Profacts Received Through May 31
Profacts Received Through May 31
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The following announcements were received through May 31, 2011.
JOHN R. HOLSINGER, eminent emeritus professor of biological sciences, reappointed as a research associate at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. The appointment is for three years, from May 15, 2011 to May 14, 2014.
JOHN FORD, professor and eminent scholar of marketing and international business, named one of the top 10 reviewers by the editors of International Marketing Review for the period 2008-10.
NATE GOULET, head baseball coach, selected as Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year in voting of the league's head baseball coaches.
ANDREAS TOLK, associate professor of engineering management and systems engineering, and Lakhmi Jain, University of South Australia, Adelaide, editors, "Intelligence-based Systems Engineering," published by Springer as Vol. 10 in the Intelligent Systems Series. The book features a group of internationally recognized experts on intelligent systems, systems engineering, and modeling and simulation to show the potential of combining these technologies.
JANE ELYCE GLASGOW, director of the Child Development and Child Study Centers, "Survival Skills for First Year Directors" at the National Coalition of Campus Children's Centers Annual Conference in La Jolla, Calif.
JONATHAN HOLLAND, doctoral student in industrial/organizational psychology, DEBRA MAJOR, professor of psychology, and KAREN ORVIS, assistant professor of psychology, "Investigating Links Between Peer Mentoring, Undergraduate Self-development and Professional Identity" at the 23rd annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science in Washington, D.C.
DEBRA MAJOR, professor of psychology, "Developmental Relationships Among Computer Science and Engineering Majors: Implications for Professional Development" at the 23rd annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science in Washington, D.C. Co-authors are: VALERIE MORGANSON, a graduate of the psychology doctoral program; KAREN ORVIS, assistant professor of psychology; LINDA VAHALA, associate dean, Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology; BONITA ANTHONY, assistant director of engineering fundamentals; and colleagues from Virginia Tech and Norfolk State University.
DEBRA MAJOR, professor of psychology, and HEATHER LAUZUN and MEGHAN JONES, doctoral students in industrial/organizational psychology, "An i-deals Model of Preventive and Episodic Work-Family Coping" at the American Psychological Association's Ninth International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health in Orlando, Fla.
HEATHER LAUZUN and MEGHAN JONES, doctoral students in industrial/organizational psychology, and DEBRA MAJOR, professor of psychology, "Work Support, Work-Family Conflict and Workaholism: Examining the Moderating Role of Economic Impact" at the American Psychological Association's Ninth International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health in Orlando, Fla.
MARIANA SZKLO-COXE, assistant professor of community and environmental health, was invited to present Clinical Research Grand Rounds, on "Insomnia and Depression: Can Research Shed Light on this Complex Relationship?" at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health, Welch Center for Prevention, Epidemiology and Clinical Research in Baltimore.
JOHN FORD, professor and eminent scholar of marketing and international business, "Reflections on the Evolution of International Advertising Research: From the Great Standardization Debate to Cross-Cultural Methodological Challenges" in vol. 51, no. 1 (supplement) of Journal of Advertising Research. Co-authors are Barbara Mueller and Charles Raymond Taylor. Also, "A Backward Glance of Who and What Marketing Scholars Have Been Researching, 1977-2002" in vol. 7 of Review of Marketing Research. Co-authors are Douglas West, Vincent Magnini, Michael LaTour and Michael Polonsky. This article was chosen by the editor as the Best Article for 2010 and won an Emerald Publishing Literati Award. Also, with Altaf Merchant, "Nostalgic Drives Donations: Effect of Nostalgia-Based Charity Appeals on Emotions and Intentions" in vol. 50, no. 4 of Journal of Advertising Research.
JEAN HOLT, assistant director of recreation and wellness, a two-part article in the Risk Management in Campus Recreation newsletter: "Hazing in Campus Recreation: It's Not Just a Greek Thing" was published in vol. 5, issue 2 (part I) and vol. 5, issue 3 (part II). She serves as a member of the National Practitioner Advisory Board for the National Coalition on Hazing Prevention & Research, based at the University of Maine. She has also been selected to serve on the editorial review board for the Risk Management in Campus Recreation newsletter.
WILLIAM OWINGS, professor of educational leadership, and Leslie Kaplan, a retired administrator with Newport News Public Schools, "The Alpha and Omega Syndrome: Is Intra-District Funding the Next Ripeness Factor?" in vol. 36, no. 2 of Journal of Education Finance.
SHARON RAVER-LAMPMAN, professor of communication disorders and special education, and lead author Lui Xiaoduo, a professor at the Sichuan Normal University in Chengdu, China, "The Emergence of Early Intervention for Children with Hearing Loss in China" in vol. 12, no. 1 of The Journal of the International Association of Special Education.
STEPHEN SHAPIRO, assistant professor of sport management, and Joris Drayer, assistant professor of sport and recreation management, Temple University, an opinion piece, "Impact on Secondary Market a Challenge for Dynamic Pricing," in the May 23 issue of SportsBusiness Journal.
This highlight was posted on: June 7, 2011
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