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Performance Newsletter - Volume 4, Issue 9

Awards or Recognitions

Bradley K. Hobbs, Ph.D., College of Business, Finance and Accounting, "Elected to the Board of Directors", Association of Private Enterprise Education, May 1.

Walter Rodriguez, Ph.D., College of Business, Computer Information Systems and Decision Sciences, "Research Award - IABPAD January 2006 Conference (P", International Academy of Business and Public Administration, January 6.

Professional Presentations

Kevin Aho, PhD, College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, American Philosophical Association Central Division Meeting, American Philosophical Association, Chicago, Illinois, Illinois, April 26-30.

Cathy Duff, Ed.D., Dr. Dorothy Minear, FL Board of Governors; Mr. Thomas Bevins, FGCU; Dr. Denise Young, UCF; Dr. Robert Smallwood, UNF; Dr. Terri Flateby, USF; Dr. Uche Ohia, FAMU, Curriculum and Instruction, "Florida's Academic Learning Compacts: Shared Responsibility for Student Learning Outcomes in Undergraduate Education", 2006 Undergraduate Assessment Symposium, North Carolina State University, Office of Assessment, Raleigh, North Carolina, North Carolina, April 6-8.

Suzanna Henshon, Ph.D., Moira Joyce, College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, Invited Presentation at Blueberry Hill School Library, Blueberry Hill School, Longmeadow, Massachusetts, Massachusetts, June 1.

Suzanna Henshon, Ph.D., College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, "Talent Development and the Creative Writing Process: A Follow-Up Study of The Talent Search Writing Program Winners", The Eighth Biennial Henry B. & Jocelyn Wallace National Research Symposium on Talent Development, The Connie Belin & Jacqueline Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, Iowa, May 21-23.

Dennis Hunt, Ed.D., CSCS, College of Health Professions, Physical Therapy and Human Performance, "Enhancing Human Performance -- Utilizing the Periodization Paradigm", Guest Lecture , Panstwowoa Wyzsza Szkola Zawodowa w Raciborzu (The University of Raciborzu), Raciborzu, Poland, May 18.

Dennis Hunt, Ed.D. CSCS, College of Health Professions, Physical Therapy and Human Performance, "Paradigm of Periodization Training and Developing Athleticism to Enhance Human Performance", National Coaches Certification Conference, Polish Basketball Federation and AIA, Rybnik, Poland, May 19-21.

Jeffrie Jinian, MPA, College of Professional Studies, Dean's Office, "The Afghan and Iraq War Series", Renaissance Academy, FGCU Renaissance Academy, Fort Myers, Fl, Fl, April 1-May 1.

Charlie Mesloh, Ph.D., College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "Police Canine Scent Detection in Crime Scene Applications", 82nd Annual Forensic Chemistry Symposium, American Chemical Society, Orlando, Florida, Florida, May 11-12.

Thomas Roberts, Ed.D., Research and Sponsored Programs, "Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Certification", National Council of University Reserch Administrators Southeastern Region, National Council of University Research Administrators, Miami, FL, FL, May 7-10.

Russell Sabella, Ph.D., Mr. Mark Kuranz, College of Education, Graduate Studies, "Transforming the School Counselor Education Programís Curriculum to Meet the Needs of all K-12 Children", The Seventh Annual School Counseling , The Education Trust, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, FL, June 3-5.

Rebecca Totaro, PhD, College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, "My Curse hath a Great Way to Go: Fuel for the Malediction in Early Modern Drama", Joint Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America and Pacific Northwest Renaissance Society, Renaissance Society of America, San Francisco, March 23-25.

Janusz Zalewski, PhD, Andrew Kornecki, Nick Bruxius, College of Business, Computer Information Systems and Decision Sciences, "Assessment of Software Development Tools for Safety-Critical Real-Time Systems", 2005 National FAA/NASA Software and Complex Electronic Hardware Standardization Conference, FAA/NASA, Norfolk, Virginia, Virginia, July 26-28.


Kevin Aho, College of Arts & Sciences, Dean's Office, "Metontology and the Body-Problem in Being and Time", Auslegung: A Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 28 Issue 1, pp. 1-20.

Nicola Foote, PhD, College of Arts & Sciences, Social and Behavioral Scieneces, "Race, State and Nation in Early Twentieth Century Ecuador", Nations and Nationalism, Quarterly 2006, pp. 261-278.

Carl Pacini, Ph.D., J.D., CPA, James Bierstaker and Richard Brody, College of Business, Finance and Accounting, "Accountants' Perceptions Regarding Fraud Detection and Prevention", Managerial Auditing Journal, Vol. 21 Issue 5, pp. 520-535.