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Rowan University College of Communication & Creative Arts

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

Below are recent accomplishments of members of the College of Communication & Creative Arts.

Adams, M. K. (2013, January–February). Image in catalog, “Lines,” Vermont PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, VT.

Albone, K. R. (2005, November). Adjusted load and instructional impact: Fostering the scholarship of teaching and learning–A progress report. Paper presented at the National Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Oxford, OH.

Albone, K. R. (2007, January). Transforming spoken English pedagogy and assessment from the communication studies perspective. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the English Teachers Association of Switzerland, Solothurn, Switzerland.

Albone, K. R. (2008). Assessment of progress for undergraduate majors in small departments: A faculty-student assembly. Assessment Update Journal, 20 (5), 11.

Albone, K. R. (2009). Workbook for interpersonal communication. Redding, CA: Horizon.

Albone, K. R. (2010, April). Cultural citizenship, forming identities, and pedagogy. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Albone, K. R. (2011, February). Workshop presented to Columbia University’s Engineers without Borders. New York, NY.

Albone. Ross, Seipke, Ross, & Albone, K. R. (2012). Understanding interpersonal communication (2nd ed.). Redding, CA: BVT.

Albone, K. (2013, October). “Department-Wide Assessment of the Seniors in the Major.” Presentation, Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN.

Albone, K. (2014, January). “Examination of a Small-Group Semester-Long Project: Realistic Application of Group Dynamics in Problem Solving.” Competitively Selected Presentation, World Universities Forum, Lisbon, Portugal.

Arnold, L. B. (2005). Don’t you know what causes that? Advice, celebration, and justification in a large families bulletin board. Communication Studies, 56 (4), 331-351.

Arnold, L. B. & Socha, T. (2006, November). Disabilities and the family communication classroom: A positive approach to managing conceptual, theoretical, and applied obstacles. Paper presented at a competitive panel for Applied Communication and First Vice President at the National Communication Association Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Arnold, L. B. (2006, November). Response to Three unique and challenging topics related to children: HIV status, transracial adoption, and death. Presented at the National Communication Association Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Arnold, L. B., & Doran, E. (2007). Stop before you hurt the kids: Communicating self-control and self-negation in femininity, mothering, and eating disorders. Women’s Studies in Communication, 30 (1), 310-319.

Arnold, L. B. (2007). “But that’s not how my family does it!:” Reducing the “Weird!” of cultural difference in family communication. In J. Branche, E. R. Cohn, & J. Mullennix (Eds.), Diversity across the curriculum (pp. 253-258). Bolton, MA: Anker.

Arnold, L. B. (2007, April). Feminist scholar, mother, woman… Intersections of contradiction. Paper presented at a competitive panel for Voices of Diversity Division at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Providence, RI.

Arnold, L. B. (2008). Family communication: Theory and research. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Arnold, L. B. (2008). Social support and empowerment for mothers on a pregnancy bulletin board. In L. B. Arnold (Ed.), Family communication: Theories and research (pp. 388-394). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Arnold, L. B. (2008). Empowered self. In A. E. Kinser (Ed.), Feminism and mothering in the third wave: Contemporary feminist journeys (pp. 136-139). Toronto: Demeter.

Arnold, L. B. (2008, November). Response to Mother may I?: Advances in mother-in-law research. Presented at the National Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

Arnold, L. B. (2008, November). Response to Communicating and embracing difference in families. Presented at the National Communication Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

Arnold, L. B. (2009). Review of the book Opting out: Why women really quit careers and head home, by P. Stone. Journal of Family Communication, 9 (2), 131-133.

Arnold, L. B. (2009). Locating the self and other in place and time: An autoethnographic and critical reading of Yellowstone Park past and present. The Review of Communication, 9 (3), 257-260.

Arnold, L. B. (2009, November). Let’s talk about sex: Methodological and theoretical issues in the field of family sexual communication. Paper presented at a competitive panel in Family Communication, National Communication Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

Arnold, L. B. (Respondent). (2009, November). Young adults’ relationships with family. Competitive Panel in Family Communication. National Communication Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

Arnold, L. B. (2010, April). Difference, diversity, and documentary: Teaching/learning about family diversity through film. Paper presented at a competitive panel in Voices of Diversity, Eastern Communication Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Arnold, L. B. (Chair & Moderator). (2010, April). Focus on the future: Voices of diversity. Competitive panel in Voices of Diversity, Eastern Communication Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Arnold, L. B. (2010, February). “Mothers first” to “mothers also”: The shifting focus of an online mothers community. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Arnold, L. B. (2010, November). It’s (Not) a Big Deal: Performing “Normality” and “Disability” in the Context of Chronic Pain. Paper presented at a competitive panel in Voices of Diversity, National Communication Association Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Arnold, L. B., Cypher, J. M., & Simone, M. A. (2011, April). True access and the spirit of universal design: The power of social change across communication education. Panel presentation at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Arlington, VA.

Arnold, L. B. (2011, April). It’s cheaper than therapy: Presence and absence in a long-term online mothers’ community—a 10-year follow-up. Paper presented at Voices of Diversity Interest Group at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Arlington, VA.

Arnold, L. B. (Participant). (2011, April). Panel, So you want to be an administrator? A roundtable on how to get there and what to expect once you’re there. Eastern Communication Association Conference, Arlington, VA.

Arnold, L. B. (Chair & Moderator) (2011, April). Panel, P.R.I.D.E.: Practical resources in diversity education. Eastern Communication Association Conference, Arlington, VA.

Arnold, L. B. (2011, April). Facilitating access for diverse audiences. Paper presented at the panel, P.R.I.D.E.: Practical resources in diversity education. Eastern Communication Association Conference, Arlington, VA.

Arnold, L. B. (2011). 10 years out–Presence and absence in a long-term online mothers’ community. In M. Moravec (Ed.), Motherhood online (pp. 73-97). Toronto: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Arnold, L. B. (2011, November). The voice of achievement: Best practices in senior projects and communication capstones. Paper presented at Competitive Roundtable Panel in Undergraduate College and University Section, “Programmatic Diversity and Capstone Experiences–Reflecting the Whole of the Field.” National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Arnold, L. B. (Participant). (2011, November). “They’ll Huff and Puff and Blow Your House Down: How Bullies Destroy Faculty, Morale, and Departments.” Competitive Roundtable Panel in Association for Communication Administration. National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Arnold, L. B. (2012, October). Negotiating feminism and activism at the table: Eating disorders, animal rights, body image, and feeding the family. Paper presented at the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender Conference, Tacoma, WA.

Arnold, L. (Chair). (2013, April). “Life Is a Body Shop: Researching the Intersections of the Female Body and Culture.” Eastern Communication Association Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.

Arnold, L. (2013, April). “I Don’t Know Where I Start and End: The Female Body and Family Roles.” Presentation, Eastern Communication Association Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.

Arnold, L. (2013, November). “Meeting Myself for Dinner: Negotiating the Multiplicity of Positionality while Feeding the Family.” Presentation, National Communication Association conference, Washington, DC.

Arnold, L. (2014, April). “Degrees of Separation: Guided Discussion of Sticky Issues of Identity.” Presentation, Eastern Communication Association meeting, Providence, RI.

Arnold, L. (Respondent). (2014, April). Panel, “Discourse and Dialogue on the Intersections of Identity and Ideology.” Eastern Communication Association meeting, Providence, RI.

Babb, T. (2009). Review of Black on the block, by M. Pattilo. Review of Communication, 9 (4), 330-31.

Babb, T. (2010, January). Social media’s impact on public relations and marketing practices. Paper presented at the Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce’s luncheon series, Vineland, NJ.

Babb, T. (2010, April). Tweet this: Reputation management in the age of social media. Paper presented at the Intercultural Communication Conference, Houston, TX.

Babb, T. (2010, Fall). Civic engagement in the digital age: Bridging the gap between social network sites, political campaigns, and public relations innovations across the diaspora. Paper presented at NCA.

Babb, T. (2012, June). The impact of New Media on public relations. Presentation at the Corporate Communications Conference, New York, NY.

Basso, J. (2009, October). Reviving the Fairness Doctrine: Will it level the Free Speech playing field or unjustly infringe on Free Speech rights? Paper presented at the IOAC Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Basso. FitzGerald, S., & Basso, J. (2009, November). The resurrection of the Fairness Doctrine and its implications for public relations education and practice. Paper presented at the Public Relations Society of America Educator’s Academy, San Diego, CA.

Basso, J. (2010, June). Corporate communication and the impact of legislative actions and court decisions on the business community. Paper presented at the Conference on Corporate Communication.

Basso. FitzGerald, S., & Basso, J. (2012, April). Public relations in China—On the continuum from propaganda to symmetric communication. Paper presented at the Center for Global Public Relations’ Global Research Conference, Charlotte, NC.

Basso. FitzGerald, S., & Basso, J. (2012, June). A case study of corporate public relations in China: Will China follow the same path as other industrialized nations? Presentation at the Corporate Communications Conference, New York, NY.

Basso. FitzGerald, S., Sadovskaya, J., & Basso, J. (2013, April). “Public Relations and Its Development in Former Soviet Nations: A Comparison among Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, and the United States for the Millennial Generation.” Presentation, Center for Global Public Relations Conference, Charlotte, NC.

Basso. Fitzgerald, S., Basso, J., & Costanzo, M. (2013). “Comparing the Efficacy of New Media Communication in Nonprofit, For-profit, Government, and Educational Organizations.” Presentation, International Public Relations Research Conference.

Basso, J. (2013, June). “You’re Not That Special: How Misuse of Social Media among Job Seekers Has Changed the Recruitment Landscape.” Presentation, Conference on Corporate Communication, New York, NY.

Basso, J., & Vilceanu, O. (2013, June). “Baby Boomers and Social Media.” Presentation, Conference on Corporate Communication, New York, NY.

Bateman, L. (Proofreader). (2010). Finding your way: Navigating life by understanding your learning self, by C. Johnston. Glassboro, NJ: Let Me Learn.

Bateman, L. (Proofreader). (2010). Strategic learning: A guide to understanding your learning self, by C. Johnston. Glassboro, NJ: Let Me Learn.

Bennett, T. (2010). Lost encyclopedia. New York, NY: DK.

Berkey-Gerard, M. (2011, April). Public broadcasters venture into online hyperlocal news: A case study of Newsworks.org. Paper presented at the 12th International Symposium on Online Journalism, Austin, TX.

Berkey-Gerard, M. (2011, August). Building blocks for multimedia storytelling. Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Berkey-Gerard, M. (2012, June). The Obama “hope” poster: A case study in copyright and fair use. Journalism Interactive Educator website, CQ Publishing.

Berkey-Gerard, M. (2012). “From Journalism Students to Local News Entrepreneurs.” “#ISOJ: The Official Journal of the International Symposium on Online Journalism,” 2(2).

Berkey-Gerard, M. (Blogger). (2012). Campfire journalism: Teaching interactive storytelling. http://markberkeygerard.com/

Berkey-Gerard, M. (2012, April). From journalism students to local news entrepreneurs: A case study of technically media. Presentation at the International Symposium on Online Journalism, Austin, TX.

Berkey-Gerard, M. (2012, March). Developing a multimedia lexicon. Presentation at the National Press Photographers Association’s Visual Educators Teach-a-Thon, Fairfax, VA.

Berkey-Gerard, M. (2013). “Hyperlocal after the Hype: What Public Broadcasters Learned by Venturing into Local Online News. ”Electronic News,” 7( 1).

Berkey-Gerard, M. (2013, March). “Integrating Mobile Devices into the Classroom.” Presentation, Northern Short Course of the National Press Photographers Association, Elizabeth, NJ.

Berkey-Gerard, M., & Garyantes, D. (2013, April). “The Student Experience: Using Mobile Technologies in Reporting.” Presentation, extended abstract, 2013 New Jersey Communication Association conference, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Florham Park, NJ.

Berkey-Gerard, M. (2013). “Hyperlocal After the Hype: What Public Broadcasters Learned by Venturing into Local Online News.” In “Electronic News.”

Berkey-Gerard. Garyantes, D., & Berkey-Gerard, M. (2013). “The Student Experience: Using Mobile Technologies in Reporting.” Presentation, New Jersey Communication Association conference, Farleigh Dickinson University.

Bianculli, D., Donovan, M., & Nicolae, D. Talking pictures/writers. [Video series pilot]. Writers Guild of America East Foundation.

Bianculli, D. (2009). Dangerously funny: The uncensored story of the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.

Bianculli, D., & Donovan, M. (2010). Presentation at Broadcast Education Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Bianculli, D. (2010, March). Smothered by research. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Bianculli, D. (2011, March). Presentation at Writer’s House Luncheon Lecture, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

Bianculli, D. (2011, March). JewTube: Jewish portrayals in the media. Paper presented at Temple Beth Shalom, Cherry Hill, NJ.

Bianculli, D. (Guest Host). (2012). Fresh Air with Terry Gross. NPR.

Bianculli, D. (TV Critic). (2012). Fresh Air with Terry Gross. NPR.

Bianculli, D. (Editor and Contributor). (2012). TV Worth Watching, www.tvworthwatching.com.

Bianculli, D., & Donovan, M. (2012, April). Rowan University presents: A conversation with Vince Gilligan. Presentation at the Broadcast Education Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Bianculli, D. (Keynote speaker). (2012, November). American Public Television convention, Ft. Myers, FL.

Bianculli, D. (2013, Spring). “Dossier: Dennis Potter in America.” In “Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies,” (8, 1).

Bianculli, D. (Moderator). (2013, April). “Rowan University Presents a Conversation with… Graham Yost, the Creator/Producer of ‘Justified.’” Panel, Broadcast Education Association, Las Vegas, NV.

Bianculli, D. (Panelist). (2012, October). “Ernie Kovacs: Video Art for the Intimate Vacuum.” Panel, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Bierman, J. (Writer & Director). Some words with a mummy. [Film].

Bierman, J. (2007). Review of The way Hollywood tells it, by D. Bordwell. Journal of Popular Film and Television.

Bierman, J. (2007). (Writer). Safe and secure. [Screenplay].

Bierman, J. (2007, August). What The Quiet Man said: Shifting contexts and the polysemy of the text. Paper presented at the University Film and Video Association Conference, Denton, TX.

Bierman, J. (Director). (2008). The open window. [Film]. New Jersey International Film Festival at Rutgers, New Brunswick, NJ. Downbeach Film Festival, Margate, NJ.

Bierman, J. (2008, March). Global flows and narrative drifts: Cross-cultural fusion in the films of Irish filmmaker Jim Sheridan. Paper presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Bierman, J., & Thwing, J. (2008, November). Curricular convergence. Paper presented at the International Digital Media & Arts Association, Savannah, GA.

Bierman, J., & Nicolae, D. (2008, August). Preproduction for the classroom: Promoting significant learning experiences through production course design. Paper presented at the University Film and Video Association Conference, Colorado Springs, CO.

Bierman, J. (Panelist). (2009). Is this the real world or the classroom: What’s the difference? University Film & Video Association Conference.

Bierman, J., Vallath, C., Berkey-Gerard, M., Hausman, C., Simone, M., Moore, E. H., & Wolff, W. I. (Panelists). (2009). New media. College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Bierman, J. (2010, September). What The Quiet Man said. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Bierman, J. (2010, August). The dangers of losing one’s accent: Irish filmmaker Jim Sheridan’s recent films in America. Paper presented at the University Film and Video Association Conference, Burlington, VT.

Bierman, J. (2011). High-definition SLR course conversion. [Rowan University Career Development Grant]. Glassboro, NJ.

Bierman, J. (2011). What The Quiet Man said: Shifting contexts and the polysemy of the text. Journal of Film and Video, 63 (3).

Bierman, J. (Chair). (2011, August). Panel, Old Wine in New Wine Skins: Teaching Traditional Perspectives and Skills with New Technologies. University Film and Video Association Conference: The Future of Media Education, Bozton, MA.

Bierman, J. (2011, August). Filmmaking not file making. Paper presented at the University Film and Video Association Conference: The Future of Media Education, Boston, MA.

Bierman, J. (2011, August). Defining creative: Demonstrating the value of our work to university committees. Paper presented at a panel discussion, Tenure and Promotion: Navigating the Process, University Film and Video Association Conference: The Future of Media Education, Boston, MA.

Bierman, J. (Moderator). (2012). “Tenure And Promotion: Navigating The Process.” Panel, University Film and Video Association. Columbia College, Chicago, IL.

Bierman, J. (Reviewer). (2013, Spring). “The Editing Room Handbook: How to Tame the Chaos of the Editing Room.” In “Journal of Film & Video,” Vol. 65. 1-2.

Biesen, S. C. (2005). Blackout: World War II and the origins of film noir. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins Press.

Biesen, S. C. (2007). Reforming Hollywood gangsters: Crime and morality from populism to patriotism. In A. Silver & J. Ursini (Eds.), The gangster film reader. Pompton Plains, NJ: Limelight.

Biesen, S. C. (2007). West Side Story, Kennedy’s Camelot, and American national identity in 1961. Paper presented at the International Conference on the Arts and Humanities.

Biesen, S. C. (2008, March). Globalization, the cult of celebrity commodity, and the American Idol franchise. Paper presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Biesen, S. C. (2009). Coming attractions: Reading American movie trailers. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television.

Biesen, S. (2009). Turner Classic TV documentary. [Television Broadcast].

Biesen, S. C. (2009). Presentation at Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, HI.

Biesen, S. (2010). Affair in Trinidad. In A. Silver, E. Ward, J. Ursini, & R. Porfirio (Eds.), Film Noir: The encyclopedia. New York, Overlook Press.

Biesen, S. (2010). Gaslight. In A. Silver, E. Ward, J. Ursini, & R. Porfirio (Eds.), Film Noir: The encyclopedia. New York, Overlook Press.

Biesen, S. C. (2010). Presentation at Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, HI.

Biesen, S. C. (2010, November). Jazz, crime and moral retribution. Paper presented at the Film and History Conference.

Biesen, S. C. (2011, January). The shifting style of film noir. Paper presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.

Biesen, S. C. (2012). Film Noir and other genres. Presentation at the Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.

Biesen, S. (2010-12). “Driven To Darkness: Jewish Émigré Directors and the Rise of Film Noir.” In “American Jewish History,” 96.1, 89-91.

Biesen, S. (2012). “Censorship, Authorship and Selling Stars: Hitchcock’s ‘Rebecca’ and ‘Suspicion.’” Presentation, Literature-Film Conference, York, PA.

Biesen, S. (2012). “Creating Stars and Hollywood Mythmaking: Constructing Screen Personas and Selling Identity in Hitchcock’s ‘Suspicion.’” Presentation, Film and History Conference, Milwaukee, WI.

Biesen, S. (2013). ”Classical Hollywood Directors and the Development of Film Noir.” In “Conference Proceedings,” International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Hawaii Univ., Manoa, HI.

Biesen, S. (2013). “Classical Hollywood Directors and the Development of Film Noir.” Presentation, International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Hawaii Univ., Manoa, HI.

Biesen, S. (2014). “Music in the Shadows: Noir Musical Films.” MD: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press.

Biesen, S. (2014, January). “The Development of Film Noir and Other Film Genres.” Presentation, Hawaii International conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, HI.

Block, R. (2005). Creating a patterned text. AWP Pedagogical Papers: Associated Writing Programs.

Block, R. (2005, April). Group leader at One poem & Entering the poem, Common Gathering, Dodge Poetry in the Schools Program, Princeton Day School, Princeton, NJ.

Block, R. (2006). Recognizing pattern and revising toward a patterned text. AWP Pedagogical Papers: Associated Writing Programs.

Block, R. (2006). For Thomas, in glasses, at 15 months. The Southern Review 42, (2).

Block, R. (2006). Home movies. The Southern Review, 42 (2).

Block, R. (2006). Late elegy. The Southern Review, 42 (2).

Block, R. (2006). Pumpkin. Prairie Schooner, 80 (4), 170-172.

Block, R. (2006). Sink and trough. Prairie Schooner, 80 (4), 170-172.

Block, R. (2006). Kafkaesque. Prairie Schooner, 80 (4), 170-172.

Block, R. (2006). Welding mask. The Southern Review, 42 (2).

Block, R. (2006, September 28-October 1). Poetry Reading at the Geraldine T. Dodge Poetry Festival, Waterloo Village, Stanhope, NJ.

Block, R. (2006, April). Group leader at Where is poetry? & Entering the Poem, Common Gathering, Dodge Poetry in the Schools Program, Princeton Day School, Princeton, NJ.

Block, R. (2006, March 23-May 4). Group leader at Clearing the spring, tending the fountain, Dodge Poetry in the Schools Program, Haddon Heights High School, Haddon Heights, NJ.

Block, R. (2006, May). Visiting writer at the Cumberland County Teen Arts Day, Millville, NJ.

Block, R. (2006, April). Visiting poet at the Cumberland Mini-festival, Cumberland Regional High School, Cumberland County, NJ.

Block, R. (2006, March 23-May 4). Group leader at Clearing the spring, tending the fountain, Dodge Poetry in the Schools Program, Millville High School, Millville, NJ.

Block, R. (2006, March). Keynote speaker, facilitator & presenter at the Creative Writing/Creative Teaching Pedagogy Forum at the Associated Writing Programs Conference, Austin, TX.

Block, R. (2007). Concerning freaks, book clubs, and the unbearable distances of the plains. In Ladette Randolph (Ed.), The big empty. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.

Block, R. (2007). Encouraging the reading and rereading of poetry. AWP Pedagogical Papers: Associated Writing Programs.

Block, R. (2007, Fall). Shame. Nebraska presence. Omaha, NE: Backwaters.

Block, R. (2007, Fall). Strip joint. Nebraska presence. Omaha, NE: Backwaters.

Block, R. (2007, September). Poetry reading at the Warren County Poetry Festival, Blair Academy, Blairstown, NJ.

Block, R. (2007, April). Poetry reading at the Cumberland Mini-festival, Cumberland Regional High School, Cumberland County, NJ.

Block, R. (2007, April). Presenter & group leader at the Common Gathering, Dodge Poetry in the Schools Program, Princeton Day School, Princeton, NJ.

Block, R. (2007, March 15-April 28). Group leader at Clearing the spring, tending the fountain, Dodge Poetry in the Schools Program, Holy Cross High School, Delran, NJ.

Block, R. (2008, November). Poetry reading at the Betty June Silconas Poetry Center, Sussex County Community College, Newton, NJ.

Block, R. (2010, November). Reading from Welding Wand. College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Block, R., Frederick, M., Chudzik, L., Itzkowitz, M., & Jahn-Clough, L. (2013). Reading, Barnes & Noble, Glassboro, NJ.

Brand, K. Laptop experiment. [Provost Grant for $30,000]. Glassboro, NJ.

Brand, K. (Producer, Writer, & Editor). (2008, September 10). The blob. [Radio broadcast]. On All things considered. NPR.

Brand, K. Low-power FM radio. [Rowan University Non-Salary Faculty Grant]. Glassoboro, NJ.

Brand, K. (Producer, Writer, & Editor). (2011, January 22). Opera at the Met: 80 seasons on the radio. [Radio broadcast]. On Weekend edition Saturday. NPR.

Brand, K. (2011, March). Opera at the Met: 80 seasons on the radio. Presentation at the Duke University Center for Documentary Studies Listening Institute.

Brand, K. (2011, April). Audio documentary in the age of This American life. Paper presented at the Broadcast Education Association.

Brand, K. (2011). Developing a gateway production experience. Journal of Media Education, 2 (4), 11-16.

Brand, K. (2012). Communication policy and a divided congress: The passage of the local community radio act. Paper presented at the Broadcast Education Association Conference.

Brand, K. (Moderator). (2012). “Ten Years after the Introduction of LPFM: Low Power to the People.” Panel, Broadcast Education Association Conference.

Brand, K. (Moderator). (2013, April). “The Collaborative Documentary Project.” Panel, Broadcast Education Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Brand, K. (Moderator). (2013, April). “Best Practices for Audio Production.” Panel, Broadcast Education Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Brand, K. (2013, April). “The Personal Audio Doc: Using Personal Storytelling as an Introductory Production Experience.” Presentation, Broadcast Education Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Brand, K. (Producer, Writer). (2013, August 3). “A New Class of Radio Rolls into the City.” Radio broadcast, Weekend Edition Saturday. NPR.

Brand, K. (Participant). (2013, August). “Student Activism: Using the Power of Student Documentary Storytelling to Create Awareness of Social Problems.” Panel, University Film and Video Association conference, Orange, CA.

Brand, K. (Participant). (2014, April). “Best Practices for Audio Production.” Panel, Broadcast Education Association conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Chang, J. Submitting to literary magazines: What do editors want? How do you get their attention?

Chang, J. Speed-editing, children’s stories.

Chang, J. Master class for senior creative writing students.

Chang, J. (2007, April). Review of The nonfictionist’s guide: Notes on the fourth genre for readers and writers.

Chang, J. (2004). Red stain on yellow dress. Mangrove. Selected to be performed December 2007 as part of the Philadelphia Interact Theatre Writing Aloud series.

Chang, J. (2007, March). Name. Paper presented at Women Work With Words, Montclair Museum.

Chang, J. (Administrator). (2008, Spring). Rowan University biennial literary awards program. Glassboro, NJ.

Chang, J. (2008, October). Presenter at the Push to Publish Conference, Rosemont College.

Chang, J. (2008). Presenter at Writing the Novel, Camden Creative Arts High School.

Chang, J. (Creative nonfiction editor). (2008, Fall-present).Philadelphia Stories.

Chang, J. (Consultant). (2008, Summer-present). 322 review. Glassboro, NJ.

Chang, J. (2010, November). Reading from “Diana’s Dresses.” College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Chang, J. (2012, Fall). “Local Author Profile: Thaddeus Rutkowski.” In “Philadelphia Stories.”

Chang, J. (2012, August). “Mimi Malloy.” Reading, Vermont College of Fine Arts Post-Graduate Writers’ Conference. Montpelier, VT.

Chang, J. (2014). “Mimi Malloy, At Last.” NY: Picador.

Chang, J. (2014, Spring). “Dancing with NED.” In “Alaska Quarterly Review.”

Chudzik, L. A. (Participant). (2010, March). Panel, Public turn, professional pull: Divining the discipline in a community writing course. Conference on College Composition and Communication.

Chudzik Block, R., Frederick, M., Chudzik, L., Itzkowitz, M., & Jahn-Clough, L. (2013). Reading, Barnes & Noble, Glassboro, NJ.

Chudzik, L., & Reavey, R. (2013, May). "Re-Imagined Thesis: A Hands-on, Multi-Media Approach to Teaching Thesis Statements." Presentation, New Jersey Writing Alliance Conference, Middlesex County College, Edison, NJ.

Conradi, J. (2013, November). Exhibition of work at “Department of Art Faculty Exhibition,” Rowan Univ., Glassboro, NJ.

Conradi, J. (2013, March). Exhibition of work at “AIGA National End Gun Violence Poster Exhibition.” http://endgunviolence.aiga.org/jan-conradi.php

Courtney, J. (2005, October). Domestic discourse: Alternatives to “women’s work.” Paper presented at the Fifth Biennial International Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference, Houghton, MI.

Courtney, J. (2005, March). Clean like a man: Persuasion and gender roles in lifestyle advice for men. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Francisco, CA.

Courtney, J., & Wettach, G. (2006). Talk about style: Joan Rivers, QVC discourse, and stardom. Studies in Popular Culture, 28 (3), 111-128.

Courtney, J. (2006, April). “I want to feel like a princess on my wedding day”: Rhetoric and emotional cliché in American bridal magazines. Paper presented at the National Popular Culture/American Culture Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Courtney, J. (2007, April). Not quite Felix Unger: Domestic advice for real men. Paper presented at the National Popular Culture/American Culture Conference, Boston, MA.

Courtney, J. (2007, March). “You teach engineers?”: Reflections on the identity, status and role of the writing teacher in the WID classroom. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, New York, NY.

Courtney. Riddell, W., Courtney, J., Constans, E., Dahm, K., Harvey, R., & von Lockette, P. (2008). Connections between engineering design and technical writing in an integrated instructional setting. Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal, 2 (4), 37-44.

Courtney. Tardy, C., & Courtney, J. (2008). Pedagogical tasks and writing assignments. In P. Friedrich (Ed.), Teaching academic writing (pp. 73-92). New York, NY: Continuum.

Courtney, J. (2008, April). Building and sustaining an independent writing major: Insights from a decade of departmental experience. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, New Orleans, LA.

Courtney, J. (2009). Real men do housework: Ethos and masculinity in contemporary domestic advice. Rhetoric Review, 28 (1), 66-81.

Courtney. Giberson, G., Ostergaard, L., Clary-Lemon, J., Courtney, J., Kinney, K., & Lucas, B. (2009, Summer). A changing profession changing a discipline: Junior faculty and the undergraduate major. Composition Forum, 20. http://compositionforum.com.

Courtney. Riddell, W., Courtney, J., Constans, E., Dahm, K., Harvey, R., & von Lockette, P. (2010). Making communication matter: Integrating instruction, projects and assignments to teach writing and design. Advances in Engineering Education, 2 (1), 1-31.

Courtney, J., Tweedie, S., & Wolff, W. I. (2010). What exactly is this major?: Creating disciplinary identity through an introductory course. In G. Giberson & T. Moriarty (Eds.), What we are becoming: Developments in undergraduate writing majors (pp. 260-276). Logan, UT: Utah State University Press.

Courtney, J., Martin, D., & Penrod, D. (2010). The Writing Arts Major: A work in process. In G. Giberson & T. Moriarty (Eds.), What we are becoming: Developments in undergraduate writing majors (pp. 243-259). Logan, UT: Utah State University Press.

Courtney, J. (2011, April). The bottom line: Self-supporting graduate programs in writing. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA.

Courtney, J. (2011, November). On site: Graduate program administration as disciplinary research. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Courtney, J. (2013, March). “‘Use It Up, Wear It Out, Make It Do, or Do Without!’ Domestic Advice and Frugality from the 1940s until Today.” Presentation, National Popular Culture/American Culture Conference. Washington, DC.

Cuddy, C. (Proofreader, Designer, & Producer). (2002–2005). Asphodel: A literary journal. Glassboro, NJ: Rowan University, Writing Arts MA Program.

Cuddy, C. (Editor). (2003 -2004). AFTerwords. Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ: Rowan University, AFT Force Retirees’ Chapter.

Cuddy, C. (Writer, Editor, Designer, & Producer). (2005). Medallion awards banquet booklet. Glassboro, NJ: Rowan University, Senate Medallion Awards Committee.

Cuddy, C. (Editor, Designer, & Producer). (2005). PROS referral booklet. Glassboro, NJ: Rowan University, Vice President for Student Affairs Office.

Cuddy, C. (Editor, Designer, & Producer). (2005). Scholarship awards banquet booklet. Glassboro, NJ: Rowan University Scholarship Committee.

Cuddy, C. (Editor, Designer, & Producer). (2005). Time out for questions. Glassboro, NJ: Rowan University Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.

Cuddy, C. (Editor, Designer, & Producer). (2005-2007). Senior medallion awards information booklet. Glassboro, NJ: Rowan University Senate Medallion Committee.

Cuddy, C. (2005-2007). QuarkXPress tips for faculty. Monthly presentation to faculty, Glassboro, NJ: Rowan University College of Communication.

Cuddy, C. (Editor, Designer, & Producer). (2006-2008). College of Education awards ceremony brochure. Glassboro, NJ: Rowan University College of Education.

Cuddy, C. (Editor, Designer, & Producer). (2011). Nephrology nursing scope and standards of practice (7th ed.). Pitman, NJ: American Nephrology Nurses’ Association.

Cypher, J. M. (2005, November). Disability and parenting: Representations of consequence. Paper presented at the Top Paper Panel, National Communication Association, Boston, MA.

Cypher, J. M. (2006, November). Case study three. Paper presented at Creating classroom climates for effective communication with students with disabilities: A case study. A Roundtable Symposium (D. Worley, Chair), conducted at the National Communication Association, San Antonio, TX.

Cypher, J. M. (2006, November). Disability as metanarrative: A communicative analysis. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, San Antonio, TX.

Cypher, J. M., & Martin, D. (2006, April). Disability, normalcy and social justice: Pedagogy as transformative tool. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Cypher, J. M. (2007). Universal access for audiences: Adapting the public speaking experience. In B. S. Hugenberg & L. W. Hugenberg (Eds.), Teaching ideas for the basic course: Vol. 11 (pp. 73-76). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Cypher, J. M. (2007, November). Embodying disability: Taking a stand between essentialism and social constructionism. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Cypher, J. M. (2007, April). Disabling classroom engagement: Disability studies, open discourse and intersecting identities. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association, Providence, RI.

Cypher, J. M., & Martin, D. (2008). The mobius strip: Team teachers reflecting on disability studies and critical thinking. Disability Studies Quarterly, 28 (4), www.dsq-sds.org.

Cypher, J. M. (2008). Disability and parenting: Representations of consequence. In L. B. Arnold (Ed.), Family communication theories and research (pp. 355-363). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Cypher, J. M. (2008, November). Pedagogy and theory. Paper presented at The study of communication and disability: A community conversation. A Roundtable Symposium (J. Ferris, Chair), conducted at the National Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Cypher, J. M. (2008, November). The curtain or the self? Face, disability, and transplantation. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Cypher, J. M., & Martin, D. (2008, November). Undressing the body: Frameworks for change in disability discourse. Poster session presented at the National Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Cypher, J. M. (2009). Disability issues caucus: Expanding commitments. Spectra, 45 (4), 5.

Cypher, J. M. (2009, November). Disability Studies, communication and pedagogy: An intersection for change. Paper presented at a roundtable symposium (J. M. Cypher, Chair), conducted at the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

Cypher, J. M. (2010, April). Disability, voice and a place to be heard: Challenge and change from the classroom. Paper presented for Voices of Diversity at the Eastern Communication Association, Baltimore, MD.

Cypher, J. M. (Chair). (2010, November). Panel, Rejecting/Perfecting/Performing (Ab)Normal Bodies: Bridging Disparate Modes of Being. National Communication Association conference, San Francisco, CA.

Cypher, J. M. (2010, November). Eyes without a Face: The Prerogative of Progress and the Perfection of a Rejected Life. Paper presented at the National Communication Association conference, San Francisco, CA.

Cypher, J. M. (2010, October). Communicating normalcy: Bodies as contested sites. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Cypher, J. M. (Chair). (2011, April). Panel, True Access and the Spirit of Universal Design: The Power of Social Change across Communication Education. Eastern Communication Association Conference, Arlington, VA.

Cypher, J. M. (2011, April). Facilitating access for diverse audiences: Teaching. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Arlington, VA.

Cypher, J. M. (2011, May). Technology and a new face: Transplanting Burke and disability. Paper presented at the Kenneth Burke Society Triennial Conference, Clemson, SC.

Cypher, J. M. (Participant). (2011, May). Seminar, Kenneth Burke and race, Kenneth Burke Society Triennial Conference, Clemson, SC.

Cypher, J. M., Simone, M. A., & Arnold, L. B. (2011, April). True access and the spirit of universal design: The power of social change across communication education. Panel presentation at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Arlington, VA.

Cypher, J. M. (Chair). (2011, November). Panel, Academic Voices: Ethics, Academic Responsibility, and Training Future Scholars in a Mediated Age. National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Cypher, J. M. (Panelist, Presenter). (2012, April). Communication Theory Instruction: Issues of Transition. Eastern Communication Association Conference, Cambridge, MA.

Cypher, J. (2013, April). “Hot Messes and the Sick Women Who Make Them: Burke, Dirt, and Perfectible Self in Clean House.” Presentation, Eastern Communication Association Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.

Cypher, J. (Respondent). (2013, April). “Top Competitive Papers in Voices of Diversity.” Eastern Communication Association Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.

Cypher, J. M. (Participant). (2013, April). Panel, "After the Genome: A Language for Our Biotechnological Future," Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC.

Cypher, J. (2013, November). “The Government of Bodies in Education: Silences of Consequence.” Presentation, National Communication Association conference, Washington, DC.

Cypher, J. (2014, April). “Communication Ethics in a Diverse World: Discourse, Diversity, and Community.” Presentation, Eastern Communication Association meeting, Providence, RI.

Cypher, J. (Respondent). (2014, April). “Top Competitive Papers in Voices of Diversity.” Eastern Communication Association meeting, Providence, RI.

Cypher, J. M. (2010, Winter). Agency and the dominant face: Facial transplantation and the discourse of normalcy. American Communication Journal, 12. http://ac-journal.org/journal/pubs/2010/ACJproofCypher.pdf

Donovan. Bianculli, D., & Donovan, M. (2012, April). Rowan University presents: A conversation with Vince Gilligan. Presentation at the Broadcast Education Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Donovan, M. (2012). King Foundation Grant, $75,000.

Eckhardt, N. (Principal Investigator). (2008, Spring). Rowan University Center for Addiction Studies documentary on Prescription Drug abuse. [Grant for $12,000]. Glassboro, NJ.

Eckhardt, N. (Director) (2008). Seabrook Farms remembered. [Film]. Downbeach Film Festival, Margate, NJ. Crystal Award of Distinction, Communicator Awards, 2003.

Eckhardt, N. (2008, January). The social problem documentary: An interdisciplinary approach to creating media tools that address societal problems. Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society, Boston, MA.

Eckhardt, N. (2011). Documentary filmmakers handbook. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Feaster. Dimmick, J., Feaster, J. C., & Hoplamazian, G. (2010). News in the interstices: The niches of mobile media in space and time. New Media & Society, 13, 23-39.

Feaster, J. C. (2010). Extending the impression management model of communication channels: An information control scale. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 16, 115-138.

Feaster. Min, S. J., & Feaster, J. C. (2010). Missing children in national news coverage: Racial and gender representations of missing children cases in national television news. Communication Research Reports, 27, 206-216.

Feaster, J. C. (2013). “Great Expectations: The Association between Media Afforded Information Control and Desirable Social Outcomes.” “Communication Quarterly,” 61, 172-194.

Feaster. Dimmick, J., Feaster, J. C., & Ramirez, Jr., A. (In Press). The niches of interpersonal media: Relationships in time and space. New Media & Society.

Feaster, J. C. (2011, November). Information control and the role of communication technologies in interpersonal communication contexts. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Feaster, J. C. (2012, November). “The Association between Media Afforded Information Control and Gratification of Students’ Communication Motives within Teacher-Student Interaction. Presentation, National Communication Association, Orlando, FL.

Feaster, J. (2013, November). “Student-Teacher Connections: A Cross-University Comparison of the Niches of E-mail and Face-to-Face Communication for Student Communication Gratifications and Gratification Opportunities in Student-Teacher Interaction.” Presentation, National Communication Association conference, Washington, DC.

Feaster, J. (2014, April). “Expression of Dissent: The Roles of Relationship Types, Relational Communication Themes, and Communication Satisfaction in the Context of Political Disagreement.” Presentation, Eastern Communication Association meeting, Providence, RI.

FitzGerald, S. (2008, June). Corporate training: Online or traditional. Paper presented at the Corporate Communication Conference, Wroxton, England.

FitzGerald, S. (2009, October). Marketing in a time of economic uncertainty: An examination of internet advertising in popular news web sites. Paper published online in Selected Papers, the International Association of Online Communicators Conference, Washington, DC.

FitzGerald, S., & Basso, J. (2009, November). The resurrection of the Fairness Doctrine and its implications for public relations education and practice. Paper presented at the Public Relations Society of America Internal Educator’s Academy, San Diego, CA.

FitzGerald, S. (2009, November). Publish or perish—From PR practitioner to academician. Panel presentation at the PRSA International Conference, San Diego, CA.

FitzGerald, S., & Cuddy, C. (2010, March). Media credentialing for citizen journalists and bloggers—A Delphi study. Paper presented at the International Public Relations Research Council, Miami, FL.

FitzGerald, S., & Basso, J. (2010, November). Online training and its efficacy. Paper presented at the Public Relations Society of America Internal Educator’s Academy, San Diego, CA.

FitzGerald, S. (2011). Manager’s guide to business writing (2nd ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

FitzGerald, S. (2011, November). How do practitioners transition to education? Panel presentation at the Public Relations Society of America’s International Conference, San Diego, CA.

FitzGerald, S., & Basso, J. (2012, April). Public relations in China—On the continuum from propaganda to symmetric communication. Paper presented at the Center for Global Public Relations’ Global Research Conference, Charlotte, NC.

FitzGerald, S., & Basso, J. (2012, June). A case study of corporate public relations in China: Will China follow the same path as other industrialized nations? Presentation at the Corporate Communications Conference, New York, NY.

FitzGerald, S., Sadovskaya, J., & Basso, J. (2013, April). “Public Relations and Its Development in Former Soviet Nations: A Comparison among Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, and the United States for the Millennial Generation.” Presentation, Center for Global Public Relations Conference, Charlotte, NC.

FitzGerald, S., Basso, J., & Costanzo, M. (2013). “Comparing the Efficacy of New Media Communication in Nonprofit, For-profit, Government, and Educational Organizations.” Presentation, International Public Relations Research Conference.

FitzGerald, S., Sadovskaya, J., & Basso, J. (2013, April). “Millennial Generation Job Seekers’ Use of Social Media to Obtain Employment Commensurate with Their Education.” Presentation, Center for Global Public Relations Conference, Charlotte, NC.

FitzGerald, S., & Sadovskaya, J. (2013, June). “Comparing the Efficacy of New Media Communication in For-Profit and Educational Organizations: A US/Belarus Comparison.” Presentation, Conference on Corporate Communication, New York, NY.

FitzGerald, S., & Sadovskaya, J. (2013). “Peculiarities of the Use of New Communication Media in Business and Education.” In “Innovative Processes and Corporate Management: Materials of the Fifth International Distance Scientific and Practical Conference.”

Frederick, M. (2010, October). Relative effort. White Whale Review, 3.

Frederick, M. (2010, March). Spectacles of the mind. Switchback, 11.

Frederick, M. (2009, September-2010, February). Word count: Book reviews: Poetry. Poetrynight.

Frederick, M. (2011, June). Michigan, November. Iron Horse Literary Review, 13 (3).

Frederick, M. (2011, February). The plum line. Four Paper Letters, 10.

Frederick, M. (2011, February). A mosquito bites me and I think of home. Stirring, 13 (2).

Frederick, M. (2011, July). The sawtooth. Adventum Magazine, Ridge to River Contest Issue.

Frederick, M. (2011, Fall). What we heard. Muse & Stone.

Frederick, M. (2011, Fall). What we didn’t hear. Muse & Stone.

Frederick, M. (2012, Spring). What a poem can be: An interview with Robert Wrigley. The Bellingham Review.

Frederick, M. (2012). When your confession. Love notes: An anthology of romantic poetry. Vagabondage Press.

Frederick, M. (2012, Winter). We’re on the Ohio turnpike. Sierra Nevada Review.

Frederick. Block, R., Frederick, M., Chudzik, L., Itzkowitz, M., & Jahn-Clough, L. (2013). Reading, Barnes & Noble, Glassboro, NJ.

Garyantes, D. M. (2012). “At the Community Level: Cultural Competence and News Coverage of a City Neighborhood.” In “Community Journalism” 1(1), 47-66.

Garyantes. Berkey-Gerard, M., & Garyantes, D. (2013, April). Extended abstract, “The Student Experience: Using Mobile Technologies in Reporting.” Presentation, 2013 New Jersey Communication Association conference, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Florham Park, NJ.

Garyantes, D., & Berkey-Gerard, M. (2013). “The Student Experience: Using Mobile Technologies in Reporting.” Presentation, New Jersey Communication Association conference, Farleigh Dickinson University.

Gower, J. (2012). Exhibition of work at “Shop on the Square,” Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA. Invitational.

Gower, J. (2012). Exhibition of work at “Constructs: Rowan University Studio Faculty Exhibition,” Rowan University Art Gallery, Glassboro, NJ. Invitational.

Gower, J. (2012). Exhibition of work at “Body Language: Contemporary Art Jewelry,” Wayne Art Center, Wayne, NJ. Invitational.

Gower, J. (2012). Exhibition of work at “Paducah School of Art Jewelry and Metals Invitational,” Clemens Fine Arts Center Gallery, Paducah, KY. Invitational.

Gower, J. (2012). Exhibition of work at “Beyond Borders: Experimentation and Innovation in Enameling,” Richmond Art Center, South Gallery, Richmond, CA.Juried.

Gower, J. (2012). Exhibition of work at “Nurture: Art and Life Connected,” Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. Invitational.

Gower, J. (2012). Exhibition of work at “Metal-Inkorporated,” Traveling Exhibition, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, and University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI. Invitational.

Gower, J. (2013). Exhibition of work at “Earrings Galore,” Heidi Lowe Gallery, Rehoboth, DE, and Toronto, ON. Invitational.

Gower, J. (2013). Exhibition of work at “Metal-Inkorporated,” Traveling Exhibition, Grunwald Gallery, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. Invitational.

Gower, J. (2013). Exhibition of work at “For What It’s Worth,” The Guild Shop, Toronto, ON, in conjunction with SNAG 2013. Juried.

Gower, J. (2013). Exhibition of work at “Peters Valley Summer 2013 Faculty Exhibition,” Peters Valley Gallery, Layton, NJ. Catalog. Invitational.

Gower, J. (2013). Exhibition of work at “Alchemy 2,” 14th Juried International Enamel Exhibition, in conjunction with Enamelist Society Conference, Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center, Covington, KY. Juried.

Gower, J. (2013). Images of work published in “Best of America Jewelry Artists Vol. III.” Williamsburg, VA: Kennedy Publishing.

Gower, J. (Workshop Instructor). (2013, Summer). “Etched and Hollow Constructed Jewelry,” Peters Valley Craft Center, Layton, NJ.

Gower, J. (Visiting Artist). (2013). Millersville Univ., Millersville, PA.

Graziano, J. (Coordinator). (2012, Fall). “The Sketchbook Project 2012 and Exhibition,” Rowan Univ., Glassboro, NJ; and Brooklyn Art Library, Brooklyn, NY.

Graziano, J. (Coordinator). (2012, Fall). “The 9th Annual Student Roundtable Event,” Art Educator of NJ Association Conference, New Brunswick, NJ.

Graziano, J. (Workshop Instructor). (2012, September–October). “Hanging by a Thread,” Art Educators of New Jersey Association Conference, New Brunswick, NJ.

Graziano, J. (Coordinator). (2013, Spring). “The Million Bones Project 2013 and Exhibition,” Rowan Univ., Glassboro, NJ; and National Mall, Washington, DC.

Grupenhoff, R. (2010, Fall). Review of Oscar Micheaux: The great and only. Film Quarterly.

Grupenhoff, R. (2011, February). Oscar Micheaux and race movies. Lecture and screening presented for Black History Month, Robert Morris Univ., Pittsburgh, PA.

Grupenhoff, R. (2011). Al Jolson meets de Lawd. Lecture and screening presented for Black History Month, Rowan Univ., Glassboro, NJ.

Hackney, D. (2009). Understanding the millennial student. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Han, A. G. Taiji and health.

Han, A. G. (2008). Building a harmonious society and achieving individual harmony. Journal of Chinese Political Science, 13 (2).

Han, A. G., & Co-author. (2008). The wisdom of Dao and leadership styles. In C. Chen & Y. Lee (Eds.), Leadership and management in China (pp. 83–107). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Han, A. G. (2008). Building a harmonious society and achieving individual harmony. In S. Guo & B. Guo (Eds.), China in search of a harmonious society (pp. 12–33). New York, NY: Lexington.

Han, A. G. (2008, November). Daoism as a system of inquiry and its impact on Chinese thinking. Paper presented at the 14th Annual International Conference of ACPSS and the 90th Jubilee of the Cornell Charles W. Wason Collection on East Asia, Ithaca, NY.

Han, A. G. (2010). Beyond Concepts: Intensive Reading I. Beijing, China: China Renmin University Press.

Harrison, C. H. (2010). Dancing ’round the liberty tree: An American family’s saga. Frederick, MD: PublishAmerica.

Harvey, R. (Program chair). (2007-2008). Liberal Education Division of the American Society for Engineering Education. Currently Division Chair.

Harvey. Riddell, W., Courtney, J., Constans, E., Dahm, K., Harvey, R., & von Lockette, P. (2008). The connections between engineering design and technical writing in an integrated instructional setting. Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal, 2 (4), 37-44.

Harvey, R., & Dahm, K. (2008). Using Let Me Learn® to promote metacognition and foster teaming skills. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education, Vol

Harvey, R. (2008, March). Building and sustaining an independent writing major: Insights from a decade of departmental experience—Assessment realities. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, New Orleans, LA.

Harvey, R. (2008, June). The future of liberal education for engineers: A speed-dating session. Paper presented at a Roundtable at the Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education, Pittsburgh, PA.

Harvey, R., Newell, J., & Dahm, K. (2009). The impact of structured writing and developing awareness of learning preferences on the performance and attitudes of engineering teams. Advances in Engineering Education.

Harvey, R., & Tweedie, S. (2009, November). Assessing the effectiveness of a learning community approach to writing instruction. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Forum on Higher Education Learning Issues, Las Vegas, NV.

Harvey, R. (Panelist). (2010, March).

Hausman, C. (2006-present). Adapting scholarly research to mainstream publishing and news media. Workshop presented to Rowan University faculty, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Hausman, C. (2006-present). Writing and submitting book proposals. Workshop presented to Rowan University faculty, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Hausman, C. (2006-present). Writing for publication. Workshop presented to Rowan University faculty, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Hausman, C. (2007-present). Negotiating publishing contracts. Workshop presented to Rowan University faculty, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Hausman, C. (2008-present). Writing for the popular press: Advice for faculty who want to publish books and articles. [Website]. http://www.rowan.edu/colleges/communication/departments/journalism/Hausman/html_files/HomePage.htm.

Hausman, C. (2010). Unbreaking the news: An immodest proposal for abandoning modesty. Ad News.

Hausman, C. (2011, February). The future of news. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Hausman, C., & Benoit, P. (2012). Modern radio production (9th ed.). Independence, KY: Cengage.

Hausman, C. (Editor). (2012), Ethics newsline. http://www.globalethics.org/newsline/

Hausman, C. (2012, March). Ethics and budgetary and financial news coverage. Presentation to the Gloucester County Municipal Clerks Association, NJ.

Haynes, J. (2008, October). The 19th Amendment. Paper presented at Bantivoglio Honors Concentration Voting Rights in America panel, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Haynes, J. (2009). Strategies for exposing domestic violence in country music videos. In L. Cuklanz & S. Moorti (Eds.),Local violence, global media: Feminist analyses of gendered representations (pp. 201-221). New York, NY: Peter Lang.

Haynes, J. (2009, December). Teaching with chainsaws: The challenges of gender and horror. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Haynes, J. (2011). Images of gender in the media. [Rowan University Career Development Grant]. Glassboro, NJ.

Haynes, J. (2012, July). “Gators, Beavers, and Roaches: Whiteness and Regional Identity in Reality Television.” Presentation, 2nd Global Conference on Whiteness, Mansfield College, Oxford University, England.

Haynes, J. (2013). “Gators, Beavers, and Roaches: Whiteness and Regional Identity in Reality Television,” Chapter in Behar and Chung, eds., “Images of Whiteness.” Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

Haynes, J. (2014). “ ‘I See Swamp People’: Swamp People, Southern Horrors, and Reality Television.” Chapter in Slade, Navarro, and Buchanan, eds., “Reality Television: Oddities of Culture.” Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Hottle, A. (2012, October). “The Erotic Aesthetic of Sylvia Sleigh.” Presentation, Southeastern College Art Conference, Durham Convention Center, Durham, NC.

Hottle, A. (2013, April). “The Curse of Essentialism: Feminist Art, Women’s Bodies, and the Problem of Art History.” Presentation, Eastern Communication Association Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.

Hottle, A. (2013, March). “Why Are You Doing This? … and Other Questions about Rescuing Art from the Dustbin of History.” Keynote address, 18th Annual Graduate Student Symposium in Art History, Univ. of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.

Hottle, A., and Zalewski, L. (Co-chairs). (2013, November). “Damaged, Destroyed, and Disappeared: The Scholarship of Lost Art.” Panel, Southeastern College Art conference, Koury Convention Center, Greensboro, NC.

Ikpah, M. (2011). The role of the media in the administration of justice. Presentation at the Benue State Judiciary Legal Year Celebration, Nigeria.

Ikpah, M. (2012, October). “The Media and Conflict Reporting,” Keynote Address, National Union Journalist’s National Colloquium on Peace Journalism, Benue Hotels, Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria.

Itzkowitz, M. (Associate Editor & Editorial Board Member. (1992 to date). Atlantic Journal of Communication. Philadelphia, PA.

Itzkowitz, M. (Executive Editor). (2005-2007). Asphodel: A literary journal. Glassboro, NJ.

Itzkowitz, M. (Nonficton Editor). (2005-2007). Asphodel: A literary journal. Glassboro, NJ.

Itzkowitz, M. (2006, Fall). Occupational hazard TheHyperTexts. www.thehypertexts.com.

Itzkowitz, M. (2006, Fall). auntiquities. TheHyperTexts. www.thehypertexts.com.

Itzkowitz, M. (2006, Fall). Manifest destiny. TheHypertexts. www.thehypertexts.com.

Itzkowitz, M. The avenue/winter night. The HyperTexts. www.thehypertexts.com.

Itzkowitz, M. (2006, Spring/Summer). Occupational hazard. The Barefoot Muse. www.barefootmuse.com.

Itzkowitz. Block, R., Frederick, M., Chudzik, L., Itzkowitz, M., & Jahn-Clough, L. (2013). Reading, Barnes & Noble, Glassboro, NJ.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2010, November). Reading, Little Dog, from Me, Penelope. College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Jahn-Clough, L. (Panelist). (2010, July). Gay themes in adolescent literature. American Library Association Conference, Washington, DC.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2010, July). Reading and booksigning, Me, Penelope. American Library Association Conference, Washington, DC.

Jahn-Clough, L. (Workshop leader). (2010, August). Course, “Writing for Children and Young Adults,” for MFA students in low-residency program. Hamline University, St. Paul, MN.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2010, July). Reading and booksigning, Me, Penelope. American Library Association Conference, Washington, DC.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2010, August). From picture book to YA. Lecture at Hamline University, St. Paul, MN.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2010, November). The works of Lisa Jahn-Clough. Presentation at Savannah Children’s Book Festival, Savannah, GA.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2011). Why bunnies? McMillanKids blog.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2011). Felicity and Cordelia: A tale of two bunnies. New York, NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Jahn-Clough, L. (Author-in-Residence). (2011, February). Zippel Elementary School, Presque Isle, ME.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2011, April). Felicity and Cordelia: A tale of two bunnies. Reading at Longfellow Books, Portland, ME.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2011, April). Felicity and Cordelia: A tale of two bunnies. Reading at Books of Wonder, New York, NY.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2011, June). Literacy through picture books. Presentation at Lewiston Elementary School, Lewiston, ME.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2011, September). Process and revision. Reading and presentation at Walls School, Pitman, NJ.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2013). “Nothing But Blue.” Boston, MA: Houghton-Mifflin/Harcourt.

Jahn-Clough. Block, R., Frederick, M., Chudzik, L., Itzkowitz, M., & Jahn-Clough, L. (2013). Reading, Barnes & Noble, Glassboro, NJ.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2013). “From Picture Books to Young Adult Novels.” Presentation, Hamline University, St. Paul, MN.

Jahn-Clough, L. (2013). “From Picture Books to Young Adult Novels.” Presentation, Society of Children’s Book Writers Conference, Asilomar, CA.

Jahn-Clough, L., and Briant, E. (2014). “Petal and Poppy.” MA: Houghton-Mifflin.

Jahn-Clough, L., and Briant, E. (2014). “Petal and Poppy and the Penguin.” MA: Houghton-Mifflin.

Kaleta, K. (2008). Hal Hartley. New York, NY: Soft Skull.

Kaleta, K. (2008). With the rich and mighty: Emlen Etting of Philadelphia. Newtown Square, PA: Kay Square.

Kelley, C., & Berkey-Gerard, M. [Innovations in Teaching with Technology Grant for $2500]. Glassboro, NJ.

Kelley, C. (2007-present). Interim publications for Continued Legal Education (CLE) based upon research about intellectual property.

Kelley, C. (2007, May). Why YouTube may be your legal and ethical problem: Emerging legal and ethical considerations in the shifting structure of online communication. Paper presented at the International Association of Online Communicators Conference.

Kelley, C. (2010, February). Kosher: An Orthodox Jew becomes a Pentecostal bishop. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Kelley, C. (Producer). (2011, August). Iowa Caucus coverage.

Kelley, C. (Producer). (2011). League of the extraordinary. [Radio series]. WGLS.

Kelley, C. (Producer). (2012, March). Hiring 500,000 heroes. Comcast/NBC.

Kim, B. (2013). “How Publics Respond to a Company’s Voluntary Disclosure of Crisis on Facebook Despite Its Apparent Motivation to get Strategic Transparency.” Presentation, International Public Relations Research Conference.

Kim, B. (2013, June). “What Can We Expect From Facebook?” Presentation, Public Relations Division, 2013 International Communication Association Conference, London, UK.

Kim, B. (2013, June). “Discovering Media Repertoires: Daily News Source Use by College Students as a Function of Daypart.” Presentation, Public Relations Division, 2013 International Communication Association Conference, London, UK.

Kopp, D., & Stevens, S. (2010). Re-articulating the mission and work of writing programs with digital video. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 15.1, http://technorhetoric.com/15.1/praxis/kopp-stevens/index.html.

Kopp, D. (2010, Fall). Department of Writing Arts CGCE Funds Grant. [Grant for $4000]. Glassboro, NJ.

Kopp, D. (2010, Fall). Frances R. Lax Fund for Faculty Development. [Grant for $1000]. Glassboro, NJ.

Kopp, D. (2010, July). Using digital video to rearticulate the value of the work of the writing center. Paper presented at the Council of Writing Program Administration Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Kopp, D. (2010, March). Remixing the topics: A sophistic approach to teaching dialogue. Paper presented at the Conference on College Communication and Composition, Louisville, KY.

Kopp, D. (2011, Spring). Assistant Professor Travel Grant. [Grant for $1500]. Glassboro, NJ.

Kopp, D., Maxson, J., & Mangini, S. (2011, April). Panel, Cultivating rhetorical intelligence through writing creative nonfiction. Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA.

Kopp, D. (2011, February). Cultivating rhetorical intelligence: A rationale for students using Prezi. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Kopp, D. (2011, May). Digital constructions of disciplinary identity: Where and when privacy meets the posthuman. Paper presented at the Computers and Writing Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

Kopp, D. (2011, April). Cultivating rhetorical intelligence through writing creative nonfiction. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA.

Kopp, D. (2011). The risk of rhetorical inquiry: Practical conditions for a disruptive pedagogy. In J. Faulkner (Ed.), Disrupting pedagogies and teaching the knowledge society: Countering conservative norms with creative approaches (pp. 225-241). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Kopp, D. (2012). Cutting the edge of the will to truth; Or, how post-process pedagogy is biting its own tail. JAC, 32, 145-184.

Kopp, D., & Hyde, B. (2012, May). Speaking being: Techne and the re/framing of Cartesian identity. Presentation at the Rhetoric Society of America, Philadelphia, PA.

Kopp, D. (2012, March). Moving through the looking glass: Reconfiguring the institutional mission through multimodal design. Presentation at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis, MO.

Kopp, D. (2012, April). From ‘anti-writing’ to writing the dialectic: A rhetorical approach to teaching writing. Presentation at the New Jersey Writing Alliance Spring 2012 Conference, Lakewood, NJ.

Kopp, D. (2012, March). Negotiating digital boundaries: Owning up to what new media unmakes. Presentation at the third annual spring Symposium Frontera Retórica, El Paso, TX.

Kopp, D. (2013, April). “Nietzsche’s Teacher: The Invisible Rhetor.” Presentation, Theorizing at Rowan speaker series. Philosophy Department, Rowan Univ., Glassboro, NJ.

Kopp, D. (2013, June). “Isocrates in the Digital Classroom: Twitter, the Progymnasmata, and Cultivating Rhetorical Intelligence.” Presentation, Computers and Writing Conference, Frostburg State University, Frostburg, MD.

Kopp, D. (2013, May). “Tweeting Maxims: Using the Limits of Twitter to Teach Writing within the Genre of the ‘Maxim.’” Presentation, New Jersey Writing Alliance Conference, Middlesex County College, Edison, NJ.

Kopp, D. (2013). “Nietzsche’s Teacher: The Invisible Rhetor.” In “Rhetoric Review,” 32.4.

Lancioni, J. (2003). Survivor in the vast wasteland. In H. Good (Ed.), Desperately seeking ethics. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

Lancioni, J. (2005). Cinderella dances Swan Lake: Reading Billy Elliot as fairytale. Journal of Popular Culture, 39 (5), 709-728.

Lancioni, J. (2008). The Civil War: A battleground of meaning. Film & History, 38 (1), 20-32.

Lancioni, J. (2008). Rhetoric of the frame: Revisioning archival photographs in The Civil War. In L. Olson, C. Finnegan, & D. Hope (Eds.),Visual rhetoric: A reader in communication and American culture. Thousand Oaks, CA: Publisher.

Lancioni, J. (2008, April). Sins of our Mothers: Legend, history, and visual rhetoric. Paper presented at the Kern Conference on Visual Rhetoric, Rochester, NY.

Lancioni, J. (2010). Fix me up: Essays on television dating and makeover shows. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Lancioni, J. (2010). The future as past perfect: Appropriation of history in the Star Trek series. In D. C. Wright & A. W. Austin (Eds.), Space and time: Essays on fiction and fantasy television. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Lancioni, J. (2010, November). Love, love, go away. Come again another day: A study of love as a disruptive force in The Closer. Paper presented at the Film & History Conference, Milwaukee, WI.

Litwin, L. (2009). Delivering your message in the news media. In School public relations for student success, by E. H. Moore (pp. 131-132). Tyler, TX: Corwin.

Litwin, L. (2009). The impact of public relations on the news and the impact of the news on public relations. Paper presented at the National School Public Relations Association National Seminar.

Litwin, L. (Keynote Speaker). (2009). Let’s talk ethics! Paper presented at PRSA Tarheel Chapter.

Litwin, L. (Keynote Speaker). (2009, May). Title. Paper presented at the Atlantic Cape Community College Communications Award Ceremony.

Litwin, L. (2010). The public relations practitioner’s playbook (3rd ed.). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Litwin, L. (2010, July). Getting the most from the social media revolution—An inside look at social media. Paper presented to the National School Public Relations Association.

Litwin, L. (2011, November). Crisis communication – A public relations discussion on telling it first, telling it fast, telling it all and telling it yourself. Presentation and panel discussion, Atlantic Cape Community College, NJ.

Litwin, L. (2011, July). Media relations – The right way – the only way. Paper presented to the National School Public Relations Association.

Litwin, L. (2012, March). Public communication strategies for school election success. Paper presented to the New York School Public Relations Association, New York, NY.

Litwin, L. (2012, March). Concept of strategy – Developing the mind of the strategist or why should the boss listen to you? Paper presented to the New York School Public Relations Association, New York, NY.

Mangini, S., Maxson, J., & Kopp, D. (2011, April). Panel, Cultivating rhetorical intelligence through writing creative nonfiction. Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA.

Marshall, P. (Participant). (2013, November).“Sharing Our Strengths: Connections Across, Between, Through, and Around the Basic Course.” Panel, National Communication Association conference, Washington, DC.

Marshall, P., & Sawyer, J. K. (2011, April). Not public speaking—not business writing: Business Communication for the millennial generation. Short course presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Arlington, VA.

Marshall, P., & Sawyer, J. K. (2011, April). Large lecture, new technology, and theory: Developing the “new” business communication course. Short course presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Cambridge, MA.

Marshall, P., & Sawyer, J. K. (2011, April). From papers to submissions: How to grade everything online. Short course presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Cambridge, MA.

Martin, D. (2008). The authors’ gallery: A meaningful integration of technology and writing. Middle School Journal, 39 (4), 13-19.

Martin, D., & Cypher, J. M. (2008). The Mobius strip: Team teachers reflecting on disability studies and critical thinking. Disability Studies Quarterly, 28 (4), www.dsq-sds.org.

Martin, D. (2008). Add disability and stir: The new ingredient in composition textbooks. In B. Brueggemann & C. Leweicki-Wilson (Eds.), Disability and the teaching of writing: A critical sourcebook (pp. 74-91). New York, NY:Bedford/St. Martin’s.

Martin, D., & Cypher, J. (2008, November). Undressing the body: Frameworks for change in disability discourse. Poster presentation at the National Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

Martin, D., Courtney, J., Harvey, R., Tweedie, S., &Wolff, W. (2008, April). Building and sustaining an independent writing major: Insights from a decade of departmental experience. Paper presented at a panel at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, New Orleans, LA.

Martin, D. (2010). Escaping the boom and bust cycle of teacher professional development. Principal Leadership, 10 (8), 24-28.

Martin. Penrod, D., Courtney, J., & Martin, D. (2010). The Writing Arts major: A work in process. In G. Giberson & T. Moriarty (Eds.), Advance(d) composition: Undergraduate majors and the future of the discipline (pp. 243-259). Logan, UT: Utah State University Press.

Martin, D. (Panelist). (2010, April). Restructuring the writing center: Forging new identities from the old. Middle Atlantic Writing Center Conference, Newark, DE.

Martin, D. (2010, July). When writing center directors collaborate with writing program administrators. Paper presented at the Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Martin, D., & Stutzbach, E. (2011, February). Sixty-second film festival: Promoting literacy through video technology. Paper presented at the 8th Annual International Literacy Conference, Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Martin, D. (Panel chair), Adams, K., Flocco, M., & Wade, S. (2011, April). Reflections on a writing center’s studio for developmental writers. Paper presented at the 22nd Conference of the Mid-Atlantic Writing Centers Association, West Chester, PA.

Martin, D., and Krishnamurthy, S. (2014, April). “Agents of Change: Grounded Theory in the Writing Center.”Presentation, 25th Mid-Atlantic Writing Centers Association conference, Salisbury, MD. With Cole, P., Forest, K., and DeLuise, D.

Mason, J. (Producer). (2012). Coming up roses [Motion picture]. USA: Bullet Pictures/AMC/Dada Films.

Mason, J. (Music Supervisor). (2012). Detonator [Motion picture]. USA: Detonator, LLC.

Mason, J. (Music Supervisor, Production Consultant). (2012). Last kind words [Motion picture]. USA: Brainwave/The East Gable Co.

Mason, J. (2012, August). Wait for me! Juried reading of screenplay at the 2012 University Film and Video Conference, Chicago, IL.

Mason, J. (Panelist & Presenter). (2012, August). Story: The most cutting edge technology. Integrating screenwriting courses into the film production curriculum. University Film and Video Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

Mason, J. (Writer, Director). (2013). “L'échappée” [Short film]. USA/France/Algeria. Artistic and cultural grant, L'Institut Français d'Algérie—Ambassade de France en Algérie.

Mason, J. (Associate Producer). (2013). “Rover” [Motion picture]. USA: Woolf Blood Pictures.

Mason, J. (Music Supervisor, Production Consultant). (2013). “Last Kind Words” [Motion picture]. USA: Image Entertainment.

Mason, J. (Associate Producer). (2013). “Rover” [Motion picture]. USA: Woolf Blood Pictures.

Mason, J. (Development Executive). (2014). “Cold in July.” [Motion picture]. USA: Belladonna Productions.

Maxson, J. (2005). A government of the peeps, by the peeps and for the peeps: Revisiting the contact zone. Journal of Basic Writing.

Maxson, J. (2006). Is there life After a WPA evaluation? Paper presented at the Writing Program Administrator’s Conference, Chattanooga, TN.

Maxson, J. (2006). Establishing ethos through design: Street cred in online Riot Grrrl zines. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Chicago, IL.

Maxson, J. (2010, March). Remixing the university: Multigenre writers writing difference. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication.

Maxson, J. (2010, September). Multi-genre composition and the pedagogy of brokenness. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Maxson, J., Kopp, D., & Mangini, S. (2011, April). Panel, Cultivating rhetorical intelligence through writing creative nonfiction. Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA.

Maxson, J. (2012, October). “Multi-genre Composition and the Aesthetic of Taste.” Presentation, Thomas J. Watson Conference, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY.

Maxson, J. (2014, March). “Networking Composition Theory and Practice, from Berlin to Potlatch.” Presentation, Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis, IN.

McNiven, M. (2009). The dual-stage struggle in the asset management industry. Journal of Financial Advertising & Marketing.

McNiven, (2009, December). Differences in viewing programming and advertising on large-screen and small-screen televisions. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Moore, E. H. (2005). Mastering e-newsletters: Helping you get the most from your e-communication efforts. Rockville, MD: NSPRA.

Moore, E. H. (2006, April). School PR that works: How to work with the media and let people hear your good news for a change. Presentation at a special session at the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Moore, E. H., & Vanbennekom, P. (2006, July). Feeding the media beast: How school communicators can build real working relationships with those reporting on their schools. Presentation at a special session at the NSPRA National Seminar, Chicago, IL.

Moore, E. H. (2006, July). Getting started in e-newsletters: A primer. Presentation at a pre-conference at the NSPRA National Seminar, Chicago, IL.

Moore, E. H. (2007, October). Tap into the real power of educational public relations. Presentationat the Public Relations Student Society of America National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Moore, E. H. (2008). School PR research primer. Rockville, MD: NSPRA.

Moore, E. H. (2008, July). Getting data to drive and defend your programs. Presentation at the NSPRA National Seminar, Washington, DC.

Moore, E. H. (2008, July). A primer for school communications. Presentation at a pre-seminar special session at the NSPRA National Seminar, Washington, DC.

Moore, E. H. (2009). School public relations for student success. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Moore, E. H. (2009, June). School PR planning basics. Presentation at the NSPRA National Seminar, San Francisco, CA.

Moore, E. H., & Caudill, J. (2009, June). Tapping PR traditions to help you counsel. Presentation at the Accredited Practitioners Session at the NSPRA National Seminar, San Francisco, CA.

Moore, E. H. (2010). School public relations: A practical school public relations primer. ERS Spectrum Journal of Research and Information, 28 (1), 33-38.

Moore, E. H. (2010). Balancing your communication ledger: Using audits to involve communities and build support for schools. In P. D. Houston, A. M. Blankenstein, & R. W. Cole (Eds.), Soul of educational leadership: Leadership for family and community involvement (pp. 87-112). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Moore, E. H. (2010, October). Balancing your communication ledger: Using audits to involve communities and build support for schools. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Moore, E. H., Bagin, D., & Gallagher, D. R. (2012). The school and community relations (10th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson/Allyn Bacon.

Moore, E. H. (2011, July). Summertime agenda: Getting started in PR planning that works. Communication Matters for Leading Superintendents, 6. http://www.nspra.org/files/newsletter/communication_matters/CommunicationMatters_July_2011.html

Moore, E. H. (2011, July). School PR planning basics: Writing power-packed strategies and tactics. Featured presentation, Professional Learning Series, NSPRA National Seminar, San Antonio, TX.

Moore, E. H. (2012, September). Collecting daily feedback adds power to your PR efforts. E-Network. http://www.nspra.org/e_network/2012-09_leading_off

Moore, E. H. (2012, December). “Collecting daily feedback adds power to your PR efforts.” Reprinted as “Turn your daily observations into powerful PR research.” Principal Communicator, 1-2. Rockville, MD: NSPRA.

Moore, E. (2012). “Turn Your Daily Observations into Powerful PR Research.” NSPRA’s Principal Communicator.

Moore, E. H. (2012, July). Collecting daily feedback to get the basic research your PR efforts need. Presentation at the NSPRA National Seminar, Chicago, IL.

Nicolae, D. (Producer & Director). (2008). Acasa. [Film]. Cineluci Production, Bucharest, Romania.

Nicolae, D. (Producer & Director). (2008). Romania is bleeding. [Film]. Cineluci Production, Bucharest, Romania.

Nicolae, D. (2009). Case study: Integrating online collaborative tools into television production coursework. Feedback, 50 (6), 7-14.

Nicolae, D. (Translator). (2009). Speak truth to power, by K. Kennedy. Bucharest, Romania: Cortea Veche.

Nicolae, D. (Translator). (2009). Voices from beyond the dark, by A. Dorfman. Bucharest, Romania: Cortea Veche.

Nicolae, D. (Producer & Editor). (2009). Skin and bones: Tattoos in the life of the American sailor. [Film]. Independence Seaport Museum, Philadelphia, PA.

Nicolae, D. (Director & Editor). (2009). Talking Pictures with Tom Fontana. [Film]. Glassboro, NJ.

Nicolae, D. (Panelist). (2009). Externally-funded student projects: Balancing client requests with learning objectives. University Film & Video Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Nicolae, D. (Co-producer & Editor). (2010). Lanre in Lagos. [Film]. Solio Productions, New York, NY.

Nicolae, D. (2010, April). The making of Acasa: The Romanian brain drain. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Nicolae, D. (2010, June). Lanre in Lagos. Juried screening at NYC Filmmaker’s Festival, New York, NY.

Nicolae, D. (2010, June). Acasa. Juried screening at DocMiami International Film Festival, Miami, FL.

Nicolae, D. (2011, February–September). Skin & bones—Tattoos in the life of the American sailor. Invited documentary screening at Mystic Seaport: The Museum of America and the Sea, Mystic, CT.

Nicolae, D. (2012, October). “A Private Judgment.” Screening, Accolade Competition, La Jolla, CA.

Nicolae, D. (2012, August). “Critical Analysis of ‘White Scripts and Black Supermen,’ a Film by Jonathan Gayles.” Presentation, UFVA Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Nicolae, D. (2012, August). “A Private Judgment.” Screening, University Film and Video Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

Nicolae, D. (Producer, Director). (2013). “A Poem of Green and Light” [Motion picture]. DVD. Cineluci Productions.

Nicolae, D. (2013, April). “A Poem of Green and Light.” Screening, Sucevi a Monastery, Sucevi a, Romania.

Nicolae, D. (2013, August). “The Collaborative Documentary Project: Production Aspects.” Presentation, University Film and Video Association conference, Orange, CA.

Olshefski, J. (2011). Transmedia documentary – Empowered subject and active audiences. Presentation at the International Digital Media and Art Association Conference, Savannah, GA.

Olshefski, J. (2012, March). Quest. Screening at the Communication University of China, Beijing, China.

Olshefski, J. (2012, March). The scrapper. Screening at the Communication University of China, Beijing, China.

Olshefski, J. (2012, November). Frances R. Lax Faculty Development Grant, $1000.

Olshefski, J. (2012, October). “Closer: A Moment with Charles.” Installation, Homeless Has a Name Film Festival, Painted Bride Arts Center, Philadelphia, PA.

Olshefski, J. (2012, August). The final wife - Gender in the Bluebeard archetype. Presentation, University Film and Video Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Olshefski, J. (2012, August). “Punk Rock Mommy.” Screening, University Film and Video Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Olshefski, J. (2012, August). Closer: A moment with Charles. Screening at the University Film and Video Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Olshefski, J. (2012, November). Closer: A moment with Charles. Presentation, International Digital Media Arts Association Conference, Miami, FL.

Olshefski, J. (2012, October). “Charles and Guy.” Screening, Homeless Has a Name Film Festival, Painted Bride Arts Center, Philadelphia, PA.

Olshefski, J. (2012, October). “The Final Wife: Gender and the Bluebeard Archetype.” Presentation, Literature Film Association Conference, York, PA.

Olshefski, J. (2012, November). “Viral Media Activism: Analyzing ‘Kony 2012’ and ‘Honor the Treaties.’” Presentation, International Digital Media Arts Association Conference, Miami, FL.

Olshefski, J. (2012, August). “Transmedia Documentary: The Empowered Subject and the Active Audience.” Presentation, University Film and Video Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

Olshefski, J. (2012, November). “Punk Rock Mommy.” Screening, International Digital Media Arts Association National Conference, Miami, FL.

Olshefski, J. (2012, November). “Memoir: The Oral History–Retrospective.” Screening, International Digital Media Arts Association National Conference, Miami, FL.

Olshefski, J. (2013, May). "Without Arrows." [Documentary]. Rowan SEED Grant, $10,000.

Olshefski, J. (2013, April). “Closer: A Moment with Charles.” Installation, Global Understanding Convention, Monmouth Univ., West Long Branch, NJ.

Olshefski, J. (2013, April). “Closer: A Moment with Charles.” Presentation, Futures of Visual Anthropology Conference, Temple Univ., Philadelphia, PA.

Olshefski, J. (2013, April). “Getting Closer: A Reflection on a Transmedia Portrait of Homelessness.” Presentation, Global Understanding Convention, Monmouth Univ., Long Branch, NJ.

Olshefski, J. (2013, January). “Closer: A Moment with Charles.” Installation, Homelessness Philanthropy Event, City Hall, Philadelphia, PA.

Olshefski, J. (2013, August). “A Four-Week Model for Teaching Interactive Design to Non-Programmers.” Presentation, University Film and Video Association conference, Orange, CA.

Olshefski, J. (2012, August). “Quest: The Fury and the Sound.” Screening, University Film and Video Association conference, Orange, CA.

Olshefski, J. (2013, November). “reClose: A Journey with Charles.” Installation, International Digital Media Arts Association Gallery Show.

Olshefski, J. (2014). Documentary for homeless outreach program, Depaul USA, Philadelphia, PA.

Olshefski, J. (2014). “PJ’s Story.” Screening, Diversity Week, Rowan Univ., Glassboro, NJ.

Olshefski, J., and Rainey, C. (2014). “Collaboration, Dialogue, Relationship: A Counterpoint to Robert Huber’s ‘Being White in Philly.’ ” Presentation, Diversity Week, Rowan Univ., Glassboro, NJ.

Olshefski, J. (2014, May). “Punk Rock Mommy Gallery.” Show, Philadelphia, PA.

Popa, C. (2007, May). A model of trust and communication. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Popa, C. (2007, June). Measuring and explaining trust. Paper presented at the European Survey Research Association Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.

Popa, C. (2007, October). Culture clash: Opportunities and challenges in Western-Arab communication. Paper presented at Multiculturalism, Pluralism and Globalization, an interdisciplinary conference sponsored by the Wisconsin Institute for peace and conflict studies and the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse.

Popa, C. (2009). Trust and communication in different contexts. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Quigley, K. (2004, March). Media ethics: But WHY can’t I make it up? Paper presented at the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s Annual Conference, New York, NY.

Quigley, K. (2004, March). Words, slurs and epithets: How to deal with them, when to print them, when to make them go away. Paper presented at the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s Annual Conference, New York, NY.

Quigley, K. (2005, March). Emergency 911: What to do when your student newspaper has to cover crime. Paper presented at the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s Annual Conference, New York, NY.

Quigley, K. (2006). Introduction to news writing: Topics and techniques. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Quigley, K. (2008, June). Loud voices, silenced voices: The ethics of online content and Web 2.0 in media coverage of high-profile child death and disappearance cases. Paper presented at the International Association of Online Communicators, Reykjavik, Iceland.

Quigley, K. (Panelist). (2008, October). Anonymity and ethics online: The challenges of Web 2.0. Pennsylvania Communication Association’s Fall Conference, Center Valley, PA.

Quigley, K. (2009). Little lives lost: Newspaper coverage of child abuse deaths. The Pennsylvania Communication Annual, 65.

Quigley, K. (2012). Introduction to news writing: The real scoop (2nd ed.). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Quigley, K. (2013, May 28). “Be Careful and Compassionate: Ethical Coverage of Children in Tragedy.” In “Global Ethics Newsline.”

Quigley, K. (2013, April 1). “Cut the Chatter: The Ethics of Web 2.0 in Comments from Newspaper Readers.” In “Global Ethics Newsline.”

Reed, A. (2013, June). "The Concept of 'Risk' in Decisions to Terminate after a Prenatal Diagnosis of Down Syndrome." Presentation, Rhetoric Society of America Summer Institute, Lawrence, KS.

Rowan, J. (2008, September). Into the Wild’s Chris McCandless: Historical portrait or romanticized myth? Paper presented at the West Virginia University Colloquium on Literature and Film, Morgantown, WV.

Rowan, J. (2009, October). Unity and division in Michael Ondaatje’s and Anthony Minghella’s The English Patient: A study of maps, boundaries, and identities. Paper presented at the West Virginia University Colloquium on Literature and Film, Morgantown, WV.

Schowalter, D. (2005). Literal and abstract rhetorics of trauma and memory at the National Museum of the American Indian. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA.

Schowalter, D. (2005). Invisible rhetorics. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA.

Schowalter, D. (2005). Material rhetorics of identity, memory, and trauma in the National Museum of the American Indian. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Boston, MA.

Schowalter, D., and Co-author. (2006). Conservation of energy for campus buildings: Design, communication and environmentalism through project-based learning. Paper presented at the American Society for Engineering Education Convention, Chicago, IL.

Schowalter, D. (2006). Panel Respondent to Mother, why do all the waiters look like Al Jolson? Or, how the media distorted my view of African Americans, at the National Communication Association, San Antonio, TX.

Schowalter, D. (2006). Respondent, Rowan University’s College of Communication African American History Month Lecture Series, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Schowalter, D. (2007). Material rhetorics at the National Museum of the American Indian: (Re)Learning how to see Indians. Paper presented at the Miami University of Ohio, Oxford, OH.

Schowalter, D. (2008). Panel Respondent to Top papers in American studies at the National Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Schowalter, D.  (2009). Disarticulating American Indianness in the National Museum of the American Indian. In J. L. Lucaites & B. Biesecker (Eds.), Rhetoric, materiality & politics. Frontiers of political communication series.

Schowalter, D. (Respondent). (2011, November). Panel, Top Papers in American Studies. National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Schowalter, D. (Respondent). (2012, November). Panel, “Communication and Critical Studies,” National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Simone, M. A. (1997, November). Aren’t I pretty? Performance art presented at the National Communication Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Simone, M. A. (2001, December). Writing effective research papers. Presentation to members of the Greek Council, Richard Stockton College, Pomona, NJ.

Simone, M. A. (Panelist). (2001, October). So you want a career in Communication? Richard Stockton College, Pomona, NJ.

Simone, M. A. (2002, April). Unobtrusive research measures: A world of text at your fingertips. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, New York, NY.

Simone, M. A. (2002, November). The uses of Adobe Photoshop. Presentation to New Media Workshop class, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

Simone, M. A. (Panelist). (2002, March). Communicating about sex, Richard Stockton College, Pomona, NJ.

Simone, M. A. (2003, February). Preparing a face: A proposal for exploring online and offline identity presentation. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Graduate Research Forum, School of Communications and Theater, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

Simone, M. A. (2003, April). The infomercial: Using form to sell your students on the principles of presentation and persuasion. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Washington, DC.

Simone, M. A., Mendelson, A., & Fernback, J. (2004, September). Technology or context? A comparison of identity presentation across online and offline contexts. Paper accepted at the Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Brighton, England.

Simone, M. A. (2004, May). CODE PINK Alert: The world wide web at work in the public sphere. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Simone, M. A. (2004, April). Personhood, participation and panoptic control: A theoretical review of consumer surveillance. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Boston, MA.

Simone, M. A. (2004, April). Privacy, participation and the PATRIOT. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Boston, MA.

Simone, M. A. (2004, April). Envy of the perfect body: Consumption of image in fitness infomercials. Paper presented at the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Simone, M. A., Mendelson, A., & Fernback, J. (2004, February). Preparing a face: An exploration of online and offline identity presentation. Poster session presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, New Brunswick, NJ.

Simone, M. A. (2004, February). CODE PINK Alert: The Web as a tool and a space in the public sphere. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Graduate Research Forum, School of Communications and Theater, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

Simone, M. A. (2005, May). Processes, principles and policies: The public interest standard in U.S. media regulation. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, New York, NY.

Simone, M. A. (2005, May). Speaking of discipline: A framework for analyzing the discourse of state surveillance. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, New York, NY.

Simone, M. A. (2005, April). U.S. media’s “neoliberalization” of social policy: The case of poverty and welfare. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Simone, M. A. (2005, March). From chaos to commercialism: The politics of the public interest in communications policy, 1922-1947. Paper presented at the 7th Annual Graduate Research Forum, School of Communications and Theater, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

Simone, M. A. (2005, November). The role of the citizen in political communication. Presented to Communication Studies majors enrolled in the Introduction to Communication Studies Course, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Simone, M. A. (2005, March). The public’s public interest: Television as a shared public sphere. Presentation at the School of Communication and Theater Theory and Research Seminar Series (STARSS), Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

Simone, M. A. (2006). Mediated citizenship in the public sphere. Social Semiotics, 16 (2), 345-364.

Simone, M. A., & Fernback, J. (2006). Invisible hands or public spheres? Theoretical foundations for U.S. broadcast policy. Communication Law & Policy, 11 (2), 287-313.

Simone, M. A. (2006, November). Give me liberty and give me surveillance: A case study of the U.S. Government’s discourse of surveillance. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Simone, M. A. (2006, August). Inherited tensions: The semantic struggle for the public interest in media policy. Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Simone, M. A. (2006, April). Narratives of fear and optimism: The transformative potential of convergence for media and telecommunications policy. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Simone, M. A., Hains, R., & Retano, M. (2006, March). Dissertating 101: Survival skills for the Ph.D. candidate—a roundtable discussion. Paper presented at a competitive panel at the 10th Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Communication Association, Montclair State University, NJ.

Simone, M. A. (2006, March). Citizenship for a new era. Presentation to Communication Studies majors enrolled in the Introduction to Communication Studies Course, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Simone, M. A. (Panelist). (2006, December). Crossfire: Bias in news coverage, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Simone, M. A. (Participant). (2006, February). 30 Years from now. Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Simone, M. A. (2007). “My life has never been better!”: The infomercial as a vehicle for learning to critically use and assess persuasive appeals. Teaching Ideas for the Basic Communication Course, 11. 47-52.

Simone, M. A. (2007). Do we know what we want our students to learn, and how do we know they are learning?: Reflections on the 2007 IUPUI Assessment Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Simone, M. A. (Editor). (2007, Summer). Sharing classroom success: Best practices for teaching and learning in the public speaking course. Glassboro, NJ.

Simone, M. A., & Arnold, L. B. (2007, November). Evaluating the basic course: A plan for programmatic assessment of student learning. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

Simone, M. A., Ferguson, R., Melchiore, S., Murphy, J., & Ragen, L. (Chair & respondent). (2007, April). Competitive panel, Virtual voice: intersections of technology and activism, Eastern Communication Association Conference, Providence, RI.

Simone, M. A. (2007, March, November). Deliberative democracy and “fake news.” Presentation to Communication Studies majors enrolled in the Introduction to Communication Studies course, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Simone, M. A. (Panelist). (2007, January). Praxis Circle Leader & Diversity Delegation Member at the National Media Reform Conference, Memphis, TN.

Simone, M. A. (2008). CODE PINK alert: Mediated citizenship in the public sphere. In K. Wahl-Jorgensen (Ed.), Mediated citizenships (pp. 141-160). New York, NY: Routledge.

Simone, M. A. (Editor). (2008, Summer). Sharing classroom success: Best practices for teaching and learning in the public speaking course (2nd ed.). Glassboro, NJ.

Simone, M.A. (2008, November). Mediated networks for deliberative democracy: Connecting enclave and shared spheres. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

Simone, M. A., Riddell, W., Farrell, S., & Jansson, P. M. (2008, June). Communication in a project based learning design course. Paper presented at the ASEE Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Simone, M. A. (2008, May). Making a difference: Three waves of media reform movements work to reclaim the public interest standard as a tool for the people. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Simone, M. A. (2008, April, November). Deliberative democracy and “fake news.” Presentation to Communication Studies majors enrolled in the Introduction to Communication Studies course, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Simone, M. A. (2009). Give me liberty and give me surveillance: A case study of the U.S. government’s discourse of surveillance. Critical Discourse Studies, 6 (1), 1-14.

Simone, M. A. (2010). Deliberative democracy online: Bridging networks with digital technologies. The Communication Review, 13 (2), 120-139.

Simone, M. A., Carveth, R., & Curnalia, R. (2010, April). New media horizons in the classroom: The use of participatory media for community building, collective intelligence, and assessment. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Simone, M. A. (2010, April). Teaching for deliberative democracy: The challenges of confronting student assumptions and ideology. Paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Simone, M. A. (2010, March). Deliberative democracy online: Bridging networks with digital technologies. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Simone, M.A. (2010, November). Using Twitter and wikis in the classroom to build community and collective intelligence. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Simone, M. A., Beley, J., Harman, K., & Laico, B. (2011, April). Panel, What Is the Power of Participatory Media? Case Studies in Collaborative Production, Networking, and Citizen Discussion. Eastern Communication Association Conference, Arlington, VA.

Simone, M. A., Cypher, J. M., & Arnold, L. B. (2011, April). True access and the spirit of universal design: The power of social change across communication education. Panel presentation at the Eastern Communication Association Conference, Arlington, VA.

Simone, M. (2013, April). “Are Social Networking Sites Building Bridges to Nowhere?” Presentation, Eastern Communication Association Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.

Simone, M., and Strasser, D. (2013, April). “Iron(wo)men in Underpants: Embodiment of Resistance and Reification in the Performance of the Female Triathlete Body.” Presentation, Eastern Communication Association meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.

Simone, M. (2014, April). “We Are (Are We?) Really Helping People: The Service Learning Experiment in Political Communication and Digital Communities.” Presentation, Eastern Communication Association meeting, Providence, RI.

Stoll, D. R. (2005). Review of The art of changing the brain: Enriching the practice of teaching by exploring the biology of learning, by J. Zull. NEA Today.

Stoll, D. R. (2006, Spring). Review of Minding American education: Reclaiming the tradition of active learning, by M. Bickman. NEA Today.

Stoll, D. R. (2009). Children’s magazines. In (Ed./Eds.), Chicago companion to the child. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Stoll, D. (Editor). (2009, Spring). Enacting change: Challenges and opportunities: Report of the Rowan University Self-Study Team (RUSST) in preparation for the 2009 Middle States Commission on Higher Education accreditation visit. Glassboro, NJ.

Strasser. Lair, D., & Strasser, D. (2012). “’Mad Men’s’ Mad Men: Multiple Masculinities and the Masculinity-in-Crisis Narrative. In D. Stern, J. Manning, & J. Dunn (Eds.), “Lucky Strikes and a Three-Martini Lunch: Thinking about Television’s ‘Mad Men’” (pp. 177-191). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Strasser. Simone, M., & Strasser, D. (2013, April). “Iron(wo)men in Underpants: Embodiment of Resistance and Reification in the Performance of the Female Triathlete Body.” Presentation, Eastern Communication Association Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.

Strasser, D. (2013, April). “Communicating the (Im)possibility of Equality: Communication Studies Scholars Discuss the Chick-Fil-A Controversy.” Panel Presentation, Central States Communication Association Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Strasser, D. (2013, April). ”Discussing Differences and Communicating Possibilities: Constructing Supportive Classroom Climate.” Panel Presentation, Central States Communication Association Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Strasser. Suter, E. A., Morr Serewicz, M., Hanna, M., & Strasser, D. (2012, November). “Communication Privacy Management of Parents in Transracial, International Adoptive Families: Rule Attributes and Rule Structures. Presentation, National Communication Association Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Strasser, D. (2013). Frances R. Lax Faculty Development Grant, $1000.

Strasser, J. (2013, November). “The ABCs of GLBT.” Presentation, 27th Annual School Health Workshop, Xavier University.

Strasser, J. (2013, November). “ ‘You Sure Are One Book-Smart Roofer’: How Class and Masculinities Informed My Journey from Black Tar Roof to Ivory Tower.” Presentation, National Communication Association conference, Washington, DC.

Streb, E. J. (2006, April). From Bigfoot to big stories: Supermarket tabloids and the quest for credibility. Paper presented at the Popular Culture Association Annual National Convention, Atlanta, GA.

Streb, E. J. (2007, April). The shopping mall: From American icon to endangered species? Paper presented at the Popular Culture Association Annual National Convention, Boston, MA.

Streb, E. J. (2009, April). From Piggly Wiggly to groceries in the round: Rhetorical dimensions of American supermarkets. Paper accepted for presentarion at the Popular Culture Association Annual National Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Streb, E. J. (2011, March). From madness to Legoland: Confessions of a blue collar pop scholar. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Streb, E. (2012, November). “The Communicative Aspects of Secret Handshakes,” On “NFL Presents.” Appearance aired on ESPN2, NFL Network.

Streb, E. (2014, April). “When Harry Met Mickey: Designing Theme Parks for a New Generation of ‘Muggles.’” Presentation, Popular Culture Association convention, Chicago, IL.

Teston, C. (2008, October). Multimodal deliberations in a medical workplace setting: A tumor board study. Paper presented at the Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric & Composition, Louisville, KY.

Teston, C. (2008, April). Knowledge-building & decision-making in risky situations: A tumor board study. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, New Orleans, LA.

Teston, C. (2008, March). You say medicine, I say mêtis-ine: The “promise” of healthcare in the 21st century. Paper presented at the Rhetoric Society of America, Seattle, WA.

Teston, C. (2008, February). Risk and representation: A tumor board study. Paper presented at the University of Santa Barbara International Conference on Writing Research across Borders, Santa Barbara, CA.

Teston, C. (2009). A grounded investigation of genred guidelines in cancer care deliberations. Written Communication, 26 (3), 320-348. Winner of the National Council of Teachers of English “Best Article Reporting Qualitative or Quantitative Research in Technical or Scientific Communication.”

Teston, C. (2009). From artifact to action: The role of visual rhetoric in medical decision-making. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Teston, C., & Others. (2010). Digital publics and participatory education. Digital Culture and Education, 2 (2), 152-171.

Teston, C. (2010, March). From artifact to action: The role of medical images in cancer care deliberations. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY.

Teston, C. (2010, May). Where scripture meets screen: A rhetorical analysis of multimodal homiletics in the contemporary Protestant Church. Paper presented at the Rhetoric Society of America Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Teston, C. (2010, October). Practical models toward implementing a grounded theory approach for studying writing and rhetoric. Paper presented at the Thomas R. Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, Louisville, KY.

Thomas, S. (2012, September–November). Exhibition of work at “Noyes Museum 2012 Signature Artist Members Exhibition,” Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ.

Thomas, S. (2012, October). Exhibition of work at “Festival of Fine Craft,” Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, Millville, NJ.

Thomas, S. (2012, December). Exhibition of work at “Annual Pottery Show and Sale,” Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown, NJ.

Thomas, S. (2013, May). “Aesthetics and the Ceramic Arts.” Presentation, Gloucester County Arts League, Mullica Hill, NJ.

Tweedie, S. (2007). Thinking not inside or outside but about the boxes. Liberal Education, 93 (3), 49-51.

Tweedie, S. (2007). American, the beautiful. Doorknobs and BodyPaint, (49). www.iceflow.com.

Tweedie, S. (2007, March). What exactly is this major?: Creating a writing department’s identity through an introductory course to the major. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, New York, NY.

Tweedie, S. (2008, Winter). Seville, midafternoon. Loch Raven Review. www.lochravenreview.net.

Tweedie, S. (2008, June). Stimulus package. Word riot. www.wordriot.org.

Tweedie, S., Courtney, J., Harvey, R., Martin, D., & Wolff, W. (2008, April). Building and sustaining an independent writing major: Insights from a decade of departmental experience. Paper presented at a panel at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, New Orleans, LA.

Tweedie, S. (2009, Summer). When your number is up. Hospital drive: A journal of reflective practice in word & image 4. http://hospitaldrive.med.virginia.edu/issue4/story/tweedie.html.

Tweedie, S., & Harvey, R. (2009, January). Assessing the effectiveness of a learning community approach to writing instruction. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Forum on Higher Education Learning Issues, Las Vegas, NV.

Tweedie, S., Courtney, J., & Wolff, W. I. (2010). What exactly is this major?: Creating disciplinary identity through an introductory course. In G. Giberson & T. Moriarty (Eds.), What we are becoming: Developments in undergraduate writing majors (pp. 260-276). Logan, UT: Utah State University Press.

Tweedie, S. (2010). loa descending. In W. I. Wolff & B. Hara (Eds.), Photos for the Gulf. Bear, DE: Composing with Images. composingwithimages.com.

Tweedie, S. (2010, April). Creating disciplinary identity through an introductory course in the writing major. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY.

Tweedie, S. (2011, March). Ost Produkt: Living in and writing about the former East Germany. Presentation, College of Communication Research Colloquium, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.

Tweedie, S. (2012, March). Locally developed outcomes for a major that includes creative writing. Presentation at the roundtable “The Next Step: Outcomes for Majors in Writing and Rhetoric” at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis, MO.

Tweedie, S. (2012, Summer). “Take a Professor to Work,” In “Rowan Today”: 22-25.

Tweedie, S. (2012, July 27). “State Prefers Bureaucratic Nitpicking over School Reform.” In “Press of Atlantic City”: A13.

Tweedie, S., Milou, E., et al. (2012, June 27). “Joint Board Wrong for Rowan and Rutgers-Camden.” In “The Courier-Post”: 11A.

Tweedie, S., Milou, E., et al. (2012, June 27). “Move Rowan, Rutgers forward in a Better Way.” In “Gloucester County Times,” “Today’s Sunbeam,” and “The News of Cumberland County.”

Tweedie, S. (2013). “≈An Immodest Proposal for Preventing Our Poor Students from Becoming a Burden to Their Professors and University, Simply by Introducing a New Mark of Punctuation.≈” In “Writing on the Edge,” 23(2): 105-109.

Tweedie, S. (2013). “In the Shadows of a Fallen Wall.” Lincoln, NE: Univ. of Nebraska Press.

Tweedie, S. (2013). “Erosion, 1990.” In Knoblock, W., “The Great Lakes Book Project.” Traverse City, MI: Felix Exi.

Tweedie, S. (2013, March). “Gateway Courses and the Undergraduate Writing Major.” Presentation, Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, NV.

Vilceanu, M. O. (2012). Just-in-time research: An international comparison of media coverage of ICANN control and change issues. In Conference on corporate communication 2012 proceedings.

Vilceanu, M. O. (2012, June). Just-in-time research: An international comparison of media coverage of ICANN control and change issues. Presentation at the Conference on Corporate Communication, New York, NY.

Vilceanu, M. O., & Hatala, E. (2012, May–June). TMI: Using technology to make sense of information, assess teaching, and enhance student learning. Presentation at the Lilly Conference on College & University Teaching, Washington, DC.

Vilceanu. Basso, J., & Vilceanu, M. O. (2013, June). “Baby Boomers and Social Media.” Presentation, Conference on Corporate Communication, New York, NY.

Vilceanu, M. O. (2013). “Bingo Rubrics: Self-regulation Strategies to Engage and Motivate Students.” Presentation, Lilly Conference for College and University Teaching, Bethesda, MD.

Wade, S. (2010). Inside the writing workshop. East Hampton Star.

Wade, S. (2010, October). “A map to the next world”: Narrative ecologies in college composition. Paper presented at the Eighth Annual Watson Conference on Rhetoric and Composition, Louisville, KY.

Wade, S. (2011, April). Beyond a round-up ready curriculum: Permaculture pedagogies and twenty-first century literacies. Keynote address presented at the Southern Connecticut State University Graduate Conference, New Haven, CT.

Wade, S. (2011, April). Narrative ecology: Story as compost and other tales of writing. Paper presented at Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA.

Wade, S. (2011, April). Standpoint of dreams: Utopia and dystopia in Starhawk’s fifth sacred thing. Paper presented at the Northeast Modern Language Association Conference, New Brunswick, NJ.

Wang, T. (2013). “Finding Anything Extreme?: Analyzing the Learning and Development Potential of Art Learning Websites.” Presentation, National Art Education Association Conference, Fort Worth, TX.

Wang, T. (2013). “Is CAVE Effective for 3D Computer Art Learning?” Presentation, National Art Education Association conference, Fort Worth, TX.

Wang, T. (2013). “What Websites Do: Art Learners and Teachers Use Art Education.” In “NAEA News,” 55(4), 15.

Wang, T. (2013). Frances R. Lax Faculty Development Grant, $1000.

Wang, J., Pusztay, M., Petit, C., Fennimore, E., & Richards, M. (2013). “Teaching Asian Arts: Experiencing the Unique Beauty of Asian Arts.” Presentation, Art Educators of New Jersey conference, New Brunswick, NJ.

Wolff, W. I. (2007, March). Welcome to the Big Apple: Geographical space, systems of classification, and their effects on writing instructor identity. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication. New York, NY.

Wolff, W. I. (2008). A chimera of sorts: Rethinking educational technology grant programs, courseware innovation, and the language of educational change. Computers & Education, 51 (3), 1184–1197.

Wolff, W. I. (2008). Mapping relationships among Web 2.0 applications: A preliminary investigation into a New Information Literacy. [Non-Salary Financial Support Grants for $4811 for hardware and two undergraduate research assistants]. Glassboro, NJ.

Wolff, W. I. (2008). Reconceiving Writing, Research, and Technology by introducing video composition, oral history, and educational outreach. [Innovations in Teaching with Technology Grant for $2500 for hardware]. Glassboro, NJ.

Wolff, W. I. (2008, October). When understanding hypertext isn’t enough: Notes toward a new online literacy. Paper presented at the 7th Biennial Watson Conference, Louisville, KY.

Wolff, W. I. (2008, June). Preparing online communicators for the future of information systems. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual International Association of Online Communicators Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland.

Wolff, W. I. (2008, April). Building and sustaining an independent writing major: Insights from a decade of departmental experience: Integrating technology. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, New Orleans, LA.

Wolff, W. I. (2008, January). Preparing writers for the future of information systems. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Technology, Knowledge, and Society, Boston, MA.

Wolff, W.I. (2009). Systems of classification and the cognitive properties of grant proposal formal documents. Technical Communication Quarterly, 18 (4), 303-26.

Wolff, W.I., Fitzpatrick, K., & Youssef, R. (2009). Rethinking usability for Web 2.0 and beyond. Currents in Electronic Literacy.

Wolff, W. I. (2009, September). On queens and candy isles: Desire, decaying society, and the literary tradition of “queen of the supermarket.” Paper presented at Glory Days: A Bruce Springsteen Symposium, West Long Branch, NJ.

Wolff, W. I. (2010). Instructor reflection, course & assignment description, and project timeline. In response to "The One: Contagious Kindness," by Chris Cullen. The Journal of Undergraduate Multimedia Projects.

Wolff, W.I. (2010). Instructor reflection, course & assignment description, and project timeline. In response to "Hitler Finds Out about the Downfall Parodies," by Michael Pfister. The Journal of Undergraduate Multimedia Projects.

Wolff, W. I, & Hara, B. (Eds.) (2010). Photos for the Gulf. Bear, DE: Composing with Images. composingwithimages.com.

Wolff, W. I. (Technical Editor). (2010). Sams teach yourself HTML and CSS in 24 hours, by J. Meloni & M. Morrison. Indianapolis, IN: Sams.

Wolff, W. I. (2010). Assistant Professor Travel Grant. Glassboro, NJ.

Wolff, W. I. (2010). College of Communication Technology Grant. Glassboro, NJ.

Wolff, W. I. (2010). Honorable Mention, Junior Faculty Innovative Teaching Award. Glassboro, NJ.

Wolff, W. I. (Photography). (2010, October-present). "Decompositions & other Reflections," Whereabouts Café, Newark, DE.

Wolff, W. I. (Photography). (2010, June-August). Four photographs, HOLGA Show, Saans Downtown Gallery, Salt Lake City, UT; selected images available at http://j.mp/cML8zo.

Wolff, W. I. (Photography). (2010, March). New Developments. Pictory Magazine, http://j.mp/cGJvvm.

Wolff, W. I. (2010, March). Revealing meaning, broadcasting history: Notes on the composition of oral history video. Paper delivered at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY.

Wolff, W. I. (2010, May). Remixing composition in the writing classroom: An installation of student videos. Paper presented at the Computers and Writing Online Conference, West Lafayette, IN.

Wolff, W. I. (2010, May). When understanding hypertext isn’t enough: Thoughts on writing in the age of Web 2.0. Paper presented at the Computers and Writing Conference, West Lafayette, IN.

Wolff, W. I., Sullivan, R., Meloni, J., & Stolley, K. (2010, May). Twitter from the ground up. Workshop presented at the Computers and Writing Conference, West Lafayette, IN.

Wolff. Stolley, K., Meloni, J., Sullivan, R., & Wolff, W. I. (2010, May). Twitter to infinity and beyond. Workshop presented at the Computers and Writing Conference, West Lafayette, IN.

Wolff, W. I, & Hara, B. (Eds.) (2011). Photos for the Gulf: First anniversary edition (2nd ed). Bear, DE: Composing with Images. composingwithimages.com.

Wolff, W. I. (2012). "'@AshleyLaur: OMG I GOT AMAZING SEATS!!!! FREAKING OUT!!!!!!!! Bruce Springsteen, here we come!!!!': #Springsteen, Concert Tweets, and the Evolution of Fandom." Presentation, Glory Days: A Bruce Springsteen Symposium, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ.

Wolff, W. I. (2012). "In Defense of Influence: Springsteen’s 2012 SXSW Keynote and the Literary Tradition of Poetic Creativity." Presentation, Glory Days: A Bruce Springsteen Symposium, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ.

Wolff, W. I. (Photography). (2013, June–August). ”Chocolates: A Series of Polaroid Photographs,” on exhibit at Colourworks, Wilmington, DE.

Wolff, W. I. (2013, June). "Baby, We Were Born to Tweet: @Springsteen, Concert Tweets, and an Emergent Transmediated Composing Community." Presentation, Computers and Writing Conference, Frostburg State University, Frostburg, MD.

Woodworth, A. (2008). A feminist theorization of Sofia Coppola’s postfeminist trilogy. In M. Block (Ed.), Situating the feminist gaze and spectatorship in postwar cinema (pp. 137-167). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Woodworth, A. (2009, February/March). From dirty to darling: Clint Eastwood’s widowers and postfeminist masculinity. Paper presented at Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

Woodworth, A. (2010, March). The great man weepie: Masochism, male melodrama, and feminism. Paper presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Woodworth, A. (Speaker). (2010, March). Forum, M. Block (Ed.), Situating the feminist gaze and spectatorship in postwar cinema, Bluestocking Books, New York, NY.

Woodworth, A. (2013, March). “Daddy Dearest: The Rhetoric of Father’s Rights in Paternal Melodramas.” Presentation, Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association Conference, Washington, DC.

Woodworth, A. (2013, March). “Where Bromance Fears to Tread? The Boundaries of Male Love and Friendship in ‘Humpday.’” Presentation, Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Chicago, IL.

Zehner, R., Kopp, C., and Martin, D. (2014, March). “Exploring Writing across the Disciplines through Academic Literacies.” Presentation, International TESOL convention, Portland, OR.