We extend kudos this week to faculty, staff and students who continue to distinguish themselves and MSU Denver through their accomplishments.
Bob Amend, chair and professor of technical communications and media production, presented the session “Undergraduate Research in Video Production Coursework” at the Broadcast Education Association District II conference in Nashville, Tenn.
Sociology student Dominic (Dee) Elliot is preparing to present primary research at the 43rd Annual Conference of the Urban Affairs Association in San Francisco. Her topic is on the economic redevelopment of the Jerome Park neighborhood along the Platte River and displacement of residents following a 1965 flood.
Beth Frederick, associate professor of management, is co-author of a paper titled "Panethnic Linsanity: Issues with Research on Discrimination in Sports" that was accepted for presentation and proceedings publications at the Intellectbase International Consortium Academic Conference in Las Vegas, Nev., Dec. 13-15.
Congratulations to the Army’s newest Master Sergeant Christopher Goodart, ROTC Commander of Cadets and instructor in the Military Science program. His rank was pinned on by his grandfather, a retired U.S. Army Master Sergeant, Nov. 1.
Carol Jensen, professor of health professions/integrative therapeutic practices, was invited to present on a panel at the International Congress of Educators in Integrative and Complementary Medicine on the topic of Undergraduate Integrative Programs.
Bruce Rengers, professor of health professions/nutrition, and Peggy Anderson, professor of special education, will participate in the International Faculty Professional Development Seminar to be offered in summer 2013 by the Council on International Educational Exchanges. Rengers will participate in “Botswana: Issues of Public Health,” and Anderson will participate in “French Notions of Disability and Difference.”
Apryl Rogers-Brodersen, assistant professor of management, has had research titled, "Group Projects that Work: Incorporating Student Feedback to Project Design," accepted for presentation at the MSU Denver Teacher Scholar Forum.
Helle Sorensen, professor of hospitality, tourism and events, wrote an abstract titled, “Viking Village Eco-Innovations” that was accepted into the Cornell Quarterly special issue.
Marilyn Starrett and Shaun Schafer, assistant professors of journalism, had their paper “When the Mentor is the Youngest Person in the Room” accepted for presentation at the Annual Mentoring Conference in Albuquerque, N. M.
Vaughn Toland, director of admissions, received the Hall of Fame Award and Michelle Brown, associate director of admissions, received the Outstanding Service Award at the Annual Conference of the Colorado Council on High School and College Relations.
Michael Wray, professor of hospitality, tourism and events, wrote a case study chapter and accompanying instructor’s manual for the 4th edition of the textbook “ID CaseBook.”
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