2011-2012 Individual Accomplishments
Teresa Jackson, Enterprise Data Systems, presented “Duplicate Resolution Tools and Techniques” at the Northwest Datatel Users’ Group annual conference at Clackamas Community College. She also co-presented with Steve Mason, Enterprise Data Systems, “eSCRIP-SAFE/Transcripts on Demand at Pacific University” at the conference.
Rick Jobs, History, received a Fulbright-Schuman Fellowship for European Affairs at the European University Institute in Florence, as well as an NEH Summer Stipend in 2011. He also:
· Presented “Echoes and Reflections” as an invited seminar participant at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.
· Presented a conference paper, “Cultural Internationalism and Hostelling in Postwar Europe,” at the Society for the History of Children and Youth at Columbia University.
· Published “Tarzan Under Attack: Youth, Comics and Cultural Reconstruction in Postwar France.”
· Wrote “The Grand Tour of Daniel Cohn-Bendit and the Europeanism of 1968,” published in May 68: Rethinking France’s Last Revolution
Erin Jobst, Physical Therapy, received a Faith Gabelnick Endowed Fund for Community Service award from Pacific University for “Physical Activity Leaders (PALS) Mentoring Program to Reduce Overweight in Children and Adolescents in our Community.” She also:
· Taught a course, “Pharmacology for the Physical Therapist,” to entry-level physical therapy students and practicing physical therapists in October 2011 at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. She also:
· Co-presented “Increasing Activity and Health in Overweight Kids: Do Psychological Interventions Make a Difference?” Obesity Society Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, September 2012.
· Co-presented “Describing an Inter-Professional Case Conference on Fibromyalgia: Learning with Other Professions,” American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, San Antonio, Texas, July 2011.
· Presented “Pharmacology for the Rehabilitation Professional: Considerations for the Older Adult,” to rehabilitation therapists at Eagle Rehabilitation at Camas, March 2012.
· Presented “Pharmacology for the Physical Therapist,” a two-day course to entry-level physical therapy students at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, October 2011.
· Presented “Pharmacology for the Rehabilitation Professional: Considerations for the Outpatient Orthopedic Physical Therapist,” to physical therapists at Therapeutic Associates, March 2012.
Brent Johnson, English, had an essay, “The Sultan’s Scissors,” accepted by the North American Review, the oldest literary magazine in the United States, and published “The Raisin Invasion” in Blood Orange Review in 2012. Johnson also received the Berglund Center for Internet Studies Faculty Fellowship for 2012-13.
Tayari Jones, Writing, received a $25,000 grant through the NEA Literature Fellowships program.
Jennifer Jordan, Pharmacy, received 300 Fluzone ID vaccines for use in the College of Health Professions for pharmacy training purposes. She also:
· Co-wrote “Ceftaroline Drug Utilization Review,” Legacy Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, 2012.
· Wrote “Amphotericin Product Review and Monograph,” published online, 2012.
· Wrote “Intravenous to Oral Pharmacy Automatic Conversion Protocol,” Legacy Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, 2012.
· Co-wrote “Vancomycin Drug Utilization Review,” Legacy Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, 2012.
· Presented “The Pharmacist/Exterminator: Dealing with Dermatologic Pests,” at the Oregon State Pharmacy Association 2011 Annual Convention and Trade Show, Salem, Ore., September 2011.
· Presented “Challenges and Advancements in the Treatment of MRSA Infections in 2012,” at Medical Grand Rounds for St. Charles Health System in Bend, Ore., January 2012.
· Presented “Infectious Disease Pub Quiz,” at the Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists Northern Chapter Meeting in Portland, Ore., April 2012.
· Co-presented a poster, “Ceftaroline Use at Legacy Health, a Drug Use Evaluation of a Multi-hospital Organization,” at UHC National Meeting, New Orleans, December 2011.
· Co-presented “Fairytale Creative Writing to Improve Comprehension of Immunological Mechanisms,” at American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Kissimmee, Fla., July 2011.
· Served as a committee member for the Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists Annual Seminar Planning Committee.
· Serves as committee member and presenter for Oregon AWARE.
· Served as organizer and founder of Portland Citywide ID Pharmacists Group.
· Served as preceptor for Pacific SOP Student Volunteers to the Vietnamese Tet Festival.
· Serves as reviewer for manuscript for Hospital Pharmacy Journal.
Shelley Jorgensen, ELC, received the Pacific University Outstanding Supervisor Award, 2012.
Keely Josi, and fellow members of the Student Health Center staff, Kathy Cooper, Kerry Pioske, Sarah Sharp and Nancy Tuttle, received the Pacific University Dedication to Students Award, 2012.
Dane Jospeh, Sociology, published “Review of Fair Play: The Ethics of Sport” in Teaching Philosophy, Volume 34, Issue 1. He also:
· Co-presented “A Comparison Of Three Methods For Varying The Position Of Correct Answers In Classroom Multiple-Choice Tests” at the National Council on Measurement in Education in New Orleans.
· With two undergraduates, made a virtual paper presentation, “Playing-Time in Youth Football (Soccer) Games: The Challenge of Developing Measures of Inequality and Social Minimums,” at the 2012 Sport and Society Conference at Cambridge University.