Faculty Achievements

February 12, 2014

Here are the latest scholarly accomplishments from the School of Education, Health, and Social Work and the School of Social Sciences, Business, and Global Studies.

School of Education, Health, and Social Work

achievement_Mary Baldwin seal Greg Corder, GTE adjunct faculty memberSecond edition of a book, Nonparametric Statistics: A Step-by-Step Approach, published by Wiley.
achievement_Mary Baldwin seal Kristin Dulaney, Baldwin Online and Adult Programs adjunct memberAn article, “PALS Online System: Bridging Assessment and Instruction,” to be published in the spring edition of Reading in Virginia, the journal of the Virginia State Reading Association, co-written by Michele Burke and Marcia Invernizzi.

School of Social Sciences, Business, and Global Studies

achievement_douglasdavis Doug Davis, director of the criminal justice programElected as chairman, Virginia Police Chiefs Foundation (VPCF), and chairman, VPCF training sub-committee.
achievement_brucejoffe Bruce Joffe, adjunct associate professor of communicationA book, The Gospel According to Facebook: Social Media and the Good News, accepted for publication by VBW Publishing, to be released during this spring semester.
achievement_danielmetraux Daniel Metraux, professor of Asian studies A paper, “The Malevolent Japanese Seizure of Korea in 1905 through the Eyes of Canadian Journalist Frederick Arthur McKenzie,” Southeast Chapter of the Association for Asian Studies conference, Duke University.
achievement_lauravanassendelft Laura van Assendelft, professor of political science A book chapter, “Entry-Level Candidates? Women as Candidates and Elected Officials at the Local Level,” in Women and Elective Office, edited by Sue Thomas and Clyde Wilcox.