Recent Faculty Books and Articles

1/26/2010

Melanie Berkmen, Chemistry and Biochemistry. Her article, "Polar Positioning of a Conjugation Protein from the Integrative and Conjugative Element ICEBs1 of Bacillus subtilis" (with Suffolk alumna Emma-Kate Loveday) was published in the Journal of Bacteriology, Vol. 192, Issue 1, Jan. 2010. Their fluorescence micrograph of bacterial cells is featured on the cover of that issue.

Brenda J. Bond, Public Management, published an article “The Application of Private-Sector Best Practices to Strategic Decision-Making: Investing in Police Research and Development” in Subject to Debate, a newsletter of the police executive research forum, Vol. 23, No. 12, Dec. 2009.

Robert DeFillippi, Strategy and International Business, published “Dilemmas of Project-based Media Work: Contexts and Choices” in the Journal of Media Business Studies, 6 (4), 5-30, 2009.  This was the lead article for a refereed and externally reviewed special issue on Project Management in Audiovisual Media. He was also the lead editor (with Refik Culpan) of a special issue on “Multi-Organizational Partnerships, Alliances, and Networks: Vehicles for Innovation and Change” published in the International Journal of Strategic Business Alliances, Vol. 1, Issue 3, 2010.

Roberto Domínguez, Government, has published “La Regionalización de América del Norte” in Desarrollo Regional. Estrategias y Oportunidades, Mexico: UNAM-Gernika, pp. 105-128.

Charles Kindregan, Law School, authored two law review articles:  “Considering Mom: Maternity and the Model Act Governing Assisted Reproductive Technology,” 17 Amer. Univ. Journal of Gender, Social Policy and Law 601 (2009), and “Dead Dads: Thawing an Heir from the Freezer,” 35 Wm. Mitchell Law Rev. 433 (2009).  He also co-authored a book Assisted Reproductive Technology Supplement (with Law School alumna Maureen McBrien), published by the American Bar Association (2009).

Quentin Miller, English, published an essay “The Fire Next Time and the Law,” in African American Culture and Legal Discourse, London: Palgrave, 2009 (117-130).

Elaine Pascale, Second Language Services, published a book of short stories, If Nothing Else, Eve, We’ve Enjoyed the Fruit (Withersin Press).

Sukanya Ray and Debra Harkins of Psychology have published two articles in the Journal of American Psychological Research, Vol. 5 No. 1: “An Exploratory Study of Resilience and Coping Strategies Among Portuguese-Speaking Immigrant Women Survivors of Domestic Violence” (co-authored with Carla Maria dos Santos Bernardes) and “Peer Teasing, Body-Image and Eating Problems among Women” (co-authored with Moira Traci Creedon).

Lydia Segal, Business Law and Ethics.  Her article "Independence from Political Influence--A Shaky Shield:  A Study of Ten Inspectors General" was accepted for publication in the journal Public Integrity.

Yong Xue, History, had a book published in China: A Critique of Peking University, Beida piping (Jiangsu Literature and Art Publishing House).

David Yamada, Law School, published a book chapter “The Adult Educator as Public Intellectual” in Challenging the Professionalization of Adult Education: John Ohliger and Contradictions in Modern Practice (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2009), and an article “Understanding and Responding to Bullying and Related Behaviors in Healthcare Workplaces” in Frontiers of Health Services Management, Vol. 25, No. 4: 33 (2009).

 

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