Dominique Margolis (Learning Commons) likes to write in her non-native language. Her latest story, written in the fantasy genre, was published on April 28 by Literally Stories. “Your Garden of Contempt” is about the Garden of Contempt on the edge of Los Angeles that’s under new management. Dominique Margolis (Learning Commons) likes to write in her non-native language. Her latest story, written in the fantasy genre, was published on April 28 by Literally Stories. “Your Garden of Contempt” is about the Garden of Contempt on the edge of Los Angeles that’s under new management.
Thye Peng Ngo (Nursing) published two peer-reviewed articles recently. One is the Relationships Between Remote Learning Modalities and Nursing Students’ Perceptions of Their Sleep Quality During the COVID-19 Pandemic, which was published in Nurse Educator. Readers can read the article for free on PubMed Central. He and his colleagues found (1) no significant correlations between remote learning hours, self-reported sleep hours, and sleep quality, (2) the asynchronous-only group reported better sleep quality than the in-person and online hybrid group, and (3) students who reported that remote learning had impacted their sleep had poorer sleep quality.
The second article is Concept Analysis: Peer Collaborative Clinical Decision-Making in Nursing Simulation, published in the Journal of Nursing Education. It is one of the three articles from Thye’s dissertation work. The purpose of the study was to develop a conceptual definition of peer collaborative clinical decision-making (PCCDM), as it was not well studied and defined in the literature. Thye wants to thank some of his former third and fourth nursing students who participated in this study in the Spring of 2022. Also, he wants to thank Emelyn Judge, the program director, for allowing him to conduct this study in the department. Thye welcomes any questions, comments, and feedback on the articles.
Thye also will be graduating from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis with a PhD in nursing and a minor in Instructional Technology in Education on May 12, which happens to be Florence Nightingale’s birthday! His dissertation work focuses on nursing students’ peer collaboration and decision-making using virtual reality simulation under the mentorship and supervision of Dr. Deanna Reising.
Ovanes Arakelyan (Music) recently sent out his newsletter from April, which has all the information about his recent performance of a program called Armenian Rhapsody, featuring many works by Armenian composers, at Ararat Restaurant and later at the Glendale Brand Library.
Joanna Parypinski (English) has just won her first writing award. Her novel, When the Night Bells Ring (published as Jo Kaplan), won the Bronze Medal for Horror in the 2023 Independent Publisher Book Awards.
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