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Performance Newsletter - Volume 6, Issue 4

Professional Presentations

Kevin Aho, College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, "Rethinking the Psychopathology of Depression: Existentialism, Buddhism, and the Aims of Philosophical Counseling", American Philosophical Association, American Society for Philosophy, Counseling, and Psychotherapy, Baltimore, Maryland, Maryland, December 27-30.

Mesloh Charlie, Ph. D., College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "A Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Conductive Energy Weapons: TASER X26 vs. Stinger 200", Less Lethal Weapon Technical Working Group, National Institute of Justice, Seattle, Washington, Washington, December 1-2.

BOB DIOTALEVI, JD, Dr. Lyn Millner, College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "MEDIA AND ETHICS", Gulf Coast Live, WGCU Radio, Fort Myers, FL, FL, December 11.

Peg Gray-Vickrey, Laurie Coventry-Payne and Mary Ann Zager, Provost's Office, "Using the QEP to Solve Real Problems: A Service-Learning Partnership to Develop a Green City", 2007 Annual Meeting of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, SACS-COC, New Orleans, LA, LA, December 10.

Douglas Harrison, PhD, College of Arts & Sciences, Dean's Office, "Jonathan Edwards and Crisis Theology in Contemporary Evangelicalism", 2007 Modern Language Association annual conference, MLA, Chicago, IL, IL, December 26-30.

Scott Karakas, PhD, Elizabeth Heath, Lisa Courcier, College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, "Lessons From the Ether: Using Technology to Facilitate Learning in a Large-Enrollment Online Introduction to the Visual and Performing Arts (electronic submission)", International E-Learning Symposium, Knowledge Design Forum, Melbourne, Australia, December 9-11.

Susan Kohler, M.Ed. Counseling & M.Ed. Special Ed, N/A, College of Education, Dean's Office, "Inciting a Riot for Reading using Dynamic Reading Strategies", FASCD (Florida Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development), ASCD, Orlando , FL, FL, November 30-December 2.

David Lounbury, Ph.D., College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "Tricks of the Trade for Crime Scene Processing", Korean National Crime Scene Investigator's In-Service Training Seminar, Republic of Korea, National Police Division of Scientific Research, Seoul, Korea, November 30.

David Lounsbury, Ph.D., College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "Protocol at the Death Scene", 5th Annual Korean National Police Forensic Conference, Republic of Korea, National Police Agency, Seoul, Korea, November 29.

Melih Madanoglu, Ph.D., Ersem Karadag, College of Professional Studies, Resort and Hospitality Management , "Private Equity and Lodging Firm Stock Values: Beauty in the Eyes of Beholder?", Twentieth Association of Hospitality Financial Management Educators (AHFME) Symposium, New York, AHFME, New York, NY, NY, November 10.

Charlie Mesloh, Ph. D., Komaal Collie, College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "Evaluation of Infrared Strobe Technology", Personal Protective Equipment Technical Working Group, National Institute of Justice, Albuquerque, New Mexico, New Mexico, December 11-12.

Charlie Mesloh, Ph. D., College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "Human Injuries and Less Lethal Weapons Deployments: A Five Year Analysis", Less Lethal Weapon Technical Working Group, National Institute of Justice, Seattle, Washington, Washington, December 1-2.

Charlie Mesloh, Ph. D., Komaal Collie, College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "Evaluation of Chemical and Electric Flares", Personal Protective Equipment Technical Working Group, National Institute of Justice, Albuquerque, New Mexico, New Mexico, December 11-12.

Pamella Seay, JD, LLM, College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "Legal Ethics and the Non-Lawyer: Exploring How the Rules Extend to Non-Lawyer Employees, Experts and Others", Litigating Land Use, CLE International, Tampa, FL, FL, December 3.

Pamella Seay, JD, LLM, College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "Ethics in the Event of a Disaster", Lunchtime Learning: Recent Developments in Estate Planning, US Bank, Fort Myers, FL, FL, December 6.

Halcyon St. Hill, Scott Karakas, Ph.D., & Kamla Kay-MacKenzie, B.S., College of Health Professions, Dean's Office, "Strategic Model for Revitalizing General Education: Shared Governance ", SACS-COC, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, New Orleans, Louisiana, Louisiana, December 8-11.

Dean Stansel, Ph.D., Economics, Mushfiq Swaleheen, College of Business, Finance and Accounting, "Government Spending and Economic Growth in U.S. Metropolitan Areas", 77th Annual Conference, Southern Economic Association, New Orleans, November 18-21.

David Thurmaier, Ph.D., College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, College Music Society National Conference, College Music Society, Salt Lake City, UT, UT, November 16.

Mary Wisnom, Ph.D., College of Professional Studies, Resort and Hospitality Management , "Spa Managment 101", Resort and Commercial Recreation Association Annual Conference, Resort and Commercial Recreation Association, Nassau, Bahamas, November 5.

Janusz Zalewski, PhD, Andrew Kornecki, Henry Pfister, College of Business, Computer Information Systems and Decision Sciences, "Numerical Assessment of Software Development Tools in Real-Time Safety-Critical Systems Using Bayesian Belief Networks", International Multiconference on Computer Science and Information Technology, Polish Information Processing Society and IEEE Computer Society, Wisla, Poland, November 6-10.

Publications

john cox, Ph.D., History, Edited by Cora Granata and Cheryl Koos, College of Arts & Sciences, Social and Behavioral Scieneces, "Book chapter: “Herbert Baum: Jewish Resistance to the Nazi Dictatorship” ", The Human Tradition in Modern Europe, 1750 to the Present, pp. 157-171.

Lisa Crayton, PhD, College of Education, Undergraduate Studies, "Abandoning Ship: Finding Myself as a Teacher", Florida Educational Leadership, Fall 2007, pp. 33-34.

Nicola Foote, PhD, College of Arts & Sciences, Social and Behavioral Scieneces, "Review of Gendered Paradoxes: Women's Movements, State Restructuring and Global Development in Ecuador", Bulletin of Latin American Research, Vol. 26 Issue 2, pp. 305-307.

Nicola Foote, PhD, College of Arts & Sciences, Social and Behavioral Scieneces, "Review of Being and Blackness in Latin America", Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. 39 Issue 03, pp. 687-9.

Debra Giambo, Ph.D., Tunde Szecsi, Ph.D., College of Education, Graduate Studies, "Does Diversity Education Make a Difference in Teacher Education?", Practice and Theory in Systems of Education, biannually 2007, pp. 35-50.

Patricia Gordin, Ph.D. Curriculum & Instruction, College of Education, Dean's Office, "A Review of: “An Administrator's Guide to Online Education", Community College Journal of Research and Practice, Monthly 2008, pp. 56-59.