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                                                  FALL 2008

   Dr. Arnaa Alcon, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, presented paper titled Teaching Money
    Smarts: Creating Financially Literate Social Workers, at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program
    Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
   Dr. Marcia Anderson, Professor, Department of MAHPLS, co-presented paper with Dr. Victoria Bacon, Professor,
    Department of Counselor Education, titled Facilitating Behavior Change: Evaluating a Protocol for Educating
    Athletic Trainers, at the 2008 Inaugural Conference of the Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology, London,
    England.
   Dr. Jeanne Aurelio, Professor, Department of Management, chaired, discussed, and reviewed session titled
    Management Issues and Logistics, at the Business and Economic Society International 2008 Conference, Lugano,
    Switzerland.
   Dr. D.O.J. Ayalamacedo, Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Languages. presented paper titled Women
    Who Fly to Cure the World: Symbolic and Physical Abuse in Colonial Latin America, at Encuentros Trasatiánticos:
    Una revisión critica/Transatlantic Encounters: A Critical Revision, Tiabaya - Arequipa, Peru.
   Dr. Victoria Bacon, Professor, Department of Counselor Education, co-presented paper with Dr. Marcia
    Anderson, Department of MAHPLS, titled Facilitating Behavior Change: Evaluating a Protocol for Educating
    Athletic Trainers, at the 2008 Inaugural Conference of the Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology London,
    England.
   Dr. Louise Badiane, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, presented paper titled From
    Stigmatization to Acceptance: The Diambakoss Mankagne Healers in Ziguinchor, Senegal, at the American
    Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
   Dr. Matthew Bell, Assistant Professor, Department of English, presented paper titled Out of the Closets and into
    Cyberspace; Simulating the Gay Ghetto in the Internet Age, at the 2008 MLA Convention, San Francisco, CA.
   Dr. Jon Bryan, Professor, Department of Management, presented paper titled The Consequences of Recession
    Avoidance Through an Overly Accommodative Monetary Policy, at the IASK International Conference - Global
    Management 2008, Porto, Portugal.
   Dr. Kyung-shick Choi, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, presented paper titled An Empirical
    Assessment of the Relationships between Demographic Variables and Risk Factors for Computer Crime, at the
    American Society of Criminology 2008 Annual Meeting, St. Louis. MO.
   Dr. Sandra Ciocci, Professor, Department of Special Education & Communication Disorders, presented poster
    tilted Evidence-Based Assessment of Accented Speech Through Supervised Peer Interactions: Creating a
    Generation of Noise Induced Hearing Loss, at the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual
    Convention, Chicago, IL.
   Prof. Mark Crowley, Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting & Finance, presented Accounting
    Simulations for Financial, Intermediate and Advance Accounting Courses at the American Accounting Association
    Annual Meeting in Anaheim, CA.
   Dr. Thomas Curley, Professor, Department of English, presented paper titled Samuel Johnson's Last Word on the
    Ossian Fraud in Association with William Shaw, at the Midwest American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies,
    Oklahoma City, OK.
   Dr. Kimberly Davis, Assistant Professor, Department of English, presented paper titled Reading Race in Boston:
    Book Clubs, African-American Fiction, and Cross-Racial Empathy, at the Midwest Modern Language Association
    Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
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   Dr. Jo-Ann Della Giustina, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, presented two papers titled
    Citizenship, Scholarship, Service: The Pedagogy of Linking Prison Volunteerism with Classroom Learning; and
    Alternatives to Violence: Community Building Among a Violent Prison Population, at the American Society of
    Criminology 2008 Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO.
   Dr. William Devlin, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, attended the American Philosophical
    Association Eastern Division Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
   Dr. Ken Dobush, Associate Professor, Department of Special Education & Communication Disorders, presented
    paper titled Assessing Teacher Candidate Content Knowledge with CBM and the Internet, at the Teacher
    Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Conference, Dallas, TX.
   Dr. Shannon Donovan, Associate Professor, Department of Accounting & Finance, presented paper titled Do
    Formal Business Plans Affect Future Performance of New Ventures in the Early Years of Formation?, at the 6th
    International Conference on Business Accounting - Finance - Management – Marketing, Athens, Greece.
   Dr. Emily Douglas, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, presented paper titled General Well-being
    and Use of Social Services Among Refugees: New Hampshire Refugee Resettlement Study, at the Society for the
    Study of Social Problems Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
   Dr. Jason Edwards, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies, presented paper titled Defining
    the Enemy in the Post-Cold War World: Bill Clinton's Foreign Policy Discourse in Somalia and Haiti, at the
    National Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.
   Dr. Richard Enright, Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, presented paper titled Using Remote Sensing as an
    Aid to Environmental Litigation, at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Engineering and Environmental
    Geologists, New Orleans, LA.
   Dr. Patricia Fanning, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, presented paper titled The Good, the Bad,
    and the Immigrant: The 1918 Influenza Epidemic in a Representative Community, at the Social Science History
    Association 33rd Annual Conference, Miami, FL.
   Dr. Karen Fein, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, presented paper titled Social Work and Criminal
    Justice: We Just Can’t Keep Them Apart, at the Council on Social Work Education 54th Annual Meeting,
    Philadelphia, PA.
   Dr. Fernanda Ferreira, Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Languages, presented paper titled Português
    como Língua de Heranca Cultural em Massachusetts (Portuguese as a Cultural Heritage Language in
    Massachusetts) I SIMELP (Primeiro Simpósio Mundial de Estudos de Língua Portuguesa), First World Symposium
    on Portuguese Languages Studies, Sâo Paulo, Brazil.
   Dr. Robert Fitzgibbons, Professor, Department of Philosophy, presented paper titled The Theory of Concepts and
    Research Ethics, at the COBRA Conference 2008: Issues in Research Ethics, Galway, Ireland.
   Dr. Sabrina Gentlewarrior, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, co-presented paper with Dr. Anna
    Martin-Jearld, Professor, Department of Social Work, titled Listening and Responding to the Oppressed: Infusing
    Diverse Voices into Our Teaching, at the Council on Social Work Education 54th Annual Meeting,
    Philadelphia, PA.
   Dr. Soma Ghosh, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, presented paper titled The Impact of
    Environmental Performance on Financial Performance: Evidence from Climate Leaders Program, at the Southern
    Economic Association, 78th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
   Dr. Phyllis Gimbel, Assistant Professor, Department of Secondary Education & Professional Programs, presented
    paper titled Swimming in a Sea of Teachers' Professional Growth, at the Phi Delta Kappa 2008 International
    Summit on High Performing Educators, San Antonio, TX.
   Dr. Jude Gonsalvez, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, presented poster titled Social Work Lessons
    Around the World: A Bridgewater State College Study Tour Experience in Social Work, at the 34th Biennial
    Congress of the International Association of Schools of Social Work, ICC Durban, KwaZula-Natal/South Africa.
   Dr. Joshua Greenberg, Assistant Professor, Department of History, attended the Society for Historians of the
    Early American Republic Thirtieth Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.


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   Dr. Andrew Holman, Professor, Department of History, co-convened conference and presented paper titled
    Telling Stories about Indigeneity and Canadian Sport: The Spectacular Cree & Ojibway Indian Hockey
    Barnstorming Tour on North American 1928, at the Middle Atlantic and New England Council for Canadian
    Studies and Southern Association for Canadian Studies Joint Conference, Washington, DC.
   Dr. Ellen Ingmanson, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, presented paper titled Rocking,
    Clapping and Gaze: Finding Meaning in Ape Gestures, at the International Primatological Society 2008 Congress,
    Edinburgh, Scotland.
   Dr. Bjorn Ingvoldstad, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies, presented paper titled Baltic
    Cinemas, Baltic Audiences, at the Baltic Cinemas: Past and Present Conference, Riga, Latvia.
   Dr. Michael Jones, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, presented paper titled Atlantic Canada, New
    England Trade and the Dollar, at the Middle Atlantic and New England Council for Canadian Studies and
    Southern Association for Canadian Studies Joint Conference, Washington, DC.
   Dr. Jeri Katz, Associate Professor, Department of Special Education & Communication Disorders, presented
    paper titled Behavior Management Two Ways: Online vs. the Traditional Classroom, at the Teacher Education
    Division/Council for Exceptional Children Division Conference, Dallas, TX.
   Dr. Rebecca Leavitt, Professor, Department of Social Work, presented workshop titled Teaching Psycho-social
    Development of Women and Men From a Global Perspective, at the 34th Biennial Congress of the International
    Association of Schools of Social Work, Durban, South Africa.
   Dr. Mitch Librett, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, presented paper titled Apples and
    Oranges: Ethnography and the IRB, at the American Society of Criminology 2008 Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO.
   Dr. Joel Litvin, Professor, Department of Communication Studies, served as panelist on Service Learning
    Discussion Circles: An UnConventional Pedagogy in Communication Classrooms titled "Rounding the Bases" at
    the National Communication Association Annual Convention, San Diego, CA.
   Dr. Daniel Lomba, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, presented paper titled A Theoretical Model of
    a Criminal's Location Choice at the International Association of Business and Economics 2008 Annual
    Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
   Dr. Margaret Lowe, Assistant Professor, Department of History, attended the Center for Contemplative Mind
    and Society Retreat for Academics, Phoenicia, NY.
   Dr. Christy Lyons, Assistant Professor, Department of Counselor Education, presented two papers titled The Use
    of Actors in Counselor Training: An Innovative Approach to Family Counseling Training; and Where Have All the
    Bullies Gone? On-Line Cyberbullying Trends, at the Western Association of Counselor Education and Supervision
    Conference, Palm Springs, CA.
   Dr. Kim MacInnis, Professor, Department of Sociology, presented paper titled Aboriginal Justice in an Uncivilized
    World, at the Middle Atlantic and New England Council for Canadian Studies & Southern Association for
    Canadian Studies Joint Conference on Canadian Studies, Washington, DC.
   Dr. Anna Martin-Jearld, Professor, Department of Social Work, co-presented paper with Dr. Sabrina
    Gentlewarrior, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, titled Listening and Responding to the
    Oppressed: Infusing Diverse Voices into Our Teaching, at the Council on Social Work Education 54th Annual
    Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
   Dr. Laura. McAlinden, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, presented paper titled Constant Creation,
    Occasionalism, and the Principles of Natural Philosophy in the Young Leibniz, at the Midwest Seminar for Early
    Modern Philosophy, Milwaukee, WI.
   Dr. David O'Malley, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, presented paper titled An Examination of
    the Intersection of Immigration and Religious Pluralism in the Interreligious Human Service Sector of the New
    England Region, at the American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Chicago, Il.
   Dr. Dina Perrone, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, presented paper titled You Came in
    Through Friend …You're Accepted in My Book: Obtaining Interviews from Middle-to-Upper Class Drug Users, at
    the American Society of Criminology 2008 Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO.


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   Prof. James Quinn, Associate Professor, Department of Theater & Dance, oversaw convention, conducted
    presentations and the annual board meeting, at the New England Annual Convention 2008, Warwick, RI.
   Dr. Maura Rosenthal, Assistant Professor, Department of MAHPLS, presented paper titled Drop and Give me
    Twenty! Beliefs About Using Exercise as Punishment, at the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport,
    Denver, CO.
   Dr. Salil Sachdev, Associate Professor, Department of Music, conducted performance titled MAGIC for Metal
    Bowl, at the International Society of Improvised Music Third Annual Conference, Denver, CO.
   Dr. Beatrice St. Laurent, Associate Professor, Department of Art, presented paper titled The Dome of the Rock:
    Restoration, Archaeology, Religion and Politics in Jerusalem, at the Center for the Study of Architecture of the
    Arab Region Conference 2008, Amman, Jordan.
   Dr. Robert Sylvester, Associate Professor, Department Elementary & Early Childhood Education, presented
    paper titled Pre-Service Training of Global Educators for the Intercultural Needs of the Nation-State: Principles of
    Belief, Models of Knowledge Base and Indicators of Research, at the Alliance for International Education
    Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.
   Dr. Aviva Twersky Glasner, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, presented two papers titled
    Language is Leaving Me in Silence; and Maximizing a Sample: The Efficacies of Using a Web-Based Survey Tool
    for Criminological Research at the American Society of Criminology 2008 Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO.
   Dr. Kathleen Vejvoda, Assistant Professor, Department of English, presented paper titled The Voice of a Brother:
    Religious Texts and Contexts in The Mill on the Floss, at the VISAWUS 2008 Conference (Victorian
    Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States,) Seattle, WA.
   Dr. Michele Wakin, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, presented paper titled La Barda:
    Documenting Conditions and Exploring Change at Santa Barbara's Labor Line, at the 103rd American Sociological
    Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
   Dr. Stephen Waratuke, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Sciences, presented paper titled Titanium
    Aryloxide Catalyzed Enyne and Aminoalkene Hydroamination NMR Reactions, at the 236th ACS National
    Chemistry Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
   Dr. Catherine Womack, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, presented paper titled Striking a
    Balance: Weighing Experimental Evidence and Philosophical Intuitions in Bioethics, at the 22nd European
    Conference on Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care, Tartu, Estonia.
   Dr. Richard Wright, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, presented paper titled What Happens
    When We Vote the Perverts Off the Island?, at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology,
    St. Louis, MO.




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