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Performance Newsletter - Volume 8, Issue 5

Book Publication

Brian Fisher, J. Douglas Toma, Dennis A. Kramer II, Ed.D. , Housing and Residence Life, "The Uses of Intercollegiate Athletics: Opportunities and Challenges for the University.", Josey Bass, San Fransisco, CA, pp. pp. 125.

Jeff Sandoz, Ph.D., College of Education, College of Education Dean's Office, "Alcoholic Iliad/Recovery Odyssey: Utilizing Myth as Metaphor in Family Therapy with Addictions", Brown Walker Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida, pp. 256.

Barbara Stites, Ph.D., Library Services, "Advances in Library Administration and Organization/ An Unrelenting Need for Training", Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley, UK, pp. 219-282.

Dr. Irvin D. S. Winsboro, Ph.D. , Social and Behavioral Sciences, "Old South, New South, or Down South? : Florida and the Modern Civil Rights Movement", West Virginia University Press , Morgantown, West Virginia, pp. 260.

Professional Presentations

Mark Bradshaw Busbee, Ph.D., College of Arts and Sciences, Language and Literature, "The Degenerative Cultural Effects of English Translations of Navajo Ritual", The 125th Annual Modern Language Association Convention, Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 27-30.

Nicola Foote, PhD, College of Arts and Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences, "Claiming Atahualpa: The Nationalization of the Inca Past in Postcolonial Ecuador", American Historical Association Annual Conference, American Historical Association, San Diego, California, January 7-10.

Harvey Heckes, Social Work, College of Professional Studies, "Dimensions of Role Playing ", Southwest Unit Meeting , NASW Florida Chapter , Ft. Myers, Florida , Florida , January 28.

Barry Lipton, DDS, College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies , "Odontology", Forensic Science Training for Capital Litigators, Bureau of Justice Assitance and the NCSTL, Phoenix, Arizona, November 19-20.

Sandra Pavelka, Ph.D., College of Professional Studies, Public Affairs, "Incorporating Restorative Principles and Practices into Gender Specific Programming", PACE Center for Girls State Leadership Conference, PACE Center for Girls, Jacksonville, FL, January 14-15.


Lisa Crayton, PhD, College of Education, Graduate Studies , "100 Stars for Reading", Reading Today, Monthly , pp. 45.

Harvey Heckes, MSW, none, College of Professional Studies, Social Work, "From a Series of Hurricanes, a Field Education Coordinator Evolves", Reflections Narratives of Professional Helping , Quarterly , pp. pp. 56-62.

Jong-Yeop Kim, Ph.D., U.A. Whitaker School of Engineering, "Representation of Particulate Matter COD in Rainfall Runoff from Paved Urban Watersheds", Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, Monthly , pp. 113-132.

Kristopher Kimbler, Ph.D., Jennifer A. Margrett, College of Arts and Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences, "Older adults’ interactive behaviors during collaboration on everyday problems: Linking process and outcome", International Journal of Behavioral Development, Vol. 33 Issue 6, pp. 12.

Tunde Szecsi, Potter, G., Thirimurthy, V., Salakaja, M., College of Education, Undergraduate Studies, "Childhood Education", Children's literature to help young children construct understandings about diversity: Perspectives from four cultures., Quarterly , pp. 108-112.