Faculty and Staff Sketches

September 28, 2021 (Volume 45, Number 3)

In the News

Kathryn A. Remlinger, professor of English, was interviewed for a story, "Michigan's Upper Peninsula, a World Apart," published by the Washington Post.

GVSU was highlighted by Diverse: Issues In Higher Education for achieving high marks on the four pillars of Diverse Organizational Impact and Transformation (institutional leadership and commitment; institutional curricular & co-curricular accountability; institutional climate; and institutional representation/composition).

Sketches

Faculty and staff members who have given virtual presentations or had their research published are detailed below. The campus community can self-submit a sketch online for future publication. 

Julia VanderMolen, associate professor of public health, received the 2021 Blackboard Catalyst Award for Inclusive Education for contributions to education that have been accomplished with the innovative use of Blackboard solutions. The award honors those who are leveraging technology to ensure their pedagogy, content and educational services are fully inclusive and supportive of all learners.

Kuhelika De, assistant professor of economics, was a co-author of an article, "Effects of Monetary Policy on Food Inequality in India," published in the Journal of Development Studies.

Oindrila Mukherjee, associate professor of writing, had an excerpt, "The Confidante," from her recently completed novel, published in the journal Ecotone.

Brett Crawford, assistant professor of management, was a co-author of an article, "Entrepreneurial Imagining: How a Small Team of Arts Entrepreneurs Created the World's Largest Traveling Carillon," published in Organization Studies.

Charlyn Partridge, assistant professor of water resources, was a co-author of an article, "Back to the Future: Reintegrating Biology to Understand how Past Eco-evolutionary Change Can Predict Future Outcomes," published in Integrative and Comparative Biology.

Sean Woznicki, assistant professor of water resources, was invited to join the editorial board for the journal, Water.

Jina Lee, assistant professor of criminal justice, was a co-author of articles, "Impact of Propensity to Trust on the Perception of Police: An Integrated Framework of Legitimacy Perspective," published in Policing: An International Journal; and "The Specific Deterrent Effects of Criminal Sanctions for Intimate Partner Violence," published in the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology.

Grace Coolidge, professor of history, gave a virtual presentation, "Sex Work and the Noble Family: Illegitimacy in Fifteenth and Sixteenth-Century Castile," at the Renaissance Society of America's Annual Meeting. 

Vandana Pednekar-Magal, professor of communications, gave virtual presentations, "Territory, Identity and the Internet in India," at the International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference; and "Reclaiming Integrity in the Media: Seeing beyond Disinformation, Bias and Exclusion," at the Lakeshore Ethnic Diversity Alliance Summit.

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