In Print

Accounting

Kerr, S.G. “Productivity of Management Accounting Faculty.” The Journal of Academic Administration in Higher Education 5, no. 2 (2009): 27–36.

Kerr, S.G., A. Rameker, and M. Kak. “What Do You Want: Counting the Cost.” Journal of Family Life (2010): http://www.journaloffamilylife.org/childrencost.

Kerr, S.G., M. Simkin, and R. Mason. “A Publication Profile of Accounting Faculty.” American Journal of Business Education 2, no. 8 (2009): 103–114.

Art

Brammeier, H., and N. Nyland. From the Inside Out, collaborative exhibition. Bradley University’s Heuser Art Gallery, Peoria, IL (2010).

Ferolo, J., K. Stein, G. Brown, R. Rowe, G. Will, E. Lamoureux, S. Cavanah, K. Otto, and B. Norman. Paged, Staged, and Engaged. Hartmann Center for the Performing Arts gallery, Bradley University. Peoria, IL (2009). 

Gillespie, Oscar, John Hancock, James Ehlers. Artist in Residency: Printmaking and Engraving at GRS. GRS Training Center. Emporia, KS (June 2010).

———. Five hand-engraved intaglio prints featured in W.B. Yeats’ The Second Coming, St. Paul, MN: Strong Silent Type Press, 2010.

Oscar Gillespie, professor of art; Fred Hagstrom, Rae Schupack Nathan Professor of Art at Carleton College; and William Butler Yeats. The Second Coming. St. Paul, MN: Strong Silent Type Press, 2010.

Serving as co-illustrator of The Second Coming with Hagstrom, Gillespie contributed five hand-engraved intaglio prints to the book, which is based on the poem by Yeats. Gillespie also provided the circular metal engraving that is featured on the front cover of the book, bound in cloth-covered boards. The five intaglio prints were printed in color and then applied chine-collé to the base sheet of the paper.

Yeats’ text discusses moments of great change in the world, and this book’s works of art interpret those significant changes during the current in an artistic, and not literal, way. “We chose not to do a literal illustration of the images from the poem, but instead hope that we have served the text well through our own interpretation of it,” the publisher says.

———. Print Summit 2010. East Carolina University, Greenville, NC (September 8–12, 2010).

———. Summer 2010 Artist-in-Residence, solo exhibition. Artspace’s Gallery, Raleigh, NC (August 6–September 4, 2010).

———. Survey of Contemporary Printmaking. Gray Gallery, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC (September 8–October 2, 2010).

Kauffman, E. Drawing Discourse, juried exhibition. S. Tucker Cooke Gallery, University of North Carolina, Asheville, NC (2010). 

Kauffman, E. “Drawing the Elements.” Numéro 51 (2010).

———. The Monumental Vernacular: Representing the Midwest. Panel co-chair with Dr. Acacia Warwic, Midwest Art History Society Conference, Omaha, NE (2010). 

———. with/drawn: Contemporary Drawing Exhibition, juried exhibition. The Drawing Room HU, Budapest, Hungary (2010).

Biology

Edgcomb, Michelle R., Heljä Antola-Crowe, Jeffery D. Rice, Sherri J. Morris, Robert J. Wolffe, and Kelly D. McConnaughay. “Undergraduate Peer and Near-Peer Mentors at Bradley University: Enhancing the Learning Culture in Summer Research Programs.” The CUR Quarterly 31, no. 2 (2010): 18–25.

Morris, S.J., K.D. McConnaughay, and R.J. Wolffe. “Engaging Researchers with Different Levels of Experience and Perspectives: Planning and Payoffs.” In Broadening Participation in Under-graduate Research, edited by M. Boyd and J. Wesemann, 179–190. Washington, D.C.: Council for Undergraduate Research, 2010. 

Stephens, R.R. “A Description of the Cephalic Lateralis System of Anchoa Mitchilli (Valenciennes) (Clupeomorpha: Engraulidae) with Identification of Synapomorphies for the Engraulidae.” Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 123, no. 1 (2010): 8–16.

Stover, N., and A.R.O. Cavalcanti. “Chapter 11 Using NCBI BLAST.” Current Protocols Essential Laboratory Techniques 1 (2009): 1–36.

Zahid, S., T. Fleming, and G.K. Randall. “Microbial Growth in Ground Beef During Different Methods of Thawing.” Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences 9 (2010).

Business Management and Administration

Blair, E. “What You Think is Not What You Think: Unconsciousness and Entrepreneurial Behavior.” In
Neuroeconomics and the Firm, edited by Angela A. Stanton, Mellani Day, and Isabell M. Welpe, 50–63. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2010.

Blair, E., T. Marcum, and F. Fry. “The Disproportionate Costs of Forming LLCs Vs. Corporations: The Impact on Small Firm Liability Protection.” Journal of Small Business Strategy 20, no. 2 (2009): 23–41.

Blickle, G., K. Oerder, and J.K. Summers. “The Impact of Political Skill on Career Success of Employees’ Representatives.” Journal of Vocational Behavior 77, no. 3 (December 2010): 383–390.

Burchell, Michael, and Jennifer Robin. The Great Workplace: How to Build It, How to Keep It, and Why It Matters. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, A Wiley Imprint, 2011.

Dr. Jennifer Robin, assistant professor of business administration, and Michael Burchell. The Great Workplace: How to Build It, How to Keep It, and Why It Matters. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, A Wiley Imprint, 2011.

The ways to build trust, pride, and camaraderie in an organization to transform it into a great place to work are addressed in the book by Dr. Robin and Burchell. The authors also explore the annual ranking of the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For and determine which models foster employee trust, pride, and enjoyment. The authors answer the question, “What is the business value of creating a great workplace?” through anecdotes, best practices, and employee quotes.

Companies that are struggling with human capital should read this book to discover why some companies have what it takes to be great.

Ferris, G.R., R.C. Liden, T.P. Munyon, J.K. Summers, K.J. Basik, and M.R. Buckley. “Relationships at Work: Toward a Multidimensional Conceptualization of Dyadic Work Relationships.” Journal of Management 35, no. 6 (2009): 1379–1403. 

Hochwarter, W.A., L.M. Rogers, J.K. Summers, J.A. Meurs, P.L. Perrewé, and G.R. Ferris. “Personal Control Antidotes to the Strain Consequences of Generational Conflict as a Stressor: A Two-Study Constructive Replication and Extension.” Career Development International 14, no. 5 (2010): 465–486. 

Marcum, T., and E. Campbell. “The Consequences of Unethical and Unprofessional Conduct.” Michigan Academician 40, no. 1 (2010).  

Marcum, T., and S.J. Perry. “It’s Not Easy Being Green: Bringing Real Life to the Undergraduate Legal Environment of Business Classroom.” Journal of Legal Studies Education 27, no. 1 (2010): 81–104.

———. “Legal Tips for Those Who Assist College Students: A Recommendation for Professional Development.” College & University 85, no. 3 (2010): 50–58.

———. “Steps in the Classroom to Avoid Steps in the Courtroom: A Guide to Educating New Faculty Members About Legal Concerns in Teaching.” Journal of Academic Administration in Higher Education 6, no. 1 (2010): 33–40.

Munyon, T.P., J.K. Summers, M.R. Buckley, A.L. Ranft, and G.R. Ferris. “Executive Work Design: New
Perspectives and Future Directions.” Journal of Organizational Behavior 31, no. 2–3 (2010): 432–447.

Summers, J.K., T.P. Munyon, A.A. Perryman, and G.R. Ferris. “Dysfunctional Executive Behavior: What Can Organizations Do?” Business Horizons (2010).

Communication

Antonacci, David M., Nellie Modaress, Edward Lee Lamoureux, David Thomas, and Timothy Allen. “Using the Interaction — Combinations Integration Model to Explore Real-Life Learning In User Created Virtual Worlds.” In Multi-User Virtual Environments for the Classroom: Practical Approaches to Teaching in Virtual Worlds, edited by Giovani Vincenti and James Braman. IGI Global Publishers, 2010.

Dare, O. Diary of a Debacle: Tracking Nigeria’s Failed Democratic Transition (1989–1994). Ibadan, Nigeria: AgboAreo Publishers, 2010. 

Dr. Olatunji Dare, associate professor of journalism. Diary of a Debacle: Tracking Nigeria’s Failed Democratic Transition (1989–1994). Ibadan, Nigeria: AgboAreo Publishers, 2010.

Dr. Dare has compiled the columns he wrote as a frontline columnist for The Guardian describing the failed transition program of the regime of General Ibrahim Babangida in Nigeria for this book. Dr. Dare captured the events of the regime as they unfolded in his columns and documented Babangida’s steps, actions, and statements. A noted satirist, Dr. Dare reminds many of the roles some prominent Nigerians still active on the political scene played in stripping Nigeria of its chance to have democracy.

The book provides information on developments leading up to the June 12, 1993, presidential election that was annulled by Babangida to the general’s forced exit from the seat of power.

A review in The Nation says, “As a political writer and columnist, Tunji Dare has established, with his objectivity and moral courage, the finest traditions of the art of political journalism for which he has set a high standard.”

Frazier, J. Evil in Venice. Pittsburgh, PA: SterlingHouse Publisher, 2010. 

Jan Frazier, instructor of communication. Evil in Venice. Pittsburgh: SterlingHouse Publisher, Inc., 2010.

The fifth and latest installment of the J.C. van Winkler series, Evil in Venice, thrills readers as the time-traveler meets her nemesis from the past. Wicker, the immortal lord of the netherworld, is taking his anger out on Europe’s cathedrals and citizens. It’s up to J.C. and her ghost mentor to track the lord to Venice and ambush him amid the city’s canals, alleyways, and dark dungeons.

Frazier, who sets her novels in cities and countries to which she has travelled, visited the gruesome underground prison in Venice a few years ago. It is the same prison she writes about in her latest book.

Netzley, S. “Grabbing a Place on the Totem Pole: How Newspaperman H. Allen Smith Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Book Business.” American Journalism 27, no. 1 (2010): 67–88.

———. “Visibility That Demystifies: Gays, Gender, and Sex on Television.” Journal of Homosexuality 57, no. 8 (2010): 968–986.

Taylor, K., S. Priest, H.F. Sisco, S. Banning, and K. Campbell. “Reading Hurricane Katrina: Information Sources and Decision-Making in Response to a Natural Disaster.” Social Epistemology 23, no. 3–4 (2010): 361–380.

Computer Science and Information Systems

Cheng, D., H. Qi, Z. Li, and J.B. Liu. “Stability and Stabilization of Boolean Networks.” International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control, (April 2010): http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/rnc.1581/abstract

Nikolopoulos, C., D.A. Kuester, M. Sheehan, and S. Dhanya. “Socially Assistive Robotics and Autism.”
Solid State Phenomena 166–167 (2010): 315–320.

Park, Y. “Recommender Systems: An Overview.” In Encyclopedia of E-Business Development and Management in the Global Economy, 1221–1230. IGI Global, 2010. 

Uskov, V., and A. Uskov. “Computer Game Technology Academic Program.” Educational Technology and Society 13, no. 1 (2010): 348–355. 

Economics

Felder, J., and R. Scott. “Two-Part Tariff and Aftermarket Duopoly: An Introduction.” Journal of Economic Education 41, no. 1 (2010): 41–53.

Gerlich, R.N., J.J. Lewer, and D. Lucas. “Illegal Media File Sharing: The Impact of Cultural and Demographic Factors.” Journal of Internet Commerce 9, no. 2 (2010): 104–126.

Gretz, R.T. “Console Price and Software Availability in the Home Video Game Industry.” Atlantic Economic Journal 38, no. 1 (2010): 81–94.

Gretz, R.T., and J. Highfill. “Recession, R&D Spending, and the Current Account: Bad News, Bad News, and a Little Encouragement.” Global Economy Journal 10, no. 1 (2010).

Gretz, R.T., J. Highfill, and R.C. Scott. “R&D Subsidy Games: A Cost Sharing Approach vs. Reward for Performance.” Journal of Technology Transfer (2010): 1–19.

Highfill, J., and M. McAsey. “Firm Metrics with Continuous R&D, Quality Improvement, and Cournot Quantities.” International Advances in Economic Research (2010): 1–14.

Lewer, Joshua. “Oil Exports and Economic Growth: A Comparative Study.” Journal of Economics 35, no. 2 (2009): 41–59.

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Hruska, D.P., J.R. Sanchez, and M.L. Oelze. “Improved Diagnostics through Quantitative Ultrasound Imaging.” Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (2009): 1956–1959.

Linden, P., J.R. Sanchez, and M.L. Oelze. “Ultrasonic Small Lesion Detection with Resolution Enhancement Compression.” Ultrasonic Imaging 32, no. 1 (2010): 16–32. 

Pham, N., B.M. Wilamowski, and A. Malinowski. “Computer Networks as Human System Interface.” Proceedings of the Third Conference on Human System Interactions (2010): 182–188.

Sanchez, J.R., M.Orescanin, and M.L. Oelze. “Improving Image Contrast Using Coded Excitation for Ultrasonic Imaging.” Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE Electro/Information Technology (2010).

English

Ballowe, Dr. James, Distinguished Professor of English, emeritus. Christmas in Illinois. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2010.

Dr. James Ballowe, Distinguished Professor of English, emeritus. Christmas in Illinois, Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2010.

Christmas in Illinois is a collection of holiday stories from authors across the Prairie State that Dr. Ballowe compiled and edited. The collection contains tales, poems, memoirs, news reports, recipes, and artwork about Christmas customs in the state. The 220-page book celebrates Christmas traditions from Chicago to Cairo and Belleville to Danville.

The book contains stories and poems from some well-known names, including John W. Allen, Gwendolyn Brooks, Sandra Cisneros, Mike Royko, and Carl Sandburg, but many authors are known only in their small hometowns. Through their voices, Dr. Ballowe captures the essence of Christmas in Illinois.

“Christmas seems to have been always with us,” writes Dr. Ballowe in the introduction to the book. “It is that time of year when we expect good cheer and goodwill, a moment’s respite from the year’s vicissitudes, solace during difficult times.”

Illinois State Historian Thomas F. Schwartz says, “It is not surprising that the phrase ‘Christmas spirit’ is commonly used to describe the season. As James Ballowe deftly shows with a diverse and evocative array of selections, however one celebrates the Christmas season, it is a feeling usually of ineffable joy and satisfaction that defies simple explanation.”

Brill de Ramirez, Susan. “The Distinctive Sonority of Sherman Alexie’s Indigenous Poetics.” In Sherman Alexie: A Collection of Critical Perspectives, edited by Jan Roush and Jeff Berglund, 107–133. Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press, 2010.

Brill de Ramirez, Susan Berry. “Writing the Intertwined Global Histories of Indigeneity and Diasporization: An Ecocritical Articulation of Place, Relationality, and Storytelling in the Poetry of Simon J. Ortiz.” In Stories through Theories/Theories through Stories: Native American Storytelling and Critique, edited by Gordon Henry, Silvia Martinez-Falquina, and Nieves Pascual Soler, 159–190. Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 2010.

Ferolo, J., K. Stein, G. Brown, R. Rowe, G. Will, E. Lamoureux, S. Cavanah, K. Otto, and B. Norman. Paged, Staged, and Engaged. Hartmann Center for the Performing Arts gallery, Bradley University. Peoria, IL (2009). 

Jost, Jean. “Humorous Transgression in the Non-Conformist Fabliaux Genre: a Bakhtinian Analysis of Three Comic Tales.” In Laughter in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times, edited by Albrecht Classe, 429–55. Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2010.

———. “Urban and Liminal Spaces in Chaucer’s Knight’s Tale: Perilous or Protective.” In An Interdisciplinary Look at Urban Space in the Middle Ages, edited by Albrecht Classen, 373–94. Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2010.

Katz, Seth. “Our Love/Hate Relationship with ‘Proper’ English.” Barbarians at the Gates: Language Attitudes and Popular Linguistics, edited by Dr. Patricia Donaher, 263–287. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010.

Palakeel, Thomas. “Ecological Vision: The Native American Example.” In Ningalku Njangal Bhoomi Vittal, 41–88. Kottayam, India: DC Books, 2010.

Prescott, Dr. Robert, English Department chair. Why to Major in English If You’re Not Going to Teach. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company, 2010.

Dr. Robert Prescott, English Department chair. Why to Major in English If You’re Not Going to Teach. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company, 2010.

Dr. Prescott wrote this book to clarify the value of college English courses not only for English majors, but also for their parents, their career counselors, and their future employers. Roughly 70 percent of English majors are employed in business or public service, and this book explains how the English major curriculum provides students with the transferable skills they need to thrive in their chosen careers.

The book also includes a series of chapters that help English majors identify job opportunities and present themselves to employers. The final chapter contains an “English Major Hall of Fame” that includes nearly 200 accomplished English graduates in all walks of life — including five Supreme Court justices, astronaut Sally Ride, two Nobel Laureates in medicine, 17 of America’s leading journalists, and a long list of business leaders that includes the chief executive officers of Xerox, 3M, The New York Times, Nextel, Avon, Mattel, NBC, and the Sears Holding Corporation.

“I would echo Dr. Prescott’s call to action for all English majors, that they be sure to apply their skills in intern- ships and summer jobs in business and government agencies that excite them, so that when the time comes, they can confidently step out and confound the stereotypical view that they have no relevant or valuable skills,” says retired Caterpillar Inc. Vice President William D. Mayo. “Without question, their skills are an outstanding foundation for success in business.”

Stein, Kevin. “(Hidden Track): Poetry in Public Places.” TriQuarterly 45, no. 135–36 (2010): 446–54.

———. “(Hidden Track): Poetry in Public Places.” Poetry Daily (Spring 2010).

———. “Of Poetry, This World, and Those Others.” Illinois English Bulletin 97, no. 1 (2009): 19–21.

———. Poetry’s Afterlife: Verse in the Digital Age. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, digitalculturebooks, 2010.

Dr. Kevin Stein, Caterpillar Professor of English. Poetry’s Afterlife: Verse in the Digital Age. Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, digitalculturebooks, 2010.

Poetry’s Afterlife addresses the role of poetry and its vitality in the digital age in response to critical proclamations of poetry’s untimely “death.” In Poetry’s Afterlife, the Illinois Poet Laureate uses a blend of memoir, scholarship, and personal essay to describe the current poetry scene and how it evolved. Stein demonstrates that poetry is not only alive but also thriving on the streets and in schools and universities. Poetry is flourishing even online.

The book speaks to students studying poetry and to teachers wondering how poetry fits in their lesson plans. “Kevin Stein is the most astute poet-critic of his generation, and this is a crucial book, confronting the most vexing issues which poetry faces in a new century,” David Wojahn of Virginia Commonwealth University says.

Vickroy, Laurie. “You’re History: Living with Trauma in The Robber Bride.” In Margaret Atwood: The Robber Bride, The Blind Assassin, and Oryx and Crake, edited by J. Brooks Bouson. New York: Continuum Press, 2009.  

Family and Consumer Sciences

Collins, N.R. “Promotion of Under-graduate Research.” Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences 101, no. 3 (2009): 24–31.

Collins, N.R., D. Mitstifer, B. Nelson-Goff, and S. Hymon-Parker. “Perceptions of the Value of Undergraduate Research: A Pilot Qualitative Study of Human Sciences Graduates.” Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal 38, no. 3 (2010): 302–315. 

Davidson, J., G.K. Randall, and M.A. Getz. “Self-Reported Height, Calculated Height, and Derived Body Mass Index in Assessment of Older Adults.” Journal of Nutrition for the Elderly 28, no. 4 (2009): 359–371.

Henry, K., C. Schenck, and N.R. Collins. “Qualifications of Dietary Managers in Senior Living Communities.” Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences 9, http://www.kon.org/urc/urc/v9.html

Newell, A., G. Yousef, M.A. Lila, M. Ramirez-Marces, and E. Gonzalez de Mejia. “Comparative In Vitro Bioactivities of Tea Extracts from Six Species of Ardisia.” Journal of Ethnopharmacology 130 (2010): 536–544.

Randall, G.K., L.W. Poon, P. Martin, A. Bishop, J. Cho, G. da Rosa, G. Deshpande, R. Hensley, M. McDonald, J. Margrett. “Understanding Centenarians’ Psychosocial Dynamics and Their Contributions
 to Health and Quality of Life.” Current Gerontology and Geriatrics Research, (2010): Article ID 680657, http://www.hindawi.com/journals/cggr/2010/680657.html

Randall, G.K., P. Martin, M. McDonald, and L.W. Poon. “Social Resources and Longevity: Findings from the Georgia Centenarian Study.” Gerontology 56,
no. 1 (2010): 106–111. 

Sargent, M.E., K.L. Evola, G.K. Randall, and J. Davidson. “Correlates of Protein Intake Among Community Dwelling Older Adults.” Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences (2010): http://www.kon.org/urc/v9/sargent.html 

Zahid, S., T. Fleming, and G.K. Randall. “Microbial Growth in Ground Beef During Different Methods of Thawing.” Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences 9 (2010).

Finance and Quantitative Methods

Bhandari, Shyam B. “Discounted Payback Period: Some Extensions.” Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences 21, no. 1 (2009) 28–38.

Hong, L., and A. Elshahat. “Conditional Tail Variance and Conditional Tail Skewness.” Journal of Financial and Economic Practice 10, no. 1 (2010): 147–156.

Foreign Languages 

Harris, T.K. “Euphemisms and Periphrastic Expressions in Judeo-Spanish.” Ladinar 5 (2009): vi–xxiii.

———. “Judeo-Spanish vs. Standard Spanish: Language Attitudes in New York and Los Angeles.” Southern Journal of Linguistics 30, no. 1 (2009): 1–18.

Hertich, Alexander. “From Dying.” The Review of Contemporary Fiction 29, no. 3 (2009): 130–139. 

———. Translated René Belletto’s Dying. Champaign, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 2010.

Dr. Alexander Hertich, associate professor of French. Translator for Dying by René Belletto. Champaign, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 2010.

Inspired by Velázquez’s painting Las Meninas, this metaphysical thriller is filled with mirrored images of uncertain worlds. The novel’s first section tells of Sixtus, who escapes a decaying existence in a squalid hotel and, through a series of odd coincidences, finds a suitcase full of cash, a beautiful woman, and a manuscript which seems to recount his own story. In the second section, an unnamed sculptor fakes his death to flee a woman whom he loves too much.

While the precise link between the two sections is uncertain, the echoes — music, love, writing, dreams, France, Spain, life, and death — reverberate, creating a literary adventure where word play, descriptions, and oneiric scenes both enrapture and embroil the reader’s understanding of the text, just as the meaning of death itself continues both to fascinate and elude.

Portocarrero, Melvy. “Mujercitas: de Alcott a Serrano, una nueva Vision Femenina de la Mujer Latinoamericana.” Hispanic Journal 31, no.1 (2010).

———. “The Scroll of Seduction: Putting a New Light on the Dark Side of History.” Hispanic Journal 31, no.2 (2010).

History 

Gates, R. “Pan-Asianism in Prewar Japanese Foreign Affairs: The Case of Uchida Yasuya and His Asianism.” Journal of Japanese Studies (2011). 

Gentes, Andrew A. Exile, Murder and Madness in Siberia, 1823–61. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

Dr. Andrew Gentes, assistant professor of history. Exile, Murder and Madness in Siberia, 1823–61. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

Exile, Murder and Madness in Siberia, 1823–61 addresses the reasons 300,000 Russians were deported to Siberia, despite reports that deportation was devastating the region. From 1823 to 1861, the tsarist Russian government expanded Siberia’s role as an enormous prison and sent many there, including large numbers never convicted by the judiciary.

Serf owners and peasant assemblies exiled the elderly and mentally and physically disabled to Siberia, which also became the destination for many political dissidents. Dr. Gentes includes stories of their physical and psychological suffering, as well as heroism and personal resurrection.

“Andrew Gentes’ emerging history of Siberia is a major contribution to the study of Eurasia,” writes Professor Abbott Gleason of Brown University.

Guzman, G.G. “European Captives and Craftsmen Among the Mongols, 1231–1255.” Historian 72, no. 1 (2010): 122–150.

Lasser, Carol, and Stacey Robertson. Antebellum Women: Private, Public, Partisan. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Press, 2010. (See p. 37.)

Dr. Stacey Robertson, Oglesby Endowed Professor of American Heritage, and Carol Lasser. Antebellum Women: Private, Public, Partisan. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2010.

Antebellum Women: Private, Public, Partisan analyzes women of different races and social classes to provide a variety of women’s experiences to readers. Co-authored by Dr. Robertson and Lasser, a history professor at Oberlin College, the book shows how American women throughout history understood and acted based upon their roles, responsibilities, and attitudes.

The book delves into the relationship between women and civic and political activities. Various topics involve Cherokee women, Lowell Mill girls, elite blacks and whites, and suffragists. The book also contains documents that include key landmarks and new discoveries, as well as a review of the scholarship on women and gender between the Revolution and Civil War.

“Combining lucid analysis of women, black and white, Native and Euro American, elite and laboring classes, with a dazzling variety of documents, Lasser and Robertson freshly synthesize decades of scholarship and introduce us to women’s experiences in all their richness and vibrancy,” says Mary Kelley of the University of Michigan.

Robertson, S. “‘The Strength that Union Gives’: Western Women and Pragmatic Antislavery Politics.” American Nineteenth Century History 10 (2009): 299–315. 

———. Hearts Beating for Liberty: Women Abolitionists in the Old Northwest. Chapel Hill, NC: The University
of North Carolina Press, 2010. (See p. 36.)

Dr. Stacey Robertson, Oglesby Endowed Professor of American Heritage. Hearts Beating for Liberty: Women Abolitionists in the Old Northwest. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 2010.

Challenging traditional histories of abolition in Hearts Beating for Liberty, the associate professor of history focuses on the women of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin and their roles in the antislavery movement. The women of the Old Northwest were active in Liberty Party politics, supported a boycott of slave goods, and constantly helped fugitive slaves and free blacks. Robertson, who researched the book for more than a decade, argues that the cultural environment of the Old Northwest, where men and women worked together to help slaves, presented the perfect conditions for these women to work toward abolition.

“The book is empowering for women. It was for me personally,” Dr. Robertson says.

It includes an analysis of women who worked to eliminate antislavery laws, aided slaves, and built and sustained schools for blacks. Dr. Robertson makes the point that abolition required people from different races and backgrounds to come together, and women were especially good at cooperating with others.

Fellow abolitionist author Anne M. Boylan said, “Hearts Beating for Liberty offers a fresh and necessary perspective on grassroots abolition. Stacey Robertson makes a compelling case for the distinctiveness both of Midwestern abolitionism and of Midwestern women’s activism within the antislavery movement.”

Scott, A. “The Antiwar Movement.” In America and the Vietnam War: Re-examining the Culture & History
of a Generation
, edited by Andrew Weist, Mary Kathryn Barbier, and Glenn Robins, 121–140. New York: Routledge Press, 2010.

Williams, J.A. “The Rebellious Body of the New Human Being: Socialist Nudism in the Weimar Republic, 1919–1933.” In Rebellion and Revolution: Defiance in German Language, History, and Art, edited by Priscilla Layne and Melissa Etzler, 189–209. United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010.

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and Technology

Chen, J.C., and Y. Li. “Incorporating Entrepreneurship into a Hands-On Facility Planning Course.” The Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Louisville, KY (June 24–26, 2010).

Ma, W.N., D.C. Gong, and G.C. Lin. “An Optimal Common Production Cycle Time for Imperfect Production Processes with Scrap.” Mathematical and Computer Modeling 52, no. 5–6 (2010): 724–737.

Interactive Media

Ferolo, J., K. Stein, G. Brown, R. Rowe, G. Will, E. Lamoureux, S. Cavanah, K. Otto, and B. Norman. Paged, Staged, and Engaged. Hartmann Center for the Performing Arts gallery, Bradley University. Peoria, IL (2009). 

McGill, M.M. “Collaborative Design of Cross-Disciplinary Game Minors Based on the IGDA Curriculum Framework.” Proceedings of the 2010 ACM SIGCSE Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (2010): 259–263.

International Studies

Bukowski, Charles. “Assessing Slovenia’s European Union Presidency.” Slovenia Studies 31, no. 2 (2009): 95–116.

Leadership in Education, Human Services, and Counseling

Buchko, A.A., and Buchko, K.J. “Moral Reasoning and Moral Behavior Among Incoming First-Year Business Students: An Exploratory Study.” In Journal of Business and Leadership: Research, Practice, and Teaching, edited by M. Martin, 5, no. 1 (2009): 68–77.

———. “So We Teach Business Ethics — Do They Learn?” In Journal of Business Ethics Education, edited by John Hooker, Ph.D., 6 (2009): 119–146.

Risen, D.M. “A Study of an Early Release Program for Staff Development in an Urban School District.” National Forum for Educational Leadership & Supervision, 27 (2010, 27th year anniversary edition), National Forum Journals, 54–63.

Russell-Chapin, L.A., and T. Chapin. Clinical Supervision: Theory and Practice. Florence, KY: Cengage Learning, 2011.

Dr. Lori Ann Russell-Chapin, associate dean of the College of Education and Health Sciences, and Dr. Ted Chapin. Clinical Supervision: Theory and Practice, First Edition. Florence, KY: Cengage Learning, 2011.

This comprehensive text offers theoretical and practical aspects of supervision, including coverage of supervision models and theory, and ethics and supervision trends. Self-assessments are available at the end of each chapter, as well as case studies and other applied activities. The book enables a practitioner to learn more about meeting with other professionals to discuss case work and other professional development aspects.

An optional DVD supplements the text with 10 cases that demonstrate various approaches to supervising helping professionals.

Rybak, C., C.L. Maharjan, and A. Adhikari. “Emotional Intelligence in the Educational and Therapeutic Community in Nepal.” Journal of Education and Research 2, (2010): 35–43.

Rybak, C., and M. Deuskar. “Enriching Group Counseling Through Integrating Yoga Concepts and Practices.” Journal of Creativity in Mental Health 5, no. 1 (2010): 3–14.

Sherman, N.E. “Mentoring Graduate Students’ Career Development.” In Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, edited by Paul Dobrescu and Mihaela Alexandra Ionescu, 11, no. 3 (2009): 87–92.

Tripses, J.S. “Community Schools Modeled after Flint, MI.” In Encyclopedia of Educational Reform and Dissent, edited by T.C. Hunt, J.C. Carper, T.J. Lasley, and C.D. Raisch. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, 2010.

Tripses, J.S., L. Searby, F. Karanovich. “Professors Partner to Prepare Protégés.”  International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 5 no. 1 (2010): http://ijelp.expressacademic.org/article.php?autoID=356&issueID=73

Library

Chen, X. “Blog Archiving Issues: A Look at Blogs on Major Events and Popular Blogs.” Internet Reference Services Quarterly 15, no. 1 (2010): 21–33.

———. “Google Scholar’s Dramatic Coverage Improvement Five Years after Debut.” Serials Review 36, no. 4 (2010): 221–226.

———. “The Declining Value of
Subscription-Based Abstracting and Indexing Services in the New Knowledge Dissemination Era.” Serials Review 36,
no. 2 (2010): 79–85.

Marketing

Garrett, J., and S. Gopalakrishna. “Customer Value Impact of Sales Contests.” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 38, no. 6 (2010): 775–786.

Lusch, R.F., J.R. Brown, and M. O’Brien. “Protecting Relational Assets: A Pre and Post Field Study of a Horizontal Business Combination.” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science (2010), 10.1007/s11747-010-0197-2.

Scheer, L.K., C.F. Miao, and J. Garrett. “The Effects of Supplier Capabilities on Industrial Customers’ Loyalty: The Role of Dependence.” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 38, no. 1 (2010): 90–104.

Yurchisin, J., J. Park, and M. O’Brien. Effects of Ideal Image Congruence and Organizational Commitment on Employee Intention to Leave.” Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 17, no. 5 (2010): 406–414.

Mathematics 

Bieth, B., L. Hong, and J. Sarkar. “A Standby System with Two Repair Persons Under Arbitrary Life and Repair Times.” Mathematical and Computer Modeling 51, no. 5–6 (2010): 756–767.

Delgado, A.L., D.J.S. Robinson, and M. Timm. “Generalized Baumslag-Solitar Groups and Geometric Homomorphisms.” Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, (2010).

Highfill, J., and M. McAsey. “Firm Metrics with Continuous R&D, Quality Improvement, and Cournot Quantities.” International Advances in Economic Research 16, no. 3 (August 2010): 243–256.

Hong, L., and A. Elshahat. “Conditional Tail Variance and Conditional Tail Skewness.” Journal of Financial and Economic Practice 10, no. 1 (2010): 147–156.  

Jungck, G. “Generalizations of Continuity in the Context of the Proper Orbits and Fixed Point Theory.” Topology Proceedings 37 (published online May 2010): 129–143.

Szeto, G., and L. Xue. “Galois Extensions with a Galois Commutator Subring.” International Journal of Algebra 3, no. 17–20 (2009): 993–999. 

———. “On Galois Extension with an Inner Galois Group.” Advanced Lectures in Mathematics, no. 8 (2009): 239–245.

———. “On Hirata Separable Galois Extensions.” Scientiae Mathematicae Japonicae 69, no. 3 (May 2009): 405–410.

Mechanical Engineering 

Deshpande, G., N. Hand, J. Magnusson, A. Davis, K. Nair, and M. Morris. “Novel Design for Jaw-Thrust and Head Immobilization Device and Its Successful Testing Using Human Simulator.” Journal of Medical Devices 4, no. 2 (2010): doi:10.1115/1.3439652.

Fakheri, A. “Second Law Analysis of Heat Exchangers.” Journal of Heat Transfer 132, no. 11 (2010): doi:10.1115/1.4002097.

Fakheri, A. “Flow Separation.” ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings 7, 2010: 161–167.

Fakheri, A., and M.H. Naraghi. “Non-Iterative Solution of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations Using Spreadsheets.” Computers in Education Journal 19, no. 3 (2009): 28–37.

Katinas, C., and A. Fakheri. “Heat Transfer and Pressure Drop Correlation in Helicoidal Pipes of Rectangular Cross Section.” ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings 9, (Part B), 2010: 1255–1262.

Masi, A.T., J.C. Hannon, and K. Nair. “Response to Letter to Editor on Human Resting Muscle Tone (HRMT).” Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies 13, no. 2 (2009): 118–120. 

Mehta, D. “Impacts of Save Energy Now (SEN) Program.” Strategic Planning for Energy and the Environment 28, no. 4 (2009): 6–22.

Mehta, D. Paul. “Impacts of Industrial Assessment Centers on Energy Engineering Education.” ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings 7, 2010: 113–120.

Morris, M., and S. Post. “Force Balance Design for Educational Wind Tunnels.” AC 2010-393 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Louisville, KY (2010).

Nair, Kalyani, Milind Gandhi, Saif Khalil, Karen Chang Yan, Michele Marcolongo, Kenneth Barbee, and Wei Sun. “Modeling and Experimental Study of Cell Injury Evaluated Using Biomanufacturing Process.” Biotechnology Journal 4, no. 7 (2010): 1–10.

Neelly, K.R., J.G. Terry, and M.J. Morris. “A Mechanical Comparison of Linear and Double-Looped Hung Supplemental Heavy Chain Resistance to the Back Squat: A Case Study.” Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 24, no. 1 (2010): 278–281.

Post, S. “Organization of Teams for Group Homeworks and Projects.” AC 2010-454, ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Louisville, KY (2010). 

Post, S., S. Seetharaman, and S. Abimannan. “A Design-Build-Test-Fly Project Involving Modeling,
Manufacturing, and Testing.” AC 2010-233, ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Louisville, KY (2010).

Post, S.L., J. McLachlan, T. Lonas, J. Danes, D. Knobloch, C. Darrow, E. Sinn, et al. “Aerodynamics of a Badminton Shuttlecock.” ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings 7, 2010: 145–150. 

Yan, K.C., K. Paluch, K. Nair, and W. Sun. “Effects of Process Parameters on Cell Damage in a 3-D Cell Printing Process.” ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings 2, 2010: 75–81.

Zietlow, D., and D.A. Spurgeon. “Semi-theoretical Model of an Evaporator to Reduce Design Cycle Time.” Journal of Thermal Science and Engineering Applications 1, no. 3 (2010): doi:10.1115/1.3202791.

Music

Dzapo, Kyle (flute), and Matthew Mazzoni (piano). Joachim Andersen: Etudes and Salon Music, compact disc, Naxos (2010). 

Henry Liebenow, Marcia. “Fixing That Bow Hold.” The Scroll, Illinois American String Teachers Association magazine, (January 2010): 28.

———. Concordia String Trio concert with pianist John Orfe. Lewis Mirror Scherzo, Piston Three Counterpoints, Colson String Trio No. 1: Zazen, Brahms Piano Quartet in C Minor, Op. 60, Columbia, MO, February 1, 2010.

———. Faculty artist, Affetti Music Festival, Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G, Vivaldi The Four Seasons, Glazunov Oriental Reverie, Mendelssohn Octet, Anchorage and Eagle River, AL, August 21–29, 2010.

———. Faculty artist, Chamber Music Recitals, Red Lodge Music Festival, Harmon Potpourri (world premiere), Stanford Irish Rhapsody No. 6, Mendelssohn Overture: Ruy Blas, Op. 95, Schumann Quintet in E-flat Major, Op. 44, Red Lodge, MT, June 12–19, 2010.

———. Faculty artist, Warebrook Contemporary Music Festival, Pfaff Quintet for Clarinet, String Trio and Piano (world premiere), Colson String Trio No. 1: Zazen, Piston Three Counterpoints, Orfe Barcarolle, Doncaster Song of Nature, Irasburg, Newport and Derby Line, VT, July 11–17, 2010.

———. Faculty Chamber Music, Grieg Holberg Suite, Birch Creek Music Festival, Egg Harbor, WI, June 28, 2010.

———. Performance with the String Orchestra of the Rockies, Gresham
Three Essays for Viola and Double String Orchestra (world premiere), Vivaldi Concerto Grosso in D Minor, Harberg Elegy for Viola and String Orchestra, Mozart Divertimento in D Major, Vaughan Williams Phantasy for String Orchestra, Missoula, MT, May 2, 2010.

———. Recital with internationally-renowned pianist Antonio Pompa-Baldi, Beethoven Sonata No. 4 in A Minor, Schumann Sonata in A Minor, Elgar Salut d’Amour, Morton Fine Arts Association Concert, March 1, 2010.

———. Soloist with the Birch Creek Festival Orchestra, Stanford Irish Rhapsody No. 6, Egg Harbor, WI,
June 25–26, 2010.

Jost, John. Arranged Laguerre-Jost: Conte Haïtien with composer Férère Laguerre. Performed by Mott Community College Band, Flint, MI, April 2010. 

———. Arranged Laguerre-Jost: Siro genadine; Ti Zwazo with composer Férère Laguerre. Performed by Viva City Band, Minneapolis, MN, March 1, 2010.

———. Arranged Lamothe-Jost: Prélude, from Scènes de Carnaval with composer Ludovic Lamothe. Performed by Orchestre Philharmonique Sainte Trinité, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, August 1, 2010. 

———. Conductor for Bradley Chorale Concert Tour of Denmark, in Christians Kirke, Copenhagen; Viborg Domkirke, Viborg; Silkeborg Kirke and Højskole, Silkeborg; Roskilde Domkirke, Roskilde, May 18–28, 2010.

———. Conductor for Friends of Haiti Orchestra. Haiti Benefit Concert, Lawrence University Conservatory, Appleton, WI, February 6, 2010.

Jost, John. Conductor for Friends of Haiti Orchestra. Haiti Benefit Concert, Mott Community College, Flint, MI, March 19, 2010.

———. Conductor for Orchestre Philharmonique Sainte Trinité. Chathédrale Sainte Trinité Memorial Concert, August 1, 2010. 

Kaizer, Edward, and Janet Kaizer. Solo and duet piano performance, Illinois State Teachers Music Association. Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL, November 12, 2010.

Orfe, Dr. John. Composer in Residence, Peoria Symphony Orchestra’s first.

———. Chamber Symphony. London, England, June 24, 2010.

———. Dowland Remix. Bremen, Germany, September 26, 2010, and Sacramento, CA, October 28, 2010.

———. O Crux Splendidior for a cappella chorus and solo trombone performed in Finland, Latvia, and Estonia, May 2010.

———. The Crown of the Righteous. Performed by Bradley Chorale on its Denmark tour, May 2010.

———. Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control for guitar and saxophone. Performed in Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, across the mid-Atlantic, southeastern and midwestern United States by Duo Montagnard, June–October 2010.

———. Barcarolle for clarinet, violin and cello performed at Warebrook Contemporary Music Festival, Vermont, July 16, 2010, and New Hampshire Music Festival, August 8, 2010.

Nursing

Erickson, D.L., J.L. Ruthman. “Personal and Interdisciplinary Communication.”  Nursing Leadership & Management. Clifton Park, NJ: Delmar, Cengage Learning, 2010: 21.

Physical Therapy and Health Science

Kelly, J.P., C. Sparks. “Orthopedic Management of the Lumbar, Thoracic, and Cervical Spine.” In Fundamental Orthopedic Management for the Physical Therapist Assistant, edited by Robert C. Manske DPT. Maryland Heights, MO: Mosby, 2010.

Neelly, K.R., J.G. Terry, and M.J. Morris. “A Mechanical Comparison of Linear and Double-Looped Hung Supplemental Heavy Chain Resistance to the Back Squat: A Case Study.” Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 24, no. 1 (2010): 278–281.

Pasquini, S., M.L. Peterson, S. Rattansi, K. Colclasure, D. King, A. Mergen, C. Ropp, and J. Vaughn. “The Impact of Assistive Device Prescription on Gait Following Total Knee Replacement.” Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy 33, no. 2, (2010): 64–70.

Peterson, M.L., S.C. Bertram, K.R. Neelly, A. Ausili, and B. Atterberry. “A Comparison of Posture and Sit-to-Stand Biomechanics of Pregnant Women in the Third Trimester With and Without an Abdominal Support: A Pilot Study.” Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy 34, no. 1 (2010): 3–9.

Tippett, S.R., M.L. Voight. “Plyometrics in Rehabilitation.” Rehabilitation Techniques for Sports Medicine and Athletic Training. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2010 (5th edition).

Physics

Chen, H.L., J.C. Hsu, P.W. Wang, Y.H. Lin, K.T. Wu, and C.R. Liu. “AlF3 Film Deposited by IAD with End-Hall Ion Source Using SF6 as Working Gas.” Applied Surface Science 256, no. 4 (2009): 1232–1235. 

Chen-yu, W., P. Shi-hong, M. Teng-cai, and P.W. Wang. “Investigation of UV-photon Induced Hydrophilicity of Titanium Ion-implanted Soda-lime Silicate Glasses.” Materials Chemistry and Physics, (2010):  DOI:10.1016/j.matchemphys.2010.09.034.

Hsu, J.C., P.W. Wang, Y.H. Lin, H.L. Chen, Y.D. Yao, and J.C. Yu. “Anti-reflective Effect of Transparent Polymer by Plasma Treatment with End-Hall Ion Source and Optical Coating.” Optical Review 17, no. 6 (2010): 553–556. 

Wang, P.W., J.C. Hsu, Y.H. Lin, and H.L. Chen. “Nitrogen Bonding in Aluminum Oxynitride Films.” Applied Surface Science 256, no. 13 (2010): 4211–4214.

Wang, P.W., J.C. Hsu, Y.H. Lin, and H.L. Chen. “Structural Investigation of High-Transmittance Aluminum Oxynitride Films Deposited by Ion Beam Sputtering.” Surface and Interface Analysis, doi: 10.1002/sia.3700

Political Science

Gill, Emily R. “When Free Speech Meets Free Association: The Case of the Boy Scouts.” In Freedom of Expression in a Diverse World, edited by Deidre Golash, 147–161. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer, 2010. 

Professional Staff

Hafner, J.W., S.M. Hough, M.A. Getz, Y. Whitehurst, and R.H. Pearl. “All-Terrain Vehicle Safety and Use Patterns in Central Illinois Youth.” Journal of Rural Health 26, no. 1 (2010): 67–72.

Knott, Gregory, editor. Symposium, “Teaching Civil Rights.” St. Louis University Law Journal 54, no. 3 (2010).

Knott, Gregory. “Transsexual Law Unconstitutional: German Federal Constitutional Court Demands Reformation of Law Because of Fundamental Rights Conflict.” St. Louis University Law Journal 54 (2010): 997. 

Psychology

Chaudoir, S.R., and D.M. Quinn. “Bystander Sexism in the Intergroup Context: The Impact of Cat-Calls on Women’s Reactions Towards Men.” Sex Roles 62, no. 9 (2010): 623–634.

———. “Revealing Concealable Stigmatized Identities: The Impact of Disclosure Motivations and Positive First Disclosure Experiences on Fear of Disclosure and Well-Being.” Journal of Social Issues: Social Stigma and Social Disadvantage
66, (2010): 570–584.

Chaudoir, S.R., and J.D. Fisher. “The Disclosure Processes Model: Understanding Disclosure Decision Making and Post Disclosure Outcomes Among People Living with a Concealable Stigmatized Identity.” Psychological Bulletin 136, no. 2 (2010): 236–256.

Earnshaw, V.A., and S.R. Chaudoir. “From Conceptualizing to Measuring HIV Stigma: A Review of HIV Stigma Mechanisms Measures.” Aids and Behavior 13, no. 6 (2009): 1160–1177. 

Griggs, R., C. Weir, W. Wayman, and T.E. Koeltzow. “Intermittent Methyl-phenidate During Adolescent Develop-ment Produces Locomotor Hyperactivity and an Enhanced Response to Cocaine Compared to Continuous Treatment in Rats.” Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 96, no. 2 (2010): 166–174.

Hermann, A.D., D.A. Foster, and E.E. Hardin. “Does the First Week of Class Matter? A Quasi-Experimental Investigation of Student Satisfaction.” Teaching of Psychology 37, no. 2 (2010): 79–84.

Montgomery, D.E., and T.E. Koeltzow. “A Review of the Day-Night Task: The Stroop Paradigm and Interference Control in Young Children.” Developmental Review (2010).

Quinn, D.M., S.R. Chaudoir, and R.W. Kallen. “Self-objectification and Performance: A Review and Integration.” In Self-objectification in Women: Causes, Consequences, and Counteractions, edited by R.M. Calegero, S. Tantleff-Dunn, and J.K. Thompson. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 2010. 

Schmitt, D.P. “Human Mate Choice.” Chapter 17. In Human Evolutionary Biology, edited by M.P. Muehlenbein. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

Schmitt, D.P. “Psychological Adaptation and Human Fertility Patterns: Some Evidence of Human Mating Strategies as Evoked Sexual Culture.” In Romance and Sex in Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: Risks and Opportunities, edited by A. Booth and A.C. Croter. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2010.

Schmitt, D.P. “Romantic Attachment from Argentina to Zimbabwe: Patterns of Adaptive Variation Across Contexts, Cultures, and Local Ecologies.” In Cross-Cultural Attachment Across the Life-Span, edited by K. Ng and P. Erdman, 211–226. New York: Routledge, 2010.

Schweigert, W.A., and L. Krengel. “Who Are the Beekeepers?” Bee Culture 138, no. 9 (2010): 65–67. 

Wichman, A.L., and A.D. Hermann. “Deconstructing the Link Between Self-Doubt and Self-Worth: Ideas to Reduce Maladaptive Coping.” In The Uncertain Self: A Handbook of Perspectives from Social and Personality Psychology, edited by R.M. Arkin, K.C. Oleson, and P.J. Carroll, 321–337. New York: Psychology Press, 2010.

Sociology

Hogan, J. “Gendered and Racialised Discourses of National Identity in Baz Luhrmann’s Australia.” Journal of Australian Studies 34, no. 1 (2010): 63–77.

Novak, K.B., and L.A. Crawford. “Routine Activities as Determinants of Gender Differences in Delinquency.” Journal of Criminal Justice 38, no. 5 (September–October 2010): 913–920.

Spiller, Marwin J., and R.R. Land. “A Serious Dialogue: The Influence of Hip-Hop Culture on the Status of Young African American Males.” In The State of the African American Male, edited by E.B. Zamani-Gallaher and V.C. Polite, 189–220. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 2010. 

Teacher Education

Arquette, C.M. “Education Majors’ Textbook Reading Habits: How Much are They Reading?” National Social Science Journal 35, no. 1 (2010). 

Britner, S.L. “Science Anxiety: Relationship to Achievement, Self-Efficacy, and Pedagogical Factors.” In Anxiety in Schools, edited by J.C. Cassady, 80–94. New York: Peter Lang, 2010.

Cantù, D.A. “Emerging Classroom Technologies: Application of the 2010 Horizon Report to K–12 education.” Interface: The Journal of Education, Community, and Values, 10, no. 3 (2010).

Cantù, D.A. The Art and Science of Elementary Social Studies Education. El Cajon, CA: National Social Science Press, 2010.

Dr. D. Antonio Cantù, Department of Teacher Education chair. The Art and Science of Elementary Social Studies Education. El Cajon, CA: National Social Science Press, 2010.

Dr. Cantù focuses on the teaching of elementary social studies within the various contexts of kindergarten through eighth-grade curricula, including anthropology, civics/government, economics, geography, and history. He looks at the integration of primary and secondary source documents in the digital classroom environment.

The Department of Teacher Education chair examines social studies education from a perspective that combines theory, research, and practice. Those elements combined with pedagogical methods, strategies, and assessments are designed to ensure that social studies is relevant to students in a multicultural, information-rich, and digital world.

Chrosniak, P. “Linguistics.” In 21st Century Anthropology: A Reference Handbook, edited by H. James Birx, Ph.D., 1: 258–268. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2010.

Edgcomb, Michelle R., Heljä Antola-Crowe, Jeffery D. Rice, Sherri J. Morris, Robert J. Wolffe, and Kelly D. McConnaughay. “Undergraduate Peer and Near-Peer Mentors at Bradley University: Enhancing the Learning Culture in Summer Research Programs.” The CUR Quarterly 31, no. 2 (2010): 18–25.

Finson, K.D. Educational Methods, Strategies, and Evaluation Techniques for Health Science. Documents and Reproduction Services, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL (2010).

Finson, K.D. “The Dime Store Novel: Learning About Inferring.” Illinois Science Teachers Association Spectrum 36, no.1 (2010): 24–26.

Finson, K.D., C. Ormsbee, and M. Jensen. Retooling Science Activities and Assessments for Students with Special Needs. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 2010.

Hunzicker, J.L. “Teacher Learning through National Board Candidacy: A Comparative Case Study.” International Journal of Teacher Leadership 3, no. 3 (2010): 30.

Johnson, C.E. “Peace Education.” In Encyclopedia of Educational Reform and Dissent, 688–690. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2010.

Lukowiak, T.L. “Positive Behavioral Strategies for Students with EBD and Needed Supports for Teachers and Para-professionals.” Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals, (Winter 2010): http://www.naset.org/777.0html 

———. “Training and Support for Parents of Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.” Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals, (Winter 2010): http://www.naset.org/777.0html 

Lukowiak, T.L., and J.D. Bridges.
“Punishment Strategies: First Choice or Last Resort?” Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals, (Fall 2010): http://www.naset.org/777.0.html

McMullen, D.W. “On the State of Teacher Education” http://tps.nl.edu/TPSJournalpanel22.htm (online forum). The TPS  Journal 1, no. 2 (February 2010). Chicago: Federation of Independent Illinois Colleges and Universities: http://tps.nl.edu

Morris, S.J., K.D. McConnaughay, and R.J. Wolffe. “Engaging Researchers with Different Levels of Experience and Perspectives: Planning and Payoffs.” In Broadening Participation in Under-graduate Research, edited by M. Boyd and J. Wesemann, 179–190. Washington, D.C.: Council for Undergraduate Research, 2010. 

Nikolopoulos, C., D.A. Kuester, M. Sheehan, and S. Dhanya. “Socially Assistive Robotics and Autism.”
Solid State Phenomena 166–167 (2010): 315–320.

Pardieck, S.C., and D.W. McMullen. “Teaching with Primary Sources in the Middle School Content Areas.” The TPS Journal 1, no. 2 (February 2010): http://tps.nl.edu. Chicago, IL: Federation of Independent Illinois Colleges and Universities.

Theatre Arts

Arnold, Becki. Costume designer for Rent, Noises Off, Showboat, Big River, and Sunday in the Park with George. Clinton Area Showboat Theatre in Clinton, IA, Summer 2010.

Ferolo, J., K. Stein, G. Brown, R. Rowe, G. Will, E. Lamoureux, S. Cavanah, K. Otto, and B. Norman. Paged, Staged, and Engaged. Hartmann Center for the Performing Arts gallery, Bradley University. Peoria, IL (2009).