April 10, 2019
NEWBURGH, N.Y. -
Mount staff and faculty honored for their publications, left to right, front row: Jen Park, assistant librarian for Access and Outreach Services; Tiffany Davis, associate librarian for Instruction Services; Priscilla L. Sagar, professor emerita of Nursing; Yasmine Kalkstein, assistant vice president for Academic Affairs; James Finn Cotter, professor of English; Janine Bixler, professor of Education; Susan LaRocco, Dean of Nursing; Frances R. Spielhagen, professor of Education; and Christine M. Berté, associate professor of Nursing. Back row: Carl S. Hoegler, professor of Biology; Michael L. Fox, assistant Professor of Business Law and Pre-Law advisor; Lawrence Force, professor of Psychology; Chris Neyen, assistant professor of Art and Graphic Design; Michael J. Olivette, vice president for Academic Affairs; Denise A. Garofalo, associate librarian for Systems and Catalog Services; Dakin Roy, Instructional Media Coordinator and adjunct faculty in the Division of Arts and Letters; Anthony Scardillo, assistant professor of Marketing; and Rebecca R. Norman, associate professor of Education.
The Mount Saint Mary College Faculty Library Committee and the Kaplan Family Library and Learning Center recently celebrated the achievements of nearly 30 faculty and staff members who have published books, articles, and essays in the last year.
Victor Azuaje, associate professor of Spanish, wrote Bajo la Sombra de Azazel: Sacrificio, Alegoría, y Conflicto Social en Ramos Sucre, FBLibros: Caracas, 2018.
Christine M. Berté, associate professor of Nursing, wrote “Educating Advanced Practice Nursing Students Toward Ethical Behaviors,” Journal of Christian Nursing, 35(2), 2018.
Janine Bixler, professor of Education, and Rebecca R. Norman, associate professor of Education,
co-wrote “Engaging Learners in Multimodal Meaning Making to Inspire Writing,” Michigan Reading Journal, 50(3), 2018.
Beth Boyd, assistant professor of Nursing, wrote “Workplace Violence,” Encyclopedia of Nursing Research, Springer, 2018.
James Finn Cotter, professor of English, wrote “The Collected Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins: Volume V: Sermons and Spiritual Writings,” edited by Jude V. Nixon and Noel Barber, S.J. (book review), The Hopkins Quarterly, 45(3-4), Summer-Fall 2018; “‘Felix Randal the Farrier’: Visiting the Sick,” Victorian Poetry, 56(n2), Summer 2018; “Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Poetry of Religious Experience” (book review,) the Hopkins Quarterly, 45(1-2), Winter-Spring 2018; and “Sequences of Phrase and Feeling in ‘The Windhover,’”Religion and the Arts, 22(4), 2018.
Tiffany Davis, associate librarian for Instruction Services, wrote “Strategic Topic Development: An Active, Flipped Lesson for First-Year Students,” Framing Information Literacy, ACRL (Association of College and Research Libraries), 2018.
Lawrence Force, professor of Psychology, and his students edited Gerontology: An Interactive Text, National Social Science Press, 2018.
Michael L. Fox, assistant Professor of Business Law and Pre-Law advisor, wrote “Considering Law School? Undergraduates Should Contemplate this Advice from Pre-Law Advisors,” New York State Bar Journal, vol. 90, September 2018; “Objection, Your Honor (to Your Social Media Activity?),” New York State Bar Journal, vol. 90, March/April 2018; Primer for an Evolving eWorld, Kendall Hunt Publishing, 2019; and “Who has Access to Decedents' Electronic Assets and Social Media?,” Pretrial Practice and Discovery, 26(1), Winter 2018.
J. David Gallagher, associate professor of Education, wrote “Court Notes: Volleyball Journal,” Writing Athletes, 2018.
Denise A. Garofalo, associate librarian for Systems and Catalog Services, wrote “A Road Not Planned: My Journey in Library IT,” in We Can Do I.T.: Women in Library Information Technology, Library Juice Press, 2018.
Dean Goldberg, associate professor of Communication Arts and Film Studies, wrote “Witch Hunting in America Lives On: Show Trial: Hollywood, HUAC, and the Birth of the Blacklist” (book review), Film International, 16(4), April 2019; and “Nicholas Roeg, 1928-2018” (obituary), Filmint.nu (Film International), December 10, 2018.
Carl S. Hoegler, professor of Biology, wrote “Modified Lead Hematoxylin-tartrazine Yellow Stain Highlights Changes in Aortic Wall After Balloon Angioplasty,” Journal of Histotechnology, 41(4), 2018.
Yasmine Kalkstein, assistant vice president for Academic Affairs, wrote “How Women Evaluate Birth Challenges: Analysis of Web-based Birth Stories,” JMIR (Journal of Medical Internet Research) Pediatrics and Parenting, 1(2), 2018; “Ownership of the Birth Experience: Guest Commentary,” The Science of Ownership, March 8, 2019; “A Sabbatical Abroad with Kids?,” Inside Higher Ed, July 5, 2018; “Can Emojis Prevent People From Speeding?,” The Decision Lab, May 2018; “Tempting the Creation of Habits,” The Decision Lab, October 2018; and “Why is Changing Behavior So Hard?,” The Decision Lab, July 2018.
Susan LaRocco, Dean of Nursing, wrote “Family Perception of and Experience with Family Presence During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: An Integrative Review,” Journal of Clinical Nursing, 28(1-2), 2018.
Chris Neyen, assistant professor of Art and Graphic Design, had photos published in “Unseen: Contemporary Urban Research in the European City,” EuropeNow, issue 17, May 2018.
Thuy Linh Nguyen, associate professor of History, wrote “Overpopulation, Racial Degeneracy and Birth Control in French Colonial Vietnam,” Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, 19(3), Winter 2018.
Tracey Niemotko and Moira Tolan, professors of Business, wrote “Rewiring Business Students Toward Ethical Behavior,” Northeast Business and Economics Association Conference Proceedings, 2018; and Accounting Basics: A Survival Guide for Students (Third Edition), Kendall-Hunt, 2018.
Michael J. Olivette, vice president for Academic Affairs, wrote Building an Adirondack Guideboat: Reproductions of a Unique Regional Classic (Second Edition), CreateSpace, 2018.
Jen Park, assistant librarian for Access and Outreach Services, wrote “Marketing Academic Library Resources and Services: A Choice White Paper,” ACRL (Association of College and Research Libraries)/Choice, 2018.
Dakin Roy, Instructional Media Coordinator and adjunct faculty in the Division of Arts and Letters, had photos published in “Relegated: A Series of Found Abstractions,” Light: A Journal of Photography & Poetry, Summer 2018.
Priscilla L. Sagar, professor emerita of Nursing, wrote “Culture Care Theory: A Trailblazing Theory” in Leininger's Transcultural Nursing: Concepts, Theories, and Practice (Fourth Edition), McGraw Hill, 2018; and “Current State of Transcultural Nursing Theories, Models, and Approaches,” Annual Review of Nursing Research, Springer, 2019.
Anthony Scardillo, assistant professor of Marketing, wrote “‘Are We Having Fun Yet?’ What Factors Influence Managers to Have Fun at Work,” Journal of Entrepreneurship & Organization Management, 7(1), March 2018
Ludmila Smirnova, professor of Education, wrote “There is More to Digital Learning than Counting Your Fingers: Transforming Learning and Teaching with Digital Pedagogy,” AACE (Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education) Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia (JEMH), 27(2), April 2018.
Frances R. Spielhagen, professor of Education, wrote Caecelia et Verus in Foro Roman, Royal Fireworks Press, 2018.
Nancy Von Rosk, professor of English, wrote “Women, Work and Cross-Class Alliances in the Fiction of Charlotte Perkins Gilman” in Working Women in American Literature, 1865-1950, Lexington Books, 2018.
Charles Zola, associate professor of Philosophy, wrote Remembering a Forgotten Renaissance Dominican Artist, Aleteia, July 20, 2018.