Dr. Intima Alrimawi Published Works in the Fall of 2021

October 8, 2021

Dr. Intima Alrimawi, Assistant Professor of Nursing, in the School of Nursing and Health Professions at Trinity Washington University had recently published papers in the three consecutive months of August, September and October 2021:

Dreidi M., Alrimawi I., & Atout M. (2021) Nutritional Status, Symptoms, and Quality of Life among Oncology Patients in Palestine: An Explorative Survey. Progress in Palliative Care. DOI: 10.1080/09699260.2021.1981566 

Atout M., Alrimawi I., Dreidi M, Rajeh Saifan A., Abusalameh E., & Al-Yateem N. (2021) Parental Child Rearing Practices in Palestine: A Cross-Sectional Study. Global Pediatric Health, 8, 1-9. DOI:1177/2333794X211045967

Al-Yateem, N., Dias,J., Subu, M., Abraham, M., Abd El-Baky, F., Almarzouqi, A., Rahman, S., Saifan, A., Mohammad, M., Alrimawi, I., & Faris, M. (2021) Reflections on the transition to online teaching for health science education during the COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Medical Education, 12, 154-159.  DOI:10.5116/ijme.610c.1580

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Joshua Wright Publishes Article in Issues of Higher Education

October 1, 2021

Dr. Joshua Wright, Associate Professor of Global Affairs, published an article titled, “VIA: An Example of Social and Emotional Learning”. The article was published September 23, 2021 in Issues of Higher Education and focuses on a website project dedicated to the Virginia Interscholastic Association (VIA), an organization of 100 black high schools across Virginia created in 1954 before integration by black principals and administrators.

Wright, J. (2021). VIA: An Example of Social and Emotional Learning. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. https://doi.org/https://www.diverseeducation.com/opinion/article/15114887/via-an-example-of-social-and-emotional-learning

 

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Dean Sita Ramamurti Presents at AEFIS Academy’s How We Built This Series

October 1, 2021

Dr. Sita Ramamurti, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Mathematics, was invited to present at the AEFIS Academy’s : How we Built This? Series to speak on the development of the Data Analytics pathway at Trinity Washington University. The How We Built This? Series provides a forum for educational leaders to share their sustainable processes and best practices in leading assessment, student success and other initiatives at their institution.

Click here to learn more about AEFIS How We Built This Series.

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Dr. Intima Alrimawi and Nursing Seniors Attend the 4th National Maternal & Infant Health Summit

October 1, 2021

Assistant Professor Intima Alrimawi and seniors in the Nursing Program at Trinity Washington University attended Mayor Muriel Bowser’s Fourth National Maternal & Infant Health Summit on September 15, 2021. The summit was dedicated to connecting District residents with local and national resources and to provide public awareness in prenatal health and wellness. The 2021 Summit addressed the changes that have taken place in DC in support of pregnant women, moms, families and babies, as well as District residents at large, the importance of inclusivity in health, and resources that support the wellness of new moms and infants.

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Dr. Kimberly F. Monroe Selected as 2020-21 ELEVATE Fellow

October 1, 2021

Dr. Kimberly Monroe , Assistant Professor of Global Affairs, was selected as a 2020-21 ELEVATE Fellow with the Rutgers University Center for Minority Serving Institutions. From September 9-11 she and other faculty from across the United States, gathered on the campus of Rutgers in New Brunswick to further develop their skills through workshops. The ELEVATE workshops covered academic writing, grant writing, teaching and mentoring. ELEVATE further enriched fellows’ learning by providing sessions geared towards helping early career MSI faculty navigate the professoriate.

 

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Dr. Shizuka Hsieh Publishes Paper in Environmental Justice

August 15, 2021

Dr. Shizuka Hsieh, Associate Professor of Chemistry, published a paper titled, ” Asthma and Particulate Matter Pollution: Insights from Health Survey and Air Quality Monitoring in the Buzzard Point, Washington, DC Neighborhood. The paper was published August 12, 2021 in the online journal, Environmental Justice.  This collaborative work with ANC Commissioner Rhonda Hamilton and Professors Harrison and Phoenix comes out of an air quality monitoring campaign — since 2016 — and a larger grassroots community effort to improve the environment and secure housing for the near Buzzard Point neighborhood.

Hsieh, S., Harrison, E., Phoenix, J. A., & Hamilton, R. (2021). Asthma and particulate matter pollution: Insights from health survey and air quality monitoring in the Buzzard Point, Washington, DC neighborhood. Environmental Justice, 14(4), 254–266. https://doi.org/10.1089/env.2020.0066

 

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Dr. Shizuka Hsieh Serves as Faculty Fellow with the Associated Kyoto Program

July 27, 2021

Dr. Shizuka Hsieh, Associate Professor of Chemistry, served as a visiting Faculty Fellow with the Associated Kyoto Program during her sabbatical from Trinity in AY20-21. Dr. Hsieh taught a course on chemical pollution for American liberal arts college students studying abroad in Japan and published an article titled, “Study-abroad in Japan under COVID-19: Emerging Parallels with a Course on Environmental Pollution”. This work is a collaboration with two undergraduates in the course.

Hsieh, S., Roger, O. & Walker, K. (2020). Study-abroad in Japan under COVID-19: Emerging parallels with a course on environmental pollution. The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 18, Issue 22. https://apjjf.org/2020/22/Hsieh-Ort-Walker.html

 

 

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Dr. Kimberly F. Monroe Presents at the University of Cape Coast in Ghana

June 9, 2021

Dr. Kimberly F. Monroe, Assistant Professor of Global Affairs, presented at the University of Cape Coast in Cape Coast in Ghana. She presented on Pan-Africanism and African Liberation: A Shield for the 21st Century at the Pan-African Student Summit Part II on June 4, 2021.

Over the course of the academic year, Dr. Monroe was also awarded The Howard University: Center for African Studies Faculty Residency Award last February 8, 2021.

She also presented on the following panel:

Exploring Senegalese Women Hip-Hop Artists and Transnational Social Change, 11th Annual Africana Studies Interdisciplinary Conference, James Madison University, February 17-20, 2021, Conference Theme: Movement(s), Collectives, and Collectivity (Feb 17, 2021) Presenter

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Dr. Rebecca Easby Appointed as Contributing Editor

May 21, 2021

Dr. Rebecca Jeffrey Easby, Associate Professor of Art History and Chair of Fine Arts Program, was re-appointed as Contributing Editor for 19th Century Art at Smarthistory.org, a free, online for Art History content, which served 57 million viewers in 2020. Dr. Easby has also written numerous articles for the site.

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Dr. Christopher Bishop Elected Member-At-Large for American Psychology-Law and Society

May 19, 2021

Dr. Christopher Bishop, Associate Professor of Psychology, has received many accolades and appointments in the AY20-21 year. In June 2020, Dr. Bishop was elected as Member-At-Large, for the American Psychology, Law and Society (Division 41 APA) for a three year term. Dr. Bishop is the only person of color as a voting board member.

In May 2021, Dr. Bishop was appointed as Chair of Mental Health for the Eastern Province of Kappa Alpha Psi, Fraternity, Inc. The province includes MD, VA, DC, and Bermuda.

Also, in 2021 Dr. Bishop was one of the contributing authors of the published Association of Black Psychologists Revised Ethical Standards.

Trinity congratulates Dr. Bishop on his appointments and contributions in the field of psychology.

 

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Dr. Daryl Thorne and Dr. James Maiden Co-Authored Article in Journal of African-American Males in Education

May 19, 2021

Adjunct Professor James Maiden, Ed.D., and Assistant Professor Daryl Thorne, Ed.D., co-authored an article titled, “Examining Factors That Promote Doctoral Degree Attainment for African American Males in Counselor Education Programs“. The article was published in the Journal of African American Males in Education on April 5, 2021.

Citation:

Maiden, Ed.D., James L., et al. “Examining Factors That Promote Doctoral Degree Attainment for African American Males in Counselor Education Programs.” Journal of African American Males in Education, vol. 12, no. 1, 2021, jaamejournal.scholasticahq.com/article/22062-examining-factors-that-promote-doctoral-degree-attainment-for-african-american-males-in-counselor-education-programs.

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Dr. Bill Beverly Selected as a Fall 2021 Writer to Writer Mentor

May 19, 2021

Dr. Bill Beverly, Associate Professor of English, was selected as a Fall 2021 Writer to Writer mentor by the Association of Writers & Writing Programs. This three-month program paired him with debut novelist Yichen (Lily) Shi of Uppsala, Sweden, author of THE COCOON, a thriller about China’s one-child policy and a young woman’s vengeance against a bureaucrat who persecuted her mother.

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NHP Faculty and Students Volunteer at CN DCPS Vaccination Clinic

April 9, 2021

The School of Nursing and Health Profession’s faculty, Dr. Intima Alrimawi, Dr. Mia Waldron, and Professor Ananya Datta, and two Trinity nursing students, Helen Villegas and Kyrian Amechi, participated in the vaccination clinic (CN DCPS Vaccination Volunteer) on February 20, 2021, at Dunbar High school in DC.

This event was coordinated by the Children’s National Hospital (CNH) which has partnered with the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) to offer the Pfizer Covid vaccine to approximately 3,000 of their employees who returned to on-site work in February. The volunteers helped with various clinical support roles including medication preparation, first aid, and general clinical support.

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Dr. Diane Reese Publishes Manuscript in Frontiers in Education Journal

February 8, 2021

Dr. Diane Reese, Assistant Professor of Counseling at Trinity Washington University, has published a manuscript titled, “School Counselor Preparation To Support Inclusivity, Equity and Access for Students of Color With Disabilitiesin the Frontiers in Education Journal, section Special Educational Needs.  The article addresses how school counselor education programs can use the ASCA Model framework themes in preparing school counselor trainees to engage in best practices to encourage, support, and ensure that students of color with disabilities have access and inclusion in the general education setting.

Manuscript title: School Counselor Preparation To Support Inclusivity, Equity and Access for Students of Color With Disabilities
Journal: Frontiers in Education, section Special Educational Needs
Article type: Conceptual Analysis
Authors: Diane Reese
Manuscript ID: 588528
Edited by: Waganesh A Zeleke

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Dr. Intima Alrimawi Publishes Paper in Applied Nursing Research Journal

December 7, 2020

Dr. Intima Alrimawi, Assistant Professor of Nursing, in the School of Nursing and Health Professions at Trinity Washington University had recently published her paper, titled:

Ali, L. A. I., Saifan, A., Alrimawi, I., Atout, M., & Salameh, B. (2021) Perceptions of nurses about reporting Medication administration errors in Jordanian hospitals: A qualitative study. Applied Nursing Research, 151432. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apnr.2021.151432

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