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(Published in FY ’17)

ARTICLES, ESSAYS, & BOOK CHAPTERS

Ammerman, L. K., Demere, K. D., Meierhofer, M. B., Morrison, M. L., Pierce, B. L., Szewczak, J. M., Evans, H. W., (2017). Noteworthy records for six species of bats from 13 Texas counties and the first voucher specimens form the sites with Pseudogymnoascus Destructans. The Occasions Papers, 351.

Ammerman, L. K., Dana, N. L., Russell, S. P. (2017). Patterns of genetic divergence among Myotis californicus, M. ciliolabrum, and M. Leibii based on amplified fragment length polymorphism. Acta Chiropterologica, 18 (2). 337-347.

Ammerman, L. K. & Laramie, L. L. (2017). Patterns of genetic diversification in widely distributed species of bat, Molossus Molossus. Occasional papers, 339.

Ammerman, L. K., Dowler, R. C., Ferguson, A. W., McDonough, M. M., Guerra, G. I., Rheude, M., Dragoo, J. W., (2017). Phylogeography of a widespread small carnivore, the western spotted skunk (Spilogale gracilis) reveals temporally variable signatures of isolation across western North America. Ecology and Evolution. 1-12.

Dr. Loren Ammerman is a Professor of Biology, College of Science and Engineering and Curator, Collection of Tissues, Angelo State Natural History Collections.

Dr. Robert Dowler is Tippet Professor of Biology, College of Science and Engineering and Curator of Mammals, Angelo State Natural History Collections.

Bechtol, B. (2016). A Marines guide to North Korea: Brinkmanship, provocations, and advanced weapons development. Marine Corps Gazette: Professional Journal of U.S. Marines, 100 (2). 8-15.

Bechtol, B. (2017). North Korean nuclear weaponization program: Numerous challenges and many failed solutions. Vanguardia Dossier, 66. 110-115.

Bechtol, B. (2016). Strengthening South Korean defense. Breakthrough on the peninsula: Third offset strategies and the future of defense of Korea. 51-58.

Dr. Bruce Bechtol is a Professor for the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Humanities.

Curtis, D. A. & Cargill, J. R. (2017). Parental deception: Perceived effects on parent-child relationships. Journal of Relationships Research (8). 1-8.

Dr. Drew Curtis is an Assistant Professor for the Department of Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work, College of Health and Human Services.

Gritter, M. (2016). Elite leadership, people of Mexican origin, and Civil Rights: Dennis Chavez and the politics of fair employment. Congress and the Presidency, 44. 143-156. Doi: 10.1080-07343469.016.1263977.

Dr. Matthew Gritter is an Assistant Professor for the Department of Political Science and Philosophy, College of Arts and Humanities.

Heineman, K. J. (2016). Catholics, communists, and conservatives: The making of Cold War Democrats on the Pittsburg front. U.S. Catholic Historian 28. 25-54.

Heineman, K. J. (2016). Asserting states’ rights, demanding federal assistance: Texas Democrats in the era of the New Deal. Journal of Policy History, 28. 342-374.

Dr. Kenneth Heineman is a Professor for the Department of History, College of Arts and Humanities.

Jackson, M. (2017). Antiperistasis in Marvell’s “Horatian Ode”. A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews, 30 (1). 23-28. Doi: 10.1080-0895769X.2016.1258635.

Dr. Mark Jackson is an Assistant Professor for the Department of English and Modern Languages, College of Arts and Humanities.

Jones, C. (2017). Convergence in venture capital investments: Evidence from a panel of 18 US regions. The Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, 46 (2). 132-137.

Dr. Clifton Jones is the Dean and Professor for the College of Business.

Kornasky, L. (2015). Virginia and Economics. The Ellen Glasgow Journal, VI. 31-49.

Dr. Linda Kornasky is a Professor for the Department of English and Modern Languages, College of Arts and Humanities.

Ostrofsky, K. A. (2017). Sesame Street as a musical comedy-variety show. Music in comedy television: Notes on laughs.15-30.

Dr. Kathryn Ostrofsky is an Instructor for the Department of History, College of Arts and Humanities.

Singg, S. & Mull, C. W., (2017). Effect of color on information retention by young men and women. Juniper Online Journal of Case Studies, 2 (4). 1-4.

Singg, S. (2017). Ego-Dystonic Zoophilia: A case report with treatment plan and critical look at the current state. Clinical Case Reports and Reviews, 3 (1). 1-6.

Singg, S. (2017). Health risks of zoophilia/bestiality and medical sciences. Journal of Biological and Medical Sciences, 1 (1). 1-2.

Singg, S. (2017). Pharmaceutical patient non-adherence. Clinical Trials & Case Studies Journal, 2 (1). 1-2.

Singg, S. & Pontius, J., (2017). Role of obesity and depression in food preference: A study of adult sex disparities. SciFed Obesity Research Journal, 1 (1). 1-6.

Dr. Sangeeta Singg is a Professor for the Department of Psychology and Sociology, College of Health and Human Services.

MONOGRAPHS

Curtis, D. (2017). Abnormal Psychology: Myths of Crazy (2nd ed.). Kendall Hunt Publishing Company: Dubuque, IA.

Dr. Drew Curtis is an Assistant Professor for the Department of Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work, College of Health and Human Services.

Dalrymple, T. (2016). Texas weather: The power and beauty of weather in the Lone Star State. L. Musgrove (Ed.). Lamar University Press.

Dr. Terry Dalrymple is a Professor for the Department of English and Modern Languages, College of Arts and Humanities.

Dr. Laurence Musgrove is a Professor and Department Chair of the Department of English and Modern Languages, College of Arts and Humanities.

Ellery, J. C. (2016). Elder Tree. Lamar University Press: Texas.

Dr. John C. Ellery is a Professor of English for the Department of English and Modern Languages, College of Arts and Humanities.

Bloom, M. & Gascoigne, C. (Eds.). (2017). Creating Experiential Learning Opportunities for Language Learners: Acting Locally while Thinking Globally. Multilingual Matters: Bristol.

Dr. Carolyn Gascoigne is the Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities.

Lambert, K. (2017). Watch, Listen, and Learn. Kendall Hunt Publishing Company: Iowa.

Dr. Kevin J. Lambert is a Professor for the Department of Visual and Performing Arts, College of Arts and Humanities.

Lynch, S. B. (2017). Elementary and Grammar Education in Late Medieval France: Lyon, 1285-1530. Amsterdam University Press.

Dr. Sarah Lynch is an Assistant Professor for the Department of History, College of Arts and Humanities.

Murphy, A. & Brunt, B. V. (2017). Uprooting sexual violence in Higher Education: A guide for practitioners and faculty. Routledge: New York.

Dr. Amy Murphy is an Assistant Professor for the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education.

Rahman, F. (2016). The Temple Road: A doctor’s journey. Speaking Tiger: New Delhi.

Fazlur Rahman, M.D., is an adjunct professor for the Department of Biology, College of Science and Engineering.

Taylor, W. A. (2017). Military service and American Democracy: From World War II to the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars. University Press of Kansas: Kansas.

Dr. William A. Taylor is an Associate Professor for the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Humanities.

VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS

Vinklarek, J. (2017). Dark Blue. Bower Center for the Arts 5th Annual National Juried Exhibition, Bower Center for the Arts, Bedford, Virginia.

Vinklarek, J. (2016). Lifter. Rio Brazos 20th Annual National Show, Tarleton State University, Granbury Arts Alliance. Granbury, Texas

Artwork also appeared in:
The 52nd Annual Drawing and Small Sculpture Show, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, TX.
Langdon Center for the Arts National Show, Grandbury, TX.
Mattie Kelly Art Center National Show, Niceville, FL.
South Cobb Arts Alliance National Show, Atlanta, GA.
Stars of Texas Regional Show, Brownwood, TX.
Mixed Media Prize Kenall Art Gallery, San Angelo, TX.
2017 Crooked Tree Art Center National Show, Petosky, MI.
Topeka Competition 33, Topeka, KS.
ASU Group Faculty Show, Katmandu, Nepal.

Mr. John G. Vinklarek is a Professor in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts, College of Arts and Humanities.