Accomplishments - January, 2018
Junghwa Lee, School of Music, has been invited to present her research on "Teacher's Temperament and Student Success" at the Korean Association of Piano Pedagogy Conference in Seoul, Korea in May 2018. Lee also is invited to present a lecture recital presenting "Albeniz's Iberia Book III" at the Piano Literature Research Society in Seoul, Korea in June.
Cinzia Padovani, Radio, Television, and Digital Media, chaired the panel “The Ultra-right Media and Communication: the European and North American Experience in Comparison” recently at the National Communication Association conference in Dallas, Texas. She also presented her paper “The Ultra-Right and Mainstream Media: A Comparative Analysis” as a part of the panel in November.
A paper by four faculty in the School of Applied Sciences is accepted for the Association for University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) summer conference in June in Philadelphia, Pa. Sandra Collins, Thomas Shaw and Jessica Cataldo, Health Care Management, and Richard McKinnies, Radiologic Science, co-authored “Transforming Health Care Management Education Through the Use of Inter-Professional Education in the Classroom.”
Mark Wagner, Center for Archaeological Investigations, will present a lecture later this month at the Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site in Collinsville on Jan. 28. Wagner will present “Bound to the Western Waters: Searching for Lewis and Clark at Fort Kaskaskia, Illinois.” The Winter Lecture Series program begins at 2 p.m.
A garment by Judy Huyck, Fashion Design and Merchandising, will be featured in the June/July 2018 Threads Magazine issue. Her work was selected as one of 15 finalists for the Threads Magazine Design Challenge 2017 and voted “Audience Choice” winner at the Association of Sewing and Design Professionals National Conference last fall.
Kristen Barber, Sociology, provided some insight from her research on men’s hair salons in a Dec. 7 article in the New York Times’ Men’s Style section on men with unruly hairstyles in “What’s the Deal With That Guy’s Fluffy Hair?”
Cindy Buys, School of Law, participated in a forum hosted by the New York Times Dec. 14 in West Frankfort. The series, “The Times in Person” profiles issues that communities throughout the country are facing. A portion of the roundtable discussion focused on immigration.