Archive for December, 2019

Kristen Lowe (Art and Art History)

Kristen Lowe screened her short documentary, Ray Chen, Only Son, at the Landmark Center as a presenter at the 2019 NCECA conference in Minneapolis. Lowe also received a grant from the Virginia A. Groot Foundation to direct and produce a documentary short film on work made by sculptor Andrew Hellmund and participated in a podcast, […]

Marcia Bunge (Religion)

Marcia Bunge published an article entitled “Love-songs to Loam: Motivating Youth to Make a Difference by Engaging Religion and Science,” in Advances in Soil Science: Soil Degradation and Restoration in Africa, edited by Rattan Lal and B.A. Stewart.

Julie Bartley (Geology)

Julie Bartley published an article in the journal Chemical Geology with coauthors Chad Wittkop, Russell Krueger ’17, Audrey Bouvier, R. Bastian Georg, Alan Knaeble, Katherine St. Clair, Christian Piper, and Andy Breckenridge.

Sarah Wolter (Communication Studies)

Sarah Wolter co-published a research report “Longitudinal intercollegiate media guide analysis” through the University of Minnesota Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport.

Melissa Rolnick (Theatre and Dance)

Melissa Rolnick presented at the International Body IQ Somatics Festival in Berlin, Germany in November 2019. She taught a workshop called “MEISA for Older Adults.” MEISA (movement-exploration-imagination-sensation-awareness) is a developing contemplative movement practice.

Jeremy Robinson (Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures)

Jeremy Robinson gave a webinar entitled “Language Learning through Interactive Fiction” as a part of the IALLT Online Learning Series (International Association for Language Learning Technology) this October. He also facilitated a half-day workshop entitled “Using and Creating Infographics at the Novice-Intermediate Level” at the 2019 Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium Conference. At the same […]

Heidi Meyer (Nursing)

Heidi Meyer presented her work “Understanding Emotional Intelligence and Its Relationship to Clinical Reasoning: The Key to Developing the Next Generation of Nurses?” at the 2019 American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Baccalaureate Nursing Education Education Conference in Orlando, Florida.

Jill Locke (Political Science)

Jill Locke delivered an invited paper, “#MeToo and the Feminist Politics of Shame,” as part of the Shame, Shaming, Shamelessness conference at the University of Vienna on November 29, 2019. She then traveled to the University of Southern Denmark (Odense, DK) and delivered a keynote, “The Death of Shame and the Rise of Authoritarianism? A […]

Jessica Stadick (Nursing)

Jessica Stadick presented her research titled “Understanding Health Care Professionals Attitudes Towards Working in Teams and Interprofessional Collaborative Competencies: A Mixed Methods Analysis” at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s Baccalaureate Education Conference in Orlando, Florida on November 22, 2019. The findings from this study and presentation will assist nurse educators in developing specialized […]

Jeff Jenson (Library)

Jeff A. Jenson became an official member of the DNA Doe Project, a new initiative that uses genetic genealogy to identify John and Jane Does. A go-to organization for law enforcement agencies and medical examiners across the country, the DNA Doe project allows smaller and less-well-funded agencies to take advantage of its services to reunite […]