May 04, 2018
NEWBURGH, N.Y. -
Mount staff and faculty honored for their publications, left to right, front row: Dean Goldberg, associate professor of Communication Arts and Film Studies; Robert Miller, assistant professor of Religious Studies; Jennifer Bready, professor of Mathematics; and Priscilla Sagar, professor of Nursing. Back row: Michael L. Fox, assistant professor of Business Law and Pre-Law Advisor; Derek Sanderson, assistant librarian for Instruction Services; and Rob Wakeman, assistant professor of English.
The Mount Saint Mary College Faculty Library Committee and the Kaplan Family Library and Learning Center recently celebrated the achievements of 15 faculty who have published books, articles, and essays in the last year.
Jennifer Bready, professor of Mathematics, wrote “A Ten-Year Study of Suicides in a Rural/Suburban County,” Journal of Forensic Sciences, 62(4), 2017; and “Polynomials on Pictures with Different Platforms,” Mathematics Teacher, 111(2), 2017.
James Finn Cotter, professor of English, wrote “I and Thou in ‘The Wreck of the Deutschland,’” The Hopkins Quarterly, 45(1-2), 2017.
Larry Force, professor of Psychology and Director of The Center on Aging and Disability Policy at the Mount, wrote “The Detoxing of Caregivers: Key Tips for Survival, Strength and Patience,” CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
Michael L. Fox, assistant professor of Business Law and Pre-Law Advisor, wrote “I Show You Exhibit E for Identification: Differing Approaches for Authentication of Electronic Evidence at Trial,” NY Litigator (The Journal of the Commercial & Federal Litigation Section of the New York State Bar), 22(14), Spring 2017; “The Legal Profession: Attorneys & Courts, Bulwark Against Injustice,” Pathway, the Newsletter for Law Students, Volume 9, Summer 2017; “Corporate Counsel & HR Managers Be Aware - In Employment Law, Protected Classes are Expanding to Include Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Transgender Status,” 35 Inside 35 (Journal of the Corporate Counsel of the New York State Bar Association), Fall 2017; and “Symposium Commentary: Evidence Today – Discussing the Impact of Technology on Traditional Evidence and its Influence on the Evolution of Modern Evidentiary Techniques,” Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology, 27(2), 2017.
Denise A. Garofalo, associate librarian for Systems and Catalog Services, wrote “Let’s Flip It!: Delivering Information Literacy Instruction in the First Year Experience,” EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology, 2017.
Dean Goldberg, associate professor of Communication Arts and Film Studies, wrote “More Than a Touch of Madness: The Flawed Brilliance of Nicolas Roeg and Donald Cammell’s Debut Film, ‘Performance,’” Film International 81, 15(3), 2017; “Verity Less Lively: ‘Flesh and Blood,’” Filmint.nu (Film International), November 2017; and “Misapprehension of the Mainstream: ‘Darkest Hour,’” Filmint.nu (Film International), December 2017.
Jeffrey S. Kahana, associate professor of History, wrote the book “Disability and Aging: Learning from Both to Empower the Lives of Older Adults,” Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., 2017.
Yasmine Kalkstein, associate professor of Psychology, wrote “Owning the Birth Experience: What Factors Influence Women’s Vaginal Birth After Caesarean Decision?,” Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 35(4), 2017.
Robert Miller, assistant professor of Religious Studies, wrote “Jesus and Mary at Cana: What Did Jesus Really Say?,” Hope and Vision: The Magazine of the Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary U.S.A., 3(1), 2016-17.
Tracey Niemotko, professor of Accounting and chair of the School of Business, and Moria Tolan, professor of Business and Business Program Graduate Coordinator, wrote “Business as a Calling Revisited,” Northeast Business and Economics Association Conference Proceedings, 2017; and “The Relationship of Sustainability Reporting to Practice,” Northeast Business and Economics Association Conference Proceedings, 2017.
Rebecca Norman, associate professor of Education, wrote “If You’re Writing about Animals, Don’t Talk about Lollipops: Children’s Views on Writing Informational Text,” Journal of the New England Reading Association, 52(20), 2017
Regina Pappalardo, assistant professor of Communication Arts, wrote “Streaming an Event? How to Supplement Before, During and After,” The Book of Social Media Strategies and Tactics, PRNews Press, 2017.
Priscilla Sagar, professor of Nursing, wrote “Promoting Synergistic Partnerships in Low Resource Countries: A Case Study Exemplar,” Contemporary Nurse, 53(5), 2017.
Derek Sanderson, assistant librarian for Instruction Services, wrote an interview with Daniel Mendelsohn, Library Journal, 142(14), 2017.
Rob Wakeman, assistant professor of English, wrote “Peaceable Kingdom: The Place of the Dog at the Living Nativity Scene,” Performing Animals: History, Agency, Theater, Penn State University Press, 2017.