Health and Human Development

 

Selena Ahmed

  • "The Future of Tea Looks Bleak, Thanks to Climate Change" Eater Magazine, July 9, 2016. http://www.eater.com/drinks/2016/7/8/12111038/climate-change-tea-leaves-flavor

  • Boehm, R.; Cash, S.; Anderson, B.; Ahmed, S.; Griffin, T.; Robbat, Jr., A.; Stepp, J.R.; Han, W.; Hazel, M.; Orians, C. 2016. Association Between Empirically Estimated Monsoon Dynamics and Other Weather Factors and Historical Tea Yields in China: Results From a Yield Response Model. Climate 4(2) 

  • Ahmed, S.; Stepp, J.R. 2016. Beyond Yields: Climate Effects on Specialty Crop Quality and Agroecological Management. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene (Forum on New Pathways to Sustainability in Agroecological Systems). 4: 000092 

  • Yang, L.; Ahmed, S.; Stepp, J.R.; Shengi, P.; Gang, X. 2015. Cultural Uses, Ecosystem Services, and Nutrient Profile of Flowering Quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) in the Highlands of Western Yunnan, China. Economic Botany 69: 273 - 283

  • Freeman, M.; Ahmed, S.; Lin, S. 2015. Life of Tea: Terroir and Connoisseurship. Barclays Bank PLC, London (Large format book)

  • Freeman, M; Ahmed, S. 2015. Tea Horse Road: China’s Ancient Trade Road to Tibet. River Books Ltd. Bangkok, Thailand. (Second Edition; Large format book))

 

Sandra Bailey

  • Bailey, S.J. (2015).Transnational adoption challenges:Through the eyes of Eastern European youth. Adoption Quarterly, 18(2), 85-107.

  • Eldridge, G., Paul, L., Bailey, S.J., Ashe, C., & Martz, J Lynch, W. (2016). Parent-only childhood obesity prevention programs reduce body image concerns among rural preteens. Body Image: In International Journal of Research, 16, 143-153. Available online: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1740144516000024

  • Sandra J, Bailey, Tammy L. Henderson. Contemporary Families: Translating Research Into Practice (book). The Grandparent-Headed Family

 

Katie Bark

  • Stephens L., Byker Shanks, C., Roth, A., Bark, K. (2016). Montana Cook Fresh Pilot Workshop: A K-12 School Nutrition Professional Training to Incorporate Whole Foods in School Meals. The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management. 

 

Carmen Byker-Shanks

  • Stephens L., Byker Shanks, C., Roth, A., Bark, K. (2016). Montana Cook Fresh Pilot Workshop: A K-12 School Nutrition Professional Training to Incorporate Whole Foods in School Meals. The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management. 

  • Pinard, C.A., Byker Shanks, C., Harden, S., Yaroch, A. (2016). An Integrative Literature Review of Small Food Store Research Across Urban and Rural Communities in the U.S. Journal of Preventative Medicine. 

  • Stephens, L., Byker Shanks, C. (2015). K-12 School Food Service Staff Training Interventions: A Review of the Literature. Journal of School Health.
  • Bates, K., Byker Shanks, C. (2015). Placement of a Take-Out Container During Meal Influences Energy Intake. Eating Behaviors.
  • Calancie, L., Leeman, J., Jilcott-Pitts, S., Kettel-Kahn, L., Evenson, K., Fleischhacker, S., Evenson, K., Schreiner, M., Byker, C., Owens, C., McGuirt, J., Barnidge, E., Dean, W., Johnson, D., Kolodinsky, J., Pitch, E., Pinard, C., Quinn, E., Whestone, L., & Ammerman, A. (2015). Nutrition-related Policy and Environmental Strategies to Prevent Obesity in Rural Communities: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Preventing Chronic Disease. 
  • Stephens, L., Byker Shanks, C., Roth, A., Bark, K.(2015). Perspectives and Future Directions from Montana School Food Service Managers and Key Stakeholders about Fresh, Whole Foods after Implementation of the Updated National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and School Breakfast Program (SBP) Guidelines The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management. 
  • Smith, T., Pinard, C., Byker, C., Yaroch, A., Blanck, H. (2015). Fruit and Vegetables as a Healthier Snack Throughout the Day Among Families with Older Children: Findings from a Survey of Parent-Child Dyads. Eating Behaviors.
  • Jenkins M., Byker Shanks C., & Houghtaling B. (2015). Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potato: Successes and Remaining Challenges of the Introduction of a Nutritionally Superior Staple Crop in Mozambique. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 

 

Kalli Decker

 

Anna Elliot

 

Alison Harmon 

 

  • Harmon, A.H., Kara Landolfi, Carmen Byker-Shanks ,Leanna Hansen, Laura Iverson, Melody Anacker, Food Insecurity Experience:  Building Empathy in Future Food and Nutrition Professionals. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.  March 8, 2017. https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1UgnC5KxDNXvXI

 

Dan Heil

Rebecca Koltz

  • Koltz, R., Tarabochia, D., Wathen, C., Koltz, D., Cuyle, N., Foote, A., & Volkman, A. (2016), Living well into later years: A psychoeducational support group. VISTAS 1(15). https://www.counseling.org/knowledge-center/vistas 

  • Meekums, B., Wathen, C., & Koltz, R. (2016) Technology as a bridge: Developing intercultural understanding through a counseling student video conference. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling  doi: 10.1080/03069885.2015.1135875

  • Nelson, M., Tarabochia, D., & Koltz, R. (2015) PACES: A model of student well-being. Journal of School Counseling 13(19). Retrieved from http://jsc.montana.edu/articles/v13n19.pdf 

  • Smith, A. & Koltz, R. (2015). Supervision of School Counseling Students A Focus on Personal Growth, Wellness and Development. The Journal of School Counseling 13(2).  Retrieved from http://jsc.montana.edu/articles/v13n2.pdf 

 

Mary Miles 

  • Miles, M.P. (2015). Nutrition, Exercise, and Immunology. In Rawson, E.S. and Volpe, S.L. (Eds.), Nutrition for Elite Athletes (pp. 227-248). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

 

Mark Nelson

 

Elizabeth Rink

  • Elizabeth Rink, Michael P. Anastario, Kris FourStar, "Perceived Level of Relationship Commitment, Sexual Risk Taking and Condom Use Among American Indian Men," Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.

 

Aubree Roth

  • Stephens L., Byker Shanks, C., Roth, A., Bark, K. (2016). Montana Cook Fresh Pilot Workshop: A K-12 School Nutrition Professional Training to Incorporate Whole Foods in School Meals. The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management. 

 

Mark Schure

  

Craig Stewart

 

Dawn Tarabochia

 

J. Mitch Vaterlaus

Cristen Wathen

  • Meekums, B., Wathen, C., & Koltz, R. (2016) Technology as a bridge: Developing intercultural understanding through a counseling student video conference. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling  doi: 10.1080/03069885.2015.1135875

  • Koltz, R., Tarabochia, D., Wathen, C., Koltz, D., Cuyle, N., Foote, A., & Volkman, A. (2016), Living well into later years: A psycho-educational support group. VISTAS 1(15). https://www.counseling.org/knowledge-center/vistas 

  • Bohecker, L., Vereen, L., Wells, P. & Wathen, C. (2016).  A mindfulness experiential small group: A study to explore ambiguity. Accepted by Counselor Education and Supervision on August 17, 2015.  Tentative publication date March 2016. (equal participation by both Wells & Wathen).

  • Bateman, J., & Wathen, C. (2015). Understanding rape myths: A guide for counselors working with male survivors of sexual violence.  Accepted by VISTAS on August 19, 2015.  Tentative publication date Fall 2015. https://www.counseling.org/knowledge-center/vistas/by-year2/vistas-2015/docs/default-source/vistas/understanding-rape-myths

 

Education

 

 

Art Bangert

  • Bangert, A.W. & Alshari, M.F. (in press). A comparison of Saudi and United States Faculty use of information and communication technology tools. In S. Trooper (Ed). Handbook of Research on Individualism and Identity in the Globalized Digital Age. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

  • Dunkel, F.V., Hansen, L.M., Halvorson, S.J., & Bangert, A.W. (in press). Women’s perceptions of health, quality of life, and malaria management  in kakamega county, western province, Kenya. GeoJournal.

  • Lux, N.J., Bangert, A., McGeehan, M., Will-Dubyak, K., Watson, R. (2015). The Influence of Class Sets of Mobile Devices on Student Learning. In Liu, L. & Gibson, D.C. (Eds.), Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2015 (pp. 113-120). Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education.

 

Michael Brody

  • Obery, Amanda & Michael Brody, (2015), New Ways to View Complex Landscapes: A review of The Atlas of Yellowstone, International Journal of Science and Social Studies, vol. 2, no. 1, 3pp.

 

Jioanna Carjuzaa

  • Henderson, D., Carjuzaa, J., & Ruff, W.G. (2015). Reconciling leadership paradigms: Authenticity as practiced by American Indian school leaders. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 17(1) 211-231

  • Henderson, D, Ruff, W.G. & Carjuzaa, J. (2015). Social justice leadership for American Indian sovereignty: A model for principal preparation. Journal of Education and Social Justice, 4(1)

  • Carjuzaa, J., Ruff, W.G., & Henderson, D. (2015). Promoting social justice through the Indian leadership education and development (ILEAD) Ed.D. program. In V. Stead (Ed.), The Ed.D. as a force for social justice and community leadership, Vol. 5, Equity in Higher Education Theory, Policy, & Praxis series. New York: The Peter Lang Publishing Group. 
  • Carjuzaa, J. & Kellough, R. D.  (2016). Teaching in the middle and secondary schools (11th edition). Pearson Professional  & Career Publishing, Upper Saddle River, N. J  ISBN: 0-13-406922-6. 
  • Carjuzaa, J. (2015). Instructor’s manual to accompany: Teaching in the middle and secondary schools (11th edition).     Pearson Professional & Career Publishing, Upper Saddle River, N. J. 

 

Jayne Downey

  • Sullivan, S., & Downey, J. (2015). Shifting educational paradigms: From traditional to competency-based education for diverse learners.  American Secondary Education, 43, 3, 4-19.

 

Ann Ewbank

  • Ewbank, A. (2016). Mentoring students in CPED-influenced doctoral programs. In J. A. Perry (Ed.) The Ed.D. and Scholarly Practitioners: The CPED Path, 65-77Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

  • Ewbank, A., Masland, J.T., & Zabriskie, C. (2016). Library issues at the federal level: An introduction to ALA’s Washington Office and the Committee on Legislation. Political Librarian, 2(1), 11-16. http://openscholarship.wustl.edu/pollib/vol2/iss1/1/

  • Ewbank, A. & Kwon, J. (2015). School Library Advocacy Literature in the United States: An Exploratory Content Analysis. Library and Information Science Research 37(3), 236-243.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lisr.2015.04.005.

  • Ewbank, A. (2015). Library Advocacy Through Twitter: A Social Media Analysis of #savelibraries and #getESEAright. School Libraries Worldwide, 21(2), 26-38. 

  • Ewbank, A. (2015). Union-Active School Librarians and School Library Advocacy: A Modified Case Study of the British Columbia Teacher-Librarians’ Association and the British Columbia Teachers’ Federation. School Library Research, 18. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/aasl/sites/ala.org.aasl/files/content/aaslpubsandjournals/slr/vol18/SLR_UnionActiveSchoolLib_V18.pdf

 

Lynn Kelting-Gibson

  • Green, J.L., Schmitt-Wilson, S., Versland, T., Kelting-Gibson, L., & Nollmeyer, G. (Accepted 03 April, 2016). Teachers and data literacy: A blueprint for professional development to foster data driven decision making. Journal of Continuing Education and Professional Development. Published with open access at www.uscip.us.

  • Kelting-Gibson, L. M., & Lockhart, M. (2015).  Importance of authenticity to college students. In Pec, S. S. (Ed.), Learning with and from students: Twenty examples (pp. 42-47). Stuyvesant Falls, NY: Rapid Intellect Group.

 

David Henderson

  • Henderson, D, Ruff, W.G. & Carjuzaa, J. (2015). Social justice leadership for American Indian sovereignty: A model for principal preparation. Journal of Education and Social Justice, 4(1)

  • Henderson, D., Carjuzaa, J., & Ruff, W.G. (2015). Reconciling leadership paradigms: Authenticity as practiced by American Indian school leaders. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 17(1) 211-231

  • Carjuzaa, J., Ruff, W.G., & Henderson, D. (2015). Promoting social justice through the Indian leadership education and development (ILEAD) Ed.D. program. In V. Stead (Ed.), The Ed.D. as a force for social justice and community leadership, Vol. 5, Equity in Higher Education Theory, Policy, & Praxis series. New York: The Peter Lang Publishing Group. 

 

Marilyn Lockhart 

  • Kelting-Gibson, L. M., & Lockhart, M. (2015).  Importance of authenticity to college students. In Pec, S. S. (Ed.), Learning with and from students: Twenty examples (pp. 42-47). Stuyvesant Falls, NY: Rapid Intellect Group.

 

Nicholas Lux

  • Lux, N.J., Bangert, A., McGeehan, M., Will-Dubyak, K., Watson, R. (2015). The Influence of Class Sets of Mobile Devices on Student Learning. In Liu, L. & Gibson, D.C. (Eds.), Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2015 (pp. 113-120). Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education.

 

Carrie Myers 

 

Christine Rogers-Stanton

  • Stanton, C. R. (2015). Beyond the margins: Evaluating the support for multicultural education within teachers’ editions of U.S. history textbooks. Multicultural Perspectives, 17(4), 180-189, doi: 10.1080/15210960.2015.1079491.

 

William Ruff

  • Gieselmann, S. & Ruff, W.G. (2015).Pursuing a vision on which there is disagreement. In Ivory, G. , Hyle,A., McClellan, R. & Acker-Hocevar, M. Quandaries of the Small-District Superintendency,  pp 19-33. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Education

  • Henderson, D., Carjuzaa, J., & Ruff, W.G. (2015). Reconciling leadership paradigms: Authenticity as practiced by American Indian school leaders. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 17(1) 211-231

  • Henderson, D, Ruff, W.G. & Carjuzaa, J. (2015). Social justice leadership for American Indian sovereignty: A model for principal preparation. Journal of Education and Social Justice, 4(1)

  • Carjuzaa, J., Ruff, W.G., & Henderson, D. (2015). Promoting social justice through the Indian leadership education and development (ILEAD) Ed.D. program. In V. Stead (Ed.), The Ed.D. as a force for social justice and community leadership, Vol. 5, Equity in Higher Education Theory, Policy, & Praxis series. New York: The Peter Lang Publishing Group. 

 

Sara Schmitt-Wilson

  • Schmitt-Wilson, S. & Faas, C.  (2016). Alignment of Educational and Occupational Expectations Influences on Young Adult Educational Attainment, Income, and Underemployment.  Social Science Quarterly

  • Green, J.L., Schmitt-Wilson, S., Versland, T., Kelting-Gibson, L., & Nollmeyer, G. (Accepted 03 April, 2016). Teachers and data literacy: A blueprint for professional development to foster data driven decision making. Journal of Continuing Education and Professional Development. Published with open access at www.uscip.us.

 

Tricia Seifert

  • Seifert, T., Perozzi, B., & Li, W. (forthcoming). Two sides of the coin: Educational pathways and professional learning. In K. Osfield, B. Perozzi, L. Bardill Moscaritolo, & R. Shea (Eds.), Internationalizing student affairs and services: Providing support to students globally in higher education. Washington, DC: NASPA. 

  • Seifert, T. (2015). What’s so funny about peace, love and understanding? Or why higher education is finally talking about faith, belief, meaning and purpose (pp. 58-80). In J. Small (Ed.), Making meaning: Embracing spirituality, faith, religion, and life purpose in student affairs. Washington DC: ACPA Books and Media. 
  • Seifert, T., Perozzi, B., & *Li, W. (2015). Issues and challenges in student affairs and services work: A comparison of perspectives from Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. JANZSSA: Journal of the Australia and New Zealand Student, 45, 41-51. 
  • Stewart, J.G., Seifert, T., & Rolheiser, C. (2015). Anxiety and self-efficacy’s relationship with undergraduate students’ perceptions of the use of metacognitive writing strategies. Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 6(1), Article 4.

  

Tena Versland

  • Green, J.L., Schmitt-Wilson, S., Versland, T., Kelting-Gibson, L., & Nollmeyer, G. (Accepted 03 April, 2016). Teachers and data literacy: A blueprint for professional development to foster data driven decision making. Journal of Continuing Education and Professional Development. Published with open access at www.uscip.us.

  • Versland, T. (2015) Exploring Self-Efficacy in Education Leadership Programs: What Makes the Difference?  Journal of Research on Leadership Education.http://jrl.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/12/20/1942775115618503.full.pdf+html

 

Sweeney Windchief

  • Grande, S.,  San Pedro, T.,  & Windchief, S., (2015) 21st Century Indigenous Identity Location: Remembrance, Reclamation, and Regeneration. In D. Koslow & L. Salett (Eds.). Multicultural Perspectives on Race, Ethnicity and Identity. Washington, D.C.: NASW Press. 
  • Windchief, S., Joseph, D., (2015) The Act of Claiming Higher Education as Indigenous Space: American Indian/Alaska Native Examples. Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 9 (4), 267 – 282. DOI:10.1080/15595692.2015.1048853. Estimated publication date - 30 Sep 2015 (Online) , 20 Oct 2015 (Print) 
  • Windchief, S. (2015) Stepping Up: Tribal College Leadership and the Ed.D. Program. In Virginia Stead (Eds.) The Education Doctorate (Ed.D.): Issues of Access, Diversity, Social Justice, and Community Leadership Vol. 5 (Ch. 26). New York, NY: Peter Lang. 

 

 

Melody Anacker,