Tadayuki Suzuki, Literacy Department, had a blog article titled “Reading, Teaching, and Discussing LGBTQ+ Family Stories with Elementary Students” published by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) in September.
Ashley Crossway, Kinesiology Department, coauthored a research article recently published in the Athletic Training Education Journal. It is titled “Program Directors’ and Athletic Training Students’ Educational Experiences Regarding Patient-Centered Care and Transgender Patient Care.”
Craig Foster, Psychology Department, had his article, “Race and the NFL: Teaching the chi-square goodness of fit test” published in September in Significance, a magazine published for the Royal Statistical Society and the American Statistical Association.
Rhiannon Maton, Foundations and Social Advocacy Department, recently had a co-authored article published in Journal of Educational Change. The article, “Educators Learning through Struggle: Political Education in Social Justice Caucuses,” explicates how five forms of political education support educators’ political learning within and beyond their unions.
Tyler Bradway, English Department, presented on a virtual roundtable, “Queer Kinship,” on Sept. 24 at University of North Carolina Greensboro in honor of his book, co-edited with Elizabeth Freeman, Queer Kinship: Race, Sex, Belonging, Form. The book is forthcoming with Duke University Press.
Jacqueline Dyke M ’08, Jason Page M ’12, Lynn Anderson and Susan Wilson, of the Recreation, Parks and Leisure Services Department, presented virtually at the 2021 American Therapeutic Recreation Association annual conference. Dyke and Wilson presented “Don't Farm It Out to Facebook: Using Your Skills to Design Interventions that Work.” Page presented with Patricia Stanko, MS TR-On ’21, “It’s a Long Road: Supervising a CTRS Candidate on the Equivalency Path to Certification.” Page also presented “The Status of Clinical Supervision in Therapeutic Recreation in 2020: A Follow Up Study” with Anderson and Melissa Zahl from the University of Utah. Additionally, Wilson presented with Jennifer Hinton from Western Carolina University, “How We Teach the Language of Disability: It’s Not All Person-First Anymore” as well as a solo and live presentation titled “Burnout and Compassion Fatigue.”
Tadayuki Suzuki, Literacy Department, recently had his article, “Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors: Exploring the 2020 Rainbow List,” published in Children and Libraries: The Journal of the Association for Library Service to Children. It was coauthored with Darryn Diuguid of McKendree University and Barbara Ward from the University of New Orleans.
Denise D. Knight, English Department, has had her monograph, “‘what our union once was’: Newly Recovered Letters from Charlotte Perkins Gilman to Martha Luther Lane,” published in the Fall 2021 issue of American Literary Realism.
Andrew Fitz-Gibbon, Philosophy Department, was named to a three-year term on the State University of New York’s Distinguished Academy Board on Sept. 23. This follows his appointment to Distinguished Service Professor by the SUNY Board of Trustees in June, a title conferred upon individuals who have given sustained outstanding service to the campus, SUNY, the community, the state of New York or the nation.
Jacqueline Augustine, Kinesiology Department, recently had her manuscript, “Sex differences in cardiovascular adaptations in recreational marathoners,” published in the European Journal of Applied Physiology.