Faculty Scholarship - Larry L. Luing School of Business
Anthony Avallone presented “Cultural Immersion – Then Reversion: The Experience of Expatriates in Ukraine” at the Third Annual American Business Research Conference at Adelphi University.
Faculty Scholarship - School of Health Studies
Barbara Harper presented a workshop "We Care Adult Care, Inc" in Middletown, NJ on the topic, "Life Improvement Home Technology," reviewing the strategies to help senior citizens remain independent and safe in their homes through the use of assistive technologies.
Barbara Harper gave a lecture/demonstration to nursing students from Monmouth University on the use of technology for caregiving.
Faculty Scholarship - School of Professional Studies
Kimberly Collica presented “Feeling Positive About HIV: Prison-Based Peer Educators and Self-Esteem” at the American Society of Criminology conference in Atlanta, GA.
Mary Jane Clerkin is the recipient of a 2014 United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) Hall of Fame Award. Dr. Clerkin was recognized for her years of professional experience and her many accomplishments that have helped lay the foundation for distance learning. The award will be presented at the USDLA National Conference in St. Louis, MO, on May 5. In addition, Dr. Clerkin presented “The New Interactive Embedded Course Resource: A Living Text!” at the Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning in Lake Buena Vista, FL. She also presented “Talk To Me. Don’t Text” at the Annual Conference of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Cooperative for Educational Technologies.
John LaValle presented “A Personal Account of Gay Adoption” at the Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Adoption conference held in Hollywood, FL, and sponsored by the Southeast Florida Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology.
Hugo Walter is the author of “Magnificent Houses in Twentieth Century European Literature” (Peter Lang International Academic Publishers 2012).