COAS Faculty Research News

Recent Faculty Publications

College of Hospitality & Tourism ManagementDr. Patrick Tutka, assistant professor of Hospitality & Tourism Management, co-authored an article with colleagues from other institutions. NCAA e-sports 20XX: an analysis of radical innovation adoption through firm collaboration was published... read on →

Recent Faculty Publications

College of Arts and SciencesDr. Craig Rivera & Dr. Timothy Lauger of the Criminology & Criminal Justice Department co-authored the article The Protective Effects of Religious Group Membership, Service Attendance, and Scripture Reading on Binge Drinking among College Students in Pastoral... read on →

Recent Faculty Publications

College of Arts and SciencesDr. Virginia E. Glazier, Assistant Professor of Biology, co-authored the article "Puf4 Mediates Post-transcriptional Regulation of Cell Wall Biosynthesis and Caspofungin Resistance in Cryptococcus neoformans" in mBio.Dr. Talia Harmon, Professor and Chairperson of the... read on →

Recent Faculty Publications

College of Arts and SciencesDr. Susan Mason, Professor of Psychology, and Abbie Hibsch, NU alumnus, co-authored The New Age of Creative Expression: The Effect of Blogging on Emotional Well-Being, based on the latter's Honors Thesis.Dr. Milen Radell, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Dr. Donna... read on →

Recent Faculty Publications

College of Arts and Sciences Dr. Robyn Goacher, associate professor of chemistry, co-authored ToF-SIMS Imaging Reveals That P-Hydroxybenzoate Groups Specifically Decorate the Lignin of Fibres in the Xylem of Poplar and Willow in Holzforschung with colleagues from another institution. Dr. Talia... read on →

Recent Faculty Publications

College of Arts and SciencesDr. Michael Cassidy, assistant professor of criminal justice and criminology, co-authored Contextual Influences on the Sentencing of Individuals Convicted of Sexual Crimes with colleagues from other institutions in Sexual Abuse.Dr. Milen Radell, assistant professor of... read on →

Dr. Merkle Publishes Book

Dr. Judith Merkle, professor of religious studies, published Discipleship, Secularity, and the Modern Self: Dancing to Silent Music. It is also available as an electronic book.  read on →

Recent Faculty Publications

Dr. Petter Lovaas, associate professor of Computer & Information Sciences, and Glenn Papp, instructor in the Computer & Information Sciences Department, co-authored the Association for Information Systems conference paper Citizen Trust in the United States Government: Twitter Analytics... read on →

Recent Faculty Publications

Here are some recent faculty publications:College of Arts & SciencesDr. Timothy Lauger, associate professor of criminology & criminal justice, authored "Gangs, Identity, and Cultural Performance" in Sociology Compass. Dr. Carrie Teresa, assistant professor of communication studies,... read on →

Recent Faculty Publications

Here are some recent faculty publications:College of Arts & SciencesDr. Marlo Brown, associate professor of mathematics, co-authored “Teaching Poverty: Evaluation of Two Simulated Poverty Teaching Interventions with Undergraduate Nursing Students” in Journal of Nursing Education.Dr. Milen... read on →

Dr. Harmon Co-Authors Article

Dr. Talia Harmon, professor of criminal justice, co-authored A Statistical Analysis of Predictors Associated with the Dramatic Decline in Death Sentences in the United States in the Last Two Decades in Journal of Criminal Justice and Law. read on →

Dr. Teresa Publishes Article

Dr. Carrie Teresa, assistant professor of communication studies, published Steeled for the Challenges: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Gendered News Frames of Hillary Clinton in Battleground Coverage of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Critical Studies in Media Communication. read on →

Dr. Wichhart Publishes Book Chapter

Dr. Stefanie Wichhart, associate professor of history, published "The Iconography of Decolonisation in the Cartoons of the Suez Crisis, 1956" in Comic Empires: Imperialism in Cartoons, Caricature, and Satirical Art.    read on →

Dr. Teresa Publishes Article

Dr. Carrie Teresa, assistant professor of communication studies, published The Misinterpreted Grin: The Development of Discursive Knowledge About Race Through Public Memory of Louis Armstrong in Journal of Black Studies.  read on →

Dr. Kot Publishes Article

Dr. Paula Kot, associate professor of English, published Harriet Prescott Spofford’s Development of a Protestant Aesthetic for a Diverse Nation in European Journal of American Studies. read on →