Scholarship and Activities - April 2010
|Heidi Goldberg (art) served as the juror for the Americas 2010 National Paperworks Exhibition, comprising 60 pieces of various media, at Minot (N.D.) State University.
Dr. Peter Schultz (art) presented his invited lecture “Communicating with the Gods in Ancient Greece: The Thymele at Epidauros,” co-authored with Bronwen Wickkiser, Vanderbilt University, during the sixth annual conference on Knowledge, Technology and Society at the Freie Universität, Berlin.
Dr. Mary Rice (Spanish) published the article “Of Love and Shadows: Romance Novel or Political Protest?” in the November issue of Alicanto: Journal of Literature, Linguistics and Education published by the Universidad de Atacama in Copiapo, Chile.
Dr. Jean Hellner (music) presented her paper “Orchestration as Literature: Narrative Elements in Robert Schumann’s D-Minor Symphony” in January at the Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities in Honolulu.
Angela Seewald-Marquardt (Orientation) and Nathalie Rinehardt’s (Student Leadership and Service) article “Engaging Students in Service-Learning During Orientation” was published in The Orientation Review, Winter 2010.
Dr. Gay Rawson (French) published two entries, “Idea of the Month” and “Website of the Month,” to the Web site for the Telematics and New Technologies Commission of the American Association of Teachers of French.
Larry Rock (Business Office) was elected to the board of directors for the Coalition of Higher Education Assistance Organizations as member at large.
Dr. Nathaniel Dickey (music) was a featured performer at the Eastern Trombone Workshop in Washington, D.C., in March.
Dr. Ahmed Afzaal (religion) published an essay, “Between Suspicion and Trust,” in the fall 2009 issue of Intersections.
Dr. Richard Gilmore (philosophy) and Dr. James Legler (School of Business) had a paper, “A Sign of our Times? A Team-teaching Classroom Exercise on Moral Reasoning Integrating Philosophy and Management Disciplines,” accepted for presentation at the OBTC: Teaching Conference for Management Educators, at the University of New Mexico in June. They also developed a team-teaching module for management classes that they presented in Concordia classrooms and to corporations in business ethics seminars through the Center for Ethical Leadership.
Dr. Gay Rawson (French) was named to the national technology advisory board for Vista Higher Learning.
Dr. Eduardo Gargurevich (Spanish) presented a paper, “Visiones, Versiones y Perversiones de la Piedra en Martín Adán y Alejandro Romualdo,” in April at the V Transatlantic Conference at Brown University, Providence, R.I.
Dr. Nathaniel Dickey (music) performed in two songs on a recording by the IRIS Orchestra currently available online with the CD scheduled to be released in November 2010.
Dr. David Albrecht’s (School of Business) blog, “The Summa,” was named the Superstar Finance Blog of the week by bloggingsuits.com in February.
Dr. Rebecca Moore (political science) published an article, “NATO’s Partners in Afghanistan: Impact and Purpose,” in January in UNISCI Review, No. 22., a peer-reviewed journal published by the Research Unit on International Security and Cooperation (UNISCI), Complutense University of Madrid.
Heidi Goldberg’s (art) exhibition “Responding to the Wind” was on display in the Preus Library in February at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa.
Dr. Karla Smart-Morstad (education) published a chapter, “Holding Tight with Open Hands — Education at Humlehaveskolen: A Majority Christian Culture and a Minority Muslim Culture Together in a Danish Public School,” co-authored with David P. Morstad Jr., in “The Role of Religion in 21st Century Public Schools,” edited by S.P. Jones and E.C. Sheffield, and published by Peter Lang Publishing in 2009.
Dr. David Albrecht (School of Business) presented “The Learner-Centered Approach and Holistic Education” in March at the North American Accounting Society’s annual conference in Chicago.
Dr. Peter Schultz (art) delivered the 2010 Julius Fund Lecture in Ancient Art at The Cleveland (Ohio) Museum of Art.
Dr. Rebecca Moore’s (political science) new book, “NATO in Search of a Vision,” co-edited with Gulnur Aybet, has been published by Georgetown University Press.
Cindy Larson-Casselton (CSTA) was elected to serve for another two-year term as the executive secretary for the Minnesota Collegiate Forensic Association.
Linda James (nutrition and dietetics) was awarded the Outstanding Dietetic Educator Award from the North Dakota Dietetic Association and her name will be forwarded by the NDDA for an additional award by the American Dietetic Association.
Jennifer DeJong (nursing) was chosen to represent the North Dakota Department of Health and North Dakota State Breastfeeding Coalition as a sponsored attendee at the United States Breastfeeding Committee’s third National Conference of State/Territory/Tribal Breastfeeding Coalitions in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Jeffrey Meyer (music) presented a paper, “Genres, Panpipes, and Background Tonal Frames: Pitch Structures in Buin Music,” in February at the first International Conference on Analytical Approaches to World Music at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Dr. Rebecca Moore (political science) presented a paper on “NATOs Partners in Afghanistan” in February at the annual convention of the International Studies Association in New Orleans.
Dr. Sonja Wentling (history) published the review essay “The Ethnic Universalism of Lillian Wald” in Reviews in American History, Vol. 38, No.1 (March 2010).
Dr. Gay Rawson (French) and Dr. Viann Pederson (Spanish) presented a paper, “Preparing Global Digital Citizens: Using Technology to Teach Culture,” March 6 at the 2010 Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages in Minneapolis.
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