Research and Scholarship

Collaborative Research and Scholarship

Research and Scholarship


Faculty Scholarship

Hayden Wimmer

Hayden Wimmer, Ph.D., assistant professor of business education and information and technology management, presented a paper titled "A Multi-Agent System for Healthcare Data Privacy" at the America's Conference for Information Systems (AMCIS) in Savannah, GA which won best paper in track and was nominated for best paper of conference. AMCIS is one of the largest and most respected conferences in Information Systems.

 

Elena Litvinova

Elena Litvinova, instructor of developmental instruction, had her article, “Adding Another Row to The Time-Distance-Speed Diagram,” published in Mathematics Teaching in U.K. During the last two years, she has worked collaboratively with her husband, Semyon Litvinov, on a comprehensive review of elementary methods of solving inequalities, including a non-traditional Interval Method.

Student Research

Learning beyond the classroom

More than 150 student researchers capped the spring semester, and the 2013-14 academic year, by showcasing their work during scholarship celebrations hosted by the College of Education, College of Liberal Arts and College of Science and Technology across campus.

Student Research

Among the variety of science and technology research topics included the using remote sensing techniques to analyze vegetation, sampling residential water outside the Marcellus Shale region and using Google mapping to measure the effectiveness of sand dune stabilization.

Among the variety of education research topics included the effects of touch math, effectiveness of homework and impact of school-wide positive behavior interventions.

Among the variety of liberal arts presentation topics included the philosophical effects of disgust on morality, the influence of Catalonian and Parisian Culture in art, and American-Chinese relations during the Robert Nixon administration. Among the topics of posters included an ethnographic approach to the availability of autism support and services, personalized email communication between students and professors and gender perceptions in family life.

Students unearth archaeological discoveries

Hopewell Field School

Summer break has begun a little differently for a group of anthropology students, who have put their vacation plans on hold for a memorable field school experience in Ohio. Among the highlights so far, they say, have been learning the processes of an archaeological dig, discovering Hopewell artifacts and campfire conversations — along with a growing appreciation of wind and shade.

DeeAnne Wymer, professor of anthropology, and a group of students hit the road each spring in mid-May to spend four weeks in southern Ohio digging at a Hopewell habitation site. The archeological field school experience enables student teams to rely on new imaging technologies to uncover another living site of the Mound Builders from 2,000 years ago. #CollaborativeLearning