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Academic Symposium 2018

April 11th Wed

6:00 pm Keynote Address

“Becoming Fully Human: The Christian Liberal Arts Journey” Dr. Tim Green

8:00 pm Film Fest

Student Films from IS199 Contemporary Questions with Dr. William Malas

April 12th Thursday

10:00 am-11:30 am Poster Presentations

Mann Student Center

Samantha Bartels Kelly Di Stefano Rachele Guidice Katherine Paul
Mckenzie Blake Tennyson Doane Cindi Hazelton Mark Preble
Nicholas  Burt Garrett Edinger Aaron Herbert Kenneth Sorensen
Santiago Camero Nicholas Fernandez Michael LaFrance Davis  Steelman
David Daggett Sara R. Fils-Aime Allana  Malas Lindsey Steelman
Elizangela Decarvalho Kaitlyn Gagnon Shalomy Mathew

9:30 am-12:00 pm Symposium Session I 150 Min

Ruth Cameron Auditorium

“Introduction and Devotional” Dr. William McCoy

“Neither Saints nor Simpletons: Harry Truman, Anti-Catholicism, and the Nomination of a Vatican Ambassador” Christopher Estep

“Puritans on the Prairie: New England Migration in the Nineteenth Century.” Timothy Vazquez

Reader’s Theatre Session

“Latina, I Never Knew You” Michelle Orellana

11:10 am-11:20 am Break

Gould Holiness Lecture

Dr. Scott Daniels

12:00 pm- 1:00 pm Lunch

1:00 pm-3:00 pm Symposium Session II 120 Min

Ruth Cameron Auditorium

“Afternoon Introduction” Dr. William McCoy

“Can We Use Bioacoustics as a Tool to Distinguish Between Cryptic Frog Species in Costa Rica?” Professor Jonathan Twining

“High Speed Precision Epoxy Dispenser” Nicholas Fernandez

“History as a Means for Teaching Introductory Quantum Physics: Implementing Feminist Pedagogy in PY301” Dr. Jill Macko

“Concussions in Sport: A Closer Look at Football, Hockey, and Concussion Awareness” Connor Hudson-Bryant

3:00 pm-3:15 pm Break  

3:15-5:00- Session III 90 Min

 Ruth Cameron Auditorium

“Communal Dignity: Towards a Counterbalance of Individual Dignity for Human Rights and Peace” Professor Julene Tegerstrand

“Faith Found Through Hebraic Mythology” Kelee Prince

“‘Almighty God, Without Respect of Person’: Thomas Cranmer, Gender, and Religious Change during the English Reformation” Dr. Nicholas Pruitt

“Closing Remarks” Dr. William McCoy

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