Ahmed Amer (Computer Engineering) co-authored a paper titled “Design Issues for a Shingled Write Disk System,” which was accepted for publication at the 26th IEEE Symposium on Massive Storage Systems and Technologies. Ahmed will present the paper at the conference in May.
Mark Aschheim (Civil Engineering) wrote a paper titled “ASCE Engineered Bamboo I-Joists,” which was accepted for publication in the Journal of Structural Engineering.
Amarpal (Paul) Khanna (Electrical Engineering) authored a paper titled “Process of Disintermediation and MTT,” which was published in the April edition of IEEE Microwave Magazine.
Gary Macy (Religious Studies) gave a talk on “The Hidden History of Women’s Ordination” at Loyola Marymount University.
Alan W. Scheflin (Law) received the prestigious Richard von Krafft-Ebbing Award for the Best Paper on Forensic Issues and Hypnosis at the annual Conference of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis in March. The paper is titled “A Comment on an Alleged Association Between Hypnosis and Death: Two Remarkable Cases,” and it appeared in July edition of American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis.
At the annual meeting of the Mathematical Association of America in San Francisco, Dennis Smolaraski (Mathematics and Computer Science) was awarded the “Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics” in recognition of his “extraordinarily successful teaching.” He is the 5th person from SCU’s Math/Computer Science Department to receive this award.
Dr. SunWolf's (Communication) paper titled, “Peer Group Rejection: The Stress of Excluding Others, Being Excluded, or Watching Group Exclusion as Children Age” was just awarded Top Paper by the Group Communication Division of the National Communication Association.
Kieran Sullivan (Psychology) authored a paper in the April issue of Journal of Personality and Social Psychology titled “Social Support, Problem-solving, and the Longitudinal Course of Newlywed Marriage.”
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