Dr. Thomas Weber's article “borjo coffeehouse: Franchise, Independence, & Starbucks” was published recently in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.
Dr. Joyce Gulley, associate professor of Teacher Education, was selected for the Celebrating Literacy Award by the Evansville Area Reading Council. The award recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions to the field of literacy education.
Xavia Harrington was nominated by a USI student and won a Pearson Professor Award. Pearson’s overall mission is to help people progress in their lives through learning-all kinds of people and all kinds of learning. One Professor pays tribute to higher education faculty who make a difference in the world everyday. In an age dominated by the latest social network or gadget, the most meaningful connections still happen between people. Through the stories of students, One Professor highlights the importance of these connections and aims to inspire students everywhere to open up their minds to the world of possibilities right in front of them, in classrooms each day.
Dr. Mary Ann Shifflet was featured as part of the JMP Marketing blog series "Beyond Spreadsheets."
Dr. Glenna Bower has been promoted from assistant dean to associate dean of the Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education. Bower also serves as chair of the Kinesiology and Sport Department and associate professor of kinesiology and sport.
Dr. Bonnie Beach has been promoted from associate dean and Interim chair of Teacher Education to associate dean and chair of Teacher Education. She is also professor of education in the Teacher Education Department.
Dr. Jennifer Williams' article “Cyberbullying victimization: Do victims’ personality and risky social network behaviors contribute to the problem?” was accepted for publication in Computers in Human Behavior.
Dr. Perry Burnett's research article: “Land Use Regulations and Regional Economic Development,” was accepted for publication in the well-known journal: Land Economics.
Note: Land Economics ranks 10 out of 192 journals in Urban and Regional Economics (Barrett, Olia and Bailey 2000)
This article will mark the second publication by Dr. Burnett in Land Economics.
Dawn M. Worman BSN ’07, MSN ’10, instructor in Nursing, was selected for the 2015 Melissa Faye and John M. Lawrence Baccalaureate Faculty Teaching Award. The award is selected by the 2015 senior class and given to a member of the undergraduate faculty who demonstrates a commitment to nursing education.
The award is given by John M. Lawrence ’73, a generous benefactor of the College of Nursing and Health Professions and its nursing programs.
Dr. Dinko Bacic is the 2015 recipient of the Romain College of Business Dean’s Teaching Award.
Dr. Gongjun Yan is the 2015 recipient of the Romain College of Business Dean’s Research Award.
Dr. Jack Smothers is the 2015 recipient of the Romain College of Business Dean’s Service Award.
Dr. Chad Milewicz is the 2015 co-recipient of the Romain College of Business Dean’s Excellence Award in Research.
Mr. Tim Bryan is the 2015 co-recipient of the Romain College of Business Dean’s Excellence Award in Service.
Dr. Kathy Elpers was recognized as the Region 8 Social Worker of the Year by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).
Dr. Gabriela Mustata Wilson, assistant professor of health services/administration, participated in a live conversation on Health Informatics with WNIN on February 16, 2015. With her in the studio were Chris Thompson, coordinator of clinical simulations from USI, Aaron Litherland, CEO of ClearFuture Healthcare and Brian Norris, CIO for Perscio, who joined from Indianapolis. Listen to the entire program here: http://news.wnin.org/post/trend-health-informatics
Dr. Khaled Elkhal and Dr. Sudesh Mujumdar had an article published in the Journal of Applied Economics and Business (2014, Vol.2, Issue 4), titled "There Should be NO CAP on Subordinated Debt: William Poole is Right!"
Dr. Jill Raisor, assistant professor of Education, recently received the Christine L. Fisher Early Childhood Education Grant from the Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children. The grant will provide toddler and preschool aged children at the USI Children’s Learning Center an opportunity to work with USI artists, Al Holen (ceramics) and Rob Millard-Mendez (woodworking), in preparation for an annual art show.
Dr. Perry Burnett, Dr. Kenneth Shemroske and Dr. Mohammed Khayum had an article published in Administrative Issues Journal, 4(2). It is titled: "Disrupting Faculty Service: Using Technology to Increase Academic Service Productivity."
The Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series announced that 3 Southwestern Indiana women have been selected as members of its historic 25th Anniversary Class of 2014-2015. Renee Kabrick, Pepper Mulherin and Daniela Vidal join a group of 25 women from around the state to participate in the annual women’s leadership development program.
Dr. Perry Burnett and Dr. Curtis R. Price's paper (co-authored with T.H. Kuethe): “Consumer preference for locally grown produce: an analysis of willingness-to-pay and geographic scale,” Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems and Community Development 2(1):269-278. (2011) was cited in the following USDA Report to the U.S. Congress:
Dr. Serah Theuri, assistant professor of Food and Nutrition, was the recipient of the Center for Applied Research and Economic Development Faculty, Outreach and Engagement Summer 2015 Fellowship Award.
Dr. Kevin Valadares, associate professor in Health Services, was a recipient of the USI Historic New Harmony Outreach and Engagement 2014-2015 Fellowship Award.
Dr. Stephanie Young, assistant professor of Communication Studies received the USI Foundation Outstanding Teaching by New Faculty Award.