Newly Published: Work by Faculty Authors
Oct. 31, 2012
Members of the faculty who have recently published research include:
Gayle K. Brunelle, professor of history, authored "The Price of Assimilation: Spanish and Portuguese Women in French Cities, 1500-1650," in "Women in Port: Gendering Communities, Economies and Social Networks in Atlantic Port Cities,1500-1800" published in October by Brill Academic Publishers Inc.
Peter J. Fashing, associate professor of anthropology, co-authored "Averting Biodiversity Collapse in Tropical Forest Protected Areas" in the Sept. 13 issue of Nature.
Shaun Pichler, associate professor of management, authored "The Social Contest of Performance Appraisal and Appraisal Reactions: A Meta Analysis" in the September-October issue of Human Resource Management. Earlier in the year, Pichler's co-authored article, "Antecedents and Consequences of the Social Categorization of Expatriates in India," was published in the March issue of the International Journal of Human Resource Management, and "Expatriate-Local Interactions: An Investigation in China" was published in Vol. 27, Issue 7 of the Journal of Managerial Psychology.
Joel K. Abraham, assistant professor of biological science, co-authored a paper titled
"Short Lesson Plan Associated With Increased Acceptance of Evolutionary Theory and Potential Change in Three Alternate Conceptions of Macroevolution in
published in the June 4 issue of the American Society for Cell Biology journal,
CBE Life Sciences Education.
Adam D. Woods, associate professor of geological sciences, co-authored " Origin and Evolution of Palaeokarst Within the Lower Ordovician (Ibexian) Goodwin Formation (Pogonip Group)" published in the July 10 issue of the Journal of Palaeogeography.
Angel Pineda, assistant professor of mathematics, and 2009 mathematics alumnus Antonio Gonzalez co-authored " Beyond Noise-Power in 3D Computed Tomography: The Local NPS and Off-Diagonal Elements of the Fourier Convariance Matrix" in the Vol. 39, Issue 6 of Medical Physics.
In addition, undergraduate researchers mentored by Pineda — Anne Calder, Eden Ellis Li-Hsuan Huang and Kevin Park — wrote " Statistical Modeling Through Analytical and Monte Carlo Methods of the Fat Traction in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)" published June 21 in the web-based publication SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics) Undergraduate Research Online.
Christopher R. Meyer, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, discussed his research in "Engaging in Transdisciplinary Brainstorming" published in the May 2012 issue of International Innovation.