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- Dr. Elliott Hammer (Psychology) presented a paper entitled, "Access for Advising: How to Use that Other Office Program," at the Southeastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology held in Atlanta in February.
- Dr. Elliott Hammer (Psychology) gave a short demonstration titled, "Causality, Critical Thinking, and the Popular Press," at the Southeastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology held in Atlanta in February.
- Dr. Pamela Waldron-Moore (Political Science) participated in a faculty development seminar in Cuba in collaboration with the University of Havana's Center for U.S. Studies. Read Dr. Waldron-Moore's report on the experience and see photos from her travel.
- Major Jackson's book, Leaving Saturn, was reviewed on National Public Radio.
- Dr. Deany Cheramie (English) led a workshop titled "Course Portfolios: Self Study in the Teaching of Writing" at the 2002 Conference of the Louisiana Association for College Composition held in February.
- Drs. Beverly Mason (Sociology), Stephanie Thomson (Communications), and Pamela Waldron-Moore (Political Science) presented a paper titled, "Service Learning for Social Change: The Xavier Experience" at The Collaboration for the Advancement of College Teaching & Learning's winter conference held in February.
- Dr. Mark Gstohl (Theology) was invited, as a result of his work in the Course Portfolio Working Group, to participate as a panel member of the "Reflections on the Teaching of Religion" at the Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Academy of Religion in March.
- Drs. Gstohl and Michael Homan (Theology) published a paper entitled, "Jesus the Teetotaler? How Pasteurization and Welch's Grape Juice Put Jesus on the Wagon" in the April 2002 edition of Bible Review.
- Dr. Susan Fitch Spillman (Languages) made a presentation describing the development and implementation of a CD-ROM project at the 2002 joint conference of the Southern Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT) and the Louisiana Foreign language Teachers' Association (LFLTA). The CD-ROM, titled Vive la Louisiane, un état pas comme tous les autres, features video clips of francophone Louisiana residents speaking in french about work responsibilities, family background, and other cultural tasks.
- Dr. Gayna Stevens Credle, Instructional Specialist with the Center for the Advancement of Teaching, presented results from her content analysis research study, Student Interactions in Electronic Conference Systems, at the 2002 Teaching in Higher Education Forum in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
- Valerio De Angelis (Mathematics) co-authored an article with Paul Dawkins, W. Ted Mahavier, and Allen Stenger titled "MathNerds Offers Discovery-Style Mathematics on the Web," which was published in the February 2002 issue of Focus, the newsletter of the Mathematical Association of America.
- Dr. David Lanoue (English) published "A Little Help From My Friends" in World Haiku Review 1.3, November 2001 and "Random Clicks" in World Haiku Review 2.2, August 2002.
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