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Performance Newsletter - Volume 5, Issue 6

Professional Presentations

Lenore Benefield, Matthew Kulmacz, Planning and Institutional Performance, "Developing an Online Student Assessment of Instruction Using SCT Banner, ASP, and Access", Southern Association of Institutional Research, SAIR, Arlington, VA, VA, October 14-17.

Cathy Duff, Ed.D., Mary Ann Zager, Curriculum and Instruction, 2007 Annual Conference, Florida Association for Institutional Research, Cocoa Beach, FL, FL, February 7-9.

Scott Karakas, Ph.D., Rebecca Totaro and Pamela Schreiber, College of Arts & Sciences, Curriculum and Instruction, "The University Conversation on General Education: A New Approach to Engaging a Campus in Issues of Assessment", General Education and Assessment: Engaging Critical Questions, Fostering Critical Learning, Association of American Colleges and Universities , Miami, Florida, Florida, March 1-3.

Reid Lennertz, MBA, Career Development Services, "Recruiting the Millennial Generation", Power Breakfast for Bosses Series, Southwest Florida Workforce Development Board, Fort Myers, FL, FL, February 14.

Pamella Seay, JD, College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "International Law Certification and the Florida Bar", LLM Program Lunch Series, Stetson University College of Law, Gulfport, FL, FL, February 13.


Kevin Aho, PhD, College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, "Acceleration and Time Pathologies: The Critique of Psychology in Heidegger's Beitrage", Time and Society, Vol. 16 Issue 1, pp. 25-42.

Kevin Aho, PhD, College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, "Animality Revisited: The Question of Life in Heidegger's Early Freiburg Lectures", Existentia: An International Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 16 Issue 5-6, pp. 379-392.

Scott Karakas, Ph.D., College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, "Of Blind Men and Elephants: Some Thoughts on a Learning-Centered Approach for Bridging the Gulf Between the Arts and Sciences", Oxford Forum on Public Policy Online ('sname.pdf), Winter 2007, pp. 49-61.

Carl Pacini, Ph.D., J.D., CPA, David Sinason, College of Business, Finance and Accounting, "Quit Tam Actions: Fighting Fraud Against Government", Journal of Financial Crime, Quarterly 2007, pp. 64-78.

Walter Rodriguez, Ph.D., Zalewski, J. and Kirche, E., College of Business, Computer Information Systems and Decision Sciences, "Beyond Intelligent Agents: E-Sensors for Supporting Supply Chain Collaboration", International Journal of E-Collaboration, Quarterly 2007, pp. 1-15.

Allan Shapiro, PH.D., College of Arts & Sciences, Mathematics and Science, "Nitric Oxide in Cell-to-Cell Communication Coordinating the Hypersensitive Response", Plant Cell Monographs: Nitric Oxide in Plant Growth, Development and Stress Physiology, Vol. 6 Issue , pp. 223-238.