Laurels Spring 2019
Miguel L. Arce, professor of social work, and Walter J. Mullin, PhD, professor of social work, co-authored the following articles in El Sol Latino Un Periodico Differente/A Different Kind of Newspaper (Amherst, Mass.): “Hunger in Western Massachusetts” (April 2018), “Unequal exposure to ecological hazards and environmental injustice” (May 2018), “Affordable housing production” (June 2018), “The betrayal of the poor” (July 2018), “Sanctuary” (August 2018), “Supporting youth through a safer community” (September 2018), “Voting suppression of poor people” (October 2018), “Food as commodity” (November 2018), “No safety net during Christmas: Christmas and capitalism” (December 2018), “Resolutions on poverty and socioeconomic structures: Christmas and capital” (January 2019), and “Housing myths that still exist in 2019” (February 2019)
Jessica L. Barrett, PhD, assistant professor of athletic training, published “Balancing the roles of a junior faculty member: Perspectives from athletic training and physical therapy” in the Athletic Training Education Journal in January 2019. She also had two other articles published in that journal: “Challenges facing new educators: Expanding teaching strategies for clinical reasoning and evidence-based medicine” (October 2018) and “Work-life balance in higher education for women: Perspectives of athletic training faculty” (July 2018).
John F. Borland, PhD, associate professor of sport management, published a book, Sport Leadership in the 21st Century, 2nd Edition, in January 2019.
Salome Brooks, EdD, associate professor of physical therapy, co-authored “Purposeful recruitment strategies to increase diversity in physical therapist education” in the Journal of Physical Therapy Education in September 2018. This paper was selected as the Stanford Award winner and presented at the combined section meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association in February 2019.
James J. Canning, PhD, professor emeritus of social work, published “Teaching social work from a groupas-a-whole perspective” in the International Association of Social Work with Groups (IASWG) Compendium of Proceedings, Vol. I: Education in spring 2019.
Donna Chapman, PhD, associate professor of nutritional sciences and program director of nutritional sciences, co-authored “Lactation assessment tools: A qualitative analysis of registered nurses’ perceptions of tool limitations and suggested improvements” in the Journal of Human Lactation in November 2018.
Julia Chevan, PhD, professor of physical therapy, published “The physical therapist informatician as an enabler of capacity in a data-driven environment: An administrative case report” in Physiotherapy Theory and Practice in December 2018.
Katherine Dugan, PhD, assistant professor of religion, published, Millennial Missionaries: How a Group of Young Catholics is Trying to Make Catholicism Cool, with Oxford University Press in January 2019. In addition, Dugan reviewed Andrew R. Lewis’ book The Rights Turn in Conservative Christian Politics: How Abortion Transformed the Culture Wars for the American Academy of Religion publication Reading Religion in January 2019.
Melinda Fowler, PhD, assistant professor of biology, published “Physiological predictors of reproductive performance in the European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris)” in Frontiers in Zoology in November 2018.
Brooke Hallowell, PhD, dean of the School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies, co-published “Validity of an eyetracking method for capturing auditory-visual cross-format semantic priming” in the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology in February 2019.
Stephanie R. Logan, EdD, associate professor of education and Department of Education chair, co-wrote the chapter “The ‘double-whammy’ of being black and a woman in higher education leadership” in the resource book Challenges and Opportunities for Women in Higher Education Leadership in 2019. She also co-authored “What should white teachers know about African-American history and culture?” in the Journal of Education Foundations in 2018. In addition, Logan co-authored “International students’ alienation in a U.S. higher education institution” in the Journal for Multicultural Education in 2019.
Patrick Love, PhD, vice president for student affairs and director of the student affairs administration graduate program, published “Enhancing the use of theory in student activities professionals’ practice” in The Journal of Campus Activities Practice and Scholarship in spring 2019
Michelle Moosbrugger, PhD, associate professor of physical education, co-chair of the Department of Physical Education and Health Education, and graduate coordinator, published “Influential recruiting factors for collegiate individual sport athletes” in Techniques for Track and Field and Cross Country in February 2019. Her co-author was William Ferguson ’14, G’17, MEd, assistant track and field coach at Moravian College.
James G. O’Brien, PhD, associate professor of physics and mathematics and chair of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science, published “Conformal gravity and the radial acceleration relation” in Astronomische Nachrichten in April 2019.
Daniel M. Smith, PhD, assistant professor of research and statistics, published “Stereotype threat in sport: Recommendations for applied practice and research” in The Sport Psychologist in December 2018.
Rhoda Smith, PhD, assistant professor of social work, published “The Power of sum: An accountability sistah circle” in the Journal of Social Work Education in 2018.
Paul Thifault, PhD, associate professor of English, and Kaitlyn Bergstresser ’17 edited Joseph Croswell’s A New World Planted for the Lehigh University Pocahontas Archive online in 2018.
Anne Wheeler, PhD, assistant professor of composition and rhetoric and director of the writing program, published “Rendering everyday life: Tactical artwork by incarcerated Japanese American artists” in Enculturation in December 2018.
Conferences and Presentations
Michael Accordino, EdD, professor of rehabilitation and disability studies, and Hira Paulin ’12, G’13, and Daniel Boutin ’97, G’00, co-presented the poster “Assisting college student veterans with disabilities into employment: A collaborative approach” at the fall 2018 National Rehabilitation Education Conference in Arlington, Va.
William Arighi, PhD, assistant professor of literature, presented “Puerto Rico and the two systems of world literature” at the American Comparative Literature Association Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., in March 2019.
Debra Burnett, PhD, assistant professor of communication sciences and disorders, presented “Prosody measures for sarcastic and literal remarks
in narrative contexts during shared book reading” at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention in Boston in November 2018.
Jacquelynne A. Chase, PhD, instructor of elementary education, presented “The principal’s role in expanding multicultural understandings in predominantly white, rural, middle school grades” at the New England Educational Research Organization Annual Conference in April 2019.
Deborah Cook, MA, associate professor of rehabilitation and disability studies and chair of the Department of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, presented“ The effects of dialogic reading on narrative production” at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association convention in Boston in November 2018.
Katherine Dugan, PhD, assistant professor of religion, presented “Creating Chicago’s youth ministry model” at the American Catholic Historical Association meeting in Chicago in January 2019. She also presented “Big Catholic families: Religious norms, idealized families, and the secular in contemporary Catholic families” at the American Academy of Religion meeting in Denver, Colo., in November 2018. At the same conference, she also presented “Catholics in the long wake of Humanae Vitae: NFP, ‘Life issues,’ and polarized American Catholicism.” A month later, she presented “Natural Family Planning: Locating Catholic women’s authority” at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting in San José, Calif., in November 2018.
Charlene Elvers, EdD, director of the Center for Service and Leadership and the Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement; Jezavya Rivera, Campus Compact Southern New England VISTA member for Spring eld College; and Ciara McCready ’18, graduate associate for the Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement; co-presented “Creating a shared story: One college’s journey towards becoming a place-based institution” at the Campus Compact Eastern Regional Conference in Providence, R.I., in March 2019.
Robert Gruber, PhD, professor of philosophy, presented “Harmless torturers, accumulation cases, and a solution to the mismatch problem” at the American Philosophical Association Eastern Division Conference in New York, N.Y., in January 2019.
Chris Hakala, PhD, director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship, presented “The meta of teaching” at the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Commons Conference in Savannah, Ga., in January 2019.
Brooke Hallowell, PhD, dean of the School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies, co-presented “Ethical issues in global service provision, teaching and research” with Mohammad Haghighi, a visiting scholar at Spring eld College in the fall 2018 semester, at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association in Boston in November 2018. Hallowell also presented “Pupillometric measures of sustained attention allocation during short-term memory retention.” At the Aphasia Access Leadership Summit in Baltimore in March 2019, Hallowell presented “A novel assessment tool to evaluate mental fatigue in PWA and its influence on short-term memory function,” “Perceived needs, challenges, and opportunities of speech-language pathologists regarding aphasia management in global contexts: Applying the Life Participation Approach to aphasia in Malaysia,” and “The development of the Life Participation Approach to Aphasia Perception Scale.”
Christine Johnston, MPH, assistant director of alcohol and other drug education and health promotion, presented “Don’t be a fool, lose the JUUL” at the Mount Holyoke Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program and the South Hadley Drug and Alcohol Prevention Coalition at Mount Holyoke College in March 2019. She presented “A new wave of addiction: ENDS” at the Southern Connecticut State University Tobacco and College Health Workshop at Southern Connecticut State University in November 2018. At the New England College Health Association Annual Meeting, Johnston presented “Vaping, e-cigarettes, and JUULing: An understanding of the terms, use, and products” and “Health promotion peer review” in November 2018 in Portland, Maine.
Stephanie R. Logan, EdD, associate professor of education and Department of Education chair, presented “Dealing with racists and other inappropriate comments in the classroom” at the White Privilege Conference in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in March 2019. She also presented “The ‘double-whammy’ of being black and a woman in higher education leadership’ at the National Association for Multicultural Education in Memphis, Tenn., in November 2018.
Kathy Mangano, EdD, professor of physical education, presented “Preparing for success in academia” at the National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education in Savannah, Ga., in January 2019.
Jeffrey L. Monseau, Springfield College archivist, and graduate student Wanjiang Zhou, co-presented “The influence of Chinese Springfield College alumni on Chinese basketball in Olympic movement” at The Center for the Sociocultural Sport and Olympic Research Conference at California State University at Fullerton in March 2019.
Michelle Moosbrugger, PhD, associate professor of physical education, co-chair of the Department of Physical Education and Health Education, and graduate coordinator, presented “Youth in motion!: Collaborating to enhance PETE/HETE recruitment” at the SHAPE America: Physical Education Teacher Education/Health Education Teacher Education Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, in October 2018.
Walter J. Mullin, PhD, professor of social work, presented a talk on “Depression: A significant mental illness that can take a person’s life away” in March 2019 and “What do we need to know and do to help traumatized children and teens?” in October 2018, both at HopeWell in West Springfield, Mass. He also presented a talk on “Suicide prevention with college students: QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer)” at Elms College in Chicopee, Mass., in August 2018.
James G. O’Brien, PhD, associate professor of physics and mathematics and chair of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science, presented “The Tully Fisher relation in conformal gravity” at the American Physical Society national meeting in Denver, Colo., in April 2019.
Derek W. Paar, PhD, professor of psychology, James G. O’Brien, associate professor of physics and mathematics, and chair of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science, and Robert Gruber, assistant professor of philosophy, presented “Physics, philosophy, and psychology: Play is more than everyone thinks” at the Society for the Study of Play Conference at James Madison University in March 2019.
Andrew Perry, PhD, professor of mathematics, presented “Win probability and decision making in the NFL” at the Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference at Smith College in Northampton, Mass., in March 2019. Perry also was an invited speaker at the Tarleton State University Mathematics Department on the topic of “Statistical evidence of referee bias in the NBA” in February 2019. He also presented “Potential referee bias inferred from statistical anomalies in sports play by play data” at the joint meeting of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America in Baltimore in January 2019.
Wayne Rodrigues, MEd, assistant professor of exercise science and sport studies and athletic trainer, and Barclay Dugger, MEd, associate professor exercise science and sport studies and head athletic trainer, co-presented “Assessment and management of respiratory emergencies” at the Eastern Athletic Trainer’s Association meeting in Valley Forge, Penn., in January 2019. In addition, Rodrigues and Kelvin Phan, graduate teaching fellow and athletic trainer, co-presented “Issues in applied sport psychology training in a multidisciplinary sport injury rehabilitation setting” at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology Northeast Regional Conference in March 2019 at the Springfield College main campus.
Mara Simon, EdD, assistant professor of physical education and health education, presented “The PETE experiences of ethnic minority female PE teachers” at the SHAPE America: Physical Education Teacher Education/ Health Education Teacher Education Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, in October 2018.
Rhoda Smith, PhD, assistant professor of social work, presented “Arranging focus groups and interviews with foster parents: Methodological and cultural considerations” at The Qualitative Report Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in January 2019. She presented “Pregnancy during foster care: Placement trajectories among foster youth who give birth as adolescents” at the 23rd Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research in San Francisco, Calif., in January 2019. In addition, Smith presented “Early parenthood among males emancipating from foster care: Findings from the National Youth in Transition database” and participated in a roundtable discussion on “Early pregnancy and parenting among foster youth: A national discussion to inform research, practice and policy” at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Work Research in Washington, D.C., in January 2018.
Brian Thompson, PhD, ATC, professor of exercise science and director of strength and conditioning, presented “Resume writing and interview skills” and “50 mistakes young coaches make” at the National Strength and Conditioning Association Coaches Conference in Indianapolis in January 2019.
Anne Wheeler, PhD, assistant professor of composition and rhetoric and director of the writing program, presented “Is sharing caring? Staging transparency across classroom and campus spaces” at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Pittsburgh in March 2019.
Grants and Sponsored Research
Katherine Dugan, PhD, assistant professor of religion, received a $4,500 research grant from the American Academy of Religion for her research project “Catholic family planning and American Catholic identity.”
Charlene Elvers, EdD, director of the Center for Service and Leadership and the Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement, received an AmeriCorps VISTA grant for 2019-20 to support a full-time, one-year staff appointment. e person in the position will work primarily with Spring eld College undergraduate education majors participating in practicums at the William N. DeBerry Elementary School in Springfield, Mass. e program trains and supports these education majors to lead intervention programs in math and literacy for DeBerry students. Elvers received a second award of $35,000 for FY19-20, which will support programming in Spring eld area elementary schools.
Chris Hakala, PhD, director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship, and Mary Ann Coughlin, DPE, associate vice president for academic affairs, received a grant of $265,000 from the Davis Educational Foundation in October 2018 to work with faculty to implement a real-time assessment model into their courses. The grant will fund 20 faculty per year for three consecutive years. Each summer, a faculty institute will be held on the Springfield College campus to share results with neighboring colleges.
Brooke Hallowell, PhD, dean of the School of Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies, received a $50,000 grant for the 2019 calendar year from Epstein Teicher Philanthropies to serve as principal investigator on a research, education, and advocacy project titled “Brain empowerment: Foci on aphasia, aging and diabetes.”
Rebecca Lartigue, PhD, professor of English, was awarded a 2019 Springfield Cultural Council grant for her project “Searching: A Podcast Series.” This fall, episodes will explore searches for identity and ancestry, as well as reflect on searches for jobs, love, meaning, and knowledge.
LaTonia Naylor, Springfield College AmeriCorps director, and Calvin Hill, vice president for Inclusion and Community Engagement, secured a three-year, $377,764 per year grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service. The grant will support the continuation of an over two-decade-long program of the Spring eld College work in aiding the efforts of the Springfield Public Schools to foster growth in attendance and academic outcomes in K-12 schools.
Patrick Love, PhD, vice president for student a airs and director of the student affairs administration graduate program, was awarded the Pillar of Mentorship by the New England College Personnel Association at its national conference in Boston in March 2019. He also received the Senior Scholar Diplomate Award from the American College Personnel Association in March 2019. The award is presented to seniors who have fulfilled all expectations for their five-year term in office.
Kathleen Pappas, PT, DPT, associate professor of human anatomy, received the Mary MacDonald Distinguished Service Award from the American Physical Therapy Association of Massachusetts in October 2018. The award honors members of the association who have significantly helped to advance the profession of physical therapy and who have selflessly provided distinguished service to the association and to their community.
Joan Simmons, PhD, professor of occupational therapy, received the 2018 Massachusetts Senior Games Bert Hill Award in September 2018. Simmons is the organization’s secretary and an executive committee member. She helps to coordinate the summer competitive events in which more than 250 older adults compete and approximately 50 occupational and physical therapy students engage in service-learning roles.
Rhoda Smith, PhD, assistant professor of social work, received the African American Female Professor Award from the African American Female Professor Award Association in October 2018 in recognition of her research efforts being made on behalf of foster youth who are pregnant and parenting.
Appointments and Committees
Jessica L. Barrett, PhD, assistant professor of athletic training, was appointed District 1 representative for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Convention Program Committee in December 2018. Her responsibilities include planning the educational programs for the association convention.
Debra Burnett, PhD, assistant professor of communication sciences and disorders, was appointed president of the Council of State Speech-Language Hearing Association Presidents. The appointment is part of a three-year term which also includes a year as president-elect (2018) and past president (2020).
Christine Johnston, assistant director of alcohol and other drug education and health promotion, served as the program planning chair for the NASPA Region 1 Peer Education Spring Conference, held in February 2019 at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass.
In February 2019, Moira Long, associate professor of physical education and head women’s volleyball coach, was appointed chair of the Division III Women’s Volleyball National Committee through 2019-20.
Elizabeth O’Neill, DPE, associate professor and program director for applied exercise science, was appointed in November 2018 to serve as co-chair for the regional chapter of the New England American College of Sports Medicine Sponsorship Committee.
Andrew Perry, PhD, professor of mathematics, was appointed electronic resources coordinator of the History of Mathematics Special Interest Group of the Mathematical Association of America.
Joseph Stano, PhD, professor emeritus of rehabilitation counseling, was appointed editor of the Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling in January 2019.
Kyle Belanger, instructor of communications, covered Super Bowl LIII, and produced national radio segments with football hall of famers and celebrities from Radio Row in Atlanta, Ga., in February 2019. He used technology to teach his classes on the Springfield College campus directly from Radio Row. He served as a lead volunteer and communications coordinator for the Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team in its Super Bowl game against NFL alumni in January 2019.
Salome Brooks, EdD, associate professor of physical therapy, was selected to the Board of Examiners to evaluate 2019 applicants for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. The award recognizes U.S. organizations in the business, health care, education, and nonprofit sectors for performance excellence.
Kinser Cancelmo, assistant director of financial aid, authored a chapter, titled “Meaghan’s Story,” in the book, Life Interrupted, Volume 2, published in October 2018. Cancelmo lost her daughter, Meaghan, to Juvenile Huntington’s disease in 2015 and her husband to Huntington’s disease in 2016. She established a nonprofit organization called Meg’s Fight for
a Cure Juvenile Huntington’s Disease Foundation, Inc., in memory of her daughter. Most of the money earned goes to the University of California, Davis Campus, where research is conducted to finding a cure for Juvenile Huntington’s disease.
Linda Davis-Delano, PhD, professor of physical education and director of educator preparation and licensure, is serving as a member of the Steering Committee for the Western Massachusetts Diverse Teacher Workforce Coalition as a co-chair for the Para-educator Recruitment and Support Subcommittee on the Paradigm Shift project.
Harold InDelicato, MA, MFA, assistant professor of digital design and studio art, exhibited his original brush and ink drawing on bristol board at the Strange Imaginations and Other Perplexing Wonders art exhibition in a show celebrating “Lowbrow, Pop Surrealism Art in all its forms” in July 2018 in the Artspace Gallery in Elgin, Ill. He also exhibited his original brush and ink drawing on bristol board at the Second Annual Art of Darkness Art Exhibition at the HeARTspot Art Center and Gallery in East Providence, R.I., in October and November 2018.
In her role as president of the Association of Chief Academic Officers, Martha Potvin, PhD, provost and vice president for academic affairs, was quoted in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on a story about the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point administration’s proposal to eliminate a number of humanities majors. In the Nov. 8, 2018, article, Potvin was quoted as saying “(Humanities) help us tell fact from fiction, develop thinking skills so we can solve problems we don’t even know exist yet and learn from those who went before us. They help students challenge their own beliefs and values so they can be open to other ways of thinking.”
Debra Salsi, MBA, DM, professor, Springfield College Wilmington, served on a visiting team in February 2019 for the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), an international accreditation body for business degrees. As a member of the team, Salsi helped assess the organizational processes and validate that institutions follow and comply with the standards set by AACSB.
Janine Spinola Taylor, EdD, assistant professor, School of Professional and Continuing Studies, was the keynote speaker for the Springfield College Boston Campus graduation event on the topic “What Do You Choose to Remember and Why?” in December 2018.
During a trip to China in January 2019, Kenneth Wall, DPE, associate professor of sport management and recreation, presented discussions on “Springfield College Leadership in China” and “Basketball Coaching Philosophy” at the Basketball Coaching and Leadership Conference in Tianjin. Fifty-one coaches from 15 provinces in China attended the conference. Wall’s co-presenter was Peng Zhou, director of the Springfield College Office in Shanghai. Wall and Zhou visited Chongqing Normal University and discussed opportunities of international collaboration between the two schools. In addition, Wall and Zhou met with former president of Beijing Sport University, Dr. Jian Chi, to thank him for helping create the exchange program between the two schools.
Media Appearances and Mentions
Crossroads Art and Healing Exhibition 3/4/19, Springfield Republican
Bringing Super Bowl’s Radio Row to the Classroom 2/4/19, Western Mass News
Coat Drive for Springfield Schools 12/10/18, WWLP TV 22
Education Department Works with Hatfield Elementary Students 2/18/19, WWLP TV 22
International Tropical Field Research 1/11/19, BusinessWest
Presentation of a scholarship package for
a Northfield Mount Hermon student to attend Springfield College 12/10/18, Springfield Republican
YMCA and Springfield College
Women’s Professional Luncheon
01/16/19, WWLP TV 22
Nutritional Sciences Program Hosts FitFest for Local Youth
3/22/19, HealthCare News
Physical Therapy 100 Percent Pass Rate on National Exam
11/12/18, Healthcare News
Coat Drive for Springfield Schools 12/7/18, WWLP TV 22
Athletic Administration Leadership Series Symposium
4/2/19, Springfield Republican
Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy at Springfield College 1/21/19, WGBY
Alternative Spring Break Trips 3/24/19, Springfield Republican
LIVE EVERY DAY Grand Opening 01/18/19, Healthcare News
Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture
3/5/19, Springfield Republican
College Hosts Local Youth at Pride Basketball Game
1/8/19, WWLP TV 22
Springfield College Hosts U.S. Women’s Soccer Legend Kristine Lilly
3/7/19, Springfield Republican
Earned Psychology Paper of the Year Honor from Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology
1/23/19, Springfield Republican
Spring Break Safety Tips
3/14/19, Western Mass News
MGM Resorts Scholarship Matching Grant
12/12/18, Springfield Republican
SAT Scores Optional
03/25/19, Springfield Republican
11/4/18, Springfield Republican
Sport Management Students Working Hoophall Classic
01/13/19, Springfield Republican
Occupational Therapy Program Hosts Winter Camp
3/11/19, Springfield Republican
Physician Assistant Students Lead Fundraiser for Mental Health Awareness
4/1/19, Springfield Republican
AmeriCorps has Impact in Springfield Community
3/16/19, Springfield Republican
Physical Therapy Trip to Trinidad
3/25/19, HealthCare News
New England Recursion and Definability Seminar
11/4/18, Springfield Republican
Men’s Volleyball Team Enters Year Ranked Number One
1/7/19, WWLP TV 22
Event Planning Class
3/29/19, WWLP TV 22
Game Lab Workshop
11/6/18, Springfield Republican
Team IMPACT and Springfield College Baseball
4/1/19, WWLP TV 22
Occupational Therapy Safety Tips
2/12/19, WWLP TV 22
School of Social Work Open House
12/2/18, Springfield Republican
12/7/18, Springfield Republican
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