This is a limited sampling of faculty and staff publications, recognition and other professional work. Major awards, etc., are found under Top Stories or Campus News.


Michele Currie Navakas, English. Liquid Landscape: Geography and Settlement at the Edge of Early America, published by University of Pennsylvania Press, August 2017.  

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 Robert Bowie, German, Russian, and East Asian Languages. GOOGLEGOGOL: Stories from the Data Base of Russian Literature, Inc., published by CreateSpace, July 2016.

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Kimberly Hamlin, history and global and intercultural studies, $50,400 from the National Endowment for the Humanities for “Woman Citizen: Helen Hamilton Gardener and Women’s Suffrage in America.” August 2017

J. Marcus Jobe, Professor Emeritus, Information Systems and Analytics, "Univariate Process Monitoring", $2,300, Mathematics and Statistics Department, Karlsruhe, Germany, June 1-23,2016.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karlsruhe_Institute_of_Technology



 Tammy L. Kernodle, musicology professor, "Hope for a New Tomorrow: Transcendence and Resistance in the Gospel Blues of Nina Simone, Aretha Franklin, Mavis Staples and Roberta Flack", Rock N Roll Hall of Fame, October 2017. Selected by the American Musicological Society for this lecture. 

J. Marcus Jobe, Professor Emeritus, Information Systems and Analytics, “A Cluster Based Outlier Detection Scheme for Multivariate Data”, Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM), Chicago, August 2016 


Tyler Hoskins, graduate student in biology lead author, J.D. Gantz, Blake R. Chaffee, Kel Arlinghaus, James Wiebler, Michael Hughes and Joyce J. Fernandes, graduate students in biology: "Effectiveness of a Low-Cost, Graduate Student-Led Intervention on Study Habits and Performance in Introductory Biology." Life Sciences Education, May 2017. 

Michael A. Kennedy, Chemistry and Biochemistry, "NMR Investigation of Amide Hydrogen Exchange Rates Spanning Ten Orders of Magnitude in At2g44920, a β-Helical Pentapeptide-Repeat Protein from Arabidopsis thaliana Composed Exclusively of Type II β-Turns," Biophysical Journal, April 2017.


Chris Makaroff, dean of the College of Arts and Science, has been named to the boardof directors of Interact for Health. The Cincinnati agency serves 20 counties and aims to be a catalyst for health and wellness by promoting healthy living through grants, education and policy. Spring 2017

 Suzanne Harper (mathematics) was appointed Vice President for Communications and Outreach for the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE.) AMTE is the largest professional organization devoted to the improvement of mathematics teacher education. It includes over 1000 members devoted to the preservice education and professional development of K-12 teachers of mathematics.

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