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Performance Newsletter - Volume 9, Issue 4

Awards or Recognitions

Bradley K. Hobbs, Ph.D., Economics, Lutgert College of Business, Economics and Finance, "Membership ", Mont Pelerin Society, October 14.

Kristoph-Dietrich Kinzli, Ph.D., Lutgert College of Business, School of Engineering, "Selected as Associate Editor", Irrigation and Drainage - Managing Water for Sustainable Agriculture, November 1., November 1.

Book Publication

Peter Reuter, MD, PhD, Health Sciences , "Medical Dictionary/Groot medisch vertaalwoordenboek English-Dutch/Dutch-English (2 volumes)", Bohn Stafleu van Loghum, Houten, The Netherlands, pp. 1460.

Charles Xiaoxue Wang, Dongyuan Cheng, Yongqian Liu, Ph.D. , College of Education, Curriculum and Instruction, "Educational Technology: A Definition with Commentary (Translated book in Chinese)", Beijing University Press, Beijing, P.R. China, pp. 259.

Grant Awards

Walter Rodriguez, PhD, Lutgert College of Business, Information Systems and Operations Management, $12,000, MedCerts, Deaf and Hard Hearing Program Support and Administration, January 1-December 31.

Professional Presentations

Jason Bahr, D.M., College of Arts and Sciences, Bower School of Music, "World Premiere of O sacrum convivium, a work for choir", College Music Society National Conference, College Music Society, Minneapolis, MN, September 24.

Jason Bahr, D.M., College of Arts and Sciences, Bower School of Music, "performance of Starkvaros Prelude for solo piano", College Music Society National Conference, College Music Society, Minneapolis, MN, September 25.

Jason Bahr, D.M., College of Arts and Sciences, Bower School of Music, "performance of my orchestral work Ad astra per aspera by the Central Ohio Symphony", Central Ohio Symphony, Central Ohio Symphony, Delaware, OH, October 16.

Michael Baron, DMA, College of Arts and Sciences, Bower School of Music, "Piano Masterclasses", Masterclasses sponsored by Seoul Piano Teachers Association and Deagu School of the Arts, Korea Piano Teachers Association, Seoul and Deagu, South Korea, December 16-20.

Mark Bradshaw Busbee, Language and Literature, College of Arts and Sciences, Thirty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Medieval Association , Virginia Tech, Roanoke, Virginia, Virginia, November 19.

Keiana Desmore, M.A., Olivia Hung-Simons, College of Education Advising, MS; Christina Jordan, College of Professional Studies Advising, MSW, College of Education, College of Education Dean's Office, "Advisor Burnout: Do Advisors with Higher Student Loads Feel More Stress?", Academic Advising: The Fast Pass to Student Success, NACADA 34th Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida, October 3-6.

Bradley K. Hobbs, Ph.D., Economics, Stephen F. Gohmann and Myra McCrickard, Lutgert College of Business, Economics and Finance, "Productive versus Unproductive Entrepreneurship: Industry Formation and State Economic Growth", Southern Economics Association, None, Atlanta, Georgia, November 20-22.

Kristoph-Dietrich Kinzli, Ph.D., Lutgert College of Business, School of Engineering, "Using an Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler to Determine Surface and Groundwater Interactions", Southwest Florida Water Resources Conference, AWRA, Fort Myers, November 19.

Publications

Tunde Szecsi, Carolyn Spillman, Elia Vazquez-Montilla, Sally C. Mayberry, College of Education, College of Education Dean's Office, "Transforming teacher cultural landscape by reflecting on multicultural literature", Multicultural Education, Quarterly , pp. 44-48.