Mount celebrates campus authors

April 03, 2012

Newburgh, NY -

Campus Authors 2012

Mount Saint Mary College celebrated the achievement of faculty and administrators who published books, chapters, and articles during 2011. Authors spoke briefly about the origins of their projects and what inspired them, during Library Week.

Left to right: Frances Spielhagen, associate professor of education, “The Algebra Solution to Mathematics Reform: Completing the Equation,” (published by Teachers College Press, 2011); Evangela Oates, instruction and reference services librarian, “Job Offers, Negotiations, and All the Wonderful Things You Can Ask For” (chapter) with Teresa Y. Neely in How to Stay Afloat in the Academic Library Job Pool, American Library Association, 2011; Sr. Cecelia Murray, philosophy and religious studies, “The Least Qualified: a Leadership Crisis in the Newburgh Dominicans,” (article), U.S. Catholic Historian. 29(1), 2011; Lee Fothergill, associate professor of mathematics and information technology, “Aspects of Calculus for Pre-service Teachers,” (article), The Mathematics Educator. 21(1), 2011; Priscilla Sagar, professor of nursing, “Transcultural Nursing Theory and Models: Application in Nursing Education, Practice, and Administration,” (published by Springer, 2011); Denise Garofalo, systems and services catalog librarian, “Patchwork Redux: How Today's Systems Librarians Enrich the Weave of Library Culture (chapter), An Overview of the Changing Role of the Systems Librarian: Systemic Shifts, Chandos Publishing, 2011; Vivian Milczarski, collection development and electronic resources librarian, “True Serials: A True Solution for ERM Needs in a Medium-sized Academic Library” (article), Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship (co-authored with Denise A. Garofalo); Glenn Reynolds, assistant professor of history, “Images Out of Africa: the Virginia Garner Diaries of the Africa Motion Picture Project,” (published by University Press of America, 2011); Nancy Von Rosk, associate professor of English, “To Dance with ‘The Hired Girls’: Love, Labor and Longing in My Antonia” (chapter), Women and Work: The Labors of Self-Fashioning, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011; Mary Hinton, vice president for planning and assessment, “The Commercial Church: Black Churches and the New Religious Marketplace in America,” (published by Lexington Books, 2011.)