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This page lists the publications produced by individuals within the Office of University Outreach and Engagement for the last five years--2012 through 2016.  For an individual's complete list of publications, please click on his or her name at the bottom of this page and download her or his vita. 

    2015 Publications

    Auslander, M. (2015). “We can’t breathe”: Performing subjection in African American protest traditions. Centre for Imaginative Ethnography. Retrieved from

    Auslander, M. (with Ahn, C-E.). (2015, June). Responding to “Comfort Woman” denial at Central Washington University. Asia Pacific Journal [Japan Focus], 13(21). Retrieved from

    Auslander, M. (with Amason, J. H., McCrary, A., Anderson, B., Bair, S., Crosby, N., Hammersburg, B.). (2015). Between night and day: Exhibiting homelessness in Ellensburg, WA. Centre for Imaginative Ethnography. Retrieved from

    Auslander, M. (with Peake, B.). (2015). Viral soundscapes in the public square: The Confederate flag visits the U.S. Capitol. Centre for Imaginative Ethnography. Retrieved from

    Byle, A. (2015, December). Engaging the next generation of journalists in Detroit schools. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (8)2.

    Byle, A. (2015, January). Beef production systems research benefits local agricultural and entrepreneurial stakeholders. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (7)2.

    Byle, A. (2015, March). A medical student’s passion for Flint. The Engaged Scholar Magazine (9), 5.

    Byle, A. (2015, March). MSU spin-off company markets solution to scientific publishing community and beyond. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (7)3.

    Byle, A. (2015, March). Public health in Flint: Bringing MSU to the community. The Engaged Scholar Magazine, (9), 2-4.

    Byle, A. (2015, May). Applying business expertise to area nonprofits helps build local capacity. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (7)4.

    Byle, A. (2015, November). Spartan Performance provides integrative approach to sports science for youth athletes. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (8)1.

    Coronado, J. (2015). A divided community united on the diamond: The 1962 Hidalgo County Colt League baseball World Series champions. Journal of the West, 54, 22-31.

    Dewhurst, C. K., & MacDowell, M. (2015). Contributor. In A. Kathrada (Ed.) The triumph of the human spirit: Ahmed Kathrada and Robben Island. Auckland, New Zealand: P.Q. Blackwell.

    Dewhurst, C. K., & MacDowell, M. (2015). Strategies for creating and sustaining museum-based international collaborative partnerships. Practicing Anthropology, 37(3), 54-55. doi:10.17730/0888-4552-37.3.54

    Fisher, S., Middleton, K., Ricks, E., Malone, C., Briggs, C., Barnes, J. (2015). Not just black and white: Peer victimization and the intersectionality of school diversity and race. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, (44)6, 1241-1250.

    Fitzgerald, H. E. (2015). A tribute to Kathryn Barnard and Peter De Chateau. Perspectives on Infant Mental Health, 23(4), 8-9.

    Fitzgerald, H. E., & Zientek, R. (2015). Learning cities, systems change, and community engagement scholarship. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, 145, 21–33. doi: 10.1002/ace.20120

    Fitzgerald, H. E., Bocknek, E. L., Hossain, Z., & Roggman, L. (2015). Reflections on fathers and infant mental health. Infant Mental Health Journal, 36, 75-77. doi: 10.1002/imhj.21494

    Forster, M. (2015, December). Sensors communicate inner workings of infrastructure. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (8)2.

    Forster, M. (2015, January). Environmental ethics, climate change, and building tribal resilience. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (7)2.

    Forster, M. (2015, March). Book collaboration showcases the diversity of local belief. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (7)3.

    Forster, M. (2015, May). Collaboration brings fresh ideas for Michigan state parks. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (7)4.

    Forster, M. (2015, May). New hardware and a social media model create opportunities for shared learning. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (7)4.

    Forster, M. (2015, November). Scientific and religious leaders collaborate to address disciplinary and ideological gaps in ecological sustainability. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (8)1.

    Gerde, H. K., Pierce, S. J., Lee, K., & Van Egeren, L. (2015). Early childhood educators' self-efficacy in science, math, and literacy instruction and science practice in the classroom. Manuscript in preparation for submission to Early Childhood Research Quarterly.

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