Faculty Scholarship: I-M

Dr. Johnson



Diane E. Johnson

Chair of History and Political Science
Associate Professor of Political Science


A.B. Pepperdine
M.A. (History)
California State University, Fresno
M.A. (International Relations)
CSUF
M.A. (Political Science)
University of California
Santa Barbara
Ph.D.
University of California Santa Barbara

Dr. Johnson teaches introduction to political science, research methods, and lower- and upper-level courses in comparative politics, including Latin American politics, Middle Eastern politics, the politics of developing nations, and comparative political institutions. Her main research interests are democratization, the effects of globalization, and political communication. She specializes in the politics of Latin America.

Dr. Johnson's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2012 Celebration

Dolan, C. J., & Johnson, D. E. (2011). U.S.-Cuban relations during the Obama Administration and beyond. Tempo Exterior: Revista De Analise e Estudios Internacionais, 11(23), 53-70.

Johnson, D. E. (2011). The mass media's dual role: 'Watchdog' and guardian of their own Interests. Journal of Public Affairs, doi:DOI: 10.1002/pa.429

 

Dr. Lappas



Courtney M. Lappas

Associate Professor Biology

 B.S.University of Richmond
M.S.
University of Viginia
Ph.D.
University of Virginia

 

Dr. Lappas teaches immunology, molecular biology and general biology. She is interested in T-lymphocyte biology, with special emphasis on both the role played by T-cell subsets in various inflammatory disorders and the potential use of adenosine analogs to modulate these untoward responses.

Dr. Lappas' Scholarship and Pedagogy 2017 Celebration

Meier, B. P. &  Lappas, C. M. (2016). The influence of safety, efficacy, and medical condition severity on natural versus synthetic drug preference. Medical Decision Making, 36(8), 1011-1019. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0272989X15621877

Dr. Lappas' Scholarship and Pedagogy 2014 Celebration

Lappas, C. M. (2012). D-limonene modulates T lymphocyte activity and viability. Cellular Immunology, 279, 30-41.

Weilnau, J. N., Black, S. E., Chehata, V. J., Schmidt, M. P., Holt, K. L., Carl, L. M., . . . Lappas, C. M. (2013). ZnS nanocrystal cytotoxicity is influenced by capping agent chemical structure and duration of time in suspension. Journal of Applied Toxicology, 33, 227-237.

Dr. Lappas' Scholarship and Pedagogy 2013 Celebration

Lappas, C. M., & Lappas, N. T. (2012). D-limonene modulates T lymphocyte activity and viability. Cellular Immunology, 279,30-41. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cellimm.2012.09.002

Weilnau, J. N., Black, S. E., Chehata, V. J., Schmidt, M. J., Holt, K. L., Carl, L.M., Straka, C. J, Marsh, A. L., Patton, W. A., Lappas, C. M. (2012). ZnS nanocrystal cytotoxicity is influenced by capping agent chemical structure and duration of time in suspension. Journal of Applied Toxicology, doi:10.1002/jat.2811

Dr. Lappas' Scholarship and Pedagogy 2012 Celebration

Chehata, V. J., Domeier, P. P., Weilnau, J. N., & Lappas, C. M. (2011). Adenosine A2A receptor activation limits chronic granulomatous disease-induced hyperinflammation. Cellular Immunology, 267(1), 39-49. doi:10.1016/j.cellimm.2010.11.002

Lappas, C. M. (2012). Allogenic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation followed by graft-versus-host disease: Role of adenosine A2A receptor. In M. A. Hayat (Ed.), Stem cells and cancer stem cells: Therapeutic applications in disease and injury (pp. 149-155). New York: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-1709-1_18

Dr. Lister

Rebecca C. Lister
Associate Professor of Music


B.M., James Madison University
M.M., Florida State University
D.M., Florida State University

Associate Professor of Music, Rebbeca Crow Lister, teaches voice lessons, vocal literature, vocal pedagogy, and diction. She maintains an active performing schedule having appeared several times as guest artist on various music series, including the St. Paul Early Music Series (St. Paul, MN), the Lebanon Community Arts Series (Lebanon, PA), and the Goodman Series (Harrisburg, PA). Though early music is her main point of interest, Lister performs repertoire from all style periods and is a strong supporter and performer of chamber music, contemporary music, music by female composers, and music by Hispanic composers. She is a frequent masterclass clinician at various schools and colleges, most recently at Converse College in Spartanburg, SC. She currently serves as the President for the Allegheny Chapter of the National Association for Teachings of Singing (NATS).

Dr. Lister's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2013 Celebration

Lister, R. (2012). The great divide. In A. Scott (Ed.), "Hands-on" musicology essays in honor of Jeffery Kite-Powell. (pp. 18-31). Ann Arbor, MI: Steglein Publishing, Inc.

Lister, R. C. (2011). A Hildegard "how-to": Steps for the thoughtful preparation of a chant. Journal of Singing, 67(3), 277-289.

Dr. Lyons



David W. Lyons

Professor of
Mathematical Sciences


 B.S. Davidson College
Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Dr. Lyons has broad mathematical interests in the areas of geometry, topology, algebra, and computer visualization. His current research is in mathematical physics in the area of quantum information theory. His pedagogical scholarship centers on the use of visualization, particularly with animation, for teaching mathematical concepts. Away from the office, he is advisor and master instructor for the Taekwondo Club.

Dr. Lyons' Scholarship and Pedagogy 2014 Celebration

Lyons, D. W., & Walck, S. N. (2013). Entanglement verification using local unitary stabilizers. Physical Review A, 87.

Lyons, D. W. (2013 June). Entanglement verification using local unitary stabilizers. Central European Quantum Information Processing Workshop, Valtice, Czech Republic.

Lyons, D. W., & Walck, S. N. (2013). Entanglement verification using local unitary stabilizers. Physical Review A, 87(062321) doi:arXiv:1303.6497

Dr. Lyons' Scholarship and Pedagogy 2013 Celebration

Lyons, D. W. (July 2012). Linear basis for decoherence-free subspace for collective decoherence. Quantum Information Workshop, Seefield, Austria.

Lyons, D. W. (March 2012). Local unitary stabilizers, symmetric states, and Werner states. Telecom Paris Tech, Paris, France.

Lyons, D. W. (October 2012). Quantum information: An ongoing research program with undergraduate students. The MD-DC-VA Section Meeting of the Mathematica Association of America, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, VA.

Lyons, D. W. (September 2012). Writing as a path to understanding and discovery. Elizabethtown College Bowers Writers House.

Lyons, D. W., Skelton, A. M., & Walck, S. N. (December 2011). Local unitary classes of symmetric mixed states and ongoing work on Werner states. Quantum Information Processing (QIP) 2012, Montreal, Canada.

Dr. Lyons' Scholarship and Pedagogy 2012 Celebration

Lyons, D. W. (2011). Classifying entanglement for symmetric states of n quantum bits. Tetrahedral Geometry and Topology Seminar, Elizabethtown College, PA.

Lyons, D. W. (2011). Local unitary group stabilizers and entanglement for multiqubit symmetric states. Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography (TQC), Madrid, Spain.

Lyons, D. W., Skelton, A. M., & Walck, S. N. (2011). Local unitary classes of symmetric mixed states and ongoing work on Werner states. Quantum Information Processing, Montreal, Canada.

Lyons, D. W., Skelton, A. M., & Walck, S. N. (2012). Werner state structure and entanglement classification. Advances in Mathematical Physics.

Lyons, D. W., & Walck, S. N. (2011). Entanglement classes of symmetric Werner states. Physical Review A, 84(042316) doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.84.042316

Lyons, D. W., & Walck, S. N. (2011). Symmetric mixed states of n qubits: Local unitary stabilizers and entanglement classes. Physical Review A, 84(042340) doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.84.042340

Dr. Manza

 

Lou Manza
Professor and Department Chair of Psychology

B.A., State University of New York at Binghamton

M.A., Brooklyn College

M. Phil., City University of New York

Ph.D., City University of New York

Dr. Manza's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2017 Celebration

Meyer, J., Manza, L., Sorber, K., Cook, M., & Acevedo, C. (2016, March). Writing skills and college students: Relationships between composition-related attitudes/behaviors and academic entitlement.  Poster presented at the 87th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY.

Sorber, K., Manza, L., Meyer, J., Potosnak, A., Parsons, C., Aguilar, E., Umbrell, T., & Fleming, M. (2016, March). Paranormal firewalls and metacognitive awareness: Separating pseudoscientific beliefs and decision-making.  Poster presented at the 87th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY.

Dr. McCoy

 

Rebecca McCoy
Associate Professor History, Politics & Global Studies

A.B., Mount Holyoke College

M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

Dr. McCoy teaches world civilization and specialized courses in European History. Her research focuses on the social, religious, and political history of France from the 17th to the 19th century. Other teaching and research interests include the history of European women, the cultural and intellectual history of modern Europe, and the development of nationalism and national identity.

Dr. McCoy's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2017 Celebration

McCoy, R. K. (2016, July).  H-France Review.  [Review of the book Place and locality in modern France by Philip Whalen and Patrick Young (Eds.) London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2014]. H-France Review, 16, 1-7. http://h-france.net/vol16reviews/vol16no98mccoy.pdf

McCoy, R. K. (2016).  Protestant and Catholic tensions after the French Revolution: The religious nature of the white terror in Languedoc, 1815.  In The Proceedings of the Western Society for French History.  Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Dr. McEvoy



Gabriela McEvoy

Assistant Professor of Spanish

Ph.D. University of California at San Diego

Dr. McEvoy teaches Spanish courses at all levels. Her research involves Latin American ethnic studies, most particularly discourse in the Peruvian-Irish community. She has presented her work at several conferences, and has published on the topic of fiction by Latin American immigrants and exiles.

Dr. McEvoy's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2014 Celebration

McEvoy, G. (2013). Resena de libro: Miguens, Silvia.  Eliza Brown la hija del almirante, editorial el ateneo, Buenos Aires, 2012. Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 8(2), 103-105.

McEvoy, G. (August 2013). The art of movement and transformation: Ireland and the Americas looking forward. IV SILAS (the Society for Irish Latin American Studies) Conference, Universidad Nacional de La Pampa, Argentina.

Dr. McEvoy's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2013 Celebration

McEvoy, G. (2012). Asimilacion y la memoria colectiva en la novela barrio palestina de susana gertopan. Hispania, 95(3), 377-.388.

Dr. McEvoy's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2012 Celebration

McEvoy, G. (2011). Irish immigrants in Peru during the nineteenth century. Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 7(4) Retrieved from http://www.irlandeses.org/imsla2011_7_04_10_Gabriela_McEvoy.htm

McEvoy, G. (2011). Leonard O'Brien, Children of the Sun: the Cork Mission to South America (Book Review). Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 7(4).

McEvoy, G. (2012). La asimilacion y la memoria colectiva en la novela Barrio Palestina de Susana Gertopan. Hispania.

McEvoy, G. (2012). Dirigencia, lucha y solidaridad femenina en epocas de guerra. Mujeres, Circuitos De Colaboracion y Asociacionismo En La Cultura y La Historia De La America Latina y El Caribe, Havana, Cuba.

Dr. Metzler-Wilson

Kristen
Metzler-Wilson
Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy


B.A., Goshen College
M.S.P.T., Texas Woman’s University
Ph.D., Thomas Jefferson University

Dr. Metzler-Wilson teaches Cardiopulmonary PT and Exercise Science. Her research interests relate to the autonomic nervous system and peripheral neuropharmacology.

Dr. Metzler-Wilson's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2013 Celebration

Metzler-Wilson, K., Kellie, L. A., Tomc, C., Simpson, C., Sammons, D., & Wilson, T. E. (2012). Differential vasodilatory responses to local heating in facial, glabrous and hairy skin. Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging, 32(5), 361-366. doi:10.1111/j.1475-097X.2012.01137.x

Dr. Morell

Justin J. Morell
Assistant Professor of Music

B.A., University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
M.A., California State University, East Bay
P
h.D., University of Oregon

Dr. Morell has had an extensive professional career composing concert music, playing guitar, and working with many well-known performers—including Dizzy Gillespie, composer John Williams, and the Supremes—across the U.S. and internationally. While living in L.A., he led several ensembles, owned and operated a recording studio, and played guitar on several television and film projects, including Steven Spielberg’s “Catch Me If You Can.” Dr. Morell builds electronic gadgets for the guitar and teaches music theory, aural theory, and independent study projects for composition students. He is the creator of Pivot: A Music Theory Card Game that teaches students about chord root motion, including modulation and modal mixture. Dr. Morell recently released his latest album, Subjects and Complements.

Dr. Morell's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2014 Celebration

Morell, J. (2013). Dectet: Subjects and complements.  Sonic Frenzy

      Records/ BFM Digital.

Dr. Myers

Robin Myers
Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy

B.S., University of Florida; D.P.T.
MGH Institute of Health Professions

Board Certified in Neurology, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties

Dr. Myers teaches neuromuscular physical therapy I & II. Her research interests include clinical decision making related to neurologic physical therapy practice and the treatment of individuals with disorders of consciousness.  Clinical practice areas is neurology, with a subspecialty of brain injury.

Dr. Myers' Scholarship and Pedagogy 2017 Celebration

Niethamer, L. & Myers, R.O. (2016). Manual therapy and exercise for a patient with neck-tongue syndrome: A case report. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 46(3), 217-24. http://www.jospt.org/doi/pdf/10.2519/jospt.2016.6195

Dr. Myers' Scholarship and Pedagogy 2014 Celebration

Hart, T., Ferraro, M., Myers, R., & Ellis, C. (2014). Opening the black box: Lessons learned from an interdisciplinary inquiry into the learning-based contents of brain injury rehabilitation. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 95(1), S65-S73.

Dr. Kanupka

 

Jennifer Wood
Kanupka

Assistant Professor of Education


B.S., Lebanon Valley College
M.A., The Pennsylvania
State University
Ed.D., Immaculata University

Jennifer Wood Kanupka teaches courses in special education. Her research interests include: transition services for students with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities and promoting positive and healthy behaviors in students with autism.

Dr. Kanupka's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2013 Celebration

Kanupka, J. W. (2012). Stakeholders' perceptions of community-based apartment living programs as compared to school-based life skills programs for students with intellectual disabilities. Immaculata University.

Dr. Kline

Joel A. Kline
Associate Professor of Digital Communications

B.S., Lebanon Valley College
B.A., Lebanon Valley College
M.J., Temple University
Ph.D., Texas Tech University

Kline, co-founding professor of the department, owned a digital media company prior to entering academia. He continues to consult and conduct research in the areas of user experience, social media, technical communications, Web 2.0, and innovation. Kline has helped clients develop online communities of practice, create a Social Media for Business strategic plan; deploy a corporate knowledge management system; build iPad and mobile apps; and improve corporate web presences through analytics, heat maps, and usability testing. He teaches courses in user experience, e-business, innovation, strategy, and project management. Kline blogs and tweets on technology, communities, and innovation topics and has presented on such interesting subjects as “What the (Bleep) is the Cloud?”

Dr. Kline's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2017 Celebration

Kline, J. & Guerino, F. (2016). Using data-driven synthesis tools to automatically generate content. Intercom, 63(8), 28-33.

Dr. Kline's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2014 Celebration

Kline, J., & Alex-Brown, K. (2013). The social body of knowledge: Nurturing organizational social capital via social media based communities of practice. Technical Communication, 60(4) Retrieved from http://techcomm.stc.org/2014/01/the-social-body-of-knowledge-nurturing-organizational-social-capital-via-social-media-based-communities-of-practice/

Dr. Kline's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2013 Celebration

Kline, J., & Barker, T. (2012). Negotiating professional consciousness in technical communication: A community of practice approach. Technical Communication, 59(1), 32-48.

Dr. Lehr

 

Michael Lehr
Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy


B.S., Lock Haven University
M.P.T., University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
D.P.T., Temple University

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association

Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties

Dr. Lehr teaches clinical examination, clinical interventions I & II, and selected physical therapy practice topics: high velocity low amplitude thrust grade V mobilizations module. His research interests include skilled Interventions in terms of manual therapy and functional/corrective exercise, and clinical decision making within musculoskeletal management. Clinical practice area is orthopedics.

Dr. Lehr's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2017 Celebration

Lehr, M. E. & Onks, C. (2016, August). Predictive value of the FMS - pros and cons.  Presentation at the Penn State Hershey Sports Symposium, Hershey, PA.

Lehr, M. E., Kime, D., Onks, C, Silvis, M. & Streisel M. (2016). Development of a preliminary evidenced-based neuromusculoskeletal exercise guideline to reduce injury risk in the lower limb: Literature review. Physical Therapy in Sport, doi: 10.1016/j.ptsp.2016.08.012. http://ac.els-cdn.com/S1466853X16300918/1-s2.0-S1466853X16300918-main.pdf?_tid=bac22bdc-de86-11e6-964f-00000aacb35f&acdnat=1484858272_a01a627eacdcdb718b863953f50041b8

Lehr, M. E. (2016, January). Instrument-assisted soft tissue techniques. Presentation at HawkGrips, Allentown PA.

Lehr, M. E. (2016, January). Neuromuscular exercise prescription.  Presentation at the Phoenix Rehab, Sellersville, PA.

Onks, C. & Lehr, M. (2016, August 3). Functional Movement Screen: Beneficial in predicting injury or just a waste of time? Presentation at the 4th Annual Central PA Sports Medicine Symposium, Hershey, PA.

Dr. Lehr's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2014 Celebration

Butler, R. J., Lehr, M. E., Fink, M. L., Kiesel, K. B., & Plisky, P. J. (2013). Dynamic balance performance and noncontact lower extremity injury in college football players: An initial study. Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach, 5, 417-422.

Butler, R. J., Lehr, M. E., Fink, M. L., Kiesel, K. B., & Plisky, P. J. (August 23, 201). Dynamic balance performance and noncontact lower extremity injury in college football players: An initial study. Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach, 5, 417-422.

Lehr, M. E., Plisky, P. J., Butler, R. J., Fink, M. L., Kiesel, K. B., & Underwood, F. B. (2013). Field-expedient screening and injury risk algorithm categories as predictors of noncontact lower extremity injury. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 23(4), e225-e232.

Dr. Lehr's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2013 Celebration

Fink, M. L., & Lehr, M. E. (2012). Lebanon Valley College -- Guest editorial. Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice, 24(3), 117.

Fink, M. L., Lehr, M. E., Cummings, B. K., Hribick, J. R., Pipkin, M. A., & Szigethy, J. T. (January 2011). Evaluation of a manual therapy technique versus clinical device for scapular mobilization: A reliability and validity study. Poster Presentation, Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association Meeting, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA.

Fink, M. L., Lehr, M. E., Cummings, B. K., Hribick, J. R., Pipkin, M. A., & Szigethy, J. T. (November 2012). Evaluation of a manual scapular mobilization technique: A reliability study. Poster Presented at the APTA of Maryland Fall Chapter Meeting, Baltimore, MD.

Fink, M. L., Lehr, M. E., Cummings, B. K., Hribick, J. R., Pipkin, M. A., & Szigethy, J. T. (October 2011). Evaluation of a manual therapy technique versus clinical device for scapular mobilization: A reliability and validity study. Poster Presented at the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference. Valley Forge, PA.

Fisher, J., & Lehr, M. E. (2012). The use of a clinical prediction rule and clinical practice guidelines to manage a patient with hip pain: A case report. Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice, 24(3), 126-130.

Lehr, M. E., & Fink, M. L. (October 2012). A practical approach to medical and movement screening for the lumbopelvic hip complex for today's autonomous practitioner. Private Practice Special Interest Group Presentation at the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference. Lancaster, PA.

Lehr, M. E., & Ritchie, J. (2013). Utilization of a collaborative and interdepartmental student-centered approach in the development of a technology-based application prototype to complement entry-level didactic instruction for cervicothoracic musculoskeletal management. Abstract Accepted June 2011 for Combined Sections Meeting in 2013. San Diego, CA.

Sabol, N., & Lehr, M. E. (2012). Clinical application of the classification system in the musculoskeletal management of a patient with chronic neck pain: A case report. Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice, 24(3), 131-136.

Willow, A., & Lehr, M. E. (2012). The use of an impairment based treatment program to improve the sit-to stand task following total knee arthroplasty: A case report. Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice, 24(3), 118-124.

Dr. Machado

 


Robert Machado
Assistant Professor of English

 B.A. University of San Diego
M.Phil. The Graduate Center of the City University of New York
Certificate in Film Studies
Certificate in American Studies
Ph.D.


Dr. Machado's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2017 Celebration

Machado, R. (2016). Metachromatics: The historical division between color and line/form as analytic. In S. Kim (Ed.), The use of color in history, politics, and art (pp. 143-185).  Dahlonega, GA: University Press of North Georgia.

Machado, R. (2016). Poster movies: Censorship, paratext, and watching who you are as you watch.” In Now showing: An American century at the movies, September 2–October 16, 2016 (pp. 6-10). Annville, PA: Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, Lebanon Valley College.

Machado, R. (2016). Public privacy: Self-address in digital short forms. Presentation at the Modern Language Association (MLA), Austin, Texas.

Machado, R. (2016). Sound/Noise Utility. Presentation at the Vale Media Industries Conference, Annville, PA.

Dr. Marsh

Anderson L. Marsh
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Director of the Chemistry Track for Engineering

B.S., Hampden-Sydney College
Ph.D., University of Michigan
ACS-PRF Alternative Energy Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Berkeley-05

Dr. Marsh specializes in experimental physical chemistry and surface science. His research is aimed at understanding kinetics of environmentally significant reactions on model catalyst surfaces.

Dr. Marsh's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2014 Celebration

Marsh, A. L. (2013). Using NMR spectroscopy to elucidate the effect of substituents on keto-enol equilibria. In D. Soulsby, L. J. Anna & A. S. Wallner (Eds.), NMR spectroscopy in the undergraduate curriculum (pp. 205-210). Washington, DC: American Chemical Society.

Marsh, A. L. (April 2013). Surface science at a liberal arts college. 245th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, New Orleans, LA.

Marsh, A. L. (September 2013). Guided inquiry experiment for the determination of the configuration of a polymer in water. 246th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Indianapolis, IN.

Marsh, A. L., Shay, J. M., Gross, K. M., Carey, M. C., Carl, L. M., Musselwhite, N. M., & Manbeck, K. A. (September 2013). Platinum and palladium nanocatalysts for aqueous phase hydrogenations. 246th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Indianapolis, IN.

Weilnau, J. N., Black, S. E., Chehata, V. J., Schmidt, M. P., Holt, K. L., Carl, L. M., . . . Marsh, A.L. (2013). ZnS nanocrystal cytotoxicity is influenced by capping agent chemical structure and duration of time in suspension. Journal of Applied Toxicology, 33, 227-237.

Dr. Marsh's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2013 Celebration

Marsh, A. L. Development of a Nanoscience Research Program at a Primarily Undergraduate Institution, Presented at the 244th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Philadelphia, PA, August 2012. Invited talk as part of the Nanomaterials in Undergraduate Education and Research Symposium.

Beall, E. J. and Marsh, A. L., Comparison of Pt and Pd Foil Surfaces for the Deep Oxidation of Nitromethane, Presented at the 244th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Philadelphia, PA, August 2012. Part of the Division of Physical Chemistry Undergraduate Workshop.

Gross, K. M.. and Marsh, A. L., Effect of Capping Agent Molecular Weight on Catalytic Activity and Selectivity of Nanoscale Palladium Catalysts for Aqueous Phase Hydrogenations, Presented at the 244th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Philadelphia, PA, August 2012.

Carey, M. C.; Manbeck, K. A.; Musselwhite, N. E.; Carl, L. M.; Gross, K. M.; and Marsh, A. L., Quantification of Active Surface Sites on Platinum Nanocatalysts Dispersed in Aqueous Solution by Attenuated Total Reflectance Infrared Spectroscopy, Presented at the 243rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, San Diego, CA, March 2012.

Carl, L. M.; Carey, M. C.; Kalnoski, C. E.; and Marsh, A. L. Factors Affecting Catalytic Activity for Nitrophenol Hydrogenation on Colloidal Platinum Nanocatalysts , Presented at the 243rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, San Diego, CA, March 2012.

Wagner, S. B.; Carl, L. M.; Straka, C. J.; Schmidt, M. P.; Berg, C. M.; and Marsh, A. L. Singlet Oxygen Production using Zinc Sulfide Semiconductor Nanocrystals , Presented at the 243rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, San Diego, CA, March 2012.

Marsh, A.L., Kulp, A. K.; Jenkins, A. L.; Carl, L. M.; Straka, C. J., and Urban, R. A. Effect of Capping Agent on Interactions of Zinc Sulfide Nanocrystals with an Aquatic Plant Species, Presented at the 243rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, San Diego, CA, March 2012.

Weilnau, J.N., Black, S.E., Chehata, V.J., Schmidt, M.P., Holt, K.L., Carl, L.M., Straka, C.J., Marsh, A.L., Patton, W.A., Lappas, C.M. "ZnS Nanocrystal Cytotoxicity is Influenced by Capping Agent Chemical Structure and Duration of Time in Suspension," Journal of Applied Toxicology, 2012, doi: 10.1012/jat.2811.

Dr. McNulty



Barbara McNulty

Director of the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery

B.S. Messiah College
M.A.
Pennsylvania State University
Ph.D.
Temple University


Dr. McNulty is an art historian whose research focuses on Byzantine and Medieval portraiture on the island of Cyprus. She has presented papers at academic conferences throughout the United States, and has extensive teaching experience in visual studies and the history and aesthetics of photography. At LVC she has developed courses on the history and theory of portraiture, and on the body in the art and architecture of the Middle Ages. As Director of the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery she curates exhibitions that span a broad spectrum of art historical interests.

Dr. McNulty's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2013 Celebration

McNulty, B. (March 22-24, 2012). The politics of rosary beads in venetian cyprus. 58th Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, Washington, D.C. 1-17.

Dr. McNulty's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2012 Celebration

McNulty, B. R. (2010). Cypriot donor portraiture: Constructing the ideal

 family. (PhD, Temple University).

Dr. Moe




Dr. Owen A. Moe
Vernon and Doris Bishop
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry

B.A. St. Olaf College
Ph.D.
Perdue University
NIH
Postdoctoral Fellow, Cornell University


Dr. Moe’s research, in the area of biochemistry, uses kinetic methods to study catalysis at enzyme active sites. He also develops upper-level laboratory experiments involving mass spectral, chromatographic, and spectroscopic instrumentation. 

Dr. Moe's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2012 Celebration

Yeagley, A., Weigand-Heller, A. J., Hinds, D., Gerrish, A. K., Weaver, C. D., & Moe, O. A. (2011). Substituent and solvent dependence of the one-electron reduction of 5-substituted-N-methylisatins in aprotic solvents. Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 651, 228-232. doi:10.1016/j.jelechem.2010.11.013

Dr. Meindl

Joerg Meindl
Assistant Professor of German


M.A., Ruprecht-Karls-
Universität Heidelberg
Ph.D., University of Kansas

Meindl teaches courses in German at all levels. His research agenda includes the fields of applied linguistics, second language acquisition and cultural studies. His most recent project investigated communication strategies in the sermons of an Old order Amish community.

Dr. Meindl's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2016 Celebration

Meindl, J. (2015, October 10). Kulturelle und sprachliche Vielfalt. Paper Presented at the Fall Meeting of the Central PA

Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German, Lancaster, Pa.

Dr. Meindl's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2015 Celebration

Meindl, J. (2014, October 17-18). Teaching about and with German dialects and variations of standard. Workshop presented at PSMLA Annual Fall Conference. State College, PA.

Meindl, J. (2015, Forthcoming). Enriching the curriculum with Pennsylvania German. Die Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German, n.v., n.p.