November 2003 PublicationsNov. 2, 2003
Dr. Robert M. Baird, chair and professor of philosophy and Master Teacher, and Dr. Stuart E. Rosenbaum, professor of philosophy and director of graduate studies, had a co-edited book titled Caring for the Dying: Critical Issues at the Edge of Life published by Prometheus Press (2003).
Dr. Bryan W. Brooks, assistant professor of environmental studies, had the following co-authored articles published: "Aquatic Ecotoxicology of Fluoxetine" in Toxicology Letters (Vol. 142, pp. 169-183, 2003), multiple co-authors including Jacob Stanley, Baylor graduate student; "Linkages Between Population Demographics and Municipal Effluent Estrogenicity" in Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (Vol. 71, pp. 504-511, 2003), multiple co-authors; "Comparison of In Vitro and In Vivo Bioassays for Estrogenicity in Fractionated Effluent from North American Wastewater Effluent" in Toxicological Sciences (Vol. 72, pp. 77-83, 2003), multiple co-authors; and "Waterborne and Sediment Toxicity of Fluoxetine to Selected Organisms" in Chemosphere (Vol. 52, pp. 135-142), multiple co-authors including Stanley and Beth Glidewell, Baylor graduate student. He had a co-authored chapter titled "Aquatic Resources and Human Health" published in Achieving Sustainable Freshwater Systems: A Web of Connections by Island Press, edited by M.M. Holland, E.R. Blood and L. Shaffer (pp. 65-83, 2003). Co-authors are K.E. Marsh, North Carolina State University, C.M. Moran, West Virginia University, and K. Willet, University of Mississippi.
Dr. Nancy L. Chinn, associate professor of English and director of undergraduate studies, had an article titled "Games and Tragedy: Unidentified Quotations in William Styron's Sophie's Choice" reprinted in Modern Critical Interpretations: William Styron's Sophie's Choice" by Chelsea House, edited by Harold Bloom (2002).
Dr. William V. Davis, professor of English and Writer-in-Residence, had the following poems published: "Easter" in Blue Unicorn (Vol. 26, No. 1, p. 33, 2002); "Burnt Sienna" in The Antigonish Review (No. 129, p. 31, 2002); "Route 62 Near Canton, Ohio" in U.S. 62: A Poetry Tour Guide; A Literary Highway (p. 40, 2002); "Pilgrimage" in Christianity and Literature (Vol. 52, No. 2, p. 180, 2003); and "Tide Pool" and "The Oyster" in Poetry of the Sea by the Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review (p. 18, 2002).
Dr. Jeannette M. Denton, assistant professor of English, had an article titled "Reconstructing the Articulation of Early Germanic *r" published in Diachronica: International Journal for Historical Linguistics (Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 11-43, 2003). She had an article titled "A Historical Linguistic Description of Sir Thomas Malory's Dialect" accepted for publication in an upcoming special issue of Arthuriana titled "Reading Malory Aloud, Then and Now."
Dr. Michael B. Frisch, professor of psychology, Dr. M. David Rudd, professor of psychology and neuroscience and director of the PsyD program, and Dr. David A. Kopplin, professor of psychology, had a co-authored article titled "Predictive Validity and Sensitivity to Change in Quality of Life Assessment and Life Satisfaction" published in Advances in Quality of Life Theory and Research by Kluwer Academic Publishers, edited by M.J. Sirgy, D. Rahtz and A.C. Samli (pp. 191-210, 2003). Additional co-authors are Jennifer Paweleck and Andrew Greenstone, Baylor graduate students, Michelle P. Clark, Iowa State University, and Steven V. Rouse, Pepperdine University.
Dr. Guillermo García-Corales, associate professor of Spanish, had an article titled "La Poética de la Precariedad en Sensini" published in Estudios Críticos Sobre la Obra de Roberto Bolaño" by Frasis Editores, edited by Patricia Espinosa (pp. 35-47, 2003).
Dr. Gregory T. Garrett, associate professor of English, had a book titled Cycling published by Kensington Publishing (2003). He had a trade paperback edition of a book titled Free Bird published by Kensington Publishing (2003). He and Chris Seay, Baylor graduate, had a co-authored book titled The Gospel Reloaded: Exploring Spirituality and Faith in The Matrix published by Piñon Press (2003) and as an e-book for Microsoft Reader. He had the following articles published: "A Little More Home" in Image 38 (pp. 60-63, 2003); "Looking for God in The Matrix" in christianitytoday.com (May 16, 2003); "Messiah of The Matrix" in FaithWorks (Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 8-11, 2003); a review of Fredrick Barton's novel A House Divided in The Cresset (Vol. 66, No. 5, pp. 39-41, 2003); an interview of Robert Olen Butler in The Door (pp. 10-15, September/October 2003); and an interview of Andre Dubus in New Orleans Review (pp. 276-277, 2003).
Dr. Douglas V. Henry, acting director of the Institute of Faith and Learning, had a co-edited book titled Faithful Learning and the Christian Scholarly Vocation published by William B. Eerdmans (2003). Co-editor is Bob R. Agee. He had an article titled "Correspondence Theories, Natural-Selective Truth and Unsurmounted Skepticism" published in Philosophia Christi (Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 91-110, June 2003).
Kathy R. Hillman, associate professor and acquisitions librarian, had an article titled "The Lea Legacy" published in Brief Basics for Texas Baptists (September-October-November 2003). She had an article titled "Catching Up With Kathy" published in the resource publication of Woman's Missionary Union of Texas (September 2003).
Dr. Roger E. Kirk, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Statistics and Master Teacher, had a chapter titled "The Importance of Effect Magnitude" published in Handbook of Research Methods in Experimental Psychology by Blackwell Publishers, edited by Stephen F. Davis (pp. 83-105, 2003).
Dr. Robert B. Kruschwitz, director of the Center for Christian Ethics and professor of philosophy, had an article titled "Natural Law and the Free Church Tradition" published in Natural Law and the Possibility of a Global Ethics by Kluwer Academic Publishers, edited by Mark J. Cherry (2003). He had reviews of For the Beauty of the Earth by Steven Bouma-Prediger, The Art of the Commonplace by Wendell Berry and The Green Earth by Luci Shaw published in Perspectives in Religious Studies (Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 113-116, spring 2003).
Dr. Carlos E. Manzanares, professor of chemistry, had a co-authored article titled "Density Functional Theory Test Study on the CO...He Dimer" published in International Journal of Quantum Chemistry (Vol. 95, pp. 177-183, 2003). Co-authors are Mary C. Salazar, José L. Paz, Antonio J. Hernandez and Eduardo V. Ludena, Universidad Simon Bolivar and Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Cientificas.
Dr. David W. Music, professor of church music and director of graduate studies, had an article titled "John Newton's Sermons on Handel's Messiah" published in The American Organist (August 2003).
Dr. Lee C. Nordt, associate professor of geology and associate dean for sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences, had a co-authored article titled "Late Prehistoric (Inka) Soil Fertility, Irrigation Management and Agricultural Production in Northwest Coastal Peru" accpted for publication in an upcoming issue of Geoarchaeology. Co-authors are Frances Hayashida, Penn State University, Tom Hallmark, Texas A&M University, and Corey Crawford, Baylor graduate student.
Dr. John N. Ochola, assistant professor and collection development librarian, and Billie R. Peterson-Lugo, associate professor and assistant director of Electronic Library resources and collection management services, had a co-authored article titled "Collaboration Between the Library and Classroom Faculty in the Assessment of Student Research Needs: A Case-Study with Geology Undergraduates" published in Collection Management (Vol. 28, No. 4, 2003).
Dr. Andy Pittman, associate professor of health, human performance and recreation, had co-authored chapters titled "Transportation" and "Sports-related Crimes: Gambling, Ticket Scalping, Wire and Mail Fraud" published in the third edition of Law for Recreation and Sports Managers by Kendall Hunt, edited by Doyice Cotten and John T. Wolohan. Co-authors are Carolyn Lehr, University of Georgia, and Barbara Osborne, University of North Carolina.
Dr. T. Laine Scales, assistant professor of social work, had a co-edited book titled Rural Social Work: Building and Sustaining Community Assets published by Wadsworth/Thompson Learning (2003). Co-editor is Dr. Calvin Streeter, University of Texas at Austin.
Matthew Schobert, part-time lecturer in Baylor Interdisciplinary Core, had an article titled "In Good Faith" published in Social Work and Christianity (Vol. 30, No. 2, summer 2003).
Melvin Schuetz, night/weekend supervisor of Moody Library, had an article titled "The Conquest of Space: Bonestell Color Illustrations Index" published Aug. 5 on www.collectspace.com.
Dr. Robert B. Sloan Jr., University president, had an article titled "Educating the Whole Person" published in Brief Basics for Texas Baptists (September-October-November 2003).
Dr. Frances Strodtbeck, associate professor of nursing, had an article titled "The Role of Early Enteral Nutrition in Protecting Premature Infants from Sepsis" published in Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America (pp. 79-87, March 2003). She had an article titled "The Pathophysiology of Prolonged Periods of No Enteral Nutrition or Nothing by Mouth (NPO)" published in Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews (Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 47-54, June 2003).
Dr. Mary Lynn Trawick, associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry, had a co-authored article titled "Evaluation of Synthetic Analogs of Combretastatin A1 and A4 as Inhibitors of Tubulin Assembly" published in The FASEB Journal (Vol. 17, p. A1314, 2003). There are multiple co-authors including Dr. Charles M. Garner, associate professor of chemistry, Dr. Kevin G. Pinney, associate professor of chemistry, and Rogelio Siles, Keith A. Monk and Benton E. Mugabe, Baylor graduate students. She had a co-authored article titled "X-ray Crystal Structure of 2,5-dioxo-4-imidazolidineethanesulfonamide, C5H9N3O4S" published in Journal of Chemical Crystallography (Vol. 33, p. 277, 2003). Co-authors are Dr. Jason A. Kautz, University of Texas at Tyler, Christine Chang, former Baylor student, and Ce Qin, University of Connecticut. She had a co-authored article titled "X-ray Crystal Structure of N2-[(Phenylmethoxy)carbonyl]-5-thioxo-L-ornithine, C13H16N2O4S" accepted in an upcoming issue of Journal of Chemical Crystallography. Co-authors are Dr. Kautz and Dr. Yvonne Y. Shao, Cleveland Clinic.
Dr. Richard E. Watts, associate professor of educational psychology, had a book titled Adlerian, Cognitive and Constructivist Therapies: An Integrative Dialogue published by Springer Publishing Co. (2003).
Dr. Walter M. Wilcox, professor of physics, and Dr. Alfred Tang, post-doctoral fellow in physics, had a co-authored article titled "Lattice Results on the Corrected Neutron Charge Radius" accepted forpublication in an upcoming issue of Physical Review D. Additional co-author is Randy Lewis, University of Regina.
Dr. James E. Wood Jr., The Simon and Ethel Bunn Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Church-State Studies, had an article titled "Religious Human Rights, the United Nations and a Democratic State" published in United Nations Contributions to the Prevention and Settlement of Conflicts by Chuo University Press, edited by Kazuomi Ouchi and Maki Nishiumi (pp. 1-30, 2003).