2011-2012 Individual Accomplishments

Melodye MacAlpine, Graduate & Professional Student Services, was a member of the planning board for the Oregon Women in Higher Education annual conference held January 2012 at Portland State University and of the planning board for the Northwest Association of Student Affairs Professionals annual conference in Welches, Ore., October 2011. She also co-presented with Ben Dictus, Residence Life, “Me, You and Us: Understanding Relational Leadership,” part of a webinar series for the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, February 2012.

Chris Macfarlane, Education, presented a paper, “Cross-Cultural Collaborating in China Around Children with Disabilities,” at the TASH 36th annual conference, No Excuses, in Atlanta, 2011. She also was lead author and presenter for “Pacific University Special Educator Undergraduate Program,” submitted to the Teacher Standards and Practice Commission, Department of Education, State of Oregon.

Cheleen Mahar Anthropology/Sociology, received the Pacific University Distinguished Professor Award, 2012.

Kristen Malabanan, Pharmacy, received the Pacific University School of Pharmacy Leadership Scholarship, 2011, and Community Service Award, 2012.

Kris Marcus, Pharmacy, received $50,000 for three years from the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation for an expansion of the NACDS Community Pharmacy Residency Expansion Project, Wave 2. She also:

· Received $1,000 from the Walmart Scholarship Fund for the AACP Walmart Scholar and Mentor Program.

· Received the Pacific University Junior Faculty Award, 2012.

· Received Pacific University Faculty Incentive Funding for “Masters of Science in Pharmacotherapy.”

· Was named a finalist for the Outstanding Pharmacy Practice Faculty Member, by student vote.

· Was named P2 Teacher of the Year.

· Received the Excellence in Education Award: Oregon Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Program, from Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists, April 2012.

· Received the Excellence in Education Award: Annual Seminar, from the Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists, April 2012.

· Co-wrote “Pharmacy Students’ Reflection to Assess Their Own Patient Counseling Skills With the Assistance of Videotaping,” AACP annual meeting, Kissimmee, Fla., 2012.

· Is president-elect, technical chapter liaison and PTCE marketing coordinator for the Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

Ellen Margolis, Theatre, received a 2012 Drammy Award, an honor bestowed by the Portland Civic Theatre Guild.

Cat Marlow, Pharmacy, is a member of the American Evaluation Association (AEA) and program reviewer for Assessment in Higher Ed TIG. She also is a member of:

· The Association for Institutional Research (AIR) and an abstract reviewer for the AIR Forum.

· Pacific NW Association for Institutional Research and Planning.

· Medical Library Association Consumer Health Information Specialization (Level 2).

Steve Mason, Enterprise Data Systems, facilitated a roundtable discussion, “Recruiter at Pacific University, at the Northwest Datatel Users’ Group annual conference at Clackamas Community College. He also:

· Co-presented with Teresa Jackson, Enterprise Data Systems, “eSCRIP-SAFE/Transcripts on Demand at Pacific University” at the conference.

· Co-presented with Dave Morelli, Enterprise Data Systems, “GL Security in the Operational Data Store” at the conference.

· Co-presented with Dave Morelli “How to Enrich Recruiter From College” at the Datatel Users’ Group annual conference in Washington, D.C.

Ann Matschiner, Education, presented “Technology in the Classroom,” at Forming Excellent Professors: A Challenge for the Country, University of the Andes, Santiago, Chile. She also:

· Presented “Visionary Reading: Optometrists and Educators Working Together Revisited Year 4,” International Reading Association Conference, Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading, Chicago.

· Presented “Bibliotherapy: Gifted Middle School Students Developing Understanding of Individual Characteristics,” National Association for Gifted Children, New Orleans.

Kristy McGinnis, Education, presented “Close Encounters Of The Medical Kind: Autism, Developmental Disability, And Doctor Visits,” at the TASH annual conference, “No Excuses: Creating opportunities in challenging times,” Atlanta.

David McLean, Tammy Spencer, Ben Griffin, Parrish Evans, Heidi Hoffman, Joe Lang, Jenni Luckett and Jessie Cornwell, Marketing & Communications, received a bronze award for the Pacific University 2010-11 annual report in the 2011 CASE Region VIII Communications Awards—annual reports category.

Nancy Meltzoff, Education, co-presented the paper, “Examining Professionalism: Creating an Authentic Culture of Expressive Equity,” at the National Association for Multicultural Education, Chicago, November 2011.

Paul Michael, Professional Psychology, co-wrote “Meta-analysis” in Understanding Research in Clinical and Counseling Psychology, 2nd Edition, 2011. He also:

· Received the Student Association Faculty Award, School of Professional Psychology, 2011.

· Co-wrote “How the Psychologist Can Improve Personnel Decisions [Review of the book Assessment, Measurement, and Prediction for Personnel Decisions, 2nd Edition],” in PsycCRITIQUES- Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 2011.

· Presented a poster, “Prevalence Of Maltreatment Histories Among Juvenile Offenders,” at the 92nd Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, San Francisco, Calif., April 2011.

· Co-wrote a poster, “Clinical Utility Of The Integrated Visual And Auditory Continuous Performance Test To Identify Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder In Adults,” presented at the annual conference of the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, Seattle, June 2012.

· Co-wrote a poster, “Cognitive Behavior Therapy For Fibromyalgia: A Meta-Analysis,” presented at the 24th annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, Calif., May 2012.

· Co-wrote “Exploring The Psychometric Properties Of The Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire,” published in Mindfulness, 2012.

Joseph Millar, Writing, won a 2012 Guggenheim Fellowship in the creative arts field of poetry.

Mike Millard, Pharmacy, co-wrote Pharmocotherapeutics for Nurse Practitioner Prescribers. He also:

· Co-wrote a poster, “Introducing a Longitudinal Multilayer Assessment Process to Evaluate an Interprofessional Course,” presented at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy annual meeting, July 2012.

· Presented a webinar “USP 797 Guidelines for Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Second Session” for the Oregon Patient Safety Commission, July 2012.

Jim Moore, Politics & Government, published an editorial, “What to Make of bin Laden’s Death,” on KOIN 6. He also gave several media interviews on KXL radio, including:

· "Experts on the 20s: Economics and 2012, Oregon Legislature Budgets; Turnout in 17 May Election."

· "Experts on the 20s: Portland Bond Election; Republican Presidential Politics; Pres. Obama's Boost from bin Laden's Killing."

· "Bin Laden is Dead."

· "Experts on the 20s: Bin Laden's Death."

· "President Releases Birth Certificate, KXL News Goes In Depth."

· "Experts on the 20s: Oregon Legislature Conflict; Public Opinion About the Deficit."

· "Experts on the 20s: Portland City Hall 2012 Races; Oregon Tea Party."

· "Experts on the 20s: Budget Battle and Redistricting Fight."

· "Government Shutdown."

· "Experts on the 20s: Pres. Obama Starts Re-election Bid; Oregon School Districts Face Huge Shortfalls."

· "President Obama Talks Primetime on Libya."

· "Experts on the 20s: Preview of Pres. Obama Speech on Libya; Changing Nature of Iowa Caucus Electorate for Republicans."

· "Experts on the Twenties: Latest in Libya, Portland Politics."

· "Experts on the 20s: Dorchester Conference; US and Libya."

· "Experts on the 20s: Federal Government Budget Showdown; David Wu."

· "Experts on the 20s: David Wu; Federal Budget; Obama Visit to Hillsboro."

· "Experts on the 20s: Egypt; Redistricting."

· "Experts on the 20s: Preview of State of the Union Address; New Oregon Republican Chair."

· "Experts on the 20s: New Congress Meets; Gov. Kulongoski Gets B-/C+ for Time in Office."

· "Experts on the 20s: Tucson Shooting; Opening of Oregon Legislature."

Dave Morelli, Enterprise Data Systems, co-presented with Steve Mason, Enterprise Data Systems, “GL Security in the Operational Data Store” at the Northwest Datatel Users’ Group annual conference at Clackamas Community College, as well as “How to Enrich Recruiter From College” at the Datatel Users’ Group annual conference in Washington, D.C.