Anthropology, Art & Design, CAC, CELL

Anthropology: Upon closer examination Chris Schmidt and Chris Moore (Physics and Earth-Space Sciences) submitted a book chapter, “The Flora Mastodon Site,” to an upcoming volume on Indiana archeology and submitted another chapter,  “A Preliminary Assessment of Using a White Light Confocal Imaging Profiler for Cutmark Analysis,” to Forensic Microscopy for Skeletal Tissues: Methods and Protocols. In that same volume, Schmidt […]

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History beneath us

Visiting instructor of Geology Chris Moore ’04 organized two public archaeology events: the “History Beneath Us” event in September at the historic General Lew Wallace Study and Museum in Crawfordsville, Ind., and a Public Archeology Day in May in Flora, Indiana. Moore led the Crawfordsville group in mapping the site and excavating a former reflecting pool constructed by Wallace, best […]

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School of Psychological Sciences, Social Sciences

Presenting psych faculty Dr. David L Downing offered a number of presentations and symposia over the past several months. In April at the Division 39 spring meeting in Chicago, he was chair and discussant on a panel and also was chair of an invited panel. He also presented at the Indiana Society for Psychoanalytic Thought. In May he presented a […]

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School for Adult Learning, School of Business, School of Nursing, School of OT

This topic again In September Dr. John Dale presented a paper, “Epistemic Evaluation of Religous Truth Claims in Public Schools: A Response to Suzanne Rosenblith,” at the Ohio Valley Philosophers of Education Society conference. Award finalists Dr. Kay Poston and Dr. Rachel Smith presented an Effective Learning Strategies poster session titled “An Expanded VITA Program—Moving Beyond Tax Preparation” at the […]

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English, Kinesiology, KSPT, Music, Philosophy & Religion

Vampire Weekend Dr. Jen Camden and graduate student Sara Wright presented papers as part of a panel on “Vampire Narratives” that they organized for the Midwest Modern Language Association conference, November 4–7 in Chicago. Michael Milam traveled to Hiroshima, Japan, with Dr. Kyoko Amano’s Hiroshima Peace Study 2010 group in May. He published “Hiroshima and Nagasaki—Sixty-Five Years Later” in the […]

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Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning, Chemistry, Community Programs Center, Community Relations

Distributing $33M in DOE dough CELL is partnering with the Indiana Department of Education to distribute more than $32 million in Teacher Incentive Fund grants from the U.S. Department of Education. The funding will be used to implement the System for Teacher and Student Advancement (known as TAP™) in low-income schools around Indiana. CELL’s Jen Oliver is managing and coordinating […]

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Alumni Relations, Biology, Center for Aging & Community

Resident expert In October Monica Woods presented an education session titled “Fostering Lifelong Relationships with Alumni” at the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations District 3 Conference in Indianapolis. In December she was a panelist at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s District V Conference in Chicago, discussing “Mentors: Everyone Should Have One.” Biology that speaks to […]

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Faculty honored for scholarship, service

A number of faculty members have been recognized for outstanding contributions to teaching, scholarship, and service at UIndy. Honorees received plaques and cash awards and are listed on a permanent display in the library. Assistant professor Barbara Winningham directs UIndy’s Nurse-Midwifery program, which she developed and which continues to be the only program of its kind in the state. She […]

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Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Social Work, Theatre, Writing Lab

Research action at Jackson Students in the 2011 master’s of OT class are conducting research with the Jackson Center for Conductive Education in Mooresville, Ind. The center was founded by alumna Lara DePoy ’00. The study is titled “Can occupational therapists enhance a conductive education program with sensory integration for children with cerebral palsy?” Dr. Lucinda Dale has three student […]

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Physics & Earth-Space Sciences, Business, Education, Nursing

Would that require a chert chart? Chris Moore presented two papers during the spring semester: one at the annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeological conference and another at the Indiana Archaeology Council spring workshop. He also published “A Geoarchaeological Investigation of Chert Resources along the Wildcat Creek, Carroll County, Indiana” in Michigan Archaeologist. In May he worked with the student organization […]

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