Recent Internal Award Recipients

Wheeler Award Recipients

April 2013

Thilini Ariychandra (management information systems) – Development of curriculum in big data and analytics
Rashi Assudani (management and entrepreneurship) – Designing for social innovation
Kelly Beischel (nursing) – Creating a flipped classroom to improve learning
Sally Barnhart (childhood education and literacy) – Co-teaching the effective model for mentoring Xavier student teachers
Tom Clark (management and entrepreneurship) – Crucial Conversations training
Tom Knestrict (childhood education and literacy) – Sustainable international relationship and the ethic of diversity in education:  University of East London
Debora Kuchey (childhood education and literacy) – Elementary Math Specialist Endorsement
Julie Kugler Ackley (childhood education and literacy) – Enhancing Montessori for the digital age:  Providing the Xavier University Montessori experience for the online learning generation (AND) A Passport program – creating online modules for the Xavier Montessori Teacher Education program students working towards OH 4 year resident educator license
Sarah Melcher (theology) – Interfaith Dialogue Study Trip in the Holy Land (with Gillian Ahlgren, Waleed El-Ansary, Steve Frankel, Abie Ingber, Anna Miller)
Kathryn Morris (biology) – Writing a General Botany (BIOL 211) lab manual
Kristen Renzi (English) – Introducing a student book / art vending machine to Xavier’s campus
Kathleen Smythe (history) – Faculty planning for experiential sustainability course for sustainability majors
Matthew Westgate (music and theater) – Director encounter with the arts:  A new trans-disciplinary course for the Fine Arts Core that introduces students to art and culture through first-hand experiences

Fall 2013

  • Delane Bender-Slack (early childhood education and literacy) - Meeting students' needs through Spanish language learning
  • Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco (classics and modern languages) - Developing AJCU - AUSJAL connections for Xavier Peru study abroad program

Spring 2013

  • Gillian Ahlgren and Art Dewey (theology) - Re-imagining the Spiritual Exercises for a new era
  • William Anyonge (biology) - Teaching human and comparative anatomy at Xavier University
  • Laney Bender-Slack (childhood education & literacy) and Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco (classics & modern languages) - Developing global citizens:  A Peruvian literacy experience
  • Max Buot and Hem Raj Joshi (mathematics & computer science) - Further enhancement of faculty expertise in actuarial science
  • Christine Dacey & W. Michael Nelson (psychology) - DSM5 Workshop
  • Karen Enriquez (theology) - Teaching to the whole person:  Incorporating spiritual practices in the classroom
  • Morten Kristiansen (music) - New music appreciation course for the Fine Arts core:  Classical music through film
  • José María Mantero (classics &modern languages) - Taking the reacher out of the room:  Digital videos and the spanish classroom
  • Mack Mariani (political science) Teaching gender and politics in Ireland

  • Fall 2012
  • Rashmi Assudani (management and entrepreneurship) - Design thinking
  • Delane Bender-Slack (childhood education and literacy) - The mind-body connection: learning with Alexander Technique
  • Mina Lee (management and entrepreneurship) - Developing a Xavier international sustainability management course
  • Tim White (political science) - Teaching the politics of war and peace
  • James Wood (philosophy) - Topics in ancient philosophy: ancient Chinese and Indian thought? (aka ?Asian Philosophy?)
     
  • Spring 2012
  • Max Buot, Hem Raj Joshi, and Ganesh Malla (mathematics and computer science) - Enhancing faculty expertise in actuarial science.
  • Thomas Knestrict (childhood education & literacy) - Integrating responsive classroom into our early childhood licensure.
  • Julia O'Hara (history) - Mexican culture, past and present.
  • Teresa Young and Mary Lisa Vertuca (childhood education & literacy) - The Reggio Emilia study tour project:  Children and literacy
  • Amy Whipple (history) - Cozy Crimes? Murder & mystery in modern Britain
  • Victoria Zacavage (secondary & special education) - Service learning in teacher education.
     
  • Fall 2011
  • Michelle Hall (counseling) - Evidenced-based treatment in the classroom:  teaching mindfulness-based stress reduction to counseling students
  • Mina Lee (management and entrepreneurship) - New study abroad program:  MERCOSUR
  • Rhonda Norman (counseling)  - Enhancing career counseling and development:  COUN 616-01
  • Jodi Wyett (English) - New course:  English 364:  Jane Austen:  then and now
     
  • Spring 2011
  • Gillian Ahlgren (theology) - Accompaniment, empowerment, healing, and prevention:  Theological and pastoral approaches to trauma
  • Sally Barnhart (childhood education and literacy) - The mentor teacher:  A role model for tomorrow's teachers
  • Rick Browne (career services) and Tom Clark (management and entrepreneurship) - Student videotaped models for excellent job interviewing skills
  • David Burns (marketing) - New course:  Marketing's role in society
  • Sheila Doran (center for adult and part-time students) - Capstone course for the Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree
  • Kristine Johnson (English) - Pilot assessment of a common essay assignment in the writing program.
  • Claire Morress (occupational therapy) - Home sweet home:  An Evanston partnership to keep seniors and individuals with disabilities living at home.
  • Leslie Prosak-Beres (childhood education and literacy) - Advanced study in strengths-based teaching and leadership.

     
  • Fall 2010
  • Daniel Dwyer (philosophy) - 21st century Christian philosophy
  • Tamara Giluk (management & entrepreneurship) - Enhancing the teaching of human resource management using the case method
  • Mina Lee (management & entrepreneurship) - International business course:  Enhancement & development project 
  • Anna Miller (theology) and E. Paul Colella (philosophy) - Religious narrative imagery and Vico's philosophy of culture
  • Nicholas Salsman (psychology) - Sustaining a commitment to multiculturalism in a psychology department
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  • Spring 2010
  • Thilini Ariyachandra (management information systems) - Development of a course in business intelligence:  a brand new undergraduate course
  • Nancy Bertaux (economics) - Teaching economics and public issues in Ireland
  • Jerry Braun and Elaine Crable (management information systems) - Development of a hybrid version of the required undergraduate MIS course
  • Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco (modern languages) - Unlocking the potential of electronic white-boards (SmartBoards) in world language courses
  • Bruce Erikson (art) - The human figure and anatomy
  • Rebecca Luce (management and entrepreneurship) - Corporate citizenship and sustainability project
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  • Fall 2009
  • Joyce Allen, Christian Mastilak, David Randolph, and Andrea Weickgenannt (accountancy) -  Incorporating international financial reporting standards into the undergraduate accounting and MBA Curricula
  • Christine Anderson (history) - Invigorating the history department's contribution to the core
  • Delane Bender Slack and Teresa Young (childhood education and literacy) - Teacher induction research:  Building the new teacher academy
  • Georgana Miller (occupational therapy) - Promoting excellence in fieldwork education
  • Mack Mariani (political science & sociology) - A global perspective on the pipeline and women's representation
  • Thomas Strunk (classics) - Greco-Roman classicism and the African American intellectual tradition
  • Kathy Winterman (secondary & special education) - Trans-disciplinary play-based assessment and intervention
  • Victoria Zascavage (secondary & special education) - Incorporating crisis prevention intervention into special education coursework
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  • Spring 2009
  • Max Buot (mathematics & computer science) - Teaching probability and statistical inference using a randomization-based paradigm
  • Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco (modern languages) - Enhancement of Spanish 258:  Language and the culture of Guatemala
  • Daniel Dwyer (philosophy) - Post-war German philosophy
  • Elizabeth Groppe (theology) - Theological Foundations (THEO 111) and the relationships of justice and care project
  • Thomas Knestrict (childhood education & literacy) - Positive psychology in the social sciences
  • Morten Kristiansen (music) - Introduction to music literature
  • Esmeralda Nastase (mathematics & computer science) - A course in combinatorics
  • Daewoo Park (management & entrepreneurship) - Enhancing Xavier/WCB entrepreneurship core curriculum (ENTR 311 New Venture Planning)
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  • Fall 2008
  • Christine Anderson (history) - HIST 432 Sem: The great migration in the U.S.
  • Tom Clark (management and entrepreneurship)- Social Entrepreneurship: The arts
  • Graley Heren (English) and George Farnsworth (biology) - Enhancing experiential learning in Ireland
  • Shelagh Larkin, Stephanie Brzuzy (Social Work; Carol Scheerer, Joan Tunningley (Occupational Therapy); Susan Namei, Barb Harland (Nursing); Eddie Hooker (health services Administration); and Renee Zucchero (psychology) - Collaborative Teaming: A multidisciplinary approach to working with older adult clients experiencing dementia
  • Joseph Wagner, S.J. (mathematics and computer science) - Enhancing the mathematical preparation of pre-service, secondary mathematics teachers
  • Spring 2008
  • Gillian, Ahlgren (theology) - Enhancing theology and church history classes with integrative teaching
  • Scott Boyar (management and entrepreneurship) - The application and use of metrics in organizational decision making for human resource professionals
  • Daniel Dwyer (philosophy) - Contemporary French philosophy
  • Anna Ghee (psychology) - Preparing mental health professionals to serve ethically in a multicultural world
  • Kaleel Skeirik (music) - Two new music fine arts courses:  Music, War and Peace; Music, Love and Death
  • Karim Tiro (history) - Spices and the making of the modern world: An exhibition at Findlay Market
  • Kathy Winterman (special education) - Administrative partnerships in special education 
  • Fall 2007
  • Rashmi Assudani (management and entrepreneurship) - Enhancing in-class instruction using case studies
  • Tongdong Bai (philosophy) - Democracy and its critics
  • Diane Ceo-DiFranceso, Irene Compton (modern languages) and Jane Conzett (ESL) - Enhancing language classes with "Tell Me More"
  • Margo Heydt (Social Work) - Harm reduction theory:  Gaining an international perspective
  • Janet Schultz and Cathy McDaniels-Wilson (psychology) - Working with gay and lesbian clients:  Developing clinical supervision
  • Mary Walker (marketing) - Enhancing integrated marketing communications through media enhanced technology:  Curriculum development for both undergraduate and graduate courses
  • Spring 2007
  • Christine Dacey (psychology) - Participatory-action research:  A methodology for community-engaged  scholarship
  • Michael Goldweber (mathematics & computer science) and Rachel Chrastil (history) - Support for a Phi Beta Kappa visiting scholar
  • David Knutson (modern languages) - Enhancing Business Spanish (SPAN306)
  • Shelagh Larkin, (Social Work) - Reinvigorating generalist practice into field education
  • Carol Scheerer (occupational therapy) - Expanding the definition of community
  • Mary Lisa Vertuca (childhood education and literacy) - Current research and best practice in preparing teaching candidates for the English Language Learner Classroom
  • Timothy White (political science/sociology) - Understanding Irish political culture through film
  • Tyrone Williams, Norman Finkelstein and Christina Fisanick (English) - Visiting poet series
  •   Kathy Winterman (special education) - Creating early childhood classrooms for success
  •   Reneé Zucchero (psychology - The co-mentoring project:  Memoir Writing enhancement
  • Fall 2006
  • Rashmi Assudani (management and entrepreneurship) - Enhancing WCB undergraduate core curriculum (MGMT300, Managerial Behavior)
  • Ed Cueva (classics) and Debra Mooney (ignatian programs) - Common reading program
  • John Fairfield (history) and Gene Beaupré (political science) - Comparative democratic publics:  The USA & France
  • Christina Fisanick, (English) - ENGL364:  Appalachian women writers
  • Julia O?Hara, (history) - History, memory, and service learning in Central America
  • Mary Stroud (chemistry, Integrating instructional technology: development of web-based tutorials for physiological chemistry
  • Spring 2006
  • Shannon Byrne (classics) - Ohio classical conference and Xavier University:  Getting high school teachers involved
  • Ed Cueva & Sean Burns (classics) - Course development:  Latin in church documents
  • Lara Dorger & Margaret Martin (ESL) - Improving the teaching of outlining and academic rhetoric by incorporating a visual approach 
  • Sherrie Human (management/entrepreneurship), Isaac Larison (education), Margaret McDiarmid (modern languages), Thomas Merrill (music) & Betty Porter (library) - Renaissance man on campus: A visit with Rick Sowash 
  • Gary Lewandowski & Bernd Rossa (math/computer science) - MATLAB training for use in interdisciplinary mathematics and computer science courses
  • Yvonne McKoy (nursing) - Oxford Round Table
  • Ronald Montgomery (music) - Montgomery's rules of musical engagement
  • Jo Ann Recker (modern languages), Stephen Frankel (philosophy), & Rachel Chrastil (history) - Creating a Xavier summer program in Paris
  • Holly Toensing (theology) - Homosexuality and biblical interpretation
  • Fall 2005
  • Dennis Long & Margo Heydt (social work) - Reconceptualizing beginning level social work coursework
  •  Karl Stukenberg (psychology) - Designing writing intensive courses across the curriculum:  Engaging students in the process of clear communication 
  • Stephen Frankel (philosophy), Rachel Chrastil (history) & Jo Ann Recker (modern languages) - Creating a Xavier summer program in Paris 
  • Huizhen (Jean) Guo (math & computer science) - Implementing technology in teaching statistics
  • Spring 2005
  • Suzanne Chouteau (art) - Plate Lithography
  • Norman Finkelstein (English) - Campus Visit by Poet/Critic Peter Gizzi 
  • Lin Guo (health services administration) - Course Development:  Operations Management in healthcare organizations
  • David Mengel (history) - Agora to Piazza:  Public Space in Pre-Modern European Cities
  • Morell Mullins & Christine Dacey (psychology) - Understanding Qualitative Research Methods in Psychology
  • Daewood Park & Margaret Cunningham (management & entrepreneurship) - Enhancing WCB Undergraduate Core Curriculum Using Simulations
  • Susan Schmidt, Margaret King, Hilreth Lanig, Linda Moore, Linda Rieg, Linda Schmid, & Cindy Sublett (nursing) - Clinical Nurse Leader Regional Meetings
  • Heidrun Schmitzer & Terrence Toepker (physics) - Forensic Science Studies - A Cross Disciplinary Core Course
  • Karim Tiro (history) - A History of the Pig in America, with Especial Reference to the City of Cincinnati
  • Tyrone Williams (English) - Affrilachian Poetry
  • Fall 2004
  • Shannon Byrne & Fred Benda (classics) - The State of Classics in Jesuit Higher Education Conference 
  •  Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco (modern languages) - Training for Technology Enhanced Second Language Instruction
  •  Margaret Cunningham & Daewoo Park (management & entrepreneurship) - Enhancing WCB Undergraduate Core Curriculum:  MGMT302,Quality and Productivity in Operations
  •  Melody D'Ambrosio (education) - Revitalization of EDEC335 - Language Arts/Social Studies for Early Childhood Block in Spring and Fall 2005 Semesters
  •  Kim Howes (art) - Rome Summer Workshop
  •  Hilreth Lanig (nursing) - Oxford Round Table
  •  Michael Nelson (psychology) - Development of a video depicting anxiety-management skills for youth with children experiencing internalized conflict
  •  Kathleen Smythe & Robert Jefferson (history) - The United States and Liberia
  • Spring 2004
  • Gerald Braun (information systems) - ASP.NET training course and curriculum development
  • Suzanne Chouteau (art), Isaac Larison (education)and Betty Porter (McDonald Library) - Picture books: A symposium of art and literature across the curriculum
  • Paul Fiorelli (accountancy) - ?Life and debt?:  The director?s view of the impact of globalization in Jamaica
  • Elizabeth Johnson (mathematics and computer science) - Incorporating agile programming methods in software engineering
  • Hem Raj Joshi and Bernd Rossa (mathematics and computer science) - Mathematics for biology and pre-med majors
  • Adekunle Okunoye (information systems) - Adding comprehensive information security content to graduate and undergraduate telecommunications and networking courses
  • Carol Scheerer and Heather Gallew (occupational therapy) - Developing the research component of the master of occupational therapy curriculum
  • Clint Schertzer (marketing) - Development of a new course in data mining
  • Kathleen Smythe (history) - African Environmental History
  • Fall 2003
  • Tom Clark (management & entrepreneurship) - Hiring Xavier information systems student to help develop business systems for the business profession program
  • E. Paul Colella (philosophy) - The city as enclosed universe:  Art, culture, entertainment and the urban public
  • Chris Dacey and Cathy McDaniels-Wilson (psychology) -  Optimal theory, belief systems analysis, and paradigm shift:  A process for health and wholeness in the 21st century
  • Carolyn Jenkins (social work) - Participation in the Oxford roundtable at St. Anthony's College in the University of Oxford
  • Winston Vaughan and Tom Kessinger (education) - Enhanced citizenship education:  Infusing service-learning into social studies pedagogy
  • Spring 2003
  • Graley Herren  (English) - Literary texts & contexts in Ireland
  • Brendan LaRocque, Julia O'Hara and Kathleen Smythe (history) - Development of library collection for teaching cross-cultural history with film
  • Michael Sweeney (philosophy) - Study of the Arabic language
  • Carol Winkelmann (English) - Women and sacred writing
  • Fall 2002
  • John Barrett, Chris Dacey and Janet Schultz (psychology) - Teaching psychology faculty about professional conduct and ethics in light of the new ethical code of the American Psychological Association (2002)
  • Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco (modern languages) - Modified oral proficiency interview training workshop
  • William O'Connell (education) - Using video technology to teach systems theory in family relations
  • Deborah Tesch (information systems) - Training in Visual Basic.NET for Implementation in Introductory and Advanced Application Development Courses in the Undergraduate IS Curriculum
  • Mary Lisa Vertuca (education) - Understanding poverty's impact on the educational process
  • Jodi Wyett (English) - ENGL 359:  Women and minorities:  Image in film
  • Spring 2002
  • Susan Namei and Hilreth Lanig (nursing) - Globalization of nursing curriculum:  The status of maternal and child care in The Gambia
  • *Daniel Otero and James Snodgrass  (mathematics and computer science) - Theory of games and decision making:  A new core mathematics course
  • Fall 2001
  • Roshan Ahuja (marketing) - Undergraduate Marketing Ethics: Time to Teach the Teacher
  • John Barrett, Christine Dacey, and Suzanne Norman (psychology) - Teaching Psychology Faculty How to Integrate Case Study Methodology to Explore Issues of Diversity
  • Cynthia Dulaney and Cynthia Crown (psychology) - The Integration of Hollywood Film Clips in Two Undergraduate Courses in Psychology
  • *George W.M. Harrison, Edmund Cueva, Shannon Byrne (classics), and Cathy Springfield (theatre) - Conference - SENSE AND THE SATYR PLAY
  • Michael Nelson (psychology) - Development of a video depicting depression-management skills for use with children experiencing internalized conflict
  • Phyllis Laine (biology) and Cynthia Geer (education) - Production of a Video to Train New Instructors in the Pedagogy Approach Used in a Revised Life Investigations Laboratory I
  • Margery Shupe (education - graduate counseling) - Service Learning as a Necessary Component to Counselor Professional  Development
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  • Spring 2001
  • Suzanne Chouteau (art) - Digitally Assisted Printmaking
  • Michael Goldweber and Liz Johnson (mathematics and computer science) - Using Robots in Introductory Computer Science
  • Richard Gruber (history) - American History through American Music
  • Fall 2000
  • Gillian Ahlgren (theology) -  Developing a Christina Mystic Web Page
  • Paul Colella (philosophy) - Contemporary American Literary Culture: The View from Italy
  • Marie Giblin (theology) and Margo Heydt (social work) - Creation of a new interdisciplinary course for Fall 2001: Religion, Ethics, and Professional Practice
  • Irene Hodgson (modern languages) - Latin America on the Web and on Tape
  • Frank Oppenheim (philosophy) - Updating Philosophy 317 into the 21st Century
  • Tyrone Williams, Jodi Wyett, and Allison Russell (English) - Visiting Professor Series
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  • Spring 2000
  • Lynda Kilbourne (management) - Faculty Development: legal and Ethical Environment of Business
  • Vimala Majeti (chemistry) - Videotape Demonstrations of Microscale Organic Lab Techniques
  • Isam Marawi (chemistry) - Continuation to 'Inquiry Format for the General Chemistry Laboratory'
  • James McCann, S.J. (political science) - Northern Ireland: Strengthen the Peace Process
  • Ginger McKenzie (education) - First International Symposium: Research on Montessori Education
  • Yvonne McKoy (nursing) - Rhythms of Caring: A Cadence
  • Michael Nelson, Susan Kenford and John Barrett (psychology) - Continuation of Diversity Workshops
  • Fall 1999
  • Christine Anderson and Kathleen Smythe (history) - Visiting Lecturers on Comparative Race-Making in South Africa and the  U.S.
  • Norman Finkelstein and Tyrone Williams (English) - Campus Visit from Michael Palmer
  • Hilreth Lanig and Susan Namei (nursing) - Hispanic Concentration in Nursing
  • Michael Nelson, Susan Kenford, and John Barrett (psychology) - Ethnic Minorities: Psychological Assessment and Education Strategies
  • Suzanne Norman (psychology) - Master Teacher in Gerontology Workshop: Teaching the Psychology of Aging
  • Daewoo Park (management and entrepreneurship) - Enhancing Undergraduate and MBA-Level Global Strategy and International Management Courses
  • Susan Shapiro (classics) - The Latin TV News Project
  • Debbie Tesch (accounting and information systems) - Java Application Development in the Undergraduate IS Curriculum * Indicates permission has been granted to share this proposal with other faculty.
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  • Faculty Development Leave Recipients

  • 2014-2015
  • Timothy Brownlee (philosophy) - Conscience, recognition, and selfhood in Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit -- Fall 2014
  • Arthur Dewey (theology) - Remembering the death of Jesus -- Fall 2014
  • Karen Enriquez (theology) - Ignatian spirituality in a religiously diverse world:  Comparing the spiritual exercises and the way of the Bodhisattva -- Fall 2014
  • Paul Fiorelli (accountancy & law) - The value of values:  Practical principles for everyday ethics -- Fall 2014
  • Michael Goldweber (mathematics & computer science) - Computing for the social good in New Zealand - Spring 2015
  • Justin Link (physics) - Establishing an interdisciplinary and international collaboration to explore the protein structure-function relation of the cryptochrome -- Fall 2014
  • Christian Mastilak (accountancy) - System dynamics concepts in accounting and accounting education: Effects of education and experience on reasoning performance and on transfer to new problems -- Fall 2014
  • Anna Miller (theology) - Research and writing of two articles -- Fall 2014
  • Maureen Mullinax (sociology) - Cultural activism in central Appalachia:  The transformative potential of community-based arts practice in the era of neoliberalism -- Spring 2015
  • Ann Ray (biology) - Rangewide survey for the U.S. federally threatened valley elderberry longhorn beetle using a female produced sex pheromone -- Spring 2015
  • Nick Salsman (psychology) - An international investigation of dialectical behavior therapy and emotion regulation in treating suicidal behaviors -- Spring 2015
  • Heidrun Schmitzer (physics) - Organic/metal metamaterials for transformation optics -- Spring 2015
  • Joseph Wagner (mathematics & computer science) - The transfer of mathematical knowledge in the context of learning undergraduate physics -- 2014-2015 academic year
  • Amy Whipple (history) - :What is it?  How do you get it?"  Personal health and primary medical care in Britain, 1943-1966 -- Fall 2014
  • Bin Yu (political science) - Authoritarian deliberation and bonded responsiveness:  An analysis of CPPCC proposals, 2008-2012 -- Fall 2014
     
  • 2013-2014
  • Minerva Catral (mathematics & computer science) - Generalizations of non-negative matrices and their sign patterns and zero forcing number of graphs
  • Rachel Chrastil (history) - The Stuff of Everyday Life
  • John Fairfield (history) - The future of the city: regionalism and urban sprawl since 1932
  • Norman Finkelstein (English) - From the files of the Immanent Foundation:  new & selected poems
  • Anna Ghee (psychology) - General Experimental Psychology Lab Manual
  • Bree Lang (economics) - The effect of down payment assistance on neighborhood segregation
  • Matthew Lang (economics) - Where are the mentally ill treated when mental health funding is cut
  • Mollie McIntosh (biology) - A temporal assessment of community structure and function within wetlands of southwestern Ohio
  • Rebecca Muich (classics & modern languages( - The Wall of Troy and surviving difficult crossings
  • Niamh O'Leary (English) - Women in Shakespeare's Roman and Greek plays
  • Randall Patnode (communication arts) - The synchronized society: temporal consciousness and the origins of broadcasting
  • Timothy Quinn (philosophy) - History of catholic political philosophy
  • Kristine Suna-Koro (theology) - Book manuscript working title Liturgy as Migration:  Praise through Righteous Action and other articles
  • Thomas Wagner (communication arts) - "Thank You For Your Service": the effects of non-veterans' taboo topic communication on veterans' message processing topic avoidance
  • Jodi Wyett (English) - Quixote Legacy: The female Quixote and the woman writer
  • 2012-2013
  • Adam Clark (theology) - Honoring the ancestors:  toward an afrocentric approach to christina theology
  • Tom Clark (management and entrepreneurship) - The impact of threat of criminal sanctions on the persuasiveness of environmental assessment reports
  • Margaret Cunningham (management and entrepreneurship) - Field of supply chain management
  • Christian End (psychology) - Sports fans' responses to social identity threat
  • George Farnsworth (biology) - Assessing the prevalence and diversity of avian blood parasites in Costa Rica
  • Steven Frankel (philosophy) -French culture and politics:  a guide for students
  • Graley Herren (English) - The criminal minds of Beckett, Sebald, and Delillo
  • Ganesh Malla (mathematics and computer science) - An improved smooth isotonic regression estimator
  • Chris Manolis (marketing) - Research in the area of consumer behavior
  • Mack Mariani (Political Science and Sociology) - Rethinking the gender gap:  secular realignment, economic vulnerability and gender differences in voting, partisanship and ideology
  • Adekunle Okunoye (management information systems) - ICT and global climate change - assessing methodology for evaluating the carbon-reducing impacts of ICT in developing countries
  • John Sniegocki (theology) - food ethics and christian faith
  • Thomas Strunk (classics) - Tacitus and history after liberty
  • Stephen Yandell (English) - Getting medieval on the university
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  • 2011-2012
  • Thilini Ariyachandra (management information systems) - Attaining enterprise agility through business intelligence architecture success
  • Michelle Brady (philosophy) - Two articles considering the relation between John Locke's educational theory and his political theory
  • Daniel Dwyer (philosophy) - The genesis of concepts in perception
  • Tom Hayes (marketing) - Book:  You can there from here:  Marketing success stories in higher education
  • Natalia Jacovkis (modern languages) - Mapping the Latin American city:  Representations of urban space in contemporary Latin American narratives
  • Elizabeth Johnson (math/computer science) -Teaching algorithm and problem-solving through real world applications
  • Stafford Johnson (finance) - Investments:  Markets, strategies and applications with a guide to Bloomberg
  • Rebecca Luce (management & entrepreneurship) - Sustainability initiatives in business:  What are the predictors and outcomes?
  • Anas Malik (political science and sociology) - Polycentricity and political Islam:  A minarchist approach to Pakistan's constitutional design
  • Dena Morton (mathematics & computer science) - Multiplication groups for a family of Nim-like rays
  • Richard Mullins (chemistry) - Synthetic glycoconjugates for the detection of influenza and other pathogens
  • Chris Pramuk (theology) - Hope sings, so beautiful:  Graced encounters across the color line
  • Gregory Smith (management information systems) - Big bang generation:  An exploration of the design and outer limits of the data universe
  • Karim Tiro (history) - Bittersweet:  The place of sugar in American history from Christopher Columbus to Michael Bloomberg
  • Timothy White (political science & sociology) - Lessons from the northern Ireland peace process
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  • 2010-2011
  • Gillian Ahlgren (theology) - Francis and Clare:  The legacy
  • Max Buot (mathematics & computer science) - Multivariate parameter estimation via algebraic statistics
  • David Burns (marketing) - Consumption in a consumer culture: The role of consumer warfare
  • Silvia Carli (philosophy) - Two articles on Aristotle
  • Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco (modern languages) - Research in second language acquisition
  • Hasan Faruq (economics) - Research in second language acquisition
  • Elizabeth Groppe (theology) - Guarding the flame of the grandeur of God:  Christian life and practice in an era of ecological crisis
  • Jose Maria Mantero (modern languages) - Omar Cabezas and the discourse of liberation
  • Esmeralda Nastase (mathematics & computer science) - Partial t-spreads of vector spaces
  • Paul O'Hara (history) - Inventing the Pinkertons:  The Pinkerton National Detective Agency and the making of the Long Gilded Age, 1850-1937
  • Lifang Wu (management & entrepreneurship) - A quantitative study on supply cluster efficiency and competitiveness
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  • 2009-2010
  • Rashmi Assudani (management and entrepreneurship) - Workplace design:  The imperative role of physical environment in professional work settings
  • Brent Blair (biology) - Ecosystem impact of the invasive shrub Amur Honeysuckle (lonicara maackii) on forest remnants of southwestern Ohio
  • Mee-Shew Cheung (marketing) - The role of global supply chain management in enhancing the performance of bottom-of-the-pyramid ventures
  • Marco Fatuzzo (physics) - Cosmic-ray diffusion through giant molecular clouds:  Implications for star formation
  • Kelly Phelps (art) - Developing a renewed way of creating artwork
  • Ron Quinn (sports studies) - The application of Ignatian pedagogy to sports through the development of an integrated coaching and sports education model
  • Amy Whipple (history) - Ordinary People:  The Cultural Origins of Thatcherism in Britain, 1950-1979
  • David Yi (economics) - Determinants of fundraising efficiency of nonprofit organizations
  • 2008-2009
  • Shannon Byrne (classics) - Maecenas:  Politician, patron and legend
  • Rachel Chrastil (history) - Civilians under siege:  Strasbourg 1870
  • E. Paul Colella (philosophy) - Giambattista Vico, poetic imagery and the public sphere
  • Irene Compton (modern languages) - Oh, Du mein Österreich, oh, Du mein Heimatland.  Elfriede Jelineks Österreichbild
  • John Fairfield (history) - Movies and cities:  An historical relationship
  • Norman Finkelstein (English) - Book on renewed forms of spirituality and religious faith in the contemporary American long poem
  • Michael Goldweber (mathematics and computer science) - VDE educational materials
  • Robert Jefferson (history) - Caravan leader:  Ulysses Lee and the black aesthetic tradition, 1913-1969
  • Vishal Kashyap (marketing) - Compliance and value synchronization in interfirm relationships
  • Kara Northway (English) - The hand of craftsmen at work in early modern drama
  • Jamal Rashed (economics) - Competitiveness, investment and economic growth in transition countries:  An analysis
  • Michael Rimler (economics) - Partial collusion and product differentiation
  • Heidrun Schmitzer (physics) - Using nonlinear optics for imaging techniques
  • Ann Marie Tracey (accountancy) -  Systematic disparate treatment:  Is it a new vehicle for proving discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act?
  • 2007-2008
  • M. Christine Anderson (history) - Claiming American identities:  explorations in American culture and history
  • William Anyonge (biology) - Functional morphology of three species of extinct east African Miocene canivorans
  • George Farnsworth (biology) - Variability in extra-pair paternity in mockingbirds as a function of latitude
  • Edward Hahnenberg (theology) - When the church calls: toward an ecclesial understanding of vocation
  • Hem Raj Joshi (mathematics/computer science) - Effect of health care information distribution on the HIV epidemic
  • Sarah Melcher (theology) - An ethical approach to the prohibitions of Leviticus 18 and 20:  sexual intercourse, land, and inheritance in ancient Israel
  • David Mengel (history) - Emperor Charles IV (1346-1378) and local religion in medieval Prague
  • John Sniegocki (theology) - Catholic social teaching and global justice
  • Joseph Wagner (mathematics/computer science) - Instructional practices that promote inquiry and dialogue in an advanced mathematics classroom
  • Carol Winkelmann (English) - The language of Buddhist nuns in the Indian Himalayas
  • 2006-2007
  • Tongdong Bai (philosophy) - A philosophical commentary of the analects and investigations of other issues in early Chinese political philosophy
  • Jennifer Beste (theology) - Children, sin and moral agency in the Catholic tradition
  • Suzanne Chouteau (art) - Genocide/Generation
  • Craig Davis (chemistry) - Synthesis of novel oxygen-activating nickel (II) complexes
  • Cynthia Geer (education) - Examination of professional development models and evaluation techniques in science education and technology
  • Thomas Hayes (marketing) - Marketing colleges and universities: A multi-book proposal
  • Timothy Kloppenborg (management/entrepreneurship) - Contemporary project management:  Initiating, planning and executing successful projects
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  • Felicia Kruse (philosophy) - Two articles in aesthetics
  • W. Michael Nelson (psychology) - Keeping your cool:  The anger management workbook series
  • Adekunle Okynoye (management information systems) - Diffusion of IT innovations and service provision:  Examination of banking sector
  • Karim Tiro (history) - A history of the pig in America, with especial reference to the city of Cincinnati, otherwise known as "Porkopolis"
  • 2005-2006
  • Elizabeth Groppe (theology) - The Holy Spirit and the Christian-Jewish Schism
  • Graley Herren English) - Specters & Spectators:  The Film and Television Work of Samuel Beckett
  • Dena Morton (mathematics and computer science) - Lectures in Topology
  • Daniel Otero (mathematics and computer science) - Calculus from a Historical Perspective
  • Amit Sen (economics and human resources) - An Examination of the Relationship Between the Male and Female Unemployment Rates: Evidence from OECD Countries
  • Jonathan Tan (theology) - Introducing Asian American Theologies
  • Trudelle Thomas (English) - Children's Spirituality: Text and Image
  • 2004-2005
  • Marco Fatuzzo (physics) - fall 2004 - Two studies in theoretical astrophysics:  Cosmic-ray production in supernova remnants and estimating the fraction of solar systems with habitable planets
  • Norman Finkelstein (English) - fall 2004 - "Eden, glossolalia of light":  The problematic of the spirit in the contemporary american long poem
  • C. Walker Gollar (theology) - Self-help and solidarity in Cincinnati's antebellum Union Baptist Church
  • Mark Sena (information systems) - Business intelligence:  A survey of current practices and framework for achievement of benefits
  • Jodi Wyett (English) - fall 2004 - Reading women:  The 'Female Novel" and the woman reader, 1752-1818
  • 2003-2004
  • Michael Goldweber (mathematics and computer science) - spring 2004 - µMPS
  • Sherrie Human (management and entrepreneurship) - spring 2004 - Entrepreneurial process and characteristics:  A comparison of independent, corporate and incubator entrepreneurial contexts
  • David Knutson (modern languages) - spring 2004 - Worlds apart:  Images of rich and poor in the 20th century Spanish novel
  • Richard Polt (philosophy) - spring 2004 - The emergency of being:  On Heidegger's contributions to philosophy
  • 2002-2003
  • Steve Herbert (physics) - spring 2003 - Fabrication and Measurement of Three-Dimensional Superconducting Josephson Junction Arrays
  • Martin McDowell (heath services administration) - fall 2002 - Investigation of Factors Useful in Accurate prediction of Prostate    Cancer Risk Based on Screening Tests and Risk Factor Modeling
  • Dennis O'Reilly (accountancy) - fall 2002 - The Effects of Contingency Fee Arrangements on Accountant's    Litigation Support Judgments
  • *Geraldo Sousa (English) - spring 2003 - Habitual Pleasure: Shakespeare and the Art of Living
  • Michael Sweeney (philosophy) - spring 2003 - Augustine and Aquinas on the Public Exercise of Philosophy: The    Politics of Contemplation
  • Debbie Tesch (information systems) - fall 2002 - Modeling Information Technology (IT) Project Management
  • Implementation Discrepancies: Perceptions from Project Managers, IT   Professional, and End Users
  • 2001-2002
  • Melanie Blackwell (economics and human resources) - fall 2001 - A Visiting Expert Partnership with the Food and Agricultural    Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
  • Priscilla O'Clock (accounting and information systems) - fall 2001 - Management Control and Incentive Systems: An Exploratory Study of   the Impact of Cultural Differences
  • Camille Schuster (marketing) - fall 2001 - Doing Business Using a Consumer-Centered Paradigm
  • Kathleen Smythe (history) - spring 2002 - Fipa Families: Missionary Schooling and Social Reproduction in    Nkansi, Ufipa, 1880-1960
  • 2000-2001
  • Kathleen Hart (psychology) - academic year - Assessment of Juvenile Competence to Stand Trial
  • Gary Lewandowski (mathematics and computer science) - academic year - Visiting Scholar at Hope College
  • Frank Oppenheim, S.J. (philosophy) - fall 2000 - Royce's Relations with Peirce, James and Dewey
  • Kenneth Overberg, S.J. (theology) - spring 2001 - The Mystery of God and Suffering
  • Jamal Rashed (economics and human resources) - spring 2001 - The Impact of Multinational Corporations on Capital-Rich, Labor-Poor Economies and the New Determinants of Foreign Direct Investments
  • Jack Reamy (health services administration) - fall 2000 - Physician Workforce Reforms in Lithuania: A Period of Rapid Transition
  • Raghu Tadepalli (marketing) - fall 2000 - Supervisory Antecedents to the Customer Orientation, Job Satisfaction, and Performance of American and Mexican Salespeople: A Cross-Cultural Analysis
  • Timothy White (political science and sociology) - fall 2000 - Colonialism and Beyond: Politics in the Irish Republic
  • Carol Winkelmann (English) - fall 2000 - The Language of Suffering: an Ethnolinguistic Perspective on Battered   Women, Religion and Abuse
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  • 2014
  • Supaporn Kradtap (chemistry) - Development of a simple method for quantitative analysis or urinary creatinine by Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) using digital image analysis
  • Mina Lee (management & entrepreneurship) - A study on spinoff survival:  Will a spinoff from unsuccessful parents survive better?
  • Martin Madar (theology) - An article which will investigate the contribution of Joseph A. Komonchak
    (1939 - ) to the interpretation of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965)
  • Lisa Ottum (English) - "Affect and ecology in the nineteenth century"
  • Kristen Renzi (English) - Breaches of archival promise:  The literary-discursive challenges of reading sex crimes and female sexuality in the 19th century
  • Renee Zucchero (psychology) - The effect of service-learning on undergraduate psychology students
  • 2013
  • Jennifer Gibson (psychology) -  Evaluating the effectiveness of a social and emotional learning curriculum in a Montessori school setting
  • Gabe Gottlieb (philosophy) - A defense of human rights
  • Greg Lubiani (health services administration) - Effect of multiple pollution interactions on population health and productivity
  • Thomas Strunk (classics & modern languages) - Tacitus and the conflict of roman values:  Pax, Otium, and Gloria
     
  • 2012
  • Timothy Brownlee (philosophy) - Recognition and selfhood in Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit
  • Blis DeVault (communication arts) - The sanctity of sanctuary, Paul Strauss and the "Equinox Farm"
  • Dalia Diab (psychology) - Being philanthropic or going green?  Corporate social responsibility and organization attraction
  • Anna Miller (theology) - Corinthian democracy:  first-century Ekklesia discourse and I Corinthians
  • Maureen Mullinax (Political Science and Sociology) - Cultural activism in the rural south:  social movement roots of contemporary community-based arts practice
  • James Wood (philosophy) - The Philebus:  Plato's examination of the good

    2011
  • Gabe Gottlieb (philosophy) - World, Body, Normativity:  Understanading Fichte's Foundations of Natural Right
  • Graley Herren (English) - An invited lecture at the University of Oxford on Samuel Beckett's Shakespearean debts
  • Kristine Johnson (English) - Ad Perfectum Eloquentiam:  A history of Jesuit Rhetorical education
  • Ganesh Malla (mathematics/computer science) - A smoothed version of a new isotonic regression estimator
  • Rebecca Munich (classics) - Andromache's lament in the lliad
  • Niamh O'Leary (English) - Professional alliances:  Whores, petty criminals, and other working women
  • Richard Polt (philosophy) - On the essence and concepts of nature, history, and state
  • Kristine Suna-Koro (theology) - Dissertation to book
  • Bin Yu (political science/sociology) - The impacts of civil society activities on social stability in China:  A comparative case analysis of Guizhou and Sichuan
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  • 2010
  • Rachel Chrastil (history) - Civilization under siege:  War and violence in Strasbourg, 1870
  • Blis Devault (communication arts) - The sanity of sanctuary, Paul Straus and the "Equinox Farm"
  • Hem Raj Joshi (mathematics and computer science) - Mathematically modeling HIV treatment using optimal control theory
  • Morten Kristiansen (music) - Richard Strauss and German impressionism
  • Anas Malik (political science and sociology) - Book:  Minarchist Political Islam:  Pakistani Ideals and Realities
  • Richard Polt (philosophy) - Traumatic empiricism
  • Eleni Tsalla (philosophy) - Plato on religion as an affair of the Polis
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  • 2009
  • Dennis Frost (history) - The other games:  Paralympic sports and disability in modern Japan
  • Natalia Jacovkis (modern languages) - The flaneur in a globalized city:  La virgen de los sicarios, by Fernando Vallejo
  • Margaret Martin (ESL) - Examining teacher and student attitudes toward western cultural content in reading materials in Sri Lankan English classrooms
  • Cathy McDaniels-Wilson (psychology) - The extensive sexual violation and sexual abuse histories of incarcerated women - twelve year follow-up
  • Christopher Pramuk (theology) - Say hello and goodbye:  Meditations on pregnancy, miscarriage, and infant loss
  • Nicholas Salsman (psychology) - Dialectical behavior therapy for borderline personal disorder:  A case study
  • Thomas Strunk (classics) - Against the Principate:  Libertas and the political thought of Tacitus
  • Lifang Wu (management and entrepreneurship) - A study on supply chain behaviors of industrial clusters
  • 2008
  • Jennifer Beste (theology) - Second graders' experiences of the sacrament of reconciliation
  • Tina Davlin-Pater (sports studies) - Perceptual style, visual input and balance performance
  • Elizabeth Groppe (theology) - Eating:  A volume for the Constructive Theology Workgroup's "Everyday Practices" series
  • Huizhen (Jean) Guo (mathematics/computer science) - Quantile estimation and quantile comparison for gamma distributions
  • Mack Mariani (political science and sociology) - The pipeline:  Female state legislators and patterns of congressional advancement
  • Paul O'Hara (history) - The very model of modern urban decay:  Race and dystopia
  • Nicholas Salsman (psychology) - Borderline personality disorder, emotion regulation and emotional intensity:  A multi-site study
  • Kathleen Smythe (history) - Development?  A post-colonial history of Ufipa
  • Aaron Szymkowiak (philosophy) - The misery of vice:  Malthus and the morality of "preventive" checks on population
  • 2007
  • Rashmi Assudani (management and entrepreneurship) - Factors that have a potential to moderate ?distance? ? implications for geographically distributed work
  • Vishal Kashyap (marketing) - Developing salesforce relationalism:  the role of distributive and procedural justice
  • Thomas Knestrict (education) - ?A trip to Holland?? investigating coping strategies over time of parents of children with disabilities
  • Dena Morton (mathematics/computer science) - The algebra of a colorful word
  • Zak Sitter (English) - The aesthetics of orientalism in nineteenth-century Britain
  • Amy Whipple (history) -  ?Ordinary People?:  The Cultural Origins of Thatcherism in Britain, 1964-1979
  • David Yi (economics) - Managerial incentives and charity efficiency
  • 2006
  • William Anyonge (biology) - Paleobiology of the east and south African MiocenePleistocene carnivoran guild:  an investigation of body mass, cranial and post cranial morphology as indicators of locomotor and dietary behavior
  • Hem Raj Joshi (mathematics & computer science) - Optimal harvesting in a fishery model
  • Marsha Karagheusian (art) - The drawing, painting and sculpting of the human form
  • Vishal Kashyap (marketing) - Measuring distributive justice in an inter-organizational setting
  • José María Mantero (modern languages) - Visualizing the myth:  Omar Cabezas and the creation of the new Nicaragua
  • David Mengel (history) - Travel, research, and writing necessary to complete a draft of a book
  • Tara Michels (communication arts) - Buzz marketing
  • 2005
  • Daniel Dwyer (philosophy) ? first year - Preconceptual Content in Perception Husserl and McDowell 
  • Christian End (psychology) ? first year - Reaction to social identity threat: A study of sports fans' public reactions after their preferred team experiences loss 
  • Anna Ghee (psychology) - Emotional Intelligence and Peer Group Influence as Predictors of Risky Alcohol Use within College Students
  • Vishal Kashyap (marketing) ? first year - The Linkages between Governance, Justice and Outcomes in Marketing Channels of Distribution 
  • Brendan LaRocque (history) - Travel India to conduct archival research 
  • Morell Mullins (psychology) - Reactions to Hiring Measures as a Function of Response Scales: Fairness, Face Validity, and Perceived Performance 
  • Richard Mullins (chemistry) ? first year - Medicinal Chemistry of Kalkotoxin, a Secondary Metabolite of Lyngbya Majuscula 
  • Kara Northway (English) ? first year - 'Goodly speeches': The Hand of Craftsmen in the Political Poetry of Renaissance Pageants 
  • John Sniegocki (theology) ? first year - Catholic Social Teaching and Global Justice 
  •  Aaron Szymkowiak philosophy) - Francis Hutcheson's Painless Imagination and the Relationships between Beauty and Morality 
  •  Karim Tiro (history) - France and the Oneida Indian Nation, 1785-1820 
  •  Holly Toensing (theology) - Home is Where the Heart Is 
  •  Stephen Yandell (English) - Political Prophecy in Medieval Wales
  • 2004
  • Gillian Ahlgren (theology) - The ontology of intimacy
  • Michelle Brady (philosophy) - The rhetoric of Locke's moral education
  • Shannon Byrne (classics) - Hesiot, Pheidias, Athena Parthenos, and Pandora
  • Tina Davlin (education) - The relationship between perceptual style and balance ability
  • Robert Jefferson (history) - Delivering for the race:  African Americans and the Chicago Post Office, 1928-1950
  • Mark Nagy (psychology) - The analysis of a job satisfaction survey given to participants working for the Veterans Health Administration
  • Heidrun Schmitzer (physics) - Spin transfer form light to birefringent particles in the mode field of an optical single mode fiber
  • Amit Sen (economics and human resources) - The time series properties of medical net discount rates
  • Jonathan Tan (theology) - Introducing Asian-American theologies
  • 2004-- First-year Faculty
  • Tongdong Bai (philosophy) - Bohr's and Pauli's philosophy of physics
  • Jennifer Beste (theology) - A defense of 'Women's Experience' as source and norm for feminist theology
  • Mary Conway Dato-on (marketing) - A cross-cultural study of self-serving bias in customer co-production
  • George Farnsworth (biology) - Optimal foraging strategies and numerical competence in untrained chickadees
  • Christina Fisanick (English) - The embodied pedagogue:  Teaching and writing with the body
  • Steven Frankel (philosophy) - The dialogue between philosophy and religion in Spinoza's "Tracatus Theologico Politicus"
  • Hem Raj Joshi (mathematics/computer science) - Optimal harvesting in an integro-difference population model with Beverton-Holt growth
  • David Mengel (history) - Travel to Prague, research and writing
  • Adekunle Okunoye (information systems) - Innovation and process improvements in higher education administration and management:  An examination of STARS project -- ERP implementation at Xavier University
  • Ann Marie Tracey (accountancy) - The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002:  Is it effective and ethical?
  • 2003
  • George Harrison (classics) - Cisterns of Roman Crete
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  • Graley Herren (English) - Samuel Beckett's radio plays
  • 2003-- First-year Faculty
  • Paul Cichello (economics and human resources) - The changing face of poverty in the new South Africa
  • Jason Franz (art) - The live model as source and subject for contemporary drawing and painting in an intensive studio production of new works
  • Thomas Merrill (music) - New choral music:  Compositions for the cambiata ensemble
  • Amit Sen (economics and human resources) - Assessing the performance of some new unit root tests designed for the trend-break stationary alternative
  • Tracy Yin (nursing) - Promoting student nurse success on national licensure examinations
  • 2002
  • Alan Baker (philosophy) - Criteria for Scientific Theory Choice in a Complex World
  • Jack Barrett (psychology) - Quality of Life of Elderly Spinal Cord Injury Survivors
  • Marco Fatuzzo (physics) - A Theoretical Investigation of the Unique Star Population at the   Galactic Center
  • Dena Morton (mathematics and computer science) - The Morava K-theory of the Spectrum bo
  • Doug Olberding (education) - Understanding strategic management in U.S. Olympic sport    organizations: Does planning matter?
  • Daneilla Sarnoff (history) - Women in French Fascism, 1919-1939
  • Charles Snodgrass (English) - Scottish Romanticism: National Identity and the Novel in Blackwood's   Circle
  • Jodi Wyett (English) - "Quixotic Characters: Charlotte Lennox's The Female Quixote (1752)    and the Eighteenth-Century Woman Reader"
  • 2001
  • Michelle Brady (philosophy) - Mind Over Matter: The Will and the Passions in Descartes
  • Norman Finkelstein (English) - Hineni: Volume Two of Track
  • Susan Kenford (psychology) - Are we all the same? An exploration of potential ethnic differences in    smoking cessation outcome.  The state of graduate training in addictive disorders and substance abuse treatment.
  • Hema Krishnan (management) - Exploring the Relationship between Price Paid and Subsequent Work    Force Reduction in Major Related Acquisitions: An Agency Theory Perspective
  • *Sarah Melcher (theology) - Scripture in Emancipatory Perspectives
  • Randall Patnode (communication arts) - Heralding Radio: The Social Construction of Broadcasting From 1922 to 1927
  • Susan Shapiro (classics) - Historical essay to accompany Commentary on Cicero's Second,    Third, and Fourth Catilinarian Orations
  • Geraldo U. de Sousa (English) - The Phenomenology of Home in Othello and The Merchant Venice
  • 2000
  • Graley Herren (English) - Ghosts in the Machine: A Study of Samuel Beckett's Plays for Television
  • Hema Krishnan (management and entrepreneurship) - Measuring Uniqueness in Complementary Acquisitions and Examining  its Implications for Post-Acquisition Performance
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