Research and Honors
Shelly Clevenger, CJS, was awarded the ASC Division of Victimology Bob Jerin Book of the Year Award.
Steve Halle, ENG, published “Stratagems for Surviving in a Plague State #10: Nouveau Luxe” for Burning House.
Marjorie Jones, CHE, co-authored “Electrical Stimulation of C6 Glioma Related to Chronic Pain Pathways” in Brain Sciences with students David Platt, Jonathan Rink, Kirk Eichenberg, Courtney Kelley, Alejandro Vallejo, and William Smith. Jones also co-authored “Development of a New and Reliable Assay for Choline Kinase Using 31P NMR” for Heliyon with Steven Peters, Jon Friesen, and students Jacob Walker and Joshua Friesen.
Toni Tucker, Foundation, authored “Maintaining the Windows of Sunset Hill: A Journey of Restoration” for Stained Glass.
Danielle Lillge, ENG, published “Improving professional development relationships that support teacher learning” for English Teaching: Practice & Critique.
Steve Mertens, COE, presented “Illinois Horizon Schools: Research findings from Illinois’ Schools to Watch Program” and co-presented “Research for practitioners: Using current research to support your middle grades practices” at the annual conference of the Association for Middle Level Education in Nashville, Tennessee.
Amy Robillard, ENG, presented “Living Blended Scholarship” and “We Find Ourselves in Other People’s Stories” at Syracuse University.
Erika Sparby, ENG, presented an invited keynote presentation “Ethical meming—How can we meme inclusively?” at the 2019 LangRhet Conference in Ann Arbor, Michigan.