Maia Magrakvelidze, assistant professor in the Physics Department, co-authored an article with Ruma De, Mohammad H. Jevani, Mohammad E. Madjet, Steven T. Manson and Himadri S. Chakraborty titled “Coherence of Auger and inter-Coulombic decay processes in the photoionization of Ar@C60 versus Kr@C60” in European Physical Journal D 70, 96 published online 4/21/16 (See link: http://epjd.epj.org/articles/epjd/abs/2016/04/d150703/d150703.html)
Congratulations go to the following faculty members who have earned promotion to the rank of Professor: Susan Fernsebner, Department of History and American Studies; Deborah O’Dell, Department of Biological Sciences; Angela Pitts, Department of Classics; Anand Rao, Department of Communication; and Charles Sharpless, Department of Chemistry.
Congratulations also go to Marcelo Fajardo-Cardenas for being named Associate Professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, and to Hilary Stebbins, for being named Associate Professor in the Department of Psychological Science.
Congratulations go to Beverly Epps, who has earned tenure in the College of Education, as well as to Abby Brethauer, Lindsey Elliott and Corey Hewson, who have been promoted to the rank of senior lecturer in the Athletics, Health and Physical Education Department.
Lee Skallerup Bessette, Instructional Technology Specialist in the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies and Adjunct Instructor in the Department of English, Linguistics, and Communication, had her book A Journey in Translation: Anne Hébert’s Poetry in English published by the University of Ottawa Press at the end of August. Details are available at https://press.uottawa.ca/a-journey-into-translation-3368.html.
Surupa Gupta, associate professor of Political Science and International Affairs, delivered a lecture titled “Why Does India Need to WTO” to the faculty of Political Science, Delhi University, during her recent visit to New Delhi.
Kim Gower, assistant professor in the College of Business, co-authored an article with Barbara Ritter and Patricia A. Hedberg titled “Enhancing Teacher Credibility: What We Can Learn From the Justice and Leadership Literature,” Organization Management Journal, 13 (2), published online 6/22/16 (see the link: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/xb7qMHsVs2E8wgIbJnvm/full).
Belleh Fontem and Rachel Graefe-Anderson, both assistant professors in the College of Business, along with Hannah Tibbett ’16, report the following acceptance: “Bermudan Put Option Pricing under Risk Aversion in Bilateral Gamma Models,” Proceedings: DSI Annual Meeting, November 19-22, 2016, Austin, TX.
Mike Lapke, Dave Henderson and Chris Garcia from the College of Business, recently had their article, “The Disconnect Between Healthcare Provider Tasks and Privacy Requirements,” accepted for publication in Health Policy and Technology.