Fountain pen writer

Publications and selected projects appear below.


White paper:

University of Southern California Judith D. Tamkin International Symposium on Elder Abuse: Closing the Research Gaps, Moving the Field Forward, September 15-16, 2016, Los Angeles, California.  (Wrote and produced the paper in collaboration with Symposium directors and presenters.)  View paper here.


Journal Publications:

Siciliano, M., Redington, L., Lindeman, D., Housen, P., & Enguidanos, S. (2013). Lessons from the trenches:  Adopting medication technology within agencies serving older adults. Ageing International.  DOI 10.1007/s12126-013-9194-3

Navarro, A. E., Siciliano, M., & Saucer, T. (2013). Evolving pastoral care:  A congregants’ transportation ministry. Social Work & Christianity, 40(4), 479-488.

Laguna, J., Enguidanos, S., Siciliano, M., & Coulourides-Kogan, A. (2012).  Racial/ethnic minority access to end-of-life care:  A conceptual framework. Home Health Care Services Quarterly, 31(1), 60-83.

Enguidanos, S., Pynoos, J., Siciliano, M., Diepenbrock, L., & Alexman, S. (2010).  Integrating community services within a NORC:  The Park La Brea experience. Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, 12(2),29-45.

Pynoos, J., Siciliano, M., & Beattie, B.L. (2008).  States stand up for fall prevention:  A progress report. Generations, 32(3), 16-21.

Denton, D. D. (1998).  Engineering education for the 21st century:  Challenges and opportunities. Journal of Engineering Education, 87(1), 19-22.  (Served as editor; see “Acknowledgements” section.)



Managed proposal writing process for two successful National Science Foundation (NSF) grants at the University of Washington College of Engineering:

  • PRIME – a partnership between University graduate students in science, engineering, and math and middle school science and math teachers; NSF awarded the University $1.5 million over three years.
  • ADVANCE – a program designed to increase the representation and advancement of women faculty in the STEM disciplines (advance.washington.edu); NSF awarded the University $3.75 million over five years.



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