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Katrina Bell-Jordan
Katrina
Bell-Jordan
Interim Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Communication, Media and Theatre
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-5700
Expertise
Dr. Katrina Bell-Jordan’s teaching has emphasized media history and media literacy; studies in journalism and news writing; communication theory and mass communication theory; rhetorical theory and criticism; public address; and persuasion. She has additional teaching interests in cultural studies, gender studies, political communication, and popular culture.
Courses Taught
CMTM 465: Mass Communication Theory
CMTC 414: Seminar in Organizational Communication
CMTC 404: Communication Theory
CMTC 367: News Writing
CMTM 365: Contemporary Issues in Mass Media
CMTC 322: Rhetorical Theory & Criticism
CMTC 310: Persuasion
CMTM 265: Mass Media and Society
CMTM 165: Broadcasting and New Media
CMTM 105: Introduction to Journalism
CMTC 101: Public Speaking
CMTC 100: Introduction to Communication
Research Interests
Dr. Katrina Bell-Jordan’s research falls within the areas of cultural studies, media studies, and rhetorical studies. More specific emphasis is on race and representation in the media; intersections of gender and race; Black feminist thought and African-American women’s communicative experiences; identity and performance in media; and the rhetoric of popular culture. Specific attention has been given to humor in stand-up comedy, political cartooning and film/television parody.
Education

Ph.D.   Ohio University, School of Interpersonal Communication (Rhetorical Studies & Media Studies)

M.A.     Ohio University, School of Interpersonal Communication (Rhetorical Studies)

B.S.J.   Ohio University, E. W. Scripps School of Journalism (News Editorial Journalism)

Selected Publications

Bell-Jordan, K. E.  (2011). Still subscribing to stereotypes: Constructions of black masculinity in popular magazines.  In M. P. Hopson, & R. L. Jackson (Eds.), Masculinity in the Black imagination: Politics of communicating race and manhood.  New York: Peter Lang Publishing.     

Bell-Jordan, K. E.  (2010). Forward.  In J. Tischauser, Anti-Arab and anti-Muslim bias in American newspapers: How they reported the 2006 Israeli-Hezbollah and Israeli-Hamas wars (pp. i-iv).  Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press.

Bell-Jordan, K. E. (October, 2008). Black.White and a Survivor of The Real World: Constructions of race on reality TV.  Critical Studies in Media Communication, 25(4), 353-372.

Bell-Jordan, K. E.  (December, 2007).  Speaking fluent “joke”:  Pushing the racial envelope through comedic performance on Chappelle’s ShowPerformance Research, 12(3),74-90.

Bell, K.E., Orbe, M.P., Drummond, D.K., & Camara, S.K. (Winter, 2000). Accepting the challenge of centralizing without essentializing: Black Feminist Thought and African American women’s communicative experiences. Women’s Studies in Communication, 23 (1), 41-62.

Bell, K. E. (1998).  The more they change, the more they remain the Same: Representations of African American womanhood on Living Single. In T. McDonald, & T. Ford-Ahmed (Eds.), Nature of a sistuh: Black women’s lived experiences in contemporary culture (pp. 197-222). Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

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Sudha
Srinivas
Ph.D.
Associate Dean
Physics
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-5700
Expertise
Computational condensed matter physics. This involves modeling the physical and chemical properties of technological materials - from molecules and clusters (small aggregates of atoms) to solids.
Courses Taught
Quantum Mechanics, University Physics II
Research Interests
The goal of Dr. Srinivas's research is to understand, at a microscopic level, the origin of the properties that make these materials useful in present and future technologies. Among the current research projects underway are first-principles investigations of (i) the interactions of metal clusters with molecules - with the aim of understanding catalytic properties of certain metals; and (ii) physical and thermal properties of small metal clusters.
Education

Ph.D. (physics), State University of New York at Albany, 1995

M.S. (physics), The University of Poona (India), 1987

B.Sc. (physics), The University of Delhi, 1985

Selected Publications

1.         Retention and Student Success in STEM through a Mentoring Scholarship Program at an Urban HSI, S. Srinivas, P. H. Acioli, K Vogleonsger, N. Nicholson, J. Hibdon, N. Wrinkle, and D. Rutschman, Proceedings of the Eigth Annual Mentoring Institute Conference, editor N. Dominguez, pg. 1154-1157 (University of New Mexico, 2015).

2.         Silver and Gold mediated nucleobase bonding, P. H. Acioli and S. Srinivas, Journal of Molecular Modeling 20, 2391 (2014).

3.         Experiential Learning of Classical Mechanics Through Molecular Dynamics,  P. H. Acioli and S. Srinivas, Proceedings of the World Conference on Physics Education, Istanbul, Turkey, editor M. Taşar, p 385-396 (Pegem Akademi, 2013).

4.         An Exploration of the Potential Energy Surface of Ag7CO, P. H. Acioli, S. Burkland, and S. Srinivas, European Physical Journal D 66, 215 (2012).

5.         Density functional Theory study of Ag-Cluster/CO Interactions, P. H. Acioli, N. Ratanavade, M. R. Cline, and S. Srinivas, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Verlag (Heidelberg), Vol. 5545, 203 (2009).

6.         Atomistic Description of Electric Dipole Polarizability in SinHm, S. Srinivas, M. Yang, K. Jackson, and J. Jellinek, Comp. Meth. Sci. and Eng. 1108, 71 (2009).

7.         A Density-Functional Study of the Structure and Self-Organization in Spin Clusters, S. Srinivas and E. Torikai, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Vol. 310, 2390 (2007).

8.         Structure, Bonding and Magnetism in Manganese Clusters, P. Bobadova-Parvanova, K. A. Jackson, S. Srinivas and M. Horoi,  Journal of Chemical Physics, Vol. 122, 014310 (2005)

9.         First-principles investigations of the Structural and Electronic Properties of Small Beryllium Clusters, S. Srinivas and J. Jellinek, Journal of Chemical Physics, Vol. 121, 7243 (2004)           

10.       Emergence of antiferromagnetic ordering in Mn clusters, P. Bobadova-Parvanova, K. A. Jackson, S. Srinivas and M. Horoi, Phys. Rev. A 67, 61202 (2003)

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David Nissim-Sabat
David
Nissim-Sabat
Director of Pre-Professional Advising
College of Arts and Sciences
Expertise
Pre-Professional Advising (pre-health & pre-law) Grade Appeals for the College of Arts and Sciences Freshman/Transfer Orientation
Education

M.Ed. - Depaul University
BA - Purdue University

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