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of Pennsylvania and West Chester University. Patricia Likos Ricci presented “The State as a Work of Art” at Lebanon Valley College in November 2010. Lou Schellenberg’s work was featured in a March 2011 solo exhibit, “Shadows and Light/Day and Night,” at the Artisans Gallery in Lancaster, Pa. The exhibit was featured in The Sunday News (Lancaster, Pa.). She also exhibited paintings in the Lancaster Museum of Art’s “Pennsylvania Seen: Southeast Landscapes” exhibit in April and May 2011.

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Gabe Ricci published “Nature and Norm in the Antique Literary Tradition” and a review essay on Charles Freeman’s “A.D. 381: Heretics, Pagans, and the Dawn of the Monotheistic State” in Existentia: An International Journal of Philosophy. In addition, Ricci was selected as a Wye Fellow for the Wye Faculty Seminar, which will be held at the July 2011 Aspen Institute.

Modern Languages

Mahua Bhattacharya presented “Training Participant Observers: Making Orientalism Work for You” at the 39th Annual Conference of the Mid-Atlantic Region Association for Asian Studies in October 2010 and “Articulating the Process of Articulation: Treading the Outcomes Discourse” at the October 2010 DePaul University’s Teaching Japan Conference. Mark Harman published “Retranslating Amerika” in the Journal of the Kafka Society of America. Harman also spoke about his experience translating Kafka and Rilke at a conference celebrating the 10th anniversary of the University of Kentucky’s Max Kade German House. He published an essay in SINN UND FORM, the journal of the Academy of the Arts in Berlin. In addition, a new illustrated edition of Harman’s translation of “The Castle” was published by The Folio Society. The organization’s publication, Folio:, featured Harman’s, “Unlocking ‘The Castle.’” In April 2011, he was interviewed on ABC, Austria’s public broadcasting network, about his new translation of Rilke’s “Letter to a Young Poet.” Charla Lorenzen presented a session about her

service-learning course at the November 2010 American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages convention.

OCCUPAT IONAL THERAPY

Christine Achenbach ’86 and Lark Eshleman presented “Incorporating Sensory Integration Healing into Attachment Health: A Synergistic Model” at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Association for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of Children in September 2010. Achenbach and Bronwyn Simons Keller ’79 conducted and facilitated three American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Fieldwork Educator Certificate Programs. Tamera Humbert , Allison Burket ’09, Rebecca Deveney ’10 and Katelyn Kennedy ’10 published “Occupational Therapy Practitioners’ Perspectives Regarding International Cross-Cultural Work” in the Australian Occupational Therapy Journal. Humbert participated in the panel discussion, “Changing the World for Women and Girls: A Faithful Response to the Millennium Development Goals,” sponsored by The Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania. Daniel Panchik and Anna Ford Franklin ’10 published “Injuries and Quality of Life of Collegiate Athletes: A Pilot Study” in the Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice in October 2010. Panchik also published “Clinical Commentary in Response to ‘The Diagnostic Value of the Grind Test for Diagnosis of Thumb Carpometacarpal Osteoarthritis’” in the Journal of Hand Therapy. Deborah Waltermire ’88 — along with Laura Walton ’08, Bethanie Steese ’07, Jenna Riley ’09 and Ashleigh Shaughney Robertson ’09—published “Assessing Sensory Characteristics of the Work Environment for Adults with Schizophrenia or Schizoaffective Disorder” in the journal OT Practice in April 2010. Waltermire participated in the January 2010 panel presentation, “The Hospital Experience from the Patients’ Perspective,” at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In addition, she participated in the panel, “Parents Partnering with the Healthcare Team for Children’s Safety,” during the June 2010 Johns Hopkins Health System

Inaugural Patient Safety Summit. At the October 2010 Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association annual conference, the following presentations were made: “Can Picture Social Stories Improve Behaviors in ASD” by Achenbach , Katherine MacGregor ’10 and Samantha Price ’10; “Integrating Occupational Therapy with Treatment of Attachment Issues” by Achenbach and Eshleman; “Out-of-School Participation in Children with Disabilities Education Sessions” by Judy Beck Ericksen ’80 , Chelsea Miles ’09, Jessica Parkes ’10 and Emily Berger ’10; “Current Occupational Therapy Practice for Overweight and Obesity” by Linda Leimbach , Samantha Evanko ’10, Angela Freeland ’09 and Kristi Warner ’09; “Developing the Electronic-Hand Assessment Tool (E-HAT): Case Study” by Panchik , Franklin ’10 and Erin Ensminger ’10; “A Creative Occupation Group for the Well-Elderly” by Ann Marie Potter , Lauren Rossi ’10 and Jillian Snyder ’10; “Functional Recovery Post Stem Cell Transplantation: Implications for OT” by Potter and Laura Festa ’10; “Schizophrenia: Sensory Processing and the Work Environment” by

Waltermire , Autumn Atherton ’11, Kelsey Flasser ’10 and Lindsey Kerlin ’10; and “Occupational Balance and Health among the Well-Elderly” by Angela Salvadia ’78 , Amanda Gordon ’10, Jennifer Brizek Matlack ’10 and Lisa Weeks ’10. At the April 2011 AOTA annual conference, the following presentations were made: “Students Conduct Program Assessment: Reflection-On-Action” by Nancy Carlson ’84 , Abby Sauder Shaw ’09 and Cara Ehst ’09; “Participation Patterns and Preferences in Children with Physical Impairments: Exploring Out-of-School Activities” by Ericksen , Berger, Miles and Parkes; “Leisure Satisfaction Among Adolescents with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder or Asperger’s Syndrome” by Ericksen, Brittany Coyle ’10, Allisen Stanley Eberly ’10 and Jacqueline Trotter ’10; “The Kawa Model: Exploring How Women Overcome Intimate Partner Violence” by Humbert , Abby Mowery ’09 and Jaclynn Bistis Bess ’10;

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