Darlene C. Chisholm, Economics, presented a paper "The Boundaries of the Firm in Creative Industries: Evidence from Motion-Pictures Financing and Production," co-authored by George Norman of Tufts University, at the biennial Association for Cultural Economics International (ACEI) Conference in Kyoto, Japan. At the conference, Chisholm was named co-recipient of the Pommerehne Prize for best article "Product Differentiation and Film-Programming Choice: Do First-Run Movie Theatres Show the Same Films?" which was published in the 2010-2011 Journal of Cultural Economics.

Kathryn Jackson, Counseling Center, presented a paper “Resurfacing: Adult Children of Dissenters” at the 30th International Congress of Psychology in Cape Town, South Africa.

Dmitry Zinoviev, Math and Computer Science, presented at two conferences in Evanston, Ill.: At Network Science 2012, he presented a poster "Co-Evolution of Friendship and Publishing in Massive Online Social Networks,” with Sarah Llevelyn and Kesann Walrond, and discussed a paper "Semantic Networks of Interests in Online NSSI Communities,” coauthored with Suffolk University professors Dan Stefanescu of Math and Computer Science, and Gary Fireman and Lance Swenson of Psychology, at Web Science-2012.