Baback Izadi (Electrical and Computer Engineering) and Venkateswaran Shekar (Electrical Engineering graduate student) published a paper titled “Energy Aware Scheduling for DAG Structured Applications on Heterogeneous and DVS Enabled Processors,” in the Proceedings of 2010 International Green Computing Conference, Aug. 2010, Chicago. In the same conference Izadi chaired the Embedded Systems session.
The article “Improving Youth Access to Mental Health Services through Longitudinal Research” by Greta Winograd (Psychology) appeared in the fall 2010 newsletter of the American Psychological Association’s Division 53, Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. The article may be viewed at http://www.clinicalchildpsychology.org/newsletter/.
Reva Wolf (Art History) is co-author of “The Spanish Manner: Drawings from Ribera to Goya,” the catalogue of an exhibition of the same name currently on view at The Frick Collection, New York. The Frick Collection has published the catalogue, in association with Scala Publishers and the Center for Spain in America. Wolf’s co-authors are Jonathan Brown, Professor of Art History at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; Lisa A. Banner, independent scholar; and Andrew Schulz, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Oregon. Further information on the exhibition and catalogue is available at www.frick.org.
Additionally, Wolf’s essay on the history of collecting Spanish art in America, “Goya’s ‘Red Boy’: The Making of a Celebrity,” has been published in the volume “Art in Spain and the Hispanic World: Essays in Honor of Jonathan Brown,” edited by Sarah Schroth (London: Paul Holberton, in association with the Center for Spain in America, 2010).
Howie Good (Communication & Media) has had a new chapbook of poetry, his 23rd, published by Propaganda Press of Palo Alto, California. More details about the book, “Rumble Strip,” are available at http://alt-current.com/pp/pp_item.html#rumble_strip.
Laurence Hauptman (History) is the co-editor of the book “A Nation within a Nation: Voices of the Oneidas in Wisconsin,” published by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press. For the first time, the Oneidas of Wisconsin tell their own story through first-person accounts, biographical essays, and scholars’ investigations focusing on the period of 1900-1969. For more information visit http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/whspress/books/book.asp?book_id=365.