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Faculty/Staff Publications

September 01, 2022

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Check out recent publications -- books, articles, chapters and more -- from Winthrop faculty and staff. 

ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA -- Let's celebrate and support the hard work and scholarship of Winthrop faculty and staff.

 

UPCOMING

APRIL 2023

Amy Clausen, instructor of special education
Book: "The Educator's Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorder: Interventions and Treatments"
Chapters: "The Incredible Five Point Scale" and "Time Delay"
SAGE Publications

 

FALL 2022

Jared Androzzi, professor of physical education; physical education program director
Article: "HIIT PE: A Theme-Based Framework for Multiple Learning Environments"
Journal of Physical Educaton, Recreation & Dance, Vol. 93, Issue 6

Adolphus Belk Jr., professor of political science
Chapter: "Reflection Eternal: Lessons Learnt (and Relearnt)" in Mĩcere Githae Mũgo's Making Life Sing in Pursuit of Utu
Bookcraft Africa

Amy Clausen, instructor of special education
1. Article: "Teaching Word Problem Solving to Students With Autism and Intellectual Disability"
TEACHING Exceptional Children
2. Article: "Preparing General Education Teachers to Include Students With Extensive Support Needs: An Analysis of SPED 101 Courses"
The Journal of Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children

Mark Dewalt, professor emeritus and adjunct education faculty
Article: "Amish Mortality Rates in the Twenty-First Century"
The Journal of Plain Anabaptist Communities, Fall 2022

 

Elizabeth Dulemba, associate professor of illustration
1. Article: "Covid, Inclusivity, and Mindfulness: Three Years of Picture Book Trends"
Publishers Weekly, Oct. 27, 2022
2. Podcast: Storyland (China)

M. Greg Oakes, associate dean for the College of Arts and Sciences
Article: "Is There a Principle of Continued Material Being?"
Process Studies, Vol. 51(2)

 

SUMMER 2022

Richard Chacon, professor of anthropology
Co-edited the volume: "Trade Before Civilization: Long Distance Exchange and the Rise of Social Complexity"
Cambridge University Press

 

Amy Clausen, instructor of special education
1. Article: "Professional Development Needs Reported by General Education Teachers at Inclusive Private Christian Schools"
Journal of Research on Christian Education
2. Article: "Inclusive Supports and Strategies to Increase Opportunities to Respond for All Learners"
TEACHING Exceptional Children

Matthew Fike, professor of English 
Article: "Jung's Letter to Major Donald E. Keyhoe"
Journal of Jungian Scholarly Studies, Vol. 17, No. 1


Jason Tselentis, professor of design 
Article: "Lettering Style and Substance"
PanelxPanel 59, No.59

 

SPRING 2022

Adolphus Belk Jr., professor of political science
Book: “For the Culture: Hip-Hop and the Fight for Social Justice”*
Chapter: "Going Upstate: Challenging Mass Imprisonment in New York State"
University of Michigan Press
*The co-editor is Dr. Lakeyta Bonnette-Bailey ‘04.


Amanda Hiner, professor of English and chair of the Department of English
Book: "British Women Satirists in the Long Eighteenth Century"
Cambridge University Press


Elizabeth Dulemba, associate professor of illustration
Article: "Pattern Recognition Drawing"
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators


Minnie Mize, assistant professor of education
Article: "Technology-assisted reading fluency interventions for students with reading difficulties: evidence from a meta-analytic approach of single case design studies"
Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology

 

Kiyoshi Sasaki, assistant professor of biology
Article: "Woody Plant Communities After 40 Years of Pollution Control and Restoration in Smelter-Denuded Landscapes"
Northeastern Natural, Vol. 29, No. 1

 

Jennifer Schafer, assistant professor of biology
Co-authored with fellow Winthrop faculty members Matt Stern, Daniel Stovall, and Laura Glasscock
Article: "A Faculty-Led, Community-Building Program That Enhances Student-Faculty Connections Within Biology"
Journey of Microbiology & Biology Education, Vol. 23, No. 2

 

Julian P.S. Smith III, professor of biology and director of the Winthrop Microscopy Facility
1. Article: "Bradynectes Ensifer"
Zootaxa

2. Article: "Orostylis gen. nov., a new genus of Dalytyphloplanida with seven new species (Platyhelminthes: Rhabdocoela)"
Zootaxa

Anthony Strange, associate professor and program director for the Master of Education in Counseling and Development 
1. Chapter: "Communication Preferences of Collegiate Students"
Online Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
2. Chapter: "Collaborative Learning: Collegiate Pedagogy Utilizing Web Conferencing"
Balancing the Tension Between Digital Technologies and Learning Sciences
Springer

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