in the book Nutraceuticals & Natural Product Pharmaceuticals (Elsevier).
Danielle Lillge, ENG, published “Uncovering conflict: Why teachers struggle to apply professional development learning about the teaching of writing” in Research in the Teaching of English.
Craig McLauchlan, CHE, co-authored “Exploring Wells-Dawson Clusters Associated with the Small Ribosome Subunit” for Frontiers in Chemistry.
Michael Hendricks, POL, published the chapter “Resource Wealth and Political Decentralization in Latin America” in the Oxford Encyclopedia of Latin American Politics (Oxford University Press).
Susan Hildebrandt, LAN, published “The control, content, and consequences of edTPA: World language teacher educators’ perceptions” in the Foreign Language Annals, the journal of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, and “Re-examining teacher candidate performance on World Language edTPA as a consequential assessment” in NECTFL Review, a publication of the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.
Amy Robillard and D. Shane Combs, ENG, edited How Stories Teach Us: Composition, Life Writing, and Blended Scholarship (Peter Lang).