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Performance Newsletter - Volume 7, Issue 11

Awards or Recognitions

Michael Gulnac, Tony Rodriguez, Tim Kenney, Richard Chin Quee, Sheri Coleman, WGCU-TV, "Telly Award, Bronze, Untold Stories: Immokalee II", Telly Awards, July 1.

Barbara Linstrom, Shawn Holiday, Kristy Vaughn, Janina Birtolo, Tim Kenney, Mike Gulnac, Tony Rodriguez, Brian Price, WGCU-TV, "Telly Award, Bronze for Connect! Feeding the Hungry", Telly Awards, July 1.

Book Publication

John Cox, B.A., Social and Behavioral Sciences, "Circles of Resistance: Jewish, Leftist, and Youth Dissidence in Nazi Germany", Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., New York, NY, pp. 214.

Professional Presentations

John Cox, College of Arts and Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences, B.A., "Did They Fight Back? Jewish Resistance, Resilience, and Survival Strategies during the Holocaust", Eighth Annual Martin and Doris Rosen Summer Symposium: Remembering the Holocaust: A Summer Symposium for Educators and the Community, Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies, Boone, NC, July 23.

John Cox, Social and Behavioral Sciences, B.A., "The Legacy of the Holocaust for Today", Eighth Annual Martin and Doris Rosen Summer Symposium: Remembering the Holocaust: A Summer Symposium for Educators and the Community, Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies, Boone, NC, July 24.

Shawn Felton, Tim Desmarteau, College of Health Professions, Physical Therapy & Human Performance, "Hyperextended Knee in A Collegiate Football Quarterback", NATA Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, N/A, San Antonio, TX, June 18.

Harvey Heckes, College of Professional Studies, Social Work, MSW, "Dimensions of Role Playing ", 2009 Annual Social Work Conference , NASW Florida Chapter , Orlando, Florida , June 2.

Lewis Johnson, Environmental Health and Safety, Master of Science Industrial Health, "Measurement of Lighting Levels in a Public University", 56th Annual Conference, Campus Safety, Health and Environmental Management, New Orleans, LA, July 11-15.

Lewis Johnson, Environmental Health and Safety, Master of Science Industrial Health, "Benefits of Remaining a Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator", 56th Annual Conference, Campus Safety, Health and Environmental Management, New Orleans, LA, July 11-15.

Russell Sabella, Madelyn Isaacs, Ph.D. , College of Education, College of Education Dean's Office, Ph.D., "Using Technologies to Reacha nd Teach Stakeholders", American School Counselor Association, American School Counselor Association, Dallas, TX, June 30.

Russell Sabella, College of Education, College of Education Dean's Office, Ph.D., "Guarding Kids Aagainst High-tech Trouble ", American School Counselor Association, American School Counselor Association, Dallas, TX, June 29.

Publications

John Cox, Social and Behavioral Sciences, B.A., "Book review of Ben Kiernan, 'Blood and Soil: A World History of Genocide and Extermination from Sparta to Darfur'", H-German Discussion Network, pp. n/a.

Michael Fauerbach, Scott Marks, College of Arts and Sciences, Marine and Ecological Sciences, Ph.D., "LIGHTCURVE ANALYSIS OF 566 STEREOSKOPIA AND 823 SISIGAMBIS", Minor Planet Bulletin, Quarterly , pp. 96-97.

Douglas Harrison, College of Arts and Sciences, Language and Literature, PhD, "Southern Gospel Sissies: Evangelical Music, Queer Spirituality, and the Plays of Del Shores", The Journal of Men, Masculinities, and Spirituality , Vol. 3 Issue 2, pp. 123-141.

Johnny McGaha, Amanda Evans, Ed.D., MSW, College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies , Ph.D, "Where Are the Victims? The Crediblity Gap in Human Trafficking Research", Intercultural Human Rights Law Review, Vol. Vol.4 Issue 2008 - 2009 (published annually), pp. 239-266.

Anne Nolan, Carol Lawrence, College of Health Professions, Nursing, PhD, "A pilot study of a nursing intervention protocol to minimize maternal-infant separation after Cesarean birth", Jouranl of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing (JOGNN), Vol. 38 Issue (4), pp. 430-442.