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Linda McGuire and Cathy Kim (director and assistant director of Muhlenberg's Faculty Center for Teaching) attended the Professional & Organizational Network Development Conference, entitled 'Defining What Matters: Understanding and Enhancing the Impact of Educational Development' in Montreal, Can
Peter A. Pettit IJCU director and assoc. prof., Religion Studies, moderated a talk-back with writer/actor Aaron Davidman at the Interfaith Night presentation of "Wrestling Jerusalem" at the Philadelphia Theatre Company.
Mike Huber, professor of mathematics, had seven chapters appear in "Sportsman's Park in St. Louis: Home of the Browns and Cardinals at Grand and Dodier," published 2017 by SABR, Inc.: Phoenix, AZ.
Mike Huber, Professor of Mathematics, presented "A Discussion of Perspective on Rome's Twin Churches and the Quinto Acuto," at St. Peter's University, NJ, for their golden anniversary celebration of the Pi Mu Epsilon Honor Society.
Mike Huber, Professor of Mathematics, had a chapter, "The End of the Bowie Kuhn Era," published in "Baseball's Business: The Winter Meetings, 1958-2016," by the Society for American Baseball Research.
Justin Sparks, assistant professor of chemistry, with student co-authors Vivian Crum ('18) & Shaelyn Casey ('17), published a paper entitled "Photon-mediated hybridization of molecular vibrational states" in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. The article is featured as a "2017 HOT Article" & can be accessed at Read More
Eugene Fiorini & Linda McGuire (mathematics) recently presented the workshop "Creating Interdisciplinary Activities for the Mathematics Classroom" at the 2018 Joint Mathematics Meeting in San Diego.
Congratulations to these Mules on their National Philanthropy Day Awards: Rebekkah L. Brown '99 - Outstanding Fundraising Executive; Edward M. Davis, Jr. '60 and Anne Davis - Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser;
Dr. Lona M. Farr '62, P'94, ACFRE - Award of Distinction for a Fundraising Professional Read More
Congratulations to these Mules on their National Philanthropy Day Awards:
Rebekkah L. Brown '99 - Outstanding Fundraising Executive; Edward M. Davis, Jr. '60 and Anne Davis - Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser;
Dr. Lona M. Farr '62, P'94, ACFRE - Award of Distinction for a Fundraising Professional Read More
Emily Orzech , assistant professor of art, will exhibit a print in 'New Now: InLiquid's Newest Members' at the Inliquid Gallery, 1400 N American Street in Philadelphia. The show opens Thursday, Jan 11 from 6-8 pm and is on view from Jan 11 through Feb 3.
Peter Saenger , Acopian ornithological specialist, hosted a visit and tour of William Allen High School students studying zoology. The students explored Muhlenberg facilities, including a viewing of the College's polar bear specimens.
Biology students Emily Davidson '18, Thomas Yanushefski '17, Julia Leep-Lazar '18 and Samantha Stuppi '18 presented a research seminar on Lehigh Valley tick-borne pathogens at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Vector Control Association in State College, PA.
Amy Hark, associate professor of biology, published "Understanding Protein Domains: A Modular Approach" in CourseSource, an open-access journal of peer-reviewed teaching resources for undergraduate biological sciences. Read More
Roland Kushner Roland J Kushner, associate professor of business presented
'An Impact Model for a Nonprofit Health Index' to the annual Independent Sector meeting in Detroit on Oct 26.
Roland Kushner , associate professor of business, was active at the conference of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) in Grand Rapids, MI. Read More
Holmes Miller, professor of business, was co-author of the chapter "Risk and Data Center Planning", that appeared in Engineering and Management of Data Centers: An IT Service Management Approach (Jorge Marx Gomez, et al. eds.), Published by Springer (2017)
Andy Martin and Adam Cantor, the Muhlenberg College team, took third place out of a field of 19 teams in a student programming contest at the 33rd CCSC-Eastern Computer Science Conference over the weekend. This year the conference was hosted by Muhlenberg College.
Clif Kussmaul , associate professor of computer science,
led a one-day workshop on Nov 4 at Heidelberg University in Ohio on Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL).
Clif Kussmaul , associate professor of computer science, will serve on the leader team for the Professors Open Source Software Experience (POSSE) workshop from Nov 16-18 at Red Hat Inc, Raleigh, NC.
Ranajoy Ray-Chaudhuri, assistant professor of economics, presented his paper "Central Bank Independence and the Conduct of Monetary Policy" at the Southern Economic Association Conference in Tampa, Florida. He also discussed a paper on farmers' markets and chaired a session on returns to education.
Peter A. Pettit , IJCU director and assoc. prof., Religion Studies, recently delivered the 24th annual Msgr. John M. Oesterreicher lecture at Seton Hall University on "Ecclesia Semper Reformanda: Old and New Questions for Christians and Jews."
Peter A. Pettit Director, IJCU, and Assoc. Prof., Rel. Studies, presented a roundtable talk at N Arizona Univ in a symposium on "Strangers or Neighbors: Abrahamic Perspectives on Refugees," and was a featured participant in a dialogue on Christian engagement with Israel at Grace Lutheran Church, River Forest, IL.
Daniel Leisawitz, on Oct. 25, will present a talk at the Center for Jewish History in NYC, entitled "Io so' jod`io romano: The Jewish-Roman Dialect Inside & Outside the Ghetto" as part of the Rome Lab Series, held in collaboration with the Primo Levi Center, Yeshiva Univesity, and Universit`a di Roma La Sapienza. Read More
Amelia Moreno and Gilles Colin, lecturers in the department of languages, literatures & cultures, attended the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages conference in Nashville.
Eugene Fiorini , Truman Koehler Professor of Mathematics, recently presented a series of talks on mathematical forensics and summer research opportunities at Appalachian State University.
Linda McGuire , professor of mathematics, attended the regional meeting of the Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware section of the Mathematical Association of America on Saturday, November 18 at Shippensburg University.
William Gryc William Britt '17, Jamie Oliva '16, Brittney Tuff '16, Charli White '17, and William Gryc, associate professor of mathematics, published an article titled Strategies for Making Best Offers on eBay in the peer-reviewed American Journal of Undergraduate Research.
Byungchul Cha , association professor of mathematics, presented "Berggren trees, Romik system and Lagrange Theorem" on Saturday, Jan 13, 2018 in San Diego, CA at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, which was joint work with Dong Han Kim, Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea.
Will Gryc , associate professor of mathematics, presented a talk entitled Strategies for "Buy-It-Now or Make Offer" Auctions on eBay at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Diego last Thursday 01/11.
Linda McGuire , professor of mathematics, gave the paper Understanding Mathematics using Historical, Cultural, and Sociological Perspectives from Feminist Theory at the joint meetings of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America in San Diego, CA.
Benjamin Lieberman '19 presented his research via poster and presentation entitled "A Monte Carlo measurement of Gerrymandering in Pennsylvania through Random Tessellation." at the joint AMS/MAA meetings in San Diego.
Max Krueger '18 presented his research poster "Set-Valued Young Tableaux and Product-Coproduct Prographs" at the joint AMS/MAA meetings in San Diego.
Eric Jovinelly '18 & Eugene Fiorini recently presented their paper "On Unique Integers in the Catalan Triangle" at the 2018 Joint Mathematics Meeting in San Diego.
Jeff Pooley, associate professor of media & communication, presented "Open Media Scholarship: The Case for Open Access in Media Studies" at O3S: Open Scholarship for the Social Sciences in College Park, MD.
Jefferson Pooley Jeff Pooley, associate professor of media & communication, presented "Open Media Scholarship: The Case for Open Access in Media Studies" at O3S: Open Scholarship for the Social Sciences in College Park, MD.
Aggie Bazaz , assistant professor of media & communication, gave an invited talk at United Friends School of Quakertown entitled 'Ser y Estar (To Be and To Be): Documentary Engagements on Home & Belonging.'
Elizabeth Nathanson, associate professor of media & communication, presented Babies at Breast: Pedagogy, New Media Flows, and the Politics of Breastfeeding at the American Studies Association Annual Meeting in Chicago.
David Tafler , professor of media & communication, served as a faculty fellow in the Television Academy Foundation's 2017 Faculty Seminar Program. Members of the Television Academy selected just 25 professors from colleges and universities nationwide for the annual program.
John Sullivan, professor of media and communication, was an invited presenter on a panel entitled Fact, False, or Just Flawed: Critically Examining News in the Age of Truthiness at the conference of the Delaware Valley Chapter of Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) at the University of Pennsylvania on November 17.
Jefferson Pooley Jeff Pooley, associate professor of media and communication, gave an invited talk on "Wilbur Schramm and the 'Four Founders' History of U.S. Communication Research" at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia.
Susan Kahlenberg, associate professor of media & communications, presented at the National Communication Assoc. 103rd Annual Conference on Nov 17 to 18, in two panels: Managing Classroom Conversations about Social Justice Issues & Assessment Best Practices: Pedagogy, Industry Councils, Data Analysis & Rubrics.
Jeff Pooley, associate professor of media and communication, has been selected for an Invited Professorship at the 'Ecole Normale Sup'erieure Paris-Saclay, and will serve his residency in June.
Jeff Pooley, associate professor of communication, had an interview, "Wilbur Schramm: 'Evangelist of Communication Research,'" published in the Russian journal Communication. Media. Design. Read More
Tom Janis, director of the office of international student support, presented at the Region XI NAFSA conference in New Hampshire last week on adapting to institutional change in international higher education.
Marcia Morgan , associate professor of philosophy, published a chapter titled 'Agnes Heller and the Kantian Imaginary' in the edited volume 'Critical Theories and the Budapest School: Politics, Culture, Modernity' (Routledge Studies in Social and Political Thought) ed. John Rundell & Jonathan Pic Read More
Marcia Morgan , associate professor of philosophy, served as moderator and discussant for a panel on 'Adorno: Reason, Prejudice, and Neoliberalism' at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy on October 21 in Memphis, Tenn.
Chris Herrick and Jorge Reyes Silveyra presented a co-authored paper entitled "The Shifting Rhetoric of Chinese Foreign Policy" at the annual conference of the Northeastern Political Science Association in Philadelphia on Nov 10. Read More
Lanethea Mathews-Schultz , professor of political science, attended Capitol Hill with her students last week and watched live floor debate of the Senate tax bill. View photo
Kathy Harring , provost, was a panelist for the closing plenary, 'Assessing the Performance of Consortial Work by Assessing Stakeholder Needs and Interests,' at the Association for Collaborative Leadership (ACL) conference. Read More
Kathy Harring showcased the work of the Muhlenberg Digital Learning Team in her presentation 'Institutional Structures That Encourage Innovation,' for the Counsel of Independent Colleges Institute conference for Chief Academic and Chief Student Affairs Officers. Read More
Jonathan Lassiter 'Black LGBT Health in the United States: The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation,' the book of Jonathan Lassiter, assistant professor of psychology, will be the subject of a Talks at the Schomburg panel at the New York Public Library on Tuesday, October 24, 2017."
Jonathan Lassiter , assistant professor of psychology, and Steven Smith, Jr. '19 presented 'Predominately White Institutions as Extensions of the Criminal Justice System: Policing Black Male Bodies Through Invisibility and Hypervisibility,' at the Diversity Challenge Conference at Boston College.
Jonathan Lassiter , assistant professor of psychology, delivered the featured keynote address, "Rootedness in Afrocentric Spirituality: A Path to Wellness and Well-being" at the inaugural BPEE talks in New Orleans. Read More
Peter A. Pettit (Director, IJCU) participated in the launch of the new Assoc. for Interreligious/Interfaith Studies in Boston; he also presented "The Apostle Paul and the Instrospective Conscience of the Rest" at the Society of Biblical Literature.
Mirna Trauger and Camille Qualtere, lecturers of Spanish, presented their paper "Student Success through Universal Design in Post Secondary L2 Instruction" at the annual American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages in Nashville.
Kate Ekanem '21 and Aria Yuezhou Ma '18 - International students Kate Ekanem '21 and Aria Yuezhou Ma '18 each presented posters last night at the first LVAIC International Student Poster Symposium, which was held at Moravian College."
Sharrell Luckett , assistant professor of theatre & performance studies, was a guest scholar/artist at Princeton University, Marymount Manhattan College and the University of Missouri-Columbia. She discussed her research in fat studies and acting/directing theory and facilitated Master Classes.
Sharrell D. Luckett , assistant professor of theatre, recently published her book "YoungGiftedandFat." World-renowned scholar in behavioral sciences Gad Saad called it an "important book that should be read by all scientists to better understand the epistemology of fatness."
Blake Chernin '19 & Pierce Lockett '19 presented Writing Center research "Thinking through Laughter: Understanding Humor in the Writing Center" at the International Writing Centers Association Conference, Nov 11 to 13, in Chicago.
Michelle Blazewicz '18 & Ayanna Costley '19 presented Writing Center research "Tutoring to Technology: Examining the Laptop as a Third Presence" at the International Writing Centers Association Conference, Nov 11 to 13, in Chicago.
Paige Harrington '18 & Genevieve Wall '18 presented Writing Center research "Agreement or Override: Revising the Agenda during a Session" at the International Writing Centers Association Conference, Nov 11 to 13, in Chicago.
Eric Jovinelly '18 & Kelly Shannon '18 presented Writing Center research "Encoding Gendered Scaffolding in the Tutorial Session" at the International Writing Centers Association Conference, Nov 11 to 13, in Chicago.