Conference Participation, Grants and Publications
- 2014 Published a comprehensive catalog of the JCMA's first permanent collection of nearly 500 artworks. The Stottlemyer Collection: A Journey is a collaborative effort involving more than a dozen undergraduates and two alumni
- 2014 Organized and sponsored the Central Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Art History Symposium at Juniata College on April 5; students from ten colleges and universities participated
- 2013 Lead and authored a four-person intercollegiate Periodic Program Review of Ursinus College's Department of Art and Art History
- 2011 Chaired a session on "Developing a Process for Evaluating Existing Programs and Developing New Ones," The Council of Independent Colleges Workshop for Department & Division Chairs
- 2009 D.C. Goodman Grant: Authenticating Artworks for Exhibition: Selected Original Prints from the Collection of Dr. Robert Wagoner, conducted with collaboration of student research assistant Diahann Mosier
- 2007 Presentation and published paper with co-author, James Donaldson: 30th Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Association of Business, Economics and Technology: "Educating Entrepreneurs: Lessons from the Fine Arts"
- 2007 Participation in NITLE (National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education) workshop on effective PowerPoint presentations, Elizabethtown College
- 2007 Sabbatical. Revision of Twentieth Century Art, American Art, and Women in Art courses to include more global and minority artists as well as artworks from the Twenty-first Century; digitized course slides and designed PowerPoint presentations; participated in a NITLE technology workshop; collaborated on presentation (see below)'
- 2004 Presentation, Mid-Atlantic Women's Studies Association Annual Conference, Susquehanna University, "Fostering Personal and Creative Involvement in Women in Art, an Advanced Art History/Cultural Analysis course"
- 2004 Co-Presentation with senior art history student, Bridget Bross at the Mid-Atlantic Women's Studies Association Annual Conference, Susquehanna University, "A Genuine Reflection of Gender Roles: Dueling Images of Renaissance Women"
- 1999 Presentation, Lycoming College Conference on Teaching Excellence; Creative Ways of Involving Students in Class
- 1997 Presentation, American Association of University Women; "When a Portrait is More Than Just a Pretty Face"
- 1995 Presentation, School of Visual Arts Ninth Annual National Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Artists, New York City; "Engaging Students in Art History: Active Learning Vs. Passive Listening"
- 1995 Chair, School of Visual Arts Ninth Annual National Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Artists, New York City; presided over morning sessions on Curriculum Issues
- 1993 Participation, The University of Chicago, "Bringing the World into the Classroom." Workshops on Critical Thinking, Collaborative Learning, and Writing"
- 1992 Book Review, Paul Barolsky's Why Mona Lisa Smiles and Other Tales by Vasari, published in The Sixteenth Century Journal, vol. XXIII, no. 2 (1992)
- 1992 Presentation, School of Visual Arts Sixth Annual National Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Artists, New York City; "Drawing Across the Curriculum: An Alternative Set of Symbols," with Alexander McBride
Who's Who in North American Education (2014-2015)
The International Women's Leadership Association (2013)
Who's Who Among America's Teachers (2009, 2004, 1994)
Who's Who Among America's Teachers, Honors Edition (2005-2006, 2006-2007)
Beachley Distinguished Teaching Award, Juniata College (1997)
Distinguished Alumni Award for Excellence in the Fine Arts, University of Richmond (1996)
LIndback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching, Juniata College (1989)