Dr. Richard Battistoni, professor of political science, was the session chair for “Citizen Alum: Doers, Not (Just) Donors” at the Association of American Colleges and Universities meeting in Atlanta, Ga., in January.
Dr. Lynette Boos, assistant professor of mathematics, was a session moderator for the Mathematical Association of America session titled “Teaching Introductory Mathematics” in San Diego, Calif., in January.
Dr. Giuseppe Butera, associate professor of philosophy, chaired a session entitled “Interpreting Vatican II: Beyond Continuity and Discontinuity” at the American Maritain Association meeting in Philadelphia, Pa., in October.
Bernard Colo, director of academic media services, was the keynote speaker at an Infocomm Power of AV for Education conference in San Diego, Calif., in October.
Dr. Holly Coolman, assistant professor of theology, was the session chair of “The Authorities of Doctrine: In Dialogue with Khaled Anatolios” at the American Academy of Religion meeting in Chicago in November.
Dr. Dana Dillon, assistant professor of theology, was a session facilitator for the Society of Christian Ethics’ session titled “Living into Community: Cultivating Practices that Sustain Us” held in Chicago in January.
Dr. Angela Dills, professor of economics, was the keynote speaker at the College Board’s Institute on Financial Aid in Providence, R.I., in October.
Dr. Sonia Gantman, assistant professor of accountancy, was a panelist at the American Accounting Association meeting’s session titled “Information Systems Section” in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in January.
Dr. Eric Hartman, adjunct assistant professor of global studies, took part in a panel entitled “Systematically Building Intercultural Understanding and Awareness through Global Service-Learning” at the Intercultural Strategies in Civic Engagement meeting in New York in October.
Dr. Sang Woo Kang, associate professor of music, was invited to perform a piano solo at the Moody Bible Institute/Northbrook Recital Series in Chicago in October.
Dr. Sandra Keating, professor of theology, was the featured speaker at the 30th annual Aquinas Lecture entitled “Toward the True and Holy: Catholic Engagement with Islam” in St. Louis, Mo., in January.
Dr. Ian Levy, associate professor of theology, chaired a session entitled “Muslim Responses to Christianity” at the Gettysburg Conference in Gettysburg, Pa., in October.
Dr. Nicholas Longo, associate professor of public and community services studies, gave a keynote address entitled “Advancing Student Leadership in the Next Generation of Engagement” at the Kentucky Engagement Conference at Western Kentucky University in November.
Dr. Kris Monahan, director of sponsored research & programs, presented two concurrent sessions entitled “Tales From Three Start-Up Sponsored Programs Offices” and “Mentoring: Making Meaning at Predominantly Undergraduate Institutions” at the 54th Annual National Council of University Research Administrator’s Conference in Washington D.C., in November.
Dr. Jessica Mulligan, assistant professor of health policy and management, took part in a session entitled “Health and Community: Crossing Bodies, Entwined Futures of Health and Environmental Activism” at the Puerto Rican Studies Association meeting in October.
Dr. Wendy Oliver, professor of dance, led a panel entitled “Roots and Branches of Jazz Dance: Honoring Traditions, Extending the Form” at the National Dance Education Organization meeting in Los Angeles in October.
Dr. Maureen Outlaw, assistant professor of sociology, had a book exhibit entitled “Revealing Criminology” displayed at the American Society of Criminology meeting in Chicago in November.
Dr. Jeffrey Pugh, assistant professor of political science, chaired a session entitled “Latin America” at the Southern International Studies Association meeting in Atlanta, Ga., in October.
Dr. John Scanlan, associate professor of English, chaired two sessions entitled “Samuel Johnson” and “Jane Austen: The Individual and the World” at the Northeast American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies meeting in Middletown, Conn., in October.
Dr. Adrian Weimer, assistant professor of history, was the session commentator for “18th Century Evangelical Interest in Books” at the Conference on Faith and History in Wrentham, Mass., in October.