Faculty accomplishments



Low, John L., has been elected to the Board of Trustees for the Chicago History Museum for a four-year term. Low, an enrolled citizen of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, is the first American Indian to be invited to serve on the board since its founding in 1856.

Lerner, Mitchell, has been elected as vice president/president-elect of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR). He takes office on Nov. 1 and will serve a one-year term as vice president before ascending to the presidency in November 2023.

Toth, Lucille, has been accepted as one of the mentors for the 2022-23 Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme's Imagined Future Community of Practice. Her appointment begins on Nov. 1, 2022, and ends on Aug. 15, 2023.

Weiser, Elizabeth was re-elected as the only American to a three-year term on the Executive Board of the International Committee for Museology (ICOFOM), a unit of the 45,000-member International Council of Museums, based in Paris, France. In that role she will serve as managing editor for ICOFOM publications, producing its biannual journals, conference proceedings, and several monographs.


Dueñas, Alcira, received the Diversity Enhancement Faculty Award presented by the College of Arts and Sciences at The Ohio State University.

Morris, Tiyi, and Thomas, Mary, The Ohio Prison Education Exchange Project has been selected by the Office of Outreach and Engagement to receive the 2022 University Community Partnership Award. Ohio State's University Outreach and Engagement Awards honor faculty, staff, students and community partners for outstanding achievement in producing engaged scholarship and community impact.


Taylor, Christopher, solo exhibition of paintings entitled "Ecstatic Shadows; recent Paintings by Chris Taylor" at the Sean Christopher Gallery in Columbus, OH.

Grants and Fellowships

Dueñas, Alcira. Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme, 2022-23 Society of Fellows Faculty Cohort. "Building Empire from the Native Village: Indigenous Archive Making and the Legal Culture of the Colonial Andean Pueblo."

Goodell, Karen. Ohio Department of Wildlife (ODW)/USFWS. Ohio Bee Survey. ($119,929.00 TDC, 7/1/2022 – 7/1/2023).

Goodell, Karen. US Department of Defense, SEMS. Improved threatened, endangered and at-risk species monitoring tools for improved training and testing land utilization. Pollinator eDNA Biosurveillance. PI- Rodney Richardson, CO-PIs Karen Goodell and Matthew Fitzpatrick. (OSU subcontract $338,000.00, 6/2022 – 6/2024).

Lerner, Mitchell. Department of Education Title VI International Education Grant to support the East Asian Studies Center at The Ohio State University. ($2.3 million, 2022-26).

Okdie, Bradley, and Ramnath, Rajiv. Colleges of Engineering and Arts and Sciences, The Ohio State University. “Understanding and Predicting Behavior, Psychological and Physiological States through Mobile Sensing, AI and ML.” ($25,000)

Weiser, Elizabeth. Affordable Learning Exchange Racial Justice grant for English 2276. ($500)

Interviews, Commentaries and News Media Publications

Weiser, Elizabeth and Richard Shiels. “World Heritage for All vs. Golf for a Few.” Guest column. Newark Advocate, Aug. 20, 2022.


Dueñas, Alcira. “Amparos vs Maps: Land Possession and Dispossession in the Colonial Andes.” Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Theory, Frankfurt, Germany. Sept. 30, 2022
Dueñas, Alcira. “Empire-Building from Below: Indigenous Archive and Colonial Andean Culture.” University of Santiago de Chile, Santiago de Chile. Nov. 10, 2022.

Coldren, W. H., Gutti, G., McElroy, C.A., Hadad, C. M.; Ekici, O. D.Rational design and in-silico evaluation of novel peptidomimetic SARS-CoV-2 main protease Inhibitors for the treatment of COVID-19, Proteolytic Enzymes and Their Inhibitors Gordon Research Conference, June 5-10 2022, Barga, Italy (peer-reviewed)

Goodell, K., Spring, M, Helton, C., and Fredenburg, A. Role of midwestern forests in supporting wild bees. 2022 Entomological Society of America/Canadian Society of Entomology Joint Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.

Goodell, K. Risks and Rewards of Corn Soybean Landscapes for bees. Poster presentation. 2022 Ecological Society of America/Canadian Ecological Society Joint Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

Ozturk, A. (2022). Enabling Translanguaging in the Context of Mathematical Modeling. Paper presented in the 20th International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematical Modeling and Applications (ICTMA), Würzburg, Germany.

Chao, A., Adams-Carrol, M., Ozturk, A., Lin, H., Li, Y. (2022). Youth Digital Mathematics Stories: Eliciting Video Math Stories From Students of Color. Paper presented in Annual Conference of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), Los Angeles, CA.

Lin, H., Chao, T., Adams, M., Ozturk, A., & Li, Y. (2022). Digital Mathematics Storytelling from Communities of Color. Paper Presented in Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT), Columbus, OH.

Chey, W. Trainer, S., & Ward, P. (2022). Understanding and learning to do teacher education in an introductory methods course. Quest, 74 (1),17-36 DOI: 10.1080/00336297.2021.2003830

Trainer, S. (2022, December). The value of positive, caring, safe, and nurturing statements by teachers in physical education and their effect on student learning. Paper presented at the annual state convention of the Ohio Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (OAHPERD), Sandusky, OH, USA.

Weiser, Elizabeth. “Breaking the Silence without Breaking the Nation.” Keynote address to the International Committee for Museology, ICOM Prague, Czech Republic, August 2022.

Weiser, Elizabeth. “Let’s Talk: Purifying War and Other Cruelties.” Rhetoric Society of America, Baltimore, MD, May 2022.

Weiser, Elizabeth. “Breaking Taboos without Breaking the Nation.” Faculty Talks Outside the Box, Ohio State Newark, November 2022.

Weiser, Elizabeth. “Museums Decolonizing: New Pasts, New Futures.” Invited presentation to Archival Imaginations, Department of English, Columbus, October 2022.

Publications, Reviews, Abstracts and Essays

Buelow, M.T., Jungers, M., Parks, C., & Rinato, B. (2022). Contextual factors affecting risky decision making: The influence of music on task performance and perceived distraction. Frontiers in Psychology, 13, 818689.

Buelow, M.T., Kowalsky, J.M., & Brunell, A.B. (2022). Stability of risk perception across pandemic and non-pandemic situations among young adults: Evaluating the impact of individual differences. Frontiers in Psychology, 13, 840284.

Dueñas, Alcira. “The Virgin and the Land Surveyor: Indigenous Pueblo Boundary Making in the Highlands of Late-Colonial Ecuador. Colonial Latin American Review (CLAR), September 2022.
Dueñas, Alcira. “Building Indigenous Subjectivity: Jesuit Pedagogies of Emotion in the Colonial Andes.” Ethnohistory, October 2022.

Novotny, J. L. and Goodell, K. 2022. Inferring lifelong habitat use by wild bees through their Carbon and Nitrogen stable isotopes. PLoS One. 17 (7), e0271095.

Ozturk, A. (2022). Translanguaging as a source of Mathematical Sense-Making Practice during Problem-Solving. In Lischka, A. E., Dyer, E. B., Jones, R. S., Lovett, J. N., Strayer, J., & Drown, S (Eds.), Proceedings of the 44th Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group of Mathematics Education (PME-NA), Nashville, TN (pp. 455- 459).

Chao, T., Adams, M., Ozturk, A., Lin, H., & Li, Y (2022). Eliciting Youth Digital Mathematics Stories: The Impact of a Digital Mathematics Storytelling Summer Camp Experience. In Lischka, A. E., Dyer, E. B., Jones, R. S., Lovett, J. N., Strayer, J., & Drown, S (Eds.), Proceedings of the 44th Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group of Mathematics Education (PME-NA), Nashville, TN (pp. 363- 372).

Swigger, N., Buelow, M.T., Wirth, J.H., & Okdie, B.M. (2022). Partisans hear, but they don’t listen: Partisanship affects decisions on the Iowa gambling task. American Politics Research, 50, 464-478.

Taylor, Christopher. "Abstruction." Acrylic on Panel. "Lip." Acrylic on Panel. Studio Visit, Vol. 50, 2022, pp. 160-161.

Weiser, Elizabeth. “Greenwood Rising Center.” Museum Worlds 10.1 (2022): 260-264.

Weiser, Elizabeth (Ed.). Taboos in Museology: Materials for Discussion. Paris: International Committee for Museology, 2022.