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From Arts to Sciences: Campus Honors Books by Faculty Authors

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From the stage to computers, networking and women in American history — faculty research endeavors can be seen in the numerous books, including one graphic novel, published over the previous year.

The achievements of the faculty members were recognized during a Wednesday, March 21, Author Awards reception presented by the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Pollak Library, Titan Shops and the Faculty Development Center.

Honorees are, by college:


Maria Cominis Glaudini, professor of theatre and dance
“Rehearsing in the Zone, A Practical Guide to Rehearsing Without A Director”
David Plouffe, lecturer in art
“Art Appreciation:  An Introduction to the Formal Elements and Mediums”
Kit Seaton, assistant professor of art
Jim Volz, professor of theatre and dance
“Introduction to Arts Management”  


Nick Huntington-Klein, assistant professor of economics
“A Step-by-Step Guide to the Principles of Microeconomics”
Sinjini Mitra, associate professor of information systems and decision sciences
“Biometrics in a Data Driven World: Trends, Technologies and Challenges”
David Obstfeld, associate professor of management
“Getting New Things Done: Networks, Brokerage and the Assembly of Innovative Action”
James Primbs, associate professor of finance
“A Factor Model Approach to Derivative Pricing”


Anthony R. Fellow, professor of communications
“Tweeting to Freedom: An Encyclopedia of Citizen Protests and Uprisings Around the World”
Bruce Gevirtzman, lecturer in human communication studies
“Frustration of Shame: In Defense of America’s Teachers”
“Take Down the Bubble”
Doug Swanson, professor of communications
“Real World Career Preparation: A Guide to Creating a University Student-Run Communications Agency”
Rosanne Welch, lecturer in cinema and television arts
“Why The Monkees Matter: Teenagers, Television and American Pop Culture”
“Women in American History: A Social, Political and Cultural Encyclopedia”
Diane Witmer and Doug Swanson, professors of communications
“Public Relations Management: A Team-Based Approach”


Mark Ellis, professor of secondary education
“Reimagining the Mathematics Classroom: Creating and Sustaining Productive Learning Environments, K-6”
Tim Green, professor of elementary and bilingual education
“The Educator’s Guide to Producing New Media and Open Educational Resources”
Nick Henning, associate professor, and Alison G. Dover, assistant professor, both secondary education
“Preparing to Teach Social Studies for Social Justice: Becoming a Renegade”


Matt Englar-Carlson, professor of counseling
“Adlerian Psychotherapy”
Andy Galpin, associate professor of kinesiology
“Unplugged: Evolve From Technology to Upgrade Your Fitness, Performance & Consciousness”
Matthew Llewellyn and John Gleaves, associate professors of kinesiology
“History and Philosophy of Sport and Physical Activity”
“The Rise and Fall of Olympic Amateurism”


Christina Chin, assistant professor of sociology
“Asian American Sporting Cultures”
Dana Collins, professor of sociology
“The Rise and Fall of an Urban Sexual Community: Malate (Dis)Placed” 
Sandra Falero, lecturer in American studies
“Digital Participatory Culture and the TV Audience: Everyone’s a Critic”
Christie Gardiner, associate professor of criminal justice
“Policing for the 21st Century: Realizing the Vision of Police in a Free Society”
Adam Golub, associate professor of American studies
“Monsters in the Classroom: Essays on Teaching What Scares Us”
Erualdo González, professor of Chicana and Chicano studies
“Latino City: Urban Planning, Politics and the Grassroots”
Natalie Graham, associate professor of African American studies
“Begin With a Failed Body”
Benjamin Hubbard, professor emeritus of comparative religion
“A Battlefield of Values — America’s Left, Right and Endangered Center”
Juan Ryusuke Ishikawa, professor of modern languages and literatures
“The Informers”
Carrie Lane, professor of American studies
“Anthropologies of Unemployment: New Perspectives on Work and its Absence”
Jeeloo Liu, chair and professor of philosophy
“Neo-Confucianism: Metaphysics, Mind and Morality”
Stacy Mallicoat, professor of criminal justice and chair of the Division of Politics, Administration and Justice
“Crime and Criminal Justice: Concepts and Controversies”
Enric Mallorquí-Ruscalleda, assistant professor of modern languages and literatures
“Catalan Diachronic and Corpus Linguistics: Four New Approaches”
“El Género Epistolar En El Seiscientos Hispánico: Justo Lipsio Y Su ‘Epistolica Institutio’ [O ‘Tratado Sobre Cómo Escribir Cartas’]”
“Libros De Caballerías “A Lo Divino” (1552-1601). Historia, Crítica Y Poética De Un Género Literario Olvidado”
“Tocados Por La Santidad: Lectores, Lectura Y Usos De Los ‘Quijotes A Lo Divino’ (Ss. Xvi-xx)”
David Marley, lecturer in history
“Skipper Stories: True Tales From Disneyland’s Jungle Cruise”
Irena Praitis, professor of English, comparative literature and linguistics
“The Last Stone in the Circle”
Nancy Segal, professor of psychology
“Twin Mythconceptions: False Beliefs, Fables and Facts About Twins”
Nicole Seymour, assistant professor of English, comparative literature and linguistics
“Kelly Reichardt: Emergency and the Everyday”
Choudhury M. Shamim, professor emeritus of political science
“Cadet College Memories: The Early 1960s”
Allison Varzally, professor of history
“Children of Reunion: Vietnamese Adoptions and the Politics of Family Migrations”


Merri Lynn Casem, professor of biological science
“Case Studies in Cell Biology”
Adam Glesser, associate professor of mathematics  
“Business Calculus” 
Shivani Soni, lecturer in biological science
“Emerging Applications, Perspectives and Discoveries in Cardiovascular Research”
Bogdan Suceavă, professor of mathematics
“Istoria Lacunelor” (A History of Gaps)
“Miruna, Povesc” (Miruna, a Tale) — Slovene translation
“Miruna, O Poveste” (Miruna, a Tale)
“Republica” (The Republic)
“Recent Advances in the Geometry of Submanifolds: Dedicated to the Memory of Franki Dillen (1963-2013)”
“Grandfather Goes Back to French” — Slovene and English translations
“A Medieval Mystery: Nicole Oresme’s Concept of Curvitas”