Not (necessarily) Ready for Primetime Faculty Presentations
Not (necessarily) Ready for Primetime is a Faculty Development concept to encourage sharing the scholarly activities of faculty in a relaxed setting. The Friends co-sponsored these events, hosting them in the Library's fireplace lounge throughout the Spring Semester.
February 15, 2007
Kathy Nevins, Professor of Psychology
"Lessons on the Rez: A Semester Teaching on the Rosebud"
February 22, 2007
AnneMarie Kooistra, Assistant Professor of History
"The Case of Charles Montgomery and Ann Forester: Prostitution Across the Color Line in 1930's Los Angeles"
March 1, 2007
Mark Bruce, Assistant Professor of English
"Braveheart or Sacred Heart? William Wallace and Blind Hary's Critique of Medieval Scottish Nationalism"
March 8, 2007
Louise Wilson, Associate Professor of Education
"Great American Schools: The Power of Culture and Passion"
April 3, 2007
Chris Gehrz, Assistant Professor of History
"Education for 'God's Glory and Neighbor's Good': The Pietist Idea of a Christian College"
April 24, 2007
Shawn Hofer, Assistant Professor of Psychology
"You, Me and Who? Exploring Availability to Transcendence as a Developmental Capacity"
May 3, 2007
Ray VanArragon, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
"Christian Scholarship and the Virtue of Humility"