2011-2012 Individual Accomplishments

Diana Watkins, Graduate & Professional Admissions, presented to the Hawaii Association of College Academic Counselors in Honolulu.

Alec Webster, Athletics, was named Northwest Conference Coach of the Year in women’s swimming.

John White, Occupational Therapy, co-wrote “Occupational Therapy in Criminal Justice,” published in Psychosocial Occupational Therapy: A Clinical Practice, Third Edition, 2012. He also:

· Co-presented “Mandatory Reporting of Healthcare Practitioners: Learning Each Others’ Ethics,” at the CHP Interprofessional case Conference.

· Co-wrote “Crossing Borders in Correctional Institutions,” published in Occupational Therapies Without Borders, Second Edition, 2011.

· Was re-elected chair of the Board of Directors, Society for the Study of Occupation: USA.

Sarah White, Pharmacy, received the Rock Award for Outstanding contribution as Southern Chapter Chair, Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists, 2012. She also:

· Co-wrote a poster, “Cost Benefit Analysis of Pharmacy Services in the Emergency Department,” presented at ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, New Orleans, December 2011.

· Co-wrote “Description of a model of interprofessional global education for allied health students,” published in Health and Interprofessional Practice, 2011.

· Finished a two-year term as Southern Chapter Chair for Oregon Society of Health System Pharmacists.

· Served as a School of Pharmacy Faculty Delegate to the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy House of Delegates.

· Coordinated Camp MD pharmacy experience with Asante Health System.

Jaye Cee Whitehead, Sociology, published “The Wrong Reason for Same-Sex Marriage” and “Marriage, Risk and Neo-Liberal Governance: Learning from the Unwillingly Excluded.” He also:

· Received the Pacific University Junior Faculty Award, 2012.

· Presented “Gender Prophets: Clinical Practitioners and Hormones in the Process of Diagnosing and Restoring Fragmented Gender Identities.”

· Presented “Students as Research Colleagues: Collaborative Research with Undergraduates in Sociology.”

· Presented “Marriage Equality and the Symbolic Power of the State at the 2012 Gender Studies Symposium at Lewis & Clark College.

· Wrote the book, The Nuptial Deal: Same-Sex Marriage and Neo-Liberal Governance.

Richard Whiteley, Chemistry, with Christine Guenther, Mathematics, published “The Analytical Determination of Kinetic Parameters for a Bimolecular EC Mechanism from Chronoamperometric Data” in the Journal of Mathematic Chemistry.

Dave Widen, Health Administration, serves on the governor-appointed Health Information Technology Oversight Council developing and writing Oregon’s strategic plan for health information technology.