In the spirit of 150 years of scholarship, welcome to the faculty scholarship showcase. The photos represent the items on display in the Library for the Gaelebration event. 

Faculty Scholarship 2012
Tina Xiaotian Zhang, Assistant Professor
Berna Aksu, Associate Professor 
Graduate Business 

Aksu, B. P., Wang, H., & Zhang, T. X. (2012). Conflicts of interest in venture capital-backed IPO firms. Journal of International Finance and Economics, 12(2), 50+.
Roy Allen, Professor
Economics

Andras Margitay-Becht, Adjunct Professor
Graduate Business  

Norman Bedford, Professor
Business Administration

Allen, R.,  Bedford , N. & Margitay-Becht , A. (2011).  A “human ecology economics” framework for Eastern Europe. International Journal of Social Economics, 38(3), 192–208. doi:10.1108/03068291111105147
Peter Alter, Assistant Professor
Special Education
Kalmanovitz School of Education

Scott, T. M., Anderson, C. M., & Alter, P. (2012). Managing classroom behavior using positive behavior supports. Boston: Pearson.
Peter Alter, Assistant Professor
Special Education
Kalmanovitz School of Education

Alter, P. (2012). Helping students with emotional and behavioral disorders solve mathematics word problems. Preventing School Failure, 56 (1), 55-64.
David Alvarez, Professor
Politics
School of Liberal Arts 

Alvarez, D. (2011). The Pope's soldiers : A military history of the modern Vatican. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas.
Steven Bachofer, Professor
Chemistry & Environmental and Earth Science 
Environmental Science & Studies
School of Science

Bachofer, S.  (2010). Studying the redevelopment of a superfund site: An Integrated general science curriculum paying added dividends. In R. D. Sheardy (Ed.) Science Education and Civic Engagement: The SENCER Approach, Vol. 1037 (pg.117-133). Washington, D.C.: ACS Symposium Series.
Catherine Banbury, Associate Professor
Graduate Business 
School of Economics and Business Administration

Saroja Subrahmanyan, Associate Professor
Graduate Business 
School of Economics & Business Administration

Banbury, C., Stinerock, R., & Subrahmanyan, S. (2012). Sustainable consumption: Introspecting across multiple lived cultures. Journal of Business Research, 65(4), 497–503. doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2011.02.028
David Bird, Associate Professor
Modern Languages
School of Liberal Arts

Bird, David W. "Differentiating Catalan and Italian Futurisms." Romance Quarterly 55.1 (Winter 2008): 13-27.
Carla Bossard, Professor
Biology, Environmental and Earth Science &
Environmental Science and Studies 
School of Science

Gao, L., Tang, Y., Bossard, C., Wang, Y., & Han, Z. (2011). Diurnal variation in relative photosynthetic performance of marestail (Hippuris vulgaris Linn.) Across a water temperature gradient using PAM fluorometry in Jiuzhaigou National Nature Reserve, Sichuan Province, China. Journal of Mountain Science, 8 (6), 794-807. DOI: 10.1007/s11629-011-2215-3
Robert Bulman, Associate Professor
Sociology
School of Liberal Arts

Leib, A. Y., & Bulman, R. C. (2009). The Choreography of gender. Men & Masculinities, 11(5), 602–621.
Joel Burley, Professor
Chemistry & Environmental Science and Studies 
School of Science

Burley, J. D. & Johnston, H. S. (2008). Hold the heat: Global warming and calorimetry. Journal of Chemical Education, 85 (2): 224A-224B.
Vidya Chandrasekaran, Associate Professor
Biology
School of Science

Doyle, W., Shide, E., Thapa, S., & Chandrasekaran, V. (2012). The effects of energy beverages on cultured cells. Food and Chemical Toxicology, 50(10), 3759–3768. doi:10.1016/j.fct.2012.07.008
Shyam Kamath, Professor
Graduate Business  
School of Economics & Business Administration

Kristine Chase, Professor
Economics & Graduate Business 
School of Economics and Business Administration

Kamath, S., Agrawal, J., & Chase, K. (2012). Explaining geographic cluster success—The GEMS Model. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 71(1), 184–214. doi:10.1111/j.1536-7150.2011.00819.x
Patrick Downey, Professor
Philosophy
School of Liberal Arts

Downey, P. (2009). Desperately wicked: Philosophy, Christianity and the human heart. Downers Grove, Ill: InterVarsity Press Academic.
Laurie Edwards, Professor
Multiple Subject Program
Kalmanovitz School of Education

Edwards, L. (2009). Gestures and conceptual integration in mathematical talk. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 70 (2), 127-141.
Jose Feito, Professor
Collegiate Seminar, Integral & Women’s Studies
School of Liberal Arts

Feito, J. & Donahue, P. (2008). Minding the gap: Annotation as preparation for discussion. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 7 (3), 295-307.
Catherine Finger-Podolsky, Assistant Professor
Accounting & Graduate Business
School of Economics and Business Administration 

Chambers, D., & Finger, C. (2011). Goodwill Non-Impairments. CPA Journal, 81(2), 38-41.
Monica Fitzgerald, Assistant Professor
Liberal & Civic Studies
School of Liberal Arts

Fitzgerald, M. D. (2011). Drunkards, fornicators and a great hen squabble: censure practices and the gendering of Puritanism. Church History, 80(1), 40–75.
David Flanagin, Associate Professor
Theology & Religious Studies
School of Liberal Arts

Flanagin, D. Z.. (2008). God’s divine law: The Scriptural founts of Conciliar Theory in Jean Gerson. In G. Christianson, G. Izbicki & C. M. Bellito (Eds.) The Church, the Councils and Reform: Legacy of the Fifteenth Century (pp. 101-121). Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press.
Peter Freund, Associate Professor
Art & Art History
School of Liberal Arts

Freund, P.  (2011). “Camp.” In E. G. Videonale, D. Rustemeyer,  A.  Block, & S. Kunstmuseum Bonn. (Eds.) Videonale.13: 15. April bis 29. Mai  2011. Bielefeld: Kerber Art.
Keith Garrison, Assistant Professor
Biology
School of Science

Champiat, S., Raposo, R. A. S., Maness, N. J., Lehman, J. L., Purtell, S. E., Hasenkrug, A. M., Miller, J. C., Garrison, K., et al. (2012). Influence of HAART on Alternative Reading Frame Immune Responses over the Course of HIV-1 Infection. (P. A. Goepfert, Ed.)PLoS ONE, 7(6), e39311. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0039311
Tomas Gomez-Arias, Professor
Graduate Business
School of Economics and Business Administration

Larisa Genin, Associate Professor
Business Administration
School of Economics and Business Administration

Gomez-Arias, J. T. & Genin, L. (2009, June). Beyond monetization: Creating value through online social networks. International Journal of Electronic Business Management, 7 ( 2) Online.
Larisa Genin, Associate Professor
Business Administration
School of Economics and Business Administration

Tomas Gomez-Arias, Professor
Graduate Business
School of Economics and Business Administration

Genin, L., Gomez-Arias, J. T., & Kolhede, E. (2011). From a great books liberal arts education to an integrated marketing program of study. Review of Business Research, 11(3), 13+.
Carl Guarneri, Professor
History Department
School of Liberal Arts

Guarneri, C. (2011). Locating the United States in twentieth-century world history. Washington, D.C: American Historical Association.
Carl Guarneri, Professor
History Department
School of Liberal Arts

Guarneri, C. & Sisco Ginn, A. [Saint Mary's College of California], "The Civil War Diary of Captain Edward Hill." Last modified May, 2011.  Accessed September 19, 2012. http://library.stmarys-ca.edu/about/special/hill/
James Hawley, Professor
Graduate Business
School of Economics & Business Administration

Shyam Kamath, Professor
Graduate Business  
School of Economics & Business Administration

Andrew Williams, Professor
Graduate Business 
School of Economics & Business Administration

Hawley, J. P., Kamath, S., & Williams, A. T. (2009 April). Sovereign wealth and pension funds: Conceptualizing implications for responsible investment. Revue d’economie financière, [Special Issue], 363-380.
Dana Herrera, Associate Professor
Anthropology
School of Liberal Arts

Andras Margitay-Becht, Adjunct Professor
Graduate Business  
School of Economics & Business Administration

Herrera, D., Margitay-Becht, A. & Chagas, J.  (2009). Cyber-diasporas: The Effects of migration to virtual worlds. In L. DePretto, G. Macri & C. Wong (Eds.). Diasporas: Revisiting and Discovering. Witney, OX: Interdisciplinary Press. Available at: http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/herrera_margitay-becht_diaspora.pdf
Jennifer Heung, Associate Professor
Anthropology, International Area Studies & 
Women’s Studies
School of Liberal Arts
Heung, J. (2009). Belonging to the city: Cosmopolitanism, urbanites and Chinese cities. Vis-a-Vis: Explorations in Anthropology, 9(1):1-9.
Brenda Hillman, Professor
English & Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
School of Liberal Arts

Moore, R. O., Hillman, B., & Ebenkamp, P. (2010). Writing the silences. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Brenda Hillman, Professor
English & Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
School of Liberal Arts

Hillman, B. (2011). Practical water. S.l.: Wesleyan.
Rebecca Jabbour, Assistant Professor
Biology & Environmental and Earth Science
School of Science

Richards, G. D., Jabbour, R. S., Horton, C. F., Ibarra, C. L., & MacDowell, A. A. (2012). Color changes in modern and fossil teeth induced by synchrotron microtomography. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 149(2), 172–180. doi:10.1002/ajpa.22103
Christopher Jones, Professor
Mathematics & Computer Science
School of Science

Jones, C. (2012). The new rules for NFL overtime. Mathematics Magazine, 85(5).
Deane Lamont, Professor
Kinesiology
School of Liberal Arts

Lamont, D. A. (2010). America's "healthiest" city: A history of early Oakland, California. Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.
Deane Lamont, Professor
Kinesiology
School of Liberal Arts

Derek Marks, Assistant Professor
Graduate Kinesiology & Kinesiology
School of Liberal Arts

Lamont, D.A. & Marks, D. (2008). A multi-year survey of physical activity among college students, their families, and friends. Californian Journal of Health Promotion, 6(2), 79-83.
Annalee Lamoreaux, Adjunct Professor
Leadership & Organizational Studies & LEAP
School of Liberal Arts

Lamoreaux, A. and Taylor, K. (2011). Prior learning assessment and the developmental journey. In C. Hoare (Ed.) Oxford Handbook of Reciprocal Adult Development and Learning (pp.80-102), Oxford University Press : USA.
Annalee Lamoreaux, Adjunct Professor
Leadership & Organizational Studies & LEAP
School of Liberal Arts

Kathleen Taylor, Professor
Educational Leadership
Doctoral Program, Kalmanovitz School of Education

Lamoreaux, A., & Taylor, K. (2008). Access and Innovation: A Degree Program for Professional Dancers in Transition. Adult Learning, 19(1), 21–25.
Dana Lawton, Associate Professor
Performing Arts
School of Liberal Arts

18 Virgo Horses. Chor. Dana Lawton. Jia Wu Dance Theater. CounterPULSE, San Francisco, CA. 16-18 Sept. 2010. Performance.
Raina Leon, Assistant Professor
Single Subject Program
Kalmanovitz School of Education

Thomas, N. D., & Leon, R. J. (2012). Breaking barriers: Using poetry as a tool to enhance diversity understanding with youth and adults. Journal of Poetry Therapy, 25(2), 83–93. doi:10.1080/08893675.2012.680721
Dan Leopard, Associate Professor
Communication
School of Liberal Arts

Leopard, D. (2010). Mobilizing affect: The Politics of performative realism in military new media. In N. Huntemann, N., & M. T. Payne (Eds.).  Joystick soldiers: The politics of play in military video games. New York: Routledge.
Samuel Lind, Associate Professor
Business Administration
School of Economics and Business Administration

Curtis, D. A., Lind, S. L., Dellinges, M., Setia, G., & Finzen, F. C. (2008). Dental Students’ Self-Assessment of Preclinical Examinations. Journal of Dental Education, 72(3), 265–277.
Michael Marchetti, Professor
Biology & Environmental and Earth Science
School of Science

Marchetti, M. P.& Moyle, P. B.  (2010). Protecting life on earth: An introduction to the science of conservation. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
Susan Marston, Professor
Multiple Subject Program
Kalmanovitz School of Education

Marston, S. H. (2010). Why do they teach? A comparison of elementary, high school, and college teachers. Education, 131, (2), 437-454.
Phylis Martinelli, Professor
Sociology & Collegiate Seminar
School of Liberal Arts

Martinelli, P.( 2009). Undermining race: Ethnic identity in Arizona Copper Camps, 1880-1920. Tucson: University of Arizona.
Sandra Mattar, Associate Professor
Counseling  Program
Kalmanovitz School of Education

Mattar, S. (2011). Educating and training the next generations of traumatologists: Development of cultural competencies. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice and Policy, 3 (3), 258-265.
Mary Kay Moskal, Associate Professor
Multiple Subject Program, Reading & Language Arts & Special Education
Kalmanovitz School of Education

Moskal, M. K., & Keneman, A. F. (2011). Literacy leadership to support reading improvement: Intervention programs and balanced instruction. New York: Guilford Press.
Phuong Anh Nguyen, Assistant Professor
Business Administration
School of Economics and Business Administration

Nguyen, P. A., & Robinson, A. G. (2010). Managing Continuous Improvement in Vietnam: Unique Challenges and Approaches to Overcome Them. The Quality Management Journal, 17(2), 27–41.
Anna Novakov, Professor
Art & Art History
School of Liberal Arts

Novakov, A. (2012). Diplomatic ties: Pavle Beljanski, patronage and Serbian women artists. San Francisco, CA: Fibonnaci Academic Press.
Keith Ogawa, Professor
Psychology
School of Science

Hartikainen, K.M., Ogawa, K.H. & Knight, R.T. (2012). Obitofrontal cortex biases attention to emotional events. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 34 (6), 588-597.
Ron Olowin, Professor
Physics & Astronomy
School of Science

Haynes, M.P., Giovanelli, R., Martin, A.M., Hess, K.M., Saintonge, A., Adams, E.A.K., Hallenbeck G., Hoffman, G.L., Huang, S., Kent, B.R., Olowin, R. et. al. (2011). The Arecibo legacy fast ALFA survey: The alpha.40 HI source catalog, its characteristics and their Impact on the derivation of the HI mass function. Astronomical  Journal, 142 (5); 170. DOI: 10.1088/0004-6256/142/5/170
Katherine Perez, Professor
Teaching Leadership Program
Kalmanovitz School of Education

Perez, K. D. (2012). The co-teaching book of lists. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Katherine Perez, Professor
Teaching Leadership Program
Kalmanovitz School of Education

Perez, K. D. (2008). More than 100 brain-friendly tools and strategies for literacy instruction. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
Joan Peterson, Professor
Single Subject Program
Kalmanovitz School of Education

Peterson, J. (2011). Iterations of Babi Yar. Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 46(4), 585-598.
David Quijada, Associate Professor
Ethnic Studies 
School of Liberal Arts

Quijada Cerecer, D. A. (2010). “A white guy who doesn”t get it, or does he?’: a multilayered analysis of one activist’s effort to build coalitions across race. Race Ethnicity and Education, 13(2), 173–190. doi:10.1080/13613324.2010.483576
David Quijada, Associate Professor
Ethnic Studies 
School of Liberal Arts

Quijada Cerecer, D. A. (2010). “A white guy who doesn”t get it, or does he?’: a multilayered analysis of one activist’s effort to build coalitions across race. Race Ethnicity and Education, 13(2), 173–190. doi:10.1080/13613324.2010.483576
Martin Rokeach, Professor
Performing Arts
School of Liberal Arts

Rokeach, M. (2012). Sleepless night: For flute violin, cello and guitar. [Sheet Music]. USA: ALRY Publications.
Maria Luisa Ruiz, Associate Professor
International Area Studies, Modern Languages & Women’s Studies, School of Liberal Arts

Ruiz, Maria Luisa “Me enamore  de ti en un bazaar”: gender, consumption and class difference in AmarTeDuele.. Fifth International Conference on Film Theory and Analysis. Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. 1-3 October 2009.
Scott Schonfeldt-Aultman, Associate Professor
Communication, Ethnic Studies & Women’s Studies
School of Liberal Arts

Ellen Rigsby, Associate Professor
Communication
School of Liberal Arts

Schonfeldt-Aultman, Scott. (2009). Representations of sexuality: Heteronormativity & queer possibilities. In M. K. Dick, E. M. Rigsby, & S. M. Schonfeldt-Aultman (Eds). Communication & social understanding. Dubuque IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.
Arnav Sheth, Assistant Professor
Graduate Business 
School of Economics and Business Administration

Sheth, A. (2012). Hiring, Firing and Infighting: A Tale of Two Companies. Computational Economics, 40(2), 131–149. doi:10.1007/s10614-011-9306-7
Jeffrey Sigman, Professor
Chemistry 
School of Science

Bruce, L. A., Sigman, J. A., Randall, D., Rodriguez, S., Song, M. M., Yi Dai, Elmore, D. E., et al. (2008). Hydrogen bond residue positioning in the 599–611 loop of thimet oligopeptidase is required for substrate selection. FEBS Journal, 275(22), 5607–5617. doi:10.1111/j.1742-4658.2008.06685.x
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Kathleen Taylor, Professor
Educational Leadership
Doctoral Program, Kalmanovitz School of Education

Smith, M. C. & Taylor, K. (2010). Adult development. In C. E. Kasworm,  A. D. Rose & J. M. Ross-Gordon (Eds.).  Handbook of adult and continuing education (pp. 49-58).  Los Angeles: Sage.
Lysley Tenorio, Associate Professor
English, Ethnic Studies & 
Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
School of Liberal Arts

Tenorio, L. A. (2012). Monstress: Stories. New York: Ecco.
Suzy Thomas, Associate Professor
Counseling  Program
Kalmanovitz School of Education

Thomas, S. (2009). Key legal issues in helping relationships. In B. T. Erford (Ed.), The ACA encyclopedia of counseling. Alexandria, Va: American Counseling Association.
Mary True, Professor
Psychology
School of Science

Neto, R. & True, M. (2011). The development and treatment of impulsivity. PSICO, 42 (1) 134-141.
Suneel Udpa, Professor
Accounting 
School of Economics and Business Administration

Lehavy, R., & Udpa, S. (2011). Kmart: Predicting Bankruptcy, Fresh Start Reporting, and Valuation of Distressed Securities. Issues In Accounting Education, 26(2), 391-419.
Ellen Veomett, Assistant Professor
Mathematics & Computer Science
School of Science

Veomett, E. & Radcliffe, A.J. (2012). Vertex isoperimetric inequalities for a family of graphs on Z^k. The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, 19(2), 45-63.
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