Timothy Compton (Modern Languages and Literatures) published the following article in the Spring 2011 edition of Latin American Theatre Review: "XXV International Hispanic Theatre Festival of Miami, July 7-August 1, 2010."

Beverly Matherne's (English) 10-part prose poem titled "The Poet’s Vision” appears in the online anthology 100 Thousand Poets for Change, edited by Michael Rothenberg, Obododimma Oha, and Anny Ballardini. Released in September, the anthology inspired 700 events in 550 cities and 95 countries in what is called the largest poetry reading in history, a “celebration of poetry to promote serious social ... and political change, be it sustainability, justice, equality, or more local and environmental ... concern. Matherne read her poem as featured poet in the U.P. Creative Gathering reading series in the Arts and Culture Center at Peter White Public Library.

Mary Jane Tremethick co-authored "Advance Directives for End-of-Life Care and the Role of Health Education Specialists: Applying the Theory of Reasoned Action," which was published in the International Electronic Journal of Health Education. In many nations, advance directives are underused, leaving many vulnerable to end-of-life care that may be incompatible with their personal preferences. Health education specialists can have a positive impact on this issue. Through programs provided in the community, individuals and particularly older adults, can be educated about advance directives and the role they play in ensuring personal wishes are carried out relative to end-of-life care. Application of the Theory of Reasoned Action provides a means of meeting the educational needs of older adults in regards to advance directives.

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