These articles, poems, posters, presentations, and short stories represent some of the scholarship written by University of Redlands faculty, staff, and administrators.


Submissions from 2014

Modeling Change and Variation in U.S. News & World Report College Rankings: What Would it Really Take to be in the Top 20?, Shari L. Gnolek, Vincenzo T. Falciano, and Ralph W. Kuncl

Guidelines for Clinical Supervision in Health Service Psychology, Rodney K. Goodyear

Supervision as Pedagogy: Attending to Its Essential Instructional and Learning Processes, Rodney K. Goodyear

Ten Changes Psychotherapists Typically Make as They Mature Into the Role of Supervisor, Rodney K. Goodyear, James W. Lichtenberg, Keeyeon Bang, and Janee Both Gragg

Effects of the Reappearance of Primitive Reflexes on Eating Function and Prognosis, Kimiko Hobo, Junko Kawase, Fumiyo Tamura, and Michael E. Groher

A Valuation Framework for Rent-to-Own Housing Contracts, Sanjiv Jaggia, Herve Roche, and Satish Thosar

Re-drawing the Map: Monastic Education as Civic Formation in the Apophthegmata Patrum, Lillian Larsen

Min(d)ing the Gaps: Exploring Ancient Landscapes Through the Lens of GIS, Lillian Larsen and Stephen Benzek

Speech Sample Measures in Japanese Children and Adults Who Stutter, Lisa LaSalle and Genevieve D. Huffman

Sara Baartman and the 'Inclusive Exclusions' of Neoliberalism, Sheila Lloyd

Deposition Patterns and Transport Mechanisms for the Endocrine Disruptor 4-nonylphenol Across the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California, Rebecca Lyons, Kyle Van DeBittner, and Sean Morgan-Jones


Funds of Knowledge and Student Engagement: A Qualitative Study on Latino High School Students, Angela Macias and Jose Lalas


Painting the Town Green: Project Learning and Management Skills, Wendy (Blodwyn) M. McIntyre and Jill Robinson

Did Floor-crossing Alienate South African Voters? Evidence from Municipal Legislatures, Eric S. McLaughlin


Erin Gruwell: A Biographical Account of A Teacher Leader for Change, Ronald Morgan and Peter Lock

Impossible Holocaust Metaphors: The Muselmann, Sharon Oster

Digital Divides in the World and Its Regions: A Spatial and Multivariate Analysis of Technological Utilization, James B. Pick and Tetsushi Nishida

Io's Active Volcanoes During the New Horizons Imaging, Julie Rathbun, John R. Spencer, Rosaly Mutel Lopes, and Robert R. Howell

Space-Time Measures of Demand for Service: Bridging Location Modelling and Accessibility Studies Through A Time-Geographic Framework, Fang Ren, Daoqin Tong, and Mei-Po Kwan

Gender and the Construction of Intimacy in Committed Couples with Children, Conroy Reynolds and Carmen Knudson-Martin

Early California Reconsidered: Mexicans, Anglos, and Indians at Mission San Jose, James Sandos and Patricia B. Sandos

Playable Virus: HIV Molecular Aesthetics in Science and Popular Culture, Tim Seiber

Topics, Texts, and Critical Approaches: Integrating Dimensions of Liberal Learning in an Undergraduate Management Course, James C. Spee and Allison Frailberg


Prey Preference of the North American River Otter (Lontra Canadensis) Evaluated According to Optimal Foraging Theory, Leslie Thompson and Lei Lani Stelle

Un-fixing Baker: Against a Criticism of Stasis, Julie Townsend