Faculty SOTL Publications and Presentations
Stonehill faculty have been been active in the scholarship of teaching and learning for years. Below is a selected list of SOTL publications and conference presentations by Stonehill faculty.
Faculty SOTL Publications
Karen L. Anderson
"Unlocking the Power of Observation" (with D.M. Martin and E.E. Faszewksi), Science and Children, September 2006, 28-31.
"Response to Case Study: "What Knowledge is Worth Knowing?" Grammar, Critical Thinking, and Revision in Writing Conferences." Journal of College Reading and Learning, 2001 32 (1), 106-112.
"Novel Teaching Materials: Uses of Fiction in Business and Society Courses." Current Topics in Management, Volume 2, eds. In Rahim, M. Afzalur (et al.). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1997.
James Chichetto, C.S.C.
"Using Metaphor as A Tool of Criticism in the Classroom. The Connecticut Literary Forum, New Haven, 2002.
"Teaching Western Philosophy in Japan; One Experience." Manusya Journal of Humanities, 2001, 1-2, 146-155.
"Responding to Student Writing" (with J. Dorman); and "Planning and Facilitating Discussion" (with M. Lawrence and P. Edwards). Strategies for Teaching Assistant and International Teaching Assistant Development: Beyond Micro Teaching. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2007.
"To Teach Without A Net: Toward a Pedagogy of Imagination and Collaboration." Wisdom's Children: The Impact of Feminism on the Study of New Testament and Early Christianity. ed. Shelley Matthews el al. T and T Clark International, 2003, 58-73.
Geoffrey P. Lantos
"Motivating Students: The Attitude of the Professor." Marketing Education Review, 1997, 7(2), 27-38.
"Integrating Service-Learning into a Business School Curriculum" (et al.). The Journal of Management Education, October 1998, 22(5), 637-654.
"Developing a Freshman Seminar: Challenges and Opportunities" (et al.). The Journal of Management Education, February 1997, 21(1), 27-43.
"Knowledge Change in the Context of a College Course in Organic Chemistry" (et al.). Journal of Chemical Education, 2000, 77, 333-337.
"Tips for Cheap Trips: Short-Term Travel Courses on a Shoestring" (with K. Talentino). The Teaching Professor, January 2008.
"Thoughts About Teaching Asian American Undergraduates," Introducing Race and Gender into Economics, ed. Robin L. Bartlett. Routledge, 1997, 166-176.
"Reflections on the Coverage of Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in United States Economic History Textbooks" (et al.). Book Reviews in Business and Economic History by H-Net, June 1997.
"Psychoeducation: From Classroom to Treatment Group." College Student Journal, June 2002.
"Promoting active learning using Individual Response Technology in large introductory psychology classes" (with R.S. Feldman). Teaching of Psychology, 34, 2007, 194-196.
"Going on line: Promoting student success via distance learning" (with R.S. Feldman) Improving the first year of college: Research and practice, ed. R.S. Feldman Mahway, NJ Erlbaum, 2005, 161-175.
Editorial, "Northeast Under/graduate Research Organization for Neuroscience (NEURON): The First Year of the Two Conference Model and Our Eleventh Conference for Neuroscience Trainees and Educators" (with M.E. Rhodes, K.L. Endinger, B. Gray and C.A. Frye). Journal of Behavioral and Neuroscience Research, 5, 2007, 1-8.
"Creating 'ownership' among college students: Using a semester-long student-directed research project adaptable to Immunology, Endocrinology or Neuroscience Course" (with J. DeLuca). CBE-Life Science Education, 6, 2007, 332-342.
"A Post-Baccalaureate Undergraduate Level Program in Computer Science." On-site article, Communications of the ACM, 2002.
"International Business Experience: Culture in the Classroom" (with K. Kowalski and P.S. Jaya). Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 7, Fall 2006.
"Teaching Gender Issues Philosophically." In the Socratic Tradition: Essays on Teaching Philosophy. Ed. T. Kasachkoff. Rowman & Littlefield, 2004.
Faculty SOTL Conference Presentations
"A Public-Private Partnership to Increase Enrollment, Retention, and Diversity in Chemistry, Biology and Biochemistry" (with Louis J. Liotta, Maria A. Curtin, Magda James-Pederson and Kendra Twomey). Program of the Building community STEP Grantees Meeting 2007 National Science foundation,division of Undergraduate Education, Washington, DC, March 22-23, 2007.
J. Richard Anderson
"Revisiting The Debit-Credit Argument in the First Accounting Course: Some Empirical Evidence." International Academy of Business and Public Administration, Annual Meeting, Orlando, FLA, January 4-8, 2007.
Karen L. Anderson
"Children as Urban Ecologists: A Model for Inquiry - Preschool through Preservice" (with S. Mooney and K. Marazita '09). National Science Teachers Association National Conference, New Orleans, La., March 21, 2009.
"Globalization Resources & Catholic Social Teaching." ACCU Higher Education Wrap Around at The 2009 Catholic Social Ministry Gathering, Washington, D.C., February 23, 2009.
"Farmingville: A Catholic Social Teaching Case Study on Immigration." 54th Annual Convention of the College Theology Society, Newport, R.I., June 1, 2008.
"Teaching Catholic Social Thought and the Case Study Method: Iraq and Jus Post Bellum Criteria." College Theology Society 53rd Annual Convention, Justice and Peace Section, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, June 1, 2007.
"Using Audio/Visual Resources to Integrate Justice Education in the Classroom." Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities Higher Education Wrap-Around Session (in partnership with the Catholic Social Ministry Gathering), Washington, DC, February 24, 2007.
"The Greening of Stonehill: A Learning Community Experiment" (with Maura Tyrrell). Annual Meeting of the College Theology Society, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis., May 29-June 1, 2003.
"Using Technology in 'Low Cost' Writing Assignments Across the Humanities." NITLE's Encouraging Student Scholarship Conference, Norton, Mass. January 17, 2009.
"Our Toolbox is Overflowing: Towards a Framework for Mapping Technologies and Topics in Introductory Statistics," (with Richard Gariepy). To be presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, New York City, August 2002.
"Towards an Organic Integration: First-Year Seminars and an Integrated First-Year Experience." Associations for General and Liberal Studies Conference, Portland, Maine, October 2007.
"Liberating Science: General Chemistry, Interdisciplinary Learning Communities and Informed Citizenship" (with L. Liotta, K. Talentino and S. Mooney). Phi Beta Kappa and American Conference of Academic Deans Bi-annual Conference, Washington, DC, October 2007.
"The American Revolution in Boston," Teaching American History Teacher's Seminar, Massachusetts History, 1620-1846, for Primary Source, Inc., Watertown, MA, April 2006.
Maryjean V. Crowe
"Interdisciplinary General Education that Honors the Disciplines" (with Susan Mooney, Dean of General Education, John Lanci, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, and two students). Association of American Colleges and Universities Network for Academic Renewal Conference, Philadelphia, PA, March 1, 2003.
"Performance Lies My Professor Told Me: The Case for Teaching Software Performance Engineering to Undergraduates." Fourth International ACM Workshop on Software and Performance, San Francisco, CA, January 14-16, 2004
"Pedagogy and Late Adopters," NERCOMP Special Interest Group, The P Work: What is Pedagogy, and Should It Drive Instructional Technology? Southbridge, MA, January 19, 2006.
"Supporting Collaborative Teaching: A Tale of Two Colleges" (with K. Talentino and T. Ammirati). American Conference of Academic Deans Annual Meeting: Washington, D.C., January 26, 2008.
"Leveraging Technology to Teach Business Technology and Analysis," (with Robert Carver). Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference, Bridgewater State College, August 2004.
"Our Toolbox is Overflowing Towards a Framework for Mapping Technologies and Topics in Introductory Statistics," (with Robert Carver). Presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, New York City, August 2002.
Rick Gribble, C.S.C.
"Catholic Education in Progressive Era San Francisco: Theory and Practice." American Catholic Historical Association, Philadelphia, PA, January 5, 2006.
"Extending Guided-Inquiry Experiments in Research Proposals in General Chemistry" (with Barbara Anzivino). Center for Workshops in the Chemical Education Through Workshops and Community Building." 233rd American Chemical Society National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 26, 2007.
"A Public-Private Partnership to Increase Enrollment, Retention, and Diversity in the Sciences" (with L. Liotta, C. Almeida, B. Troupe, and R. Hirst). Challenges and Successes in Implementing and Institutionalizing Your Project: STEP Grantees Meeting, Arlington, Va., March 11-13, 2009.
Poster presentation, "A Public-Private Partnership to Increase Enrollment, Retention, and Diversity in Chemistry, Biology and Biochemistry." 2008 Division of Undergraduate Education STEP Grantees Meeting, Arlington, Va., March 6-7, 2008.
"Freshman Year Expectations and Experiences Based Upon Division of College" (with Melissa Brown & Jessica Therrian). Eastern Psychological Association Conference, March 2003.
"First- and second-generation college students. Are their expectations really that different?" (with Rodriguez,V. and Charbonneau, A.), New England Psychological Association, 2001.
"Using Mel to Teach Mary." Annual Meeting of the Association for Core Texts and Courses, Williamsburg, VA, April 1, 2007.
"Research Methods and Collaboration," Mentoring Undergraduate Research in Religious Studies, Academic Teaching and the Study of Religion Section of the American Academy of Religion, San Diego, CA, November 2007.
"Interdisciplinary General Education that Honors the Disciplines" (with Maryjean V. Crowe, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, Susan Mooney, Dean of General Education and two students). Association of American Colleges and Universities Network for Academic Renewal Conference, Philadelphia, PA, March 1, 2003.
"Teaching Jesus Alone and With Others." College Theology Society Workshop on Teaching Christology, 2002.
"Is It Always Good to Know? Launching from Aristotle's Metaphysics 1.2 (982b15-983a20)." Association for Core Texts and Courses Thirteenth Annual Conference, Williamsburg, VA, March 2007.
Geoffrey P. Lantos
"How Christian Character Education Can Help Overcome the Failure of Secular Ethics Education." Northeast Business and Economics Association Conference,Windsor Locks, CT, September 2001.
"Incorporating Problem-Based Learning into Sociology Courses." New England Sociological Association Conference, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, Conn., November 1, 2008.
"Using Arts-Based Research to Make Micro-Macro Links in Sociology Classes." New England Sociological Association Conference, Western New England College, Springfield, Mass., April 11, 2009.
James B. Lee
"Learning Well by Doing Good: Service-Learning Throughout the Business Curriculum" (et al.). Working for the Common Good: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Management. Washington DC: American Association for Higher Education, 2000.
"Adding Cultural and Entertainment Studies Courses to a Curriculum," Entertainment Studies Interest Group and Cultural and Critical Studies Division. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Kansas City, Mo July 2003.
"A Public-Private Partnership to Increase Enrollment, Retention, and Diversity in the Sciences" (with M. James-Pederson, C. Almeida, B. Troupe, and Institutionalizing Your Project: STEP Grantees Meeting 2009, Arlington, Va., March 11-13,2009.
"Liberating Science: General Chemistry, Interdisciplinary Learning Communities and Informed Citizenship" (with K. Conboy, K. Talentino and S. Mooney). Phi Beta Kappa and American Conference of Academic Deans Bi-Annual Conference, Promoting the Liberal Sciences: Science as Liberal Education, Washington, D.C., October 25-27, 2007.
Panelist "Teaching Rabbinic Literature at the Margins." Teaching Rabbinic Literature: Bridging Scholarship and Pedagogy Conference, Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, January 27-28, 2008.
"Children as Urban Ecologists: A Model for Inquiry-Preschool Through Preservice" (with K. Anderson and K. Marazita '09). National Science Teachers Association National Conference, New Orleans, La., March 21, 2008.
"Implementing and Assessing New curricula: Science at Stonehill" (with C. Schnitzer, M. Tyrrell, N. Dogal '10, E. Moreau '10, and S. Roderigues '10). AACU Engaging Science, Advancing Learning Conference, Providence, R.I., November 8, 2008.
"Children as Urban Ecologists: A SENCER program for pre-service teachers" (with Stephanie McNamara '07). Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENSER) Capitol Hill Poster Session and Presentation, Washington, D.C., March 12, 2007.
"Learn through Travel, for as little as $40 a day" (with Karen Talentino). The Teaching Professor Annual Conference, Nashville, Tenn., May 20, 2006.
"General Education Reform-What next?" (with Joseph Favazza). The Association for General and Liberal Studies 46th Annual National Conference on Alignments and Linkages: Strengthening Curriculum to Improve General Education, Indianapolis, Ind., October 20, 2006.
"Liberating Science: General Chemistry, Interdisciplinary Learning Communities and Informed Citizenship" (with K. Conboy, L. Liotta and K. Talentino). Phi Beta Kappa and American Conference of Academic Deans Bi-Annual Conference, Promoting the Liberal Sciences: Science as Liberal Education, Washington, D.C., October 25-27, 2007.
"Service-Learning Discussion Circles: An Unconventional Pedagogy in Communication Classes." National Communication Association Annual Convention, San Diego, Calif., November 2008.
Invited respondent, "Service-Learning: The Intersection of Communication Studies and Community." Eastern Communication Association's Annual Conference, Providence, RI, April 2007.
Panelist, "Teaching a video-games centered course." Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Panel Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., August 2007.
"Group Work: Student Detachment and the Clinical Implications." Joint Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Educational Research and the National Academy for Educational Research, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, December 2002.
Poster presentation, "The role of personality in student attitudes toward using remote technology in the classroom" (with M. Hunsinger and R.S. Feldman). Association for Psychological Science Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., May 2007.
"Preparing Teachers to Ask Rather Than Tell". Shaaxi Normal University, Xi'an, China, March 13, 2006.
"Using Real Audit Simulation to Learn the New SAS 104-111 Auditing Standards." American Accounting Association Regional Conference, Newport, R.I., November 6, 2008.
"Bringing Interactive Games Technology to Auditing Course: Overall Benefit and Innovation." American Accounting Association Regional Conference, Newport, R.I., November 10, 2009.
"Implementing and Assessing New Curricula: Science at Stonehill" (with S. Mooney, M. Tyrrell, N. Dogal '10, E. Moreau '10, and S. Roderigues '10). AACU Engaging Science, Advancing Learning Conference, Providence, R.I., November 8, 2008.
"The Art of Recruiting and Mentoring Undergraduate Students." Council on Undergraduate Research/Younger Chemists Committee at the National American Chemical Society Meeting, Orlando, FL, Spring 2002.
Panelist, "Young Professors: Teaching at a Small University." National American Chemical Society Meeting, Chicago, IL., Fall 2001.
Series of lectures on 'Using Medieval Mathematics in the Classroom." MAA/NSF Symposium for Secondary School Mathematics Teachers, Washington, DC, July 2001.
"Mathematics in Computer Science for Undergraduates." Proceedings IWHIT, University of Aizu, Japan, March 2002.
"Teaching Methodologies in America" and Utilizing Libraries," in Changsha and Tian in the People's Republic of China, Summer 2004.
"The Real Benchmarks of Teaching." Keynote address delivered to the faculty and staff of the East Bridgewater, MA public schools, February 2002.
"Graphic Design Education in the Age of Dynamic Media." Massaging Media 2, World Trade Center, Boston, MA , April 4, 2008.
"Supporting Faculty Collaboration: A Tale of Two Colleges" (with J. Favazza and T. Ammirati). Association of American Colleges and Universities Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., January 24-26, 2008.
"Teaching Elementary Mathematics in Not So Elementary Ways." Regional Conference of the National Council of Teaching of Mathematics, Denver, Col., November 2005.
"Minority Students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): Factors That Fostered their Mathematical Achievement." Annual Meeting of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, Anaheim, CA April 2005.
"Teacher Education Partnership for the 21st Century" (with R. Smith, J. Harrison and G. Hammond.) Annual Conference of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Orlando, FLA, April 2005.