Missouri State University

2011 Scholarship, Presentations, and Awards

Scholarship is extremely important to the Student Development and Public Affairs unit.  We maintain a vigorous research agenda as is evidenced by our publications and presentations.  We are also active in professional service for which a number of our staff members have received recognition.

Student Development and Public Affairs Bibliographies 2011

Publications

Aufdembrink, Amy Marie and Kathy Davis.  Jennifer Joslin and Nancy Markee, Eds.  “Creating and Motivating the Advising Team.”  Chapter 9.  Academic Advising Administration. Essential Knowledge and Skills for the 21st Century.  National Academic Advising Association Monograph 2011.

Hobbs, Lora, Chantal Levesque-Bristol, and Kelly Cara. (2011).  Cultivating a Motivational Learning Climate in Blended Courses: Hybrid Vigor in Education.  Manuscript submitted for publication in To Improve the Academy.

Levesque-Bristol, Chantal and Jeffrey Cornelius-White. (in press).  “The Public Affairs Scale: Measuring the Public Good Mission of Higher Education.” Journal of Public Affairs Education 18, 4.

Lokie, Andrew. “Collaborative Learning Spaces.” Consortium of College & University Media Centers Conference Proceedings. October 5-9, 2011): http://www.ccumc.org/. Web.

Lokie, Andrew.  “Navigating Instructional Technology: Overseeing Resources and Services In Higher Education.” 2010 Annual College & University Media Review.  Vol. 16 (2010): 65-84. Print.

Lokie, Andrew. “Podcasting & Tools: Endless Opportunities-Using Technology Effectively.” Computers in Libraries Conference Proceedings. (March 23, 2011): http://www.infotoday.com/CIL2011/Presentations.asp. Web./p>

Niemiec, Christopher, Kirk Brown, Todd Kashdan, Philip Cozzolino, William Breen, Chantal Levesque-Bristol, and Richard Ryan. “Being Present in the Face of Existential Threat: The Role of Trait Mindfulness in Reducing Defensive Responses to Mortality Salience.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Vol. 99,2. (August 2010): 344-365. Print.

Nordyke, Kathy. Seven Revolutions Student Workbook & Journal. Springfield, MO: Missouri State University, 2011. Print.

Whisenhunt, Brooke, Danae, Drab-Hudson, Layla Stanek, Aubree Dock, Brittany Allen, Renee Vincent, and Levesque-Bristol, Chantal. (in press).  “Perceptions of Underweight Images: Are Women with Anorexia Nervosa Perceived as Attractive and Healthy?” Eating and Weight Disorders. Print.

Professional Service

Bowles, Christina.  Secretary.  Missouri Academic Advising Association Board of Directors.  2011-2013.

Davis, Kathy. Steering Committee Representative. National Academic Advising Association Commission and Interest Group Division. 2010-2012.

Glaessgen, Tracey.  Southwest Region Representative.  Missouri Academic Advising Association Board of Directors.  2011-2013.

Frizell, Michael. Chair. Staff Senate. Missouri State University. July 2011-June 2012.

Frizell, Michael. Sigma Kappa Sorority Faculty Advisor. Missouri State University. September 2003 –present.

Frizell, Michael. Corresponding Secretary. National College Learning Center Association. October 2011-present.

Frizell, Michael. Corresponding Secretary. The Learning Assistance Review (TLAR). National College Learning Center Association. Assumes Position October 2012.

Garland, Diana. Member. Academic Integrity Subcommittee. Missouri State NCAA Self Study. 2011.

Garland, Diana. Member. Advisory Board. Nixa A+ Program. 1998-present.

Garland, Diana. Member. Executive Committee. University Professional and Continuing Education Association Distance Learning Community of Practice. 2007-2011.

Garland, Diana. Treasurer. Missouri Distance Learning Association. 2006-present

Garland, Diana. Member. University of Missouri Oral Comprehensive Evaluation Team-Springfield Cohort. 2005-present.

Garland, Diana. Volunteer. University Staff Ambassadors. 2007-present.

Lokie, Andrew. Institutional Director. CCUMC Board. 2010-2012.

Lokie, Andrew. Coordinator. CCUMC Interest Group. 2010-2012.

Lokie, Andrew. Chair. Program Planning Committee. CCUMC. 2011-2012.

Lokie, Andrew. Chair. eJournal of Public Affairs Editorial Board. 2011-Present.

Nordyke, Kathy. Faculty Advisor. 7Rev’s Student Organization. Missouri State University. 2011.

Nordyke, Kathy. President. Chi Sigma Alpha – Student Affairs Professional Honorary Society. 2011.

Nordyke, Kathy. Pre-Conference Coordinator. Public Affairs Conference. Missouri State University. 2011.

Nordyke, Kathy. Assistant Coordinator. American Democracy Project (ADP). Missouri State University. 2011.

Nordyke, Kathy. Associate. American Democracy Project (ADP) e-Journal. Missouri State University. 2011-present.

Nordyke, Kathy. Member. e-Citizenship University Advisory Board. Missouri State University. 2010-present.

Nordyke, Kathy. Member. MSU On-line Advisory Board. 2010-present.

Awards

Darabi, Rachelle. 2011 Executive of the Year. IAAP (International Association of Administrative Professionals). Award.

Frizell, Michael. Staff Excellence in University Service Award. Missouri State University: Springfield, MO, 2011. Award.

Hawkins, Ross. “Emerging Leaders.”  Class of 2011-2013.  National Academic Advising Association.

Nordyke, Kathy. Public Affairs Award for Ethical Leadership and Commitment to Campus and Community. Missouri State University: Springfield, MO, August/September 2011. Award.

Live Performance

A Christmas Story. Perf. Michael Frizell. Springfield Little Theatre, Springfield, MO. December 2011. Performance.

Research

Levesque-Bristol, Chantal and Kathy Nordyke. “Global Citizenship, Community Engagement, Student Learning & Retention.” August 2011. Research Study.

Presentations

Aufdembrink, Amy, Christina Bowles, Kathy Davis, Katie Tucker, and Darren Wienberg.  “The Joy of General Education:  Reviving Your Script.” Missouri Academic Advising Association. Lake Ozark, MO. September 2011. Address.

Aufdembrink, Amy Marie and Kathy Davis.  “Reaching New Heights with Faculty Advisor Training and Development.”  Preconference Workshop.  National Academic Advising Association. Denver, CO. October 2011. Address.

Cromley, Heejung, Tracey Glaessgen, Christopher Lynn, and Susan Martindale.  "What Does an International Student Look Like?" Advising international students - an on-going dialogue.  Missouri Academic Advising Association.  Lake Ozark, MO.  September 2011. Address.

Cromley, Heejung, Tracey Glaessgen, Christopher Lynn, and Jody Pritt.  "What Does an International Student Look Like? Advising international students - an on-going dialogue.”  NAFSA Conference, Missouri International Educators Conference. Columbia, MO. June 17, 2011. Address.

Fisher, Michael. “Levels of Visualization.” UNLEASH 2011, the Mediasite User Conference. Madison, WI. May 16-18, 2011. Live Webcast.

Frizell, Michael. “Sight Unseen: Working with Writing Center Clients through Asynchronous E-Mail Consultations.” MWCA 2011 Conference. Madison, WI. October 2011. Address.

Garland, Diana. “Trends and Planning for Our Students’ Success.” 14th Annual Missouri Distance Learning Conference. Springfield, MO. July 20-22, 2011. Address.

Garland, Diana. “Change, Trends and Planning for the Future.” 63rd NAFSA: Association of International Educators. Vancouver, B.C., Canada. June 2011. Address.

Garland, Diana. “Revolution, Popcorn, the Future: How is your distance learning preparing?” The United States Distance Learning Association National Conference. St. Louis, MO. May 2011. Address.

Glaessgen, Tracey.  “Transfer Challenges.”  Missouri Academic Advising Association.  Lake Ozark, MO. September 2011. Facilitator.

Glaessgen, Tracey, Susan Martindale, and Mike Wood.  “JumpSTART to Success:  Summer Bridge Program for Conditionally-Admitted Students.”  Students in Transition conference. October 2011. 

Gordon, Nancy, Jo Ann Mattson, and Bruce Richards. “Digital Professor Academy Presentation.” 14th  Annual Missouri Distance Learning Conference. Springfield, Missouri. 2011. Address.

Gordon, Nancy, Jo Ann Mattson, and Bruce Richards. “Missouri State University Digital Professor Academy – Teaching through Technology.” Missouri Oklahoma Kansas Arkansas Banner Users Group (MOKA BUG), Springfield, Missouri.  2011. Address.

Hawkins, Ross. “Transfer Challenges.”  Missouri Academic Advising Association. Lake Ozark, MO.  September 2011. Panelist.

Hawkins, Ross, Judy Pickering, Angela Plank, Kimberly Stagner, and Kelly Wood. “What’s Basic about a Transfer Student?” Missouri Academic Advising Association.  Lake Ozark, MO.  September 2011. Address.

Lokie, Andrew. Collaborative Learning Spaces.” Consortium of College & University Media Centers 2011 Annual Conference, South Texas College, October 5-9, 2011. Panelist.

Lokie, Andrew. “Soapbox Moments.” Consortium of College & University Media Centers 2011 Annual Conference, South Texas College. October 5-9, 2011. Address.

Lokie, Andrew. Podcasting & Tools: Endless Opportunities!” Computers in Libraries 2011 Conference, Washington, DC. March 21-23, 2011. Address.

Mullinix, Bonnie, Dakin Burdick, Kevin Johnston, Chantal Levesque-Bristol, Mary-Ann Winkelmes, and Donna Ziegenfuss. “Where to Next?  Exploring the New POD Membership Survey.”  36th Annual POD Conference. Atlanta, GA. October 2011. Address.

Nordyke, Kathy. “E-Student Affairs: Supporting Online Learners”, MSU Webinar – Dr. Gary Rader, Dr. Joye Norris, and Katherine Nordyke October 2011.  Webinar.

Nordyke, Kathy. “Cheating: A Legal Primer Toolkit for Faculty & Administrators” with Dr. Joye Norris, Associate Provost – Access and Outreach, Dr. Gary Rader, Director – Online Education, and Katherine Nordyke, MLS. September 2011. Webinar.

Nordyke, Kathy. “Integrating Seven Revolutions in First-Year Programs.” National American Democracy Project Conference. Orlando, FL. June 2011. Address.

Therrell, Jim, Chantal Levesque-Bristol, and  Bonnie Mullinix. “The Doctor Is In.” 36th Annual POD Conference, Atlanta, GA. 2011. Poster Presentation.

Wienberg, Darren.  “Starting on the Right Foot, Advising Freshmen Students.”  Lake Ozark, MO.  September 2011. Panelist.

Wood, Mary Ann, Rachelle Darabi, Mike Wood, and Denise Baumann. “Incorporating an Annual Public Affairs Theme into Academic and Co-Curricular Activities at a Four-Year Institution.” American Democracy Project Annual Conference. Orlando, FL. June 2011. Address.

Wood, Mike and Kathy Nordyke. “Engaging Students: A New Model for First-Year Programs Utilizing 7 Revolutions as the Course Framework.” American Democracy Project National Conference. Orlando, FL. June 2011. Address.

Wood, Mike, Tracey Glaessgen, and Susan Martindale. “JumpSTART to Success: Summer Bridge Program for Conditionally Admitted Students.” 18th National Conference on Students in Transition. St. Louis, MO. October 2011. Address.

Wood, Mike, Kathy Nordyke, Rachelle Darabi,  Susan Dollar, Joan McClennen, Michael Stout, Chantal Levesque-Bristol, and Ed De Long. “The Seven Revolutions—A Missouri State University Campus-wide Initiative.” American Democracy Project Annual Conference. Orlando, FL. June 2011. Address.