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Profacts Received Through October 2012

ProFacts welcomes post-announcements from faculty and staff regarding professional achievements. Items may be submitted for: Appointments/Elections, Awards, Books, Certifications, Commissions, Compositions/Arrangements, Degrees, Exhibitions, Papers/Presentations, Patents, Performances and Publications. Send your submissions to: sdaniel@odu.edu.

The following announcements were received through October 2012.

APPOINTMENTS/ELECTIONS

OKTAY BAYSAL, dean of the Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology, appointed by Gov. Bob McDonnell to the state Board of Education.

LAURIE CRAIGEN, assistant professor of human services, elected to the National Organization of Human Services Executive Board. She will serve as vice president for regional development.

AWARDS

INGO HEIDBRINK, professor of history (maritime history), a research fellowship with the LOEWE Research Focus "Extrajudicial and Judicial Conflict Resolution" at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, for fall 2014.

LYNN RIDINGER, associate professor of sport management, the 2013 Distinguished Sport Management Educator Award from the North American Society for Sport Management.

ANDREAS TOLK, professor of engineering management and systems engineering, a special recognition award as one of the local authors for the "M&S Flexbook" during the commonwealth of Virginia's Innovative Technology Symposium (COVITS) in Richmond.

BOOKS

INGO HEIDBRINK, professor of history (maritime history), and David Starkey, University of Hull, UK, editors, "A History of the North Atlantic Fisheries, Vol. 2: From the 1850s to the Early Twenty-First Century" (Verlag H.M. Hauschild, 2012).

http://www.dsm.museum/a-history-of-the-north-atlantic-fisheries.5218.de.html

PAPERS/PRESENTATIONS

RIZWAN BHUTTA, manager of communications network engineering, and DOUG STREIT, director of information security, Office of Computing and Communications Services, "Network Virtualization and Security" at the Virginia Alliance for Secure Computing and Networking Conference, "Securing the Future: BYOD and Beyond," at Virginia Military Institute.

TODD DERGENSKI, university information systems security officer, and NATALIE METZGER, middleware application developer, with introduction by DOUG STREIT, director of information security, Office of Computing and Communications Services, "Online Account Request Workflow and Auditing" at the Virginia Alliance for Secure Computing and Networking Conference, "Securing the Future: BYOD and Beyond," at Virginia Military Institute.

TODD DERGENSKI, university information systems security officer, and VAIBHAV DANI, lead database administrator, with introduction by DOUG STREIT, director of information security, Office of Computing and Communications Services, "Configuring CAS\Shibboleth to Unify University at the Virginia Alliance for Secure Computing and Networking Conference, "Securing the Future: BYOD and Beyond," at Virginia Military Institute.

INGO HEIDBRINK, professor of history (maritime history), "Hydro-Power - The Unlikely Economic Base for a Complete Sovereignty of Greenland" at the workshop "Energy Resources - Europe and Its Former Colonies," organized by the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society in Munich, Germany, and the Society and the Center for Public History, University of Houston, in Munich, Germany.

RADHA HORTON-PARKER, associate professor of counseling, and R.C. FAWCETT, graduate of the master's counseling program, "Staying Sane and Remaining Humane: An Adlerian Approach for Understanding and Caring for Aging Relatives" at the Association for Adult Development and Aging conference in Williamsburg.

RADHA HORTON-PARKER, associate professor of counseling, and IONE PAIVA, master's student in counseling, "Developing Wisdom in the Aftermath of Trauma" at the Association for Adult Development and Aging conference in Williamsburg. Also, "Posttraumatic Growth: Helping Clients Find Meaning and Achieve Wisdom After Trauma" at the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference in Savannah, Ga.

RADHA HORTON-PARKER, associate professor of counseling, and MELODY MORENO, doctoral student in counseling, "Preparing Counselors to Promote Resilience: A Course on Integrating Spirituality into Counseling" at the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference in Savannah, Ga.

ANDREAS TOLK, professor of engineering management and systems engineering, "Alignment of Data and Harmonization of Processes When Building Federations in Support of Computer Assisted Exercises," an invited talk (NATO M&S Center of Excellence) at the CAX Forum 2012 in Rome.

PUBLICATIONS


ACHMAD MUHIDDIN, former Ph.D. student in civil and environmental engineering and currently a professor at Hasanuddin University, Indonesia, and ISAO ISHIBASHI, professor of civil and environmental engineering, "Passive Pressure on Retaining Wall with Rotational Movement Modes with Anisotropic Sand as Backfill" in Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Lowland Technology in Bali, Indonesia.