Publications & Presentations

Publications

2017 State of Metropolitan Housing: The State of Affordable Rental in the Louisville Region  (Kelly Kinahan)

“‘Minds in Motion’ in a Spanish Immersion School” (Daniela Terson De Paleville)

  • Submitted (awaiting response): an article by Vargas, Immekus, Day, Little, Terson de Paleville for the Journal of Motor Learning.

  • Submitted (awaiting response): an article by King and Terson de Paleville for the ACSM Journal of Health and Fitness

“Microagressions in Clinical Medicine” (Lauren Freeman)
  • Revising for submission: Freeman, L. & Stewart, H. (2017). Microagressions in Clinical Medicine.

  • Revising for submission: Freeman, L. & Ayala, S. (2017). Sex Categorizations in Medical Contexts: A Cautionary Tale.

“Transforming Learning Communities: A Multi-Year Project Supporting Teachers of Adolescents” (Shelley Thomas)

  • Submitted (awaiting response): Crosby, S., Howell, P., & Thomas, S. Social justice education through trauma-informed teaching. Submitted to the Middle School Journal.

Other:

“Middle-School Citizen Science Investigation of Global Climate Change: Developing Local Environmental Justice School Partnerships” (Mary Brydon-Miller)

  • An article about the project will be published in the November issue of The Insider.

“Learning how the Community leads: Evaluating and Informing City-Based Participatory Engagement in West Louisville” (Angela Storey)

  • An article about the project was published in the UofL HSC Diversity Newsletter (September 2017).

Presentations

To view presentations from our 19 Transdisciplinary Teams, click here for recordings of the 2018 Social Justice Research Celebration. 

“‘Minds in Motion’ in a Spanish Immersion School” (Daniela Terson De Paleville)

  • Cleary, N., Immekus, J. C., & Terson de Paleville, D. (2017, April). Hyperactivity and inattention in elementary school and its relationship with visual efficiency. Poster presented at the annual University of Louisville Undergraduate Research and Community Engagement Symposium. Louisville, KY.

  • Muntis, F. , Vargas, L., Immekus, J. C., & Terson de Paleville, D. (2017, April). Associations between motor proficiency, cognitive tempo, academic skills, balance and visual efficiency in elementary school students. Poster presented at the annual Society for Neuroscience-Louisville Chapter, Neuroscience Day, Louisville, KY.

  • Vargas, L. , Immekus, J. C., & Terson de Paleville, D. (2017, April). Gravity falls: The relationship between balance, visual efficiency and motor proficiency in elementary school age children. Poster presented at the annual Society for Neuroscience- Louisville Chapter, Neuroscience Day. Louisville, KY.

  • Cleary, N., Immekus, J. C., & Terson de Paleville, D. (2017, April). Hyperactivity and inattention in elementary school: relationship with visual inefficiency. Poster presented at the annual Society for Neuroscience-Louisville Chapter, Neuroscience Day. Louisville, KY.

  • Little, T., Immekus, J. C., & Terson de Paleville, D. (March 2017). Incorporation of a physical activity program “Minds in Motion” in a Spanish-immersion elementary school: Effects on classroom behavior and academic performance. Poster presented at the annual Posters in the Capitol. Frankfort, KY.

“Microagressions in Clinical Medicine” (Lauren Freeman)
  • Freeman, L. (2017). Microaggressions in Clinical Encounters and How to Avoid Them. Presented at University of Louisville School of Medicine, Diversity Initiative for Faculty.

  • Freeman, L. (2017). Why Medicine Needs Feminism. Presented at University of Louisville School of Medicine.

  • Freeman, L. (2017). Micro-Ethics: A Discussion of Microaggressions, Stereotype Threat, and Safe Spaces. Guest speaker on Ethics Forward.

  • Freeman, L. (2017). Why Medicine Needs Feminism and Other Counter-Intuitive Truths. Presented at Medical Education Initiative. Toronto.

  • Freeman, L. & Ayala S. (2017). Sex Categorizations in Medical Contexts: A Cautionary Tale. Presented at Canadian Philosophical Association, Ryerson University. Toronto.

“Housing Justice in Louisville Metro and Beyond” (Lauren Heberle)

  • The State of Metropolitan Housing Report will be presented at a public press conference Dec 12, 2017.

“Middle-School Citizen Science Investigation of Global Climate Change: Developing Local Environmental Justice School Partnerships” (Mary Brydon-Miller)

  • Mary Brydon-Miller and Ben Kolb are scheduled to do a radio show appearance with Mark Hebert on November 15th.

“Civil Rights History in Kentucky” (Lara Kelland)

  • Dr. Lara Kelland has presented the research to the Community Engagement Academy offered to School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies Students.

“Black Men as Agents of Change in Children’s Literacy Success” (Kathryn Whitmore)

  • Whitmore, K.F. & Jones, V.F. (October, 2017). Black men as agents of change in children’s literacy success: A study of the effects of volunteer readers and early literacy behaviors in a pediatric clinic waiting room. Presented at the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities. Denver, CO.

  • Whitmore, K.F. (July, 2017). Waiting...and reading diverse books! Early literacy behaviors in a pediatric clinic waiting room. Presented at Literacies for All Summer Institute. Tucson, AZ.

“Transforming Learning Communities: A Multi-Year Project Supporting Teachers of Adolescents” (Shelley Thomas)
  • Crosby, S. (2017). Trauma-Sensitive Teaching: Understanding Trauma and Toxic Stress in the Classroom. Presented to 38 faculty and staff at Westport Middle School. Louisville, KY.