Shannon Washburn led an eight-day tour of California agriculture in mid-June. The 16-member tour group included 11 agriscience teachers and several spouses. The tour included agricultural, natural resource, ecosystem and tourism interests.
Susanne Siepl-Coates presented "User Perceptions on the Architecture of the Palliative Care Center in Goettingen, Germany," second annual Symposium on Architecture, Culture and Spirituality, June 17-19, St. John's Abbey, Collegeville, Minn.
Michael W. Babcock and colleagues published "Economic Impacts of the Kansas Comprehensive Transportation Program Highway Construction and Maintenance Activities," Kansas Department of Transportation.
Donna Potts was elected chair of the Assembly of State Conferences, American Association of University Professors.
Potts and colleague published "Collaborative Budgeting," ACADEME July/August 2010.
Donna Potts presented "Ward's Shop," American Conference for Irish Studies, May 6, Penn State Abington, Pa.
Robert D. Linder presented "Len Buck and the Foundation of Everyman’s Welfare Service During World War II: A Case Study in Evangelical Faith and Determination," annual meeting of the Australian Evangelical History Association, July 23, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
Mark Barnett and students published "Children's Anticipated Responses to Hypothetical Peers With Undesirable Characteristics: Role of Peers' Desire to Change, Effort to Change and Outcome," Journal of Genetic Psychology, Vol. 171.
Donald Saucier, Richard Harris and student published "Before the Measurement of Prejudice: Early Psychological and Sociological Papers on Prejudice," Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 46.