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Annual Institutional Profile Report Fall 2014

September, 2014

Annual Institutional Profile of Montclair State University, 2014

PREFACE Now in its second century, Montclair State University has earned a national reputation for excellence and innovation. The University offers a broad array of undergraduate and graduate programs in the liberal arts and sciences, as well as in professional fields in business, the arts, and education. Recent recognition of the University’s quality has come from Forbes Magazine, which again recognized Montclair State University as one of the top public post-secondary institutions in New Jersey. Montclair State is currently in a period of significant growth and development with enrollments of over 20,000 students, new programs, new faculty, and expanding physical facilities. As the University enters its second century, it takes pride in its rich history of bold educational innovation, inspired teaching, and vital service to the state. Institutional Mission Montclair State University is committed to serving the educational needs of New Jersey with programs characterized by academic rigor and currency in the development of knowledge and its applications. The University will offer a comprehensive range of baccalaureate, master’s and certificate programs and a focused portfolio of doctoral programs that are closely aligned with the University’s academic strengths and the needs of the state. The University will recruit faculty with exceptional academic or professional credentials and a deep commitment to the pursuit of their development as teachers and scholars. The University will admit to study with this faculty, students who have demonstrated the potential for high achievement, diligence in the pursuit of their education, and high aspirations for using their education. The University will be inexorably committed to the maintenance of a learning community that is deeply and broadly reflective of the diverse population of New Jersey. All University programs will develop in students the ability to discover, create, evaluate, apply, and share knowledge in a climate characterized by tolerance and openness in the exploration of ideas. Curricular and co-curricular programs will cultivate the ability to think critically, to act ethically, and to become informed citizen-participants prepared to assume leadership roles in a democracy. Recognizing the increasing connectedness of the world, the University will ensure that all students develop an understanding of global issues and of their responsibilities as citizens of the world. The University will serve as a center for the creation of new knowledge and for the development of innovative applications of existing knowledge and as a center for pedagogical and artistic excellence and creativity. The University seeks to focus the professional activities of its faculty and the educational endeavors of its students on the enduring disciplines that will continue to constitute the knowledge base of an educated citizenry in the 21st century, as well as on the more specific and changing areas of study that have particular relevance to the region served by the University.

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The University will play a role beyond the campus community, partnering and collaborating at the local, state, national and international levels to make positive contributions to addressing issues of importance to society, to enable students to experience their ability to use knowledge in constructive ways in the world, and to share the rich array of intellectual and cultural resources of the University with the people of New Jersey.

_____________________________________________ Dr. Susan A. Cole President Montclair State University  

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I. TABLE OF CONTENTS II. Data by Category ............................................................................................................................. 1 SECTION A: Accreditation Status ............................................................................................. 1 SECTION B: Number of Students Served

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SECTION C: Characteristics of Undergraduate Students ...................................................... 5 SECTION D: Student Outcomes ............................................................................................... 11 SECTION E: Faculty Characteristics ......................................................................................... 14 SECTION F: Characteristics of the Trustees............................................................................ 16 SECTION G: A Profile of the Institution ................................................................................. 17 SECTION H: Major Research and Public Service Activities.................................................. 21 SECTION I: Major Capital Projects........................................................................................... 62 Appendix 1: Economic Impact Report Appendix 2: University Authors, 2014

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II. DATA BY CATEGORY A. Accreditation Status Montclair State University is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Programs leading to a degree or certificate (not certification) are approved by the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education of the State of New Jersey. Programs leading to certification are approved by the New Jersey Department of Education using the standards of the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification. Other academic accreditations include: • National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) ─ for programs preparing elementary and secondary school teachers, as well as administrative and school service personnel • AACSB International ─ The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (baccalaureate and graduate degree programs in business, School of Business) • Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (Athletic Training major, BS, Department of Exercise Science and Physical Education, College of Education and Human Services) • Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (Didactic Program in Dietetics, Baccalaureate level; Dietetic Internship, Department of Health and Nutrition Sciences) • Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) (Computer Science major, concentration in Professional Computing, BS, Department of Computer Science, College of Science and Mathematics) • Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs (CACREP) – Counseling, M.A. • Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA). CAA has accredited the M.A. concentration in Speech-Language Pathology; and the doctoral program in Audiology (ScD) in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, College of Humanities and Social Sciences • National Association of Schools of Art and Design (Fine Arts major, concentrations in Art History, Fine Arts Education, Studio, BA; Fine Arts/Studio major and concentrations in Industrial Design and in Filmmaking, BFA; Fine Arts major, concentration in Studio, MA; Studio Art major, MFA, Department of Art and Design, College of the Arts) • National Association of Schools of Dance (Dance major and concentration in Musical Theatre, BFA, Department of Theatre and Dance, College of the Arts) 1

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• National Association of Schools of Music (Music Therapy major, BA; Music major, concentrations in Musical Theatre, Performance, Theory/Composition, BMus; Music major, concentrations in Music Education, Music Therapy, Performance, and Theory/Composition, MA, John J. Cali School of Music, College of the Arts) • National Association of Schools of Theatre (Theatre major with concentrations in Acting and in Production/Design, BFA; Theatre major with concentrations in Arts Management, Production/Stage Management, and Theatre Studies, MA, Department of Theatre and Dance, School of the Arts) Program approvals include: 



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American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD)/American Association for Health Education (AAHE): Health Education major, BS, initial teacher certification, P-12 American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD)/National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE): Physical Education major, BS, initial teacher certification, P-12 American Bar Association: Justice Studies major, Paralegal Studies concentration, BA. Paralegal Studies minor; Post-baccalaureate Certificate Program in Paralegal Studies American Chemical Society: Biochemistry major, BS; Chemistry major, BS. Chemistry minor; Chemistry major, MS; Chemistry major, Biochemistry concentration, MS American Music Therapy Association: Music Therapy major, BA; Music major, concentration in Music Therapy, MA Council for Exceptional Children: Early Childhood Special Education major, MEd; Learning Disabilities major, MEd; Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant, post-master’s certification; Communication Sciences and Disorders major, concentration in SpeechLanguage Pathology, MA Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC): Educational Leadership major, MA International Reading Association (IRA): Reading major, MA; Reading Specialist, postbaccalaureate educational services certification, P-12 National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC): Family and Child Studies major, concentration in Early Childhood, BA, initial teacher certification, P-3 National Association for Music Therapy: Music Therapy major, BA National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS): Anthropology major, BA, initial teacher certification, P-12; History major, BA, initial teacher certification, P-12; Political Science major, BA, initial teacher certification, P-12; Sociology major, BA, initial teacher certification, P-12; Geography major, BA, initial teacher certification, P-12; Economics major, BA, initial teacher certification, P-12; Social Studies, MAT, initial teacher certification, P-12; Social Studies, post-baccalaureate teacher certification, P-12 National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE): English major, BA, initial teacher certification, 6-12; English, MAT, initial teacher certification, 6-12; English, postbaccalaureate teacher certification, 6-12

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National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM): Mathematics major (BS), initial teacher certification, 6-12; Mathematics, MAT, initial teacher certification, 6-12; Mathematics, post-baccalaureate teacher certification, 6-12 Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL): Linguistics major BA, initial teacher certification, P-12; Teaching English as a Second Language, MAT, initial teacher certification, P-12; Teaching English as a Second Language, post-baccalaureate teacher certification, P-12

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B. Number of Students Served Fall 2013 Undergraduates In fall 2013, 15,431 undergraduates enrolled at Montclair State University (see Table II.B.1). This headcount was up 30.6% from fall 2004, and up 6.9% from fall 2012. Table II.B.1: Undergraduate Enrollment by Attendance Status, Fall 2013 Number Percent Full-time 13,356 86.6% Part-time 2,075 13.4% Total 15,431 100.0% The proportion of undergraduates studying full-time also rose over the 10-year period. The percent of undergraduates enrolled full-time increased nearly 6 percentage points, from 80.7% in fall 2004 to 86.6% in fall 2013. Fall 2013 Graduate Students Montclair State University enrolled 4,033 graduate students in fall 2013 (see Table II.B.2). This graduate student headcount was up 2.1% from fall 2012, and 5.6% from fall 2004.

Full-time Part-time Total

Table II.B.2: Graduate Enrollment by Attendance Status, Fall 2013 Number Percent 1,346 33.4% 2,687 66.6% 4,033 100.0%

The proportion of graduate students studying full-time was higher than 10 years earlier. The percent of graduate students enrolled full-time rose nearly 12 percentage points, from 21.8% in fall 2004 to 33.4% in fall 2013. FY13 (12-Month) Unduplicated Enrollments While most students are admitted and enroll at the beginning of each academic year, thousands of additional students enroll during the University’s other sessions that run in the winter, spring, and summer. During FY13, nearly 22,000 students attended MSU during one or more of its academic sessions (see Table II.B.4). Table II.B.4: Unduplicated Enrollment, FY13 (IPEDS 12-Month) Headcount Credit Hours FTE Undergraduate 16,649 415,712 13,857 Graduate 4,991 58,071 2,420 Professional Practice 38 1,244 52 Total 21,678 475,027 16,329 4

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C. Characteristics of Undergraduate Students Fall 2013 Freshmen A total of 13,012 individuals applied for admission as first-time freshmen to Montclair State University in fall 2013, up 48% from fall 2004. The University admitted 65.3% of these applicants, and 3,040 of those who were admitted to the University enrolled as freshmen for a yield of 35.8%. The fall 2013 admissions yield was approximately 4.7 percentage points lower than in fall 2004. Fall 2013 freshmen entered MSU as either regular admits, special admits, or students admitted through the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) program. By admitting students using different admissions categories, the University fulfilled the hopes and aspirations of more of its applicants. Of MSU’s 3,040 first-time freshmen, 92.7% were Regular Admits, 4.1% were admitted through the EOF program, and 3.2% were Special Admits (see Table II.C.1). Table II.C.1 contains information on the average SAT scores of MSU’s fall 2013 enrolled full-time (N=3,023) and part-time (N=10) first-time freshmen. It should be noted that the full-time, first-time freshman population (3,023) differs slightly from the cohort of full-time, first-time undergraduates (3,030) that we will track for Federal reporting purposes using the IPEDS Graduation Rate Survey (GRS). The IPEDS cohort also includes full-time, first-time students who are admitted above the freshman level because of advanced placement credits. TABLE II.C.1: Mean Math, Reading & Writing SAT for First-Time Freshmen, by Admission Status and Overall, Fall 2013 Full-Time Part-Time Type Number Math Read Write Number Math Read Write Regular

2,695

500

480

487

9

477

461

466

EOF

123

450

414

418

0

--

--

--

Special

89

476

440

449

0

--

--

--

2,907

497

476

483

9

477

461

466

116

--

--

--

1

--

--

--

All Missing

In fall 2013, Montclair State University used the College Board’s suite of Accuplacer tests to assess college readiness in elementary algebra. Incoming freshmen whose SAT-Math scores were below 550, or who failed to attain at least a B- score in Algebra II in high school, were required to take the Accuplacer elementary algebra portion of Accuplacer.

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Between 2007 and 2013, the number of undergraduates enrolled in one or more remedial courses declined 69%, while the number of full-time, first-time students in remediation declined 65%. Table II.C.2: Enrollment in Remedial Courses, Fall 2013 Number of Students Enrolled in One or More Remedial Courses 432

Percent of Total 2.8%

Total Number of Full-time, First-time Students 3,030

Number of FTFT Students Enrolled in One or More Remedial Courses 371

Percent of FTFT Students Enrolled in One or More Remedial Course 12.2%

Remedial Subject Area Reading Writing Math Computation Elementary Algebra

Number of FTFT Students Enrolled in 0 0 0 371

Percent of FTFT Students Enrolled in 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 12.2%

Total Fall 2013 Undergraduate Enrollment 15,431

A CIRP survey administered to fall 2013 first-time freshmen revealed that 88% considered MSU their first or second choice among colleges. The survey also revealed that the top three reasons freshmen chose MSU were: a) its good academic reputation (57%), b) its affordability (53%), and c) its good reputation for social activities (47%). The profile of the fall 2013 entering class reflects the continuing commitment of the University to an ethnically and racially diverse student body. Excluding unknowns, 10.7% of first-time undergraduates identified themselves as African American, 6.3% as Asian, 24.9% as Latino/a, and 1.6% as nonresident aliens. Over 62% of first-time undergraduates were female. Fall 2013 Undergraduates In fall 2013, a total of 19,464 students attended Montclair State University. Of this total, 15,431 (or 79.3% of all enrollees) were registered as undergraduates. The number of undergraduates attending the University rose 9% between fall 2009 and fall 2013. Nearly 87% of fall 2013 undergraduates attended the University full-time, up approximately 1 percentage point from fall 2009. MSU’s undergraduates were racially/ethnically diverse. Excluding unknowns, 25.5% of undergraduates identified themselves as Latino/a, 10.2% as African American, 5.8% as Asian, 51.8% White, and 2.6% non-resident aliens (see Table II.C.3.a).

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TABLE II.C.3.a: Undergraduate Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity, Fall 2013 Full-time Number Percent

Part-time Number Percent

Total Number Percent

Native Amer.

5

0.0%

2

0.1%

7

0.0%

African Amer.

1,229

9.2%

200

9.6%

1,429

9.3%

718

5.4%

118

5.7%

836

5.4%

Latino/a

3,102

23.2%

463

22.3%

3,565

23.1%

White

6,316

47.3%

918

44.2%

7,234

46.9%

Non-Res. Alien

305

2.3%

53

2.6%

358

2.3%

Unknown

1,681

12.6%

321

15.5%

2,002

13.0%

Total

13,356

100.0%

2,075

100.0%

15,431

100.0%

Asian

In fall 2013, 61% of all undergraduates were female, and the average age of the undergraduate population was 21.98 years (see Tables II.C.3.b and II.C.3.c). TABLE II.C.3.b: Undergraduate Enrollment by Sex, Fall 2013 Full-time Number Percent

Part-time Number Percent

Total Number Percent

Female

8,197

61.4%

1,212

58.4%

9,409

61.0%

Male

5,159

38.6%

863

41.6%

6,022

39.0%

Total

13,356

100.0%

2,075

100.0%

15,431

100.0%

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TABLE II.C.3.c: Undergraduate Enrollment by Age, Fall 2013 Full-time Number Percent Less than 18

Part-time Number Percent

Total Number Percent

23

0.2%

33

1.6%

56

0.4%

18-19

4,636

34.7%

46

2.2%

4,682

30.3%

20-21

4,814

36.0%

197

9.5%

5,011

32.5%

22-24

2,784

20.8%

788

38.0%

3,572

23.1%

25-29

736

5.5%

423

20.4%

1,159

7.5%

30-34

181

1.4%

205

9.9%

386

2.5%

35-39

73

0.5%

123

5.9%

196

1.3%

40-49

78

0.6%

163

7.9%

241

1.6%

50-64

31

0.2%

87

4.2%

118

0.8%

More than 64

0

0.0%

10

0.5%

10

0.1%

Unknown

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

13,356

100.0%

2,075

100.0%

15,431

100.0%

Total

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During AY12-13, MSU’s undergraduates received financial aid from Federal, State, University, and private sources. Aid took multiple forms, from grants and scholarships, through loans and waivers. For those who needed financial assistance, the MSU Alumni Association and the MSU Foundation sponsored a number of scholarships, and special MSU program awards were substantial, amounting to nearly $4.5 million during AY11-12. During the same fiscal year, Federal grants, loans, and workstudy programs amounted to over $102 million. MSU distributed an additional $25.2 million in state-funded financial aid during AY12-13, including both scholarships and NJCLASS loans (see Table II.C.4). A total of 5,158 awards were made to MSU students, including 3,876 TAG Awards, 456 NJCLASS Loans, and 664 EOF Awards. Table II.C.4: Financial Aid from Federal, State & Institution-Funded Programs, AY12-13

STATE PROGRAMS TAG EOF Distinguished Scholars Urban Scholars NJCLASS Loans NJ Stars OSRP FEDERAL PROGRAMS Pell Grants College Work Study Perkins Loans SEOG Stafford Loans (Subsidized) Stafford Loans (Unsubsidized) PLUS Loans SMART & ACG or other INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAMS Grants/Scholarships Loans

Recipients

$ Dollars

$/Recipient

3,876 664 28 30 456 104 0

$18,940,000 $773,000 $26,000 $27,000 $4,990,000 $424,000 $0

$4,886 $1,164 $929 $900 $10,943 $4,077 $0

5,812 450 461 495

$23,744,000 $477,000 $666,000 $698,000

$4,085 $1,060 $1,445 $1,410

7,986

$33,010,000

$4,133

8,375

$32,358,000

$3,864

897 0

$11,467,000 $0

$12,784 $0

961 0

$4,479,000 $0

$4,661 $0

Of MSU’s 3,040 full-time, first-time undergraduates who entered in fall 2013, 96% were New Jersey residents (see Table II.C.5). Most were from Bergen (500), Passaic (362), and Essex (351) counties.

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Table II.C.5: Full-time, First-Time Student Enrollment by State of Residence, Fall 2013 State Residents

Non-State Residents

Total Students

% State Residents

2,928

112

3,040

96.3%

Fall 2013 Graduate Students Of the 19,464 students who attended Montclair State University in fall 2013, 4,033 (20.7%) were graduate students. Graduate student enrollment was essential unchanged between fall 2009 (4,032) and fall 2013 (4,033). Most graduate students (67%) attended MSU part-time, taking fewer than nine credits per semester. Seventy-two percent of fall 2013 graduate students were female, and the average age of the graduate student population was 31.47 years. Excluding unknowns, 10% of graduate students identified themselves as African American, 5% as Asian, 15% as Latino/a, 64% as White, and 5% as nonresident aliens. Nearly 92% of MSU’s graduate students are New Jersey residents.

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D. Student Outcomes Over 63% of all full-time, first-time freshmen who entered MSU in the fall of 2007 earned a degree within six years of entry (see Table II.D.1.a). One deceased student is excluded from calculations. TABLE II.D.1.a: Four-, Five-, and Six-Year Graduation Rates of Fall 2007 Full-Time, First-Time Freshmen by Race/Ethnicity Graduated in 4 Years Number Percent

Graduated in 5 Years Number Percent

Graduated in 6 Years Number Percent

African Amer. Cohort=181 56 30.9% 97 53.6% 111 61.3% Asian Cohort=136 51 37.5% 89 65.4% 93 68.4% Latino/a Cohort=446 116 26.0% 225 50.4% 257 57.6% White Cohort=1,174 447 38.1% 710 60.5% 763 65.0% Non-Res. Alien Cohort=23 9 39.1% 13 56.5% 15 65.2% Other* Cohort=108 32 29.6% 63 58.3% 72 66.7% Total** Cohort=2,068 711 34.4% 1,197 57.9% 1,311 63.4% * Includes Native American and Unknown Race/Ethnicity. **One deceased student excluded. Nearly 96% of all full-time, first-time undergraduates who entered MSU in fall 2012 re-enrolled in spring 2013, and 86.0% returned in fall 2013 (see Table II.D.2). TABLE II.D.2: Third-Semester Retention of First-Time Undergraduates, Fall 2012 to 2013 Original Cohort Number

Retained Number Percent

Not Retained Number Percent

Full-time

2,202

1,894

86.0%

308

14.0%

Part-time

14

8

57.1%

6

42.9%

2,216

1,902

85.8%

314

14.2%

Total

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Transfer Student Outcomes Of the 1,061 students who entered MSU as full-time transfer students in fall 2007, 53% earned their degrees within three years, 67% earned degrees within four years, and 75% earned degrees within six years. The one-year retention rate for full-time transfer students who entered in fall 2012 was 84%. Other Student Outcomes Using data from the National Student Clearinghouse, 31,097 alumni who earned Bachelor’s degrees over a 13-year period were tracked to determine how many had furthered their education by enrolling in graduate school. The analysis revealed that 11,271 (36%) of these alumni continued their formal education, and of those who continued their education, 4,534 (40%) earned graduate degrees, including 391 doctorates and 4,143 Master’s degrees. A recent survey of alumni conducted one year from graduation revealed that 88% of Bachelor’s degree recipients were gainfully employed. A majority (89%) of employed alumni said they worked in New Jersey, thus contributing to the State’s economy. Over 70% said they held jobs that were related to their MSU majors. Montclair State University participates in the Voluntary System of Accountability (VSA) that is cosponsored by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) with support from the Lumina Foundation. As indicated on the VSA web site (www.voluntarysystem.org) “The Voluntary System of Accountability is an initiative by public 4-year universities to supply basic, comparable information on the undergraduate student experience to prospective students, families, and other higher education stakeholders through a common web report – the College Portrait.” MSU is one of only four institutions in New Jersey that voluntarily share information about student outcomes to all interested parties, clearly demonstrating our commitment to both data transparency and the continuous improvement of student learning outcomes. Montclair State University’s VSA College Profile can be viewed at www.collegeportraits.org by clicking on “College Portraits,” and selecting New Jersey under the “Colleges by State” tab. Local assessment efforts are led by the Committee on University Effectiveness (CUE). During the past year, CUE collected student learning outcome goals, information on assessment methods, and assessment data from academic departments related to learning in the major, and assessed student learning in general education using the Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA) instrument. The CLA was administered to freshmen and seniors during AY2013-14, and we are awaiting the final results. Earlier results from the 2010-11 administration were very positive, showing clear freshman to senior learning gains, as well as favorable performance, particularly for seniors, relative to the national data from 184 participating institutions. Faculty will closely analyze the results during the coming academic year to determine ways to improve learning in general education even further. CUE also works closely with Administrative and Student Services Divisions (Budget and Planning, Finance and Treasury, Human Resources, Information Technology, Student Development and Campus Life, University Advancement, and University Facilities) to involve them in the assessment 12

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of even broader areas of institutional effectiveness. The current focus of this effort is on achieving the 132 objectives of the University’s Strategic Plan approved in October 2011. Information on planning unit goals and objectives from every Division of the University are being collected, along with their assessment plans, methods, and results. All assessment data related to Institutional Effectiveness are being collected and stored in TracDat. CUE’s efforts are also informed by information gathered from students through the University’s participation in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory, and the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) surveys of entering freshman and exiting seniors. Faculty and staff perspectives on student outcomes are revealed through the Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE), the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) survey of faculty, and the Noel-Levitz Institutional Priorities Survey. These national surveys are supplemented with a number of local surveys of alumni, entering transfer and graduate students, and University employees (both faculty and staff).

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E. Faculty Characteristics In fall 2013, Montclair State University employed 585 full-time faculty members (see Table II.E.1). TABLE II.E.1: Full-time Faculty by Race/Ethnicity, Sex, Tenure Status, and Academic Rank, Fall 2013

Assistant

Other

Total

Professor

Associate

Assistant

Other

Total

Professor

Associate

Assistant

Other

Total

Total

Associate

Male

Professor

Female

Native Amer. Tenured Untenured

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

African Amer. Tenured Untenured

5 5 0

7 7 0

11 8 3

0 0 0

23 20 3

6 6 0

8 7 1

3 0 3

0 0 0

17 13 4

11 11 0

15 14 1

14 8 6

0 0 0

40 33 7

Asian Tenured Untenured

8 7 1

14 13 1

10 1 9

0 0 0

32 21 11

19 19 0

14 14 0

6 1 5

0 0 0

39 34 5

27 26 1

28 27 1

16 2 14

0 0 0

71 55 16

Tenured Untenured

5 4 1

9 9 0

2 1 1

5 0 5

21 14 7

5 5 0

10 9 1

3 1 2

2 0 2

20 15 5

10 9 1

19 18 1

5 2 3

7 0 7

41 29 12

Tenured Untenured

54 54 0

80 74 6

42 12 30

15 0 15

191 140 51

74 72 2

78 70 8

45 6 39

5 0 5

202 128 158 148 126 144 54 2 14

87 18 69

20 0 20

393 288 105

Non-Res. Alien Tenured Untenured

0 0 0

1 1 0

9 2 7

0 0 0

10 3 7

0 0 0

3 2 1

6 1 5

1 0 1

10 3 7

0 0 0

4 3 1

15 3 12

1 0 1

20 6 14

Missing Tenured Untenured

0 0 0

2 2 0

3 0 3

4 0 4

9 2 7

3 2 1

6 5 1

2 0 2

0 0 0

11 7 4

3 2 1

8 7 1

5 0 5

4 0 4

20 9 11

Tenured Untenured

72 70 2

113 106 7

77 24 53

24 0 24

65 9 56

8 0 8

299 179 232 142 220 174 213 33 79 5 19 109

32 0 32

585 420 165

Latino/a

White

Total

286 107 119 200 104 107 86 3 12 14

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The number of full-time faculty increased 12% from fall 2008 (N=524) to fall 2013 (N=585). From fall 2008 to fall 2013, the number of full-time male faculty members rose 8% (276 to 299), while the number of full-time female faculty members increased 15% (248 to 286). MSU’s full-time faculty was augmented by a highly-trained cadre of adjunct professors, visiting specialists, administrators, and professional staff (see Table II.F.2). Table II.E.2: Percent of Course Sections Taught By Full-Time Faculty, Fall 2013 No. of Sections

# taught by F-T Faculty

% taught by F-T Faculty

# taught by P-T Faculty

% taught by P-T Faculty

# taught by Others

% taught by Others

4,305

2,109

49.0%

1,869

43.4%

327

7.6%

Table II.E.3 shows IPEDS headcounts of fall 2013 employees in instructional titles. Note that the IPEDS headcount of full-time instructional staff (585) includes employees on paid leaves (e.g., sabbaticals), while excluding employees on unpaid leaves (i.e., not all of these 585 taught in the fall). Table II.E.3: Headcount Ratio of Full- to Part-Time Faculty, Fall 2013 Total No. of Faculty

No. Full-Time

Pct. Full-Time

No. Part-Time

Pct. Part-Time

1,689

585

34.6%

1,104

65.4%

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F. Characteristics of the Trustees 1. Race/Ethnicity and Gender of Governing Board

Male Female Total

White 10 4 14

Black 3

Hispanic

Asian

3

0

0

American Indian Non-Res Alien

0

Unknown

0

0

Total 13 4 17

2. Members of the Board of Governors and/or Trustees Name Susan L. Blount

Title Senior Vice-President and General Counsel

Affiliation Prudential Financial, Inc.

Reginald Bledsoe

Student

Montclair State University

Rose C. Cali

Education Advocate

Michael L. Carter

Mitchell E. Hersh

Managing Director Executive Vice President & Chief Scientific Officer President and CEO

Mack-Cali Realty

George J. Hiltzik Douglas L. Kennedy

Senior Executive CEO

N.S. Bienstock, Inc. Peapack Gladstone Bank

Ralph A. LaRossa

President and COO

PSE&G

Thomas Maguire

Senior Vice President

Verizon Telecom

John L. McGoldrick

Chairman of the Board

Zimmer Holdings

William T. Mullen

President

NJ State Building and Construction Trades Council AFL-CIO

Christine L. Padilla Preston D. Pinkett III

Owner and Consultant Chief Executive Officer

BIT Solutions, LLC City National Bank of New Jersey

R. Van Dyk

President and CEO

Van Dyk Health Care

Susan A. Cole, ex officio

President

Montclair State University

Anthony Fasano, ex officio

Student

Montclair State University

Francis M.C. Cuss

RBC Capital Markets Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

3. URL If your organization has a web site that includes information on your governing board, please report the URL. URL http://www.montclair.edu/board-of-trustees/

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G. A Profile of the Institution Montclair State University offered the following programs and majors at the undergraduate and graduate levels in fall 2013: FALL 2013 ACTIVE DEGREE PROGRAMS DEGREE PROGRAMS

CIP CODE*

BACHELOR OF ARTS

ANTHROPOLOGY CHILD ADVOCACY AND POLICY CLASSICS COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA ARTS COMMUNICATION STUDIES DANCE ECONOMICS ENGLISH FAMILY AND CHILD STUDIES FASHION STUDIES FINE ARTS FRENCH GENERAL HUMANITIES GEOGRAPHY GERMAN HISTORY ITALIAN JURISPRUDENCE JUSTICE STUDIES LATIN LINGUISTICS MUSIC THERAPY PHILOSOPHY POLITICAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY RELIGIOUS STUDIES SOCIOLOGY SPANISH TELEVISION AND DIGITAL MEDIA THEATRE STUDIES WOMEN'S & GENDER STUDIES

450201 440701 161201 090199 090101 131324 450601 230101 190101 500407 500701 160901 240103 450701 160501 540101 160902 229999 309999 161203 160102 512305 380101 451001 420101 380201 451101 160905 090701 500501 050207

ANIMATION AND ILLUSTRATION DANCE FILMMAKING FINE ARTS/STUDIO GRAPHIC DESIGN

500499 500301 500602 500701 500409

BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS

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FALL 2013 ACTIVE DEGREE PROGRAMS (cont.) DEGREE PROGRAMS

CIP CODE*

BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (CONT.)

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN MUSICAL THEATRE THEATRE

500404 500901 500501

MUSIC

500903

ACCOUNTING ATHLETIC TRAINING BIOCHEMISTRY BIOLOGY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CHEMISTRY COMPUTER SCIENCE EXERCISE SCIENCE GEOSCIENCE HEALTH EDUCATION INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MARINE BIOLOGY & COASTAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS MOLECULAR BIOLOGY NUTRITION AND FOOD SCIENCE PHYSICAL EDUCATION PHYSICS PUBLIC HEALTH SCIENCE INFORMATICS SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE

520301 510913 260202 260101 520201 400501 110101 310505 400601 131307 110103 261302 270101 260402 190501 131314 400801 512201 309999 303301

BACHELOR OF MUSIC BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

MASTER OF ARTS

APPLIED LINGUISTICS CHILD ADVOCACY AND POLICY CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY COMMUNICATION SCIENCES & DISORDERS COUNSELING EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP ENGLISH ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES EXERCISE SCIENCE & PHYSICAL EDUATION FAMILY AND CHILD STUDIES FINE ARTS FRENCH HISTORY INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCH. 18

160102 440701 422801 510201 131101 130401 230101 030103 131314 190101 500701 160901 540101 422804

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FALL 2013 ACTIVE DEGREE PROGRAMS (cont.) DEGREE PROGRAMS

CIP CODE*

MASTER OF ARTS (CONT.)

LAW AND GOVERNANCE MUSIC PSYCHOLOGY PUBLIC & ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONS READING SPANISH TEACHING MIDDLE GRADES MATHEMATICS THEATRE

229999 500901 420101 090101 131315 160905 131311 500501

TEACHING

130101

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

520201

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION LEARNING DISABILITIES SPECIAL EDUCATION

131001 131011 131001

STUDIO ART

500702

PUBLIC HEALTH

512201

ACCOUNTING BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY COMPUTER SCIENCE GEOSCIENCE MARINE BIOLOGY & COASTAL SCIENCES MATHEMATICS MOLECULAR BIOLOGY NUTRITION AND FOOD SCIENCE PHARMACEUTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY STATISTICS SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE

520301 260101 400501 110101 400601 261302 270101 260204 190501 260202 270501 303301

MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MASTER OF EDUCATION

MASTER OF FINE ARTS

MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH MASTER OF SCIENCE

DOCTOR OF AUDIOLOGY (Au.D.)

AUDIOLOGY-CLINICAL

510202

MATHEMATICS EDUCATION TEACHER EDUCATION & TEACHER DEVELOPMENT

131399

DOCTOR OF EDUCATION (Ed.D.)

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FALL 2013 ACTIVE DEGREE PROGRAMS (cont.) DEGREE PROGRAMS

CIP CODE*

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPY (Ph.D.)

COUNSELOR EDUCATION ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT FAMILY STUDIES

139999 030201 190701

AUDIOLOGY-RESEARCH

510202

DOCTOR OF SCIENCE (Sc.D.)

In addition, the following certificates were offered at the undergraduate and/or graduate level: Accounting, graduate Adolescent Advocacy, graduate Advanced Counseling, graduate American Dietetic Association, graduate Artist Diploma, graduate Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, graduate Child Advocacy, graduate and undergraduate CISCO, graduate and undergraduate Computational Linguistics, graduate Conflict Management in the Workplace, graduate Criminal Forensic Psychology, graduate Developmental Models of Autism Intervention, graduate Environmental Forensics, graduate Family/Civil Forensic Psychology, graduate Food Safety Instructor, graduate Geographic Information Science, graduate Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health, graduate Makeup Artistry, undergraduate Molecular Biology, graduate Music Therapy, graduate New Literacies, Digital Technologies, and Learning, graduate Nutrition and Exercise Science, graduate Paralegal Studies, graduate Performer’s Certificate, graduate Spanish Translation, undergraduate Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, graduate Teaching Middle Grades Mathematics, graduate Teaching Writing, graduate Translation and Interpreting in Spanish, graduate Water Resource Management, graduate

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H. Major Research and Public Service Activities Montclair State University serves the citizens of New Jersey and its local communities in numerous ways that are described more fully in Appendix 1, “Economic Impact Report 2012-13.” First and foremost, the University prepares New Jersey’s youth for successful careers and socially responsible, professionally rewarding, and personally enriching lives. The University’s faculty and staff serve as a talented, professional resource to both the State and the communities in which they reside, and the University’s facilities and programming, particularly in the arts, provide cultural enrichment to residents across New Jersey. In regards to research and external funding during the 2013-2014 academic year, faculty members continued to be actively engaged in research, scholarship, and other forms of artistic and creative expression. Montclair State faculty published over 40 books (see Appendix 2) and several hundred articles, book chapters, and reviews; faculty and students together produced exhibitions, concerts, and other performance art. In FY13, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (OSRP) reported 62 award actions, and a total awarded dollar amount of over $9 million. Agencies making the most awards to MSU faculty and staff included the National Science Foundation (14 awards), the U.S. Department of Education (5 awards), the National Aeronautics Space Agency (4 awards), the National Institutes of Health (2 awards), the U.S. Department of Defense (2 awards), and the U.S. Geological Survey (2 awards). The University’s Research and Development (R&D) expenditures declined from $5,123,000 in FY12, to $4,568,000 in FY13, or a reduction of 11%. An additional $8.4 million expended on other sponsored programs brought the FY13 total of funded expenditures to over $12.9 million, up 15% from FY12. TABLE II.H.1: R&D Expenditures, FY13 [1] Source of Funds

Amount

U.S. Federal Government

$3,410,000

State and Local Government

$73,000

Business and Non-Profit Organizations

$417,000

Institutional Funds (incl. MSU Foundation)

$668,000

Grand Total of Academic R&D Expenditures (All Disciplines and Sources)

$4,568,000

[1] Source: NSF Higher Education Research and Development Survey, FY10 to FY13.

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Expenditures on Other Sponsored Programs, FY13 Source of Funds

Amount

U.S. Federal Government

$2,202,264

State and Local Government

$4,960,753

Business and Non-Profit Organizations

$867,184

Institutional Funds

$337,708

Total of Expenditures on Sponsored Programs Other Than Research

$8,367,909

Grand Total of Expenditures on R&D and Other Sponsored Programs

$12,935,909

Montclair State University has enjoyed great success in recruiting and retaining outstanding faculty. The University’s 585 full-time faculty members, and all those who support them in part-time instructional roles, represent the heart and soul of the institution. Without them, none of the excellent outcomes described above could be achieved. Appendix 2 of this report is a brochure titled “University Authors, 2014,” which describes books published by Montclair State University faculty during the past year. The following section of this report augments that brochure by providing more details of faculty activities and accomplishments during the 2013-2014 academic year. Selected Montclair State University Faculty Accomplishments SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Department of Accounting, Law & Taxation Aquilino, Frank J. Aquilino, F., Jeffers, A. (2014). Important Aspects of the New Tax Law - Good News & Bad News. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 2014(2), 1-28. Chang, Chiaho Chang, C. (2014). Cost estimates and standard costing systems. Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, 14(1), 57-66. DeGaetano, Larry Romero, S., Lin, B., Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L. (2014). An Overview of Sustainability Reporting Practices. CPA Journal, 68-71. Jeffers, A., Lin, B., Romero, S., DeGaetano, L. (2014). Is It Time for Companies to Capitalize on Sustainability? CPA Journal, 6-10. 22

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Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L. (2013). Is There a Relationship between Sustainability (Green) Initiatives and a Company's Value? International Journal of Data Analysis and Information Systems (IJDAIS), 5(2), 105-116. Romero, S., Lin, B., Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L. . A Comparison of Sustainability in European and U.S. Corporations. International Journal of Data Analysis and Information Systems. Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L., Lin, B., Romero, S. (2014). Sustainable (Green) Initiatives in Corporations (pp. 2426-2442). Hershey, PA: Encyclopedia of Business Analytics and Optimization. DiGabriele, James A. DiGabriele, J., Ojo, M. (2014). Objectivity and Independence: The Dual Roles of External Auditors. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting, 6(2), 219-224. DiGabriele, J. (2014). Perceived Conflicts in Peer Reviewed Accounting Research. Journal of Accounting, Ethics & Public Policy, 15(2), 25. Filler, M. G., DiGabriele, J. (2013). Three Short-term Econometric Sales Forecasting Models. The Value Examiner, Sept/Oct, 1-15. DiGabriele, J. (2013). Academic Research Briefs No. 3. The Value Examiner, July/August, 36-38. DiGabriele, J. (2013). The insignificance of auditor selection in the valuation of private companies within the public acquisition market. International Journal of Critical Accounting, 5(3), 275-287. Jeffers, Agatha E. Aquilino, F., Jeffers, A. (2014). Important Aspects of the New Tax Law - Good News & Bad News. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 2014(2), 1-28. Romero, S., Lin, B., Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L. (2014). An Overview of Sustainability Reporting Practices. CPA Journal, 68-71. Jeffers, A., Lin, B., Romero, S., DeGaetano, L. (2014). Is It Time for Companies to Capitalize on Sustainability? CPA Journal, 6-10. Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L. (2013). Is There a Relationship between Sustainability (Green) Initiatives and a Company's Value? International Journal of Data Analysis and Information Systems (IJDAIS), 5(2), 105-116. Jeffers, A. (2014). Legal and Ethical Issues of Corporate Tax Inversions. Ethics & Critical Thinking Journal(9/15/2014). Jeffers, A. (2014). Corporate Inversions: How Corporations are Using These Practices to Legally Avoid U.S. Taxes. Insights To A Changing World(09/2014). Romero, S., Lin, B., Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L. . A Comparison of Sustainability in European and U.S. Corporations. International Journal of Data Analysis and Information Systems. Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L., Lin, B., Romero, S. (2014). Sustainable (Green) Initiatives in Corporations (pp. 2426-2442). Hershey, PA: Encyclopedia of Business Analytics and Optimization. Kleinman, Gary Kleinman, G., Lin, B., Palmon, D. (2014). Audit Quality: Cross-National Comparison of Regulatory Regimes. Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, 29(1), 61-87. Coville, T., Kleinman, G. (2015). Independent Directors and Dividend Payouts in the Post Sarbanes-Oxley Era. Advances in Public Interest Accounting, 18.

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Kleinman, G., Palmon, D., Yoon, K. . The Relationship of Cognitive Effort, Information Acquisition Preferences and Risk to Simulated Auditor-Client Negotiation Outcomes. Group Decisions and Negotiations, TBA(TBA), TBA. Lawrence, K., Kleinman, G., Lawrence, S. . A Clustering Analysis of Five-Star Morningstar Ruled Moderate Asset Allocation Funds. Contemporary Perspectives in Data Mining. Lawrence, K. D., Kleinman, G., Lawrence, S. . Time Series Models to Predict the NAV of an Asset Allocation Mutual Fund VWELX. Handbook of Financial Econometrics and Statistics. Lauricella, Leonard J. Yang, J., Lauricella, L. (2014). Highlights and Strategies of Recent Tax Legislations - And Strategies to Minimize Tax Owed. Journal of Taxation of Investments, 31(3), 21-41, Spring 2014. Yang, J., Lauricella, L. (2013). Current Development of the New Tax Law. Journal of Business Issues, Issue 2013,(Number 1), 27-36. Lin, Beixin Poon, W., Yang, J., Lin, B. (2014). Determining the Liability of Internet Retailers to Collect Sales Tax. International Journal of Technology Policy and Law, 1(4), 387-394, May 2014. Romero, S., Lin, B., Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L. (2014). An Overview of Sustainability Reporting Practices. CPA Journal, 68-71. Jeffers, A., Lin, B., Romero, S., DeGaetano, L. (2014). Is It Time for Companies to Capitalize on Sustainability? CPA Journal, 6-10. Shen, Y., Yang, J., Lin, B. (2014). The Current Status of Internet Commerce and Taxation Problems in China. International Tax Journal, a CCH publication, 40(2), 17-26. Kleinman, G., Lin, B., Palmon, D. (2014). Audit Quality: Cross-National Comparison of Regulatory Regimes. Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, 29(1), 61-87. Yang, J., Poon, W., Lin, B. (2013). Tax Planning Strategies Under the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. Practical Tax Strategies, 91(1), 21 - 31. Lin, B. . The Survival of Operational Restructuring Firms. Insights to a Changing World. Shen, Y., Yang, J., Lin, B. (2014). How Foreign Individuals Are Taxed in China. Interntional Tax Journal, CCH publication. Romero, S., Lin, B., Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L. . A Comparison of Sustainability in European and U.S. Corporations. International Journal of Data Analysis and Information Systems. Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L., Lin, B., Romero, S. (2014). Sustainable (Green) Initiatives in Corporations (pp. 2426-2442). Hershey, PA: Encyclopedia of Business Analytics and Optimization. Lipari, Joseph Lipari, J. . A Closer Look at the Passive Activity Rules and Suggestions for Reform. TaxPro Quarterly. Lipari, J. (2014). Tips for Choosing a Tax Preparer. The Jersey Insider. Narasimhan, Ramesh Narasimhan, R., Chung, S. (2014). Impact of Economic Conditions on Pension Costs: A Comparative Analysis of Changes in Comprehensive Income for Pensions. Journal of Global Business Development, 5(1), pp. 74-77.

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Poon, Wing W. Poon, W., Yang, J., Lin, B. (2014). Determining the Liability of Internet Retailers to Collect Sales Tax. International Journal of Technology Policy and Law, 1(4), 387-394, May 2014. Yang, J., Poon, W., Lin, B. (2013). Tax Planning Strategies Under the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. Practical Tax Strategies, 91(1), 21 - 31. Romero, Silvia Romero, S. Commitment to CSR Measured Through GRI: Factors Affecting the Behavior of Companies. Journal of Cleaner Production / Elsevier, DOI: 10.1016/J.JCLEPRO.2014.06.034. Fernandez-Feijoo, B., Romero, S., Ruiz, S. (2014). Effect of Stakeholders’ Pressure on Transparency of Sustainability Reports within the GRI Framework. Journal of Business Ethics - Springer, 122(1), 53-63. Romero, S., Lin, B., Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L. (2014). An Overview of Sustainability Reporting Practices. CPA Journal, 68-71. Jeffers, A., Lin, B., Romero, S., DeGaetano, L. (2014). Is It Time for Companies to Capitalize on Sustainability? CPA Journal, 6-10. Vasarhelyi, M. A., Romero, S. (2014). Technology in Audit Engagements: a case study. Managerial Auditing Journal / Emerald, 29(4). Alali, F., Romero, S. (2013). Benford’s Law: Analyzing a Decade of Financial Data. Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting, 10, 1-39. Fernandez-Feijoo, B., Romero, S., Ruiz, S. (2013). Women on Boards: Do they affect sustainability reporting? Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, DOI: 10.1002/csr. 1329. Romero, S., Lin, B., Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L. . A Comparison of Sustainability in European and U.S. Corporations. International Journal of Data Analysis and Information Systems. Jeffers, A., DeGaetano, L., Lin, B., Romero, S. (2014). Sustainable (Green) Initiatives in Corporations (pp. 2426-2442). Hershey, PA: Encyclopedia of Business Analytics and Optimization. Strauss, Ronald J. Strauss, R. J. (2014). Transitioning from the Private Sector to Academia. The CPA Journal, LXXXIV(8), 12-13. Strauss, R. J. (2014). Discussant Comment on the Expression of Espoused Humanizing Values in Organizational Practice: A Conceptual Framework and Case Study by Brian Shapiro and Michael Naughton. Journal of Business Ethics/Springer, Special Issue. Strauss, R. J. . Cash-Based Executive Incentive Compensation and Net Earnings Ethical Analysis. Journal of Academy of Business and Economics (JABE), 14(1). Strauss, R. J., Santoro, M. A. (2013). “Ethics and Free Markets: Lessons from the Financial Crisis” (vol. July 9, 2013, pp. 1). Shanghai: People’s Daily. Yang, James G.S. Yang, J. (2014). What Every Victim of a Ponzi Scheme Must Know About Tax Deduction. Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, 6(2), pages 260-289, JulyDecember, 2014. Poon, W., Yang, J., Lin, B. (2014). Determining the Liability of Internet Retailers to Collect Sales Tax. International Journal of Technology Policy and Law, 1(4), 387-394, May 2014. 25

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Yang, J., Lauricella, L. (2014). Highlights and Strategies of Recent Tax Legislations - And Strategies to Minimize Tax Owed. Journal of Taxation of Investments, 31(3), 21-41, Spring 2014. Shen, Y., Yang, J., Lin, B. (2014). The Current Status of Internet Commerce and Taxation Problems in China. International Tax Journal, a CCH publication, 40(2), 17-26. Yang, J. (2013). Synchronizing the Concepts of Physical Presence and Economic Nexus Under the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013. Journal of Internet Law, CCH Publication, December 2013, Pages 21-32. Yang, J. (2013). The Impact on Foreign Tax Credit of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. International Tax Journal, CCH Publication, 39(6), Pages 21-30, NovemberDecember 2013. Yang, J. (2013). What Is the Affortable Care Act of 2010? Taxes - Tax Magazine, a CCH Publication, Volume 91(Number 12, December 2013), Pages 39-42. Yang, J. (2013). The Impacts of the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013. Journal of State Taxation, 32(1), 13-22, November-December 2013. Yang, J., Lauricella, L. (2013). Current Development of the New Tax Law. Journal of Business Issues, Issue 2013,(Number 1), 27-36. Yang, J. (2013). Planning With the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. TAXPRO Journal, Summer 2013, Volume 20,(Issue 3), pages 37-43. Yang, J., Poon, W., Lin, B. (2013). Tax Planning Strategies Under the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. Practical Tax Strategies, 91(1), 21 - 31. Yang, J., Shen, Y. (2015). Net Investment Income Tax and Planning Strategies. Today's CPA. Shen, Y., Yang, J., Lin, B. (2014). How Foreign Individuals Are Taxed in China. Interntional Tax Journal, CCH publication. Yang, J. (2014). Measuring the Value of the Best Loss Sales Strategy in Equity Investment. Business Journal of Entrepreneurs, 9/15/2014. Yang, J. (2014). Potentials and Perils of E-Business in China. International Journal of EBusiness Researach, an IGI Global Publishing, 10(4). Yang, J. (2013). Problems With Foreign Tax Credit Under the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. Journal of International Taxation. Dean's Office Rosini, Elizabeth F. Zhou, W., Rosini, E. F. (2014). Entrepreneurial Team Diversity and Performance: Toward an Integrated Model. Entrepreneurship Research Journal. Department of Economics & Finance Atal, Vidya Atal, V., Bar, T. (2014). Patent Quality and A Two-Tiered Patent System. Journal of Industrial Economics, 62(3), 503-540. Atal, V. (2014). The Big Mac Index and Real-Income Disparity. Journal of Business and Economics Research, 12(3), 231-236. San Vicente Portes, L., Atal, V. (2014). The Big Mac Index: A Shortcut To Inflation And Exchange Rate Dynamics? Price Tracking And Predictive Properties. International Business and Economics Research Journal, 13(4), 741-756. Atal, V., Dubey, R. S. (2014). Affirmative Action and Empowerment: Friends or Foes? Economics Bulletin, 34(2), 1012-1018.

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Atal, V., Shankar, K. . Open Source Software: Competition with A Public Good. Atlantic Economic Journal. Dubey, Ram S. Dubey, R. S., Mitra, T. (2014). On Construction of Equitable Social Welfare Orders on Infinite Utility Streams joint with Tapan Mitra. Mathematical Social Sciences, 74, 53--60. Becker, R. A., Dubey, R. S., Mitra, T. (2014). On Ramsey Equilibrium: Capital Ownership Pattern and Inefficiency. Economic Theory, 55(3), 565--600. Dubey, R. S., Mitra, T. (2014). Combining Monotonicity and Strong Equity: Construction and Representation of Orders on Infinite Utility Streams joint with Tapan Mitra. Social Choice and Welfare, 43(3), 591--602. Atal, V., Dubey, R. S. (2014). Affirmative Action and Empowerment: Friends or Foes? Economics Bulletin, 34(2), 1012-1018. Banerjee, K., Dubey, R. S. (2014). Do all Constructive Strongly Monotone Intertemporal Orders exhibit Impatience? joint with Kuntal Banerjee. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 52, 62--69. Dubey, R. S., Mitra, T. . On Social Welfare Functions on Infinite Utility Streams Satisfying Hammond Equity and Weak Pareto Axioms: A Complete Characterization. Economic Theory Bulletin. Pirouz, Kamrouz Rezvani, F., Pirouz, K. (2013). Recent Trends in Income Inequality in the United States. Journal of Business and Educational Leadership, vol. 4(No. 1). Pirouz, K., Rezvani, F. . Performance of Iran's Economy: 2004-2012. Journal of International Business and Economics. Pirouz, K. (2013). Nationalization of Oil Industry and Modern Iran: Perspective of Mussadegh in Re-Shapaping Economic Developmen Efforts and Movement to a More Modern Iran. The American Society for Business & Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS), 31 pages. Ramjerdi, Maria Hamideh Ramjerdi, H. (2014). Monopoly by Contract: The Practice of Franchised Fee and Royalty Rate. Journal of Reviews of Global Economics., Volume 3(1929-7092), 7 -14. Rawlins, Glenville Rawlins, G. (2013). Inflation and the Purchasing Power Parity in South Africa. Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 15(3), 11. Rezvani, Farahmand Rezvani, F., Pirouz, K. (2013). Recent Trends in Income Inequality in the United States. Journal of Business and Educational Leadership, vol. 4(No. 1). Pirouz, K., Rezvani, F. . Performance of Iran's Economy: 2004-2012. Journal of International Business and Economics. San Vicente Portes, Luis San Vicente Portes, L., Atal, V. (2014). The Big Mac Index: A Shortcut To Inflation And Exchange Rate Dynamics? Price Tracking And Predictive Properties. International Business and Economics Research Journal, 13(4), 741-756. Ozenbas, D., San Vicente Portes, L. (2013). Stock Price Volatility and Firm Capital Structure Decisions During the Financial Crisis. The Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge.

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Ozenbas, D., Meziani, A. Seddik, San Vicente Portes, L. . LIQUIDITY EFFECTS OF FIRM SIZE AND MARKET DISTRESS ON INDEX TRACKING ETFs. Journal of International Financial Studies. Kim, Dong-Kyoon Kim, D.-K. (2013). Corporate multinational flexibility option and bankruptcy decision. International Review of Management and Business Review, 2(4). Meziani, A. Seddik Meziani, A. Seddik (2014). Smart Beta ETFs: A Bird’s-Eye View of the Market and Analysis of Its Performance Trend. Institutional Investor Journals, 5(1), 146-157.. Meziani, A. Seddik . Investing with Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Issues in Mind: From the Back to the Fore of. The Journal of Investing/Institutional Investor Journals. Ozenbas, D., Meziani, A. Seddik, San Vicente Portes, L. . LIQUIDITY EFFECTS OF FIRM SIZE AND MARKET DISTRESS ON INDEX TRACKING ETFs. Journal of International Financial Studies. Ozenbas, Deniz Ozenbas, D., San Vicente Portes, L. (2013). Stock Price Volatility and Firm Capital Structure Decisions During the Financial Crisis. The Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge. Ozenbas, D., Meziani, A. Seddik, San Vicente Portes, L. . LIQUIDITY EFFECTS OF FIRM SIZE AND MARKET DISTRESS ON INDEX TRACKING ETFs. Journal of International Financial Studies. Ozenbas, D., Schwartz, R. A. (2014). Trading Rooms: A Bridge to Reality. BizEd. Ricci, Cecilia W. Ricci, C. (2014). An Analysis of Earnings Manipulation via Inventory in Companies Sanctioned by the SEC. Journal of Applied Financial Research, 1, 25-36. Sintim-Aboagye, Hermann Sintim, H. (2013). IMF and World Bank Economic Programs on Inflation: Relevance to New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD). Review of Applied Economics, 9(1-2), 61-81. Sohn, Ira Sohn, I. (2013). Economic and Financial Reform in Costa Rica: Challenges and Opportunities to 2025. Journal of Applied Business and Economics,, 15(1), 77-93. Sohn, I. (2014). “Fortune Tellers: The Story of America’s First Economic Forecasters (vol. Summer 2014, pp. in press). Foresight (The International Journal of Forecasting),. Sohn, I. (2014). The Bet: Paul Ehrlich, Julian Simon, and Our Gamble over Earth’s Future” by Paul Sabin in Forecasting Perspectives (vol. Spring 2014, pp. pp. 32-34). oresight (The International Journal of Forecasting),. Usmen, Nilufer Usmen, N., Markowitz, H. (2013). “The Likelihood of Various Return Distributions”, Chapter 5 in Risk-Return Analysis: The Theory and Practice of Rational Investing, Volume I, 2013 (vol. 1, pp. 208). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishers. Department of Management Bryan, Nicole M. Poucki, S., Bryan, N. M. . "Vulnerability to Human Trafficking, Child Labor and Forced Labor among the Roma Community: The role of historical marginalization.". Journal of Intercultural Studies/Routledge. 28

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Web-Based Publications Bain, C., Blair, D., danah, b., Bryan, N. M., Clark, D., Finkelhor, D., Foot, K., Korytova, S., Latonero, M., Leary, M., Malone, P., Mitchell, K., Musto, J., McIntyre, S., Poucki, S., Shavers, A., Thakor, M., Tidball, S., Wolak, J. (2013). "How to Responsibly Create Technological Interventions to Address the Domestic Sex Trafficking of Minors.". Kessler, Stacey Kessler, S., Spector, P., Gavin, M. (2014). A critical look at ourselves: The role of organizational structure in predicting gender and career outcomes in academia. Research in Higher Education, 55, 351-369. Kessler, S., Bruursema, K., Rodopman, O., Spector, P. (2013). Leadership, interpersonal conflict, and counterproductive work behavior: An examination of the stressor/strain process. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 16, 180-190. James, M., Fox, S., Kessler, S., Spector, P. (2013). It's all about me: The role of narcissism in exacerbating the stressor-counterproductive work behavior relationship. Work & Stress, 27(4), 368-382. Mazzola, J., Kessler, S. Counterproductive work behaviors and their ethical dilemmas: Creating just, respectful, and productive organizations (pp. 157-179). The Handbook of Work and Quality of Life: Ethical Practices in Organizations. Penney, L. M., Kessler, S. . Counterproductive Work Behavior: Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going. Human Frailties: Wrong Choices on the Drive to Success.. Lin, Li-Chun Wang, J., Chen, Q., Lin, L.-C. (2013). Focusing on Environmental Sustainability for the IT Sector. International Journal of Business and Public Administration (IJBPA), 10(1). Subramanian, Ramachandran Subramanian, R. (2014). Instructor's Manual for Strategic Management, 14e, Pearce and Robinson, McGraw-Hill. Burr Ridge, Illinois: McGraw-Hill. Subramanian, R. (2013). Test Bank for Small Business Management, 11e, by Scarborough, Pearson Prentice-Hall. New Jersey: Pearson Prentice-Hall. Zey, Michael Zey, M. (2014). Ageless Nation: The Quest For Superlongevity and Physical Perfection. (pp. 340). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. Zey, M. (2014). "Longer Lives, Longer Careers" (vol. Dec. 15, 2013). NJ: Newark StarLedger. Zhang, Yanli Sun, S. L., Zhang, Y. (2013). Corporate Governance and Organizational Survival under Punctuational Change: The Case of China's Burgeoning Banking Industry, 18971927. Nankai Business Review International, 4(4), 268-289. Sun, S. L., Zhang, Y., Chen, Z. (2013). CITIC Pacific: Mining for Iron in Australia. Thunderbird International Business Review, 55(3), 313-322. Sun, S. L., Zhang, Y. (2014). Qihoo 360: Building a Free Business Model. The CASE Journal, 11(2), forthcoming. Zhou, Wencang Zhou, W., Rosini, E. F. (2014). Entrepreneurial Team Diversity and Performance: Toward an Integrated Model. Entrepreneurship Research Journal. Zhou, W. (2014). When does shared leadership matter in entrepreneurial teams: The role of Personality Composition. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal.

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Zhou, W., Vredenburgh, D., Rogoff, E. G. (2013). Informational diversity and entrepreneurial team performance: Moderating effect of shared leadership. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal. Zhou, W. (2013). Is Informational Diversity Really Informational?: An Investigation of What and When in Entrepreneurial Teams. Journal of Marketing Development and Competitiveness, 7(3), 29-42. Department of Information & Operations Management Berenson, Mark L. Berenson, M. (2013). Using Excel for White’s Test – an Important Technique for Evaluating the Equality of Variance Assumption and Model Specification in a Regression Analysis. DSJIE -- Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 11(3), pp. 243-262. Chen, Qiyang Xing, R., Wang, J., Chen, Q. A Critical Review of Information Technology Innovations. IJRCM, 2(3), 63~68. Yao, J., Wang, J., Chen, Q., Xing, R. (2013). Core methodologies in data warehouse design and development. International Journal of Robotics Applications and Technologies, 1(1), 57-66. Wang, J., Chen, Q., Lin, L.-C. (2013). Focusing on Environmental Sustainability for the IT Sector. International Journal of Business and Public Administration (IJBPA), 10(1). Jain, Rashmi VanLeer, M., Jain, R. (2013). A Framework to address the Impact of System of Systems Integration Using Commercially off the Shelf (COTS) Technology. International Journal of System of Systems Engineering, 4(1), 23-43. Malaga, Ross Malaga, R. . Do Web Privacy Policies Still Matter? Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal (AIMSJ). Misra, Ram B. Ravinder, H., Misra, R. (2014). ABC Analysis for Inventory Management: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Classroom. American Journal of Business Education, 7(3), 9. Ravinder, H., Misra, R., Su, H. . Quantifying the Risk of Intellectual Property Loss in Analytics Outsourcing. Information Resources Management Journal / IGI Global, 28(1), 20. Conference Proceedings Ravinder, H., Misra, R. (2014). Bringing Current Research on Multicriteria ABC Analysis to Practice. Northeast Business and Economics Conference. Ravinder, Handanhal Ravinder, H. (2013). Forecasting With Exponential Smoothing – What’s The Right Smoothing Constant? Review of Business Information Systems, 17(3), 117-126. Ravinder, H., Misra, R. (2014). ABC Analysis for Inventory Management: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Classroom. American Journal of Business Education, 7(3), 9. Ravinder, H., Misra, R., Su, H. . Quantifying the Risk of Intellectual Property Loss in Analytics Outsourcing. Information Resources Management Journal / IGI Global, 28(1), 20. Wang, John Wang, J., Yao, J., Hsu, J. (2013). An innovation of the 21st century in social networking. Journal of Management and Engineering Integration, 5(2), 21-28. Wang, J., Yao, J. (2013). : Categorical data analysis using SAS (Third Edition). International Journal of Data Analysis Techniques and Strategies, 5(1), 115-117. 30

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Yao, J., Wang, J., Chen, Q., Xing, R. (2013). Core methodologies in data warehouse design and development. International Journal of Robotics Applications and Technologies, 1(1), 57-66. Wang, J., Chen, Q., Lin, L.-C. (2013). Focusing on Environmental Sustainability for the IT Sector. International Journal of Business and Public Administration (IJBPA), 10(1). Xing, Ruben Xing, R., Wang, J., Chen, Q. A Critical Review of Information Technology Innovations. IJRCM, 2(3), 63~68. Yao, J., Wang, J., Chen, Q., Xing, R. (2013). Core methodologies in data warehouse design and development. International Journal of Robotics Applications and Technologies, 1(1), 57-66. Zhang, Y., Xing, R., Wang, J. (2013). A Broken Supply and Social Chain: Anatomy of the Downfall of an Industrial Icon. Information Systems and Modern Society: Social Change and Global Development. Yao, James E. Wang, J., Yao, J., Hsu, J. (2013). An innovation of the 21st century in social networking. Journal of Management and Engineering Integration, 5(2), 21-28. Wang, J., Yao, J. (2013). : Categorical data analysis using SAS (Third Edition). International Journal of Data Analysis Techniques and Strategies, 5(1), 115-117. Yao, J., Wang, J., Chen, Q., Xing, R. (2013). Core methodologies in data warehouse design and development. International Journal of Robotics Applications and Technologies, 1(1), 57-66. Department of Marketing Jayachandran, C. Limbu, Y., Jayachandran, C., Babin, B. J. (2014). Does Information and Communication Technology Improve Job Satisfaction? Moderating Role of Sales Technology Orientation. Industrial Marketing Management. Jensen, Ricard W. Jensen, R. W. . ¿Muy Valiente, o loco? How “Los Suns” Created a Political Controversy That Transcends Basketball. Studies of Latin American Popular Culture, 32(1), n/a. Kay, Mark J. Kay, M. (2015). Corporate Sustainability Programs and Reporting: Enhancing Responsibility Commitment and Thought Leadership at Starbucks (pp. 20). Tilden Press. Kumar, Archana Kumar, A., Kim, Y.-K. (2014). The Store-As-A-Brand Strategy: The Effect of Store Environment on Customer Responses. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 21(5), 685-695. Kumar, A., Mukherjee, A., McGinnis, J. (2013). E-Retailing Course: Using an Experiential Approach in a Classroom Setting. Retail Education Today, 33(3). Kumar, A. (2013). Shop While you Talk: Determinants of Purchase Intentions Through a Mobile Device. International Journal of Mobile Marketing, 8(1), 23-34. Beckman, E., Kumar, A., Kim, Y.-K. (2013). The Impact of Brand Experience on Downtown Success. Journal of Travel Research, 52(5), 646-658. Kumar, A., Fairhurst, A., Kim, Y.-K. (2013). The Role of Personal Cultural Orientation in Consumer Ethnocentrism among Indian Consumers. Journal of Indian Business Research, 5(4), 235-250.

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Kumar, A., Mukherjee, A., McGinnis, J. . Who Wants to be an Etailpreneur? Experiences from an Electronic Retailing Course. Marketing Education Review. Limbu, Yam B. Limbu, Y., Jayachandran, C., Babin, B. J. (2014). Does Information and Communication Technology Improve Job Satisfaction? Moderating Role of Sales Technology Orientation. Industrial Marketing Management. Asing-Cashman, J. G., Gurung, B., Limbu, Y., Rutledge, D. (2014). Free and Open Source Tools (FOSTs): An Empirical Investigation of Pre-Service Teacher’s Competency, Attitude, and Pedagogical Intention. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 26(1). Mukherjee, A., Limbu, Y. (2013). A Review of Research on Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Prescription Drugs: Directions for Future Research. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 7(3), 226-243. Mukherjee, A., Limbu, Y. (2013). Pharmaceutical Direct-to-Consumer Advertising: Past, Present, and Future. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 7(3). Samuels, Jack B. Samuels, J. (2013). Summer Trails (vol. OCT, pp. 1). MAIDSTONE, KENT: PARK WORLD MAGAZINE. Samuels, J. (2013). A Compedium of Materials for A Warm Welcome Super Bowl Related Training. Paramus, NJ: Bergen Community College, School of Continuing Ed.. Wang, Yawei Wang, Y., Dong, E. (2013). Travel Distance of Senior Tourists: An Application of the GIS Techniques. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 11(1), 36-42. COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Adrian-Martinez, S., et al. (The ANTARES, LIGO, and Virgo Collaborations including M. Favata). 2013. A first search for coincident gravitational waves and high energy neutrinos using LIGO, Virgo and ANTARES data from 2007. LIGO-P1200006 Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 06 008 arXiv: 1205-3018. Alavalapati, J., Lal, P., Susaeta, A., Abt, R.C., and D. Wear, D., 2013. Forest biomass-based energy, in: D. Wear and J. Greis (Eds.) Southern Forest Futures Project: technical report, GTR SRS-178, USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Asheville, NC 542p. Aguilar, F., M. Blazier, J. Alavalapati and P. Lal. 2013. An assessment of global wood-based bioprocessing, bioenergy and bio-fuel activities. In R. Vlosky, R. Panwar, and E. Hansen (eds). Global Forest Products: Trends, Management, and Sustainability. CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group. Archer, E., R.P. Shook, D. Thomas, T.S. Church, P.T. Katzmarzyk , R. James, J.R. Hébert, K.L. McIver, G.A. Hand, C.J Lavie and S.N. Blair. 2013. 45-Year trends in women's use of time and household management energy expenditure. PLOS ONE 2; 8(2):e56620. Asai, J., et al. (The LIGO Scientific Collaboration, 660 authors including M. Favata). 2013. Enhanced sensitivity of the LIGO gravitational wave detector by using squeezed states of light. Nature Photonics doi 10: 1038 nphoton 2013 177. Asai, J., et. al. (including M. Favata); The LIGO and Virgo Collaborations. 2014. Constraints on 32

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Cosmic Strings from the LIGO-Virgo Gravitational-Wave Detectors. Physical Review Letters 112: 131101. Asai, J., et. al. (including M. Favata); The LIGO and Virgo Collaborations. 2014. Application of a Hough search for continuous gravitational waves on data from the fifth LIGO science run. Classical and Quantum Gravity 31: 085014. Asai, J., et. al. (including M. Favata); The LIGO and Virgo Collaborations. 2014. Gravitational Waves from Known Pulsars: Results from the Initial Detector Era. The Astrophysical Journal 785: 119. Asai, J., et. al. (including M. Favata); The LIGO and Virgo Collaborations. 2014. First Searches for Optical Counterparts to Gravitational-wave Candidate Events. The Astrophysical Journal Supplement 211: 7. Asai, J., et. al. (including M. Favata); The LIGO and Virgo Collaborations, The NINJA-2 Collaboration. 2014. The NINJA-2 project: Detecting and characterizing gravitational waveforms modelled using numerical binary black hole simulations. Classical and Quantum Gravity 31: 115004. Asai, J., et. al. (including M. Favata); The LIGO and Virgo Collaborations. 2013. Search for longlived gravitational-wave transients coincident with long gamma-ray bursts. Physical Review D 88:122004. Asai, J., et. al. (including M. Favata); The LIGO and Virgo Collaborations. 2013. A directed search for continuous Gravitational Waves from the Galactic Center. Physical Review D 88:102022. Asai, J., et. al. (including M. Favata); The LIGO and Virgo Collaborations. 2013. Parameter estimation for compact binary coalescence signals with the first generation gravitational wave detector network. Physical Review D 88: 062001. Asai, J., et. al. (including M. Favata); The LIGO Scientific Collaboration. 2013. Enhanced sensitivity of the LIGO gravitational wave detector by using squeezed states of light. Nature Photonics 7: 613. Barbooti, M. M., H. Su, P. Punamiya, and D. Sarkar. 2014. Oxytetracycline sorption onto Iraqi montmorillonite. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 11(1): 69-76. Bhat, R., Adam, A. T., Lee, J. J., Henry, E. C., Gasiewicz, T. A. and Rotella, D. P. 2014. Toward the discovery of drug-like (-)-epigallocatechin gallate anlogs as Hsp90 inhibitors. Bioorg. Med. Chem Lett 24: 2263-2266. Bijl, P.K., Bendle, J.A.P., Bohaty, S.M., Pross, J., Schouten, S., Tauxe, L., Stickley, C.E., McKay, R.M., Rohl, U., Olney, M., Sluijs, A., Escutia, C., Brinkhuis, H., Klaus, A., Fehr, A., Williams, T., Carr, S.A., Dunbar, R.B., Gonzalez, J.J., Hayden, T.G., Iwai, M., Jimenez-Espejo, F.J., Katsuki, K., Kong, G.S., Nakai, M., Passchier, S., Pekar, S.F., Riesselman, C., Sakai, T., Shrivastava, P.K., Sugisaki, S., Tuo, S., van de Flierdt, T., Welsh, K. and Yamane, M., 2013. Eocene cooling linked to early flow across the Tasmanian Gateway. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110, (24), 9645-9650. doi:10.1073/pnas.1220872110.

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Billings, L. 2013. Succeeding in undergraduate student research: A few helpful hints for advisors. PRIMUS 23:9,798-804. Billings, L., L. Miery Teran Romero, B. Lindley and I. B. Schwartz. 2013. Intervention-based stochastic disease eradication. PLOS ONE 8: e70211. Billings, L., L. Miery Teran Romero, B. Lindley, and I.B. Schwartz. 2013. Intervention-based stochastic disease eradication. PLOS ONE 8:e70211. Binkley, D., D. Lawrie, E. Hill, J. Burge, I. Harris, R. Hebig, O. Keszöcze, K. Reed and J. Slankas. 2013. “Task Driven Software Summarization.” 29th IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance. Binkley, D., D. Lawrie, L. L. Pollock, E. Hill and K. V. Shanker. 2013. A dataset for evaluating identifier splitters. Proceedings of the 10th Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories 401-404. Brachfeld, S., Pizon, J., Darley, J., Sagnotti, L., Kuhn, G., Florindo, F., Wilson, G., Ohneiser, C., Monien, D., and Jospeh, L., 2013. Magnetic Tracers of Ice Sheet Extent and Sediment Provanance in the ANDRILL AND-1B Drill Core, Ross Sea, Antarctica, Global and Planetary Change, 110, 420433. Burow, A. M., Bates, J. E., Furche, F. and Eshuis, H. 2013. Analytical first-order molecular properties and forces within the adiabatic connection random phase approximation. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 10: 180-194. Cantatore, A., S.D. Randall, D. Traum and S.D. Adams. 2013. Effect of black tea extract on herpes simplex virus-1 infection of cultured cells. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 13: 139. Caporale, A., P. Punamiya, M. Pigna, A. Violante, and D. Sarkar. 2013. Effect of particle size on arsenic sorption in water treatment residuals in the presence of competing ions. Journal of Hazardous Materials 18,260C: 644-651. Casazza, K., K.R. Fontaine, A. Astrup, L.L. Birch, A.W. Brown, M.M. Bohan Brown, N. Durant, G. Dutton, M.E. Foster, S.B. Heymsfield, K. McIver, T. Mehta, N. Menachemi, P.K. Newby, R. Pate, B.J. Rolls, B. Sen, D.L. Smith, D.M. Thomas and D.B. Allison. 2013. Myths, presumptions, and facts about obesity. New England Journal of Medicine 368(5): 446-454. Chopping, M. 2014. Remote Sensing in Environmental Management. Chapter 21 in An Integrated Approach to Environmental Management. Wiley. In Press. Chung, B.J., McDermid, K. and Vaidya, A. 2014. On the affordances of the MaxEP principle. European Physical Journal B: Condensed Matter and Complex Systems 87(1): 20. Cohrs, M., Ernst, W. and Vaidya, A. 2013. Potential for energy harvesting from vortex induced oscillations. International Journal of Ecology and Development 26(3): 1-9. Cook, C. P., T. Van De Flierdt, T. Williams, S.R. Hemming, M. Iwai, M. Kobayashi, F.J. JimenezEspejo, C. Escutia, J.J. Gonzalez, B.K. Khim, R.M. McKay, S. Passchier, S.M. Bohaty ,C.R. Riesselman, L. Tauxe, S.Sugisaki, A.L.Galindo, M.O. Patterson, F. Sangiorgi, E.L. Pierce, H. Brinkhuis and 21 others. Dynamic behaviour of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet during Pliocene warmth. Nature Geoscience doi: 10.1038/ngeo1889. Cronin, M. A., G. Rincon, R. W. Meredith, M. D. MacNeil, A. Cánovas, and J. F. Medrano. Molecular phylogeny and SNP variation of polar bears (Ursus maritimus), brown bears (U. arctos) and black bears (U. americanus) derived from genome sequences. Journal of Heredity. In Press. Cutler, J. and A. J. Radcliffe. 2014. Extremal graphs for homomorphisms II. Journal of Graph Theory 76: 42-59. 34

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Cutler, J. and A.J. Radcliffe. 2014. The maximum number of complete subgraphs in a graph with given maximum degree. Journal of Combinatory Theory Series B 104:60-71. Cutler, J., A.J. Radcliffe. 2013. Hypergraph independent sets. Combinatorics, Probability and Computing. 22: 9-20. Das, P., D. Sarkar, K. C. Makris, P. Punamiya, and R. Datta. 2013. Effectiveness of Urea in enhancing the Extractability of 2,4,6 Trinitrotoluene from Chemically Variant Soils Chemosphere 93(9): 1811-1817. Datta, R., P. Das, S. Smith, P. Punamiya, D.M. Ramanathan, R. Reddy, D. Sarkar. 2013. Phytoremediation potential of vetiver grass [chrysopogon zizanioides (l.)] for tetracycline. International Journal of Phytoremediation 15: 343-351. Deng, J., Y. Shao, N. Gao, Y. Deng, S. Zhou and X. Hua. 2013. Thermally activated persulfate (TAP) oxidation of antiepileptic drug carbamazepine in water. Chemical Engineering Journal 228:15, 765-771. Deng, Y., and Gravesen, C. 2013. Ferrate Oxidation for Removal of Refractory Organic matters and Ammonia in Landfill Leachate, World Academy of Science, Engineering & Technology, 74, 744-745. Deng, Y., Engelhardt J., Abdul-Aziz, S., Bataille, T., Cueto, J., De Leon, O., Wright, M.E., Gardinali, P., Narayanan, A., Polar, J., and Tomoyuki, S., 2013. Ambient Iron-Mediated Aeration (IMA) for Water Reuse, Water Research, 47, 850-858. Dong, D., Zhang W. , Ma H., Feng H., Lu H., Dong Y. and Yu L. 2014. A magnetic record of heavy metal pollution in the Yangtze River subaqueous delta. Science of the Total Environment 476–477: 368–377. Fails, J. A., Druin, A., and Guha, M. L. 2014. Interactive Storytelling: Interacting with People, Environment, and Technology. International Journal of Arts and Technology Inderscience 7(1). Fails, J. A., Druin, A., and Guha, M. L. 2013. Methods and Techniques for Involving Children in the Design of New Technology for Children. Foundations and Trends® in Human-Computer Interaction. Now Publishers 6(2): 85-166. Fails, J.A., Loeschorn, C., Herbert, K., Hill, E., Kordecki, S., Dymko, D., DeStefano, A., and Christian, Z. 2014. GeoTagger: A Collaborative and Participatory Environmental Inquiry System. Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW). ACM Press. Faith, J. and D.L. Yu. 2014. Spatial Distribution of Greenhouse Commercial Horticulture in Kenya and the Role of Demographic, Infrastructure and Topo-Edaphic Factors. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 3: 274 – 296. Faith, J., D.L. Yu. 2014. Spatial Distribution of Greenhouse Commercial Horticulture in Kenya and the Role of Demographic, Infrastructure and Topo-Edaphic Factors. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 3: 274 – 296. Favata, M. 2014. Systematic Parameter Errors in Inspiraling Neutron Star Binaries. Physical Review Letters 112: 101101. Feldman, A. (PI) and Peng, J. 2013-2015. (Co-PI). AIR: Automatic Idiom Recognition. National Science Foundation, $176,514.. Feldman, A. and Peng, J. 2013. Idioms: Hunting them all out. 14th International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics (Cicling). LNCS 7816: 435-446. Springer Heidelberg. Feldman, C., Su, H., Mahadevan, M., Brusca, J., Hartwell H. 2014. Menu Psychology to Encourage Healthy Menu Selections at a New Jersey University. Journal of Culinary Science & Technology Vol 12(1), pp 1-21.

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Feng, H., Qian Y., Gallagher F. J., Wu M., Zhang W., Yu L., Zhu Q., Zhang K., Liu C.-J. and Tappero R. 2013. Lead accumulation and association with Fe on Typha latifolia root from an urban brownfield site. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20: 3743–3750. Feng, H., Qian Y., F.J. Gallagher, M. Wu, W. Zhang, L. Yu, Q. Zhu, K. Zhang, C. Liu and R. Tappero. 2012. Lead accumulation and association with Fe on Typha latifolia root from an urban brownfield site. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20: 3743-3750. Feng, H., Yu, D. and Zhang, W., 2008 Coastal Sustainability Study and Environmental Management. In Urbanization: 21st Century Issues and Challenges. (ed. Luca N. Wagner). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 155-173 Fernandez, Eileen. 2014. Transitions from live to online teaching. Problems, Resources and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies 24(1): 1-11. Fiordilino, J., Massoudi, M. and Vaidya, A. 2014. Pressure driven flow and heat transfer in homogeneous fluids, accepted for publication in. Applied Mathematics and Computation. Fritz, T., G. C. Murphy, E. Murphy-Hill, J. Ou, E. Hill. 2014. “Degree-of-Knowledge: Modeling a Developer's Knowledge of Code.” ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM). Ghag, G., Ghosh, P., Mauro, A., Rangachari, V. and Vaidya, A. 2013. Stability Analysis of 4-species Abeta Aggregation Model: A Novel Approach to Obtaining Physically Meaningful Rate Constants. Applied Mathematics and Computation 224(1): 205-215. Gao, Y., Gao N., Deng, Y., Gu J., Gu, Y., and Zhang, D., 2013. Factors affecting sonolytic degradation of sulfamethazine in water, Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 20 (6), 1401-1407. Harcelode, M. A., P. Lal and M. E. Miller. 2013. Estimating social impacts of a remediation project life cycle with environmental footprint evaluation tools. Remediation Journal 24:1, 5-20. Hazard, L.C. 2013. Salvadora hexalepis: Foraging behavior. Herpetological Review 44(2): 334-335. Hazard, L.C., K.A. Nagy and S. Hillard. Post-release dispersal and predation of head-started juvenile Desert Tortoises (Gopherus agassizii): Effect of release site distance on homing behavior. Herpetological Conservation and Biology. Invited contribution to special issue: Head-starting in turtles and tortoises. Healey, M., M.S. Crow and C.A. Molina. 2013. Rasinduced Melanoma transformation is associated with the proteasomal degradation of the tumor-suppressor ICER. Molecular Carcinogenesis 52: 692-704. Healey, M., M.S. Crow and C.A. Molina. 2013. Ras-induced melanoma transformation is associated with the proteasomal degradation of the tumor-suppressor ICER. Molecular Carcinogenesis 52:692-704. Hegarty, K.G. and S. Kight. Do Predator Cues Influence Turn Alternation Behavior in Terrestrial Isopods Porcellio laevis Latreille and Armadillidium vulgare Latreille? Behavioural Processes. In Press. Herbst, B., G. Nieddu G. and A. D. Trubatch. 2014. Recurrence in the Korteweg-de Vries equation? Contemporary Mathematics. In press. Hill, E., A. Bacchelli, D. Binkley, B. Dit, D. Lawrie and R. Oliveto. 2013. “Which Feature Location Technique is Better?” 29th IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance. Hill, E., D. Binkley, D. Lawrie, L. Pollock and K. Vijay-Shanker. 2013. “An empirical study of identifier splitting techniques.” Empirical Software Engineering.

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Hill, E., D. Shepherd, L. Pollock and V. Shanker. 2013. “Differentiating Roles of Program Elements in Action-Oriented Concerns.” 29th IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance. Hill, E., Roldan-Vega, M., Fails, J., Mallet, G. 2014. NL-based Query Refinement and Contextualized Code Search Results: A User Study. IEEE Software Engineering Week Joint Conferences: European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering & Working Conference on Reverse Engineering (CSMR-WCRE), IEEE Press. Hill, E., B. Sisman, A. Kak. 2014. “On the Use of Positional Proximity in IR-based Feature Location.” IEEE Software Engineering Week Joint Conferences: European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering & Working Conference on Reverse Engineering (CSMR-WCRE). IEEE Press. Houben, A.J.P., P.K. Bijl, J. Pross, S.M. Bohaty, S. Passchier, C.E. Stickley, U. Röhl, S. Sugisaki, T. Tauxe, T. Van De Flierdt, M. Olney, F. Sangiorgi, A. Sluijs, C. Escutia, H. Brinkhuis and the Expedition 318 Scientists. 2013. Reorganization of Southern Ocean plankton ecosystem at the onset of Antarctic glaciation. Science 340(6130): 341-344 doi:10.1126/science.1223646. K.G. Herbert, E. Hill and N.M. Goodey. 2013. Mobile interaction and query optimization in a protein ligand data analysis system. Proceedings of the ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data 1291-1292. Houben, A.J.P., Bijl, P.K., Pross, J., Bohaty, S.M., Passchier, S., Stickley, C.E., Röhl, U., Sugisaki, U.S., Sugisaki, S. Tauxe, T., van de Flierdt, T., Olney, M., Sangiorgi, F., Sluijs, A., Escutia, C., Brinkhuis, H., and the Expedition 318 Scientists, 2013. Reorganization of Southern Ocean plankton ecosystem at the onset of Antarctic glaciation. Science, 340, no. 6130, p. 341-344, doi: 10.1126/science.1223646. Justus, F. and Yu Du. 2014. Spatial distribution of greenhouse commercial horticulture in Kenya and the role of demographic, infrastructure and topo-edaphic factors, ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information. In press. Justino, F., Stordal, F., Alo, C.A., Coppola, E., Setzer, A., Chaves, E., Rodrigues, P., Kucharski, F., and Brumatti, D., 2013. Modeling weather and climate related fire risk in Africa, American Journal of Climate Change, accepted. Kruge, M.A. 2013. Oil pollution in water bodies of restricted circulation. In, M. Salgot, ed. Stagnant Water Bodies Pollution 63-80. Kruge, M.A. Analytical pyrolysis principles and applications to environmental science. In, M. Barbooti, ed., Environmental Applications of Instrumental Chemical Analysis. CRC Press. Krupa, E. E., Webel, C., & McManus, J. In press. Undergraduate Students’ Knowledge of Algebra: Evaluating the Impact of Computer-based and Traditional Learning Environments. Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies, 24(5), 442-459. Krumins, J.A., D. van Oevelen, E. van Donk, W.H.G. Hol, W. de Boer, M. Viketoft, G.B. de Deyn, F. Monroy-Martinez, J. Middelburg, T.M. Bezemer, P.C. de Ruiter, J. van Veen, J. van de Koppel, E. The bault and W.H. Van Der Putten . 2013. Soil, fresh water and marine sediment food webs: similarities and differences in their structure and functioning. BioScience 63(1): 35-42. Lal, P. and J. R. R. Alavalapati, 2014. Economics of forest biomass-based energy. Handbook on Forest Resource Economics. In S. Kant and J. Alavalapati (eds.) 275-289.

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Lal, P., E. Kebede, B. Wolde, P. Burli, J. Alavalapati, J. Gan and E. Taylor. In press. Assessing Socioeconomic Impacts of Forest Biomass Based Biofuel Development on Rural Communities in the Southern United States. In J. Janick and A. Whipkey (eds.) Proceedings of the Seventh National New Crops Symposium New Crops: Bioenergy, Biomaterials, and Sustainability. Lapeine, M., K. G. Herbert, E. Hill, N. M. Goodey. 2013. “Mobile interaction and query optimization in a protein-ligand data analysis system.” Proceedings of the ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data. Lee, L., M. Wu, and T. Chu. 2013. Identification and quantification of Escherichia coli and coliforms in Northern New Jersey bodies of water. Proceedings of the Cross-Strait Conference on Water Resources D171-178. Lee, L., M. Wu, T. Chu, and A. Peri. Accepted. Method evaluations for Escherichia coli and coliforms detection in Northern New Jersey Water Bodies. Submitted to GSTF Journal of Ecology. In Press. Lee, L.H., J. Riggio, T.C. Chu. 2013. Biology of Human Life Laboratory Manual. Hayden-McNeil Publishing ISBN 13: 978-0-7380-6407-9. L Li, L., Li, J., Shao, C., Zhang, K., Yu, S., Gao, N., Deng, Y., and Yin, D., 2014. Arsenic removal in synthetic ground water using iron electrolysis, Separation and Purification Technology, 122, 225-230. Li, Y., J. Huang, L. He, Q. Wang, W. Xiong, G. Segal, C. Du and H.K. Dooner. 2013. A sequenceindexed single gene knockout resource for maize. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter 87. Li, Y., Schrade, J., Su, H. Specchio, J. 2014. Transportation of Perishable and Refrigerated Foods in Mylar Foil Bags and Insulated Containers: A Time-Temperature Study, Journal of Food Protection. In press. Li, Y., Su, H., Specchio, J., Schrade, J., Chung, S., and Unanski, M. 2014. Utilization of Steam Heat Generated via Microwave Energy in Seafood Cooking, Journal of Nutritional Health & Food Engineering. In press. Li, Q., Gao, N., Deng, Y., Ma, X., and Chu, W., 2013. Factors affecting UV/H2O2 Oxidation of 17 ethynyestradiol in water, CLEAN-Soil, Air, Water, 41(2), 143-147. Li, A. and Tucci, R. 2013. Zero Divisor Graphs of Upper Triangular Matrix Rings. Communications in Algebra 41(12): 4622–4636. Liu, C., L Wang, N. M. Goodey, P. Hanoian and S.J. Benkovic. 2013. Temporally overlapped but uncoupled motions in dihydrofolate reductase catalysis. Biochemistry 52(32): 5332–5334. Ma, X., A. Gurung, and Y. Deng. 2013. Phytotoxicity and uptake of nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI) by two plant species. Science of the Total Environment 443(15): 844–849. Meisner, A., W.H.G Hol, W. de Boer, J.A. Krumins, D.A. Wardle and W.H. Van Der Putten. 2014. Plant soil interactions of invasive – exotic plant species. Biological Invasions. Meredith, R. W., J. Gatesy, and M. S. Springer. 2013. Molecular decay of enamel matrix protein genes in turtles and other edentulous amniotes. BMC Evolutionary Biology 13:20. doi: 10.1186/14712148-13-20.

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Meredith, R. W., J. Gatesy, C. A. Emerling, V. M. York, and M. S. Springer. 2013. Rod monochromacy and the coevolution of cetacean retinal opsins. PLOS Genet 9(4): e1003432. doi:10.1371/journal. pgen.1003432 Micić, V., M. A. Kruge, and T. Hofmann. 2013. Variations of common riverine contaminants in reservoir sediments. Science of the Total Environment 458-460:90-100. Milton, K. and J. Giacalone. 2014. Differential Effects of Unusual Climatic Stress on Two Sympatric Primate Species (Cebus capucinus and Alouatta palliata) on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. American Journal of Primatology 76 (3): 249 – 261. Ming, Ray, C. Du, et al. 2013. Genome of the long-living sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn). Genome Biology 14:R41. Monsen-Collar, K., L. Hazard and P. Dolcemascolo. 2013. A Ranavirus-related mortality event and the first report of Ranavirus in New Jersey. Herpetological Review 44(2): 263-265. Mukherjee, A., Vaidya, A. and Yecko, P. 2013. Stability of shear flow of ferro fluids. Magnetohydrodynamics 49(3/4): 505-511. Munakata, M. and A. Vaidya. 2013. Fostering creativity through personalized education. PRIMUS 23:9, 764-775. Munakata, M. and Vaidya, A. 2013. Undergraduate Research: Fostering creativity through personalized education. PRIMUS: Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies 23(9): 64-75. Murray, D., C. Feldman, L.H. Lee and C. Schuckers. 2013. An exploratory study of food safety and food handling: Examining ready-to-eat foods in independent delicatessen operations. Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology, Special Issue: E.coli Theories and Perspectives 4(4A): 430-436. Nagar, R., D. Sarkar, K. Makris and R. Datta. 2013. Inorganic arsenic sorption by drinking water treatment residuals amended sandy soil: Effect of soil solution chemistry. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 10: 1-10. Nagar, R., Sarkar, D., Makris, K., and Datta, R., 2014. Bioaccessibility and Speciation of an Organoarsenical in Drinking-water Treatment Residual Amended Soil: A Long Term Greenhouse Study. J. Hydrol. (In Press: DOI10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.10.013). Nemani S., and Li, A. 2014. Interlace Polynomials of n-claw Graphs, Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Computational Computing 88. Nohomovich, B., B.T. Nguyen, M. Quintanilla, L.H. Lee, S.R. Murray and T.C. Chu. 2013. Physiological effects of nickel chloride on the freshwater cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. IU 625. Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology 4: 10-14. Orejola, N., Passchier, S., and IODP Expedition 318 Scientists. 2014. Sedimentology of lower Pliocene to Upper Pleistocene diamictons from IODP Site U1358, Wilkes Land margin, and implications for East Antarctic Ice Sheet dynamics. Antarctic Science, doi:10.1017/S0954102013000527. Ortiz, J., Nof, D., Polyak, L., St-Onge, G., Lisé-Pronovost, L., Naidu, S., Darby, D., Brachfeld, S., 2013. Late Quaternary flow through the Bering Strait has been forced by Southern Ocean winds, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 42(11), 2014-2029. Oteng F. M, Alo, C.A., and Yidana, S.M., 2014. Groundwater recharge estimates in the Savulugu – Nanton parts of the White Volta Basin, Northern Ghana, The Scientific World Journal, accepted.

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Oufiero, C. E., R. W. Meredith, K. N. Jugo, P. Tran, M. A. Chappell, M. S. Springer, D. N. Reznick, and T. Garland, Jr. The evolution of the sexually selected sword in Xiphophorus does not compromise aerobic locomotor performance. Evolution. In Press. Ou, H., Wei, C., Deng, Y., and Gao, N. 2014. Principal component analysis to assess the efficiency and mechanism for ultraviolet-C/polyaluminum chloride enhanced coagulation of algae-laden water, Water Science & Technology: Water Supply, doi:10.2166/ws.2013.225. In press. Ou, H., Wei, C., Deng, Y., and Gao, N., 2013. Principal Component Analysis to Assess the Composition and Fate of Impurities in a Large River-Embedded Reservoir: Qingcaosha Reservoir, Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts (formerly the Journal of Environmental Monitoring), 15(8), 1613-1621. Ou, H., Wei, C., Deng, Y., Gao, N., Ren, Y., and Hu, Y., 2013. Principal component analysis to assess the efficiency and mechanism for enhanced coagulation of natural algae-laden water using a novel dual coagulant system, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 15(8), 1613-1621. Ou, H., Deng, Y., and Gao, N., 2013. “Integrated principal component analysis of Microcystis aeruginosa DOM and assessment of UV-C pretreatment on cyanobacteria containing water,” CLEAN-Soil, Air, Water, 41, 1-7. Owa, C., M.E., Messina, Jr and R. Halaby. 2013. Triptolide induces lysosomal-mediated programmed cell death in MCF-7 breast cancer cells. International Journal of Women’s Health 5: 557569. Passchier, S., Falk., C. and Florindo, F., 2013. Orbitally-paced shifts in the particle size of the Antarctic continental shelf in response to ice dynamics during the Miocene Climatic Optimum. Geosphere, 9:54-62, doi:10.1130/GES00840.1. Passchier, S., S.M. Bohaty, F. Jiménez-Espejo, J. Pross, U. Röhl, T. Van De Flierdt, C. Escutia and H. Brinkhuis. 2013. Early Eocene to middle Miocene cooling and aridification of East Antarctica. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 14(5): 1399-1410 doi:10.1002/ggge.20106. Pattnaik, N. and A. DiLorenzo. 2013. Comparison of World Trade Center dust with zinc acetate and lead oxide combinations to determine damage to human lung cells. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences 4: 60-65. Pierce, E., Williams, T., van der Flierdt, T., Hemming, S., Goldstein, S., Brachfeld, S., 2011. Characterizing the sediment provenance of East Antarctica's weak underbelly: the Aurora and Wilkes sub-glacial basins, Paleoceanography, 26, 4, doi:10.1029/2011PA002127 Peng, J., Seetharaman, G., Fan, W., and Varde, A. 2013. Exploiting Fisher and Fukunag-Koontz Transforms in Chernoff Dimensionality Reduction. ACM Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data 8(2):8:1-8:25. Petrov, E.G., V.O. Leonov, V. Snitsarev. 2013. Transient photocurrent in molecular junctions: Singlet switching on and triplet blocking. Chemical Physics 1(138): 184709. Pierce, E., Williams, T., van der Flierdt, T., Hemming, S., Goldstein, S., Brachfeld, S., 2011. Characterizing the sediment provenance of East Antarctica's weak underbelly: the Aurora and Wilkes sub-glacial basins, Paleoceanography, 26, 4, doi:10.1029/2011PA002127.

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Pizzigoni, F. and Li, A. 2014. Design of Knapsack Cryptosystems using Fibonacci Numbers. Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Computer, Network Security and Communication Engineering. Pollock, L.L., D. Binkley, D. Lawrie, E. Hill, R. Oliveto, G. Bavota and A. Bacchelli. 2013. 1st international workshop on natural language analysis in software engineering (NaturaLiSE 2013). Proceedings of the 35th International Conference on Software Engineering 1537-1538. Pollux, B. J. A., R. W. Meredith, M. S. Springer, and D. N. Reznick. The evolution of the placenta drives a shift in sexual selection in livebearing fish. Nature. In Press. Pope, G.A., D. Chatr Aryamontri, L.Wu, and T. Renner. 2014. Deterioration of stone and mineral materials from the Roman Imperial Villa of the Antonines at ancient Lanuvium. Proceedings, IAEG 2014: Engineering Geology for Society and Territory Springer. In press. Pope, G. A., 2013. Generating sediment. In Pope, Gregory A. (ed.) and Shroder, John (series editor), Weathering and Soils Geomorphology, Volume 4, Treatise in Geomorphology. San Diego: Academic Press ( Elsevier), p. 284-293. Pope, G. A., 2013. Overview of weathering and soils geomorphology. In Pope, Gregory A. (ed.) and Shroder, John (series editor), Weathering and Soils Geomorphology, Volume 4, Treatise in Geomorphology. San Diego: Academic Press ( Elsevier), p. 1-11. Pope, G. A., 2013. Weathering in the tropics, and related extratropical processes. In Pope, Gregory A. (ed.) and Shroder, John (series editor), Weathering and Soils Geomorphology, Volume 4, Treatise in Geomorphology. San Diego: Academic Press ( Elsevier), p. 179-196. Pope, G.A., editor, 2013. Weathering and Soils Geomorphology. Volume 4, Treatise in Geomorphology. John Shroder, series editor. San Diego: Academic Press ( Elsevier), 324pp. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., Rakshit, S., and Datta, R., 2013. Effectiveness of Al-based drinking water treatment residuals as a novel sorbent for removal of tetracyclines from aqueous medium. J. Environ. Qual. 42: 1449-1459. Punamiya, P. A. 2013. Green remediation of veterinary antibiotics in soil-water systems. Montclair State University, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing 3607612. Punamiya, P., D. Sarkar, S. Rakshit, and R. Datta. 2013. Effectiveness of drinking water treatments residuals as a sorbent to remove tetracycline from aqueous medium. Journal of Environmental Quality 42: 1449-1459. Qian, Y., Gallagher F.J., Feng H., Wu M. and Zhu Q. 2014. Vanadium uptake and translocation in dominant plant species on an urban coastal brownfield site. Science of the Total Environment, 476–477, 696–704. Quazi, S., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R., 2013. Human health risk from arsenical pesticide contaminated soils: A long-term greenhouse study. J. Hazard. Mater. 262: 1031-1038. Rakshit, S., D. Sarkar, E. Elzinga, P. Punamiya and R. Datta. 2013. Mechanisms of ciprofloxasin removal by nanosized magnetite. Journal of Hazardous Materials 246-247,221-226. 41

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Snitsarev,V., M. Young, R.M.S. Miller and D.P. Rotella. 2013. The spectral properties of Epigallocatechin 3-O-Gallate (EGCG) Fluorescence in different solvents: Dependence on solvent polarity. PLOS ONE 8: e79834. Springer, M. S., R. W. Meredith, E. C. Teeling, and W. J. Murphy. 2013. Technical Comment on “The Placental Mammal Ancestor and the Post–K-Pg Radiation of Placentals. Science 341: 613. Stocchi, P.C., Escutia, A.J.P. Houben, B.L.A. Vermeersen, P.K. Bijl, H. Brinkhuis, R.M. DeConto, S. Galeotti, S. Passchier, D. Pollard, and IODP Expedition 318 scientists. 2013. Relative sea level rise around East Antarctica during Oligocene glaciation. Nature Geoscience doi:10.1038/ngeo1783. Stollar, V., V. Mensah, S. Adams and M. L. Li. 2013. Evolution of Sindbis virus with a lowmethionine resistant phenotype is dependent on a pre- existing mutation and on the methionine concentration in the medium. PLOS ONE 10.1371: journal.pone.0060504 . Su, H. 2014. Empirical Likelihood-based Inference for Linear Mixed-Effects Models. Encyclopedia of Business Analytics and Optimization. In press. Susaeta, A., J.C. Chang, D. Carter and P. Lal. 2014. Economics of carbon sequestration under fluctuating economic environment, forest management and technological changes: An application to forest stands in the southern United States. Journal of Forest Economics 20(1): 47-64. Susaeta, A., P. Lal, J. Alavalapati and D. R. Carter. 2013. Modelling the impacts of bioenergy markets on the forest industry in the Southern United States. International Journal of Sustainable Energy DOI: 10.1080/14786451.2013.774003. Suthiwangcharoen, N., Li, T., Wu, L., Reno H.B., Preston, T., and Q. Wang, 2014. A facile coassembly process to generate core-shell nanoparticles with functional protein corona. Biomacromolecules 15 (3): 948–956. Tashpolat, N., J.L. Ding and D.L. Yu. 2014. Analysis of saline soil dielectric characteristics based on correction of Dobson dielectric model and its response to the radar imagery. Journal of Arid Land (In press). Tan, C., Gao, N., Deng, Y., Rong, W., Zhou, S., and Lu, N., 2013. Degradation of antipyrine by heat activated persulfate, Separation and Purification Technology, 109, 122-128. Tan, C., Gao, N., Deng, Y., Rong, W., Zhou, S., and Lu, N., 2013. Degradation of antipyrine by UV, UV/H2O2 and UV/PS, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 260, 1008-1016. Thomas ,D., C. Martin, S. Lettieri, C. Bredlau, K. Kaiser, T. Church, C. Bouchard, S. Heymsfield. 2013. Can a weight loss of one pound a week be achieved with a 3,500 kcal deficit? Commentary on a commonly accepted rule. International Journal of Obesity doi: 10.1038/ijo.2013.51. Thomas, D. 2013. Modelling in clinical nutrition - does it add to patient care? European Journal of Clinical Nutrition doi: 10.1038/ ejcn.2013.16. Thomas, D., C. Bredlau, A. Bosy- Westphal, M. Muller, D. Gallagher, W. Shen, Y. Maeda, A. McDougall, C. Peterson, E. Ravussin and S. Heymsfield. 2013. Relationships between body roundness with body fat and visceral adipose tissue emerging from a new geometrical model. Obesity doi: 10.1002/oby.20408. Thomas, D.M., C.K. Martin, S. Lettieri, C. Bredlau, K.Kaiser, T.Church, C. Bouchard and S.B. Heymsfield. 2013. Response to 'Why is the 3500 kcal per pound weight loss rule wrong?' International Journal of Obesity doi: 10.1038/ijo.2013.113.

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Thomas, D.M., M. Weedermann, B.F. Fuemmeler, C.K. Martin, N.V. Dhurandhar,C. Bredlau, S.B. Heymsfield, E. Ravussin and C. Bouchard. 2013. Dynamic model predicting overweight, obesity, and ex- treme obesity prevalence trends. Obesity doi: 10.1002/oby.20520. Vaidya, A. 2014. MEP and stable configurations in fluid solid interactions, Understanding Complex Systems (Book Series): Beyond the Second Law: Entropy Production and Non-Equilibrium Systems Eds. Dewar R.C., Lineweaver C., Niven R. & Regenauer-Lieb K., Springer Verlag Chapter 13: 257-276. Vanderklein, D.W., Galster, J.C., Scherr, R. 2014. The impact of Japanese Knotweed on stream baseflow. Ecohydrology 7: 881-886. Wang, Z., C. B. Schaaf, A. H. Strahler, M. J. Chopping, M. O. Roman, Y. Shuai, C. E. Woodcock, D. Y. Hollinger, and D. R. Fitzjarrald. 2013. Evaluation of MODIS albedo product (MCD43A) over grassland, agriculture and forest surface types during dormant and snow-covered periods. Remote Sensing of Environment 140: 60-77. Webel, C., Krupa, E. E., & McManus, J. In press. Representations and Misrepresentations of Fraction Multiplication. Teaching Children Mathematics. Wilson, M. K. and Li, A. 2013. Solving Second Order Discrete Sturm-Liouville BVP Using Matrix Pencils. Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics 41(20): 201-214. Wu, M. 2013. Challenges in managing a river on the urban landscape. Proceedings of the Cross-Strait Conference on Water Resources D97-103. Wu, M. and D. Kalma. 2013. A comparative study of wetland vegetation in the Ausable and Boquet River watersheds. Northeaster Naturalist 20(2): 229-254. Wu, M. Potential of Typha as plant candidate for sludge treatment wetlands. GSTF Journal of Ecology. In Press. Wu, M., D. Kalma, and C. Treadwell. Differential assessment of designations of wetland status using two delineation methods. Journal of Environmental Management. In Press. Xiong, W., L. He, Y. Li, H.K. Dooner and C. Du. 2013. Insertion Mapper: A pipeline tool for the identification of targeted sequences from multidimensional high throughput sequencing data. BMC Genomics 14: 679. Xiong, W., L. He, Y. Li, H.K. Dooner and C. Du. 2013. Insertion Mapper: A Pipeline Tool for the Identification of Targeted Sequences from Multidimensional High Throughput Sequencing Data. BMC Genomics 14:679 Xiong, W., L. He, Y. Li, H.K. Dooner and C. Du. 2014. HelitronScanner Uncovers a Large Overlooked Cache of Helitron transposons in many genomes. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. In press. Xu, J., Gao, N., Deng, Y., and Xia, S., 2013. Nanoscale iron hydroxide-doped granular activated carbon (Fe-GAC) as a sorbent for perchlorate in water, Chemical Engineering Journal, 222 (15), 520526. Yang, Y., N. Gao, Y. Deng, and G. Yu. 2013. Removal of perchlorate in water by calcined MgAlCO3 layered double hydroxides. Water Environment Research 85:4, 331-339. Yidana, S. M., Alo, C.A., and Ophori, D., 2014. A preliminary assessment of the hydrogeological properties of sedimentary rock aquifers in Northern Ghana, Journal of Applied Water Engineering and Research, accepted. Yu, D.L. 2014. Understanding regional development mechanisms in Greater Beijing Area, China, 1995–2001, from a spatial–temporal perspective. GeoJournal 79: 195 – 207. Yu, D.L., C.L. Fang, D. Xue and J.Y. Yin. 2014. Assessing Urban Public Safety via Indicator-Based Evaluating Method: A Systemic View of Shanghai. Social Indicators Research 117: 89 – 104. 44

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Yu, D.L., C.M. Morton and N.A. Peterson. 2014. Community pharmacies and addictive products: sociodemographic predictors of accessibility from a mixed GWR perspective. GI Science & Remote Sensing 51(1): 99 – 113. Yu, Q., F.J. Gallagher, H. Feng, M. Wu, and Q. Zhu. 2014. Vanadium uptake and translocation in dominant plant species on an urban coastal brownfield site. Science of the Total Environment 476-477: 696-704. Zhang, G., C. Li, Q. Li, B. Li, D. M. Larkin, C. Lee, J. F. Storz, A. Antunes, M. J. Greenwold, R. W. Meredith, and et al. (93 additional authors). In Press. Comparative genomics reveals insights into avian genome evolution and adaptation. Science Zhou, S., Y. Shao, N. Gao, Y. Deng, J. Qiao, H. Ou and J. Deng. 2013. Effects of different algaecides on the photosynthetic capacity, cell integrity and Microcystin LR release of Microcystis aeruginosa. Science of the Total Environment 463-464: 111-119. Zhou, C., Gao, N., Deng, Y., Chu, W., Rong, W., and Zhou, S., 2012. Factors affecting ultraviolet irradiation/hydrogen peroxide (UV/H2O2) degradation of mixed N-nitrosamines in water, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 231-232, 43-48. Zhou, S., Shao, Y., Gao, N., Deng, Y., Qiao, J., Ou, H., and Deng, J., 2013. Effects of Different Algaecides on the Photosynthetic Capacity, Cell Integrity and Microcystin-LR Release of Microcystis aeruginosa, Science of The Total Environment, 463-464, 111-119. Zhou, S., Shao, Y., Gao, N., Deng, Y., Li, L., Deng, J., and Tan, C., in press, Characterization of algal organic matters of Microcystis aeruginosa: Biodegradability, DBP Formation and Membrane Fouling Potential, Water Research. COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Books Besen-Cassino, Yasemin. 2014. Consuming Work: Youth Labor in America. PA: Temple University Press. Feldman, Anna, Anna Kazantseva, Stan Szpakowicz. Eds. 2014. Proceedings of the European Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL 2014) 3rd Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Literature (CLfL). Lawler, Peter A. and Brian Smith. A Political Companion to Walker Percy, University Press of Kentucky, 2013. Montano, J.J. & Spitzer, J.B. (Eds.) 2014. Adult Audiologic Rehabilitation. Plural Publishing, San Diego, 2nd edition. Roholt, Tiger. 2013. Key Terms in Philosophy of Art. New York: Bloomsbury Publishing. Parashar, Sangeeta and Yong Wang. 2014. Divisions and Integration: The Expansion of Global Capitalism. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing. Ruane, Janet and Karen Cerulo. 2014. Second Thoughts: Sociology Challenges Conventional Wisdom, 6th edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Other Publications CHSS faculty have seen publication of at least 92 articles and 46 chapters in AY14, with all departments active, and many departments especially active; for example, in Modern Languages and Literature, a department of 8 tenure-line faculty, we see publication of 9 chapters and 5 journal articles. These titles suggest the diversity of scholarship produced by CHSS faculty: “The Global Normative Order: International Individual Rights, States and Justice” (Gabriel Rubin, Justice 45

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Studies); “The Monstrous Meal: Flesh Consumption and Resistance in the 19th-Century, European Gothic” (David DelPrinciple, Spanish and Italian); “Strength, but not direction, of hand preference is related to height” (Ruth Propper, Psychology). COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES BOOKS PUBLISHED Lankshear, C., and Knobel, M. (Eds.) (2013). A New Literacies Reader: Educational Perspectives. New York: Peter Lang. Levitt, D.H., & Moorhead, H.H. (2013). Values and Ethics in Counseling: Real-life Ethical Decision Making. Routledge. Taylor, M., & Coia, L. (Eds.) (2014). Gender, Feminism, and Queer Theory in the Self-Study of Teacher Education practices. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. OTHER PUBLICATIONS Doamekpor, L. Amutah, N. Ramos, L. (2013). Fathers Matter: Paternal Age Influences on Infant Mortality. American Journal of Men’s Health DOI: 10.1177/155788313511492. Mendez, D.D., Almario, D.D., Amutah, N., Dubowitz, T., Fabio, A., Abrams, B., Kim, K., & Bodnar, L.M. (2013). Neighborhood and individual socioeconomic determinants of gestational weight gain: implications for racial disparities. Journal of Maternal and Child Health, DOI: 10.1007/s10995-013-1339-1. Grieb S.M.D., Amutah, N., Smith, H,, Hammonds, K., Stowers, J., & Rhodes, S.D. (2013). Preventing HIV through social inclusion using community-based participatory research. In Taket, A., Crisp, B., Goldingay, S., Graham, M., Hanna, L., & Wilson, L. (Eds.). Practicing Social Inclusion. Oxford, England, Routledge. 193-204. Bai, Y., & Wunderlich, S. (2013). Lactation accommodation in the workplace and duration of exclusive breastfeeding, Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health, 58 (6), 690-696. Bai, Y., Wunderlich, S., & Kashdan, R. (2013). Alternative hospital gift bags and breastfeeding exclusivity. International Scholarly Research Network, ISRN Nutrition, Volume 2013 (2013), Article ID 560810, 7 pages http://dx.doi.org/10.5402/2013/560810. Bai, Y., Suriano, L., & Wunderlich, S. (2013). Veggiecation for the love of vegetables. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior,44 (4S), S23-24.

Barnes, N.C. & Urbankowski, D. (2014). Planning, implementing, and assessing an authentic, interdisciplinary task in middle school classrooms. Middle School Journal, May, 8-24. Collins, K., & Broderick, A. (2013). When the light turns blue: Journeying into disability studies guided by the work of Ellen Brantlinger. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 17(12), pp. 1265-1277. Lalvani, P., & Broderick, A. (2013). Institutionalized ableism and the misguided “Disability Awareness Day”: Transformative pedagogies for teacher education. Equity & Excellence in Education, 46(4), pp. 468-483. Broderick, A. (2013). The tale of a reluctant expert witness. In A. Kanter & B. Ferri (Eds.), Righting educational wrongs: Disability studies in law and education (pp. 218-241). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Broderick, A. (2013). I am not of this world, and yet I am in it: A daughter’s/DSE alien’s log of a journey through hell. In P. Smith (Ed.), Both sides of the table: Autoethnographies of educators learning and teaching with/in [dis]ability (pp. 119-133). New York: Peter Lang Publishers. Broderick, A. (2014). “I don’t have a special world for her to live in: She has to adapt to 46

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this one.”: On becoming a renaissance middle-schooler. In S. Danforth (Ed.) Becoming a great inclusive educator (pp. 241-254). New York: Peter Lang. Collins, K., & Broderick, A. (2013). When the light turns blue: Journeying into disability studies guided by the work of Ellen Brantlinger. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 17(12), pp. 1265-1277. Lalvani, P., & Broderick, A. (2013). Institutionalized ableism and the misguided “Disability Awareness Day”: Transformative pedagogies for teacher education. Equity & Excellence in Education, 46(4), pp. 468-483. Broderick, A. (2013b). The tale of a reluctant expert witness. In A. Kanter & B. Ferri (Eds.), Righting educational wrongs: Disability studies in law and education (pp. 218-241). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. Broderick, A. (2013a). I am not of this world, and yet I am in it: A daughter’s/DSE alien’s log of a journey through hell. In P. Smith (Ed.), Both sides of the table: Autoethnographies of educators learning and teaching with/in [dis]ability (pp. 119-133). New York: Peter Lang. Bulkley, K.E., & Travers, E. (2013). Variations on a theme: The shift from distinction to commonality in Philadelphia’s Diverse Provider Model 2002-2008. Journal of School Choice, 7(4). 532-559. Bulkley, K.E. (2013). Conceptions of equity: How influential actors view a contested concept. Peabody Journal of Education, 88(1), 10-21. Barnes, N.C., Fives, H., & Krause, E.S. (2013). Using a Table of Specifications to improve teacher-constructed traditional tests: An experimental design. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, Advance online publication. DOI:10.1080/0969594X.2013.808173.

Young, M.E., Denny, G., Penhollow, T. M., & Donnelly, J. (2014, January). Religiosity and Unsafe and Distracted Driving Behaviors. Health Behavior and Policy Review, Volume 1, Number 1, pp. 58-71(14).

Borders, L.D., Glosoff, H.L., Welfare, L.E., Hays, D.G., DeKruyf, L., Fernando, D.M., & Page, B. (2014). Best practices in clinical supervision: Evolution of a counseling specialty. The Clinical Supervisor, 33, 26-44. doi: 10.1080/07325223.2014.905225 Frick, M.H., & Glosoff, H.L. (2014). Becoming a supervisor: Qualitative findings on selfefficacy beliefs of doctoral student supervisors-in-training. The Professional Counselor (TPC), 4 (1), 35-48. doi:10.15241/mhr.4.1.35 Glosoff, H.L. (2014). Multiple relationship issues in private practice. In B. Herlihy and G. Corey, Boundary Issues in Counseling: Multiple Roles and Responsibilities (pp. 229-237). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association. Goldstein, S. E., & Boxer, P. (2013). Parenting practices and the early socialization of relational aggression. Early Child Development and Care, 183, 1559-1575. Gregory, M. (2013). ΕπιστημολογικέςΕναλλακτικέςστηνΚοινότηταέρευνας [Epistemological Alternatives in the Community of Inquiry] in Theodoropoulou, E. (Ed.) Φιλοσοφία, φιλοσοφία, είσαιεκεί; Κάνονταςφιλοσοφίαμετα παιδιά [Philosophy, philosophy, are you there? Doing philosophy with children]. Zefiri, Greece: Diadrassi Publishers, pp. 53-82. Jacobson, E. (2013). Review of “Adult Literacy in a New Era: Reflections from the Open Book.” (Dianne Ramdeholl). Journal of Research and Practice for Adult Literacy, Secondary, and Basic Education, 2, 2, 109 – 111.

Juniu, S., Shonfeld, M., & Ganot, A. (2013). Examining Technology Integration in Teacher Preparation Programs. Actualidades Investigativas en Educación, 13(3), 1 – 22.

Kennedy, D. (2013). Preface, Philosophy Philosophy Are You there? Doing Philosophy with Children, In Elena K. Theodoropoulou, Ed. (15-23). Athens: Diadrassi. 47

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Kennedy, D. (2013). Developing Philosophical Facilitation: A Toolbox of Philosophical ‘Moves’. In Philosophy in Schools: An Introduction for Philosophers and Teachers, S. Goering, N. Shudak & T. Wartenberg, Eds. New York: Routledge. Kennedy, D. (2013). Epilogue--Becoming Child, Becoming Other: Childhood as Signifier. In Anja Muller, Ed., Childhood in the English Renaissance, 145-153. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier. Knobel, M. (2013). Foreword. In J. Kalman, I. Guerrero & O. Hernández, El profe 2.0: La Construcciónde Actividades de Aprendizaje con Tecnologías de la Información, la Comunicación y el Diseño[trans: Teacher 2.0: Constructing learning activities with information, communication and design technologies. Mexico City: Ediciones Somos Maestros. Lankshear, C., & Knobel, M. (2014). Englishes and digital literacy practices: Social languages in online cultural practices. In B. Street and C. Leung (Eds), Handbook of English Language Studies (451-463). London: Routledge. Lalvani, P. (2013). Eye on the prize: Parents, privilege, and the politics of inclusive education. PowerPlay, 5 (2). Lalvani, P., & Broderick, A. (2013). Institutionalized ableism and the misguided “disability awareness day:” Transformative pedagogies for teacher education. Equity and Excellence in Education, 46 (4), 468-483. Larkin, D. B. (2014). Structures and strategies for science teacher education in the 21st century. Teacher Education & Practice, 27(2). Lee, S., Davis, B., Khaw, L., & Nittolo, A. (2014). Diversity education for future family science professionals: Interactive and reflective teaching implications based on Hollinger’s model. Journal of Family and Environment Research, 52(2), 111-125. Lucas, T., de Oliveira, L., & Villegas, A.M. (2014). Preparing linguistically responsive teachers in multilingual contexts. In A. Mahboob & L. Barratt (Eds.), Englishes in multilingual contexts: Language variation and education (219-230). London: Springer. Lucas, T., & Villegas, A.M. (2013). Preparing linguistically responsive teachers: Laying the foundation in preservice teacher education. Theory Into Practice, 52(2), 989-109. Special Issue: Effective practices of professional development for teachers of culturally and linguistically diverse students, G. Li (Ed.). Sung, M., Chin, M, Lee, J., & Lee, S. (2013). Ethnic variations in factors contributing to the life satisfaction of migrant wives in South Korea. Family Relations, 62, 226-240. doi:10.1111/j.1741-3470.2012.00753.x

Chin, M., Lee, J., Lee, S., Sohn, S., & Sung, M. (2014). Chapter 20: Family policy in South Korea: Development, implementation, and evaluation. In M. Robila (Ed.), Family policies across the globe (pp. 305-318). New York: Springer Science & Business. Liu, H., Leigh, S., & Yu, B. (2014). Comparison of sequence of trunk and arm motions between short and long official distance groups in javelin throwing. Sports Biomechanics, 13(1): 17-32. Leigh, S., Dapena, J., Gross, M., Myers, J., & Yu, B. (2013). Associations between javelin throwing technique and upper extremity kinetics. In T.Y. Shiang, W.H. Ho, P.C. Huang, & C. L. Tsai (Eds.) The 31st International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports, (217). Konstanz, Germany: ISBS. Liou, D., Bauer, K., & Bai, Y. (2013). Investigating attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors related to obesity risk reduction in Chinese Americans. Perspectives in Public Health, 11 pages, DOI: 10.1177/1757913913486874, May 21, 2013

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Liou, D., Bauer, K.D., & Bai, Y. (2013). Investigating obesity risk-reduction behaviours and and psychosocial factors in Chinese Americans. Perspectives in Public Health, published online May 21, 2013. Mahedevan, M., Amutah, N., Ramos, L., Raines, E., King, J., McIntosh, J. & Leverett, C. (2014). Project THANKS: A Socio-Ecological Framework for an Intervention Involving HIVPositive African American women with comorbidities. Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice. Nesteruk, O. (2013). Teaching family science students about immigrant families in the U.S.: A course to reflect the diversity of the immigrant population. Family Science Review, 18(2), 89102. Lu, Y., Marks, L. D., Nesteruk, O., Goodman, M., & Apavaloaie, L. (2013). Faith, conversion, and challenge: A qualitative study of Chinese immigrant Christian marriages. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 44(2), 227-247. Nesteruk, O. (2013). Intergenerational relationships in transnational Eastern European families. National Council on Family Relations Report: Global Families, 58(1), F20-F22. Rasmussen, J., Scrabis-Fletcher, K., & Silverman, S. (2014). Relationships among tasks, time, and student practice in elementary physical education. The Physical Educator, 71 (1), 156-173.

Bratton, S. C., Ceballos, P. L., Sheely-Moore, A. I., Meany-Walen, K., Pronchenko, Y., & Jones, L. D. (2013). Head Start early mental health intervention: Effects of child-centered play therapy on disruptive behaviors. International Journal of Play Therapy, 22(1), 28-42. Li, Y., Su, H., Specchio, J.J., Schrade, J.P., & Unanski, M. (2014) Microwave steamer vs. conventional steamer: utilization in seafood cooking. Journal of Nutritional Health and Food Engineering, 1(1):0003. Spencer, T. (2014). The danger of canonizing research within early childhood literacy policies. Language Arts, 91 (3), pp. 176-182. Spencer, T. (2014). Preschool for all? Examining the current policy context in light of Genishi’s research. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 15(2), pp. 176-184. St. Ours, E., & Scrabis-Fletcher, K. (2013). Implementing active homework in secondary physical education. Strategies, 26 (6), 23-27

Taylor, M., Klein, E. J. & Abrams, L. (2014). Tensions of Re-Imagining Our Roles as Teacher Educators in a Third Space: Revisiting a Co/Autoethnography through a Faculty Lens. Studying Teacher Education, 10(1), pp. 3-19. Taylor, M., Klein, E. J., & Abrams, L. (2014). Shape shifting or becoming third space teacher educators? A co/autoethnographic self-study of mentors and faculty. Studying Teacher Education: A journal of self-study of teacher education practices. Urban, J.B., Hargraves, M., & Trochim, W.M. (2014). Evolutionary evaluation: Implications for evaluators, researchers, practitioners, funders and the evidence-based program mandate. Evaluation and Program Planning, 45, 127-139. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2014.03.011 Urban, J.B., Osgood, N., Okamoto, J., Mabry, P., & Lich, K.L. (2014). Developmental systems science: Extending developmental science with systems science methodologies. In P.C.M. Molenaar, R.M. Lerner, & K.M. Newell (Eds.). Handbook of Developmental Systems Theory and Methodology. New York: The Guildford Press.

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van Eeden-Moorefield, B., & Alvarez, A. (2014, April). The social, legal, and political contexts of queer marriage in the U.S. Journal of GLBT Family Studies. Wunderlich, S. (2013). The Importance of Appropriate Nutrition Assessment and Nutrition Education for Older Adults. Journal of Nutrition Food Science 3: e121. Wunderlich, S.M., Bai, Y., & Chung, S. (2013). The United States Department of Agriculture policies to improve school food quality while protecting the environment. Wessex Institute of Technology, UK.

COLLEGE OF THE ARTS CALI SCHOOL OF MUSIC Elizabeth Brown (Composer-in-Residence) presented a concert in January with Ralph Samuelson (shakuhachi) and Lothar Osterburg (video & models). The performance included A Bookmobile for Dreamers for theremin and video. Heather Buchanan (Professor, Director of Choral Studies) initiated the inaugural Cali Choral Composition Competition. Winning composition Reflection: Innocent Thoughts on Peace by James Conrad Smith (BMus '14) was premiered by MSU Vocal Accord at Weill Recital Hall - Carnegie Hall in March. Competition judges included Morten Lauridsen, Gerald Custer, Blake Henson, Stephen Leek and Tom Shelton. In April, the MSU Chorale collaborated with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Jacques Lacombe. Dr. Buchanan's book chapter "Body Mapping: Enhancing Voice Performance Through Somatic Pedagogy" was published in Teaching Singing in the 21st Century by Springer (hard copy & eBook, May 2014). Robert Butts (Adjunct Professor, Introduction to Music) conducted the premiere performance of Adjunct Professor of Theory/Composition Amy Reich's Suite for Small Orchestra in concert at NJIT (Newark, NJ). Also on the program was the premiere performance of his one-act opera adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe's The Cask of Amontillado. In April, he presented a program Byron and the Romantic Composer at the American Byron Conference, Drew University (Madison, NJ) and conducted the premiere performance of his Symphony No. 1 at the College of St. Elizabeth (Madison, NJ). Also this spring, his one-act opera Mark Twain and the General, composed in 2013, was given a full production by Eastern Opera Company (Bound Brook, NJ). Vincent Carr (Adjunct Professor, Organ) became the Associate Organist and Choirmaster for the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City (NY) in January. Steve Colson (Adjunct Professor, Introduction to Jazz) was mentioned in "Best Jazz Shows in NYC This Month" in the August 2013 Village Voice. In December, he was a panelist for the Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience (Rutgers), NJPAC and Newark Museum celebrating the 50th anniversary of Blues People by Amiri Baraka (NJ Poet Laureate), the first book on Blues/Jazz by an African American. He was interviewed about a festival in 1977 for "Into the Archives with the AACM" (Advancement of Creative Musicians, Columbia U.). George Curran (Adjunct Professor, Trombone) served as faculty artist of Southeast Trombone Symposium at Columbus State University (GA). Karen Driscoll (Adjunct Professor, Voice) performed the title role in G F Handel's Agrippina with baroque orchestra at the Fabbri Mansion in New York City in January. Elizabeth Faidley (Adjunct Professor, Violin) taught at multiple camps and gave masterclasses at schools ranging from Chicago to the Luzerne Music Festival in Lake George (NY). Alan Ferber (Adjunct Professor, Jazz) released a big band recording: Alan Ferber, March Sublime (Sunnyside Records), which was been nominated for a 2014 Grammy award in the "Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album" category. He was the recipient of a 2013 Chamber Music America "New Jazz Works" grant, funded by the Doris Duke Foundation and will be writing new music for his chamber 50

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group, Nonet. He toured extensively with Esperanza Spalding's "Radio Music Society" throughout 2013. The tour culminated in a wonderful performance at the North Sea Jazz Festival in Curaçao. Karen Goodman (Professor, Music Therapy) was selected by the Global Education Center Teaching in English program to teach methodology for higher education at Tianjin University, Tianjin, China during the month of July 2013. She received a career development grant to present "Culture-centered music therapy: Education and Training" at the Conference of the European Music Therapy Confederation (Oslo, Norway, July 2013). Bassists David Kingsnorth (MA '13; Adjunct Faculty, Introduction to Music) and Bill Moring (Adjunct Faculty, Jazz) and were mentioned in the New York Times article "Suburban Jazz Club Attracts Star Lineups" (Phillip Lutz, April 19, 2014). Lisa DeLorenzo (Professor, Music Education) presented a professional development workshop for elementary teachers and music teachers, The Writing Child, at Montclair State University in January. She coordinated the national conference, "Giving Voice to Democracy in Music Education" (June 2014) at the Cali School, which featured keynote speakers who have authored and presented at national and international venues: Dr. Nicholas Michelli, Dr. David Elliott, and Dr. Paul Woodward. Other presenters from across the United States spoke about a collection of topics on teaching music as democratic practice. Jeffrey Kunkel (Associate Professor, Jazz Studies) released his first recording as a leader on the Brazilian music label Delira Música in December 2013. Entitled Meu Coração Brasileiro, the recording features eleven original compositions by Dr. Kunkel, recorded in Rio de Janeiro in 2011 and 2012. The music demonstrates the composer's affinity and admiration for the unique musical culture of Brazil. Ken Lam (Associate Professor, Director of Orchestra) continued his role as Education Conductor of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Artistic Director of the Baltimore Symphony Youth Orchestras, conducting Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's education, outreach and family concerts. Prof. Lam conducted six programs at Brevard Music Center (NC) during the summer of 2013, and also guest conducted at the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, the East Connecticut Region Orchestra and with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (SC). Thomas McCauley (Associate Professor, Director of Bands) hosted and taught at the 7th annual Weekend Wind Conducting Symposium on the MSU campus in November with guest clinician Professor Craig Kirchhoff, Director or Bands and Professor of Conducting at the University of Minnesota. In February, he conducted the MSU Wind Symphony in the opening concert of the New Jersey Music Educators State Conference and also created, organized, and ran three days of concerts, clinics, and reading sessions for the Wind Band Academy portion of the Conference. Dr. McCauley conducted the MSU Symphonic Band in making demonstration recordings for the J.W. Pepper publishing company. In March, he took the MSU Wind Symphony on a tour of the Midwest that included performances in Indianapolis and Chicago. He organized students to take part in a massed-band performance of Berlioz's Grand Symphony for Winds for the annual "Make Music New York" in June. Mary Ann Mumm (Adjunct Faculty, Violin) presented a seminar covering violin solo repertoire for Regional Orchestra auditions for NJ violin teachers for the ASTA/NJ Annual String Symposium; was guest artist for masterclasses at Manhattan School of Music, Princeton University and the Cali School Preparatory Center; offered orchestra/violin sectional coaching for the New Jersey Youth Symphony, Northern NJ Youth Orchestra, NJ All-State Orchestra and NYC Inter-School Orchestra, Hunter College. She served internationally in a summer residency/outreach teaching in the Dominican Republic, Haiti & Jamaica with Youth Orchestras of the Americas/ Global Leaders

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Program; with Filarmonica Joven de Colombia summer orchestral residency in Santa Marta Columbia, and taught with Music for Life International in Jordan at Syrian refugee camps. Darren O'Neill (Assistant Professor, Coordinator of Guitar Studies) hosted and performed in a memorial concert for Dennis Cinelli (1953-2012) in Leshowitz Hall in November. Guest artists included Janet Cinelli, Mary Cherney, John LaBarbera, Mark Wade, and Rex Benincasa. The concert featured original works and arrangements by Mr. Cinelli. From 1989-2011, Mr. Cinelli served as Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Guitar Studies in the music department at Montclair State University. LeAnn Overton (Adjunct Faculty, Voice) lead the Respiro Opera in New York City with an eightday workshop in June 2014. The workshop focused on breath and body awareness for today's singer. Margaret (Peg) Zufall Roberts (Adjunct Professor, Strings Technique) organized the ASTA/NJ Shanghai Quartet Festival at the Cali School in January. Members of the Shanghai Quartet and Montclair State University Artists in Residence, Weigang Li, Yi-Wen Jiang, Honggang Li, and Nicholas Tzavaras coached high school students in performances of Haydn. Marissa Silverman (Assistant Professor, Music Education) published and presented a great deal during AY 2013–14. Publications in which she was an author include: Music Matters: A Praxial Philosophy of Music Education (2nd ed.); "Praxial music education: A critical analysis of critical commentaries" in the International Journal of Music Education; "A conception of ‘meaningfulness' in/for life and music education" in Action, Criticism, Theory. Conference papers include a panel on "Mentoring Minority Faculty" for the College Music Society; "Building a Community for Pre-Service Students of Color" for the National network for Education Renewal; and with Lisa DeLorenzo (Professor, Music Education), "Praxial Music Education: Who, What, How?" for the Cooperating Teahers Conference at Ithaca College. Joseph Smith (Adjunct Professor, Introduction to Music) presented lecture/recitals for New England Piano Teachers' Association, Piano Teachers Forum of New Jersey, Goucher College, and Casa Italiana of New York University, and lectures for New England Conservatory and Pianophoria!. Articles in Clavier Companion. George Spitzer (Adjunct Professor, Voice) performed with his chamber group "Melodeon" in New York City. In October, they performed 19th Century Creole Songs of New Orleans at St. Bartholomew's Church. In January, Melodeon performed "Music of the American Jewish Diaspora, Remembrance and Engagement," a recital including songs by Lezar Weiner and George Gershwin, at Christ & St. Stephen's Church. In April they performed "Master's of the Harmonium," songs by Max Reger and selections from "Threepenny Opera" by Kurt Weill at Church of the Epiphany. Dave Stryker (Adjunct Professor, Jazz) served as Jazz Guitar professor at Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. His new CD Eight Track has been on the JazzWeek radio chart for 15 weeks reaching number 3 for 3 weeks. He was featured in an article in Downbeat Magazine (June, 2014). Composer Joseph Turrin (Adjunct Faculty, Music in Film) was awarded his eighth NJ State Council on the Arts Fellowship in composition. In April he was in residence at the University of Illinois in Champaign/Urbana. The residency culminated with the premiere of his operetta Love Games. The New York Times said about the work: "Mr.Turrin's intricate duets, with their echoes of Weill and Sondheim burst forth with unrestrained panache. All this makes Love Games far more tonic than most summer diversions and certainly something to see." David Witten (Professor, Piano) performed with soprano Elena Mindlina in a Five-city tour of Russia to publicize the launch of new CD, Songs of Nikolai Tcherepnin (Sept-Oct 2013); organized of round-robin performance of Bach's entire Well-Tempered Klavier, Book 2 (Cali School, Oct.2013); 52

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presented lecture/recital at Tufts University - "Tcherepnin Dynasty of Composers" (March 2014); presented lecture/recitals and masterclasses in Porto Alegre, Brazil on "Unpublished Method Book of Chopin" and "Tcherepnin Dynasty of Composers" (March 2014); performed recital/masterclasses on "Piano Music of the Early Twentieth Century" at University of Wyoming Laramie and at University of Chicago (April-May 2014); performaned at Annual Festival of American Liszt Society - James Madison University (June 2014); performed recital at Dorothy Taubman Piano Festival - Cali School of Music (June 2014). ART AND DESIGN Anne Betty Weinshenker is on sabbatical leave during the Spring 2014 semester to work on her next book. She made a presentation on art of the early twentieth century for the Great Horizons program at the Morris Museum in Oct. 2013 and another on Rembrandt in the same place in May 2014. She also provided community service in the form of a series of three lectures on the history of American Art at the Jewish Assisted Living Home in River Vale, NJ. in Feb. and March 2014. Elizabeth Valdez del Álamo Elizabeth Valdez del Álamo published two articles: "Tarragona, lieu de mémoire" and “La rueda de la tumba de Pedro I como diagrama mnemotécnico”. In addition, she presented papers at conferences on “Hearing the Image in the Cloister of Silos”, “Courtly Art and Presence at San Vicente of Frías”, and gave an in situ presentation of the church within the amphitheatre in Tarragona, Spain, for the British Archaeological Association. Professor del Álamo is a member of the Advisory Board for the Romanesque conferences organized by The BAA, and a member of the editorial board of Studies in Iconography, published by the Index of Christian Art at Princeton University. Mimi Weinberg (adjunct Professor) has created a Monument to A.D. Gordon, a pioneering Zionist (1856-1922), and it will on view at the Sculpture Garden of Yeshiva University in New York from May 12-December 28, 2014. Kaled Hameide Published a paper co-authored with Dr. Tarek Abdelhamid (NPS) in the Knowledge Management: An International Journal, Vol.12, Issue 3,(Fall 2013). Submitted work and virtual presentations to international conferences such as:The Global Business, MIS, Economics and Finance Research Conference, Tokyo (July 2013 ) and The 13th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organizations. Vancouver, Canada, (June 2013) simultaneously. Hameide serves as Associate Editor to the International Journal, Paper Reviewer to Journal of Brand Management and The International Journal of Knowledge and Change Management, and he is a committee member to the : European Conference on Social Media,(ECSM),

European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ECIE), & International Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ICIE). His responsibilities include: referee

and paper review as well as run and recommend conference tracks. He is also a book reviewer for Laurence King Publishing Ltd. – UK. Abby Lillethun, together with co-investigator Wendy Gilbert-Simon (PI), Domenica Dominguez, and Prof. Yahui Olenok. Kakehashi Project: Student Creators. Awarded grant for an all-expenses paid 10-day art and design study trip for 12 students and Dr. Lillethun to Tokyo and Kanagawa, Japan in June 2014. Dr. Lillethun has two encyclopedia entries currently in press: “Bricolage,” in The Encyclopedia of Ethnic Clothing in the United States. Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press; and with Welters, Linda, “History of Dress and Fashion,” in Berg Encyclopedia of Fashion, Berg Fashion Library, http://www.bergfashionlibrary.com/. Other activities include conference presentations: “The Photograph and the Fashionable African Male” at the Second International Non-western Fashion Conference. London College of Fashion, UK; and with Welters, Linda, Linda Arthur Bradley, Seunghye 53

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Cho, and Joanne B. Eicher, “A History of World Dress: Part 3” at the International Textiles and Apparel Association. Dr. Lillethun’s speaking engagements included “Celebrating the 1980s: Arnold Scassi,” in the Lecture Series Celebrating 100 Years of the Morris County Museum, Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ, and “The Photograph and the Fashionable African Male” for the Art Lecture Series, Miami University. Dr. Lillethun served as a consultant to the Department of Art, Miami University concerning development of new fashion BFA. Other off campus service includes work for the Costume Society of Americna, including membership on the National Board of Directors, Vice President, Mid-Atlantic Region, Member 2014 Annual Symposium Planning Committee, Cochair of onsite registration, and Editor, 2014 CSA Symposium Abstracts. She also served as Adjudicator, Research Abstracts for the 2014 Annual Meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association and is a Member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Fashion, Style, and Popular Culture. Dr. Lillethun provided comments to New Scientist Magazine (quoted in The Washington Post) on the discovery of the oldest known trousers in Yanghui, China. Lauren Carr published two articles with the Society of Animation Studies, started her scholarship in 3D hair and fur simulation and accepted a position on the Women In Animation Comity. For the fourth time in the past ten years, Best of American Illustration, the largest and most prestigious institution in the country recognizing American illustrators, awarded Scott Gordley one of the best of American illustrations of 2014 for his piece "Afternoon Retreat." The art is published in their annual awards book, Best of American Illustration 33 and includes the year's best art award winners—384 pieces were selected out of almost 10,000 illustrations reviewed worldwide. Gordley also Participated in a group exhibition Fenders & Flashbulbs, JCO Gallery, Los Gatos, CA Klaus Schnitzer published images and words in Bimmer Magazine, including “Peter Nettesheim Collection “; “Evolution of an E36/M3”; “Drivers Dream”; “Grand Coupe”; “More than an M5”; “Coupe de Grace.” He also co-authored words and images for “Grand Touring” Roundel Magazine. Owen Oertling participated in the Greater Newark Mini Maker Faire. He was part of a successful 'Kickstarter campaign that made over $300,000.00, to produce an action-figure, and had a show at 'TT underground' this winter, showcasing all of the different lines of toys produced by 'Four Horsemen Studios,' the company he works on. Nancy Goldring, participated in the number of exhibitions, including Night Tide, Diet Gallery, curated by Jarrett Earnest, Miami, May-July 2014; Maravee Anima, Castello Susans, Sabrina Zannier, curator, Udine Italy, Oct –Dec 2013; Come Together, Sponsored by the Brooklyn Rail, Oct-Dec 2013; Heat, Chaos, Resistance, Radiator Gallery, LI City, Oct-Nov 2013; Photographs and Photobooks, Freemans, Philadelphia, Sept 2013. Goldring also gave a number of public lectures: Department of Architecture (Politecnico di Milano), Oct. 2014; Bruce High Quality Foundation University, “Specific Objects” series, for a collection to be published Fall 2014. She was a panelist at New York Institute of Technology’s event “Metabolism of the City.” Her publications include various reviews for the Architect’s Newspaper, East Coast edition; Hedgehog Review, publications of 2 works, Univ. of Va.; Raritan, 2012-2013 all issues introduced by Nancy Goldring; Collaborative essay with Michael Taussig (Prof. Anthropology, Columbia University) in Occupy: 3 Inquiries into Disobedience, Chicago University Press, April 2013. Photographs by Nancy Goldring. Among the many reviews and articles about her work are: Nancy Goldring a Meravee: La Spiritualita’ Salva gli Artisti, Messaggiero Veneto, Oct.19, 2013; ArtInfo.com: "New Show of Hurricane Sandy-Inspired Art Was Made Possible by the NYFA's Relief Fund," 2_ 6, 2013 http://blogs.artinfo.com/artintheair/2013/02/06/new-show-of-hurricane-sandy-inspired-art-wasmade-possible-by-the-nyfas-relief-fund/; Associated Press: "Exhibitions plumb artistic responses to

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disaster" by Ula Ilnytzky, February 5, 2013 http://bigstory.ap.org/article/exhibitions-plumb-artisticresponses-disaster Catherine Bebout exhibited her work at Howard Gardens Gallery, Cardiff School of Art & Design, Wales, UK. MSU. Curated exhibit of MSU Faculty and MFA student; Trenton City Museum, “Paper Works,” Trenton, NJ. (Curated by Gabriel Romeu & Elise Mannella); Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, “The Hidden Room in the House,” Milwaukee, WI, invitational portfolio exchange exhibition organized by Kathryn Polk, University of AZ, Tucson and Sylvia Taylor, Ithaca College, NY; Zayed University, “Mapping Intersections & Counterpoints” exhibition in Abu Dhabi, UAE, January 2014 (including exhibition catalog, guest lecture and related programming)); and City College of San Francisco, CA, “Bridging the Gap,” February-March, 2014. Jae Yong Kim had two solo exhibition this past year: “I Love Donuts”- Hunterdon Art Museum, Clinton NJ; and “Donut Fields” - Kate Shin Gallery at Waterfall Mansion, New York, NY. Selected group exhibitions include “Feel Life”- Kate Shin Gallery at Waterfall Mansion, New York, NY, in which he also participated as co-curator; “Double Mirror”- American University Museum, Washington, DC; “SALON3.2014”- Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts, Binghamton, NY; “Shiseido & Clé de Peau Beauté Art Show” - Kate Shin Gallery at Waterfall Mansion, - New York, NY; “Art Palm Beach”- Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts, Palm Beach,FL; “Houston Fine Art Fair” - Kips Gallery, Houston, TX; “Korean International Art Fair” - Eugene Gallery, Seoul, Korea (also contributed as co-curator); and “Ode to summer”- Kate Shin Gallery at Waterfall Mansion, New York, NY. Kim gave a number of talks, including a visiting artist lecture at Post University, Waterbury, CT. March 2014; Hunterdon Art Museum, Clinton NJ : and Kate Shin Gallery at Waterfall Mansion, New York, NY Larry Sliker, Adjunct Instructor, has assisted Jim Best-ID, a New Jersey design firm with several packaging and consumer products as well as technical illustration projects in 2014. His firm, Sliker Design is involved with conceptual and piece part development involving hand sketching, computer modeling, photo-realistic illustrations, rapid prototyping models and Adobe Illustrator illustrations. Other recent work includes computer modeling and piece part design for DF-ID, another New Jersey Design firm on a book shelf speaker for Theil Loudspeakers, as well as assisting the design team at BioLite with conceptual design and computer modeling and piece part design for a third world stove Professor John Luttropp was author of the Instructor’s Resources – including Online Resources, Chapter Summaries, Chapter Quizzes and Tests – for the 5th edition of the book “Graphic Design School” by David Dabner, Sandra Stewart and Eric Zempol for Wiley Publishing. He served as a compensated reviewer for the upcoming 2nd edition of “The Production Manual” by Gavin Ambrose and Paul Harris for Fairchild Books AVA. Professor Luttropp served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Art Directors Club of New Jersey, and on the Education Council for the ADNCJ. Professor Martin Greenwald published a revised edition of his book, “Residential Hot Water and Steam Heating: Gas, Oil and Solid Fuels”. Assistant Professor Anthony Inciong served on the Board of Directors for the Art Directors Club of New Jersey and on the Education Council for the ADNCJ. His latest writing appears in the 2013 Typonine typeface specimen entitled Nocturno Type Family. Nikola Djurek, principal of Typonine, is an internationally renowned Croatian typeface designer who published three prior specimens with Professor Inciong: Thema Type Family (2012), Delvard Gradient Type family (2011), and First Typonine Type Specimen (2011). The latter is still available through the University of Amsterdam Library Special Collections (http://bijzonderecollecties.hexspoorwms.nl/EN/webshop/nijhof-en-lee/first-

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typonine-type-specimen/14016&page=). The bulk of the writing featured on Typonine's website (http://www.typonine.com) was also authored by Professor Inciong. Assistant Professor Jun Li was a guest critic for the MFA program at the School of Art, Media and Technology, at the New School in New York City in April of 2014. She was a session contributor and member of the ITP (Interactive Telecommunication Program) summer camp at the Tisch School of Arts, NYU in June of 2014. As a designer, she created the interface of Juniper Edge Interactive Kiosk for Juniper Networks (New York, NY). It was released in Fall 2013. She designed and implemented an animated short “Build Your Future” for Juniper Networks (New York, NY). It was released in March 2014. She designed the interface and logic flow for “Network Threat Alert”, an iPhone App; and the interface and logic flow for “Juniper Networks Timeline” (an interactive touch screen video wall); for Juniper Networks Spotlight Security at Juniper Networks ((New York, NY). These will be released in fall of 2014. Livia Alexander, Adjunct Instructor and Assistant to the Chair, collaborated with Dr. Peter Limbrick at UCSC on presenting Moroccan Mythologies: The Cinema of Moumen Smihi at Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and Tate Modern in London in spring 2014. She also co-curated an exhibition, Customs Made: Quotidian Rituals and Everyday Practices, at Maraya Arts Center in Sharjah, UAE, in March 2014. Her exhibition catalog essay, co-authored with Nat Muller, was published in Harper Bazaar Middle East. Professor Julie Heffernan had solo exhibitions at the Palo Alto Cultural Center in California, the Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA and PPOW Gallery, New York, NY (Oct. 2013). She also participated in a number of group exhibitions, including H-Space Gallery in Bangkok; Gateway Project, Newark, NJ; “Through the Looking Glass,” Friesen Gallery, Ketchum, Idaho; “What Does Love Look Like?” Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ: “Women Choose Women Again,” Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, NC;“ Things Wondrous and Humble, American Still Life,” Gallery 151, New York, NY. Articles about her work include "The Figure Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture - Contemporary Perspectives,” Rizzoli; “Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life,” by Michael Petry; Thames and Hudson, “Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Essays by 40 Working Artists,” edited by Sharon Louden; Intellect Books. Professor Heffernan lectured extensively throughout the year, including a one-week summer painting course at Chautauqua Institution, NY; Panel on “Living and Sustaining a Creative Life” with Will Cotton, Sharon Louden, among others at the Strand Book Store in New York City; Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ; New York Studio School, New York City; Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT; Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA; University of California, Davis; Sacramento State University, Sacramento, CA; Pratt University, Brooklyn, NY; Wake Forest University, Wake Forest, NC; National Academy of Art, NYC – Panel- “Painters on Painting”; New York Academy of Art- New York, NY; Master Class; and Adelphi University, Garden City, NY (Oct. 21) MFA Visiting Critic Eleanor Heartney had artist monographs published on Mira Lehr with Hudson Hills; Mel Chin with Hatje Cantz, and on Santiago Sierra with the Reykjavik Art Museum; co-authored The Reckoning: Women Artists of the New Millennium, with Prestel, who also published a second edition of After the Revolution (also with Prestel). The Reckoning is the 2nd volume of an ongoing series of books on women in contemporary art. After the Revolution is the first and Prestel will publish the third next year. She had the paperback and 2nd editions of Art and Today published by Phaidon. She also wrote many articles for Art in America, and the Brooklyn Rail.

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Assistant Professor Andrew Atkinson exhibited in “Destination Unknown” at MagnanMetz Gallery in Chelsea, New York and in “Sideshow Nation” at Sideshow Gallery in Brooklyn. Associate Professor and Chair, Aissa Deebi, presented a paper about art and social change in postrevolutionary Egypt at a conference at Harvard University titled Art and Society in the Art World. Dr. Deebi is also serving as a curatorial advisor for the Vancouver Biennale 2014-6. His video art installation, The Trial, first featured at the 2013 Venice Biennale, exhibited at the Beirut Arts Center in June 2014. SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA Hugh Curnutt published a peer-reviewed article in Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, and had a book chapter accepted for publication in a peer-reviewed edited collection on food and media studies. His expertise in contemporary celebrity and media history lead to an invitation to write an op-ed on selfies for The Record. Dr. Curnutt successfully taught both core and elective courses, including introducing Youth Culture & The Popular. In addition to these activities, Dr. Curnutt served on a number of committees, participated in school and college events, and performed a range of oversight duties and administrative tasks as area coordinator of communication studies. Roberta Friedman produced a new touch sensitive video installation about Detroit and installed it with 5 other of her works at the Baryshnikov Art Center in NYC in December. While continuing work on the documentary film “Are We Not Men? A Devo Documentary,” which she has been producing and is directed by Tony Pemberton, she consulted on several other very interesting documentaries in various stages of production & post production. She is also developing a low budget narrative feature film that she will shoot in the near future. Friedman also initiated a collaboration with Neil Baldwin, who directs The Creative Research Center, presenting guests at the Film Forum under the rubric of “Cinematic Imagination.” The post screening discussions, where invited filmmakers discussed their original and creative approach to their work, were particularly inspiring to students. Harry Haines continues his work on a unique memoir project that combines his experience as a gay, anti-war soldier in Viet Nam with a critique of combat films and other interpretations of war. He was instrumental in revising the Introductory course to the School’s curriculum with a new emphasis on linking contemporary industrial and technological developments to historical trends and he taught two new courses in the SCM curriculum, Communication, Media and Gender and Media Criticism. Haines fulfilled several important service responsibilities, including coaching the Graduating Senior Speaker and CART Graduating Senior Convocation Speaker, and serving as chair of the SCM’s PAC, the By-laws committee, and as Vice Chair on the President’s Commission on Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, and Diversity. Dick Hinchliffe continues to oversee the transition of WMSC Radio from student club to a fullservice college radio station. He recruited top talent for the 9-member Student Management Team (SMT) and launched new initiatives in news, public affairs, live music, arts, sports and community service. As a result, WMSC is winning awards and being recognized by peers and professional colleagues as an emerging leader in New Jersey’s college radio community. A key to success is the integration of WMSC into TVDM classrooms, especially his Radio Production class where student assignments are designed for broadcast on WMSC. This synergy makes the class an instant newsroom for WMSC, and gives the station a motivated team of writers, reporters and producers during the fall and spring semesters. WMSC continues its mission to serve the students as “the Voice of Montclair State.” Steve Johnson developed and taught two additional courses, Modern Journalism and Media Tech Toolkit this year in preparation for the launch of the new B.A. degree in Journalism. Johnson 57

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participated in two conferences on data journalism, taught a workshop on multimedia, and represented the university on a panel to discuss online journalism. He also chaired a School of Communication and Media committee to hire a new professor of Local Journalism. Johnson continues to serve as the faculty advisor to The Montclarion, Montclair State’s student-run newspaper and web site. He maintains an active blog on current issues in journalism, http://hudsoneclectic.com/. Todd Kelshaw presented “Democratizing Campus/Community Partnerships: The Shift from “Service-learning” to “Engagement-Learning” at the annual convention of the Eastern Communication Association. At the same conference, he served as respondent to the panel “The Confluence of Communication and Climate in the Workplace” and chaired the panel “Community-based Learning in an Age of Confluence: Issues and Applications.” Kelshaw was an active participant in the MSU Community-Based Participant Action Research (CBPAR) Think Tank and followed multiple webinars offered by the Peer Development Network for the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification as an MSU representative. Larry Londino took advantage of a sabbatical to direct a documentary about Newark Montclair’s Urban Residency Teachers program, shooting and directing a series of interviews with key leaders, mentors, and program participants. He also continued his work as part of a Task Force for the USGA’s Archive of African American Golf. He transferred some 32 hours of interviews with AA golfers that will eventually be edited and donated to the oral history project at USGA. In collaboration with Steve Fastook’s (CNBC) remote production class, Londino guided his Sports Broadcasting class to produce a remote broadcast of the MSU-Stockton State baseball game on April 12. In addition to providing play-by-play and color commentary and crewing, students produced nine one-minute packages that were run between innings featuring profiles of players as well as information about Yogi Berra Stadium and the Museum. Londino also produced and hosted an edition of Carpe Diem featuring Dr. Larry Hogan on the publication of his book, The Forgotten History of African American Baseball. Yi Luo published three articles and presented five conference papers at national and international conferences. Dr. Luo’s lead-authored article on organizational change management and leadership was published in the best public relations journal, Journal of Public Relations Research, and represents a seminal work in public relations linking leadership, change, and emotions management. Dr. Luo worked closely with 3 graduate students for their submissions of research work at the Research Symposium at MSU. This was the largest representation from the SCM to date. Dr. Luo also provided strong mentorship to Demitra Calivas for her research paper that was submitted to the NJ Communication Association Conference and won the top graduate student paper. Dr. Luo also served as a judge at the annual New York School Public Relations Association Communications Awards. To strengthen the School’s M.A. program, Dr. Luo is working with her colleagues to restructure the graduate program. Steve McCarthy’s highlight of the year was the creation and launch of the student content website “WiredJersey.com.” This site grew quickly with content produced by students from the News Production course, Sports Journalism courses, WMSC Radio and the “Carpe Diem” public affairs program. Steve brought several students to Austria, Sweden, Jordan and Malawi on reporting and documentary film production trips. In addition, he supervised the taping and editing of many SCM and CART events, many of which ended up on WiredJersey.com. he also assisted Dean Gurskis in bringing production of two pilot episodes of NJTV’s “Treasures of New Jersey” to SCM. This could lead to students producing a regularly scheduled program on NJTV. Christopher McKinley had a most productive year with six articles accepted for publication and five presentations at top national and international conferences. In addition, he launched two new 58

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health communication courses that he had previously designed for the School’s health communication concentration. Finally, McKinley retained an active role on numerous SCM, College, and University committees and initiatives, including the IRB, a College of the Arts Partnership with Atlantic Health Systems, and the highly lauded SCM colloquium series.

Karl Nussbaum’s work was featured in a number of prominent venues this year. “Sleep” was screened at the Greenpoint Film Festival in September 2013 and his video installation ‘Night Blooming Flower’ premiered at the Witteveen Art Centre / Gallery in Amsterdam in October 2013, followed by screenings at the Black Maria Film Festival, the Brooklyn Film Festival, and the Internationales Kurzfilm Festival in Hamburg. Nussbaum was awarded an International Artist residency by M4Gastatelier, Amsterdam for the summer of 2014 and has received invitations for “Hilbert Space” to be performed at the Beijing Intermedia Festival and Jüdische Kulturtage in 2015. Tony Pemberton continues his work as director/writer/executive producer on his feature film, “Buddha’s Little Finger,” which is an adaptation of Victor Pelevin’s Russian best selling novel and is currently in post-production. The film has received 2.1 million euros in funding. Pemberton also continues his work as director/producer on “Are We Not Men? The Devo Documentary 2013” which is the official authorized documentary about the politically misunderstood band DEVO who was the most original voice of the new wave era. The project is in the re-editing stage and will be entered into competition in the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. The project has received extensive media coverage. Pemberton also served as a panelist for the 2012-2013 Princess Grace Awards.

Joel Penney had two peer-reviewed journal articles published this year, along with a third article accepted for forthcoming publication. In addition, he presented peer-reviewed papers at both the ICA and NCA conferences. Penney designed and launched a new upper-level undergraduate course in Globalization, Communication, and Media, and advised two of our graduate students in independent studies on political communication and social media marketing and management, respectively. In terms of service, he continued to contribute to the University Graduate Council’s research efforts by designing a new survey for MSU graduate students and he chaired the SCM Marketing Committee, launching a new social media outreach project (involving SCM accounts for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) as well as the new promotional initiative “The New Jersey High School Media Challenge.” Beverly Peterson was presented with a NJ Senate/Assembly Resolution and a Proclamation from the city of Newark citing the one day conference she co-chaired,“Workplace Bullying: Seeking Solutions” in April, 2014. The event featured labor leaders, legislators, academics, legal representatives for both employers and employees and business consultants. She was also awarded an Honorary Webby for her interactive documentary about workplace bullying, What Killed Kevin and the Best Transmedia/Website award from the University Film and Video Association (UFVA). Peterson continued to present the film in various venues and panels including the "The Last Bully" film series sponsored by the Tucson International Jewish Film Festival in conjunction with the Aurora Foundation of Southern Arizona, The Loft Cinema, and the Fund for Civility Respect and Understanding. What Killed Kevin is now in full educational distribution and, added to noteworthy press it has already received, was recently featured in two articles in Psychology Today. Patricia Piroh is the Executive Producer for approximately 15 Carpe Diem programs, which aired on Comcast and Cablevision. To date, there are over 560 Carpe Diem programs, featuring more than 150 faculty, staff and alumni of MSU. Piroh also served as coordinating producer for the series The Giblin Report, a series that is produced for Assemblyman Thomas P. Giblin (8 programs recorded during Fall). She is a coordinating producer for Destination Montclair, a series produced by the Township of Montclair. Completed projects also include: Completed projects through BMO include:Autism NJ, Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship, Robert McCormick Tribute Video, Mountainside Hospital, Newark Regional Business Partnership, Nail Media Group, Political Live Stream (Barbara Buono Event), TedEx Event, TheShrinks Pilot, Marijuana Debate,Sparks Summit. Marc Rosenweig served as moderator and producer of two panels at the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center. The fall 2013 panel examined the controversy involving the LGBT community in 59

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sports and the anti-gay ordinance in Russia prior to the Sochi Olympics. The spring 2014 panel focused on Women in Sports Media and explored the early experiences of women working in sports. Rosenweig also produced and hosted special “Carpe Diem” shows with content from all the panels and alsoconduct ed interviews with recipients of our Allen B. Du Mont Broadcaster of the Year Award for the Carpe Diem series. In the spring of 2014, as part of the MSU Center for Cooperative Media’s conference on “Innovating the Local News Ecosystem” he moderated a panel on “Embedding Local Journalism: A Case Study”. The panel included two reporters from The Boston Globe, who spent a year embedded in a Boston neighborhood as part of a team that delivered the award-winning multimedia reporting project “68 Blocks.” David Sanders received recognition this year for his teaching, his work in intellectual property education, and various international production projects. In the fall semester he was named as one of the “hottest seats on campus” in an article by TIME magazine. In the spring, he received an Emmy Award at the 57th Annual New York Emmy® Awards as executive producer of the “Copy Kid” animated PSA that encourages young people to respect the rights of creators. The animation, which won best Community/Public Service Award, is part of an innovative education tool that he developed for primary school students. It is designed to teach respect and admiration for creators, inventors and their works. The project was sponsored through a grant from the National Music Council of the Unites States and the Music Publishers’ Association. Sanders also continued international collaborations with colleagues Steve McCarthy and Bev Peterson, and a group of nine students, shooting feature pieces in Amman, Jordan and Malawi, Africa in partnership with NGOs Spiritus Mundi and The World Food Program. Some of this work can be found on the WiredJersey.com. Susan Skoog finished a couple of feature length screenplays, one of which was selected to be workshopped at the Squaw Valley Community of writers, which she also received a grant to attend. In addition to teaching two screenwriting and directing courses this year, she also produced a number of events for MSU with the Montclair Film Festival, the first of which was the Behind the Screen all day symposium in November. The symposium brought a number of well-known film professionals and executives to campus and Skoog oversaw the event’s video production using almost all SCM students as crew. Skoog also organized a very successful networking event for Film alumni with the Montclair Film Festival and coordinated the New Visions from MSU section of the annual festival’s program. The academic year culminated with a 2014 MSU award for Outstanding Education Practices. Larry Weiner’s work with students and clients (the Metropolitan Opera Guild, the John J. Cali School of Music, and Autism New Jersey) rank as the highlights of the 2013/14 academic year. The Cali partnership and the Autism New Jersey fundraiser fall under the Public Relations Student Society of America umbrella, and they firmly establish our chapter as one of the most active and prestigious in the state. In fact, the Autism NJ fundraiser made the front page of the national PRSSA website. Having the Met Guild as a partner adds a wonderful cachet to the school. Larry’s course in the Public Relations concentration – PR Management – into developed strategic PR plans for three clients: Hindsait, a predictive analysis company; Tooth-Pycks, an online dental product retailer; and Eye Candy, a manufacturer of costume jewelry. Most tellingly, those clients came away from their experience extremely impressed with the students’ work. THEATER AND DANCE Randy Mugleston Lighting Designer Old Lyric Repertory Theatre, Logan UT. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and Musical of Musicals, The Musical 60

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Debbie Saivetz Director, El Dragón Dorado (The Golden Dragon). By Roland Schimmelpfennig. Teatro La Llave, Santiago, Chile. May-June, 2014.Incendios (Scorched). By Wajdi Mouawad. Teatro La Llave, Santiago, Chile. January, 2014. [staged reading]. Severed Moon. By Alberto Castillo. Trans. Caridad Svich. Mexico/U.S. Playwright Exchange. Lark Play Development Center, New York. December, 2013. Actor, Exodus: LONEtheater (teatroSOLO). Written and directed by Matías Umpierrez (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Underground Zero Festival, New York. July, 2014. Michael Allen Production Stage Manager for New Jersey Youth Theatre Production of Oklahoma. Erhard Rom, Set Design, Susanna, Still Will Be Heard ,The Scarlet Letter Debra Otte Costume Design, Still Will Be Heard, Kasser Theatre Law of Return, New York premier Ben Merrick, Production Manager for New Jersey Youth Theatre's production of Oklahoma; LED lighting installation for "The Tonight Show" Orlando Set and "The Late Show with Seth Meyers", NBC Studios Judy Evans Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, Draper: The Tempest, The Learned Ladies Summer 2014. Peter Davis, Prod Manager for Development Production of new musical SUPER FLY. Summer 2014; Prepared feasibility studies for: Pulitzer Prize photo exhibit at Columbia University; ACP Producing on MSU Amphitheater Lisa Krizner-George As of the last academic year, from last September 2013, Krizner-George worked on the new Disney musical, Aladdin, in the city. Also designed and built a line of doll clothes for a new doll on the market that was featured at the Toy Fair in Feb. of 2014. After that the most significant project was building the costumes for the Dirty Dancing Tour which opened in D.C. on August 26, 2014. Krizner-George is also the Costume Director for the new opera company in Montclair, The Opera Theater of Montclair, founded and directed by Mia Riker-Norrie. Mary Peterson, Associate Costume Designer, Lion King international tours Jorge Arroyo worked on Moments Defined, Unspeakable , NJ PAC Productions The Wayans Brothers, Gabriel Iglesias, NJN Hispanic Youth, Bill Cosby, The Chieftains and WBGO Jazz. HERE Arts Center productions include Sawbones and The Diamond Eater. Finally, at the Luna Stage, Master Harold and The Boys, Marisol and The High Water Mark.

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I. Major Capital Projects Completed Campus Projects University Hall, a major new academic building ($80 million), was officially opened in March 2006. Opened for classes in spring 2006, this 270,000 square foot facility houses the College of Education and Human Services; office and instructional space, including a dean’s suite; 125 faculty offices; eight specialized learning labs; six department offices; 28 adjunct faculty work stations; the ADP Center for Teacher Preparation and Learning Technology; the Center of Pedagogy; a Literacy Enrichment Center; and the Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children. Classroom space includes eight 100-seat lecture halls and 29 classrooms with 30 to 40 seats. A Conference Center on the 7th floor of the building, providing panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline, accommodates groups of up to 500 persons. Also, all network operations and the University’s data center as well as training classrooms, offices and workstations for the Office of Information Technology are housed in the facility.

In April 2006, Montclair State University hosted the grand opening celebration for The George Segal Gallery. Located adjacent to the Alexander Kasser Theater Complex, the 7,200-square-foot Gallery is the only gallery space named for Segal in the world. George Segal's sculpture, Street Crossing, was installed on The Alexander Kasser Theater plaza in anticipation of the opening.

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Construction of a new 77,000 square foot student recreation center ($23 million) was completed in March 2008. The Recreation Center features a six-lane swimming pool, locker rooms, two-court gymnasium with elevated running track, two racquetball courts, strength and cardio training areas, offices and a snack bar. The new facility is located at the Northern end of the campus between Blanton Hall and the Yogi Berra Museum. Modern state of the art exercise equipment has been installed in the exercise areas which are located on the first and second floor. The second floor treadmills provide the user with a breathtaking view of the New York City skyline

The John J. Cali School of Music is an adaptive re-use project that transforms a former dormitory and classroom building into a state-of-the-art teaching, practice and performance facility. Opened for classes in fall 2009, the School of Music creates a new “gateway” building for the campus. Built in 1928 in the Spanish Mission Style, the building originally known as Chapin Hall served as a dormitory until a later renovation transformed it into a classroom and departmental office facility. In 2005, the University commissioned Hillier Architecture to renovate and expand the original structure to establish a new home for the John J. Cali School of Music. The facility includes a 250-seat recital hall; teaching studios; music practice and rehearsal rooms; and faculty offices. Another goal of the project is to achieve a rating under the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Sustainable Design Rating System.

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Reopened in fall 2009 following extensive renovation, Panzer Gymnasium (approximately 70,000 gross square feet) received upgrades to the competition gym, a new building entrance (façade) on College Avenue, interior upgrades, a new electrical system, and extensive upgrades to the present HVAC system.

CarParc Diem A 5-1/2 story parking structure opened in fall 2010. Located adjacent to Floyd Arena, the structure utilizes existing site conditions to provide approximately 1,100 parking spaces with a net gain of approximately 850 parking spaces. Design queues are consistent with the University’s Spanish Mission Style. Advanced design elements allow for future sustainable actions to occur paralleling the activities with University Hall and the United States Green Building Council.

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Frank Sinatra Hall Opened for occupancy in fall 2010, Frank Sinatra Hall is a 309 bed, 88,655 sq. ft., residence hall designed to meet the needs of the modern higher education student. The upper floors of the six story building each house between 45-50 sophomores in six to eight bed suites, and provide a lounge that promotes social activity among residents. The first floor includes an entry foyer, community resident director suite, three additional bedroom suites, building storage and mechanical, and a multipurpose room to hold both social and academic events. Interior space planning is designed to meet the needs of students who might be physically challenged. The design calls for minimum energy consumption and maximum maintenance efficiency, while blending with the Spanish Mission architectural style inherent to the campus.

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feet of dining space on the northern portion of campus in what were formerly parking lots 22 and 23. The developer of this project was Capstone Development of Birmingham, Alabama.

College Avenue Promenade Project The College Avenue Promenade Project was completed in 2011. The scope of work included new

landscaping, lighting, road curbing, sidewalks and site utilities in the area between Normal Avenue and the Red Hawk Deck. Also included within the parameters of the project was the reconstruction of the historic quad area between Chapin, Freeman and Russ Halls.

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Conrad J. Schmitt Hall Renovation The renovation of Conrad J. Schmitt Hall (formerly Finley Hall) was completed in spring 2012. The newly renovated building houses the departments of Linguistics, Modern Languages, and Spanish and Italian. It also houses state-of-the-art multimedia laboratories, including a multi-platform “newsroom of the future,” and is the new home of the University’s radio station, WMSC-FM. Working journalists will be housed alongside student learning areas in Schmitt Hall, providing additional opportunities for teaching, mentoring, and collaboration. The University’s recently announced partnership with New York Public Radio (NYPR) to make Montclair State the headquarters for NYPR’s New Jersey Public Radio News is just such a collaboration, and it follows the recent partnership between Montclair State University and New Jersey’s public television network, NJTV. NJTV began broadcasting its nightly news program, NJ Today, from the University’s DuMont Television Center in December 2011, and the University now serves as headquarters for the network’s news division. Schmitt Hall is also home to the Red Hawk Mathematics Learning Center (RHMLC) and the Schmitt Language Center (SLC). The RHMLC provides an innovative and exciting computer-aided, “emporium-style” approach to mathematics education that combines classroom instruction with user-friendly mathematics technology. The SLC offers a Free-Access Language Lab with large screen computers for collaborative pair work, separate video recording and viewing rooms, and distinct Digital Language Lab and Macintosh Lab classroom areas.

Combined Heating, Cooling, and Power Project Montclair State University’s new environmentally friendly combined heating, cooling and power (CHCP) plant is now fully operational as of September 3, 2013.

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The new facility provides the 250-acre campus with cost-effective and energy-efficient delivery of steam for heat, chilled water for air conditioning, and natural gas-fired generation of electricity through a new underground energy distribution system. The system provides Montclair State with 100 percent of its steam requirements and approximately 75 percent of its electricity needs. The state-of-the-art CHCP facility is Montclair State’s second public-private partnership construction project – after The Heights, completed in 2011 – facilitated by the 2009 New Jersey Economic Stimulus Act. The University’s partner in the $90 million CHCP project is Energenic LLC, a leading developer and owner of combined heat and power systems. Energenic is a long-term partnership between DCO Energy LLC and Marina Energy LLC, which is a subsidiary of South Jersey Industries.

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Current Campus Projects Center for Environmental and Life Sciences (CELS) The new Center for Environmental and Life Sciences (CELS) project is being designed to include 90,000 to 100,000 gross square feet of new academic and research space and associated development on the site of McEachern Hall. This new facility will consolidate and foster a new identity and hub of activity for the University’s science programs. Key components of the CELS program include: seven trans-disciplinary research lab group suites, six core research labs, a large lecture hall, five office suites, and lounge/study areas for students. New School of Business Building The new School of Business is a six-story, 143,000 square foot structure located adjacent to University Hall. The facility will house instructional spaces, administrative offices, conference and seminar rooms, departmental suites, group study rooms, large common lobby and lounge spaces, a café, and an open (surface) parking lot. The lower level of the building houses academic classrooms and a limited amount of parking. A separate entrance from the covered parking area brings visitors to a lobby that provides elevator access to the floors above or a master staircase which leads to the cafeteria or the building atrium on the first floor. Entrance to the first floor is either from the upper quad through the main lobby or from the lower level master staircase. The building is designed around a central atrium which connects the remaining five floors with a monumental stair. The first and second floors are designed to create a dynamic, energetic feel that supports student needs and services. The purpose of these floors is to create a series of transparent and semi-transparent spaces where student and faculty can meet and intermingle, accomplished via the use of wood-framed glass doors and window systems. Surrounding the atrium on the first floor are a series of small group study rooms, the Student Services Suite, the Executive Education Multi-Purpose Room, a large lecture hall and student lounge. The atrium on the second floor is ringed by additional small group study rooms and the graduate lounge all of which have large windows overlooking the floor below. Floors 3 through 5 incorporate a mix of academic offices and classroom areas clustered into distinct zones and separated by department offices, and seminar and conference rooms. The design of the building complements and draws from the Spanish Mission architectural design vocabulary used in University Hall. The building will exemplify the University’s commitment to sustainable design and its intent to achieve a Silver LEED rating. Audio/Visual and technology systems shall be designed as an integral part of the building’s infrastructure to help support the teaching curriculum.

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Technology Improvements New Administrative Computer Systems Montclair State University is upgrading and improving its current enterprise administrative computer systems which house student, employee, and finance data. The project, known as OneMontclair, involves implementation of the Oracle PeopleSoft Financial Management System, the Ellucian Banner student system, and the Workday Human Capital Management employee system. In addition, the University will identify and implement an integrated data warehousing and business intelligence solution appropriate for our planned, “best of class” approach to enterprise systems. Wireless Local Area Network The University continues to improve upon the technology infrastructure and resources available to the University community to ensure they are able to effectively carry out the University’s teaching, learning and research mission. The University is upgrading its wireless network infrastructure to the high speed, backbone class 802.11n protocol and expanding the coverage to ensure pervasive access to the University’s information resources throughout the campus. This $5 million project will ensure that members of the University community have wireless service in every residence hall, academic space, and administrative building. Coverage will extend to all outdoor areas, including parking lots and garages.

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Economic Impact Report 2012-13

President’s Message

Montclair State University takes great pride in the caliber and commitment of its students and the quality and breadth of the education it provides them. Montclair State’s many thousands of graduates have gone on to lead purposeful and productive lives and have contributed to society in innumerable ways. Its distinguished faculty continues to make important contributions in scholarship and research in fields relevant to the state and the larger world.

Dr. Susan A. Cole

While the University exists for these educational purposes, it also makes an additional positive and direct contribution to the economy and quality of life of the state and the region. Montclair State employs thousands of people, makes voluminous purchases from state vendors and attracts tens of millions of dollars in out-of-state funding. In recent years, the University has experienced significant growth in enrollments, an expansion of academic programs, and the addition of new and renovated facilities. In short, we are running a bigger and better university than we were just a few short years ago, and these advances have enabled us to contribute even more to New Jersey. Going forward, we are determined to ensure that Montclair State continues to be an outstanding educational resource and engine of growth for New Jersey and the nation.

2012-2013 Economic Impact Report Montclair State University takes pride in its rich history of bold educational innovation and vital service to the state. Although the University’s core mission lies in higher education, it is also an integral part of the New Jersey economy and a steady driver of its growth. In fact, Montclair State’s impact extends well beyond its students and employees to create income and employment for thousands of people throughout the state, many of whom have no direct connection to the University. Now more than ever, when our state and nation continue to confront serious economic challenges, this tangible economic benefit makes Montclair State an exceptional investment for New Jersey.

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2012-2013 Highlights 8,014 New Jersey jobs were attributable to Montclair State in 2012.

• The amount of economic activity traceable to Montclair State ($354.1 million) was more than three and a half times its total state funding ($99.4 million) in 2012. •M  ontclair State accounts for a large and growing number of jobs. Including both jobs at the University and those that result from its in-state expenditures, 8,014 New Jersey jobs were attributable to Montclair State in 2012. To meet expanding student enrollments, the number of full-time faculty and staff positions rose 43% between 2000 and 2012. • Montclair State supports New Jersey vendors, making more than 87% of its $89.8 million in purchases from in-state vendors. • Montclair State brings significant amounts of money into New Jersey, attracting almost $41 million from out-of-state sources in 2012. • Montclair State has expanded to meet the state’s educational needs, boosting undergraduate enrollments by almost 42% and graduate enrollments by more than 19% since fall 2000.

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• The skills Montclair State provides its students stay in New Jersey. About 91% of students who have earned degrees since 2000 still live and work in New Jersey. • Montclair State achieved all these positive outcomes as New Jersey’s share of the University’s total revenue declined from 55.2% in 1995 to 23.4% in 2012. Just between FY00 and FY12, the University’s state allocation per full-time-equivalent student plummeted by almost 47% from $4,669 to only $2,490.

About 91% of students who have earned degrees since 2000 still live and work in New Jersey.

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Training a Work Force New Jersey cannot compete economically without a sophisticated work force, but it ranks a disappointing 46th in the nation in seats in public, four-year institutions of higher education per high school graduate. As a result, New Jersey is far and away the largest net exporter of college students in the United States. In the fall of 2010, of the 100,778 freshmen from New Jersey enrolled in degree-granting institutions, 34,995 students, or almost 35%, enrolled in out-of-state institutions. Their loss to New Jersey was not replaced by a comparable number of students from other states. Many of these expatriates never return to live or work in New Jersey, thereby denying the state the benefits of their intelligence, energy and ambition. With its knowledge-driven economy, New Jersey has no choice but to increase capacity in its historically under-built system of higher education.

life enhancements, including: a 67% increase in classrooms, laboratories, and specialized academic facilities and a 122% increase in on-campus housing for students since 1999; a new performing arts center and art gallery; a new student recreation center; a renovated athletic center; new parking facilities; and extensive improvements to campus technology and infrastructure. The new Heights residence complex was honored for its contribution to the state’s economic recovery and was recognized as the state’s Leading Public-Private Partnership project by the New Jersey Alliance for Action. As a result of an expansion of the University’s degree offerings, in the fall of 2012, Montclair State offered 57 distinct bachelor’s degrees, 40 master’s degrees and 6 doctoral degrees. If concentrations are included, the count rises to 120 different bachelor’s and 83 master’s degrees.

The second largest university in New Jersey, Montclair State has been doing its part to address this grave problem. From 2000 through 2012, it conferred 31,102 baccalaureate and 9,787 graduate degrees. The University has served comparable numbers of non-degree students. During those same years, non-degree undergraduate enrollments in the fall and spring totaled 5,772; visiting summer enrollments amounted to 11,788; and non-degree, post-baccalaureate enrollments in the fall and spring numbered 31,599.

Montclair State is a true opportunity university. In the fall of 2011, 42% of freshmen were minority students. In the fall of 2010, more than 38% of freshmen estimated that their family income was below $50,000. Also, only 38% of their fathers and 43% of their mothers had earned a college degree, so many students were the first member of their family to attend college.

Montclair State has been growing. Between fall 2000 and fall 2012, it boosted undergraduate enrollments by almost 42% and graduate enrollments by more than 19%. Now enrolling 18,382 students, the University granted almost 84% more degrees in 2012 than it did in 2000. The University’s growing reputation has brought an even swifter increase in applications. The College Board reports that Montclair State is the second most popular destination of New Jersey students’ SAT scores. In 2012, Montclair State received nearly 12,500 applications for 2,207 places in its freshman class, double the number of applications it received a decade ago. More than 4,000 students applied to transfer to the University, another increase of 100% over ten years. This very significant increase in educational opportunity for New Jersey students has been supported by significant academic and campus

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Although it attracts growing numbers of out-of-state applicants, Montclair State’s primary contribution is to the human capital of New Jersey, amply repaying the state for its investment in their education. Of students who earned degrees since 2000 for whom data is available, 91% live in New Jersey. Of the total of 105,647 living graduates for whom data is available, 79% still reside in New Jersey. The skills of many of these graduates would have been lost to New Jersey if they had attended out-of-state universities.

Montclair State Graduates Live and Work in New Jersey

Quality Gets Noticed Getting beyond the numbers, outside observers have repeatedly called attention to the quality of the education offered by Montclair State:

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• U .S. News & World Report continues to rank our graduate teacher preparation program as one of the top 20 in the nation, and it once again named Montclair State a top-tier regional university.

• U .S. News & World Report ranked Montclair State’s graduate programs in elementary and secondary teacher education in the top 20 in the nation. The report also ranked Montclair State in the top tier of Northern Regional Universities.

• The U.S. Department of State recently recognized Montclair State as a “Top Producer of U.S. Fulbright Scholars.” This year, with 11 new international Fulbright students choosing to pursue their graduate studies at Montclair State, the University has 26 Fulbright students on campus for the 2012-2013 academic year, the most in its history. • The magazine Diverse Issues in Higher Education ranked Montclair State in the top 2% nationally as a producer of undergraduate degrees for minority students. • For the 15th year in a row, The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine named the University as one of the “Top 100 Colleges for Hispanics” in the nation, giving Montclair State the highest ranking in New Jersey. • For the fourth consecutive year, G.I. Jobs magazine included Montclair State in its list of “Top 100 Military Friendly Schools.” • Montclair State’s Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health received a $1.5 million grant to establish a Center of Excellence to coordinate all autism research funded by the Governor’s Council for Medical Research and Treatment of Autism. • Montclair State University and New York Public Radio (NYPR) have entered into a partnership that makes the University the headquarters for the news bureau of NYPR’s recently-created New Jersey Public Radio. • The Princeton Review included our School of Business in its 2012 edition of The Best 294 Business Schools. • Montclair State was once again included in The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges and Sierra magazine’s list of “Coolest Schools” as one of America’s most environmentally responsible and forward-looking institutions of higher education.

• Montclair State was one of 12 colleges and universities — and the only academic institution in New Jersey — selected to participate in a National Genomics Research Initiative by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and its Science Education Alliance. •D  iverse Issues in Higher Education magazine ranked Montclair State in the top 2% of all schools as a producer of undergraduate degrees for minorities. The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine placed the University on its “Top 100 Colleges for Hispanics” list for the 14th year in a row, awarding Montclair State the top ranking in New Jersey. • For the third consecutive year, G.I. Jobs magazine awarded Montclair State the designation of “Military Friendly School.”

2010 • U .S. News and World Report included Montclair State on its list of “Best Business Schools.” The Princeton Review also named Montclair State “A Best Business School.” • T he nonprofit Education Trust labeled Montclair State a “Top Gainer” and listed it among the top 25 public four-year colleges and universities in the nation for its improvements in minority graduation rates. Montclair State was the only New Jersey institution to break into the top 25. The University was also ranked in the top 25 nationally in a companion report of “Top Gap Closers,” which listed those institutions that were most successful in closing the gap between the graduation rates of minority and non-minority students. •M  ontclair State was the only state college in New Jersey to make Sierra magazine’s list of “Coolest Schools,” which recognizes America’s most environmentally responsible and forward-looking colleges and universities. Montclair State was also included in the first release of The Princeton Review’s Guide to 286 Green Colleges.

Sources of Montclair State Students Fall 2012

Montclair State draws students from an ever-widening geographic base. In the fall of 2012, although close to 29% of all students hailed from the University’s home in Essex and Passaic Counties, 38% came from the rest of northern New Jersey (Bergen, Hudson, Morris, and Sussex Counties), more than 20% from central New Jersey, and 7% from the south of the state. Every one of New Jersey’s 21 counties was represented. The 5.6% of students who came from elsewhere were particularly diverse: 33 states and the District of Columbia and 86 foreign countries were represented, with the largest international contingents coming from China (86), India (48), and the Republic of Korea (55).

Montclair State has earned accreditation from 12 different agencies, including the most prestigious accreditation agencies in the fields of business, the arts, teacher education and audiology. In August 2012, the Middle States Association gave an overwhelmingly positive review of the University’s mid-term Periodic Review Report in support of its regional accreditation. Reviewers noted that the University’s “student-centered philosophy” is evident in its attention to affordability and to issues of student advising. They commended the University no less than seven times for its strategic planning, assessment, technology, budgeting, and student service programs. The Middle States report concluded that the “President, faculty, administration, students, Trustees, and community partners of Montclair State University will move through the challenging landscape of the 21st Century successfully to sustain their strong institution and to provide increasingly engaging opportunities for their students.”

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Collaboration with the Corporate Community Companies need employees who can communicate, solve problems, and continue to learn in response to evolving economic and social conditions. Montclair State’s Center for Career Services and Cooperative Education offers programs designed to produce just such graduates. Between June 2005 and fall 2012, 2,882 students worked an average of 34.5 hours per week for more than 1,395 organizations in special internship and cooperative education programs. While students gained hands-on experience, they provided their labor and ideas to such well-known (as well as numerous smaller) institutions as: A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. ABC News, Good Morning America ABC NewsOne Albert Einstein College of Medicine All My Children American Cancer Society Ameriprise Financial Services Anthropologie Apple Montessori Schools Applebee’s Armani Exchange Atlantic Health System Atlantic Records Avalon Publishing Group Avis Budget Group Bally Total Fitness Barclay’s PGA Tour Barneys New York BASF Corporation Bauer Media Group Bayer HealthCare BBDO Bear Stearns Bellevue Hospital Center Bergen County Health Department Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Berlex Laboratories, Inc. Best Buy/Geek Squad BET Networks Billboard magazine Bleecker and Sullivan Advertising Bloomingdales Cablevision Capitol Records Cardinal Health Healthcare Marketing Care Plus NJ, Inc. Catholic Charities CBS News CBS Sports Cendant Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey Cesna Group Charlie Brown’s Chili’s Southwest Grill & Bar Chubb Group of Insurance Companies Citigroup Classic Rock 102.9 CNBC CNN New York Coach Colgate-Palmolive Company Columbia University Commerce Bank Community Food Bank of New Jersey Conde Nast Publications Cosmopolitan magazine Costco Wholesale County of Middlesex Public Health Courtyard by Marriott Covenant House – New Jersey Crane’s Mill Retirement Community Crowne Plaza CVS Pharmacy Dan Rather Reports Daughters of Israel Deloitte & Touche

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Disney Worldwide Services, Inc. Donna Karan International Drug Enforcement Agency Duff & Phelps, LLC EMI Music North America Englewood Hospital and Medical Enterprise Rent-A-Car Entertainment Tonight /Insider Ernst & Young, LLP ESPN Radio 1050AM Esprit Essex County Hospital Center Extended Stay Hotels Fair Isaac Corporation Fairlawn Health Center Family Circle Fort Lee Police Department Fox News Channel Fred Astaire Dance Studios GNC Gold’s Gym Good Housekeeping Guiding Light (CBS) Hampton Inn & Suites Harrah’s Entertainment Inc. HealthCare Institute of New Jersey Hearst Magazines Hilton Short Hills Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine Holy Name Hospital Homewood Suites Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ Houlihan’s ITT John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Kenneth Cole Productions King World Productions KPMG L’Oreal USA La Quinta Inns & Suites LabCorp of America Lea & Perrins, Inc. Liberty Health Liberty Science Center Lifetime Television (NY) Liz Claiborne, Inc. Louis Vuitton North America Madison Square Garden Network Maimonides Medical Center Major League Baseball March of Dimes Marriott Vacation Club International Marvel Comics MBNA Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center Mellon Financial Mercedes-Benz USA Merck & Co. Inc. Merrill Lynch Metropolitan Opera Guild Miramax Montclair Public Schools Montclair YMCA Montel Williams Show Moody’s Corporation

Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Mountainside Hospital Movado Group, Inc MSNBC National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences National Organization for Women NBA NBC Sports NBC Universal Neiman Marcus Nets Basketball New Jersey Business magazine New Jersey Jackals New Jersey Network (NJN) New Jersey Performing Arts Center New Jersey Sports & Exposition New Jersey State Police New Jersey Symphony Orchestra New Line Cinema New York Giants New York Life New York Red Bulls New York Sports Club Newark Beth Israel Medical Center Newark Liberty International Airport Newark Public Schools NFL Films New Jersey Department of Corrections New Jersey Performing Arts Center NJTV Northwest Airlines Norwegian Cruise Line America Novartis Pharmaceutical Corp. NY1 News NYC Board of Education NYU Medical Center Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide Oppenheimer & Co., Inc. Outback Steakhouse Overlook Hospitals Oxygen Media Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office Passaic County Superior Court Pathmark Pharmacy People magazine Pfizer, Inc. PGA Tour Polo Ralph Lauren PriceWaterhouse Coopers LLP Progressive Prudential Financial Public Relations Society of America Radio Disney 1560 AM Ralph Lauren Childrenswear Rasmussen Reports Rite Aid Pharmacy Robert Wood Johnson University Roche Saint Barnabas Medical Center St. Joseph’s Healthcare System Scottrade Seventeen magazine Shop Rite Supermarkets, Inc. Showtime Networks Siemens Corporation SIRIUS XM Radio

Six Flags Great Adventure Smith Barney, Inc. Sodexo Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Inc. Sony Pictures Sports Authority Sports Radio 66 WFAN Standard & Poor’s Standard Chartered Bank Staples, Inc. Sundance Channel Superior Court Of New Jersey – Essex Superior Court Of New Jersey – Bergen Target TGI Friday’s The Colbert Report The Conference Board The Daily Show with Jon Stewart The Donna Karan Company The Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. The Martha Stewart Show The NASDAQ OMX Group Inc. The New York Times The Rachael Ray Show The Salvation Army The View The Weinstein Company Time Warner Cable TriStar Studios U.S. Department of State U.S. District Court of New Jersey UBS Financial Services, Inc. United Airlines United Health Group United Nations United Parcel Service Universal Music Group Universal Pictures USA Today Valley National Bank Verizon Wireless Versace Viacom /Viacom Media Networks/MTV Virgin Mobile USA WABC-TV Walgreens Pharmacy Walmart Walt Disney World Resort Warner Music Group WCBS-TV Wegmans Wells Fargo Securities, LLC Westchester County Forensic Laboratory Western Union Westwood One Radio Sports Whole Foods Market Whoop, Inc. WINS 1010 WPIX-TV /CW11 WPLJ FM Radio 95.5 Wyeth YMCA of Greater Bergen County Yogi Berra Museum Z100/WHTZ Radio

As Montclair State’s Mission Statement declares, “The University will serve as a center for the creation of new knowledge and for the development of innovative applications of existing knowledge.” Given Montclair State’s growing collaboration with industry, its experience sponsoring highly regarded conferences focusing on issues related to business and the environment, and the breadth of expertise represented by its faculty, the University is a major resource supporting the New Jersey business community. Not only do businesses consult faculty members on topics ranging from economic forecasting to forensic accounting, but students themselves advise local companies. The PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies was founded in 2009 to play a transformative role in cross-disciplinary research and education to address the sustainability issues of our time. The mission of the Institute is to conduct research, education and outreach to balance preservation of the Earth’s life-support systems with the production of sustainable goods and services. The Bristol-Myers Squibb Science Teaching and Learning Center houses Montclair State’s Professional Resources in Science and Math (PRISM) program, which helps numerous school districts improve science and mathematics teaching by designing professional development programs. PRISM scientists, educators and classroom teachers are content-area specialists in curriculum, professional development and pedagogy. PRISM is also home to an interactive science broadcasting program for K-12 students, “The Rainforest Connection Live,” a collaborative venture with the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama and the New Jersey Education Research and Education Network. Generously funded by grants from Roche and Merck, the Science Honors Innovation Program (SHIP) is a research-intensive program for undergraduates majoring in one of the disciplines of the College of Science and Mathematics. Because SHIP provides financial support for student research, travel to conferences and workshops, summer stipends, and scholarships, it is an unparalleled opportunity for undergraduates to get involved in the research community, get a head start on graduate school, and compete for awards, fellowships and admission to doctoral programs. The Novartis Graduate Fellows program recruits the best graduate students with a focus on programs that would steer them to the pharmaceutical industry and covers the full cost of tuition for a master’s degree plus an annual research stipend. The Sokol Institute for Pharmaceutical Life Sciences is home to a research partnership with Celgene

Corporation to identify new drug targets for treating neglected parasitic diseases like river blindness and elephantiasis. These diseases affect the lives of over 120 million people and place over one billion people at risk of infection in endemic areas. Dupont has made a major award to Montclair State to sponsor research in environmental remediation. The Battelle Memorial Institute has opened a regional office on the campus of Montclair State to house the Battelle Environmental Assessment & Monitoring Section of its Environmental Solutions product line. SIROM Scientific Solutions is an incubator company located at Montclair State specializing in cost-effective, environmentally friendly solutions to problems of environmental contamination. TechLaunch, an investor-led technology accelerator, partnered with the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Casabona Ventures and JumpStart NJ Angel Network to help a select group of portfolio companies in pursuing their start-up dreams. Montclair State hosted ten teams of aspiring technology entrepreneurs in the fall of 2012 as they participated in an intensive 12-week technology accelerator and business boot camp called LaunchPad 1. Among other things, the 2012 portfolio companies developed a social media platform for athletes, smartphone parental controls that prevent texting while driving, an online pop culture lesson library for teachers, a community-based mobile social networking app, and an event-based photo-sharing service. Activities included one-on-one mentoring and coaching from more than 75 successful entrepreneurs and angel investors, regular guest speakers and networking opportunities, weekly dinners and social events, and trips to Fortune 100 companies. At Montclair State, LaunchPad 1’s inaugural class of innovators enjoyed access to campus workspace, conference rooms and even optional housing. Students in the University’s School of Business routinely work with firms to tackle real-world challenges as part of their course work. The Marketing Department has received the Target Case Competition Grant, which allows two sections in the Consumer Behavior course to work on a contemporary business problem with Target Corporation. Students enrolled in the course, Independent-Owned and Franchised Retailing, work on a consulting project every semester to come up with a solution to a critical problem faced by a local business entity. Students of the School of Business recently joined forces with the national food chain Smashburger to develop a marketing strategy for the brand that would appeal to the college scene.

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Revenue: An Increasingly Self-Reliant Institution University revenue in 2012 totaled roughly $351 million. New Jersey, however, has made inflation-adjusted direct appropriations for its public colleges and universities six times during the ten year period of 2003 to 2012. Consequently, New Jersey spent $4.28 per $1,000 in personal income on higher education versus a national average of $5.62 in 2012.

Change in Inflation-Adjusted Direct State Apropriations for New Jersey’s Public Colleges and Universities, FY2003-12

As a result of declining state support for higher education and growing enrollment demand by New Jersey’s high school graduates, the University’s state allocation per full-time-equivalent student plummeted by almost 47% — from $4,669 to $2,490 — between 2000 and 2012, and that figure is not adjusted for inflation. As a result, Montclair State receives less state support per full-timeequivalent student than any other senior public institution of higher education in New Jersey. Its support per student is less than two-thirds of the average of other colleges and universities in the sector and less than half of what the best-funded institutions receive.

Montclair State’s Declining State Allocation Per Full-Time Equivalent Student

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The share of total University revenue derived from state appropriations declined from 55.2% in 1995 to only 23.4% in 2012. Montclair State has necessarily become more dependent on other sources of revenue. Student tuition and fees in particular rose from about one-third of revenue in 2000 to more than half in 2012. Even so, the University’s 2013 annual, full-time, undergraduate, in-state tuition and fee total of $11,058 is the third lowest total of New Jersey’s senior public institutions.

Major Sources of Revenue, 1995-2012

The share of total University revenue derived from state appropriations declined from 55.2% in 1995 to only 23.4% in 2012.

Growth in External Grants FY2000-12

The University has redoubled its efforts to attract private money. To mark its centennial, Montclair State succeeded in raising $60.3 million — 20% above its target — from over 23,000 donors during its “Campaign for a Second Century,” which ran from July 2001 through September 2008. Since then, the University has received another $25.9 million. Montclair State is also aggressively seeking external grants. It succeeded in attracting almost $81 million of such money from 2000 to 2012, of which more than half came from the federal government. During that period, the University’s annual income from external grants shot up more than 340%. Montclair State brought almost $41 million into New Jersey from all out-of-state sources in 2012. Federal student assistance came to $23.7 million and charges to out-of-state students totaled $11.5 million.

Revenue from Out-of-State Sources, FY2012

Montclair State brought almost $41 million into New Jersey from all out-of-state sources in 2012.

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Expenditures: Major New Jersey Employer Montclair State spent more than $242 million on operating expenditures and another $30.4 million on capital expenditures in 2012. Gross employee compensation accounted for 63.9% of the operating budget, followed by purchases from vendors (24.5%), debt service (6.9%) and student aid (4.6%).

Operating Expenditures, FY2012

The University has a strong and direct impact on the state economy by means of the jobs it provides. In October 2012, Montclair State employed 4,764 people. To meet expanding student enrollments, the number of full-time faculty and staff positions rose 43% between 2000 and 2012.

Jobs at Montclair State October 2012

Full-Time Faculty and Staff Positions

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More than 90% of Montclair State’s employees live in-state, paying New Jersey property, income and sales taxes. The University draws its employees from across New Jersey. Many employees live in Essex and Passaic Counties, but 49% live elsewhere in the state, including 1,064 employees from central and southern New Jersey.

Homes of Montclair State Employees Fall 2012

Of the $89.8 million of purchases from vendors for both operating and capital expenditures in 2012, more than 87% went to New Jersey vendors.

Supporting New Jersey Vendors, FY2012

Of the $89.8 million of purchases from vendors for both operating and capital expenditures in 2012, more than 87% stayed in New Jersey.

Disinterested outside observers have repeatedly praised Montclair State’s financial management. Moody’s Investor Services and Fitch Ratings have assigned the University credit ratings of A1 and A respectively. In its June 2012 Rating Update Report, Moody’s cited such University strengths as:

• strong market position and healthy student demand,



• a robust cash flow operating margin providing ample debt service coverage,



• growing balance sheet resources with good unrestricted liquidity, and



• a leadership team that has a successful track record of executing complex, integrated financial and capital plans in an era of weak state support.

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Stimulating New Jersey’s Economy To calculate their short-term economic impact, many universities rely on the Ryan-New Jersey Model, a modified form of the classic Caffrey and Isaacs Model developed for the American Council on Education. These models estimate an institution’s economic impact by means of the direct and indirect contributions it makes to cash flow in its host economy. Montclair State’s direct, in-state expenditures (including capital expenditures) totaled $78.7 million in 2012. University employees and students accounted for another $60.1 million and $38.3 million respectively, making for total direct expenditures within New Jersey of $177.1 million.*

In-State Expenditures Attributable to Montclair State, FY2012

This figure, however, underestimates the University’s true impact. It does not attempt to include the effects of hosting visitors at athletic, artistic and other events. From 2000 through 2012, athletic events at Montclair State enjoyed attendance of more than 418,000 spectators. Theatrical performances drew about 269,000 guests to the campus during the same period, and 360,000 children attended special programs on campus. Attendance at the University’s George Segal Gallery between 2000 and 2012 added another 76,000 visitors.

Attendance of Events, FY2000-12

* This report relies on data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis to derive conservative estimates of consumer spending.

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In addition, to measure short-term economic impact accurately, it is necessary to apply a multiplier to direct spending to capture the indirect, “ripple effect” of an institution’s expenditures. The individuals and businesses whose incomes are directly affected by an institution’s spending themselves spend or invest some of those dollars locally, creating additional income and employment for thousands of people, many of whom have no direct connection to the institution. Economic impact studies produced by other universities in the region conservatively estimate that every dollar spent generates another dollar’s worth of in-state economic activity. If this multiplier of 2 is applied to estimate the combined effect of direct and indirect spending, Montclair State’s total short-term economic impact on New Jersey in 2012 becomes $354.2 million —more than three and a half times the state’s $99.4 million total funding of the University. Spending naturally translates into jobs. Applying a conservative coefficient to expenditures of $177.1 million yields an estimate of 4,922 jobs attributable to direct spending by the University, its employees and its students. Even without counting graduate assistants and student workers, when its own employees are included, a total of 8,014 New Jersey jobs were attributable to Montclair State in 2012. Montclair State not only drives job growth, but also heightens wages and salaries throughout the state. Because the University both stimulates demand for local businesses and directly competes with them for employees, average compensation in the area is higher than would be the case without it. As a result, Montclair State’s presence benefits all workers in New Jersey.

New Jersey Jobs Attributable to Montclair State, FY2012

The University also makes a sizeable contribution to New Jersey’s credit base. At the end of fiscal year 2012, Montclair State’s cash balance in banks totaled $34.3 million and the Foundations amounted to $12.2 million. The market value of Montclair State University Foundation investments and other University investments amounted to $45.1 million and $134.2 million respectively. Employee mortgage payments along with University and employee contributions to retirement systems added another $24.8 million and $27.5 million. In total, the University was thus a source of about $278.1 million in investment funds.

Montclair State’s total short-term economic impact on New Jersey in 2012 was $354.2 million — more than three and a half times the state’s $99.4 million total funding of the University..

Montclair State as a Source of Investments Funds, FY2012

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The Long-Term Economic Impact of Higher Education

Montclair State’s direct, in-state expenditures (including capital expenditures) totaled $78.7 million in 2012.

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The facts and figures cited above speak only to Montclair State’s short-term impact. The University’s long-term impact is measured by its contribution to students’ earnings. There is a powerful relationship between education and economic success. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated in 2003 that, compared to the lifetime earnings of a high school graduate, holders of a bachelor’s degree earn an additional $900,000 and holders of a master’s degree earn an additional $1.3 million. University graduates are thus likely to spend, save and invest more, and pay more in taxes than peers who lack university degrees, and more than 83,000 Montclair State alumni are spending, saving and investing their money and paying taxes here in New Jersey.

Conclusion Montclair State University is committed to serving the educational needs of New Jersey. The University also has had a significant impact on New Jersey by serving as an engine of economic growth for the entire state. Because Montclair State’s impact has only grown over time, with enrollments and investments steadily increasing, the University has continued to make a positive and stabilizing contribution to New Jersey’s economy even as other sectors have experienced downturns. Although this contribution comes as a by-product of the University’s core missions of teaching, research and scholarship, it represents a

There is a powerful relationship between education and economic success.

tangible economic impact that materially benefits the citizens of New Jersey and returns their investment many times over.

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Montclair State People in the 21 Counties of New Jersey County Employees Students Alumni Atlantic

35

168

533

Bergen

521

3,659

16,051

Burlington

47

226

948

Camden

38

157

597

6

49

212

17

67

162

1,421

2,996

14,155

20

118

303

262

1,245

3,582

Hunterdon

39

169

1,175

Mercer

54

183

957

Middlesex

231

1,143

4,111

Monmouth

131

716

4,899

Morris

376

1,610

10,546

Ocean

80

489

3,423

Passaic

556

2,298

10,400

4

23

66

85

369

2,668

Sussex

115

509

2,907

Union

238

958

4,373

Warren

39

203

1,156

Cape May Cumberland Essex Gloucester Hudson

Salem Somerset

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Appendix: A Note on Methodology The methodology used to calculate short-term economic impact is commonly referred to as the Ryan/New Jersey model. It represents a modified form of the classic economic impact model developed by John Caffrey and Herbert Isaacs for the American Council on Education.* A number of institutions have relied on the Ryan/New Jersey model over the past two decades, and it has undergone several modifications.† The major difference between the Caffrey and Isaacs and Ryan/New Jersey models is that the latter substitutes estimated values derived from available data for information collected from surveys of faculty, staff and students. Many institutions found that they needed to make this substitution because survey response rates were often very low due to the sensitive nature of the information being requested. The calculation variables substituted for survey data are: 1. a n estimate of non-housing expenditures by an average middle-income family in New Jersey; 2. an estimate of in-state expenditures by employees and students; 3. an estimate of the percentage of New Jersey residents who rent; 4. an estimate of the median rent in New Jersey; 5. a n estimate of in-state spending on non-housing items by non-local, full-time employees; 6. a n estimate of average annual college-related expenditures by full-time students; 7. a n estimate of average annual college-related expenditures by part-time students; 8. the coefficient for estimating jobs attributable to University expenditures; and 9. a multiplier.

* John Caffrey and Herbert H. Isaacs, 1971, Estimating the Impact of a College or University on the Local Economy, Washington, D.C.: American Council on Education. † Research and Planning Committee, 1983, Handbook for Conducting a Study of the Economic Impact of a Community College, Lincroft, NJ: Council of County Colleges of New Jersey. G. Jeremiah Ryan, 1985, “A Shortcut to Estimating Economic Impact,” Community/Junior College Quarterly 9:197-214. College Outcomes Evaluation Program, 1989, Procedures Manual for the Assessment of Community/Society Impact at New Jersey Institutions of Higher Education, Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Department of Higher Education. College Outcomes Evaluation Program, 1990, Handbook for Calculating Short-Term Economic Impact at New Jersey’s Institutions of Higher Education, Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Department of Higher Education. G. Jeremiah Ryan and Patricia Malgieri, 1992, Economic Impact Studies in Community Colleges: The Short Cut Method, Second Edition, Resource Paper No. 48, National Council for Resource Development. The data for the charts in this report were obtained from the following Montclair State University offices: Institutional Research, Advancement Services, Budget and Planning, Research and Sponsored Programs, Treasury and Finance, and Human Resources,as well as the New Jersey Association for State Colleges and Universities.

The following table presents the calculation variables used in this study and their sources.

Calculation Variables Used in 2012 Economic Impact Study Estimate Source Estimate of non-housing expenditures by “all consumer units” in the New York Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)

0.73

2011 Consumer Expenditure Survey, Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Labor (Table 21 – Northeast MSAs)

Estimate of in-state expenditures by employees and students

0.75

2007 Economic Census, U.S. Census Bureau

Estimate of the percentage of state residents who rent

0.35

2011 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau

Estimate of the state’s median monthly rent

$1,135

2011 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau

Estimate of in-state spending on non-housing items by non-local, full-time employees

$2,298

Equals 5% of disposable income of non-local, full-time employees

Estimate of average annual college-related expenditures by full-time students

$2,400

Montclair State Financial Aid Office (as reported in the 2010-11 Common Data Set)

Estimate of average annual college-related expenditures by part-time students

$888

Equals 37% of estimated expenditures for full-time students based on FT versus PT credit loads

Coefficient for estimating jobs attributable to expenditures Multiplier

0.0000278 2003 Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Dept. of Commerce via American Assoc. of Universities 2.0

Conservative figure used by Rutgers and other regional universities in their economic impact studies

Members, Board of Trustees 2012-2013 Mr. Ralph A. LaRossa, Chair President and Chief Operating Officer PSE&G

Mr. George J. Hiltzik, Vice Chair Senior Executive N.S. Bienstock, Inc.

Ms. Susan L. Blount, Secretary Senior Vice President and General Counsel Prudential Financial, Inc.

Mr. Thomas Maguire Senior Vice President National Operations Support Verizon Telecom

Mr. John L. McGoldrick Chairman of the Board Zimmer Holdings, Inc.

Mr. William T. Mullen

Mr. Aleksey Bychkov, Student

President NJ State Building and Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO

Student Government Association Montclair State University

Ms. Christine L. Padilla

Ms. Rose C. Cali

Owner and Consultant BIT Solutions, LLC

Education Advocate Founder, Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center

Mr. Michael L. Carter Managing Director Investment Banking Division Barclays Capital

Dr. Francis M.C. Cuss Senior Vice President, Research and Development Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Mr. Mitchell E. Hersh President and Chief Executive Officer Mack-Cali Realty

Mr. Douglas L. Kennedy President, New Jersey Division Capital One Bank

Mr. Preston D. Pinkett III Chief Executive Officer City National Bank of New Jersey

Mr. J. Thomas Presby Compass Partners

Non-Voting Members Mr. Kyle Bunting, Student Student Government Association Montclair State University

Dr. Susan A. Cole President Montclair State University

Professor Jack Baldwin-LeClair Faculty Representative

Ms. Susan L. Blount

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