Publications

  • Harris, Renee. “Wordsworth, Keats and Cognitive Spaces of Empathy in Endymion.” Distributed Cognition in Enlightenment and Romantic Culture. Eds. Miranda Anderson, George Rousseau, and Michael Wheeler. Edinburgh UP, 2019. 53-73. 

  • Griebel, S., Westerman, R. P., Adeyanju, A., Addo-Quaye, C., Craig, B. A., Weil, C. F., Cunningham, S. M., Patel, B., Osvaldo, H., Campanella, O. H., and Tuinstra, M. R. “Mutations in sorghum SBEIIb and SSIIa affect alkali spreading value, starch composition, thermal properties and flour viscosity.  Springer, Theoretical and Applied Genetics, Vol. 132, Issue 12, pp. 3357-3374 (Dec 2019).
  • McGregor, Rhegan C., Parker, Kory A., Hornby, Jacob M., Latta, Leigh C. “Microbial population dynamics under microdoses of the essential oil arborvitae.” Springer, BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Vol. 19, No. 247 (2019).
  • Mataka, L., Saderholm, J., and Hodge, T. “Faculty epistemological beliefs and the influence of professional development.” Science Education International, Vol. 30, No. 4 (2019).
  • Asaki, Thomas J. and Moon, Heather A. “Anisotropic variation formulas for imaging applications. AIMS Mathematics, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 576-592  (2019).

  • Friesen, Amanda, Ryan Burge, and Kylee Britzman. 2019.  “Digital Segregation: Gender, Occupation, and Access to Politics.” Social Science Computer Review.
  • Britzman, Kylee and Benjamin Kantack. 2019. “Politics as Usual? Perceptions of Political Incivility in the United States and United Kingdom.” Journal of Political Science.
  • Diessner, Rhett.  2019.  Understanding the Beauty Appreciation Trait:  Empirical Research on Seeking Beauty in All Things.   Cham, Switzerland:  Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Loudenback, Luella.  2020.  “Grief and Grieving as a Grief Counselor:  The Loss of My Parents.” In In Working with Grief and Traumatic Loss:  Theory, Practice, Personal Reflection, and Self-Care.  San Diego, CA:  Cognella.

Awards

  • Nancy Lee-Painter was awarded the Kennedy Center Gold Medallion for her commitment to the values and goals of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival and to excellence in educational theatre.  February 2019.
  • Louis Sylvester and Brad McLelland received the 2019 Oklahoma Book Award for Young Adult Literature for their novel, Legends of the Lost Causes.  April 2019.
  • Lauren Connolly received the 2018-2019 Huntington Library / Rocky Mountain Modern Languages Fellowship for the research project Octavia Butler and Explorations of the Writing Process

  • Diemert, Kacey, Idaho GEM Innovative Educator Award, Idaho State Board of Education’s General Education Committee and Capital Educators Credit Union, September 2019.
  • Morrison, John, Idaho GEM Innovative Educator Award, Idaho State Board of Education’s General Education Committee and Capital Educators Credit Union, September 2019.

  • Amy Canfield was awarded an Idaho’s Brightest Stars award by the Idaho Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism. January 2019.
  • Amy Canfield received the Women’s Leadership Award at the Women’s Leadership Conference in March 2019.

Presentations

  • Bradshaw, Seth.  “Media and Emotion.”  National Communication Association Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.  11/13 – 11/16.
  • Connolly, Lauren. “Our Neighbor as the Other: Immigration in Young Adult Literature & Graphic Novels.” Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association Conference, El Paso, TX. 10/9 – 10/13.

  • Addo-Quaye, Charles. “Improved mutation detection for plant gene function discovery.” American Society of Plant Biologists Conference, San Jose, August 2019.
  • Addo-Quaye, Charles. “Improved mutation detection for plant gene function discovery.” IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence Conference, Moscow, July 2019.
  • Rousseau, Suzanne. “Data detectives: statistics introduction in reverse.” Great Idaho STEM Together Conference, Coeur d’Alene, August 2019.
  • Diemert, Kacey. “How can a learning trajectory help us connect geometric transformations with functions in the classroom?” Great Idaho STEM Together Conference, Coeur d’Alene, August 2019.
  • Dent, Ryan. “Starting and maintaining powerful lesson study teams.” Northwest Math Conference, Tacoma, October 2019.
  • Johnston, Nancy. “Volatile organic and sulfur compounds in wildfire smoke in Northcentral Idaho.” American Geophysical Union Conference, San Francisco, December 2019.

  • Britzman, Kylee.  “Ideological Attacks and Information Search in Primary Elections.”  Presentation at Pacific Northwest Political Science Association (PNWPSA) Conference, Boise, ID, November 9, 2019
  • Canfield, Amy.  “The Second Nez Perce War: Treaty Rights, Fishing, and the Rapid River Conflict.” Invited talk for the Fettucine Forum, Boise, Idaho, June 2019
  • Canfield, Amy.  “Revolutionary Era Ideas and Ideals: Whose Democracy?” Invited talk for Idaho Humanities Council Teacher Institute, Boise, Idaho, July 2019.
  • Canfield, Amy.  “’This government is not a democracy’: Suffrage Debates in the 19th Century Over Race, Class, and Gender.” Invited talk for Idaho Humanities Council Teacher Institute, Boise, Idaho, July 2019.
  • Canfield, Amy.  “Changing Strategies: The Radicalization of the Women’s Suffrage Movement.” Invited talk for Idaho Humanities Council Teacher Institute, Boise, Idaho, July 2019.
  • Canfield, Amy.  “Divided Loyalties and Tribal Rights: Agriculture and Irrigation at the Fort Hall Indian Reservation.” Invited talk for the Latah County Historical Society and the Latah County Library District, in conjunction with the Smithsonian exhibit, “Crossroads: Change in Rural America,” Moscow, Idaho, August 2019.
  • Graves, Darci, and LaChelle Rosenbaum.  “The Urban Homeless Outreach Project: Using Experiential Learning to Prepare Students for Anti-Poverty Practice.”  Presentation at Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), Denver, Colorado,  October 27, 2019.
  • Graves, Darci, “Armed with More than Knowledge: Understanding the Implications of Campus Concealed Carry.”  Presentation at Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), Denver, Colorado,  October 27, 2019.

Conferences

  • Sylvester, Louis. BoardGameGeek.Con, Dallas, TX. 11/20 – 11/25.

  • Love, Michael, Northwest Math Conference, Tacoma, October 10-12, 2019.
  • Love, Michael, Great Idaho STEM Together Conference, Coeur d’Alene, August 13-14, 2019.
  • Payton, Spencer, Great Idaho STEM Together Conference, Coeur d’Alene, August 13-14, 2019.
  • Light, Jenni, Northwest GIS User Group Conference, Bend OR, November 4-7, 2019.

  • Kylee Britzman (Social Sciences: Political Science) and Leif Hoffmann (Social Sciences: Political Science) are taking five students to the Pacific Northwest Political Science Association Conference in Portland, Oregon, on November 7-9.  Hoffmann will give a poster presentation and participate on two panels.
  • Amy Canfield (History) attended the National Humanities Conference in Honolulu, HI on November 5-10.
  • Luella Loudenback and Teri Rust attended the Neuroscience for Clinicians seminar in Spokane, WA, on October 11.
  • Luella Loudenback attended the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) conference in Denver, CO, on October 23-27.  She served on a “Grief and Loss” panel.
  • Heidee McMillin (Justice Studies) attended a training in Spokane, WA in November  on “Identifying & Investigating Asphyxiation, Strangulation, Suffocation, & Aquatic Crimes.”
  • Lauren Nichols attended the Community Resilience Initiative Trauma-Informed Care Training in Pacso, Washington, on Sept. 24-27.
  • Gary Reed (Justice Studies) attended the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in San Francisco, CA on November 13-17.
  • Marti Reese (Social Work) is attending a one-day workshop on “Legal and Ethical Issues for Mental Health Clinicians” on November 15 in Spokane.

Faculty-Student Conferences, Service Learning, Field Experience, and Other Collaborations

  • Halpin, Marcy (coach) and the LCSC Speech & Debate Team. Steve Hunt Classic in Portland, Oregon. 10/10 – 10/13.
  • Minervini, Amy (moderated a panel and accompanied her student). Sheighlyn Griego (Business & Communication) presented her paper “Celebrity Obsession: Synergistic or Toxic?” Northwest Humanities Conference, Coeur d’ Alene, ID. 11/9.
  • Lee-Painter, Nancy, Peter Remien, and students. Attended the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, OR.  9/27 – 9/29.

  • Addo-Quaye, Charles and students, American Society of Plant Biologists Conference, August 7-9, 2019.
  • Addo-Quaye, Charles and students, IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence, July 29-31, 2019.
  • Johnston, Nancy and students, IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence, July 29-31, 2019.
  • Johnston, Nancy and students, American Geophysical Union Conference, San Francisco, December 9-12, 2019.
  • Long, Samuel and students, IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence, July 29-31, 2019.
  • Moon, Heather and students (Chemistry and Math majors), Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research, Boise, July 29-Aug 2, 2019.
  • Moon, Heather and students (Chemistry and Math majors), Mathfest, Cincinnati, August 2-5, 2019.

  • Allison, Kerensa, and Manee Moua took several students to the Beyond HB 1079 conference at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, WA, on October 5.
  • Hoffmann, Leif took students to the University of Idaho see a lecture by former United States Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Powers on October 9, 2019,.  Hoffmann and his students received signed copies of the Ambassador’s new book at no charge.
  • Britzman, Kylee and Leif Hoffmann took six students to the Pacific Northwest Political Science Association (PNWPSA) Conference in Boise, ID.

Performance and Exhibits

EXHIBITS
  • Flora Poetica – part of the Words & Light exhibit, Center for Arts & History, Lewiston, ID.  9/6 – 10/26.  Sean Cassidy, exhibited his original photography and helped curate
  • Gardens: A two-day pop-up art installation, Little Pink House Gallery in Genesee, ID.  9/14-9/15.  Sean Cassidy (photography), Claire Davis (artwork), and Ray Esparsen (artwork)
LCSC JAZZ BAND
  • Asotin High School Music Night (fundraiser).  LCSC Jazz Band performed at Asotin High School, Asotin, WA.  11/16. Shawn Bowman, Director.
  • Fall Concert – a combined performance by the LCSC Jazz Band and Choir, Silverthorne Theater, Lewiston, ID.  11/13.  Shawn Bowman and Sarah Graham, conductors
LCSC STUDENT RECITALS
  • Music Showcase – LCSC’s fall applied music recital. Piano, voice, and violin students perform at the LCSC Music Building Room 1, Lewiston, ID.  12/8.  Kris Haynal, Rita McAdoo, Sarah Graham, and Nancy McIntosh – instructors.
LCSC THEATER
  • Love/Sick. LCSC’s fall theater production, Silverthorne Theater, Lewiston, ID.  10/29 – 11/2.  Jef Petersen (Director) and Nancy Lee-Painter (Producer).

LCSC MUSIC AND THEATER
  • Dickens Christmas Carol Madrigal Dinner.  Center for Art & History, Lewiston, ID.  12/13 – 12/14.  Jef Peterson – adaptation for the stage, Sarah Graham – Music Director, and Nancy Lee-Painter – Stage Director

EXHIBITS
  • Amy Canfield.  Consulting Historian, Center for Arts and History (LCSC): “Stonewall Uprising: A Place That Became a Movement.” Curated the historical aspect of an interdisciplinary exhibit (art, performances, and history) for the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. June-August 2019.

Professional Development: Degrees, Credentials, Certifications

  • Graves, Darci, PhD in Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education, Washington State University, December 2019.

Grants

  • Graham, Sarah, P.I., 2019-2020 Performance Grant, TourWest.

  • Johnston, Nancy, P.I., “Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and Sulfur Monitoring of Northwest Wildfire Smoke and Ambient Air—Impacts on Human Health,” INBRE, May 2019.
  • Addo-Quaye, Charles, P.I., “INBRE Summer Research Mentor,” INBRE, May 2019
  • Long, Samuel, P.I., “Retinal Neural Analysis with the GeForce RTX GPU,” INBRE, May 2019.

  • Britzman, Kylee, and Benjamin Kantack, PIs, “Ideological Attacks and Information Search in Primary Elections,” American Political Science Association Research Grant, July 2019.
  • Britzman, Kylee, and Kaylene Gallegos (student) received a $4000 HERC grant to fund a Pilot Study of the Role of Implicit Bias in Elections, Higher Education Research Council (HERC) Undergraduate Research Grant ($4000).
  • Allison, Kerensa, and Mari Carrillo (student), PIs.  “Medical Pluralism: Shifts in Traditional Knowledge and Practice Among Sobadores and Medical Practitioners,”  Higher Education Research Council (HERC) Undergraduate Research Grant ($3039).