Caryn Reeder has published an article entitled "Sex and Execution: Deuteronomy 22:20-24" in Expository Times in March. She has also been invited to participate in the Institute for Biblical Research's Young Scholars Summit in Cambridge in June.
Steve Contakes, Tom Knecht and their students
Steve Contakes and one of his students, Taylor Jashinsky, presented a paper at the end of the recent Gaede Institute Conference on War and Peace as Liberal Arts. The title of the paper was "Chemistry, Responsibility, and Modern Warfare." Two teams of Tom Knecht's students also presented papers at the conference. Bryanna Beauchamp, Juliana Carlson, Emily Keach, Kathryn Hopper and Zoe Newcomb spoke on "Jus Ad Bellum as a Deciding Factor in the 1983 Invasion of Grenada." Chris Costenbader, Curtis Donahoe, David Dry, Joshua Miller, and Steve Harvey presented a paper on "Just War, National Interests, and the Iraq War."
Carmel Saad will be presenting at the upcoming meeting of the American Psychological Association at the end of July in Honolulu, Hawai'i. Her presentation is entitled "The Mediating Role of Emotion Regulation on the Well-Being of Highly Integrated Biculturals."
In the middle of March, Tito Paredes was one of the leaders of Seminar-Consultation entitled "Towards a Latin American Evangelical Political Theology." The event was held at the Centro Evangélico de Misiologiá Andino-Amazónica in Lima, Peru. This was the beginning of a long-range project that seeks to address some past problems and articulate new ways that evangelicals can contribute to political and social well-being in their region.
Tatiana Nazarenko, Sarah Skripsky
Tatiana Nazarenko and Sarah Skripsky co-authored a proposal on “Closing the Loop with the Limited Data: Lessons Learned from Assessing Student Writing Across the Curriculum,” which has been accepted for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges’ Academic Resource Conference presentation in April 2013. Tatiana will also moderate a panel focused on engaging faculty in assessment.
Savannah Kelly will present at May’s Workshop for Instruction in Library Use in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Her focus is on assisting students in enduring investigations and her topic is Connecting the Academy and the Real World: Using Dilemma Cases to Teach Students Lifelong Inquiry.
The Aqueduct Project interviewed Helen Rhee for its "GOD Talks" series. This program is designed to foster theological understanding among the global evangelical community, with GOD standing for “Global Orthodox Dialogue.”