The Clemson University College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences (CBSHS) has recognized faculty from each of its seven departments for outstanding research publications.
Rachel Mayo, associate dean for research in the College, said this distinction was based on research published in the last three years that had the most citations in their respective disciplines.
“Our faculty have not only influenced their field of study through these journal articles but also their peers’ research as their work has frequently been cited,” Mayo said. “I am so proud of the work of these faculty members.”
The below honorees will have a plaque of recognition placed in the first-floor hallway of Edwards Hall.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION
James Gilmore’s article, “Securing the kids: Geofencing and child wearables,” was published in Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies in 2019.
DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT
Gregory Ramshaw’s article, “Distancing from the present: Nostalgia and leisure in lockdown” was published in Leisure Sciences in 2020.
DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
Vaiva Kalesnikaite’s article, “Keeping cities afloat: climate change adaptation and collaborative governance at the local level,” was published in Public Performance & Management Review in 2020.
DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
Dawn Sarno’s article, “Which phish is on the hook? Phishing vulnerability for older versus younger adults,” was published in Human Factors in 2020.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH SCIENCES
Sarah Floyd’s article, “Geographic variation in the treatment of proximal humerus fracture: an update on surgery rates and treatment consensus,” was published in the Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research in 2019.
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Natallia Sianko’s article, “Does Age Matter? Life satisfaction and subjective well-being among children aged 10 and 12 in Russia,” was published in Population Review in 2021.
SCHOOL OF NURSING
Zahra Rahemi’s article, “Does ethnicity matter – cultural factors underlying older adults’ end-of-life care preferences: a systematic review,” was published in Geriatric Nursing in 2020.
Established in 2016, the Clemson University College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences (CBSHS) is a 21st-century, land-grant college that combines work in seven schools and departments – Communication; Nursing; Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management; Political Science; Psychology; Public Health Sciences; and Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice – to further its mission in “building people and communities” in South Carolina and beyond.
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