Beginning in 2009, the Lynn University Library, working in conjunction with the Office of Academic Affairs, established an annual recognition of faculty members who published works during the past year, known as the Published Faculty Reception. To be eligible for inclusion, publications, including books, articles, papers and musical recordings, needed to be peer-reviewed or published by scholarly entities.

Over the years, the scope of eligibility for inclusion has expanded to also include posters, presentations, artwork, sound recordings, musical scores, performances, art exhibits, and more. With this broadened scope, the 2018-2019 academic year ushered in modified inclusion rules and a new name. Now known as the Academic and Creative Excellence Reception (or ACE Reception), publications and other creative works must be published in the previous calendar year (January 1 – December 31) and can include:

  • Articles
  • Art Exhibits
  • Blog Entries
  • Books or Book Chapters
  • Conference Proceedings
  • Conference Sessions
  • Editorials
  • Films
  • Graphic Novels
  • Journals
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Musical Scores
  • Musical Reviews
  • Performances
  • Poems
  • Poster Presentations
  • Presentations
  • Sound Recordings
  • News Articles
  • Videos
  • Workshops

If you would like to submit a publication or creative work or have questions about what is eligible for inclusion, please contact Lea Iadarola.


Publications and Creative Works from 2008


Rhode Island's WPA Music Project and Its Orchestra, Chapter, Tsukasa Cherkaoui.

The Family Business: The Pendergast Machine in Kansas City, Article, John Daily.

The Marketing Mix and Branding: A Review of Consumer Product Marketing, Article, Robert D. Green.

The Other Trumpet, Article, Marc Reese.

The Regulation of Sports Agents, Chapter, Ted Curtis.

The Role of Knowledge and Culture in Organizational Crises: Managing and Planning in “Interesting” Times, Article, John Cipolla and Mike Petroski.

Values in Hospital Leadership: A Case Study of a Highly Performing Health System, Article, Malcolm O. Asadoorian III, Valerie A. Storey, Thomas E. Beeman, and Amanda P. Cartwright.


Violin Concerto / Ernest Bloch ; Violin Concerto / Benjamin Lees, Sound Recording, Elmar Oliveira.

Publications and Creative Works from 2007


All American Album, Sound Recording, Elmar Oliveira and Robert Koenig.


Beethoven / Mendelssohn: Violin Concertos, Sound Recording, Elmar Oliveira.


Ethnicity and Customer Satisfaction in the Financial Services Sector, Article, Jose Lopez, Laura Kozloski-Hart, and Alison Rampersad.


Music by Nicolas Flagello, Sound Recording, Elmar Oliveira.

Publications and Creative Works from 2006

Effective Rehearsal Techniques, Article, Marc Reese.

The Brass Quintet Setup, Article, Marc Reese.


Prokofieff: Violin Sonata in F Minor, Violin Sonata in D Major, 5 Melodies, Sound Recording, Elmar Oliveira and Robert Koenig.

Sonata in E-flat Major for Flute and Piano, Op. 120, No. 2 / Johannes Brahms, Musical Score, Jeffrery Khaner.

Sonata in F minor for Flute and Piano, Op. 120, No. 1 / Johannes Brahms, Musical Score, Jeffrery Khaner.

The Brass Player's Cookbook: Creative Recipes for a Successful Performance, Book, Kenneth Amis, Gregory Miller, and Marc Reese.