Monthly Archives: May 2013

Exhibit Exchange Envision [E3E] Event Success!

Thank you to everyone who submitted work, everyone who attended and everyone who helped organize all of the details of the event! We had excellent attendance at our first [E3E]! Twenty-nine faculty members submitted forty-seven examples of faculty professional development! This event raised the profile and level of dialogue regarding faculty professional development!

Exhibit Exchange Envision [E3E] Event, Perry Hall  

Sponsored by the Faculty Professional Development Committee

 

ARTWORK

 

Marc Nadel

Jenny

Graphite

 

New Friends

Pen & Ink

 

Geebo Church

Red House In Winter

Oil on Canvas

 

Hayfields Near to Ticonderoga

Oil on Canvas

 

Orchard in Bloom Spring

Oil on Canvas

 

Jeff Clarke

Tree #1

Digital color photograph

 

Fence Line

Digital color photograph

 

Peter Lotto

Colorado Spring

Digital photograph

 

Guitar @ Gantry

Digital photographs

 

Bob Selby

La Cocina (The Kitchen)

Acrylics on paper

 

Dona Josefa (Gilda’s mother)

Acrylics on paper

 

Dona Josefa (Gilda’s father)

Acrylics on paper

 

Portrait #1

Acrylics on cast paper

 

Toni-Lee Sangastiano

Bally No. 2

Oil on panel

 

Fair Umbrella

Oil on panel

 

Sideshow Tent

Oil on panel

 

Tim Brooks

Endangered Alphabets (series)

Acrylic, polyurethane on wood

 

Rebecca Schwarz

(Hex) Ring Cycle

Repurposed plastics, LEDs

 

Joanne Farrell (film)

One Night

2011

 

PUBLICATIONS

Co-curated by the Miller Information Commons

 

BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS

 

Illustrator: Marc Nadel

Another Jar of Tiny Stars

Description: Poems for children with portraits illustrated by Marc Nadel

 

Illustrator: Marc Nadel

Carl Sandburg Adventures of a Poet

Description: Children’s book illustrated by Marc Nadel

 

POETRY

 

Author: Cinse Bonino

“Throwing the Sucker Out”

Thread Magazine, Winter 2011/12, Issue #3

Poem

 

JOURNALS

 

Author: Stephen C. Wehmeyer

Feathered Footsteps: mythologizing and ritualizing Black Indian processions in New Orleans

SOCIAL Identities Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture

Pp 427-447

Journal

 

Authors: Kristin Wolf, Greg Noe, Changwoo Ahn

Hydrologic connectivity to streams increases nitrogen and phosophorus inputs and cycling in soils of created and natural floodplain wetlands

Journal of Environmental Quality

Accepted with revisions for publication in 2013

 

Author: Al Larsen

Fast, cheap and out control: The graphic symbol in hardcore punk

Punk & Post Punk (peer-reviewed academic journal–Intellect, UK)

Volume 2, Issue 1 (March 2013)

(when journal arrives, I will bring a photocopy of it)

 

Author: Craig Pepin

“Wedding General and Professional Education Outcomes in Major Specific Capstones”

Judgments of Quality

March 2013

Part of a collaborative effort through the Association of General & Liberal Studies

Journal

 

Author: Andy Burkhardt

Turn Your Cell Phones ON: Mobile phone polling as a tool for teaching information literacy

Communication In Information Literacy

Volume 6, Issue 2, 2012

Journal

 

Author: Bjarne Holmes (co-author)

Borderline symptoms and suicidality/self-injury in late adolescence: Prospectively observed relationship correlates in infancy and childhood

Psychiatry Research

2012

Journal

 

Author: Bjarne Holmes (co-author)

Maternal Disrupted Communication During Face-to-Face Interaction at 4 months: Relation to Maternal and Infant Cortisol Among at-Risk Families

Infancy

2013

Journal

 

Author: Michael A. Lange

The Particular Place of Anthropology in an Interdisciplinary Curriculum

Teaching Anthropology, a journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland

Volume 3, Issue 1 (2013)

 

Author: Michael A. Lange

Sweet Bedfellows: Continuity, Change, and Terrior in Maple Syrup

Digest: a Journal of Foodways and Culture,  a journal of the American Folklore Society

Volume 1, Issue 1 (2012)

 

Author: Janet Cottrell

What are we doing here, anyway?

Subtitle: Tying academic library goals to institutional mission

C+RL News

Oct 2011

 

BOOKS

 

Author: Tanya Lee Stone

Who Says Women Can’t Be Doctors?

Feb 2013

(starred reviews, NY Times reviews)

Book

 

Author: Tanya Lee Stone

Courage Has No Color

Subtitle: The True Story Of The Triple Nickles America’s First Black Paratroopers

Jan 2013

(4 starred reviews)

Book

 

Author: Kimberly Quinn Smith, MA

Striving for the Purple Heart

Subtitle: Mothers in the Universal Pursuit of Honor

iUniverse, Inc.

2003

 

 

Author: Kimberly Quinn Smith, MA

A Full Moon Rising…And The Tao Of Menopause

Downhill Edge Productions

2007

 

Author: Kimberly Quinn Smith, MA

On The Fast Track

Subtitle: Teens Getting Too Much Too Soon In These Rapidly Changing And Uncertain Time, And What Parents Can Do To Stay Connected

iUniverse, Inc.

2005

 

Author: John Pile

2D Graphics Programming for Games

June 10, 2013

CRC Press

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS

 

Author: David Lustgarten

Ruskin Redux: Rejoining Creativity and Pragmatism Through Arts Education

Abstract included

 

BOOK EDITOR

 

Editor: Rob Williams (with Ron Miller)

Most Likely To SECEDE

2013

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

Author: Kerry Noonan

“Got Milk? The Food Miracles of St. Bridget of Kildare”

Brigit: Sun of Womanhood, 2013

 

Author: Adam Rosenblatt

“Sacred Graves and Human Rights”

Human Rights at the Crossroads, Mark Goodale, Editor

Oxford University Press

November 2012

 

Authors: Michael Kelly, Michael Lange, and Katheryn Wright

“The Problems and Possibilities of Integrating Professionalism and Liberal Education: A Case Study of the Senior Capstone Experience at Champlain College

Publication Date: Beyond Interdisciplinary, forthcoming

 

Author: Katheryn Wright

“Revolutionary Art in the Age of Reality TV”

Of Bread, Blood and The Hunger Games

2012

book chapter (chapter 9, p98)

 

Author: Katheryn Wright

“Total Immersion and the Total Screen: The Simulated and Screened Realities of Video Games”

Simulation in Media And Culture

2011

book chapter (chapter 11, p121)

 

Authors: Patricia D. Siplon and Kristin M. Novotny

“Overcoming the Contradictions: Women, Autonomy and AIDS in Tanzania”

Published in The Global Politics of AIDS eds. Paul G. Harris and Patricia D. Siplon

Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2007

Book chapter

 

Author: Stephen C. Wehmeyer

Playing Dead: The Northside Skull and Bone Gang

In Extremis

Subtitle: Death and Life in 21st-Century Haitian Art

Pp 143-159 (chapter 5)

 

 

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Bob Selby’s Artic Adventure!

The US Coast Guard ship that Bob will be on as part of the Coast Guard Art Program.

The US Coast Guard ship that Bob will be on as part of the Coast Guard Art Program.

Bob’s adventurous summer consists of: …finish illustrations for a web site on women’s history (Clio History) but as I mentioned, I’m going to the Arctic on assignment.  I used to go on assignment when I was a newspaper illustrator and I have done commissions for the Coast Guard in the past.  This assignment is a result of my connection to COGAP, the Coast Guard Art program.  The creation of original art has been a long standing tradition in all of the military services, but some services like the Coast Guard and Air Force rely upon civilian artists instead of in-service personnel like the other branches.

On this assignment, I will fly to Dutch Harbor in the Aleutian chain, Alaska to meet the USCGC Healy a Coast Guard Ice Breaker.  It’s new and the biggest cutter in the fleet.  We will cast off bound for the Arctic during the relatively warm month of August (average temps ought to hover at about freezing where we’ll be).  The Healy is basically a research vessel that houses on-board laboratories and cranes, etc. for gathering materials. They normally carry 50 scientists per voyage to conduct Arctic research in climate change, Oceanography, Meteorology and more, in addition to conducting more traditional missions like channel maintenance, rescue and oil spill mitigation.  My assignment will be threefold:

1. To submit real time sketches and commentary in an “artist’s journal” to the Coast Guard Blog (the public interface for the service).
2. To capture CG personnel working in support of scientific research in the polar region in paintings that I will do when I return.
3. To participate in Coast Guard outreach to Inuit communities in the region (I’ll go off in a helicopter to observe CG personnel bring aid and services to outlying communities, including vaccination for sled dogs!)

I expect to see polar bears, walrus, the midnight sun and many wondrous things.  They’ll bring me off in Barrow and I will make my way back across Alaska to return in time for school, a bit jet lagged, but very excited.  Thanks for your interest.

Best,

Bob