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Librarians have works published

Sarah Jeong

Sarah Jeong

  • Sarah Jeong’s paper, “Core Resources on Time Series Analysis for Academic Libraries: A Selected, Annotated Bibliography,” has been published in the Charleston Conference Proceedings 2010 (K. Strauch, B.R. Bernhardt, & L.H. Hinds, Eds., Charleston, SC: Against the Grain Press, pp. 200-209). Jeong is the science librarian at Z. Smith Reynolds Library.
  • Congratulations to ZSR Library faculty Mary Beth Lock, director of access services, and Mary Scanlon, business & economics librarian, on the recent publication of their co-edited book: Krautter, M., Lock, M. B., & Scanlon, M. G. (2012). “The entrepreneurial librarian: Essays on the infusion of private-business dynamism into professional service.” Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company.

Ganser has case published

Stephanie GanserStephanie Ganser, a Residence Life Coordinator (North Campus), has a case published in “Peer Leadership in Higher Education” in the New Directions for Higher Education journal, Number 157, Spring 2012 publication. Ganser worked with a University of South Carolina colleague on Chapter 2, entitled: “Where It All Began: Peer Education and Leadership in Student Services.”

Stephanie received her Masters of Education from the University of South Carolina in Higher Education and Student Affairs and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Western New England College.

March 2012 faculty publications

The following faculty had writings published in March 2012:

Samuel Gladding

Gladding

Gladding, Samuel. (Counseling). Counseling: A Comprehensive Profession, 7th ed. Prentice Hall. March 2012.

Krautter, Mary, Mary Beth Lock, & Mary Scanlon, Eds. (ZSR Library). The Entrepreneurial Librarian: Essays on the Infusion of Private-business Dynamism into Professional Service. McFarland. February 2012.

ZSR faculty publish article

Congratulations to Z. Smith Reynolds Library faculty on their recent publication:

Keener, Molly, Vicki Johnson, and Bobbie L. Collins. “In-House Collaborative Mentoring: Programs That Capitalize on Campus Community Strengths.” College & Research Libraries News 73.3 (2012): 134-46.

February 2012 faculty publications

The following faculty had writings published in February 2012:

Catherine Harnois

Harnois

Harnois, Catherine. (Sociology). Feminist Measures in Survey Research. SAGE. January 2012.

Nielsen, Linda. (Education). Father-Daughter Relationships: Contemporary Research and Issues. Routledge. January 2012.

Wilson, Eric. (English). Everybody Loves a Good Train Wreck: Why We Can’t Look Away. Farrar, Straus & Giroux. February 2012.

January 2012 faculty publications

The following faculty had writings published in January 2012:

Bardon, Adrian, Ed. (Philosophy). The Future of the Philosophy of Time (Routledge Studies in Metaphysics). Routledge. October 2011.

Gilreath, Shannon & Lydia Lavelle. (Law). Sexual Identity Law in Context: Cases and Materials, 2nd ed. Westlaw. January 2012.

Parks, Gregory & Stefan Bradley, Eds. (Law). Alpha Phi Alpha: A Legacy of Greatness, The Demands of Transcendence. University of Kentucky Press. January 2012.

Library faculty published in journals

Craig Fansler

Craig Fansler

Congratulations to ZSR Library faculty on their recent publications:

  • K. Vicki Johnson and Megan Mulder. “Lights, Camera, Action! Using Archival Collections in Student Documentary Films at Wake Forest University.” Journal for the Society of North Carolina Archivists 9.1(2011): 35-45.
  • Craig Fansler and Audra Eagle Yun. “Inside the Box: Incorporating Archival Material into Undergraduate Information Literacy Instruction.” Journal for the Society of North Carolina Archivists 9.1(2011): 15-24.

Professor joins with students to publish mathematics journal

Professor of Mathematics Ken Berenhaut with, from left, Kris Patton, Jean Merlet, Ross Hilton, Scott Rabidoux and Scott Hubbard.

Professor of Mathematics Ken Berenhaut with, from left, Kris Patton, Jean Merlet, Ross Hilton, Scott Rabidoux and Scott Hubbard.

The word “research” brings to mind images of gloved and goggled scientists pouring chemicals into test tubes. But undergraduate mathematicians are also conducting research — some of this work extends beyond contributions in theoretical mathematics to applications in business, engineering, computer science, biology, physics and economics.

Kenneth Berenhaut, associate professor of mathematics and Z. Smith Reynolds Faculty Fellow, is committed to seeing the best of this research published.

In 2006, Berenhaut launched “Involve—A Journal of Mathematics” which publishes high-quality research articles that have been coauthored by students and faculty. It is the only student-faculty collaborative journal in mathematics. Berenhaut says it was born out of Wake Forest’s commitment to discovery, engagement and the teacher-scholar ideal. Continue reading »