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Faculty Highlights 2012: Ruth S. Ammon School of Education

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Jane Ashdown wrote, with D. Burton, M. Hogan and D. Levinson, “A Counter-policy Collaboration Among Schools of Education: What Promise for Transforming Teacher Education?” in Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning, 7 (1), p. 45–43, 2012.


Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Cindy Arroyo published the book chapter, “The Impact of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Technology” in Translational Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology: Essays in Honor of Dr. Sadanand Singh, p 307–311 (San Diego: Plural Publishing, Inc., 2012). She wrote, with Robert Goldfarb and Elaine Sands, “Caregiver Training in an AAC Intervention for Severe Aphasia” in The Journal of Speech and Language Pathology—Applied Behavior Analysis, 5, p. 59–64, 2012. She presented: “Intervention Strategies for Pediatric Feeding and Oral-Motor Concern” at Long Island Speech and Myofunctional Therapy Centers, Stony Brook, NY, September 2012; “AAC Strategies for a Young Child with Cri du Chat Syndrome: A Case Report” at the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Pittsburgh, PA, August 2012; and “Family-centered Interventions for Young Children with Feeding and Swallowing Disorders” at the Young Adult Institute International Conference, New York, NY, May 2012. She presented, with Jessica Litwack, “New Directions in Augmentative and Alternative Communication” at Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY, March 2012.

Dana Battaglia and Robert Goldfarb, with M. Finik, presented “Word Association of Time-altered Auditory and Visual Stimuli in Autism” at the American Speech-Language- Hearing Association conference, Atlanta, GA, November 2012. Dr. Battaglia also presented, with R. Schwartz,“Word Association in Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders” at the same conference.

Renee Fabus published, with C. Stein, the book, A Guide to Clinical Assessment and Professional Report Writing in Speech-Language Pathology (Delmar/Cengage Learning, 2012). She wrote three of the book’s chapters: with N. Eichorn, “Assessment of Fluency Disorders”; with F. Gironda, “Assessment of Articulation and Phonological Disorders”; and, with F. Gironda and S. Musayeva, “Assessment of the Oral-Peripheral Speech Mechanism.” She produced, with Julia Yudes-Kuznetsov, the DVD, Case Studies of Children with Articulation and Phonological Disorders (San Diego: Plural Publishing, Inc., 2012). She and Lawrence Raphael, with S. Cron and B. Badke, presented “Electropalatography as an Intervention Tool for Clients with Articulation Disorders” at the 2012 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA, November 2012. Dr. Fabus also presented: “Speech and Language Development in Children” at the Valley Stream Library in Valley Stream, NY, April 2012; “Speech and Swallowing Disorders in Patients with Neurological Impairment” at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY, March 2012; and “Review of Existing Instruments for the Child Assessment: Communication,” a UNICEF Expert Consultation on the Measurement of Child Disability, New York, NY, June 2012.

Robert Goldfarb published the book, Translational Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology: Essays in Honor of Dr. Sadanand Singh (San Diego: Plural Publishing, Inc., 2012). He wrote two of the books chapters: with Lawrence Raphael, “An Acoustic Analysis of a Case of Amusia,” and, with M.J. Santo Pietro, “The Use of Sets in SLP Diagnosis and Treatment.” He published “Problems in Diagnosis: Dumping it in the Chocolate” in Plural Community, 27, p. 1–7, 2012. He presented, with Hope Baylow and R. Steinberg, “Swallowing and Neuromuscular Fatigue in Adults with Acute Stroke: A Videofluorographic Analysis” to the Dysphagia Research Society in Toronto, Canada, March 2012.

Reem Khamis-Dakwar published the following book chapters: with K. Froud, “Aphasia, Language, and Culture: Arabs in the U.S.” in Aspects of Multilingual Aphasia, p. 275–291, (Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 2012); and “Translational Display of Neurophysiological Investigations in Communication Sciences and Disorders” in Translational Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology: Essays in Honor of Dr. Sadanand Singh, p. 267–274 (San Diego: Plural Publishing, Inc., 2012). He published the following journal articles: with K. Froud, “MisMatch Negativity Responses in Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)” in the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 21 (4), p. 302–312, 2012; with V. Shafiro, E. Levy and A. Kharkhurin, “Perceptual Confusions of American English Vowels and Consonants by Native Arabic Bilinguals” in Language and Speech, 125 (4), 2012; and, with K. Froud and P. Gordon, “Acquiring Diglossia: Mutual Influences of Formal and Colloquial Arabic on Children’s Grammaticality Soon Ryoo presented the following: “The Paradox of Debt and Minsky’s Financial Instability Hypothesis” at the Research Network Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policies Annual Conference, Berlin, Germany, October 2012; with P. Skott, “Public Debt and Full Employment in a Stock-Flow Consistent Model of a Corporate Economy” at the Eastern Economic Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA, March 2012; and “Bank Profitability, Leverage and Financial Instability” at the The Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL, January 2012. Darko Skorin-Kapov published the following articles: with J. Skorin-Kapov and H. Podnar, “Core Node Location Problem: Heuristic Solvability via Tabu Search” in the International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management, 18 (1), p. 71–86, 2012; and, with J. Skorin-Kapov, “A Note on Steiner Tree Games” in Networks, 59 (2), p. 215–225, 2012. He presented, with J. Skorin-Kapov and H. Podnar, “Some Notes on Cost Allocation in Multicasting” and “A Meta-Heuristic Approach for Minimizing the Maximum Link Distance for the Core Node Location Problem (CNLP)” at the 14th International Conference on Operational Research, Trogir, Croatia, September 2012. Monica Yang wrote the book chapter, “Outward Foreign Direct Investment Strategies by Firms from Emergent Markets: Literature Review” in Current Topics in Management, Volume 16 (Edison: Transaction Publishers, 2012). She and Maryanne Hyland copublished “Re-Examining Mimetic Isomorphism: Similarity in Mergers and Acquisitions in the Financial Service Industry” in Management Decision, 50 (6), p. 1076–1095, 2012. Dr. Yang presented “Cross-border M&As Between China and Taiwan 1997–2010” at The School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, London, United Kingdom, September 2012. She also presented Judgments” in the Journal of Child Language, 39, p. 1–29, 2012. He presented the following: “The Study of Language Representation and Development in Arabic Diglossia: Promises, Pitfalls, and New Directions” at Essex University, Essex Arabic Linguistics Research Group, Essex, London, United Kingdom, October 2012; “Incorporating ERP Investigations in Communication Sciences and Disorders: A Clinical Perspective” at Hofstra University Spring Research Seminar, New York, NY, April 2012; and, with K. Froud, “Neurocognitive Modeling of the Two Language Varieties in Arabic Diglossia” at the Arabic Linguistics Symposium, New York, NY, March 2012. He participated in the following presentations at the 2012 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA, November 2012: with K. Scott and K. Froud, “Integrating Evidencebased Practice in Academic Training of Graduate Students”; with H. Alaskary, A. Benmamoun, H. Green and H. Ouali, “Linguistic Guidelines for Language Evaluation of Arab American Children Using CELF-4”; and, with K. Froud, “Neurophysiological Investigations in Communication Sciences & Disorders.” He participated in the following poster presentations at the same convention: with K. Scott, “Phonological Processing Skills in Children Adopted Internationally: A Neurophysiological Investigation”; and, with J. Hoffman, “Neurophysiological Indices of Semantic Processing in Children with IDDM.” He participated in three poster presentations at the Cognitive Neuroscience Symposium, Chicago, IL, April 2012: with K. Froud, “Longitudinal Changes in MMN and N400 Responses to Arabic Linguistic Features by Heritage and Non-heritage Learners of Arabic”; with J. Hoffman, “Neurophysiological Indices of Semantic Processing in Children with IDDM”; and, with K. Froud, M. Randazzo and F. Garcia, “MMN Responses in Acquired Apraxia of Speech: Evidence for Phonological Involvement.” Dr. Khamis-Dakwar wrote, with H. Al-Askary, A. Benmamoun, H. Ouali, H. Green, T. Leung and K. Al-Asbahi, Cultural and Linguistic Guidelines for Language Evaluation of Arab-American Children Using the Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals (CELF), an online resource funded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, September 2012.

Susan Lederer published the book chapter “Integrating Shared Book Reading and Yoga to Nurture the Whole Child,” in Translational Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology: Essays in Honor of Dr. Sadanand Singh (San Diego: Plural Publishing, Inc., 2012). She and Reem Khamis-Dakwar, with Joseph Hoffman and L. Visser, presented the poster, “Yoga for ADHD: A Behavioral & ERP Feasibility Case Study,” at the 2012 American Speech-Language- Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA, November 2012. Dr. Lederer also presented “Language, Literacy, and Yoga” at the Central New York Speech-Language- Hearing Association, Syracuse, NY, October 2012.

Yula Serpanos published, with A. Berg, the book chapter, “Noise Exposure and the Potential Impact on Hearing in the Pediatric Population” in Translational Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology: Essays in Honor of Dr. Sadanand Singh (San Diego: Plural Publishing, Inc., 2012). She presented, with A. Berg, “Surveillance of Childhood Hearing Impairments,” a UNICEF Expert Consultation on the Measurement of Child Disability, New York, NY, June 2012; and, with Lynn Spivak and C. Auerbach, “Audiologists in the ER: Efficacy of Intra-operative ABR Following Myringotomy and Tubes” at the New York Speech- Language-Hearing Association, Saratoga, NY, April 2012.


Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Dolapo Adeniji-Neill published the following: “Diaspora Fathers Speak: Looking Back to Move Forward: African Fathers’ Views of the Cultural and Educational Dimensions of Fatherhood” in The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 11 (15), p. 105–120, 2012; “Omoluabi: The Way of Human Being: An African Philosophy’s Impact on Nigerian Voluntary Immigrants’ Educational and Other Life Aspirations” in Ìrìnkèrindò: a Journal of African Migration, 5 (17), p. 1–29, 2011; and “Creating New Spaces for Learning: Fostering Experiential and Service Learning in a 9-12 School, Journeys Through the African American Past” in the Journal of Social Sciences, 8 (2), p. 202–206, 2012. She presented the following: “Promoting Capacity Through Cooperation Between Urban & Rural Women” at the 56th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, New York, NY, March 2012; “I Will Chant Homage to the Orisha: The Role of Folklore, Folktales and Praise songs in Yoruba Culture” at the Twelfth International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, Vancouver, BC, Canada, June 2012; “‘When Elephants Fight, the Grass Gets Trampled’: The Internal Displacement of Women and its Educational Implications” at the Seventh International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Universidad Abat Oliba CEU, Barcelona, Spain, June 2012; and, with B. van Wyk, “‘To Know is Not Enough’: Diaspora Fathers Conduct of Fatherhood, Teaching and Learning with their Children in a New World” at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada, April 2012.

Pavan Antony published the book, Segregation Hurts: Voices of Youth with Disabilities and Their Families in India (Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2012). He authored the article, “Understanding the History, Current Status & Future of Special Education in the United States” in the Loyola Journal of Social Sciences, 26 (2), p. 251–265, 2012. He presented: “Human Rights and Social Work Practice” at Human Rights Day in India, Calicut, India, December 2012; “The Significance of Cross-cultural Research and Exchange Program in Indo-American Context” at the Association of International Researchers of Indian Origin, Elmwood Park, NJ, August 2012; and “Transition Issues and Children with Disabilities,” at Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, India, January 2012.

Srilata Bhattacharyya presented “Differing Cultures and Different Perceptions of Technology: A Crosscultural Comparison of Computer Self-efficacy” at the Eighteenth International Conference on Learning, at the Institute of London, London, United Kingdom, July 2012; and “Complicating the Achievement Gap” at the Twelfth International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, May 2012.

Robert Danielowich published “Looking Through Different Lenses: How Preservice Teachers Use Practice-oriented Reflections to Negotiate More Reform-minded Identities” in the Journal of Science Teacher Education, 23 (4), p. 323–346, 2012; and “Other Teachers’ Teaching: The Influences of Peer Group Collaboration on Teacher Reflection and Learning” in The Teacher Educator 27 (2), p. 101–122, 2012. He presented “Looking Through Different Lenses: How Preservice Science Teachers Use Practice-oriented Reflections to Negotiate More Reform-minded Identities” at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Indianapolis, IN, March 2012.

Susan Eichenholtz presented “Use of Social Media: The Challenge for School Administrators” at the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration Summer Conference, Kansas City, MO, August 2012.

Daryl Gordon and Melanie Bush (College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Anthropology and Sociology), with J. Long and M. Stechel, presented “Teaching Borders and Boundaries: Anthropological Investigations into Citizenship Education” at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, November 2012. Dr. Gordon and Diana Schwinge copresented “Action Research: Joining Theory with Practice in ESL Teacher Education” at the TESOL Convention, Philadelphia, PA, March 2012.

Emily Kang, with J. Bianchini, published the book chapter, “Relationships Among Science Language, Concepts and Processes: A Study of English Learners in Junior High School Science Classrooms” in Moving the Equity Agenda Forward: Equity Research, Practice, and Policy in Science Education (New York: Springer, 2012). She also published, with J. Bianchini and G. Kelly, “Crossing the Border from Science Student to Science Teacher: Preservice Teachers’ Views and Experiences Learning to Teach Inquiry” in the Journal of Science Teacher Education, DOI 10.1007/s10972-012-9317-9. She, Mary Jean McCarthy and Faith Vaughn-Shavuo copresented “Strategies for Implementing Response to Intervention (RtI) in Light of the Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS)” at P.S. 203’s Superintendent’s Conference Day, New York, NY, September 2012.

Patricia Marcellino published, with D. Burton, the book chapter, “Leadership: The Role of School and District Administrators in Implementing RTI” in The Complete Guide to RTI: An Implementation Tool Kit, p. 154–173 (Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press, 2012). She also published “Preparing Educational Leaders for Social Justice, Action-learning, and Democratic Activism” in the International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 7 (3), p. 1–13, 2012. She presented “Sustaining Quality: Applying a Multidisciplinary Approach to a School Leadership Course as a Teaching & Learning Strategy in a Nationally Recognized Leadership Program” at the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration Summer Conference, Kansas City, MO, August 2012.

Mary Jean McCarthy published, with T. Concannon-Gibney, “The Explicit Teaching of Reading Comprehension in Science Class: A Pilot Professional Development Program” in Improving Schools, 15 (1), p. 72–88, 2012.

Anne Mungai published “Academic Achievement of Girls in Rural Schools in Kenya” in the African Education Review, 9 (1), p. 63–85, 2012; and presented “How to Include All Students” and “Multicultural Education and Comparative Education” at Assumption College, Changanacherry, Kerala, India, January 2012.

William Niles published, with Alan Cohen, “A Case-Based Analysis Preparation Strategy for Use in a Classroom Management for Inclusive Settings Course: Preliminary Observations” in SRATE Journal, 21 (1), p. 44–54, 2012.

Evelyn O’Connor published “Missing the Kindergarten Year: The Implication for First Grade Literacy Performance” in ENCOUNTER: Education for Meaning and Social Justice, 25 (4), p. 45–49, 2012; and, with B. Bisland and M. Malow, “Perspectives, Constraints and Practices in Social Studies Instruction: A Case Study of Alternatively Certified Elementary Teachers,” in the International Journal of Social Education, 24 (2) 2012. She presented “Can Emergent Literacy Learning Take Place without the Skill and Drill?: A Reggio Emilia Inspired Preschool” at the Northeastern Educational Research Association Conference, Rocky Hill, CT, October 2012.

Michael O’Loughlin published the foreword in Working with Trauma: Lessons from Bion and Lacan (Hillsdale: Analytic Press, 2012). He published the following book chapters: “Countering the Rush to Medication: Psychodynamic, Intergenerational, and Cultural Considerations in Understanding Children’s Distress” in International Handbook on Mental Health of Children and Adolescents: Culture, Policy & Practices (Delhi: Sage, 2012); and, with M. Charles, “Psychiatric Survivors, Psychiatric Treatments, and Societal Prejudice: An Inquiry into the Experience of an Extremely Marginal Group” in Critical Qualitative Research Reader (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2012). He published the following articles: with M. Charles, “Psychosis as a Social Ill” in Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, 18, p. 410–421, 2012; with A. Merchant, “Working Obliquely with Children” in Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 11, p. 149–159, 2012; and “Commentary on Alcorn & Massé: Troubling Pedagogy” in Eduçãcao Temática Digital (Brazilian Journal of Education), 13 (1), p. 252–57, 2012. He presented the following: “Psychological Sequelae of Torture” at the Bronx Human Rights Clinic, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY, May 2012; “Grand Rounds Lecture: Intergenerational Trauma: Clinical Implications” at the VA NY Harbor Healthcare System, Brooklyn, NY, February 2012; “Invited Master Teacher Presentation, Teaching Psychoanalysis” at Teachers’ Academy, the Annual Winter Meeting of American Psychoanalytic Association, New York, NY, January 2012; and “Psychosis and Social Justice: The Struggle for Connection and Place in Psychiatric Patients” at the Annual Meeting of the Division of Psychoanalysis of the American Psychological Association, Santa Fe, NM, April 2012. At the Alike/different: Navigating the Divide, Sixth Joint International Psychoanalytic Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, August 2012, Dr. O’Loughlin organized two symposia: “Talking Story: Psychoanalysis and Indigenous Healing Modes” and, with M. Charles, “Difference, Social Exclusion and Identity Formation: Challenges in Working with Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults,” for which Dr. O’Loughlin presented the paper, “Journeying Across Difference to a Place of Recognition in Working with Children.” He also organized the symposium, “Parallel Practice: Zones of Encounter in Psychology and Museums,” at the Annual Meeting of New York State Psychological Association, Saratoga Springs, NY, June 2012.

Shilpi Sinha and Devin Thornburg copublished “The Caring Teacher-Student Relationship in Public Education,” in ENCOUNTER: Education for Meaning and Social Justice, 25 (3), p. 23–30, 2012. Dr. Sinha and Lyudmila Bryzzheva copublished “Embodied Reimagining of Pedagogical Places/Spaces” in Educational Studies, 48 (4), p. 347–365, 2012. Dr. Sinha also published “Friendship and Responsible Teaching in Contrast to Effective Teaching” in Educational Philosophy and Theory, DOI:10.1080/00131857.2012.739083, 2012; “Revisiting the Ideal of Unity within American Public Education Informed by Multicultural Education” in The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, 11 (2), p. 129–140, 2012; and “Dialogue and Its Discontents: The Cognitive and Hermeneutic Forms of Dialogue” in the Philosophy of Education Society Yearbook 2011, p. 190–198, 2012. She authored the book chapter, “The Primacy of Relation,” in Dear Nel: Opening the Circles of Care (Letters to Nel Noddings), p. 23–25 (New York: Teachers College Press, 2012).


Department of Exercise Science, Health Studies, Physical Education and Sport Management

Angela Beale published “Fulfilling a Promise of Making a Difference: Creating Guards of Life with TPSR” in the International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education, 6, p. 249–266, 2012. She presented the poster, “Project Guard: Make-ASplash E.N.D.N.Y (End Needless Drowning New York),” at the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility Coalition Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, June 2012. She and S. Mavrek copresented two papers and copublished two abstracts at the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) 127th Annual National Convention, Boston, MA, March 2012: “Teachers’ Support Students’ Self-Efficacy and Achievement Behaviors in Swimming” and “Middle-School Students’ Goal Orientation and Effort in Learning to Swim.”

Kadi Bliss published, with H. Hudson and J. Vetro, “Effects of Text Messaging on College Students’ Perceptions of Personal Health” in The Health Educator, 44 (1), p. 28–35, 2012. She presented “Health Educators as a Think Tank: Recommendations for Health Care Reform Proposals and Potential Roles for the Profession” at the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) National Convention, San Francisco, CA, October 2012; and, with D. Ratnapradipa, J. Fetro and K. Preihs, “Addressing Asthma Triggers in University Residence Halls” at the SOPHE Midyear Scientific Conference, Nashville, TN, April 2012.

Paul Rukavina published the following: with W. Li, B. Shen and H. Sun, “Physical Education in the Eyes of Overweight or Obese Adolescents’ Parents” in the Journal of Sport Behavior, 35, p. 204–222, 2012; with W. Li, “The Nature, Occurring Contexts, and Psychological Implications of Weight-related Teasing in Urban Physical Education Programs” in the Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 83, p. 308–317, 2012; and, with W. Li and P. Wright, “Coping Mechanisms Against Weight- Related Teasing Among Overweight or Obese Adolescents in Urban Physical Education” in the Journal of Teaching Physical Education, 31, p. 182–199, 2012.

Meredith Whitley published, with E. Wright and G. Sabolboro, “Conducting a TPSR Program for an Underserved Girls’ Summer Camp” in Agora for Physical Education and Sport, 14, p. 5–24, 2012, and “The Ikhaya Sport Programs in the Kayamandi Township” in Agora for Physical Education and Sport, 14, p. 115–136, 2012; and, with L.A. Hayden and D. Gould, “Growing up in the Kayamandi Township: I. The Role of Sport in Helping Youth Overcome Challenges Within their Community” in Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 2012.

Anne Gibbone, Gregory Letter and Daniel Bedard, with J. DeMarzo and C. Klein, copublished Healthy and Sustainable Fundraising Activities: Mobilizing Your Community Toward Social Responsibility (Champaign: Human Kinetics, 2012).

Kevin Mercier, Sarah Doolittle and Mara Manson copresented “Measuring Student Achievement as Part of Teacher Appraisal” at the National Association for Sport and Physical Education Teacher Education Conference, Las Vegas, NV, October 2012. Dr. Mercier presented, with Scott Silverman, “Secondary School Students’ Attitudes Toward Fitness Testing” at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada, April 2012; and, at the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance National Convention, Boston, MA, March 2012. Dr. Mercier presented “Using Sport Education at the Secondary Level to Show Teacher Effectiveness” at the New York City Zone of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Bronx, NY, January 2012.

This piece appeared in the Erudition 2012 edition.
 
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