Kerr, Stephen. “A Note of Caution: The International CPA Designation.” The Clute Institute 4, no. 6 (2011): 39–44.
Petravick, Gail, Coleen Troutman, and Mollie Adams. “Advising Financially Stressed Clients: When Debts Surpass Their Means, Be Ready with Wise Counsel.” Journal of Accountancy (September 2011): 50–55.
Haddix, M. L., A. F. Plante, R. T. Conant, J. Six, M. Steinweg, K. Magrini-Bair, R. A. Drijber, E. A. Paul, and Sherri J. Morris. “The Role of Soil Characteristics on Temperature Sensitivity of Soil Organic Matter.” American Journal of Soil Science 75, no. 1 (2011): 56–68.
McCormick, S. P., A. M. Stanley, Nicholas A. Stover, and N. J. Alexander. “Trichothecenes: From Simple to Complex Mycotoxins.” Toxins 3, no. 7 (2011): 802–814.
Salim, H. M. W., A. M. Koire, Nicholas A. Stover, and A. R. O. Cavalcanti. “Detection of Fused Genes in Eukaryotic Genomes Using Gene DeFuser: Analysis of the Tetrahymena Thermophila Genome.” BMC Bioinformatics 12, no. 1 (2011): 279–288.
Stauffer, Timothy W., John D. Hatle, and Douglas W. Whitman. “Divergent Egg Physiologies in Two Closely Related Grasshopper Species: Taeniopoda Eques Versus Romalea Microptera (Orthoptera: Romaleidae).” Environmental Entomology 40, no. 1 (2011): 157–166.
Stover, Nicholas A., Thomas A. Dixon, and Andre R. O. Cavalcanti. “Multiple Independent Fusions of Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase with Enzymes in the Pentose Phosphate Pathway.” PLoS ONE 6, no. 8 (2011): doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0022269.
Stover, Nicholas A., and Jeffrey D. Rice. “Distinct Cyclin Genes Define Each Stage of Ciliate Conjunction.” Cell Cycle 10, no. 10 (2011): 1699–1701.
Business Management and Administration
Hansen, David J., G. T. Lumpkin, and Gerald E. Hills. “A Multidimensional Examination of Creativity-Based Opportunity Recognition Model.” International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research 17, no. 5 (2011): 515–533.
Hochwarter, W. A., James K. Summers, K. W. Thompson, P. L. Perrewé, and G. R. Ferris. “Strain Reactions to Perceived Entitlement Behavior by Others as a Contextual Stressor: Moderating Role of Political Skill in Three Samples.” Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 15, no. 4 (2010): 388–398.
Marcum, Tanya M., and Eden S. Blair. “Entrepreneurs, Startup Decisions, and Legal Implications: How Small Things Make Big Differences.” Business Horizons 54, no. 2 (2011): 143–152.
Marcum, Tanya M., and Sandra J. Perry. “Dressed for Success: Can a Claim of Religious Discrimination Be Successful?” Law Labor Journal 61, no. 4 (2010): 184–191.
———. “The Perfect Storm: IRS Response to the PFIC Problem in the UBS Voluntary Disclosure Initiative.” The Practical Tax Lawyer 25, no. 4 (2011): 31–44.
Marcum, Tanya M., Sandra J. Perry, and Matthew K. McGowan. “Business Plan Competitions: Whose Line is it Anyway?” Journal of Business and Accounting 3, no. 1 (2010): 4–19.
Marcum, Tanya M., Charles R. Stoner, and Sandra J. Perry. “Stumbling Down the Courthouse Steps: Mediators’ Perceptions of the Stumbling Blocks to Successful Mandated Mediation in Child Custody and Visitation.” Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal 11, no. 3 (2011): 441–465.
Munyon, Timothy P., James K. Summers, and Gerald R. Ferris. “Team Staffing Modes in Organizations: Strategic Considerations on Individual and Cluster Hiring Approaches.” Human Resource Management Review 21, no. 3 (2011): 228–242.
Stoner, Charles R., Jason S. Stoner, and Vickie C. Gallagher. “The Interactive Effects of Emotional and Family Support and Perceived Supervisor Loyalty on the Psychological Contract Breach-Turnover Relationship.” Journal of Managerial Issues 23, no. 2 (2011) 124–143.
Civil Engineering and Construction
Alvarez, A., Enad Mahmoud, A. Epps Martin, E. Masad, and C. Estakhri. “Stone-on-Stone Contact of Permeable Friction Course Mixtures.” Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering 22, no. 11 (2010): 1129–1138.
El-Chabib, Hassan. “Effect of Stirrups on the Contribution of Concrete Compressive Strength and Tensile Steel to the Shear Strength of RC Beams Using Artificial Neural Networks.” Proceedings of the Structures of Congress (2011): 552–559.
Frenkel, V. S., G. Cummings, D. E. Scannell, W. Z. Tang, Krishnanand Y. Maillacheruvu, and P. Treanor. “Food Processing Wastes.” Water Environment Research 82, no. 10 (2010): 1468–1484.
Hanz, A., A. Faheem, Enad Mahmoud, and H. Bahia. “Measuring Effects of Warm Mix Additives Using a Newly Developed Asphalt Binder Lubricity Test for the DSR.” Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board, no. 2180 (December 2010): 85–92.
Ibrahim, Ahmed, B. Lusk, H. Salim, K. Perry, N. Nawar, W. C. Wedding, and S. Kiger. “Modeling and Testing of Laminated Window Systems Under Blast Loading.” Proceedings of the Structures of Congress (2011): 1552–1560.
Ibrahim, Ahmed, Hani Salim, and Hamdy Shehab El-Din. “Moment Coefficients for Design of Waffle Slabs With and Without Openings.” Engineering Structures 33, no. 9 (2011): 2644–2652.
Ibrahim, Ahmed, Hani Salim, and Ian Flood. “Damage Size Prediction of Reinforced Concrete Slabs Under Blast Loads Using Artificial Neural Networks.” Proceedings of the Structures of Congress (2011): 1530–1537.
Khodair, Yasser A., and Sophia Hassiotis. “Rigidity of Abutments in Integral Abutment Bridges.” Journal of Structure and Infrastructure Engineering (2011): doi: 10.1080/15732479.2010.541264.
Ma, T., H. U. Bahia, Enad Mahmoud, and E. Y. Hajj. “Estimating Allowable RAP in Asphalt Mixes to Meet Target Low Temperature PG Requirements.” Journal of the Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists 79 (2011): 473–496.
Ma, T., X. Huang, Enad Mahmoud, and E. Garibaldy. “Effect of Moisture on the Aging Behavior of Asphalt Binder.” International Journal of Minerals, Metallurgy and Materials 18, no. 4 (2011): 460–466.
Ma, Tao, Enad Mahmoud, and Hussain Bahia. “Estimation of RAP Binder Low-Temperature Properties Without Extraction: Development of Testing Procedure.” Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board, no. 2179 (December 2010): 58–65.
Mahmoud, Enad, E. Masad, S. Nazarian, and I. Abdullah. “Modeling and Experimental Evaluation of the Influence of Aggregate Blending on Asphalt Mixture Strength. Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board, no. 2180 (December 2010): 48–57.
Maillacheruvu, Krishnanand Y., and Preethi R. Chinchoud. “Electrokinetic Transport of Aerobic Microorganisms under Low-Strength Electric Fields.” Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A, Toxic/Hazardous Substances & Environmental Engineering 46, no. 6 (2011): 589–595.
Schattler, Kerrie M., C. M. Glauber, D. McAvoy, and M. T. Christ. “Impact of Signal Mounting Configurations on Red-Light Running at Urban Signalized Intersections.” ITE Journal 81, no. 2 (2011): 22–30.
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Campbell, Dean J., Brad J. Andersh, and Josiah D. Miller. “Synthesis of Palladium Colloids within Polydimethylsiloxane and Their Use as Catalysts for Hydrogenation.” Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 360, no. 1 (2011): 309–312.
Campbell, Dean J., Stephen J. Bannon, and Molly M. Gunter. “Gas Property Demonstrations Using Plastic Water Bottles.” Journal of Chemical Education 88, no. 6 (2011): 784–785.
Campbell, Dean J., J. D. Miller, S. J. Bannon, and L. M. Obermaier. “An Exploration of the Nanoworld with LEGO Bricks.” Journal of Chemical Education 88, no. 5 (2011): 602–606.
Campbell, Dean J., E. A. Wright, M. O. Dayisi, M. R. Hohen, B. F. Kennedy, and B. M. Maxfield. “Classroom Illustrations of Acidic Air Pollution Using Nylon Fabric.” Journal of Chemical Education 88, no. 4 (2011): 387–391.
Flint, Edward B. “Teaching Point-Group Symmetry with Three-Dimensional Models.” Journal of Chemical Education 88, no. 7 (2011): 909–907.
Banning, Stephen A., J. Evans, O. Roberts, and K. Simon. “Stiffening Strategies: A 20-Year Review of Agricultural Journalist Experiences in the Publication-Reader-Advertiser Triad. Journal of Applied Communications 94, no. 3–4 (2010): 37–50.
Chung, Wonjun, and Taejun (David) Lee. “Hallyu as a Strategic Marketing Key in the Korean Media Contents Industry.” In Korean Wave. Seoul, Korea: Seoul National University Press, 2010.
Jan Frazier, communication instructor. European Roots and Beyond. Parker, CO: Outskirts Press, 2011.
In this novel, stemming from the author’s own love of European travel, J.J. and her cousin, Sophie, travel to Europe to discover their German heritage. Their trip takes them through unexpected adventures — from a flight complication to getting stuck on a commuter train — but also provides them with rewarding experiences, including finding living relatives and discovering their ancestors’ homeland in Germany. The pair also travels through France to see the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame, but have trouble flushing toilets and finding hot water in the bathrooms.
Finally, they are off to Holland, which presents its own set of adventures, including getting trapped in the Red Light District of Amsterdam and finding themselves stuck in a Safari Park. Inspired by Frazier’s own European adventures and experiences, the book presents a real representation of Europe and the perils and promises of traveling there.
Jan Frazier, communication instructor, Transatlantic Voyage. Parker, CO: Outskirts Press, 2011.
In Jan Frazier’s ninth installment in the J.C. van Winkler series, readers find the 16-year-old protagonist and her friend, Smitty the ghost, in Ireland during the 1846 potato famine. Hoping to escape the blight, the pair board a ship filled with immigrants sailing to New York City. On the voyage, J.C. and Smitty learn of a murder onboard and begin searching for the perpetrator. Watching the destitute immigrants, helping with their perils, and befriending the O’Neals on board are all part of their plan.
They also must get four stowaways off the ship unnoticed and into the city. Once in New York, J.C. must get out of the city’s dangerous Five Points section. The search for a new location to live takes the characters up the Hudson River, through New England, and toward Chicago.
Gabor, Elena. “Turning Points in the Development of Classical Musicians.” Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research 5, no. 3 (2011): 138–156.
Lee, Taejun (David), W. Chung, J. Lee, and Y. Sung. “Korean Practitioners’ Managerial Perspectives on Brand Placement.” International Journal of Integrated Marketing Communications 3, no. 1 (2011): 33–51.
Lee, Taejun (David), Wonjun Chung, and Ronald E. Taylor. “A Strategic Response to the Financial Crisis: An Empirical Analysis of Financial Services Advertising Before and During the Financial Crisis.” Journal of Services Marketing 25, no. 3 (2011): 150–164.
Lee, Taejun (David), Wonjun Chung, and Ronald E. Taylor. “Changes in Advertising Strategies During an Economic Crisis: An Application of Taylor’s Six-Segment Message Strategy Wheel.” Journal of Applied Communication Research 39, no. 1 (2011): 75–91.
Lee, Taejun (David), E. Haley, T. Yun, and W. Chung. “U.S. Retirement Financial Services Advertising’s Financial Information Provisions, Communication Strategies, and Judgmental Heuristic Cues.” Journal of Consumer Affairs 45, no. 3 (2011): 391–418.
Lee, Taejun (David), Yongjun Sung, and Sejung M. Choi. “Young Adults’ Responses to Product Placement in Movies and Television Shows: A Comparative Study of the United States and South Korea.” International Journal of Advertising 30, no. 3 (2011): 479–507.
Lee, Taejun (David), Yongjun Sung, and Federico de Gregorio. “Cross-cultural Challenges in Product Placement.” Marketing Intelligence & Planning 29, no. 4 (2011): 366–384.
Murphy, Sharon M. “Journalism in Indian Country: Story Telling That Makes Sense.” Howard Journal of Communications 21, no. 4 (2010): 328–344.
Netzley, Sara B., and Stephen A. Banning. “Tomorrow’s Journalists: In-groups, Out-groups and News Topic Preference.” Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 65, no. 1 (2011): 40–53.
Computer Science and Information Systems
Cheng, D., H. Qi, Z. Li, and Jiang B. Liu. “Stability and Stabilization of Boolean Networks.” International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control 21, no. 2 (2011): 134–156.
Liu, Jiang B., Nithya V. Praveen, and Kumar Macherla. “Develop Web Services for Reliable Cross-Platform Web Applications.” Proceeding of the International Conference on Quality Software (2010): 429–434.
Tennyson, Matthew F. “A Study of the Data Synchronization Concern in the Observer Design Pattern.” Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Software Technology and Engineering (2010): V171–V175.
Clark, D. P., Jannett Highfill, J. de Oliveira Campino, and S. S. Rehman. “FDI, Technology Spillovers, Growth, and Income Inequality: A Selective Survey.” Global Economy Journal 11, no. 2 (2011): Article 1: doi: 10.2202/1524-5861.1773.
Gretz, Richard T. “Hardware Equality vs. Network Size in the Home Video Game Industry.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 76, no. 2 (2010): 168–183.
Highfill, Jannett, and Raymond Wojcikewych. “Exchange Rate Offer Curves: Two Examples From the Headlines.” Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research 11, no. 3 (2010): 1–13.
Hillebrand, Evan E., Joshua J. Lewer, and Janice T. Zagardo. “Backtracking from Globalization.” Global Economy Journal 10, no. 4 (2010): Article 6: bepress.com/gej/vol10/iss4/6.
Dr. Joshua J. Lewer, associate professor of economics, Principles of Macroeconomics. San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing, 2012.
Principles of Macroeconomics provides economic information in a way that today’s students can relate to and understand. Each chapter provides core information about a given macroeconomics topic, but deeper meaning and color come from discussion questions, real-world examples, and topic-specific videos embedded within the manuscript.
Dr. Lewer writes, “I wrote this book because I have enjoyed teaching macroeconomics over the last 14 or so years and believe this to be a pivotal time for the United States and many other countries with respect to big-picture issues such as health care, national debt momentum, social programs, education, energy, openness, structural unemployment, and infrastructure. The field of macroeconomics has so much to offer society and we must make wise choices.”
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Lu, Yufeng, A. Kasaeifard, E. Oruklu, and J. Sanjje. “Performance Evaluation of Fractional Fourier Transform (FrFt) for Time-Frequency Analysis of Ultrasonic Signals in NDE Applications. Proceedings of the IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium (2010): 2028–2031.
Malinowski, Aleksander, Milos Manic, and Luis Gomes. “IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics: Guest Editorial.” IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 58, no. 3 (2011): 718–721.
Malinowski, Aleksander, and Hao Yu. “Comparison of Embedded System Design for Industrial Applications.” IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics 7, no. 2 (2011): 244–254.
Malinowski, Aleksander, and Bogdan Wilamowski. “Transmission Control Protocol – TCP.” In Handbook on Industrial Electronics, edited by J. David Irwin and Bogdan Wilamowksi, 60.1–60.7. Auburn, AL: CRC Press, 2010.
———. “User Datagram Protocol – UDP.” In Handbook on Industrial Electronics, edited by J. David Irwin and Bogdan Wilamowski, 59.1–59.10. Auburn, AL: CRC Press, 2010.
Monroe, Daniel, Yufeng Lu, and In Soo Ahn. “Adaptive Filtering and Target Detection for Ultrasonic Backscattered Signal.” Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Electro/Information Technology (2010): 1–6.
Na, Woonki, Bei Gou, and Taehyung Kim. “Analysis and Control of Bidirectional DC/DC Converter for an Ultra-Capacitor in a Fuel Cell Generation System.” Journal of Electrical Engineering: Theory and Application 1, no. 2 (2010): 72–78.
Na, Woonki, T. Park, T. Kim, and S. Kwak. “Light Fuel-Cell Hybrid Electric Vehicles Based on Predictive Controllers.” IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 60, no. 1 (2011): 87–97.
Pham, Nam, Alexsander Malinowski, and Bogdan Wilamowski. “Running Software over Internet.” In Handbook on Industrial Electronics, edited by J. David Irwin and Bogdan Wilamowski, 63.1–63.11. Auburn, AL: CRC Press, 2010.
Sanchez, Jose R., and Michael Oelze. “A Spatial Varying Pulse Compression Filter Coded Excitation Signals.” Proceedings of the IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium (2010): 371–374.
Ullom, Josh, Jose R. Sanchez, and Michael Oleze. “Ultrasound Speckle Reduction Using Coded Excitation, Frequency Compounding, and Processing Despeckling Filters. Proceedings of the IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium (2010): 2991–2994.
Brill de Ramirez, Susan. “Literary Explorations into the Poetic Sonority of Contemporary Diné (Navajo) Poetry.” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes and Reviews 24, no. 3 (2011): 181–192.
Conley, Timothy K. “Founding Father: Franklin’s Revolutionary Rhetoric and the Emergence of Republican Womanhood.” In Making National Bodies: Cultural Identity and the Politics of the Body in (Post)-Revolutionary America, edited by Stefan Brandt and Astrid Fellner, 11–23. Trier, Germany: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2010.
Jost, Jean E. “Clerical Authorship of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: The Art and Architecture of Poetry.” The Poulton Research Project, (2011): poultonproject.org.
———. “Border Boundaries in ‘Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.’ The Time and Place of the Crime B.” Medieval Perspectives 18 (2011): 134–153.
Moloney, Caitriona. “‘A Call to the Women of Ireland’: Constance Markievicz.” In Landmarks in Feminist Writings, edited by Tiffany Ware. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2011.
Stein, Kevin. “Cardinal Numbers: Sequence in Which No One Dies” and “Field Guide.” Boulevard 26, no. 3 (2011): 58–62.
Stein, Kevin. “6 Chair Lift Line, Breckenridge.” Colorado Review 38, no. 1 (2011): 139.
———. “Wet Carpet Awakening.” New Ohio Review 9, (2011): 85–86.
———. “The Health Professions,” “Immigrant Song,” “Parable of the Sentence,” and “33rd Anniversary of Yard Sale Romance,” Connotation Press: An Online Artifact (2011): http://connotationpress.com/poetry/804-kevin-stein-poetry.
———. “Blind Voyeur” and “In Heaven.” The Laurel Review 44, No. 2 (2010): 69–71.
———. “Arts Elevated and Other.” Sou’wester 39, no. 1 (2011): 31–32.
———. “In the Interest of Brevity, Begin at the End.” Sou’wester 39, no. 2 (2011): 136–137.
———. “To Illinois’s Gold Star Mothers, Who Lost a Child to War.” Crab Orchard Review 15, no. 2 (2010): 211.
———. “Sludge Cooker.” Trib Nation (blog). Chicago Tribune, 2010. http://newsblogs.chicagotribune.com/tribnation/2010/08/poetry-woven-from-writing-about-raw-sewage.html#tp.
———. “In the Name of Names.” The Hamilton Stone Review 21, (2010): http://hamiltonstone.org/hsr21poetry.html#inthenameofnames.
———. “Sufficiency of the Actual.” In Why to Major in English if You’re Not Going to Teach, by Robert Prescott, 21. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, 2010.
———. “Metaphor: Seeing the Likeness of Unlike Things.” Illinois English Journal 98, no. 1 (2010): 19–23.
Swafford, Kevin. “Claiming Contact Narrative Discourse and the Epistemology of Travel in R. L. Stevenson’s ‘In the South Seas.’ ” Pacific Coast Philology, no. 45 (2010): 26–41.
Vickroy, Laurie. “That was Their Deal: Trauma Narratives’ Ethical Re-framings.” In Between the Urge to Know and the Need to Deny: Trauma and Ethics in Contemporary British and American Literature, edited by M. Dolores Herrero and Sonia Baelo-Allue, 37–52. Heidelberg, Germany: Universitatsverlag Winter Press, 2011.
Dr. Demetrice Anntía Worley, associate professor of English, Tongues in My Mouth: Poems by Demetrice Anntía Worley, Charlotte, NC: Mainstreet Rag, 2011.
In Demetrice Worley’s first book, the author explores a woman’s journey from isolation to social engagement through poetry. The poems address issues such as human violence, suffering, pain, and truth. Within the poems, Worley makes powerful statements about humanity, unity, and the human spirit. She refuses to shy away from uncomfortable topics like abuse, suicide, and political imprisonment, and she speaks genuinely and freely to paint provocative scenes and ideas.
Illinois poet laureate Kevin Stein, a Caterpillar Professor of English at Bradley, says, “Fraught with violence both verbal and physical, this is a survivor’s tale, revealing the ways we humans remain prisoners of our own silence and (mis)assumptions. Only when we risk the words to speak our lives into being … may we merge with our worldly sisters and brothers.”
Says poet Nikki Giovanni: “What an opus Demetrice Anntía Worley has created with Tongues in My Mouth. The stark and beautiful truths she explores are ones we ought to know and begin to view. This book needs to be on every desk. Thank you, Demetrice Anntía Worley, for your insight, for your bravery, for your soul stirring. Tongues in My Mouth is an important book.”
Family and Consumer Sciences
Brandes, Kendra A., and G. Kevin Randall. “Service Learning and Civic Responsibility: Examining Individual and Aggregate Change.” International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 23, no. 1 (2011): 23–29.
Grumbine, R., E. Mills, N. Collins, and G. Kevin Randall. “Beverage Consumption of College Students: Factors That Influence Their Choices.” Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences 10, (2010): http://www.kon.org/urc/v10/grumbine.html.
Poon, L. W., P. Martin, A. Bishop, J. Cho, G. da Rosa, G. Deshpande, G. Kevin Randall, et al. “Understanding Centenarians’ Psychosocial Dynamics and Their Contributions to Health and Quality of Life.” Current Gerontology and Geriatrics Research, (2010): 1–13. doi: 10.1155/2010/680657.
Randall, G. Kevin, Kendra A. Brandes, Chang-Ok Choi, Nina R. Collins, Martha A. Dallmeyer, Jeannette Davidson, and Amanda Newell. “From the Family and Consumer Sciences Classroom to its Constituent Communities: Examples of How One FCS Department Makes a Difference.” Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences 102, no. 3 (2011): 34–40.
Randall G. Kevin, Kendra A. Brandes, Chang-Ok Choi, Nina R. Collins, Martha A. Dallmeyer, Jeannette Davidson, and Amanda Newell. “From the Classroom to Our Communities: Bradley’s FCS Department Prepares for the Future.” Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences 10, no. 3 (2010): 34–40.
Randall, G. Kevin, P. Martin, M. MacDonald, J. Margrett, A. Bishop, and L. W. Poon. “Comparing the Self-Efficacy Support Model Among Centenarians in Private Homes, Assisted Living Facilities, and Nursing Homes.” Journal of Aging Research 10, (2011): doi: 10.4061/2011/280727.
Finance and Quantitative Methods
Bhandari, Shyam. “Ethical Dilemma of Nonprofits in the Agency of Theory Framework.” Journal of Leadership, Accounting and Ethics 8, no. 2 (2010): 33–40.
Elshahat, Ahmed, Ali Parhizagari, and Liang Hong. “The Information Content of the Banking Regulatory Agencies and the Depository Credit Information Institutions.” Journal of Economics and Business (2011): doi: 10.1016/j.jeconbus.2011.06.003.
Girard, Eric, Amit Sinha, and Rita Biswas. “The Efficacy of Conditional Cost of Carry Models in Pricing Oil Futures.” Review of Future Markets 18, no. 3 (2010): 265–295.
Showers, Vince E., L. S. Showers, J. M. Beggs, and J. E. Cox Jr. “Charitable Giving Expenditures and the Faith Factors.” American Journal of Economics and Sociology 70, no. 1 (2011): 152–186.
Wilcox, W., P. A. Horvath, S. E. Griffiths, and C. W. Autry. “A Markov Model of Liquidity Effects in Reverse Logistics Processes: The Effects of Random Volume and Passage.” International Journal of Production Economics 129, no. 1 (2011): 86–101.
Harris, Tracy K. “The State of Ladino Today.” European Judaism, A Journal for the New Europe 44, no. 1 (2011): 51–61.
Hertich, Alexander. “Erratum... Errata... Erasum... : The Selection of Sources for Raymond Queneau’s Le Chiendent.” FLS: French Literature Series 37, (2010): 205–14.
Portocarrero, Melvy. “Inés Suárez: La conquistadora de Chile, una mujer que rompe con las barreras de género.” Letras Femeninas 36, no. 2 (2011): 229–236 .
———. “La Llorona: Un Mito Cultural de la Mujer Latinoamericana del Siglo XXI.” Fondo Editorial de Investigaciones Literaria (2011): http://grafemas.org.
Gates, Rustin. “Pan-Asianism in Prewar Japanese Foreign Affairs: The Curious Case of Uchida Yasuya.” Journal of Japanese Studies 37, no. 1 (2011): 1–27.
Robertson, Stacey. “On the Side of Righteousness: Women, the Church, and Abolition.” In Women, Dissent, & Anti-Slavery in Britain and America, 1790–1865, edited by Elizabeth J. Clapp and Julie R. Jeffrey. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2011.
Dr. Kathleen A. Brosnan and Dr. Amy L. Scott. City Dreams and Country Schemes: Community and Identity in the American West. Reno, NV: University of Nevada Press, 2011.
From the time European-Americans began settling the American West, it has been shaped by the ideas and visions of those settlers. As they developed towns, the settlers used their cultural identities to make the best use of their physical and natural surroundings. The essays in City Dreams, Country Schemes look at urban development and tourism in the area’s national parks, among others, and the ways art, gender, and ethnicity helped form urban areas. The book examines the values and ideals of the settlers as the shaped the West and how the West affected their lives.
Says Char Miller, editor of Cities and Nature in the American West: “These essays have much to teach us about some of the dramatic changes that have transformed the American West over the past decades.”
Dr. Scott is an assistant professor of history.
Dr. John Alexander Williams, Department of History associate professor. Weimar Culture Revisited. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
Weimar Culture Revisited takes another look at the culture of Germany’s Weimar Republic (1919–1933). Historians and writers of the past characterized this culture as an unstable mixture of avant-garde experimentation, decadence, and proto-fascist tendencies. Williams says this limited definition of “culture” as a canon of works by elites hindered the study of everyday cultural forms.
This book, a collection of pieces by historians, literary and films scholars, and art historians, recovers the everyday by focusing on visual and political culture, transnational currents in the mass media, and the intense popular interest in sports, health, and nature in pre-World War II Germany. It attests to the multi-faceted nature of democracy in Germany between the two world wars.
Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and Technology
Chen, Joseph C., and D. Kirby. “Comparing Classical DOE and Taguchi Parameter Design in a Learning Environment.” Journal of Engineering Technology 27, no. 2 (2010): 42–52.
Krishnamoorthi, K. S. “Statistical Thinking for Engineers — What, Why, and How?” Proceedings of the IEEE 17th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (2010): 893–897.
Dr. K.S. Krishnamoorthi, professor of industrial engineering, with V. Ram Krishnamoorthi. A First Course in Quality Engineering: Integrating Statistical and Management Methods of Quality, Second Edition. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2011.
This book contains information and real-world examples that help industry professionals function as quality engineers. Included in the book are management and statistical methods, as well as examples of quality methods being used in everyday engineering work. Students will find the mini projects embedded in the book helpful for understanding and solving problems they may face in their careers. They also will find important information about the fundamentals of probability and statistics.
Those preparing for quality engineer certification exams will find this book especially helpful. A history of quality and the new quality processes will provide students with background about the topic and the newest information available. The writing style is simple and makes tough topics easy to follow.
Muhammad, Munawar, Joseph C. Chen, and Nadeem A. Mufti. “Investigation of Rake Angle Effect for Minimization of Surface Roughness in Internal Turning.” International Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing 12, no. 1 (2011): 121–127.
McGill, Monica. “Motivations and Informing Frameworks of Game Degree Programs in the United Kingdom and United States.” Proceedings of the ACM Special Interest Group Information Technology Education (2011): 62–72.
McGill, Monica, and Amber Settle. “Computing Faculty Tenure and Promotion Requirements at U.S. and Canadian Post-Secondary Institutions.” Proceedings of the ACM Special Interest Group Information Technology Education (2011): 133–138.
Bukowski, Jeanie J. “Sharing Water on the Iberian Peninsula: A European-ization Approach to Transboundary Cooperation.” Water Alternatives 4, no. 2 (2011): 171–196.
Leadership in Education, Human Services, and Counseling
Hunt, J., Jenny Tripses, K. Thomas, andS. Watkins. “Restructuring Superintendent Leadership Programs to Enhance District Leadership.” Special Edition Leadership Review 12, no. 3 (2011): http://cnx.org/content/m41115/latest/?collection=col11362/latest.
Russell-Chapin, Lori A., and Theodore Chapin. “Neurofeedback: A Third Option When Counseling and Medication Are Not Sufficient.” Vistas Online, Article 48 (2011): http://counselingoutfitters.com/vistas/vistas11/Article_48.pdf.
———. Neurotherapy. DVD. Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street Press, 2011.
Searby, Linda, and Jenny Tripses. “Going to the Balcony: Two Professors Examine Their Pedagogy.” International Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 5, no. 1 (2011): 1–11.
Sherman, Nancy E. “Career Development and Counseling: Teaching and Research Methods for a Cross-Cultural Experience.” In On Education: New and Fresh Perspectives, edited by Remus Pricopie and Dorina Gutu, 125–132. Bucharest, Romania: Tritonic Publishing, 2010.
Tripses, Jenny, John Hunt, and Sandra Watkins. “United States Organization Working to Strengthen School Leadership Preparation.” Academic Leadership Online Journal 9, no. 1 (2011).
Eastman, Jacqueline, Rajesh Iyer, and Joan M. Wiggenhorn. “The Short-Term Impact of Super-Bowl Advertising on Stock Prices: An Exploratory Event Study.” Journal of Applied Business Research 26, no. 6 (2010): 69–84.
Lusch, Robert F., Matthew O’Brien, and James R. Brown. “Protecting Relational Assets: A Pre and Post Field Study of Horizontal Business Combination.” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 39, no. 2 (2011): 175–197.
Bedenikovic, Tony. “Asphericity Results for Ribbon Disk Complements via Alternate Descriptions.” Osaka Journal of Mathematics 48, no. 1 (2011): 99–125.
Hong, Liang, and Jyotirmooy Sarkar. “Contingent Means in Multi-Life Models.” Scandinavian Actuarial Journal (2011): doi: 10.1080/03461238.2011.618249.
———. “Laplace Transformation Technique Versus Extended Semi-Markov Process Method.” International Journal of Applied Science and Technology 1, no. 4 (2011): 1–10.
Hong, Liang, Bruno Bieth, and Jyotirmooy Sarkar. “Limiting the Availability of a One-Unit System Backed by a Spare Under Repair or Preventative Maintenance.” Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences 23, no. 1 (2011): 75–87.
———. “Steady-State Probabilities of a One-Unit Standby System with Two Repairmen Using Line Digraph.” Advances and Applications of Statistical Sciences 5, no. 2 (2011): 113–127.
Jungck, Gerald F. “Generalizations of Continuity in the Context of Proper Orbits and Fixed Point Theory.” Topology Proceedings 37, (2011): 129–143.
Robinson, Derek J. S., Alberto L. Delgado, and Mathew Timm. “Generalized Baumslag-Solitar Groups and Geometric Homomorphisms.” Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra 215, no. 4 (2011): 398–410.
Mary Jane Sterling, lecturer in mathematics, Algebra I Workbook for Dummies: Second Edition. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2011.
Mary Jane Sterling’s workbook provides students with a hands-on guide to solving various types of algebra problems, including exponents, fractions, factoring, and more. Each type of problem has its own step-by-step instructions for solving it, as well as an explanation.
The book contains hundreds of problems that students can use to practice and hone their problem-solving skills. It also provides answers and explanations for each problem so students can not only check their answers but also understand why a certain answer is correct.
Xue, Lianyong, and George Szeto. “A Structure of Galois Extensions with an Inner Galois Group.” International Journal of Algebra 5, no. 5 (2011): 233–239.
———. “Characterizations of Azumaya Group Rings.” International Math Forum 5, no. 7 (2011): 313–317.
———. “Characterizations of a Hirata Separable Group Ring.” Journal of Algebra, Number Theory: Advances and Applications 3, no. 1 (2010): 27–33.
———. “On Hirata Separable Extensions for Group Rings.” Sci. Math. Japonicae 71, no. 2 (2010): 195–199.
Abou-Hanna, Jeries, and Timothy E. McGreevy. “A Simplified Ratcheting Limit Method Based on Limit Analysis Using Modified Yield Surface.” International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 88, no.1 (2011): 11–88.
Mehta, D. Paul. “Energy Efficiency Through Waste Heat Recovery in Automotive Manufacturing Related Industries.” Proceedings of the SAE World Congress and Exhibition (2011): doi: 10.4271/2011-01-0327.
Oldham, Joseph, and Jeries Abou-Hanna. “A Numerical Investigation of Creep-Fatigue Life Prediction Utilizing Hysteresis Energy as a Damaging Parameter.” International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 88, no. 4 (2011): 149–157.
Parks, A. K., T. G. Eason, and Jorge L. Abanto-Bueno. “Dynamic Response of Curved Beams Using 3D Digital Image Correlation.” Society for Experimental Mechanics Annual Conference and Exposition on Experimental and Applied Mechanics 3 (2010): 1768–1775.
Heinemann, Stephen. Solo alto saxophonist with Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra under conductor William Schrickel on Dave Brubeck’s Elementals at Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN, November 21, 2010, and at Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis, MN, June 7, 2011.
Dr. John Orfe, temporary assistant professor of music and the Peoria Symphony Orchestra’s composer-in-residence, wrote a 25-minute piece for double chorus, soprano solo, organ, and 28-piece orchestra that was commissioned for a Vigil for Peace at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Peoria to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy.
Called In Memoriam, the piece is set to biblical texts from Psalms and Ecclesiastes. “Writing this piece became an act of service,” Orfe says. “Giving voice to the issues and emotions of 9/11 involves grappling with some of the weightier parts of human existence: terror, trauma, a desire for justice, hope, restoration, and resiliency.”
Dr. Orfe composed eight other pieces in 2011, won two national competitions, and performed as a concert pianist at venues around the world with his 20-member band Alarm Will Sound. Dr. Orfe holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religion from the University of Rochester, a Bachelor of Music from the Eastman School of Music, and three graduate degrees from the Yale School of Music, including a Doctorate of Musical Arts.
———. O Crux for chorus and trombone won the 2011 Eastern Trombone Workshop National Composition Competition.
———. Guest composer for Bowling Green New Music Festival, Bowling Green, OH, October, 2011.
———. Concerto soloist, Oiseaux Exotiques-Oliver Messiaen, Illinois Wind Symphony, September 29, 2011.
———. Quest. Commissioned by the Peoria Symphony Orchestra. Premiered at Peoria Civic Center, Peoria, IL, September 17, 2011.
———. Performed with new music band Alarm Will Sound in Berlin, Germany, March 2011; Carnegie Hall, New York, NY, March 2011; Denver, CO, April 2011; Columbia, MO, July 2011; Krakow, Poland, September 2011; and Bolzano, Italy, September 2011.
———. Opened 2011 Bach Festival with recital of Bach-Busoni transcriptions, Peoria, IL, June 10, 2011.
Philosophy and Religious Studies
Zaborowski, Jason R. “Arab Christian Physicians as Interreligious Mediators: Ab¯u Sh¯akir as a Model Christian Expert.” Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 22, no. 2 (2011): 185–196.
Chen, Y. Y., J. C. Hsu, Paul W. Wang, Y. W. Pai, C. Y. Wu, and Y. H. Lin. “Dependence of Resistivity on Structure and Composition of AZO Films Fabricated by Ion-Beam Co-Sputtering Deposition.” Applied Surface Science 257, no. 8 (2011): 3446–3450.
Chen, Y. Y., L. Y. Yen, J. C. Hsu, H. L. Chen, Paul W. Wang, and H. L. Liu. “Aluminum Oxide Film Fabricated With Ion-Assisted Deposition Using Sulphur Hexaflouride and Oxygen Working Gases.” Optical Review 18, no. 3 (2011): 293–295.
Sindermann, S., D. Wall, Kelly R. Roos, M. Horn-Von Hoegen, and F. J. Meyer zu Heringdorf. “Anisotropy of Ag Diffusion on Vicinal Si Surfaces.” E-journal of Surface Science and Nanotechnology 8, (2010): 372–376.
Wall, D., I. Lohmar, Kelly R. Roos, J. Krug, M. Horn-von Hoegan, and F. J. Meyer zu Heringdorf. “Imaging Diffusion Fields on a Surface with Multiple Reconstructions: Ag/Si (111).” New Journal of Physics 12, no. 10 (2010): 1–8.
Wang, C. Y., P. Shi-Hong, L. Qi, M. Teng-Cai, and Paul W. Wang. “Investigation of UV-Photon Induced Hydrophilicity of Titanium Ion Implanted Soda-Lime Silicate Glasses.” Materials Chemistry and Physics 125, no. 1–2 (2011): 281–285.
Wang, Paul 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 43, no. 7 (2011): 1089–1094.
Wang, Paul W., Y. Jiang, J. C. Hsu, Y. Y. Chen, Y. H. Lin, and H. L. Chen. “Thermal Effect on Structure of Silver in Ion-Exchanged Soda-Lime Glasses and Aluminum-Doped Zinc Oxide Films.” Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, (2011): doi: 10.1155/2011/987671.
Wang, Yun, and Zhengdong Lun. “Intrusion Detection in a K-Gaussian Distributed Wireless Sensor Network.” Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing 71, no. 12 (2011): doi: 10.1016/j.pdc.2011.07.010.
Physical Therapy and Health Science
Hall, Dawn. “Debate: Innovative Teaching to Enhance Critical Thinking and Communication Skills in Healthcare Professionals.” Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice 9, no. 3 (2011): http://ijahsp.nova.edu/articles/Vol9Num3/pdf/Hall.pdf.
Hall, Dawn. “Keeping Hope Alive: Reasons Influencing Black Faculty Persistence on White Campuses.” Illinois Committee on Black Concerns in Higher Education 26, no. 1 (2011): 86–101.
Peterson, Melissa, Stacie Bertram, S. McCarthy, and E. Saathoff. “A Survey of Screening and Practice Patterns Used for Patients With Osteoporosis in a Sample of Physical Therapists From Illinois.” Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy 34, no.1 (2011): 28–34.
Strubhar, Andrew J. “The Application of an Environmental Scanning and Strategic Planning Framework in an Academic Department of Physical Therapy.” Journal of Physical Therapy Education 25, no. 3 (2011): 53–59.
Tippett, Steven R., J. Mang, K. Dwyer, J. Lesko, and T. O’Dell. “Collecting Data with Palm Technology: Comparing Preoperative Expectations and Postoperative Satisfaction in Patients Undergoing Total Knee Arthroplasty.” Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 92, no. 2 (2010): 59–67.
Aspin, Larry. “The Judicial Retention Elections in Perspective: Continuity and Change from 1964 to 2010.” American Judicature Society 94, no. 5 (2011): 218–232.
Hall, William K. “A Freshman Incumbent Does Not Survive the Tsunami.” In The Roads to Congress 2010, edited by Sean D. Foreman and Robert E. Dewhirst, 41–54. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2011.
Ryan, Josh M. “The Disappearing Conference Committee: The Use of Procedures by Minority Coalitions toPrevent Conferencing.” Congress & the Presidency 38, no. 1 (2011): 101–125.
Ryan, Josh M., E. S. Adler, and A. E. Sokey. “The 2010 Colorado Senate Race: Incumbency Success in an Anti-Incumbency Year.” In The Roads to Congress 2010, edited by Sean D. Foreman and Robert E. Dewhirst. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2011.
Buss, David M., and David P. Schmitt. “Evolutionary Psychology and Feminism.” Sex Roles 64, no. 9–10 (2011): 768–787.
Chaudoir, Stephenie R., Jeffrey D. Fisher, and Jane M. Simoni. “Understanding HIV Disclosure: A Review and Application of the Disclosure Processes Model.” Social Science & Medicine 72, no. 10 (2011): 1618–1629.
Chaudoir, Stephenie R., W. E. Norton, V. A Earnshaw, L. Moneyham, M. J. Mugavero, and K. M. Hiers. “Coping with HIV Stigma: Do Protective and Spiritual Peace Buffer the Effect of Stigma on Depression?” AIDS Behavior (2011): 1–10.
Earnshaw, Valerie A., Eileen Pitpitan, and Stephenie R. Chaudoir. “Intended Responses to Rape as Functions of Attitudes, Attributions of Fault, and Emotions.” Sex Roles 64, no. 5–6 (2011): 382–393.
Edmondson, D., Stephenie R. Chaudoir, M. A. Mills, C. L. Park, J. Holub, and J. M. Bartkowiak. “From Shattered Assumptions to Weakened Worldviews: Trauma Symptoms Signal Anxiety Buffer Disruption.” Journal of Loss and Trauma 16, no. 4 (2011): 358–385.
Foster, David A., and Anthony D. Hermann. “Linking the First Week of Class to End-of-Term Satisfaction: Using a Reciprocal Interview Activity to Create an Active and Comfortable Classroom.” College Teaching 59, no. 3 (2011): 111–116.
Huffcutt, Allen I. “An Empirical Review of the Employment Interview Construct Literature.” International Journal of Selection and Assessment 19, no. 1 (2011): 62–81.
Huffcut, Allen I., Chad H. Van Iddekinge, and Philip L. Roth. “Understanding Applicant Behavior in Employment Interviews: A Theoretical Model of Interviewee Performance.” Human Resource Management Review 21, no. 4 (2011): 353–367.
Jonason, Peter K., Emily A. Teicher, and David P. Schmitt. “The TIPI’s Validity Confirmed: Associations With Socio-sexuality and Self-Esteem.” Individual Differences Research 9, no. 1 (2011): 52–60.
Schmitt, David 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 Ann C. Crouter and Alan Booth, 161–170. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2011.
Dr. Wendy A. Schweigert, associate professor of psychology, Research Methods in Psychology: A Handbook, Third Edition. Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, 2011.
This textbook provides ample information about the various methods of psychology research and can be used in many college classrooms to give students an idea of how to write, format, and publish results. Each chapter contains outlines, questions, and exercises, as well as terms and concepts meant to help students better conduct and write research in an ethical way. Students will be guided through the collecting and presenting of data, as well as the formatting and publishing of research.
The third edition has undergone significant changes. Every chapter and the appendix on APA Publication Style have been edited in an effort to improve clarity. In some cases, that has meant expanding topics or changing examples. Some chapters have been reorganized, and a new chapter on literature searches has been added.
Says Pavel Blagov, a psychology professor at Whitman College in Washington: “I was very pleased to receive this book. It covers all the necessary material very concisely and clearly. The amount of content, the clarity, the organization, and the price are just right.”
Shepler, D., G. Lupfer-Johnson, Stephenie R. Chaudoir, and R. Boeckmann. “That Community Becomes You? An Examination of Community Differences in Self-Objectification and Related Variables.” Journal of General Psychology 138, no. 3 (2011): 185–200.
Singh, D., Stephenie R. Chaudoir, M. Escobar, and S. Kalichman. “Stigma, Burden, Social Support, and Willingness to Care Among Caregivers of PLWHA in Home-Based Care in South Africa.” AIDS Care 23, no. 7 (2011): 839–845.
Cermak, M. J., J. A. Christiansen, A. C. Finnegan, A. P. Gleeson, S. K. White, and Darcy K. Leach. “Displacing Activism? The Impact of International Service Trips on Understandings of Social Change.” Education, Citizenship and Social Justice 6, no. 1 (2011): 5–19.
Crawford, Lizabeth A., and Katherine B. Novak. “Beliefs About Alcohol and the College Experience as Moderators of the Effects of Perceived Norms on Student Alcohol Use.” Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education 54, no. 3 (2011): 69–86.
———. “Beliefs About Alcohol and the College Experience, Locus of Self, and College Undergraduates’ Drinking Patterns.” Social Inquiry 81, no. 4 (2011): 477–494.
Dr. Jackie Hogan, Department of Sociology and Social Work chair. Lincoln, Inc.: Selling the Sixteenth President in Contemporary America. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2011.
When Dr. Jackie Hogan moved to Illinois, she found herself surprised by the widespread use of Abraham Lincoln’s image. The current Department of Sociology and Social Work chair saw Lincoln everywhere, in corn mazes, strip malls, billboards, and storefronts.
“As a sociologist, I began to wonder why we use Lincoln in such diverse ways and what our selling of the sixteenth president says about us,” Dr. Hogan says.
Those musings led to Dr. Hogan’s book Lincoln, Inc.: Selling the Sixteenth President in Contemporary America.
During her research, which allowed her to travel through Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky, Dr. Hogan learned that Lincoln is used to “sell” everything from diet soft drinks to romance novels to car insurance, as well as political, ideological, and moral agendas. While Lincoln has become all things to all people, she argues, some may have lost sight of what he did, said, and still could teach us.
Dr. Hogan says the book is as much about America as a country as the sixteenth president and that each generation of citizens sees Lincoln based on its ideals and values. She believes society sees in Lincoln the characteristics it hopes to see in itself.
“I argue that Lincoln has become a kind of Rorschach test, an image onto which we project our desires, our fears, our dirty little secrets,” she says. “In studying the use of Lincoln’s image, we learn something about ourselves as a nation.”
Miczo, Nathan, Theresa Mariani, and Crystal Donahue. “The Strength of Strong Ties: Media Multiplexity, Communication Motives, and the Maintenance of Geographically Close Friendships.” Communication Reports 24, no. 1 (2011): 12–24.
Novak, Katherine B., and Lizabeth A. Crawford. “Routine Activities as Determinants of Gender Differences in Delinquency.” Journal of Criminal Justice 38, no. 5 (2010): 913–920.
Arquette, Cecile M., Erin Nichols, and Jamie Taylor. “Preservice Teachers Write to Elementary Students in a Professional Development School.” In Investigating University-School Partnerships, edited by Janice Nath, Irma Guadarrama, and John Ramsey. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, 2011.
Dr. D. Antonio Cantù, Department of Teacher Education chair, and Dr. David W. McMullen, Department of Teacher Education associate chair. Technology Applications for the Digital Classroom. El Cajon, CA: National Social Science Press, 2011.
Dr. Cantú and Dr. McMullen focus on teaching and learning in the digital age. They trace the history of technology integration in the classroom, with particular focus on the current use of Web 2.0 applications and cloud-based technologies such as dashboards, wikis, blogs, Google apps, Bubbl.us, Flickr, Wordle, Delicious Bookmarks, YouTube, Jing screencasts, SurveyMonkey, Ribistar Quia, and Prezi.
The book concludes with an analysis of the role of technology in each of the disciplines of English/language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies in an effort to ensure the curriculum and instructional strategies used to teach each of these core subjects is relevant to students in the multicultural, information-rich, and digital world in which they live.
Dr. Kevin Finson, professor of teacher education, Dr. Christine Ormsbee, and Dr. Mary Jensen. Differentiating Science Instruction and Assessment for Learners with Special Needs, K–8. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 2011.
Differentiating Science Instruction and Assessment for Learners with Special Needs, K–8, aims to help teachers adapt science instruction to young students with special needs. The book explains the need for improved special education; shows general and special educators how to revise science activities and assessments for students with special needs, including those with ADD, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorders; and discusses appropriate ways of scoring and evaluating students with special needs. The authors concentrated on helping teachers apply these methods and theories to the classroom.
“This book provides practical guidance for teachers on ways to make science lessons accessible to all students. It contains a variety of vignettes, suggestions for revising written and printed materials for the spectrum of common learning disabilities, and suggested modifications in science lessons with sidebars that describe strategies and accommodations for students who face learning challenges in the regular classroom,” says Greg Stefanich, a professor of curriculum and instruction at the University of Northern Iowa.
Finson, Kevin D., and Jon Pederson. “What are Visual Data and What Utility Do They Have in Science Education?” Journal of Visual Literacy 30, no. 1 (2011): 66–85.
Hunzicker, Jana L. “Teacher Learning Through National Board Candidacy: A Conceptual Model.” Teacher Education Quarterly 38, no. 3 (2011): 191–209.
———. “Effective Professional Development for Teachers: A Checklist.” Professional Development in Education 37, no. 2 (2011): 177–179.
Johnson, Cecilia E., and R. T. Anstine. “Preparing Teachers for the 21st Century: A Renaissance.” In Bringing Schools into the 21st Century, edited by Guofang Wan. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Publishing, 2011.
Pardieck, Sherrie C., David W. McMullen, and D. Antonio Cantú. “Using the E-Library of Congress Primary Sources for Teaching Middle School Content Areas.” National Social Science Technology Journal online 1, no. 1 (2011).
Zentall, Sydney S., Deitra A. Kuester, and Bruce A. Craig. “Social Behavior in Cooperative Groups: Students at Risk for ADHD and Their Peers.” Journal of Educational Research 104, no. 1 (2011): 28–41.
Business Management and Administration; Leadership in Education, Human Services, and Counseling
Buchko, Aaron, and Kathleen J. Buchko. “How Do We Know If They Walk the Talk? Development of a BOS and 360- Degree Rater Methodology for Evaluating Organization Values.” Journal of Business & Leadership 6, no. 1 (2011): 48–61.
———. “Improving the Quality of Business Research by Asking Significant Questions: A Review and Technique for Increasing Relevance.” Advances in Business Research 1, no. 1 (2011): 1–14.
Computer Science and Information Systems; Teacher Education
Nikolopoulos, Christos, Deitra Kuester, M. Sheehan, S. Ramteke, A. Karmarkar, S. Thota, J. Kearney, et al. “Robotics Agents Used to Help Teach Social Skills to Children with Autism: The Third Generation.” Proceedings of the IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (2010): 253–258.
Highfill, Jannett, and Michael McAsey. “Will Technological Progress Cure the ‘Advanced Technology Products’ Trade Account Deficit?” Global Economy Journal online 10, no. 4 (2010): Article 7.
Finance and Quantitative Methods; Mathematics
Elshahat, Ahmed, and Liang Hong. “A New Proof of No-Arbitrage Theorem in Multi-Period Binomial Model.” International Journal of Business and Social Science 12, no. 2 (2011): 1–5.
Leadership in Education, Human Services, and Counseling; Family and Consumer Sciences
Michel, R., Nancy E. Sherman, Christopher Rybak, Kevin Randall, and Jeannette Davidson. “Meaning in Life and Volunteerism in Older Adults.” Adultspan Journal (2011): 78–90.