Faculty Scholarship: Photos

2013 Speakers Photos

Assistant Professor of Biology, Kristen Boeshore, presents “The Role of Polyamines & Transgoutaminase in Nerve Regeneration.”

Assistant Professor of History, Michael Schroeder, presents "Hotly Contested Terrain:  The Challenges of Writing a Social & Cultural History of the Sandino Rebellion in Nicaragua, 1927-1934."

Additional Photos of the Celebration

Photos of the 2013 Celebration Display

A view of the 2013 faculty display. Thirty-one faculty members participated in this year's celebration.

Associate Professor of Art and Department Chair of Art and Art History, Michael Pittari's Darkness and Light. [Oil on canvas, 30x42 inches].

Assistant Professor of Digital Communications, Mathew Samuel's Book cover Religion, Politics, and the Earth: The New Materialism, Candy Factory mural, Lancaster, PA and a collaborative effort with Jeffrey J. Ritchie, Chair and Associate Professor of Digital Communications, Historic Old Miami: The Magic City. Mobile Storytelling, iDMAa Conference.

 

Photos from the 2013 Celebration

Michael R. Green, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty; Professor of Humanities introduces the speakers.

Faculty members review the library display. Thirty-five faculty members displayed their scholarship and pedagogy which included: articles, books, conference papers, presentations, posters, disserations, manuscripts and works of art.



Faculty gather for the reception and discussion.

Photos from the 2012 Celebration



The artwork of Mathew Samuel, Assistant Professor of Digital Communications.



Faculty gather for the reception and discussion.

Twenty-six faculty members displayed their scholarship and pedagogy which included: articles, books, conference papers, presentations, posters, disserations, manuscripts and works of art.

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2012 Speakers Photos

Professor of English and Director of the General Education Program at LVC, Gary Grieve-Carlson, presents "Research in the Humanities: What It Is, and Why We Do It."

Psychology Teaching Fellow, Steve Buzinski, presents "Going Beyond an Evaluation of Knowledge: Using Assessment to Engender Engagement and Create Learning."