Jonathan Preszler, graduate student, and G. Leonard Burns, professor, psychology, coauthored “Trait and State Variance in Oppositional Defiant Disorder Symptoms: A Multi-Source Investigation With Spanish Children” in Assessment.
Burns also coauthored “Can Sluggish Cognitive Tempo Be Distinguished From ADHD Inattention in Very Young Children? Evidence From a Sample of Korean Preschool Children” in Journal of Attention Disorders.
Alex Spradlin and Dakota Mauzay, graduate students, and Carrie Cuttler, clinical assistant professor, psychology, coauthored “Devils, witches, and psychics: The role of thought-action fusion in the relationships between obsessive-compulsive features, religiosity, and paranormal beliefs” in Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders.
Ursula Mazur, and Kerry Hipps, professors, and Morteza Adinehnia, Bryan Borders, Michael Ruf, and Bhaskar Chilukuri, graduate students, chemistry, coauthored “Comprehensive structure–function correlation of photoactive ionic-conjugated supermolecular assemblies: an experimental and computational study” in Journal of Materials Chemistry C, and earned the journal’s “Hot Papers” distinction.
The WSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble, directed by Danh Pham, assistant professor, music, presented an invited performance at the Western International Band Clinic in Seattle, which featured members of the WSU Faculty Brass Quintet and Shannon Scott, assistant professor, on clarinet.
Matthew Tatz, Anthony “A.J.” Achille, and Frankie Bones, graduate students, music won top awards in the statewide Music Teachers National Association competition. Tatz took first place and Achille was named alternate in the Brass Performance Division; Tatz will compete in the Northwest Regional MTNA competition in January. Bones was named alternate in the Piano Division.
Vilma Navarro-Daniels, associate professor, and Maria Serenella Previto, clinical associate professor, foreign languages and cultures, presented at the 26th International Conference of the International Association of Hispanic Women Literature and Culture at the University of Houston, Texas. Navarro-Daniels presented “Dominga Sotomayor Castillo’s De jueves a domingo: Crossing Borders Between the Public and the Private or the Travel to Nowhere of a Country Named Chile,” which is forthcoming in Letras Hispanas; Previto presented “Ana María del Río’s Short Fiction: Crossing Borders Between the Erotic and the Politic.” Navarro-Daniels also presented an invited lecture about her research at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, San Joaquín, in Santiago, Chile.