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Faculty Scholarship Celebration: V-Z

Prof. Deborah Waltermire's Scholarship

Waltermire, D., Walton, L., Steese, B., Riley, J., & Robertson, A. (2010, April 26). Assessing sensory characteristics of the work environment for adults with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder. OT Practice, 15(7), 12-14, 16-17.

Waltermire, D., Chaney, K., Sharpe, E., & Watt, L. (2014, April). Play and social participation: Children with congenital heart defects compared to typically developing peers. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the American Occupational Therapy Association, Baltimore, MD.

Ms. Elizabeth Young Miller's Scholarship

Young, E. A. (2013). [Review of the book Encyclopedia of the Kennedy's: The people and events that shaped America, by J. M. Siracusa]. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 52(3), 266. Retrieved from Academic Search Premier.

Article available via Academic Search Complete.

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Young Miller, E., Macaulay, L., Hyder-Darlington, L., & Toro, J. (2014, June). Learning from lesson plans and information literacy: How the two can work together to benefit students. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the American Library Association, Las Vegas, NV.


Prof. Jesse Waters' Scholarship

Dr. Debra Wohl's Scholarship

Wohl, D. L., & Curry, W. J. (2009, August). Allergies, asthma, and eczema: Response to disturbance of the microbiota of the newborn gut [Presentation slides]. Conference talk at the Ecological Society of America and International Ecological Society Joint Meeting, Albuquerque, NM.

Wohl, D. L., Curry, W. J., Mauger, D., Miller, J., & Tyrie, K. (in press). Intrapartum antibiotics and childhood atopic dermatitis. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 28(1).

Dr. Jodi Yorty's Scholarship

Bahr, E. C., & Yorty, J. L. (2013). Rapid decrease in CD8+ T cells following treatment of mice with exogenous corticosterone. BIOS, 84(3), 148-157.

Yorty, J. L. (2013). Short-term corticosterone treatment decreases the early CD8+ T cell response to simian virus 40 tumor antigen but has no impact on the late CD8+ T cell response. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 28, 139-148.