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Julia Berry (MA Psychology), A.H. Huffman, S.C. Payne, and G.E. Ragsdale (April 2009). "Directionality of Work-family Conflict: The Role of Impression Management." Poster presented at the 24th annual meeting of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

Emilly Borthwick (MA Applied Communication). “Bristol Palin and Jaime Lynn Spears, Celebrity or Private Figure: The Intimacy Created by ShowBiz Tonight” and “Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act: How It Affected a Native Hawaiian Conflict.” Western Social Science Association annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.

Amanda Carrillo (MA Applied Communication). “American’s Toughest Sheriff: The Use of Immigration Appeals in Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s 2008 Reelection Campaign” and “Communication Apprehension and Cultural Issues in the Classroom: A Review of the Literature.” Western Social Science Association annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.

Diana Cudeii (MA Applied Communication). “The Political Life of New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, 2008 Presidential Candidate.” Western Social Science Association annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.

Anthony R. Cuttitta (MA Applied Communication). “Change is Not for Everyone: Gay Rights and the Election of 2008" and “Sports, Homophobia, and Homosexual Affection: Social Learning Theory and Masculine Socialization Regarding Public Displays.” Western Social Science Association annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.

Kate Germelin (MS Criminology). Selected to present and participate in Transnational Crime Workshop, Summer 2009. Monash University Prato Center, Italy. 

Tabitha Graves (PhD Forestry), Katherine C. Kendall, J. Andy Royle, Jeffrey B. Stetz, Amy C.  Macleod.  2009.  "Genetics Used to Explain Variation in Grizzly Bear Abundance."  Paper presented at the Mammalogy conference, June, in Fairbanks, AK.

Tracie Hansen (MA Applied Communication). “Girl, Interrupted: How Character and Gender Cost Hillary Clinton the 2008 Democratic Presidential Nomination.” Western Social Science Association annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.

Ben D.A. Heffington (MA Applied Communication). “‘I Would Rather be Attacked by Sharks’: A Review of the Literature on Communication Apprehension in Education” and “Why Are Americans So Angry?: A Rhetorical Criticism of Ron Paul’s Answer to the House of Representatives.” Western Social Science Association annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.

A.H. Huffman and J. Berry (April 2009). "Work-family conflict and organizational outcomes: The role of social support." In L. Muse, C. Mollett, A. Huffman (Chairs), A Multi-disciplinary Examination of Social Support and the Work-family Interface. Symposium presented at International Community, Work and Family Conference, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Pamela Merino, (MS Criminology). Selected to present and participate in Transnational Crime Workshop, Summer 2009. Monash University Prato Center, Italy. 

Yolanda Mora (M Ed Human Relations), Albertina Rioa (M Ed Human Relations), and Alicia Stewart (PhD Counseling Psychology). Teaching Psychology Around the World. Invited panel, International Council of Psychologists meeting in Mexico City.

Brian Rogers (MA Applied Communication). "Kick Starting the Conversation: How YouTube Could Alter Marginalized Representation" and “A Review of the Literature Regarding Interaction Between Instructional Technology and Instructor Immediacy.” Western Social Science Association annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.

Gina Rubio (M Ed Human Relations) and Brenda Smith (M Ed Human Relations). Women in Prison: Meeting Treatment Needs. Invited panel, International Council of Psychologists meeting in Mexico City.

Kevin Snyder (MA Applied Communication). “The Religious Exigency of Barack Obama and John McCain.” Western Social Science Association annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.

Riva Starks (MA Applied Communication). “Barack Obama’s Presidential Campaign: A Redressing of American Politics on the Internet.” Western Social Science Association annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.

K.M. Watrous-Rodriguez, A.H. Huffman, J.B. Henning, and J. Berry (April 2009). "Our workplace – our world: I/O psychology and sustainability." In A. H. Huffman (Chair) “Working” through Environmental Issues: The Role of the I/O Psychologist. Symposium presented to 24th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, LA.

Zac Ziegler (MA Applied Communication). “Going Digital: What the Mp3 is Doing to the Music Industry.” Western Social Science Association annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.