2016-2017


Art

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Lynda Bostrom, an M.F.A. student in the School of Art, Design, and Art History was commissioned to paint a mural for American fashion designer, Steven Alan. The outdoor mural adorns the storefront of Steven Alan’s shop in The Shay building, located in Washington, D. C. The Steven Alan Journal post and photography layout featuring Lynda, including pictures of the mural in progress, can be found at http://blog.stevenalan.com/the-artist-series-lynda-bostrom


Assessment & Measurement

Herb Amato, Nicholas Curtis, and Chris Orem presented their project Quality assurance at James Madison University: Institutional research and outcomes assessment to the Kosovar Minister of Education and public university presidents, Fall 2016.


M. K. Erbacher and Thai Ong presented a paper entitled Three is a crowd! Comparing five group difference methods for small samples. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Northeastern Educational Research Association in Trumbull, CT, October 2016.


Kelly Foelber, Heather Harris, and Elisabeth Pyburn presented their paper Comparing missing data methods in the context of propensity score matching: A simulation at the annual conference of the Northeastern Educational Research Association in Trumbull, CT, October 2016.


Kelly Foelber and Derek Sauder presented the workshop Simulations in psychometrics: An introductory workshop at the Center for Assessment and Research Studies, James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA, September 2016.


Heather Harris and faculty member Jeanne Horst presented a pre-conference workshop entitled Propensity score analysis at the Northeastern Educational Research Association annual conference in Trumbull, CT, October 2016.


O. Pierrakos, Nicholas Curtis, and Robin Anderson presented their work entitled How salient is the identity of engineering students? at the IEEE Frontiers in Education conference in Erie, PA, October 2016.


Elisabeth Pyburn and faculty member Deborah Bandalos presented a poster entitled Item wording matters: How three attitudinal item characteristics affect item intercepts, loadings, and response times at the annual meeting of the Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology in Richmond, VA, October 2016.


Elisabeth Pyburn and faculty member DeborahBandalos presented a workshop entitled Item construction at the annual conference of the Northeastern Educational Research Association in Trumbull, CT, October 2016.


Derek Sauder, Kelly Foelber, Jessica Jacovidis, and faculty member Dena Pastor had their article Utilizing technology in data collection selected for publication in AAHLE Intersection, 7-9, August 2016.


Courtney Sanders, Nicholas Curtis, and S. Strickman presented their paper Meta-assessment: Improving the quality of assessment in higher education at the annual meeting of the Northeastern Educational Research Association in Trumbull, CT, October 2016.


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Kristen L. Smith received The Graduate School Innovation Award for her outstanding work. Dr. Keston H. Fulcher serves as her advisor.


Biology

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Phoebe Cook received the prestigious and highly competitive Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation. She will be pursuing a Ph.D. in the University of Virginia's Ecology & Evolution Program, working at the UVA Mountain Lake Biological Station where she first met JMU's faculty member Idelle Cook.


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Elizabeth Rogers and Stephanie Sharpes (pictured above) presented their poster entitled The Antibacterial and Biofilm Disruption Activity of Novel Tris-Cationic Amphiphiles at the ASM Conference on Antimicrobial Development in Washington DC, December 2016.


Jessie Mandirola and faculty mentor Patrice Ludwig presented their poster entitled Oyster Restoration Using Artificial Substrates at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Conference in Boston, Massachusetts, and at the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, February 2017. Addtionally, they will do an oral presentation entitled Oyster Reef Restoration Utilizing Artificial Substrates: Implications for Mitigating Oyster Decline in the Chesapeake Bay at the Association of Southeastern Biologists Conference in Montgomery, Alabama, March 2017.


Jon Studio and faculty mentor Christine May presented their poster entitled Impacts of Light on Survival of Brook Trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) Eggs at the Virginia Chapter of American Fisheries Society conference in Lexington, VA, February 2017.


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Kelly Livernoche and faculty mentor Heather Griscom presented her poster entitled Does Rotational Cattle Management Increase Soil Carbon? Implications for Climate Change at the American Association for the advancement of Science (AAAS) Conference in Boston, MA, February 2017. (see photo above)


Matthew Harris and faculty mentors Patrice Ludwig and Heather Griscom presented a poster entitled Potential Benefits of Restored Riparian Zones in an Agricultural Matrix for Bat Communities at the 2017 Annual Meetings for the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network and the Colloquium on the Conservation of Southeastern Mammals in Asheville, North Carolina, February 2017.


Pat Harmon and faculty mentor Christine May presented the talk Revealing the Current Relationship between Stream Acidification and Fish Species Richness in Shenandoah National Park at the Virginia Chapter of American Fisheries Society conference in Lexington, VA, February 2017.


Phoebe Cook and faculty mentor Idelle Cooper presented the talk Female dimorphism and male harassment in the Hawaiian damselfly (Megalagrion calliphya) at the Evolution conference in Austin, Texas, June 2016.


Vince Formica, Corlett Wood, Phoebe Cook, and Edmund Brodie III published the paper "Consistency of animal social networks after disturbance" in Behavioral Ecology (28).


Communication and Advocacy

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Erin E. Casey received the Outstanding Thesis Award for her project entitled My Body, Our Illness: Negotiating Relational and Identity Tensions of Living with Mental Illness. The award was presented at the annual Graduate Showcase of Scholarship and Creative Activities, April 2017. Dr. Carlos Alemán served as the thesis advisor.


Communication Sciences & Disorders

Kathleen Burns received one of three Top Poster awards for her poster entitled Distractions in Hearing: Measuring Impulsivity in Service Members with mTBI at the annual Graduate Showcase of Scholarship and Creative Activities, April 2017. Lincoln Gray served as the project advisor.


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Teresa C. Drulia Ph.D., a graduate of the Communication Sciences and Disorders program, received the Outstanding Dissertation Award for her project entitled The Effects of Lung Volume on Swallowing in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. The award was presented at the annual Graduate Showcase of Scholarship and Creative Activities, April 2017. Dr. Cynthia O’Donoghue served as the dissertation advisor.


Dr. Teresa Drulia (December 2016) and Dr. Rachel Mulheren (December 2015), recent graduates of the PhD in Communication Science Disorders program, were selected for two of the ten coveted spots for the Dysphagia Research Society Early Investigator Mentorship Program. Teresa Drulia has been paired with Dr. Reza Shaker. Dr. Shaker is the Senior Associate Dean, Center Director, Chief, Professor Chief, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, University of Wisconsin. Rachel Mulheren will be with Dr. Tim McCulloch. Dr. McCulloch is Chair of the Division of Otolaryngology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.


Erin Clinard, along with her co-authors Carol Dudding, Susan Ingram, and Marsha Longerbeam, presented their poster entitled Best Practice in Integrating Computer-Based Simulation in a Graduate SLP Program at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 2016.


Elizabeth Nottingham and Cynthia O’Donoghue presented their work Feeding Evaluation and Intervention Strategies for the Early Intervention Therapist as part of a half-day training for the Infant & Toddler Connection for the Shenandoah Valley in Front Royal, VA, November 2016.


Elizabeth Nottingham and Cynthia O’Donoghue were invited to present Oral Feeding and Breastfeeding in the NICU: National Trends and Practices at the University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville, VA, October 2016.


Elizabeth Nottingham and Cynthia O’Donoghue presented their project Practices Supporting Breastfeeding in the NICU: A National Survey at the International Lactation Consultant Association Convention in Chicago, IL, July 2016.


Elizabeth Nottingham and Cynthia O’Donoghue presented their work entitled Investigation of Oral Feeding and Breastfeeding Support Practices in the NICU: A National Survey at the Feeding Matters 5th Annual Pediatric Feeding Conference in Phoenix, AZ, January 2017.


Cynthia O'Donoghue, Erin Clinard, Elizabeth Nottingham, and L. Griffin presented a seminar entitled Pediatric and Adult Dysphagia at the annual Virginia Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia conference in Richmond, VA, March 2017.


Cynthia O’Donoghue and Elizabeth Nottingham submitted their project Dysphagia Management in the Schools: Past, Present and Future, which is currently under review with Seminars in Speech-Language Pathology.


Counseling and Supervision

Mina Attia was awarded a $20,000 counseling fellowship from the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Foundation as part of the NBCC Minority Fellowship Program (NBCC MFP). As an NBCC MFP fellow, Attia will receive funding and training to support his education and facilitate his service to underserved minority populations. Attia’s current interests focus on working with the underserved refugee and immigrant populations.


English

Asha Azariah-Kribbs had a record year publishing short fictional works with eight stories selected by various magazines:“The Ladder” in Boston Accent (August 2016); “The Marble Garden” in Vignette Review (Autumn 2016); “Reflection” in Fēlan (September 2016); “The Greensgate Ghost” in Mystery Weekly Magazine (September 2016); “Killer” in HelloHorror (October 2016); “The Accompanist” in Ghostlight (November 2016); “Fairyhood" in Chicago Literati (November 2016); “The Rider in Black” in Bethlehem Writers’ Roundtable (November/December 2016).


Liana Bayne served as the co-creator of the JMU Special Collections exhibit The Power of Pulps: From the Newsstand to the Academy, Fall 2016. In October 2016, she presented The Engaged Graduate Experience: The First Year of the MALA Program at JMU’s Teaching and Learning with Technology conference poster session. She also presented her paper Bridging Empires: Technologies and Metaphors of Exploration and Empire in Paradise Lost at the South Atlantic Modern Language Association conference, Jacksonville, FL, November 6-8, 2016.


Julian Dean presented WB Yeats and the Deconstructive Utopian Impulse at the American Conference for Irish Studies-West in Missoula, MT with the conference theme “Ireland and Her Exiled Children,” October 20-22, 2016. Additionally, Julian presented Easter, 1916 and Other Radical Uses of Time at the American Conference for Irish Studies-New England in Cape Cod, MA with the conference theme “1916: Revolution(s) and all that Followed,” November 4-5, 2016.


Esther Nafziger presented Is True Love True: A Lacanian Look at Love in Sonnet 138 at the CEA Annual Conference in Denver, CO, March 2016. She also presented her paper Inviting and Isolating Solitudes in Paradise Lost at the South Atlantic Modern Language Association conference in Jacksonville, FL, November 6-8, 2016.


Austin Shifflett’s fictional story Little Gothics, illustrated by Ron Wood, won the Judge's Choice for Best Writing/Visual Combo in this year's 2nd Annual Word Show hosted by the Spitzer Art Center in Harrisonburg.


Douglas Stephens IV presented his paper‘Reason is the Soul's Being': Milton and the Speciated Intellect at the South Atlantic Modern Language Association conference in Jacksonville, FL, November 6-8, 2016.


Mark Peterson, along with co-author’s Brian Flota and Julia Merkel, had their article "Pulp in the ivory tower: One university library’s development of a pulp magazine collection from scratch” selected for publication in College & Research Libraries News 77.9, September 2016.


Education - Elementary

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Kelly Gunn received a prestigious Fulbright English Teaching award. Kelly will be teaching in Romania.


Kinesiology

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Valerie Olijar (pictured above) presented a poster entitled Bout vs. Non-bout Physical Activity Minutes as Predictors of Waist Circumference in College Students at the Southeast American College of Sports Medicine conference in Greenville, South Carolina, February 2017.


James Boyett presented a poster entitled Circadian Rhythm and Training Status Both Impact the Efficacy of Caffeine for Short Duration Cycling Performance at the ACSM-Integrative Physiology of Exercise conference in Phoenix, Arizona, October 2016.


Gabe Giersch presented a poster entitled The Effect of the CYP1A2-163 C>A Polymorphism on the Metabolism of Caffeine and Effect on Performance at the Northeast American College of Sports Medicine conference in Providence, Rhode Island, November 2016.


Alec McKenzie, Andrew D’Lugos, M. Saunders, K. Gworek, and N. Luden’s work entitled Fiber Type-Specific Satellite Cell Content in Cyclists Following Heavy Training with Carbohydrate and Carbohydrate-Protein Supplementation was selected for publication in Frontiers in Physiology, Exercise Physiology (November 2016).


James Boyett, Gabe Giersch, C. Womack, M. Saunders, C. Hughey, Hannah Daley, and N. Luden’s paper entitled Time of Day and Training Status Both Impact the Efficacy of Caffeine for Short Duration Cycling Performance was selected for publication in Nutrients (October 2016).


Andrew D’Lugos, N.Luden, Justin Faller, J.Akers, Alec McKenzie, and M.Saunders’s project Supplemental protein during heavy cycling training and recovery impacts skeletal muscle and heart rate responses but not performance was selected for publication in Nutrients (August 2016).


Nikki Hafner, C. Womack, N. Luden, and M. Todd’s work entitled Arterial Adaptations to Training Among First-Time Marathoners was selected for publication in Cardiovascular Ultrasound (May 2016).


Ryan Martin, Courtney Strosnider, Gabe Giersch, C. Womack, and T. Hargens’ paper entitled The Effect of Acute Aerobic Exercise on Hemostasis in Obstructive Sleep Apnea was selected for publication in Sleep Breathe (February 2017).


Taylor Rowley, J. Espinoza, J. Akers, D. Wenos, and E. Edwards’ paper entitled Effects of Run Sprint Interval Training on Healthy, Inactive, Overweight/Obese Women: A pilot study was selected for publication in FACETS (January 2017).


Sierra Wassell received one of three Top Poster awards for her poster entitled The Effects of Caffeine Ingestion on the Hemostatic Response to Simulated Firefighting Activities at the annual Graduate Showcase of Scholarship and Creative Activities, April 2017. Christopher Womack served as the project advisor.

Music Education
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Jon M. Stapleton received the Top Presentation award for his presentation entitled Music-Making, Learning, and Teaching in Participatory Cultures at the annual Graduate Showcase of Scholarship and Creative Activities, April 2017. David Stringham served as the project advisor.


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Sarah E. Wilson received The Graduate School Community Engagement Award for her outstanding service to the community. Dr. David A. Stringham serves as her advisor.


Nursing

Erin Morris received the Outstanding Graduate Student Leadership Award for demonstrating excellence in academic and clinical performance, service, leadership, and innovation.


Zachary Motyka received the Excellence in Nursing Practice Award for demonstrating clinical excellence along with compassion, care, and respect for human dignity.


Dr. Patra Reed a graduate of the Doctor of Nursing Practice program, received The Graduate School Civic Engagement Award for her exemplary engagement activities. Dr. Linda J. Hulton serves as her advisor.


Occupational Therapy

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Christie E. B. Briskey and Elyse Marie Powderly received one of three Top Poster awards for their poster entitled Exploring the Impact of an Occupation-based Group on Self-Esteem and Self-Concept at the annual Graduate Showcase of Scholarship and Creative Activities, April 2017. Elizabeth Richardson served as the project advisor.


The weekend of October 14th-16th, twelve students and two faculty members from James Madison University’s Masters of Occupational Therapy program presented at the Virginia Occupational Therapy Association conference in Glen Allen, Virginia. Their respective presentation topics were as follows:


Alex Le and Heidi Maeyer

Pictured: Second-year OT students Alex Le (far left) and Heidi Maeyer (middle) presenting their poster entitled “Facilitating Communication Between Caregiver, Child, and Therapist Within a Group Program for Pre-Adolescent Males: A Multi-Dimensional Approach” at the VOTA conference.

Second-year OT students, Alex Le and Heidi Maeyer, presented a poster entitled “Facilitating Communication Between Caregiver, Child, and Therapist Within a Group Program for Pre-Adolescent Males: A Multi-Dimensional Approach” at the Virginia Occupational Therapy Association conference in Glen Allen, Virginia, October 14-16, 2016. Their work focused on different ways in which OT's can enhance effective communication between caregiver, child, and therapist.


Elyse Powderly and Christie Briskey

Pictured: Second-year OT students Elyse Powderly (left) and Christie Briskey (right) presenting their poster entitled “Exploring the impact of an occupation-based group on self-esteem and self concept in childhood cancer survivors” at the VOTA conference.

Second-year OT students, Christie Briskey and Elyse Powderly, presented a poster entitled "Exploring the impact of an occupation-based group on self-esteem and self-concept in childhood cancer survivors" at the Virginia Occupational Therapy Association conference in Glen Allen, Virginia, October 14-16, 2016. Christie and Elyse spoke to various occupational therapy students as well as practitioners about an OT's role in childhood cancer survivor-ship care and how to create a strong group environment among participants. The intervention group in their study focuses on occupational exploration through self-expressive activities. Christie and Elyse will be presenting their data from the research project at the American Occupational Therapy Association Conference next April.


Megan Dwyer (middle) and Meaghan Smith

Pictured: Second-year OT students Megan Dwyer (middle) and Meaghan Smith (right) presenting their poster entitled The Impact of Occupation-Based Interventions on Social Interaction Among Nursing Home Residents”, with their research advisor, Dr. Twylla Kirchen (left), who also presented a workshop entitled “Using Occupation-Based Interventions with Patients in Skilled Nursing Facilities (Rehabilitation, Disability + Participation)“ at the VOTA conference.

Second-year OT students, Megan Dwyer and Meaghan Smith, presented a poster entitled “The Impact of Occupation-Based Interventions on Social Interaction Among Nursing Home Residents” at the Virginia Occupational Therapy Association conference in Glen Allen, Virginia, October 14-16, 2016. Megan and Meaghan explored the impact of occupation-based interventions on social interaction among nursing home residents. Megan Dwyer reflected on her participation, saying the “VOTA conference proved to be an extremely valuable experience” providing the opportunity to “meet OT practitioners who were interested in our research and listen to their thoughts about our project as well as words of encouragement.”


Hope Sadowski (left) and Chanele Molano

Pictured: Second-year OT students Hope Sadowski (left) and Chanele Molano (right) presenting a poster entited “Aquatics as a Therapeutic Medium for Early Occupational Therapy Intervention” at the VOTA conference.

Second-year OT students, Hope Sadowski and Chanele Molano, presented a poster entitled “Aquatics as a Therapeutic Medium for Early Occupational Therapy Intervention” at the Virginia Occupational Therapy Association conference in Glen Allen, Virginia, October 14-16, 2016. Hope and Chanele illustrated the complexities of early parent-infant relationships and the implications of these interactions on participation throughout the lifespan. By examining parent-infant swim classes in the local community, the aquatic environment was compared to land-based environments for early occupational therapy intervention.


Jake Gilbert (left) and Clara Wright

Pictured: Second-year OT students Jake Gilbert (left) and Clara Wright (right) who presented a workshop at the VOTA conference entitled “Occupational Therapy’s Potential Role and Influence within International Medical Missions”.

Second-year OT students, Clara Wright and Jake Gilbert, presented a workshop entitled “Occupational Therapy’s Potential Role and Influence within International Medical Missions” at the Virginia Occupational Therapy Association conference in Glen Allen, Virginia, October 14-16, 2016.Clara and Jake discussed the potential role of occupational therapy in medical missions, particularly in developing countries. The organization Operation Smile was discussed, emphasizing the powerful impact of medical missions on individual lives as well as international relationships.


Second-year OT students, Hannah Fauber and Stephanie Jansen, with their research advisor, Dr. Jeanne Wenos presented a workshop entitled “Identifying Partners for Interprofessional Collaboration to Implement Emotional Regulation Strategies for Children in Elementary School Settings (Children + Youth)” at the Virginia Occupational Therapy Association conference in Glen Allen, Virginia, October 14-16, 2016. Hannah, Stephanie, and Dr. Wenos discussed the consultative role of occupational therapists in school-based settings and provided a yoga-based intervention protocol for OTs to use to combat difficulties children may have with emotional regulation. They also offered tips for collaborating with other school professionals, such as guidance counselors and physical education teachers, to prevent bullying behaviors.


Physician’s Assistant

Eleanor (Ellie) Tansey, a Physician Assistant student, has been selected to serve as an “Innovation Fellow” for the Virginia Center for Health Innovation (VCHI). She explained, “As an Innovation Fellow, I contribute to the [Virginia Health Innovation Network] by blogging, curating articles, and interviewing health care innovators. I will also be working with the Northwest Virginia and Harrisonburg Accountable Care Communities (ACCs).” These opportunities will enable Ms. Tansey to pursue her interest in creating an initiative to decrease preventable hospital admissions related to chronic disease by improving preventative measures through primary care and by providing supportive services to those struggling with managing chronic disease.


On October 6, 2016, in celebration of national PA week, the Physician Assistant Student Society held a blood drive in collaboration with the American Red Cross. They maxed out for the day at almost 50 donors!


Physician Assistant student Rachel Quinn was elected as the Mid-Atlantic Regional Director of the Student Academy of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, May 2016.


School Psychology

Nicole Jones co-authored the article What About the Economic and Environmental Influences on Learning Problems? for School Psychology in Virginia, October, 2016.


Jessica Meeks and Shana Little coordinated a video production about School Psychology for the program website, October, 2016.


Ginger Wayland developed and conducted a Hope therapeutic group for at-risk alternative education students in Prince William County Schools, Fall 2016.


Faculty member Deborah Kipps-Vaughan and graduate student (Megan) Fuller presented their poster entitled Suicidal Behavior: Improving Prevention Practices at the Elementary Level at the National Association of School Psychologists Convention in New Orleans, LA, February 2016.


Graduate student (Shawna) Berka and faculty member Deborah Kipps-Vaughan presented their poster entitled How to Encourage Teacher Participation in Stress Management Programs at the National Association of School Psychologists Convention in New Orleans, LA February 2016.


Psychological Sciences

Jon David Cromer received the Outstanding Thesis Award for his project entitled 911 Calls in Homicide Cases: What Does the Verbal Behavior of the Caller Reveal. The award was presented at the annual Graduate Showcase of Scholarship and Creative Activities, April 2017. Dr. JoAnne Brewster served as the thesis advisor.


Heather Daly and Grant Ostrander received the 2017 Overall Distinguished award for teaching, service, and scholarship from the Psychological Sciences program.


Catherine Mathers received the 2017 Outstanding Service award from the Psychological Sciences program.


Aaron Myers received the 2017 Outstanding Scholarship award from the Psychological Sciences program.


Strategic Leadership

In August 2016, Eric O. Smith (Nonprofit & Community Leadership) was selected as a doctoral fellow of the Southern Regional Educational Board (SREB) State Doctoral Scholars Program for Virginia. The goal of the Doctoral Scholars Program is to increase the number of minority students who earn doctorates and choose to become faculty at colleges and universities through providing multiple layers of support including financial assistance, research funding, professional development opportunities, and career counseling.


Lisa Akers was awarded the Women’s Health Dietetic Practice Group Excellence in Practice in Women’s Health Award, August 2016.


Theresa Reimbold (Nonprofit & Community Leadership) was selected as one of ARNOVA’s Doctoral Fellows for 2016. Theresa will joined nine other Fellows and three faculty members for the Doctoral Fellows Seminar II on Wednesday, November 16, for the day-long seminar on Capitol Hill.


In July 2016, Kimberlee Hartzler-Weakley (Nonprofit & Community Leadership) presented two collaborative works at the 2016 Department of Health and Human Services Teen Pregnancy Prevention Conference, with the conference theme “Connecting the Dots: Collaborating to Achieve Lasting Impacts for Youth. She presented a poster entitled Parent perceptions and attitudes toward sexuality education in rural Virginia with co-author Michael Maurice (IHHS, James Madison University) and a panel paper entitled More partners isn't always risky: Creating multi-sector partnerships to develop and implement a community-wide action plan with co-authors Michael Maurice and Kati Derrick (IHHS, James Madison University).


Paul Mabrey III and his co-authors presented a poster entitled Experiences of Discrimination by College Students with Disabilities at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Denver, CO, August, 2016.


Lisa Akers andfaculty member Dr. Margaret Sloan presented their work entitled The Reciprocating Effect of Nonprofit Hospital Community Development at the ARNOVA conference in Washington D.C., November 16-19, 2016.


Roxy Allen presented her projectsHolding Ourselves Accountable: A Comparison of Accountability Mechanisms for Social Enterprises and The Development of Undergraduate Education for Social Entrepreneurship and Nonprofit Management: Current Trends and Future Directions at the ARNOVA conference in Washington D.C., November 16-19, 2016.


Terry Fernsler and faculty member Dr. Karen Ford presented Are They Collaborating? Exploring Small to Mid-Size Nonprofits Collaborative Experiences at the ARNOVA conference in Washington D.C., November 16-19, 2016.


Sung-Il "Calvin" Chung presented his paper Cultural Values and Voluntary Participation: A comparison study between USA and South Korea at the ARNOVA conference in Washington D.C., November 16-19, 2016.


Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication

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Emily Kohl received the Graduate Student Association IMPACT Award. The award was presented at the annual Graduate Showcase of Scholarship and Creative Activities, April 2017.


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