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Publications, presentations and other areas of research being pursued by math and science division members at Babson College.

Richard J. Cleary | Fatemeh Emdad | Ira Farber | Nathan Karst | Davit Khachatryan | Dennis F. X. Mathaisel | Megan MacLean | Dessislava Pachamanova | James Philips | George Recck | Terence Reilly | Vikki Rodgers | William Rybolt | Denise Sakai Troxell | Charles Winrich

Richard J. Cleary

Publications

Cleary, R.; Maxwell, J. and Rose, C. “2012-13 Faculty Salaries Report,” Notices of the AMS, Vol 60 -4, April 2013, pp. 426-432. 2013

Cleary, R.; Maxwell, J. and Rose, C. “Report on 2011-12 Academic Recruitment and Hiring,” Notices of the AMS, Vol 60 -5, May 2013, pp. 586-591. 2013

Cleary, R.; Maxwell, J. and Rose, C. “2012-13 Preliminary Report on the 2011-2012 New Doctoral Recipients,” Notices of the AMS, Vol 60 -3, March 2013, pp. 316-324. 2013

Mann, K; Miller, M; Goodheart, J; Izant T; and Cleary, R. “Peri-Implant Bone Strains and Micro Motion Following In-Vivo Service: A Postmortem Retrieval Study of 22 Tibial Components from Total Knee Replacement,” Journal of Orthopaedic Research, November 2013

Presentations

“Teachers as Scholars” workshop, Cambridge, MA. First presented 1/31/13 and 2/7/13; given again 11/7/13 and 11/14/13.

Invited talk on “Non-Standard Applications of Mathematics and Sports,” MAA Ohio Section meeting, Cleveland State U., October 4, 2013

Invited talk on “Non-Standard Applications of Mathematics and Sports,” MAA Northeastern Section meeting, Western Ct. State (Danbury, CT), June 1, 2013

Closing banquet talk, “What Every Mathematician Should Know About Statistics … and Vice Versa”, MAA Mathfest, Hartford CT 2013

Chapters

“Mathematics and Auditing: How Liberal Arts Theory and Business Practice Education Inform Each Other” (2012, with Jay Thibodeau). Book chapter for inclusion in Shaping the Future of Business Education; Palgrave-MacMillian, 2013, Daniel Everett and Gordon Hardy, Editors.

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Fatemeh Emdad

Publications

S.A. Zekevat, F. Emdad, “Achieving Higher Uplink Performance and Capacity via Non Overlapping Window Adaptive Maximum Noise Fraction Beamforming Technique,” IET Communications, vol. 5, no.5, pp.598-605, 2011.

R. Kraft, G.A. Kulp, F. Emdad, D.N. Herndon, F.N. Williams, K.R. Leonard, M.G. Jeschke, “Is there a difference in clinical outcomes, inflammation and hypermethabolism between scald and flame burn?,” Journal of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 2011; 12:e275.

M.G. Jeschke, H. Rivero, C.C. Finnerty, F. Emdad, D.N. Herndon, F.N. Williams, R.L. Gamelli, N.S. Gibran, M.B. Klein, B.D. Arnoldo, and R.G. Tompkins, “Do obese patients have a worse outcome following severe thermal injury?” Annals of Surgery, 2012.

F. Emdad, C. Djukom, C.C. Finnerty, M.G. Jeschke, D.N. Herndon, Felicia N. Williams, Richard L. Gamelli, Nicole S. Gibran, Matthew B. Klein, Brett Arnoldo, Ronald G. Tompkins, “Outcomes Associated with Inhalation Injury Following thermal injury: A Multicenter Study,” Shock 2012.

F. Emdad, M.G. Jeschke, C.C. Finnerty, H.G. Rivero, R. Kraft, F.N. Williams, R.L. Gamelli, N.S. Gibran, M.B. Klein, B.D. Arnoldo, R.G. Tompkins, and D.N. Herndon, “Mild Obesity Is Protective After Severe Burn Injury” Annals of Surgery, 2013; 258(6): 1119-1129.

Babson Magazine, fall 2013, pg. 8, “Holiday Traditions”.

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Ira Farber

Presentations

“Innovative Optical Designs in Flow Cytometry” – WPI – Biomedical Eng.

“Adaptive Optics” – SPIE - Boston

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Nathan Karst

Publications

“Local behavioral rules sustain the cell allocation pattern in the combs of honey bee colonies (Apis mellifera)”, with K. Montovan, T. Seeley and L. Jones. Journal of Theoretical Biology, doi:10.1016/j.jtbi.2013.07.010

“On the L(2,1)-labelings of amalgamations of graphs” with S. Adams, N. How
ell, D. Troxell, and J. Zhu. Discrete Applied Mathematics, doi:10.1016/j.dam.2012.11.007

“On the rekeying load in group key distributions using cover-free families” with 
S. Wicker. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, doi:10.1109/TIT.2012.2204542

“On transceiver signal linearization and the decoding delay of maximum rate complex orthogonal space-time block codes” with S. Adams, M. Murugan, and 
T. Wysocki. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, doi:10.1109/TIT.2011.2137050

“Novel classes of minimal delay and low PAPR rate-1/2 complex orthogonal designs” with S. Adams, J. Davis, M. Murugan, B. Lee, M. Crawford, and C. Greeley. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, doi:10.1109/TIT.2011.2110730

“Secure key distribution and revocation for advanced metering infrastructure” with S. Wicker, in Distributed Sensor Networks, Second Edition. S. Iyengar and R. Brooks, eds. Chapman & Hall.

Presentations

“When ‘catastrophic’ means ‘not that bad”, Babson-Olin-Wellesley Applicable Mathematics Series, Olin College, 2012.

“Combinatorial designs for key distribution and secure rekeying in group communication systems”, Cornell University, 2011.

“Security, scheduling and statistics: some applications of combinatorial designs”, Babson College, 2011.

Chapters

“Secure key distribution and revocation for advanced metering infrastructure” with S. Wicker, in Distributed Sensor Networks, Second Edition. S. Iyengar and R. Brooks, Eds. Chapman & Hall, 2012.

Patents

“Message rearrangement for improved code performance” (WO/2012/047235), with M. Buckely, S. Simmons, Y. Heo, M. Fong, M. Mahelleh, Z. Cai, and M. Earnshaw, 2012.

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Davit Khachatryan

Publications

“Quasi experiments on Process Dynamics” (with Soren Bisgaard); Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series C), 2011, vol. 60, 4, 497-517.

“From courtship to Marriage: A Two-part Series on Physician-Hospital Alignment” (with PwC Health Research Institute): The Business Implications of Health Reform Series, 2011.

Presentations

“From Hot Furnaces to Fraud: applications of Time Series Analysis”; Babson College, 2013

“Show me the Data: My Experiences as a Statistical Consultant”; presented at the UMASS INFORMS Student Chapter (invited speaker Series), Amherst, Massachusetts, 2012.

“Time Series Forecasting for Healthcare”; presented at the PricewaterhouseCoopers Lunch & Learn Session, Washington, DC, 2012.

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Dennis F. X. Mathaisel

Publications

Engineering for Sustainability, CRC Press, with Joel M. Manary and Ned H. Criscimagna. ISBN-10: 1439853517, ISBN-13: 978-1439853511. 2013

“A Syllabus for Resilience in Higher Education,” Book Chapter in Sustainability Assessment Tools in Higher Education Institutions – Mapping Trends and Good Practice at Universities, edited by Walter Leal Filho, Ulisses Azeiteiro, Sandra Caeiro, and Charbel Jabbour, IX, with C. Comm, 432 pages, 58 illustrations, ISBN 978-3-319- 02375-5, Fall 2013.

“A Lesson Plan for Sustainability in Higher Education,” American Journal of Business Education, with E. Driscoll and C. Comm, Vol. 6, No. 2, March/April 2013.

“A Lesson Plan for Communicating the Sustainability of an Enterprise,” Atlantic Marketing Journal, with C. Comm, Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 2012.

“A Strategy for Enterprise Sustainability”, Business Review Cambridge, with C. Comm, Vol. 17, No. 1, Summer. Feature/Cover Article. 2011

Presentations

“The Value of Health Care Sustainability,” Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Conference, New York, NY. April 5-8, 2013.

“A Paradigm for Communicating Sustainability to Businesses” , Clute Institute International Academic Conference, June 6-19, 2013.

“A Model for Achieving Environmental Sustainability through Group Decision Making and Negotiation,” INFORMS 2013 Group Decision Making Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, June, 19-24, 2013.

“A Strategy to Achieve Sustainable Abilities in Services Marketing,” Society for Marketing Advances Conference, Hilton Head, SC, Oct 26 – Nov 3, 2013.

“Telecommunications Quality Abilities,” INFORMS Telecommunications Conference, Boca Raton, FL, 15-17 March, 2012

“A Prescription for Healthcare Sustainability Focusing on Availability,” European Academic Conference, Rome, Italy, 6 June 2012.

“A Prescription for Healthcare Sustainability Focusing on Dependability,” European Academic Conference, Mediterranean, 10 June 2012.

“A Prescription for Healthcare Sustainability Focusing on Capability and Affordability,” INFORMS, Phoenix, AZ, 14-17 October 2012.

“A Prescription for Healthcare Sustainability Focusing on Marketability,” Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, CA, 17-20 November 2012.

“A Strategy for Enterprise Sustainability,” the International Business & Economics Research Conference, Los Angeles, CA, June. 2011.

“A Lesson Plan for Sustainability in Higher Education,” Atlantic Marketing Association Annual Conference, Charleston, SC, September. 2011.

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Megan MacLean

Publications

M.G. MacLean, and R.G. Congalton, (2013). “PolyFrag: a vector based program for computing landscape metrics.” Journal of GIScience & Remote Sensing. 50(6):591-603.

M.G. MacLean, and R.G. Congalton, (2013). “Applicability of multi-date land cover mapping using Landsat 5TM imagery in the Northeastern US.” Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing. 79(4):359-368.

M.G. MacLean and R. Congalton, 2013a. “Predicting woody invasive species presence using a new fragmentation program: PolyFrag.” In: American Society of Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing 2013 Annual Conference, 24-28 March 2013, Baltimore, MD.

M.G. MacLean, 2012, A multi-temporal image analysis of habitat modification in the Coastal Watershed, NH. PhD Dissertation, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH. 178 pp.

M.G. MacLean and R. Congalton, 2012. “Map accuracy assessment issues when using an object-oriented approach.” In: American Society of Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing 2012 Annual Conference, 19-23 March 2012, Sacramento, CA.

M.G. MacLean and R. Congalton, 2011b. “Investigating issues in map accuracy when using an object-based approach to map benthic habitats.” Journal of GIScience and Remote Sensing. 48(4):457-477.

M.G. MacLean and R. Congalton, 2011a. “Using object-oriented classification to map forest community types.” In: American Society of Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing 2011 Annual Conference, 1-5 May 2011, Milwaukee, WI (Bethesda: American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing), 10 pp.

Presentations

M.G. MacLean and R. Congalton, 2013a. “Predicting woody invasive species presence using a new fragmentation program: PolyFrag.” In: American Society of Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing 2013 Annual Conference, 24-28 March 2013, Baltimore, MD

M.G. MacLean, 2012. “Creating land cover maps from single or multi-date images and the new fragmentation program PolyFrag.” In: 2012 Quantitative Landscape Ecology and Environmental Sustainability Workshop, 03-07 July 2012, Durban, South Africa.

M.G. MacLean and R. Congalton, 2012b. “Map accuracy assessment issues when using an object-oriented approach.” In: American Society of Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing 2012 Annual Conference, 19-23 March 2012, Sacramento, CA.

MacLean, M.G., 2011. “Spatial thinking and Landscape Ecology in Southeastern New Hampshire.” Tufts University Ecology Reading Group Meeting, 16 December 2011, Medford, MA.

MacLean, M.G., 2011. “Determining the appropriate number of prism samples in Northeastern forest stands for collecting remote sensing reference data.” In: Northeastern Mensurationists Organization 2011 Annual Meeting, 2-4 October 2011, Quebec City, Quebec, CA.

MacLean, M.G. and R. Congalton, 2011. “Using object-oriented classification to map forest community types.” In: American Society of Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing 2011 Annual Conference, 1-5 May 2011, Milwaukee, WI.

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Dessislava Pachamanova

Selected Publications in Refereed Journals 2011-2014

D. A. Pachamanova and F. J. Fabozzi, “Recent Trends in Equity Portfolio Construction Analytics,” Journal of Portfolio Management, Spring 2014

N. Gulpinar, E. Canakoglu and D. Pachamanova, “Robust Investment Decisions under Disruption in Petroleum Markets,” Computers and Operations Research, 44(4), 2014, pp. 75-91

N. Gulpinar and D. Pachamanova, “A Robust Optimization Approach to Asset Liability Management under Time-Varying Investment Opportunities,” Journal of Banking and Finance, 37(6), Jun 2013, pp. 2031-2041

N. Gulpinar, D. Pachamanova and E. Canakoglu ,“Robust Strategies for Facility Location under Uncertainty,” European Journal of Operational Research, 225(1), Feb 2013, pp. 21-35

P. Benson, M. Casali and D. Pachamanova, “The ‘Significance’ of Optimization: How Statistical Analysis Can Be Your Most Powerful Optimization Strategy,” Search Marketing Standard, Summer 2012, pp. 16-19

C. Low, D. Pachamanova and M. Sim, “Skewness-Aware Asset Allocation: A New Theoretical Framework and Empirical Evidence,” Mathematical Finance, 22(2), April 2012, pp. 379-410

N. Gulpinar, K. Katata and D. Pachamanova, “Robust Portfolio Optimization under Discrete Asset Choice Constraints,” Journal of Asset Management, 12(1), April 2011, pp. 67-83

Selected Book Chapters 2011-2014

D. A. Pachamanova, “Robust Portfolio Selection,” invited and refereed submission, Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, J. Cochran, L. Cox, Jr., P. Keskinocak, J. Kharoufeh, J.C. Smith (eds.), J. Wiley & Sons, 2013

D. A. Pachamanova and Frank J. Fabozzi, “Equity Portfolio Selection Models in Practice,” The Encyclopedia of Financial Models, v. 2, Frank J. Fabozzi (ed.), J. Wiley & Sons, 2012, pp. 61-87

D. A. Pachamanova, P. N. Kolm, Frank J. Fabozzi, and S. M. Focardi, “Robust Portfolio Optimization,” The Encyclopedia of Financial Models, v. 3, Frank J. Fabozzi (ed.), J. Wiley & Sons, 2012, pp. 137-147

D. A. Pachamanova and Frank J. Fabozzi, “Introduction to Financial Modeling with MATLAB,” The Encyclopedia of Financial Models, v.3, Frank J. Fabozzi (ed.), J. Wiley & Sons, 2012, pp. 417-448

D. A. Pachamanova and Frank J. Fabozzi, “Introduction to Visual Basic,” The Encyclopedia of Financial Models, v.3, Frank J. Fabozzi (ed.), J. Wiley & Sons, 2012, pp. 449-468

D. A. Pachamanova, “Monte Carlo Simulation in Finance,” The Encyclopedia of Financial Models, v. 3, Frank J. Fabozzi (ed.), J. Wiley & Sons, 2012, pp. 637-652

D. A. Pachamanova and Frank J. Fabozzi, “Modeling Asset Price Dynamics,” Chapter 6 in The Theory and Practice of Investment Management, Frank J. Fabozzi and H. M. Markowitz (eds.), Second Edition, J. Wiley & Sons, 2011, pp. 125-158. Also appeared (with modifications) as Chapter 6, v. 1 in The Encyclopedia of Financial Models, Frank J. Fabozzi (ed.), J. Wiley & Sons, 2012

D. A. Pachamanova and Frank J. Fabozzi, “Equity Portfolio Selection in Practice,” Chapter 18 in Equity Valuation and Portfolio Management, Frank J. Fabozzi and H. M. Markowitz (eds.), J. Wiley & Sons, 2011, pp. 441-482.

Selected Invited Talks 2011-2014

“R Workshop”, Invited presentation, Business Analytics students’ club, Babson College Graduate School, December 5, 2013

“Constructing Risk Measures from Uncertainty Sets”, Best of Women in ORMS session, INFORMS, 15 October 2012

“Tractable Asset-Liability Management”, Session on Optimization in Finance, INFORMS, 16 October 2012

“Skewness-Aware Asset Allocation”, International Symposium on Mathematical Programming (ISMP), Berlin, Germany, 21 August 2012

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James Philips

Publications

S. Laprise, J. Philips, V. Rodgers and C. Winrich. Practice-Oriented Science Education for Business Students. International Journal of Science and Society 2 (3): 235-242, 2011.

Presentations

“The Mite Community of Owls”, New England Natural History Conference, Springfield, MA, April 14-15, 2013.

“Microcommunity Ecology of Great Horned Owl (Bubo Virginianus) Pellets”, Entomological Society of America Meeting, Hartford, CT, March 17-19, 2012.

“Mites of North American Strigiform Birds”, American Society of Parasitologists Annual Meeting, Richmond, VA, July 13-16, 2012.

“Acarine-Passalid Beetle Symbioses”, Entomological Society of America Meeting, Harrisburg, PA, March 18-20, 2011.

“Microcommunity Ecology of Mites (Acarina) on Trogid Beetles (Coleoptera: Trogidae),” Northeast Natural History Conference, Albany, NY, April 6-9, 2011.

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George Recck

Journal Articles

W. Rybolt and G. Recck., “Conceptual versus Computational Formulae in Calculus and Statistics Courses,” International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 8, Issue 2, pp. 1-6, 2012.

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Terence Reilly

Books (Major Revision)

T. Reilly and R. T. Clemen, Making Hard Decisions with Decision Tools Suite, 3rd Edition, Centgage Learning, May, 2013.

T. Reilly and R.T. Clemen, Making Hard Decisions with Decision Tools Solution Manual, Cengage Learning, May, 2013.

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Vikki Rodgers

Publications

V.L. Rodgers, S.S. Hoeppner, M.J. Daley, and J.S. Dukes. 2012. “Leaf level gas exchange and foliar chemistry of common old field species, responding to warming and precipitation treatments.” International Journal of Plant Sciences 173(9): 957-970

T. Lester and V.L. Rodgers. 2012. “Teaching a cross disciplinary environmental science, policy and culture course on Costa Rica’s ecotourism to business students.” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 2(3): 234-238.

T. Lester and V.L. Rodgers. 2011. “Beyond Green: Encouraging students to create simultaneity of positive SEERS outcomes” In: The New Entrepreneurial Leader: Developing Leaders Who Shape Social and Economic Opportunity D. Greenberg, K. McKone-Sweet, H.J. Wilson (eds). San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., pp. 94-112.

S. Laprise, J. Philips, V. Rodgers, and C. Winrich. 2011. “Practice-oriented science education for business students.” The International Journal of Science in Society 2(3): 235-242.

Presentations

V.L. Rodgers, T. Lancaster, M. Kapotsis, S.S. Hoeppner, J.S. Dukes. “Responses of leaf characteristics to experimentally altered climate conditions: Differences among six species of tree seedlings.” 97th Meeting of the Ecological Society of America (ESA) in Portland, OR. Aug 5-10, 2012.

V.L. Rodgers, S.S. Hoeppner, J.S. Dukes. “The responses of six common tree species exposed to experimentally altered climate at the Boston Area Climate Experiment (BACE).” 5th Meeting of the Association of Environmental Studies and Science (AESS) in Pittsburgh, PA. June 19, 2013.

V.L. Rodgers. “Climate change influences old field plant communities of New England.” Rhode Island College, Biology Department, Providence, RI. Oct 18, 2012.

V.L. Rodgers. “Plant responses from the Boston Area Climate Experiment (BACE).” Wellesley College, Science Faculty Seminar Series, Wellesley, MA. Mar 13, 2012.

V.L. Rodgers. “Connecting environmental science with hands-on business applications in the classroom.” 3rd Meeting of the Association of Environmental Studies and Science (AESS) in Burlington, VT. June 23-26, 2011.

C. Winrich, S.L. Laprise, and V.L. Rodgers. “Transforming laboratory experiments using sensor technology.” 59th National Science Teacher Association (NSTA) Conference in San Francisco, CA. Mar 10-13, 2011.

S. Laprise, C. Winrich, V.L. Rodgers, and L. McKenna. “Mixing students across disciplines in a cap-stone project.” 59th National Science Teacher Association (NSTA) Conference in San Francisco, CA. Mar 10-13, 2011.

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William Rybolt

Proceedings

W. Rybolt and L. Pipino, “Introducing Data and Information Quality Principles in Today’s College Curriculum via an Introductory Probabilty and Statistics Course”, Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Information Quality (ICIQ, 2012), 2012.

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Denise Sakai Troxell

Publications

Karst, N., Oehrlein, J., Troxell, D.S., and Zhu, J., “Labeling Amalgamations of Cartesian Products of Complete Graphs with a Condition at Distance Two,” Discrete Applied Mathematics, to appear.

Karst, N., Oehrlein, J., Troxell, D.S., and Zhu, J., “On distance labelings of amalgamations and injective labelings of general graphs,” Involve, a Journal of Mathematics, to appear.

N. Karst, J. Oehrlein, D.S. Troxell, and J. Zhu, “L(d,1)-labelings of the edge-path-replacement by factorization of graphs,” Journal of Combinatorial Optimization, to appear.

S.S. Adams, N. Howell, N. Karst, D.S. Troxell, and J. Zhu, “On the L(2,1)-labelings of amalgamations of graphs,” Discrete Applied Mathematics, 161 (2013) 881-888.

S.S. Adams, Z. Brass, C. Stokes, and D.S. Troxell, “Irreversible k-threshold and majority conversion processes: minimum k-conversion sets and dynamic monopolies of graph products and complete multipartite graphs,” Australasian Journal of Combinatorics, 56 (2013) 47-60.

S.S. Adams, P. Booth, H. Jaffe, D.S. Troxell, and S.L. Zinnen, “Exact λ-numbers of generalized Petersen graphs of certain higher orders and on Möbius strips,” Discrete Applied Mathematics, 160 (2012) 436-447.

S.S. Adams, P. Booth, D.S. Troxell, and S.L. Zinnen, “Modeling the spread of fault in majority-based network systems: dynamic monopolies in triangular grids,” Discrete Applied Mathematics, 160 (2012) 1624-1633.

S.S. Adams, D.S. Troxell, and S.L. Zinnen, “Dynamic Monopolies and feedback vertex sets in hexagonal grids,” Computers and Mathematics with Applications, 62 (2011) 4049-4057.

S.S. Adams and D.S. Troxell, “Labeling matched sums with a condition at distance two,” Applied Mathematics Letters, 24 (2011) 950-957.

Presentations

“Labeling the torus,” Invited talk, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, 2011.

“Graph-theoretical approach to the spread of disease, opinion, and fault,” BFRF Research Chat, Babson College, 2011.

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Charles Winrich

Publications

C. Winrich, P. Garik, L. Garbayo, Y. Benetreau-Dupin, A. Duffy, N. Gross, and M. Jariwala, M. “Physics Teacher Use of the History of Science.” Proceedings of the 2013 Annual International Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching.

Winrich, C., Garik, P., Duffy, A., Gross, N., & Jariwala, M. “The Impact of Conceptual History on Teachers’ PCK.” Proceedings of the 12th Biennial Conference of the International History and Philosophy in Science Teaching Group.

Nolan, M. D., Garik, P., Winrich, C., & Gross, N. “The Impact of an Immersion Course on In-Service K-8 Teachers Implementation of Reformed Teaching Practices in the Classroom.” Proceedings of the 2012 NARST Annual International Conference. Indianapolis IN.

Garik, P., Garbayo, L., Benétreau-Dupin, Y., Winrich, C., Duffy, A., Gross, N., & Jariwala, M. “Teaching Teachers the Conceptual History of Physics.” Proceedings of the Joint Conference of the International History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching Group and the Greek History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching Group. Thessaloniki, Greece. 2011.

Winrich, C., Garik, P., Nolan, M. D., Benétreau-Dupin, Y., Duffy, A., Eisenkraft, A., Garabayo, L., Gross, N., Jariwala, M., & Faux, R. “Using Physics Education Research Literature in Teacher Professional Development.” Proceedings of the 2011 NARST Annual International Conference. Orlando FL. 2011.

Nolan, M. D., Garik, P., Winrich, C., DeRosa, D., Duffy, A., Jariwala, M., Faux, R., Gross, N., Goldberg, B., & Stevens, G. “Impact of an Immersion Course on K-8 In-service Teachers’ Understanding of Implementing Reformed Teaching Practices.” Proceedings of the 2011 NARST Annual International Conference. Orlando FL.

Presentations

C. Winrich “Physics Teacher Use of the History of Science,” presented at the Annual International Conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, April 9, 2013. Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.

C. Winrich “The Impact of Conceptual History on Teachers’ PCK,” presented at the 12th Biennial Conference of the International History and Philosophy in Science Teaching Group, June 20, 2013. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

C. Winrich, P. Garik, N. Gross, M. Jariwala, and Y. Benetreau-Dupin, “Improving Physics Lessons: Teach Conceptual History of Physics in the Classroom.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of National Science Teachers Association, April, 2012.

M.D. Nolan, P. Garik, C. Winrich, and N. Gross, “The Impact of an Immersion Course on In-Service K-8 Teachers Implementation of Reformed Teaching Practices in the Classroom.” Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual International Conference, March, 2012.

P. Garik, L. Garbayo, Y. Benétreau-Dupin, C. Winrich, A. Duffy, N. Gross, and M. Jariwala, “Teaching Teachers the Conceptual History of Physics.” Paper presented at the Joint Conference of the International History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching Group and the Greek History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching Group, Thessaloniki, Greece, July, 2011.

C. Winrich, P. Garik, M.D. Nolan, Y. Benétreau-Dupin, A. Duffy, A. Eisenkraft, L. Garabayo, N. Gross, M. Jariwala, and R. Faux, “Using Physics Education Research Literature in Teacher Professional Development” Presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual International Conference, April, 2011.

M.D. Nolan, P. Garik, C. Winrich, D. DeRosa, A. Duffy, M. Jariwala, R.Faux, N. Gross, B. Goldberg, and G. Stevens, “Impact of an Immersion Course on K-8 In-service Teachers’ Understanding of Implementing Reformed Teaching Practices.” Presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual International Conference, April, 2011.

C. Winrich, S.L. Laprise, and V. L. Rodgers, “Transforming Laboratory Experiments Using Sensor Technology.” Presented at the annual meeting of the National Science Teachers Association, March, 2011.

S.L. Laprise, C. Winrich, and L. McKenna, “Interdisciplinary Student Projects with Interdisciplinary Groups.” Presented at the annual meeting of the National Science Teachers Association, March, 2011.

D. DeRosa, C. Winrich, P. Garik, D. Nolan, A. Duffy, and M. Jariwala, “Immersive Experiences in Science and Engineering: Emphasizing Inquiry Skills for K–8 Teachers.” Presented at the annual meeting of the National Science Teachers Association, March, 2011.