Scholarship and Activities
Dr. William Tomhave (math) gave the talk "Analyzing Change in
Context with Real Data and Fathom" in November at the National Council
of Teachers of Mathematics regional meeting in Minneapolis.
Ellen Lutgen (dietetics) published the article "Antimicrobial Resistance
Profiling and Molecular Subtyping of Campylobacter spp. from Processed
Turkey" in September in BMC Microbiology.
Dr. Nikki Berg Burin (history) had an article, "A Family Firm: The Marital
and Business Partnership of Ann and Richard Archer," published in Family
Values in the Old South, edited by Craig Thompson Friend and Anya
Jabour, and published by University Press of Florida.
Linda Erceg (Language Villages) had the article "An Injury and Illness
Surveillance Program for Children and Staff: Improving the Safety of Youth
Settings" published in The Journal of Park and Recreation Administration,
27 (4), pg 121-132.
Dr. William Tomhave (math) served as external reviewer for the
mathematics department program review at the College of St. Scholastica,
Dr. Richard Chapman's (history) essay, "Good News from Nicaragua,"
was published in the Advent-Christmas issue of The Cresset.
Dr. Peter Schultz's (art) book, "Structure, Image, Ornament: Architectural
Sculpture in the Greek World," co-edited with Ralf von den Hoff, Institut für
Archäologische Wissenschaften, was published by Oxbow Books, Oxford.
Dr. Stephanie Ahlfeldt (CSTA) attended the National Communication
Association Convention in Chicago and presented on a panel about the
process of creating a communication center. Currently, Concordia College
is the only institution of higher ed with a communication center in the state
of Minnesota. She also presented on a panel about using technology, such
as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and TeacherTube, in the classroom.
Dr. Krystle Strand (biology) and Dr. Susan Larson (psychology)
presented their research, "Behavioral and Genomic Analyses of Lupus-Prone
MRL/MpJ Mice," in October at the International Society for Neuroscience
annual meeting in Chicago.
Dr. Kristi Loberg (social work) presented the results of her research,
"A Theoretical Model of Social Work Leadership for Social & Economic
Justice," in October at the seventh annual Education Program Round-Up at
the NDSU Alumni Center and in November at the national meeting of the
Council on Social Work Education in San Antonio, Texas.
Dr. Peter Schultz's (art) chapter on "Nike" has been published in the
Oxford Encyclopedia of Greece and Rome.
Dr. Linda Johnson (history) presented the lecture "Games Aesthetes
Play: The Art of Romance in Classical Japan" in connection with the exhibit
"Asian Games: The Art of Contest" in November at the Historical and
Cultural Society of Clay County.
Jane Linde Capistran (music) was presented the 2009 Distinguished
Service Award by the North Dakota String Teachers Association.
Dr. Andrew Lindner's (sociology) review essay, "The War Society,"
appeared in the fall issue of Contexts, a popular magazine produced by the
American Sociological Association.
Dr. Peter Schultz's (art) article, "Style, Continuity and the Hellenistic
Baroque," will be published in Creating a Hellenistic World, (ed. Andrew
Erskine) University Press of Wales.
David Hamilton (music) and his partner, Bernie Erickson, were featured
in a recent issue of Business Week. Hamilton also had a photo and was
quoted in an article by NPR financial guru Chris Farrell about the financial
challenges faced by alternative families.
Dr. Andrew Lindner (sociology) is the co-recipient of a grant to
support the insertion of survey questions into the Nebraska Annual Social
Indicators Survey. The resulting survey data will be used for a study of the
so-called "culture wars," anti-soccer attitudes, and globalization.
Dr. Peter Schultz's (art) book, "Aspects of Ancient Greek Cult: Ritual,
Context, Iconography," co-edited with Jesper Jensen, George Hinge and
Bronwen Wickkiser, has been published as Aarhus Studies in Mediterranean
Antiquity VIII by Aarhus University Press.
Jean Bokinskie (nursing) was featured in an article about her 2008 North
Dakota Legend in Nursing award in the holiday issue of Area Women
Dr. Olin Storvick (classicist-in-residence) will continue as an editor of the
"Excavation Reports" series of the "Joint Expedition to Caesarea Maritima"
where Concordia students did field archaeology from 1973 to 1997. The
fourth volume, "Field O: The Synagogue," was published by the American
Schools of Oriental Research of which Concordia College is a member
and Concordia's institutional representative is Dr. Barbara McCauley (classical studies).
Dr. Sonja Wentling (history) published a review essay in H-Diplo
Reviews titled "Paul V. McNutt: The Oscar Schindler of the Philippines?" on
Dean Kotlowski's "Breaching the Paper Walls: Paul V. McNutt and Jewish
Refugees to the Philippines, 1938-39," Diplomatic History 33:5.
Dr. Amy Watkin's (English) book "Oscar Wilde," part of Harold Bloom's
"How to Write about Literature" series for Chelsea House, was published
Dr. Olin Storvick (classicist-in-residence) was honored on the 60th
anniversary of his graduation with the Distinguished Service Award in
October during Homecoming activities at Luther College.
Dr. Peter Schultz (art) presented his lecture "Polyeuktos, Demochares
and the Portrait of Demosthenes" at the 111th annual meeting of the
Archaeological Institute of America in Anaheim, Calif.
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