Taking Every Thought Captive
Taking Every Thought Captive celebrates 40 years of the Christian Scholar's Review by collecting a representation of the best scholarship to appear in its pages from inception in 1970 through 2010. In its 40 years of publication, CSR has had two main objectives: ''the integration of Christian faith and learning on both the intra- and inter-disciplinary levels'' and ''to provide a forum for the discussion of the theoretical issues of Christian higher education.'' The twenty-four articles gathered in this anniversary collection reflect both of these objectives. As a whole, this collection witnesses to the rigors of the intellectual enterprise found within the pages of CSR and affirms an ongoing commitment to support, enhance, and promote Christian scholarship.
Contributors include Scott T. Waalkes, Professor of International Politics.
Call for Proposals: The 2013 Friends Association of Higher Education Conference (FAHE)
The 2013 FAHE conference will be held on Malone University campus in June. Faculty are invited to submit a proposal. Jay R. Case (Professor of History) will be one of the plenary speakers and Quaker scholars. The theme of the conference and other information can be found at http://www.cvent.com/events/request-for-proposals-fahe-conference/event-summary-df052c95e29f4d149e61a5285e87a0e7.aspx?i=21050c45-0a64-41a1-88ad-0353cbf556a8
News from your Faculty and Staff
Jesse Ayers (Professor of Music)
Barbara A. Easlick (Professor of Sport Management) and Dennis D. Kincaid (Professor of Business Administration)
Laura S. Foote (Instructor of Management Studies)
Julia A. Frankland (Professor of Business Administration) and Elizabeth A. Postlewaite (Instructor of Business)
Maria Lai-Ling Lam (Professor of Business Administration)
Maria Lam, Martha J.B. Cook (Professor of Education Emerita), and Adam Klemann (Director of IT)
Randi C. Pahlau (Instructor of English)
Lauren S. Seifert (Professor of Psychology)
Duane F. Watson (Professor of New Testament Studies)
Lora L. Wyss (Associate Professor of Nursing)
Students in the News
Students from the School of Business and Leadership and the College of Theology, Arts, and Sciences have been named one of 12 semi-finalist teams in the Ohio Clean Energy Challenge! Teams of students compete to develop successful clean energy business plans, connecting science and technology with business opportunity.
Jonathan Clark (Business)
Catherine Kennedy (Business)
Jonathan Miller (Chemistry)
Cameron Worth (Business)
Faculty support for the project came from Donghai Chen (Professor of Chemistry), and Elizabeth Postlewaite.
The final phase of the competition took place on January 29 at the Ohio State University.