FACULTY ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS OF 1 DECEMBER 2013
• Natalie Weaver spoke at JCU as a guest of Dr. Sheila McGinn on Intersex in Global Perspective, 14 Nov 13.
• Tim Kinsella wrote a book review: The Accidental City: Improvising New Orleans. By Lawrence N. Powell, in The Historian. Vol. 75. No. 3.
• Janet Kolesar enrolled in a MOOC through Coursera: “Evolution: a course for Educators. From the American Museum of Natural History.”
• Beth Kavran attended the Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences (CCAS) National Conference. Jacksonville, FL, 11-14 Nov, 2013.
• Earley, Samantha Manchester; Natter, Wolfgang; and Kavran, Elizabeth. “Advancing the Career Opportunities of Liberal Arts Graduates: Best Practices and Strategies for Working with Multiples Constituents of Articulate Liberal Arts Skills Set and Value,” CCAS National Conference. Jacksonville, FL, 11-14 Nov 13.
• George Matejka co-presented a lecture at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center with Shannon Jerse, legal counsel for SVCMC, on the topic of the ethics of Futile Treatment of the dying, 15 Nov 13.
• Christopher Edmonds supervised students Marissa Dean and Kayla Stefancic in their research project “The Stigmatization of Axis I and Axis II Mental Disorders” which was submitted for review to the Midwestern Psychological Association Psi Chi division conference.
• Natalie Weaver and Sr. Lisa Marie Belz attended the American Academy of Religion Conference in Baltimore, 23-26 Nov 13.
• Sr. Lisa Marie Belz presented “The Place of Women in the Household of Faith: Sorting through the Disputes between Paul and Paul’s Inheritors” at the AAR Conference in Baltimore, 23-26 Nov 13.
FACULTY ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS OF 1 NOVEMBER 2013
• An essay that Sr. Lisa Marie Belz wrote on undocumented immigration was accepted by America Magazine for publication in its November 18 issue, found here at http://www.americamagazine.org/issue/rafael%E2%80%99s-story .
• Jennifer Schwartz-Wright presented at the Buckeye Art Therapy Association conference in Columbus with Cathy Malchiodi: "Art Therapy in the 21st Century: embracing who we are," 27-28 Sep 13.
• Natalie Weaver attended the Catholic Theological Society of America's annual conference in Miami, 6-9 Jun 13 and moderated a session at the CTSA annual conference entitled "De-Conversion."
• Natalie Weaver had a paper published in the Journal of the Leuven Encounters in Systematic Theology entitled "Ecumenism as Organic Wholeness," SU 13.
• Natalie Weaver became a permanent contributor to the Feminism and Religion Blog, SU 13.
• Natalie Weaver presented at the Leuven Encounters in Systematic Theology IX conference in Leuven, Belgium: “As New Songs Upward Surge” 23-27 Oct 13.
FACULTY ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS OF 1 OCTOBER 2013
• Sarah Preston chaired the organometallic session of talks at ACS, 11 Sep 13.
• Sr. Diane Therese Pinchot was invited to show in the Ursuline College Art Alumnae Invitational - with a new body of art work – Mixed Media, titled: “World Soul,” Summer 13.
• Mark Kyle (Biology) received a certificate of completion, which includes 48 hours of formal classroom and field training, passage of a written examination, and an additional 40 hours of volunteer service within a twelve month period, for his participation in the Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist (OCVN) program, a science-based natural resource education program coupled with community-based volunteer service sponsored by the Ohio State University Extension in partnership with Holden Arboretum. Naturalists are also required to complete eight hours of advanced education approved by the OCVN coordinators and a minimum of twenty volunteer hours of service on a yearly basis to maintain their certification, 20 Sep 13..
• Mimi Pipino presented poster prepared with Beth Kavran “Values, Voice, Vision: A College-Wide Commitment to Assessment” at the Association for General and Liberal Studies annual conference in Indianapolis, IN, 20-21 Sep 13.
• Fred Wright had a poem, "America, Land of Freedom," published in Inscape.
• Fred Wright’s scholarship on zines was cited by Viviana Gaballo in her article "Language and Culture in Minor Media Text Types: A Diachronic, Intralinguistic Analysis from Fanzines to Webzines," published in Contrastive Media Analysis: Approaches to Linguistic and Cultural Aspects of Mass Media Communication, edited by Stefan Hauser and Martin Luginbühl (John Benjamins, 2012).