Scholarly and Creative Achievements
During the 2010-2011 academic year at Sacramento State University, the CHHS Faculty Professional Development Committee invited faculty to share the most recent professional accomplishments achieved within their field. The achievements submitted to the dean’s office included their involvement in creating journals or publications and delivering presentations. You may download the complete booklet to read the most recent submitted work.
Tim Croisdale, Criminal Justice
Tim Croisdale is an assistant professor in the Division of Criminal Justice. His professional interests include environmental criminology, crime analysis, crime prevention and reduction, and computational criminology.
Haapanen, R., Britton, R., Croisdale, T., & Coebergh, B. (2009). Serious juvenile offenders and persistent criminality. In Savage, J. (Ed.), The development of persistent criminality. New York: Oxford University Press.
Conference Proceedings:Croisdale, T. (2009, February). Issues in persistence. Paper presented in Juvenile Issues II, Panel conducted at the annual meeting of the Western Society of Criminology, San Diego, CA.
Will Vizzard, Criminal Justice
Will Vizzard is professor emeritus, teaching half time and advising undergraduate students in the Division of Criminal Justice. His professional interests include criminal investigation, police and society, police organization and management.
American Society for Public Administration, Sacramento Chapter 2012 Chester Newland Award for Outstanding Academic Service
“An Alternate Interpretation of Police Attire,” Police Forum, 18:8, 2009.
Lindy Valdez, Kinesiology and Health Science
Lindy Valdez is a professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Science. His research interests include attitude toward physical education, non-traditional vs. traditional physical activities (games), and pedagogy in physical education.
Valdez, L.A. & Quintana (2010). Fun with Fitness. State Conference, Hawaii Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Honolulu, Hawaii.
Bass de Martinez, B., Loers, D. Sheared, V. & Valdez, L. A. (2010). Survival in Difficult Times: Managing an Academic Unit Under Fiscal Stress. Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, Hawaii.
Valdez, L.A. & Quintana (2009). Game it: Using Power Point Game Shows to Motivate Learning. State Conference, Hawaii Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Honolulu, Hawaii.
Ann Knickelbein, Nursing
Ann Knickelbein is a full time faculty member for the School of Nursing. Her professional interests include research related to community health, health promotion, and school nursing.
Stoltz, A.D., Coburn, S., & Knickelbein A. (2009). Building local infrastructure for coordinated school health programs: A pilot study. Journal of School Nursing (25)2, 133-140. doi:10.1177/1059840509332281
Tanya Altmann, Nursing
Tanya Altmann is an assistant professor for the School of Nursing. Her professional interests are surgical and trauma research.
Altmann, T. K., & Sutherland, S. (2009). Test Bank for Burns, N., & Grove, S. K. (2009) The Practice of Nursing Research: Appraisal, Synthesis, and Generation of Evidence, 6th ed., St. Louis: Saunders. Available at http://evolve.elsevier.com/Burns/Practice
Martha Moon, Nursing
Martha Moon is a part time faculty member of the School of Nursing.
Publications or Presentations
Tuck, I, Moon, MW, & Allocca, PN. (2010). An Integrative Approach to Cultural Competence Education for Advanced Practice Nurses. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 21, 402-409.
Bridget Parsh, Nursing
Bridget Parsh is an assistant professor for the School of Nursing and faculty mentor for the College of Health and Human Services Faculty Student Mentor Program. Her professional interests include clinical instruction, faculty role, simulation outcomes and instructor effectiveness.
Parsh, B. & Amarrador, A. (accepted) “Ingestion of button batteries”, Nursing 2011
Parsh, B. & Burr, A. (2010) “Working with gastrostomy tubes”, Nursing 2010, 40 (12).
Parsh, B., (2010) Characteristics of Effective Simulation Instructors. Author, Conference Poster Contribution. Magic in Teaching Conference, CINHC, Oakland, CA.
Bonnie Raingruber, Nursing
Bonnie Raingruber is a professor in the School of Nursing. Her professional interests are workforce development, obesity, alternative interventions for stress reduction and health disparities.
Raingruber, B & Robinson, C. Chapter 9. Sustaining purpose and motivation: Weaving caring and self-care (2010 scheduled publication). In Interpretive Phenomenology. Patricia Benner (Ed). Sigma Theta Tau International Press.
Raingruber, B. (in press February 2009). Assigning poetry reading as a way of introducing students to methods of qualitative data analysis. Journal of Advanced Nursing.
Steen, J., Gould, E., Raingruber, B. & Hill, J. (in press Jan 2009). Effect of student nurse intern position on ease of transition from student nurse to RN. Journal for Nurses in Staff Development.
Bryan Coleman-Salgado, Physical Therapy
Bryan Coleman Salgado is a faculty member and the Director of Clinical Education for the Department of Physical Therapy. His professional interests include physical therapist clinical education, and how to elevate the general competencies of physical therapist new graduates. He is also interested in yoga, Ayurveda and the integration of these ancient sciences into physical therapy practice.
Peer Reviewed Publications
Coleman Salgado B., Jones M., Ilgun S., McCord G., Van Houten P., Campbell K. Ananda yoga for persons with multiple sclerosis. (2009) International Journal of Yoga Therapy, 19, 40.
Clare Lewis, Physical Therapy
Clare Lewis is a professor for the Department of Physical Therapy. Her research interests include treatment efficacy of interventions use in the treatment of spinal conditions, including scoliosis and other causes of musculoskeletal pain, and innovative interventions to help the efficacy of application of physical therapy interventions.
Lewis, C. Connor, M. Cordoza, A. Flores, B. Hue, L. Jones, J. Millman, J. Diaz, R. Using the ATM2 TM to Treat Scoliosis. Published Abstract, CPTA, October 2010
Escamilla, R., Lewis, C., Bell, D., Bramblet, G., Daffron, J., Lambert, S., Pecson, A., Imamura, R., Lonnie Paulos, MD, James R. Andrews, MD. Core Muscle Activation During Swiss Ball and Traditional Abdominal Exercises. JOSPT Vol 40, No. 5, May 2010.
Lewis, C., Erhard, R., Drysdale, G. Kyphoscoliosis Improvement While Treating a Patient for Adhesive Capsulitis Using the Active Therapeutic Movement Version 2. JMPT Vol 31 No. 9, November/ December 2008.
Brad Stockert, Physical Therapy
Brad Stockert is a professor for the Department of Physical Therapy. His research interests include therapeutic exercise, balance assessment using the “Star Grid” and educational outcomes assessment. He has presented his research at numerous state, national and international conferences.
Stockert, B.W. (2009). The impact of age on performance of the Star Excursion Balance Test. Journal of Orthopedics and Sport Physical Therapy, 39(1)A66.
Beth Erickson, Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration
Beth Erickson is an associate professor and internship coordinator in the Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration. Her professional interests are community recreation, outdoor leadership and natural resource management, technology and recreation, adaptive outdoor equipment for individuals with disabilities, gender, race, ethnicity and accessibility to natural areas, politics and recreation.
K Erickson, B. (February 24-28, 2009). Grant Writing for Beginners. Texas Recreation and Park Society Austin, TX.
Erickson, B. (February 24-28, 2009). Who are these Millennials? Texas Recreation and Park Society Austin, TX.
Piatt, J., Jorgensen, L. Shaw, G., Erickson, B. (January, 2009). Meeting the needs of ALL students: Developing an accessible learning experience, SPRE. Salt Lake City, UT. (NATIONAL)
Lisa Jorgensen, Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration
Lisa Jorgensen is an assistant professor, recreation therapy coordinator and advisor outreach coordinator in the Department of Recreation and Tourism Administration. Her professional interests are creating healthy and safe parks, women's constraints to leisure, and evaluation techniques for the recreation profession.
2012 CHHS Outstanding Teaching Award
Jorgensen, L. J. & Bloom, K. (2011). “Conducting an Evaluation for Recreation Programs and Services" The evaluation cycle: From determining the evaluation purpose to reporting results. California Parks and Recreation, 67(1), 38-49.
Erickson, B. & Jorgensen, L. J. (2009). Outdoor youth connection: An evaluation of the outdoor leadership training program, 2007 - 2008. Technical Report Submitted to the California State Parks, California State Parks Foundation, and Pacific Leadership Institute.
Jorgensen, L. J. & Bloom, K. (2011). Evaluating programs: Effectively reporting evaluation results. Presented at the California and Pacific Southwest Recreation and Park Training Conference. Sacramento, California, March 10, 2011
Dana Kivel, Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration
Dan Kivel is a professor in the Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration. Her professional interests include community recreation (non-profit and municipal), leisure and identity, and leisure and ideology - issues of gender, sexuality and race.
Kivel, B.D. & Johnson, C.W. (2009). Consuming media, making men: Using collective memory work to understand leisure and the construction of masculinity. Journal of Leisure Research, 41(1), 109-133. R1
McCormack, B. & Kivel, B. (2008-2009). Co-chaired the Leisure Research Symposium for the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) meetings in Baltimore, Maryland in and Salt Lake City, Utah.
Kath Pinch, Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration
Katherine Pinch is an associate professor and the recreation therapy co-coordinator for the Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration. Her professional interests are adventure education, environmental education and adventure therapy.
Pinch, K. J. (In Press). Of course you have power Batwoman ….But don’t forget your purse! Journal of Experiential Education.
Jude M. Antonyappan, Social Work
Jude M. Antonyappan, an associate professor in the Division of Social Work, was selected for a Fulbright German Studies Seminar award to Germany. The title of her project is “Ethnic Diversity and National Identity.” Dr. Antonyappan will conduct her study during the summer of 2011.
Francis Yuen, Social Work
Francis Yuen is a professor in the Division of Social work.
Yuen, F. Terao, K. & Schmidt, A.M. (2009). Effective grant writing and program evaluation for human service professionals. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley & Sons.
Celeste Roseberry-McKibbon, Speech Pathology and Audiology
Celeste Roseberry McKibbin is a professor for the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. Her professional interests are assessment and treatment of multicultural students with communicative disorders, including cultural and linguistic differences, American accent assessment and training for speakers of English as a second language, and normal language and phonological development and disorders in children.
Roseberry-McKibbin, C., & Hegde, M.N. (2011). An advanced review of speech-language pathology: Preparation for PRAXIS and comprehensive examination (3rd ed.). Austin, TX: Pro•Ed.
Presentations and Lectures
Roseberry-McKibbin, C. (2011, April). Assessment of multicultural students with potential language disorders. Invited presentation, Mt. Diablo Unified School District, Concord, CA.
Binkley, J., & Roseberry-McKibbin, C. (2011, March). Service delivery to children with severe cerebral palsy: A case study. Paper presented at the annual convention of the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Martineau, M., Herbert, J., Stage, T., & Roseberry-McKibbin, C. (2011, March). Current trends in dyslexia research: Practical implications for assessment and research. Paper presented at the annual convention of the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Robert Pieretti, Speech Pathology and Audiology
Robert Pieretti is an assistant professor for the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. His professional interests include language and literacy, language disorders, language based reading disorders, response to intervention (RTI) models, and English Language Learners.
Goldsworthy, C.L., & Pieretti, R.A. (2012). Sourcebook of Phonological Awareness Volume III: Children’s Core Literature: Grades 3-5. (2nd ed.). New York: Delmar/Cengage Learning.
Roseberry-McKibbin, C., Pieretti, R.A., & Vue, P. Enhancing Oral and Literate Language Skills in Young ELL Children. (November 19, 2011). American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, San Diego.
Kaul, S., O'Hanlon, L., Pieretti, R.A., & Zarchy, R. Improving Literacy and Articulation: RTI Tiers 1, 2, and 3 Research of FONEMZ. (November 19, 2011). American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, San Diego.
Roseberry-McKibbin, C., Pieretti, R.A., & Vue, P. Response to Intervention: A Bright Spot for the Literacy Advancement of English Language Learners in California? (February 5, 2011). Invited keynote address. National Students' Speech-Language-Hearing Association Conference, Sacramento State.