KSU Foundation
Prize For Publication
Award


KSU Foundation Prize for Publication
Recipients Sponsored by the

KSU Foundation

 
2011  

 

College of the Arts

Ivan Pulinkala,Department of Theatre, Performance Studies and Dance For His Original Choreographic Work "Chakra" Performed At Kennesaw State University And The Kennedy Center

Divesh Sharma

 

Coles College of Business

Divesh Sharma, Department of Accountancy
For His Article "Former Cpa Partners On The Audit Committee And Internal Control Deficiencies" Published In The Accounting Review

 

 

Bagwell College of Education

Dr. Jo E. Williamson & Dr. Traci C. Redish
For Their Book Iste's Technology Facilitation And Leadership Standards: What Every K-12 Leader Should Know And Be Able To Do Published By The International Society For Technology In Education

 

WellStar College of Health & Human Services

John C. Bradbury, Department of Health, Physical Education and Sports Science
For His Article "Peak Athletic Performance And Aging: Evidence From Baseball" Published In The Journal Of Sports Science

 

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Jeffrey Stepakoff, Department of English
For his book Fireworks Over Toccoa Published By Thomas
Dunne Books

College of Science and Mathematics

Daniela Tapu, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
For her article 13c Nmr Spectroscopy Of "Arduengo-Type" Carbenes And Their Derivatives" Published In The Chemistry Review

   
2010  

John Gentile

College of the Arts


John S. Gentile, Chair of Department of Theatre & Performance Studies and Professor of Performance Studies & Communication
for the College of the Arts production of “Moby Dick”

Rongbing Huang

Coles College of Business


Rongbing Huang, Associate Professor of Economics & Finance
for his article “Testing Theories of Capital Structure and Estimating the Speed of Adjustment”

Pam Cole

Bagwell College of Education


Pam B. Cole, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies and Professor of English Education & Literacy
for her book “Young Adult Literature in the 21st Century”

LeeAnn Lands

College of Humanities & Social Sciences


LeeAnn B. Lands, Associate Professor of History
for her book “The Culture of Property: Race, Class, and Housing Landscapes in Atlanta 1880-1950”

Daniela Tapu

College of Science & Mathematics


Daniela Tapu, Assistant Professor of Chemistry
for her article “The First Phenanthrene-Fused Imidazol-2-ylidene and Its Transition-Metal Complexes”



2009  

Oral Moses

College of Arts


Oral L. Moses, Professor of Music
for his CD recording “Songs of America”

Brett Katzman

Coles College of Business


Brett E. Katzman, Professor of Economics
for his article “Will Competitive Bidding Decrease Medicare Prices?”

Alice Terry

Bagwell College of Education


Alice W. Terry, Associate Professor of Social Studies Education
for her book Service-Learning… by Degrees

James Piecuch

College of Humanities and Social Sciences


James R. Piecuch, Assistant Professor of History
for his book Three Peoples One King

John McLester

WellStar College of Health and Human Services


John R. McLester, Jr., Associate Professor of Health, Physical Education & Sport Science
for his book Applied Biomechanics:  Concepts and Connections

Sean Ellermeyer

College of Science and Mathematics


Sean F. Ellermeyer, Professor of Mathematics
for his article “A Closer Look at the Crease Length Problem”


2008 Foundation Prize for Publication

WellStar College of Health and Human services

L. Annette Bairan, Professor of Nursing
Gloria A. Taylor, Professor of Nursing
Barbara J. Blake, Associate Professor of Nursing

A Model of HIV Disclosure: Disclosure and Types of Social Relationships

   

Coles College of Business

Richard M. Franza, Department Chair and Assistant Professor

For his article Investing in Product Development and Production Capabilities: The Crucial Linkage Between Time-to-Market and Ramp-up Time

   

College of Science and Mathematics

Nikolaos Kidonakis, Associate Professor of Physics

For his article Single Top Quark Production at the Fermilab Tevatron: Threshold Resummation and Finite-order Soft Gluon Corrections

   

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Catherine M. Lewis, Associate professor of History & Women's Studies

For her book Don't Ask What I Shot: How Eisenhower's Love of Golf Helped Shape 1950s America

   

Bagwell College of Education

David J. Martin, Professor of Science Education Elementary and Early Childhood Education

Kimberly S. Loomis, Professor of Middle Grades Science Education

For their textbook Building Teachers: A Constructivist Approach to Introducing Education

   

College of the Arts

Joe D. Remillard Associate Professor of Art

For his solo exhibition at Trinity Gallery

   


2007 Foundation Prize for Publication

College of the Arts

Matthew D. Haffner Assistant Professor of Photography Visual Arts


For his 2007 Public Art installation “Serial City” Serial City is a Public Art Project –a temporary installation of 13 unique works of art around the city of Atlanta.

   

Coles College of Business

Dr. Ann B. Gillette Associate Professor of Economics, Finance and Quantitative Analysis

For her 2007 publication “If at First You Don’t Succeed: The Effect of the Option to Resolicit on Corporate Takeovers” published in The Review of Financial Studies.

   

Bagwell College of Education

Dr. David J. Martin, Professor of Science Education Elementary and Early Childhood Education

For his 2006 textbook “Elementary Science Methods: A Constructivist Approach.” This is the 4th edition of David’s textbook.

 

   

WellStar College of Health & Human Services

 

Dr. David B. Mitchell, Distinguished Scholar in Gerontology and Professor of Health, Physical Education, and Sport Science


For his 2006 publication “Nonconscious Priming After 17 Years: Invulnerable Implicit Memory” published in Psychological Science.

 

   

College of Science and Mathematics

Dr. Wendy B. Sanchez, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Mathematics Education Mathematics and Statistics


For her 2007 “Helping Students Make Sense of Mathematics” published in Mathematics Teacher.

 

2006 Foundation Prize for Publication

College of the Arts

Robert Sherer, Associate Professor of Art

For his series of artworks titled "Blood Works: Portraits of Love and Loss in the Age of Aids."

   

Coles College of Business

Lucy F. Ackert, Professor of Finance

For her article: "The Relationship between Short Interest and Stock Returns in the Canadian Market" co-authored with George Anthanassakos from the University of Western Ontario. The article was published in 2005 in the Journal of Banking and Finance.

   

Bagwell College of Education

Alice W. Terry, Associate Professor of Social Science Education

For her article: "Blueprint for Incorporating Service Learning: A Basic, Developmental, K-12 Service Learning Typology." The article appeared in the Fall 2004 issue of the Association for Experiential Education's prestigious journal Journal of Experiential Education. The article was co-authored with Jann Bohnenberger, Director of Action-Based Learning in Education in Knoxville, Tennessee.

 

   

WellStar College of Health & Human Services

 

Mitchell A. Collins, Professor of Health, Physical Education & Sport Science


For his 2004 article "Effect of Race and Musculoskeletal Development on the Accuracy of Air Plethysmography" published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. The article was co-authored with Mindy Millard-Stafford, Teresa Snow, and Linda Rosskopf from Georgia Tech, and Ellen Evans and Kirk Cureton from the University of Georgia.

Mitchell Collins Oral History

 

   

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Catherine Lewis, Associate professor of History & Women's Studies


For her book: The Changing Face of Public History: The Chicago Historical Society and the Transformation of an American History Museum, published by the Northern Illinois University Press is 2005.

 

   

College of Science and Mathematics

Nikolaos Kidonakis, Assistant professor of Physics


For his article: "Charged Higgs Production via bg ->tH- at the LHC" published in 2005 in the Journal of High Energy Physics.

2005 Foundation Prize for Publication

College of the Arts

 

Laurence E. Sherr, Associate Professor of Music

For his composition: "Duo Concertante for Flute and Percussion." This work was commissioned by Christina Guenther in conjunction with her Florida State University doctoral treatise: "Laurence Scherr: Chamber Works for Flute."

   

Coles College of Business

 

Ann Gillette, Associate Professor of Economics and Finance


For her article "Corporate Board Composition, Protocols, and Voting Behavior," co-authored with Thomas Noe and Michael Rebello from Georgia State University and published in The Journal of Finance.

   

Bagwell College of Education

 

Nita Paris, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology


For her article entitled "Elaborate Analogies in Science Text: Tools for Enhancing Preservice Teachers' Knowledge and Attitudes" co-authored with Shawn Glynn from the University of Georgia, and published in the journal Contemporary Educational Psychology.

   

WellStar College of Health and Human Services

 

Lois Robley, Associate Professor of Nursing
Beverly Farnsworth, Professor of Nursing Emerita
Janice Flynn, Associate Professor of Nursing
Christina Horne, Professor of Nursing


For their article "This New House: Building Knowledge Though Online Learning" published in the Journal of Professional Nursing.

   

College of Humanities and Social Sciences


Sarah Robbins, Professor of English


For her book: Managing Literacy, Mothering America, published by the University of Pittsburgh Press.

   

College of Science and Mathematics

Ted LaRosa


For his article: "New Nonthermal Filaments at the Galactic Center: Are They Tracing a Globally Ordered Field," co-authored with Michael Nord form the University of New Mexico and T. Joseph Lazio and Namir Kassim from the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington DC, published in The Astrophysical Journal.

2004 Foundation Prize for Publication

Coles College of Business

 

Gabriel G. Ramirez, Professor of Finance

For his article: "Debtor-in-Possession Financing and Bankrupcy Resolution: Empirical Evidence" with co-authors Sandeep Dahiya, Georgetown University, Kose John, New York University, & Manju Puri, Stanford University.

   

Bagwell College of Education

 

Tak C. Chan, Professor of Educational Leadership

For his article: "Warranting the Field Performance of Educational Leadership Graduates: How One University Acts" with co-authors Michael Richardson & Harbison Pool, Georgia Southern University.

   

WellStar College of Health and Human Services

Ping Hu Johnson, Assistant professor of Health, Physical Education & Sport Science

For her article: "A Qualitative Exploration of Health Behaviors and the Associated Factors Among University Students from Different Cultures" with co-author Mark Kittleson, Southern Illinois University.

   

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Jack Moran, Associate Professor of Political Science

For his book: From Garrison State to Nation-State: Political Power and the Russian Military Under Gorbachev and Yeltsin

   

College of Science and Mathematics

Sean F. Ellermeyer, Professor of Mathematics
Jerald D. Hendrix, Professor of Biology


For their article: "A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation of Delayed Growth Response in the Continuous Culture of Bacteria" with co-author Nariman Ghoochan, a KSU student.

2003 Foundation Prize for Publication

College of the Arts

Laurence E. Sherr, Associate Professor of Music

For his composition: "Fugitive Footsteps"

   

Coles College of Business

Lucy F. Ackert, Professor of Finance

For her article: "Market Behavior in the Presence of Divergent and Imperfect Private Information: Experimental Evidence from Canada, China and the United States"

   

Bagwell College of Education

Alice W. Terry, Assistant Professor of Social Science Education

For her article: "Community Problem Solving Works for Middle Level Students"

   

WellStar College of Health and Human Services

Gloria Anne Jones Taylor, Associate Professor of Nursing

For her article: "Effects of a Culturally Sensitive Breast Self -Examination Intervention"

   

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Sarah R. Robbins, Professor of English & English Education

For her article: "'The Future of Good and Great of Our Land': Republican Mothers, Female Authors, and Domesticated Literacy in Antebellum New England"

   

College of Science and Mathematics

Patricia H. Reggio, Professor of Chemistry

For her article: "SR141716A Molecule Interaction"

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