Sandra Garner (2014) To Come to a Better Understanding: Complicating the "Two-Worlds" Trope (editors James Joseph Buss and C. Joe Genetin-Pilawa) SUNY Press, 2014, 269(93).

Thomas E. Hall, Aftermath: The Unintended Consequences of Public Policies, Cato Institute, September 2014. 

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Dana Cox, Nirmala Naresh, Jane Keiser, Suzanne Harper, Beatriz D’Ambrosio, mathematics, and M. Todd Edwards, teacher education, $348,631 from the Ohio Department of Education for "Project DOVETAIL. (Developing Ownership and Vision: Empowering Teachers as Instructional Leaders)." 

Dawna Meehan, psychology, $75,000 from the Ohio Department of Mental Health for "A Multi-Tiered Evaluation of the Efficacy and Effectiveness of the FLIP IT Parent Training Model."


 Quanyu Huang, German, Russian, and East Asian Languages, “A Comparison between Chinese and American College Admissions.” Invited presentation at the 2014 China MOE meeting for high school principals, session “Reforming College Admissions in China”

 Robert Bodle, (Media Journalism and Film) Adjunct Professor in the Department of Media, Journalism, and Film organized the workshop “Anonymity by Design: Protecting While Connecting” and presented “Anonymity is a Human Right” at the Ninth Annual Internet Governance Forum, September 2-5, 2014, Istanbul, Turkey. Bodle also chaired the workshops, “Human Rights for the Internet: From Principles to Action” and the “Council of Europe Open Forum – Your Internet, Our Aim: Guide Internet Users to Their Human Rights.” Bodle is Co-Chair of the Internet Rights and Principles Dynamic Coalition, which works to uphold human rights on the internet and to root internet governance processes and systems in human rights standards in the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) process. The annual Internet Governance Forum (IGF), convened by the United Nations (UN), is the largest global multi-stakeholder meeting on Internet policy dialogue and draws more than 3,500 participants from governments, civil society, private sector, and the technical community. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3gExVWv_us


 Aubrey Coates (former Psychology graduate student) & Terri Messman-Moore (Psychology Faculty)  (2014). A structural model of mechanisms predicting depressive symptoms in women following childhood psychological maltreatment. Child Abuse & Neglect, 38, 103-113.doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.10.00538

 Rachel Chandley (Psychology graduate student), Aaron Luebbe (Psychology Faculty), Terri Messman-Moore (Psychology Faculty), & Rose Marie Ward (Kinesiology & Health Faculty) (2014). Anxiety sensitivity, coping motives, emotion dysregulation, and alcohol-related outcomes in college women: A moderated-mediation model. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 75, 83-92.


Beverley Taylor (physics) was recently selected by the American Association of Physics Teachers to be a member of its initial cohort of Fellows.  Selection criterion for AAPT Fellows is exceptional contribution to AAPT’s mission to enhance the understanding and appreciation of physics through teaching.  AAPT has about 8,000 members and about 150 were selected as Fellows.


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