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2002-2003

  • The "Women and Narrative" oral history research community presented a panel discussion entitled "Black Women in the Urban South" at the National Women's Studies Association conference held in New Orleans in June 2003. The panelists presented oral history projects that were conducted in conjunction with two Xavier University history courses during the 2002-03 academic year, "Women in International Contexts, 1850-present" and "African American History." Student presenters included Ms. Kaylin Ewing (History) on black motherhood; Ms. Shauna Snipes (Psychology) on women in the St. Bernard housing development; and Mr. Worth Hayes (History) on gender roles in the New Orleans Black Panther Party. Ms. Wendy Gaudin (History) chaired the panel. Dr. Elizabeth Hemenway (History) was also a member of the "Women and Narrative" research community.
  • Dr. Elizabeth Rousselle (Languages) and four students — Mr. Cesar Briceno (Spanish), Mr. Gavin Lewis (Sociology), Ms. Maricel Martinez (Spanish), and Mr. Byron Williams (History) — gave a presentation at the June 2003 National Women's Studies Association conference, titled, "An Undergraduate Research Community's Historical, Sociological, and Literary Observations of Spanish Women in Medieval and Renaissance Spain (711-1700)."
  • Dr. Mark Schlueter (Biology) and Bart Everson (Center for the Advancement of Teaching) demonstrated a CD-ROM titled "Interactive Taxonomic Zoology" at ED-MEDIA 2003.
  • Bart Everson (Center for the Advancement of Teaching) gave a presentation titled, "The Rich Media Projects Initiative at Xavier University of Louisiana" at ED-MEDIA 2003.
  • Dr. Todd Stanislav (Biology and the Center for the Advancement of Teaching) gave a presentation at a workshop titled, "Best Practices in Faculty Development" at the 9th National HBCU Faculty Development Symposium held in October 2002.
  • Dr. Mark Gstohl (Theology) gave a presentation at a workshop titled, "Developing Your Teaching Portfolio: A Workshop for Teachers of Religion, Philosophy, Theology, and Bible" at the Southwest Commission on Religious Studied meeting held in March 2003.
  • Dr. Pamela Waldron-Moore (Political Science) gave a presentation entitled "JSTOR: A Teaching and Learning Tool" at a workshop sponsored by Xavier University, The Southern Education Foundation, and JSTOR for library personnel and faculty in the region. The workshop, entitled "Exploring the Possibilities of the JSTOR Archive: Working Together to Enrich the Classroom," was held February 27-28, 2003 in the Nissan Room of Xavier University.
  • Dr. Todd Stanislav (Biology and Center for the Advancement of Teaching) also gave a presentation, "Measurable Outcomes for Improving JSTOR Usage on Campus" at the JSTOR workshop for library personnel and faculty in the region.
  • On February 26, 2003, a Xavier research community presented a paper to faculty, staff, and students on the topic "Flight or Fight? Student Motivation for Academic Achievement through Quality Education." The presenters were Ms. Amanda Brown (Senior, Political Science), Dr. Dominique Gendrin (Communications), Ms. Sharvon Pipkins (Senior, Political Science & Communications), and Dr. Pamela Waldron-Moore (Political Science). The community also presented the results of their research at the 6th Annual HBCU Summit on Retention on March 13, 2003 in Ocean City, Maryland.
  • Dr. Deany Cheramie (English) gave a presentation titled, "Multimedia Writing Instruction: It's Not Just About Writing With Computers," at the 2nd Annual University of New Orleans Academic Technology Forum held in March.
  • Dr. Gayna Credle (Center for the Advancement of Teaching) gave a presentation titled, "Electronic Environments and Communication," at the 2nd Annual University of New Orleans Academic Technology Forum held in March.
  • Dr. David Lanoue (English) published "Treasures from Issa" in World Haiku Review 2.3, November 2002 and "Issa's Haiku Lessons" in World Haiku Review 3.1, March 2003.

  • Dr. David Lanoue (English) submitted his website, The Haiku of Kobayashi Issa, to MERLOT for peer review.

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