Faculty and Staff Resources

Faculty and Staff Resource Index


Scholarship

Youmin Lu

Youmin Lu, Ph.D., professor of mathematical and digital sciences, has published the following paper with his colleagues Huiqin Chen, Yaqiong Cui, Shugui Kang and Wenying Feng in the journal of Studies in Applied Mathematics: Existence of solutions for a class of fractional difference equations at resonance. Studies in Applied Mathematics is an SCI indexed journal and its impact factor is 3.108.

Cassandra Sachar

Cassandra O’Sullivan Sachar, Ed.D., associate professor of writing, published “Revising with Metacognition to Promote Writing Achievement” in the December 2020 issue of the Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. The study details an intervention that required students to revise their essays and explain these revisions; the theory was that this process would influence the likelihood of completing the stages of the writing process, including using feedback. In March 2020, she received the Hunter R. Boylan Outstanding Research by a NOSS Member Award from the National Organization for Student Success for her work on this project. She is slated to present her research in March 2021 at the Writing Research Across Borders (WRAB) Virtual Conference.

Ted Roggenbuck

Ted Roggenbuck, Ph.D., professor of English, was interviewed for a podcast about his work as a co-editor for WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship. The podcast is the inaugural “Slow Agency” podcast hosted at Connecting Writing Centers Across Borders. The goal of the “Slow Agency” podcast series is “to open up time and space in this productivity-saturated culture to slow down and dialogue with leading thinkers and practitioners in writing studies worldwide.”