CBSHS leadership recognizes faculty scholarship
The College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences (CBSHS) is celebrating faculty research through recognition of selected outstanding journal publications. College leaders will recognize each faculty member responsible for the work with a plaque, to be displayed outside of the dean’s office in Edwards Hall.
This is the third group of faculty members who have been recognized for their recent publications. Each year, college leaders select an outstanding journal publication per department to receive this recognition.
CBSHS Interim Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies Rachel Mayo said she is proud of the faculty who have been recognized and the impact their scholarship has made on their fields of study.
“Our college has a robust research focus to help achieve the mission of building people and communities,” Mayo said. “It’s important for us to recognize faculty for their outstanding work that has influenced their field of study on a national and international level.”
The outstanding journal publications selected for 2020 are as follows:
- “School green space and its impact on academic performance: A systematic literature review,” by co-author Matthew Browning, an assistant professor in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
- “Innovative use of service-learning to enhance baccalaureate nursing education,” by co-author Tracy Fasolino, an associate professor in the School of Nursing, published in the Journal of Nursing Education.
- “Associations of adverse childhood experiences and suicidal behaviors in adulthood in a U.S. nationally representative sample,” by co-authors Kip Kingree, a professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences, and Marti Thompson, a professor in the Department of Pscyhology, published in the Child: Care, Health and Development journal.
- “A developmental approach to cyberbullying: Prevalence and protective factors,” by co-authors Susan Limber, a professor of psychology, and Robin Kowalski, Centennial Professor of Psychology, published in the Aggression and Violent Behavior journal.
- “Troll factories: The internet research agency and state-sponsored agenda building,” by co-author Darren Linvill, a professor in the Department of Communication, published in Resource Centre on Media Freedom in Europe journal.
- “The effects of bystander programs on the prevention of sexual assault across the college years: A systematic review and meta-analysis,” by co-author Heather Kettrey, an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice, published in the Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
- “Beyond the balance sheet: performance, participation, and regime support in Latin America,” by Matthew Rhodes-Purdy, an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science, published in the Comparative Politics journal.