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Selected Whitworth Faculty Scholarship: 2004

James Hayford

An article, "Efficient and Effective Offensive Post Play" in the spring issue of American Basketball Quarterly
Article in American Basketball Quarterly

Daniel Keberle Began fulfilling a five-year term as a candidate for the Fulbright Senior Specialists Roster, a select list of faculty from colleges and universities throughout the United States who are eligible to fill requests for Fulbright Senior Specialists from overseas academic institutions.
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Scott Kolbo and
Gordon Wilson
Served as visiting artists at North Idaho College, where a collection of their work, Collaborative Drawings, was exhibited. Collaborative Drawings was also exhibited at Gallery 76, at Wenatchee Valley College, and at the Chase Gallery, in Spokane City Hall.

Laurie Lamon Lamon's poem, Praise, appeared in the October issue of The Atlantic Monthly and was selected by former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins for inclusion in 180 More: Extraordinary Poems for Ordinary Days, a 2005 forthcoming anthology. Two of Lamon's poems were accepted for publication in The Cream City Review and one in Northwest Review.

Michael Le Roy A textbook, Comparative Politics: Using MicroCase® ExplorIt, third edition (Wadsworth)
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Susan Mabry Co-authored with 2004 alumnus Caleb Hug and Russell Roundy, M.D., "Clinical Decision Support through MultiAgents in IM-Agents and ERMA" in Proceedings of the 17th IEEE Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, Bethesda, MD. June, 2004. Presented a research paper on her project, "Intelligent MultiAgents for Patient Monitoring," at a conference in Melbourne, Australia, and gave invited talks at the University of Washington; Oregon Health & Science University; the Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology; Trinity College, in Dublin, Ireland; the University of Wales, in Aberystwyth, Wales, U.K.; and the University of California San Francisco Emergency Medical Center
"Clinical Decision Support through MultiAgents in IM-Agents
and ERMA" (PDF)

Arlin Migliazzo Presented a workshop based on his book, Teaching as an Act of Faith, at Louisiana's Xavier University Faith and Learning Programs Faculty Institute

Roger Mohrlang Co-translator and reviewer of "Acts of the Apostles" in Holy Bible: New Living Translation, revised edition (Tyndale House Publishers)

Pamela Corpron Parker An article, "From Ladies Business to Real Business: Elizabeth Gaskell's Capitalist Fantasy in North and South, Victorian Newsletter 90 (1997):1-3," referenced in the 2004 Norton Critical Edition of Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South, in the book's Selected Bibliography section. Parker also delivered a paper, "Elizabeth Gaskell's Cranford and Literary Tourism," at the 2004 British Women Writers Conference.

Donna Pierce Co-authored with Michael Kallahar "A Note on Planar Functions and Their Planes" in Bulletin of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications Volume 42 (2004), 53-75

Carol Smucker Conducted research in Madagascar as a recipient of a $34,763 Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad Grant, administered by the U.S. Department of Education
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Dale Soden An article, "Shaping the Public Square: Protestants and Catholics in the History of the Pacific Northwest" published in Word and World: Theology for Christian Ministry (Luther Theological Seminary). A book chapter, "Contesting for the Soul of an Unlikely Land: Mainline Catholics, Protestants and Jews Who Have Shaped the Pacific Northwest," published in Religion and Public Life in the Pacific Northwest: The None Zone (Altamira Press). Served as executive consultant and historical consultant for In Time of War, a documentary about Japanese-Americans during WWII. Served as humanities advisor for a Whitworth-produced audio documentary, Shaping Youth, Sustaining Life, about the Civilian Conservation Corps.
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Melissa Sprenkle An article, "The Traces of Invention: Phatic Rhetoric in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight," in Medieval Rhetoric: A Casebook (Routledge); co-authored an article, "Rethinking Masculinized Tools: Machetes, Women's Work, and Suburban Yard Maintenance," in the National Women's Studies Association Journal (volume 16.1)

Kyle Usrey An opinion column, "Candidates Should Embrace, Not Trash, the Global Marketplace," in the Sept. 28 issue of The Seattle Times, YaleGlobal Online, the flagship publication of the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, and the Journal of Business; An opinion column, "Marketplace impacts global missions," in the Nov. 8 issue of the Baptist Standard
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James Waller Conducted numerous national and international speaking engagements in which he addressed issues on diversity and the perpetrators of genocide. Waller's major engagements included the Symposium on Psychology and War, in New York City; the Staley Lecture Series on Diversity and Community at Asbury College, in Kentucky; and the International Society for Political Psychology, in Sweden

Keith Wyma A book, Crucible of Reason: Intentional Action, Practical Rationality, and Weakness of Will (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers) and an article, "Innocent Sinfulness, Guilty Sin: Original Sin and Divine Justice," in Christian Faith and the Problem of Evil (Eerdmans Publishing Co.)
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