SUMMARY OF WFU FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS

for

Reporting Professional Activities

 

Reynolda Campus

2004-2005

 

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

V. Awards

 

 

 I.  Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Brunette, Peter

Wong Kar-wai.  Urbana, IL:  University of Illinois Press, 2005.

 

Deserto Rosso/Red Desert,” in The Cinema of Italy, ed. Giorgio Bertellini.  London:  Wallflower Press,

     2004.

 

 

Dalton, Mary

“Piedmont Hollywood? Growth of Local Film Industry Opens Doors for Theatre People” (with Don Wolfe) in Southern Theatre, Volume XLVI, Number 2, Spring, 2005, pp. 27-31.

 

“Integrating Service Learning and Media Production:  Dialogue and Documentary as a Case Study” (with Brett Ingram) in Journal of Media Practice, Volume 5, Number 2, 2004,   pp. 119-126.

          

I’m Not My Brother’s Keeper:  Leadership and Civil Rights in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, short documentary

          Guilford College, February 23, 2005.

         

Tom Whitaker:  Potter at Large, short documentary

          Screening at HPIFF, June 12, 2004.

          Real to Reel Film Festival, July 24, 2004.

         

Dalton Got Hit, short documentary

     UFVA screening, August 5.

     Just Another Film Festival, March 26, 2005

 

Addie James:  Art Unbound, short documentary

     UFVA screening, August 6, 2004.

     Afro-American Cultural Center, September 10, 2004

     Envoy Film Festival, March 31-April 4, 2005.

    

Reverence With Clay:  Crystal King Pottery, short documentary

          Mint Museum, special program for art teachers called “Evening with Educators,” January 18, 2005. 

 

Martha in Lattimore, short documentary

          Preview screening, April 19, 2005.

 

Giles, Steve

 

Bishop, D.C., Giles, S.M., & Bryant, K.S. (2005).  Teacher receptiveness toward web-based training and support. Teaching and Teacher Education, 21, 3-14.

 

McNeal, R.B., Hansen, W.B., Harrington, N.G., & Giles, S.M. (2004). How All Stars works: An examination of program effects on mediating variables. Health Education & Behavior, 31(2), 165-178.

 

Dusenbury, L., Hansen, W.B., & Giles, S.M. (2003). Teacher training in norm setting approaches to drug education: A pilot study comparing standard and video-enhanced methods. Journal of Drug Education, 33(3), 325-336. (NOT SURE IF THIS WAS ON LAST YEAR’S FORM)

 

Hazen, Michael

 

Michael David Hazen, Review of Blaker, M., Giarra, P. & Vogel, E. Case Studies in Japanese Negotiating Behavior. H-Net Review, July, 2004.

 

Helme, Don

 

Helme DW, Harrington N. (2004). Patient Accounts for Noncompliance with Diabetes Self-Care Regimens and the Physician Compliance Gaining Response. Patient Education and Counseling, 55(2): 281-292.

 

Hyde, Michael

 

“Rhetorically, We Dwell,” in my THE ETHOS OF RHETORIC (see above), xii-xviii.

 

“Acknowledgment, Conscience, Rhetoric, and Teaching:  The Case of Tuesdays with Morrie,” Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 35(Spring 36):  23-46.

 

“The Rhetor as Hero and the Pursuit of Truth:  The Case of 9/11,” Rhetoric and Public Affairs,

8 (Spring 2005):  1-20.

 

“A Matter of the Heart:  Epideitic Rhetoric and Heidegger’s Call of Conscience,” in Heidegger and Rhetoric, ed. Daniel M. Gross and Ansgar Kemmann (Albany:  State University of New York Press, 2005), 81-104.

 

Co-presented on campus the documentary film “The Life-Giving Gift of Acknowledgment” (with Mary Dalton, Steve Jarrett, and Brent Ingram).

 

Invited lecture at Yale University, Divinity School:  “The Call of Conscience and the Good Death,” 2004.

 

Llewellyn, John

 

“Public Attention and Political Reputation.”  Society, Nov-Dec, 2004.

 

“Rudy and Gary Get Makeovers: Public Attention and Political Reputation Post 9/11.”  In Language, Symbols, and the Media: Communication in the Aftermath of the World Trade Center Attack (ed. Robert E. Denton, Jr.) Transaction Publishers: New Brunswick, 2004.

 

Louden, Allan

 

Rethinking debates: An expert provides suggestions to plan candidate debates. Public Radio News Directors Incorporated Newsletter, 2004, 1, 6-7. (Interview with Jackie Yamanaka, Editor).

 

The “Authentic Candidate”: Extending candidate image assessment. (2004). Presidential Candidate Images (pp. 85-103), K. Hacker (Ed.). Rowman & Littlefield. (With K. McCauliff).

 

McMillan, Jill

 

Harriger, K.J. and McMillan, J.J. (in press). Public scholarship and the faculty role in conflict. Higher Education Exchange. Dayton, OH: The Kettering Foundation.

 

Mitra, Ananda

Mitra, A. (2005).  Digital memory.  Journal of Information, Communication & Ethics in Society, 3(1), 3-13.

 

Mitra, A. (2004).  Voice of the marginalized on the Web.  Journal of Communication, 54(3).

 

Mitra, A. (June 2004). Exploring Web usage and selection criteria among male and female students. Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia Annual.

 

Mitra, A. and Stark, N. (June 2004). Patterns of tobacco use and misinformation about tobacco in India.  Proceedings of the Hawaii International Social Science Conference.

 

Rogan, Randall

Siira, K., Rogan, R.G., & Hall, J.A. (2004). “A spoken word is an arrow shot”:

     A comparison of Finnish and U.S. conflict management and face maintenance.

Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 33, 89-107.

 

Zulick, Margaret

 

“Prophecy and Providence: The Anxiety over Prophetic Authority”, Journal of Communication and Religion 26/2, September 2003. Invited article for special issue on “Rhetoric in the Jewish Tradition.” The journal is running behind in publication: the issue actually appeared in print in September 2004.

 

 

 

II.  Papers and Presentations

Dalton, Mary

“ ‘The Life Giving Gift of Acknowledgement’: Integrating Media Production and Service Learning” (with Michael Hyde and Charidy Hight) at the North Carolina Campus Compact Service-Learning Conference at Elon University on February 16, 2005.

 

“Service Learning and Documentary Films” presented at the University Film and Video Association annual conference at the University of Toledo on August 4, 2004.

 

“‘Cybill’: IntergratingWomen's Liberation into Everyday [Sitcom] Life” (with Laura R. Linder) presented at the University Film and Video Association Conference, August 6, 2004.

 

Giles, Steve

Giles, S.M., Helme, D., Krcmar, M. (2005). Predicting Disordered Eating Behavior Among Incoming College Freshman: An Analysis of Social Norms and Body Esteem. Paper accepted as a poster presentation at the annual conference of the Society for Prevention Research, Washington, DC, May 2005.

 

Hazen, Michael

 

Michael David Hazen and Suzanne Stafford. “Approaches to Transnational Medical Efforts at Assisting Local Populations in Russia: Technical, Educational, Social and Communicative Factors.” American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies Convention, Boston, December, 2004.

 

Michael David Hazen. “The Contributions of Yuri Lotman to an Understanding of Human Communication.” National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, Illinois, November 2004.

 

Helme, Don

Andersen, P. A., Buller, D., Voeks, J., Borland, J., Helme, D. & Bettinghaus, E. (2005, March) Controlling Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke: Predictors of Government Officials’ support in An American State. Paper presented at the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco's 11th Annual Meeting and 7th Annual SRNT European Conference. Prague, Czechoslovakia.

 

     Giles, S.M., Helme, D.W. & Krcmar, M. (2005). Predicting Disordered Eating Behavior Among Incoming College Freshman: An Analysis of Social Norms and Body Esteem. Poster presented at the 13th Annual Meeting of the Society for Prevention Research.

 

Hyde, Michael

 

“Heidegger and Judaism:  A Response to Allen Scult.”  Presented at NCA, Chicago, Illinois, 2004.

 

 “The Rhetoric of Anorexia on the World Wide Web” (with Carrie Anne Platt).  Presented at NCA, Chicago Illinois, 2004.

 

“The Importance of Case Studies for Philosophies of Communication.”  Presented at NCA, Chicago, Illinois, 2004.

 

Llewellyn, John

“Looking Back on the Rhetoric of Corporate Legitimation:  Public Relations and Philanthropy as Social Responsibility.“  National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, November 11, 2005.

 

Louden, Allan

 

Debate Coaches Judge the 2004 Presidential Debates: A Roundtable Discussion, National Communication Association, Panelist, Chicago, IL, November 2004.

 

McMillan, Jill

 

McMillan, J.J. (June 27-30, 2004). Deliberative Democracy Seminar. Invited participant. Kettering Foundation, Dayton, OH.

          McMillan, J.J. (November, 2004). “Looking back on the Rhetoric of the Modern Organization.” Looking back, The Silver Anniversary of the study of Organizational Rhetoric, Part 1: The Contributions of Rod Hart, Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

          Dumansky, T. and McMillan, J.J. (November, 2004). “Reframing Educational Partnership: A Communication Perspective.” Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

          McMillan, J.J. (November, 2004). Various Approaches to Organizational Rhetoric. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL. Invited Respondent.

          McMillan, J.J. (April, 2005). “Dialogue in Educational Organizations.” Chances for Dialogue: Creating and Enhancing Applied Dialogue in Communities. Southern States Communication Association Annual Convention. Baton Rouge, LA.

          McMillan, J.J. and Harriger, K.J. (April, 2005). “College Students and Deliberation: An antidote for Civic Disengagement.” Southern Communication Association Annual Convention. Baton Rouge, LA.

 

Mitra, Ananda

 

“Utilizing community input.” (A. Mitra, and B. Kauffmann) Annual Conference of the New Jersey Parks and Recreation Association, Atlantic City, NJ, March 2005.

 

Paper at NCA – will have to get the details and will provide in the final version

 

"Collecting citizen input."  Annual conference of the Connecticut Parks and Recreation Association, Mohegun Sun, CT, November, 2004.

 

Health Risk and Problem Behaviors Engaged in by College Students Who Have Experienced Date Fighting.” (S. D. Rhodes, C. Miller, A. Robbins, M. R. Omli, H. Champion, M. Wolfson, M. C. O’Brien, R. D’Agostino, B. A. Martin, A. Mitra, H. Teuschler, K. Wagoner, R. H. DuRant) National Recreation and Parks Association Conference, Reno, NV, October 2004.

 

Study to Prevent Alcohol-Related Consequences (SPARC): An Innovative Triangulation Approach to Process Evaluation.” (R. H. DuRant, M. R. Omli, H. Champion, R. D’Agostino, B. A. Martin, C. Miller, A. Mitra, M. C. O’Brien, S. Rhodes, H. Teuschler, M. Wolfson) National Recreation and Parks Association Conference, Reno, NV, October 2004.

 

How “Ready” are Colleges for an Environmental Approach that Utilizes Campus-Community Coalitions?.” (M. C. O’Brien, R. D’Agostino Jr, A. Robbins, R. H. DuRant, H. Champion, B. A. Martin, A. Mitra, M. R. Omli, S. Rhodes, A. Williams, M. Wolfson, C. Miller) National Recreation and Parks Association Conference, Reno, NV, October 2004.

 

Alcohol-Related Norms Among Students Attending Ten Universities in North Carolina” (B. A. Martin, H. Champion, T. McCoy, R. H. DuRant, M. Wolfson, M. C. O’Brien, R. D’Agostino, A. Mitra, S. Rhodes, M. R. Omli, H. Teuschler, C. Miller, A. Robbins) National Recreation and Parks Association Conference, Reno, NV, October 2004.

 

 “Process and utility of collecting citizen input.” (A. Mitra, L. Stark, N. Marrin, B. Kauffmann) National Recreation and Parks Association Conference, Reno, NV, October 2004.

 

“Exploring Web usage and selection criteria among male and female students.” Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education Conference, Lugano, Switzerland, June 2004.

 

" Patterns of tobacco use and misinformation about tobacco in India" (A. Mitra and N. Stark) Hawaii International Social Science Conference, Honolulu, HI, June 2004.

 

 

Rogan, Randall

 

Rogan, R.G., Conflict Framing Categories Revisited. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL. November 2004.

 

Poelman, H., & Rogan, R.G., Decision and Dialogue: The importance of voice in interdependent relationships. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL. November 2004.

 

Carlyle, K.E., & Rogan, R.G., Exploring Media Framing: An Issue Development Approach to Understanding the Dynamic Nature of Media Frames. Paper Presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL. November 2004

 

Rogan, R.G. (June, 2005). The possibilities for reflection and reframing in

crisis negotiation using the SAFE model of negotiation. International 

 Communication Association conference, New York, NY. 

 

Rogan, R.G. (June, 2005). The possibilities for reflection and reframing in

crisis negotiation using the SAFE model of negotiation. International 

 Communication Association conference, New York, NY. 

 

 

Watts, Eric

Presented “Response to Patricia Hill Collins’ Black Sexual Politics: Recovering Black Voices from Black Bodies.” National Communication Association, Chicago, Il. November 2004.

 

Zulick, Margaret

"Why Visual Rhetoric? Toward an Enthymematics of Images." Paper presented to the American Society for the History of Rhetoric, National Communication Association, Chicago, Nov. 2004.

 

 

III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Brunette, Peter

Editorial Board member, Cinema Journal

Series editor, “Conversations with Filmmakers” series, University Press of Mississippi

 

Dalton, Mary

Editorial Board, Creative Screenwriting.

Editorial Board, Journal of Film and Video.

 

Giles, Steve

National Institutes of Health (4 days)

Behavioral Tech, Inc., Seattle, WA (1/2 day)

 

Hazen, Michael

 

Controversia  (Editorial Board)

 

Argumentation and Advocacy (Editorial Board)

 

Russian Communication Association

     Member of Executive Board

     Program Planner for 2005 NCA Convention

     Paper Reviewer

 

Helme, Don

 

The Cooper Institute, Center for Health Communication, Denver, CO: Collaborating Scientist.

 

The Cooper Institute, Center for Health Communication, Denver, CO: Principal Investigator for the Colorado Anti-Tobacco PSA Message Sensation Value Project.

 

The Cooper Institute, Center for Health Communication, Denver, CO: Paid Consultant for Dr. Erwin Bettinghaus regarding his project, Media Influences on Cancer Perception (1 RO1 CA109649-01)

 

Hyde, Michael

Quarterly Journal of Speech

Philosophy and Rhetoric

Kalaidoscope (NCA Graduate Student Journal)

 

Rhetoric and Public Affairs (External Reviewer)

Rhetoric Society Quarterly (External Reviewer)

University of South Carolina Press (External Reviewer)

University of Missouri Press (External Reviewer)

 

Llewellyn, John

 

Public Relations Review

     Management Communication Quarterly

 

     WFU MBA program, Charlotte campus, 4 hours

 

Louden, Allan

 

Forum Editor, Contemporary Argumentation and Debate: Journal of CEDA, 2004-7.

 

Editorial Board for Speaker and Gavel

Contemporary Argumentation and Debate: Journal of CEDA

Argumentation and Advocacy: Journal of the American Forensics Association.

 

Committee on International Discussion and Debate (CIDD) with National Communication Association, Term 2004-7.

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Consultant/volunteer, Bob Brown/Dave Lewis Governor Campaign, Montana, 2003-4.

 

McMillan, Jill

Editorial Board—Southern Communication Journal

                     Management Communication Quarterly

 

Reviewer-     Western States Communication Journal

 

Mitra, Ananda

 

Member of the editorial review board for New Media and Society

 

Rogan, Randall

1.     Editorial Board of Southern Journal of Communication. 

# of reviews = 3

2.     Journal of Applied Communication Research= 2

3.     Communication Reports = 1

4.     Journal of Policing = 1

5.     Book reviewer for Bedford/St. Martin, Canary, D.J., Cody, M.J., & Manusov, V.L. (2000). Interpersonal Communication: A goals-based approach (3rd ed.).New York: Beford/St. Martin’s.

 

Watts, Eric

Quarterly Journal of Speech, Editorial Board

Critical Studies in Media Communication, Editorial Board

Communication Monographs, Editorial Board

The International and Intercultural Communication Annual, Editorial Board

 

Zulick, Margaret

 

Quarterly Journal of Speech
Philosophy and Rhetoric 2 manuscripts reviewed

 

 IV.  External Grants Received

 

Louden, Allan

 

Topic:

Southeast Europe Youth Leadership Institute (SEEYLI), with Dr. Pia Wood, International Studies

Agency:

 

Open Society Institute and US State Department

$  Requested:

$134, 000

 

$  Funded:

$134,0009

 

McMillan, Jill

Topic:

Deliberative Democracy—Longitudinal Study

Agency:

The Kettering Foundation

 

 

$  Funded:

$25, 000 for 2004-2005

 

 

V. Awards

 

Dalton, Mary

The documentary Tom Whitaker:  Potter at Large won First Place Documentary and won Audience Award Documentary at the HPIFF, June 12, 2004.  (Not recorded in last year’s summary.)

 

Faculty Appreciation Award, presented by the Interfraternity Council for 2005-2006.

 

Rogan, Randall

 

Top paper award from NCA Peace and Conflict Communication Division for:

 Rogan, R.G., Conflict Framing Categories Revisited. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL. November 2004.

 

Watts, Eric

 

Outstanding Book Chapter, “The Ethos of a Black Aesthetic: an exploration of Larry Neal’s Vision of a Liberated Future,” in The Ethos of Rhetoric ed. Michael J. Hyde, Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2004, 98-113. African American Communication and Culture Division of the National Communication Association, 2004.