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Abadeer, Adel - Economics  (7 Items) 
  Department Seminar. "How Informal Norms Marginalize Women in Less Developed Countries," Economics Department's lecture. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/19/2010
  Invited lecture. Redemptive Diversity in Christian Institutions CCE class led by the Dean for Multicultual Affairs. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/19/2010
  Session panelist. Shariah Law of Islam: What is it, and how does it affect free nations? Women For Freedom Committee: The Gerald R. Ford Republican Women. Comfort Suites Hotel, Comstock Park, Michigan. 01/14/2010
  Invited lecture. "Christian and Economic Perspectives on Stewardship," 26th Annual Conference of The Arab Evangelical Church. , Boston, Massachusetts. 04/07/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. "The Value of Christian Education," 26th Annual Conference of The Arab Evangelical Church. , Boston, Massachusetts. 04/07/2010
  Session panelist. Shariah Law of Islam Part II Women For Freedom Committee: The Gerald R. Ford Republican Women. Eternal Word Church, Grandville, Michigan. 06/19/2010
  Student Learning. Addressing the 2010 Entrada Scholars during their orientation.
Ayoola, Adejoke - Nursing  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. Faculty-student research collaboration: I worked with two students on two projects namely: Parents' emotional reactions to the birth of very preterm babies- Anna Schipper, who is a junior nursing honors student. We had a poster presentation on this project at the 2010 MNRS Annual Research Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, April 8-11, 2010. The second project is a systematic review on "Excess Prepregnancy Weight and its impact on Birth Outcomes among Adolescent Mothers" by Lindsay Clutter, a senior nursing honors student. We are working on manuscripts for publications based on these two projects. Community-based research and learning: Based on the focus group discussions on pregnancy recognition that I did with one of my colleagues, we designed an intervention on knowing your body. This intervention was pilot tested in the neighborhoods that we use for our community-based nursing in spring 2010. The intervention and pilot survey was administered by all the senior nursing students. This provided a great learning opportunities for all the students. Engagement, outside of class, with first-year students:I had one-to-one discussions with all my advisees who were freshmen. FEN-related activities:To promote FEN-related goals, I incorporated discussions of culturally relevant issues and care during pregnancy and childbirth to every class. Students were asked to choose a particular culture and identify main pregnancy-related issues in that culture and present this in every class.
Baker, Judith - Nursing  (1 Item)  
Development & Service. Mentored a new practicum instructor in the fall semester CCCS reading group on Faith Formation Attended four Webinars: three on standardized testing systems and one on the essentials for nursing accreditation Faculty Workshop on the FEN Study report Advising Workshop on Strengths-based advising
Bascom, Johnathan - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Participant in multi-week, church class on the return of racist segregation in public education; book discussion of The Shame of the Nation by award-winning author, Jonathan Kozol
Benson, David - Chemistry & Biochemistry  (4 Items) 
  Curriculum. Chem 230 Resource Mapping Project: A Google Earth document was developed that details the regions of the world (focused on developing nations) where minerals are mined for inorganic chemical feedstocks.
  Curriculum. Participated in discussions for Chem 295 on "Percy Julian: Forgotten Genius," the biography of a prominent African-American Industrial Chemist.
  Public Service. 2010 Calvin College Project SEED Co-Coordinator (w/ Mark Muyskens): Wrote the grant to American Chemical Society, developed matching funds (Calvin and West Michigan ACS), recruited economically-disadvantaged high school students, reviewed applications, made awards, facilitated HR document creation, developed program and activities, mentored one of the five researchers (Calandra Jones), and facilitated reporting to American Chemical Society.
  Public Service. Youth (High School) Group Leader, inSpirit Church, Byron Center, MI
Betts, Thomas - Business  (1 Item)  
  Professional Svcs. Marketing and Business consulting for TrueSuccess--a character-based curriculum for 1st-8th graders.
Bierling, Marilyn - Spanish  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Immigration Impasse: Issues for the Classroom" Conference on Diversity: Pedagogy and Scholarship Across the Disciplines. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/24/2009
  Internal grant. sabbatical leave for interim and spring 2011, Sabbatical
Bouma, Bud - Biology  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Address biological basis (or lack thereof) of race in Biology 115, Human Biology, in the lectures on human origins
Brandsen, Cheryl - Sociology  (1 Item)  
  External grant (not govt). Social Work Partnership – Mother Patern College of Health Sciences, Monrovia, Liberia , Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation
Bratt, Ken - Classical Languages  (2 Items) 
Student Learning. Director of Honors Program and mentor for honors students on 3rd Van Reken.
Development & Service. Speaker on applying to graduate school (once for seniors on Oct. 21, 2009, and once for international students on March 13, 2010). Served on interview committees for the Lilly Graduate Fellows program (Hannah Borman & Robert Zandstra won!) and the Fulbright Student Fellowship program; mentored students applying to the Scholars Semester in Oxford and one applying for a Rhodes Scholarship.
Buteyn, Mary - Germanic & Asian Languages & Literatures  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Assessing Our Lofty Goals," North American Christian Foreign Language Association (NACFLA) conference. Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana. 03/22/2010
Bytwerk, Randall - Communication Arts & Sciences  (1 Item)  
  Other online document. I added 17 items to my on-line German Propaganda Archive (http://www.calvin.edu/cas/gpa/), including full translations of material from Nazi Germany and the German Democratic Republic. If you want, I could list them individually.
Carpenter, Joel - Administration  (15 Items) 
  Book chapter. "Foreword," in Rachel Hostetter Smith, Charis: Boundary Crossings: Neighbors, Strangers, Family, Friends (Grand Rapids: Calvin College, 2009), 7-8.
  Book review. Review of Daniel H. Bays and Ellen Widmer, eds., China's Christian Colleges: Cross-Cultural Connections,1900-1950. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2009. In Christian Higher Education 9:2 (2010): 181-182. Peer reviewed.
  Book review. Review of Mark A. Noll, The New Shape of World Christianity. Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2009. In the Journal of American History 97:1 (June 2010): 153.
  Book review. Review of Dana L. Robert, Christian Mission: How Christianity Became A World Religion. London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. In Christian History, posted online 11/25/2009. http://www.christianitytoday.com/ch/booksandresources/reviews/bridgingthelocalandtheglobal.html
  Book review. Review of Christian Smith and Michael O.Emerson, with Patricia Snell, Passing the Plate: Why American Christians Don't Give Away More Money. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. In Church History 78:3 (September 2009): 709-711.
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Is Christian Higher Education 'Private?' Educating for God's Shalom in an Era of Growing Demand," Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) - Critical Breakthroughs Forum on Christian Higher Education. Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, Georgia. 02/25/2010
  Session chair/panelist. "Globalization and Reformed faith: Perspectives from South Africa," Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/16-17/2010
  round-table participant. Yale Workshop on Church and Society in Africa. Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. 03/25-27/2010
  Invited lecture. "New Christian Universities and the Future of Christian Scholarship," Andrew Walls Lecture. Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, United Kingdom. 03/17/2010
  Invited lecture. Organizing to Beat the Devil: Middle-American Christian History and the African Contemporary Witness The Church and Society in Africa Workshop. Yale University and Overseas Ministries Study Center, New Haven, Connecticut. 03/26/2010
  Invited lecture. "Is Christian Higher Education Private? New Universities and Global Trends in Higher Education," Seminar on Academic Leadership in Baptist Universities. Baylor University, Waco, Texas. 05/20/2010
  Poster presentation. "Christian Higher Education: A Global Perspective," Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Meeting. Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia. 11/06/2009
  Invited lecture. Studying Evangelicals--some reflections on the last thirty years of historical and sociological investigations Center on Religion and Chinese Society. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. 10/27/2009
  External grant (not govt). "Crossing Boundaries: International Faculty Development Seminars", Walter and Darlene Hansen
  External grant (not govt). "Values and Virtues: A Program for Chines Scholars", The John Templeton Foundation
Clark, Kelly - Philosophy  (10 Items) 
Book chapter. "Explaining God Away: The Challenge of Evolutionary Psychology," in Science and Religion in Dialogue, Melville Stewart, ed. (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley BLackwell, 2010). Peer reviewed.
Book chapter. "Happiness and HUman Flourishing," in K. J. Clark, On Happiness. Beijing: The World Knowledge Press, 2010. Peer reviewed.
Book chapter. "How Real People Believe: Reason & Belief in God," in Science and Religion in Dialogue, Melville Stewart, ed. (Hoboken NJ: Wiley Blackwell, 2010). Peer reviewed.
Book chapter. "Reformed Epistemology and the Cognitive Science of Religion," in Science and Religion in Dialogue, Melville Stewart, ed. (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Blackwell, 2010). Peer reviewed.
Book edited or translated. On Happiness. Beijing: The World Knowledge Press, 2010. Peer reviewed.
Book edited or translated. Return to Reason. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1990. Farsi edition: Iran: Zanjan University Press, 2009. Peer reviewed.
Book edited or translated. The Story of Ethics: Human Nature & Human Fulfillment. Peer reviewed.
Talk contributed at a conference. God, Chance and Purpose God and Physics Conference. Ian Ramsey Center, Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. 08/07/2010
Invited lecture. "Evolution and Ethics," Ian Ramsey Lecture. Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. 10/27/2010
Talk contributed at a conference. The Evolutionary Psychology of Chinese Religion & The Cognitive Science of Religion and the Rationality of Religious Belief Cognition, Religion, and Theology Conference. Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. 06/29/2010
Crow, Robert - Student Development  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "A White Man's Story Toward Anti-Racism (Or What I Have in Common With Scranton, PA's Michael Scott of the Dunder-Mifflin Paper Company" Association of Christians in Student Development annual conference. Messiah College, Grantham, Pennsylvania. 08/06/2010
  Keynote or plenary address. "Justice Plenary: How Racism Has Shaped Me/Us" Prelude. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/09/2009
Curry, Janel - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies  (1 Item)  
Church group presentation. "Climate Change and Prayers for Creation," African Methodist Episcopal Church, International Women's Prayer Convocation. Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, Ontario. 09/19/2009
da Silva, Sergio - Psychology  (1 Item)  
Public Service. Participated with students from Health Psychology class in the Nursing Department Health Fair (5/1/2010). In collaboration with Healthy Homes Coalition of West Michigan, conducted canvassing with students from Introductory Psychology classes in the fall and spring semesters of 2010. In collaboration with healhty Homes Coalition of West Michigan, conducted in-home healht hazards assessemtns with students from Health Psychology classes in the fall and spring semesters of 2010.
De Mey, Kathleen - Library  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Led worship as a member of the Calvin Alumni Choir at the uniting General Council in June 2010.
de Vries, Bert - History  (17 Items) 
  Journal article. With S. de Vries, L. Koning, S. Oord, D. Roukema, M. Workman, P. Christians, J. DeKock, C. Mulder, T. al-Hunaiti, M. al-Fayez, B. Locke and M. Hazza, "Site Presentation in Jordan: Concept Design and the January 2009 Documentation Season at Umm el-Jimal." Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 53 (Amman 2009): 364-370.
  Book chapter. "Between the Cults of Syria and Arabia: Traces of Pagan Religion at Umm el-Jimal." Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan X. Amman: Department of Antiquities of Jordan, 2009: 177-191. Peer reviewed.
  Book chapter. Annual GML Workshops (compiler). Pp. 270-327 in Global Moments in the Levant. Eds. Leif Manger and Oystein LaBianca. Bergen: BRIC 2010. Peer reviewed.
  Book chapter. Imperial projects in the Levant, co-authored with Bethany Walker and Oystein LaBianca. Pp. 214-229 in Global Moments in the Levant. Eds. Leif Manger and Oystein LaBianca. Bergen: BRIC 2010. Peer reviewed.
  Book chapter. The Paradox of Power: An Archaeology of Security in the First Millennium A. D. Pp 64-71 in Global Moments in the Levant. Eds. Leif Manger and Oystein LaBianca. Bergen: BRIC 2010. Peer reviewed.
  Book review. Review of Petra:The Mountain of Aaron I: The Church and the Chapel, by Zbigniew T. Fiema and Jaakko Frosen. Pp. 447, b&w figs. 323, color figs. 69, graphs 1, tables 45, plans 1. Societas Scientiarium Fennica, Helsinki 2008. American Journal of Archaeology 114.1 Online Review (January 2010).
  Invited lecture. "Multi-faceted Approaches to Creating the Umm el-Jimal Virtual Muesum," Horn Institute of Archaeology Lecture Series. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. 04/26/2010
  Invited lecture. "Site Presentation at Umm el-Jimal: a Report on the Current Field Season," Friends of Archaeology and Heritage Lecture Series. , Amman, Jordan. 01/20/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Presenting Umm el-Jimal as a Heritage Site: Interconnecting Ancient and Modern Communities," Eleventh International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan. University of Paris I, Paris, France. 06/08/2010
  Session chair/panelist. Session: Late Antiquity-Early Islam Eleventh International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan. University of Paris I, Paris, France. 06/10/2010
  Church group presentation. "Archaeology and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: How phony science serves political bias" . Pillar Christian Reformed Church, Holland, Michigan. 03/28/2010
  Church group presentation. "The Human Cost of Conflicts in the Middle East: A West Michigan Response" . Pillar Christian Reformed Church, Holland, Michigan. 03/21/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Documentation at Umm El-Jimal, Jordan: Building a Museum for the 21st Century," American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meeting. Astor Crowne Plaza, New Orleans, Louisiana. 11/21/2009
  Session chair/panelist. Session: Byzantine and Early Islamic Near East American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meeting. Astor Crowne Plaza, New Orleans, Louisiana. 11/21/2009
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Desired Pasts. Archaeological Sites in Modern Conflicts: Comparative Case Studies, Umm el-Jimal, Jordan and Silwan, Jerusalem." Geology, Geography and Environmental Studies Department seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/13/2009
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Societal Rupture and Gender at Umm el-Jimal." Workshop for Enabling Local Voices: The Gender and Development Forum, a joint Bergen and birzeit University NUFU Project, at Institute for Women's Studies. Birzeit University, Birzeit, West Bank. 10/02/2009
  Internal grant. Travel Grant to Deliver Paper at Overseas Conference, Provost's Office
DeGraaf, Don - Kinesiology  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. Shared physical experiences that transcend culture Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity Conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/16/2010
  Student Learning. Asian Summer program -- established three partnerships in Asia with: Mother's Choice (Hong Kong) Sekolah Pelita Harapan (Indonesia) The Language Studio (Malaysia) The purpose of this program is multifaceted. Specifically, the program is designed using a service learning model whereby Calvin students have an international opportunity to learn from and work with local staff in order to expand the local organization's capacity to better meet the needs of those it serves. In addition, the program offers Calvin an opportunity to further build relationships with like-minded organizations in Southeast Asia.
Dhuga, Umit - Classical Languages  (5 Items) 
  Session chair/panelist. Christian Worldviews and Classical Pagan Thought Reformed Mission in an Age of Global Christianity: Worldwide Merger. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/15-18/2010
  Curriculum. Sustainability Workshop (June 2010). Incorporation of sustainability into curriculum and syllabi. Putative incorporation: Stoic Withdrawal. To be incorporated into Latin 205 (Late Republic and Early Empire): tentative title, "The Anxiety of Empire".
  Student Learning. Augustine, Then and Now: Rethinking International Order. McGregor Fellowship (2 students) for Summer 2010. Output: multiple articles under review; multiple conference papers in both Classics and Political Science for academic year 2010-2011.
  Development & Service. Assistant Varsity Soccer Coach: Lowell Red Arrows: August 2009 through May 2010.
  Development & Service. Committee on Sustainability Workshop: June 2010
Du Mez, Jack - Academic Services  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. STEP (Striving Toward Educational Possibilities) Conference: "Not Getting Bought 'How to Read' Advertisements," Taught sample college class for seventh and eighth grade students, mostly students of color, through the office of pre-college programs.
Du Mez, Kristin - History  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended the beneficial "A Compass for Conversations on Race and Racism in the Classroom: The Student Perspective" at the Fall Faculty Conference.
Dykstra-Pruim, Pennylyn - Germanic & Asian Languages & Literatures  (2 Items) 
  Journal article. Dykstra-Pruim, Pennylyn. "Cultural Intelligence: An Interview with David Livermore." Journal of Christianity and Foreign Langauges. 11:2010. Peer reviewed.
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Assessing our Lofty Goals," North American Christian Foreign Language Association (NACFLA) conference. Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana. 04/08-09/2010
Feenstra, Cheryl - Nursing  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Implemented a new interim course: Partnering to Improve Health in Rural India. Included much reflection on differences and similarities among various ethnic and cultural groups.
Felch, Susan - English  (5 Items) 
  Journal article. "Double Translation: The Heart of Christianity," Sinological Studies (2010). http://www.sinologystudy.com/2010/0425/12.html. Peer reviewed. http://www.sinologystudy.com/2010/0425/12.html
  Journal article. "Cautionary Tales and Crisscrossing Paths," Religion and Literature 41.2 (2009): 1-7. Invited participant in forum on religion and literature.
  Book edited or translated. Bakhtin and Religion: A Feeling for Faith. Edited with Paul J. Contino. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2001. Translated into Korean, with new preface by Felch (Pusan National University Press, 2009). Peer reviewed.
  Session chair/panelist. Summary panelist Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity Conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/16/2010
  External grant (not govt). Lilly Conferences, Lilly
Fetzer, Glenn - French  (7 Items) 
Journal article. "Anonymat et reference dans la pousie de Frederic Boyer," in Romance Notes (49:2, 2009) 229-238. Peer reviewed.
Book chapter. "Mots de passe et mots d'ordre dans l'oeuvre de Lorand Gaspar" in Stylistiques ?, Ed. Laurence Bougault et Judith Wulf (Rennes : Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2010), 449-458. Peer reviewed.
Journal article. "Hocquard et la po3tique de la grammaire," in Nottingham French Studies (49 :1, Spring 2010) 66-75. Peer reviewed.
Talk contributed at a conference. "Valeurs ecologistes et enjeux dhabitat chez Claudel" Michigan World Language Association (MIWLA) Annual Meeting. , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 12/27-30/2009
Talk contributed at a conference. "Entre ciel et mer: espace et enonciation chez Lorand Gaspar" International colloquium "Espace et enonciation". , Jendouba, Tunisia. 03/03-05/2010
Talk contributed at a conference. "Tahar Bekri ou lethique du nomadisme" International Colloquium "Grandes Voix Contemporaines: Les Antilles, L'Afrique Noire, le Maghreb, L'Ocean Indien". Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 09/17-19/2009
Invited lecture. "Writing Exile: Tahar Bekri and the Tunisia - France Connection" Guest lecturer. Hope College, Holland, Michigan. 09/22/2009
Fuller, Brian - Communication Arts & Sciences  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. Auditioned, selected, and supervised paid student interns for a documentary shoot in Hoboken, NJ during the January interim. Media Production majors Kyle Berkompas and Kristin Crawford were enlisted as camera operators; Education major Chad Drenth was a research assistant (as the film's subject was innovating teaching strategies employed by The Mustard Seed, a arts- and faith-based school). Drenth also worked as a location audio engineer. The project's FEN component was significant, given that a diverse student body is also a signature of the school. Recording and representing the policies and practices which intentionally create such a learning community -- as well as their resulting benefits and challenges -- was an ubiquitous concern of our film making team.
Groenhout, Ruth - Philosophy  (1 Item)  
  Book chapter. "The Difference Difference Makes: Public Health and the Complexities of Racial and Ethnic Research," in Feminist Bioethics: At the Centre, on the Margins, Laurel Baldwin-Ragaven, Petya Fitzpatrick, and Jackie Leach Scully, eds. (2010, Johns Hopkins University Press) pp. 221-242. Peer reviewed.
Haarsma, Deborah - Physics & Astronomy  (1 Item)  
Development & Service. 2010 May 24 Racial Sobriety Workshop
Halteman, Matt - Philosophy  (2 Items) 
  Conference Organizer. Wake Up Weekend 2010. Calvin College, 106 Division Avenue Arts Collective, Brick Road Pizza, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/23/2010
  Student Learning. Faculty Advisor, Students for Compassionate Living (SCL). SCL's activities included dorm workshops on sustainable living, student reading groups, regular community potlucks, sponsorship of Wake Up Weekend activities (including Bryant Terry's cooking demonstration on the connections between racial injustice and food systems injustice).
Hardy, Lee - Philosophy  (7 Items) 
  Invited lecture. Getting Out or Digging In: Two Concepts of Salvation faculty integration seminar. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang. 08/05/2010
  Invited lecture. Sober Judgment Calvin Chapel talk. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang.
  Invited lecture. Turning the Soul Calvin Chapel talk. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang. 08/15/2010
  Keynote or plenary address. Your Profession: A Calling and a Choice Keynote address at UPH Festival 17. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang. 08/13/2010
  Your work was the focus of a workshop or conference. Christian Calling and the World of Work Christian Calling and the World of Work. Ukrida University, Jakarta Barat, Indonesia. 07/08/2010
  Invited lecture. Should We Believe There is a God? faculty integration seminar. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang. 06/08/2010
  Professional Svcs. The Theology of Work and Calling, a two-week intensive course given at Sekolah Tinggi Theologi Reformed Injili Indonesia (The Reformed Evangelical Seminary of Indonesia), August 2-13, 2010, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Heffner, Gail - Administration  (8 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Consultant--for Lines: The Lived Experience of Race in Grand Rapids (Play being developed by Stephanie Sandberg)
  Curriculum. New course development for Interim 2010 class on Race, Gender, and Immigration in the U.S. Students collected oral histories from immigrants to Grand Rapids and these interviews have been transcribed and will be donated to the Community Voices archive at the Grand Rapids Public Library.
  Student Learning. Supervised and mentored student research assistant who worked primarily on the Community Voices Project
  Student Learning. Panel presentation, "The Delight and Difficulty of a Multi-Ethnic Church," organized by Multicultural Student Affairs Office for the Calvin Martin Luther King Celebration.
  Development & Service. Attended/ participated in the FEN Symposium, March 2010.
  Development & Service. Member, Reading Group on Race and Theology,2009-2010.
  Public Service. Caucus leader for Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation (CORR)
  Public Service. Member, Church of the Servant anti-racism team
Hoag, Jennifer Steensma- - Art & Art History  (2 Items) 
  Curriculum. I attended the 47th Society for Photographic Education's National Conference from March 4-7 in Philadelphia. The conference title was, "Facing Diversity: Leveling the Playing Field in the Photographic Arts." My favorite session was a panel titled, "Re-thinking Photographic Education: Expanding the Canon" with Gazelle Samizay, Coriana Close, Catherine Marino and Rae Strozzo. The description for the session was as follows: "This panel, which will consist of current and recently graduated master's students, will provide strategies for expanding photographic history curriculum. A more accurate retelling of the history of photography to include artists of diverse background (including race, culture, ethnicity, religion, class, gender, sexual orientation and age) would expose students to a broad array of creative ideas, thus benefiting students' artistic practices. The goal of this panel is to provide resources and strategies for photography educators to expand the photo historical canon in a way that integrates diverse artists without Othering them." I have already implemented some of the strategies they discussed.
  Development & Service. Attended the 47th Society for Photographic Education's National Conference titled, "Facing Diversity: Leveling the Playing Field in the Photographic Arts." Conference in Philadelphia from March 4-7, 2010.
Hoogstra, Shirley - Administration  (1 Item)  
  Published interview. Inner Compass - Jan. 26/10 - Jewish-Palestinian Reconciliation. Guest - Archibshop Elias Chacour.
Kapitula, Laura - Mathematics & Statistics  (1 Item)  
Development & Service. Provided statistical consultation to Adejoke Ayoola on her research project: Time of Pregnancy Recognition and Birth Outcomes among Women with Unintended Pregnancy. Also proofread and helped Adejoke Ayoola with analysis portion of a NIH R21 grant proposal.
Katerberg, Will - History  (3 Items) 
  Book authored. Carol L. Higham and William H. Katerberg, Conquests and Consequences: The American West from Frontier to Region. Wheeling, Illinois: Harlan Davidson, 2009.
  Professional Svcs. Editor of Fides et Historia, the journal of the Conference on Faith and History. Co-editor, with Carol L. Higham (UNC at Charlotte), of the Western History Series, of Harlan Davidson, Inc. Current volumes in progress are on women and West, African Americans in the West, religion and the West, and the environmental history of the West.
  Curriculum. Developed a new course in Native American History, turning History 358 (Studies in the North American West), which had focused on violence in the American West, into a course in Native American History that is national in scope, but puts special emphasis on the West. It is being taught for the first time in the fall of 2010.
Klatt, Lewis - English  (1 Item)  
  Interview. "An Interview with Kevin Young" Festival of Faith and Writing. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/17/2010
Koetje, Dave - Biology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Participated in the Sustainability-Across-the-Curriculum summer workshop, which included planning for Biology 123 upgrades, potential connections with Chemistry 103 and college core courses, and consideration of environmental justice concerns
Konyndyk, Irene - French  (1 Item)  
Talk contributed at a conference. Diversity in the Foreign Language Classroom: What About Students with Learning Disabilities? West Michigan College and University Presidents' Compact Committee conference on Pedagogy and Scholarship Across the Disciplines. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/01/2009
Koop, Jan - Mathematics & Statistics  (1 Item)  
  State grant. Partners for Professional Development in Mathematics, MI Dept of Education
Leugs, David - Communication Arts & Sciences  (2 Items) 
  Your work was the focus of a workshop or conference. In separate Silos; An Ethnography of Race Conference paper presentation. University of Sydney, Camperdown, Australia. 07/14/2009
  Development & Service. Participated in a one-day seminar/workshop called, "The Dance Of Racial Reconciliation," sponsored by the Calvin Office of Multi-cultural Affairs and the Race Relations Office of the Christian Reformed Church in North America.
Loyd-Paige, Michelle - Administration  (16 Items) 
  Journal article. "Thinking and Eating at the Same Time: Reflections of a Sista Vegan." Sistah Vegan! Food, Health, Identity, and Society: Female Vegans of the African Diaspora. Edited by Amie Harper, Latern Books. 2010.
  Talk contributed at a conference. Practical Lessons for the Multicultural Church Synergy Conference. , Orlando, Florida. 04/06/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. Sneak Peak at the Multicultural Climate Survey Results Fall Faculty and Staff Conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 08/01/2009
  Talk contributed at a conference. Social Impact of Christianity on Sub-Saharan Africans Conference on the Social Impact of Christianity in Africa. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 08/13/2009
  Talk contributed at a conference. How I Got Over: Critical Moments for Women of Color at a Christian College Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) - Critical Breakthroughs Forum on Christian Higher Education. Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, Georgia. 02/25/2010
  Church group presentation. "Anti-Racism: A Black Perspective," . Madison Square Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/20/2009
  Invited lecture. Business Case for Diversity Muskegon Chamber of Commerce. , Muskegon, Michigan. 10/14/2009
  Professional Svcs. Hosted West Michigan Presidents' Compact Committee (WMPCC) conference on diversity across the curriculum. Calvin College, Sept 24025, 2009
  Curriculum. Guest lecturer on Calvin's Multicultural Climate Survey. Statistics class 9-15-09
  Curriculum. Guest lecturer on Issues in Black Health Care. IDIS class on Multicultural Care. 9-16-09
  Curriculum. Guest lecturer on Racism. Social work class
  Curriculum. Guest presenter on Black identity in the United States. Sociology class
  Development & Service. Healing the Heart of Justice. A Workshop offered by Victor Lewis. Grand Rapids, March 25
  Development & Service. Training as a Racial SOBRIETY workshop facilitator. Detroit. May 14-16, 2010
  Development & Service. Multicultural Curriculum Transformation Workshop. Calvin College. March 10-11, 2011
  Development & Service. Participant: Race-a Theological Account. Led by J. Smit
Lundberg, Matthew - Religion  (3 Items) 
  Book authored. Richard J. Plantinga, Thomas R. Thompson, and Matthew D. Lundberg, Introduction to Christian Theology, in the Introductions to Religion Series (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010). Peer reviewed.
  Journal article. "Repentance as a Paradigm for Christian Mission," Journal of Ecumenical Studies 45, no. 2 (Spring 2010): 201-17. Peer reviewed.
  Talk contributed at a conference. Bitter History on the Journey of Christian Mission Unity in Mission Group of the Faith & Order Commission of the National Council of Churches of Christ, USA. Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston, Illinois. 10/16/2009
Maag, Karin - History  (1 Item)  
  Keynote or plenary address. "Calvin 2009: The Results" International Calvin Congress. University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa. 08/23/2010
Marr, Elisha - Sociology  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. The Multicultural Curriculum Transformation and Research Colloquium provided ideas, information, and resources to weave multiculturalism into the SOCY 210: The Criminal Justice System opposed to discussing it as a lone topic within the course. Mike Stob discussed using assessment to set course goals and objectives which was then discussed in small group regarding methods of assessing progress in cultural awareness. The spring 2011 Criminal Justice course will reflect the wealth of knowledge I have learned at the MCTRC and will help students to understand the field from a multicultural perspective.
McMullen, Steven - Economics  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. I attended the Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity Conference.
  Development & Service. I attended the Rekindling Christian Imagination Worldview Conference on Saturday Nov.7th, 2009.
Molnar, Larry - Physics & Astronomy  (2 Items) 
  Department Seminar. A Celebration of Benjamin Banneker: the First African American Scientist special seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/17/2010
  Development & Service. Attended conference in your field: two conferences, at which I made presentations (see section B). Interdisciplinary projects: worked with Chris Moseley in Math on asteroid orbital computations (see CRF report for details). FEN-related development: attended 20/03/2010 presentation by Sandra Mayo sponsored by the MAC committee entitled "Integrating Multiculturalism into the Curriculum". I followed this up with an email exchange with Dr. Mayo on material that I will share at an upcoming departmental material. I also continued to serve on the MAC committee. I attended a series of sessions sponsored by ISRI in May/June 2010 on using the Sage math computer package in classes. I assisted in the planning and execution of Calvin College's first summer camp in Astronomy (June 2010, run by Andrew Vanden Heuvel). This camp included the variable star discovery lab, which was very successful: http://www.calvin.edu/academic/phys/observatory/images/Camp-Variables/ I attended a CPR course 25/08/2010. Other contributions: I served as a faculty Senator. I served as observatory director, maintaining the equipment, training student workers, and interacting with the public. This Calvin observatory has multiple, interrelated purposes: 1) recruitment: through public nights, pre-college program events, youth groups of every sort, and a multi-layered website, the observatory reaches out to prospective students of every level to interest them in Calvin and in science. 2) retention: the observatory workers are largely first-year students in the physics department. Working at the observatory gives them a positive opportunity to get more connected to the department and to each other. 3) laboratories: Many professors for many courses (Physics 134, introductory astronomy courses for nonscience and science majors, and Astronomy 384, an upper level lab course) use the facility for there class labs. 4) research: I have made use of the facility for a number of research projects involving students. For these, the data are largely gathered through the school year (when the lion's share of dark skies occur), although the research and analysis is often done in the summer. Some of the course laboratories play a direct role in the research as well. 5) public outreach: open houses for parent weekends, alumni weekends, 50 year reunion events, etc. use the facilities to reach out to both our alumni and to the wider Grand Rapids community. Maintenance was a greater task this year than in the past, as the New Mexico observatory required the replacement of a computer and the realignment of mirrors that had not been properly secured at installation. This required a trip to NM in January. Fortunately, all classroom requirements for observations with the telescope were completed in between these two system failures. I continued reporting asteroid discoveries to the Minor Planet Center, and following up on previous discoveries. A total of 29 new asteroids were discovered by students in classes, 5 more by students in summer research, and 24 by myself during recovery observations. Also, 21 previously discovered asteroids received permanent designations as a consequence of followup observations.
Navarro, Joel - Music  (27 Items) 
  Drama/musical performance. Better World Capella Concert. Basilica of St. Adalbert, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/18/2010
  Drama/musical performance. Calvin-Cornerstone Choirs in Concert Calvin-Cornerstone Choirs in Concert. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/26/2010
  Drama/musical performance. Capella Spring Concert Capella Concert. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/18/2010
  Drama/musical performance. Joiint Concert with Campus Choir and Cornerstone University Choirs . Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/26/2010
  Drama/musical performance. Poetry Spoken and Sung Festival of Faith and Writing. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/16/2010
  Drama/musical performance. I Will Sing Forever of Your Love O Lord Calvin Chapel talk. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/10/2009
  Invited lecture. Global Hymns Calvin Symposium on Worship. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/28-30/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. Singing Together - with Christians from East and West, North and South, Young and Old, All Together Calvin Symposium on Worship. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/28-30/2010
  Drama/musical performance. Morning and Evening Prayers Uniting General Council of the World Communion of Reformed Churches. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/18-27/2010
  Drama/musical performance. Opening Service, Morning Services, Evening Services, Closing Service Uniting General Council of the World Communion of Reformed Churches. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/18-26/2010
  Drama/musical performance. Capella Spring Break Tour to Florida, Georgia, and Indiana. Florida, Georgia, and Indiana, Palm Beach, Florida. 03/19-28/2010
  Festival conductor. IASAS Choir Performance Interscholastic Association of Southeast Asian Schools, Music and Art Convention. , Manila, Philippines. 03/03-06/2010
  Drama/musical performance. A Better World A Better World. Basilica of St. Adalbert, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/22/2009
  Drama/musical performance. Capella Fall Concert Capella Concert. Basilica of St. Adalbert, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/22/2009
  Drama/musical performance. Concert of Boston Camerata. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/30/2009
  Drama/musical performance. Fall Music Festival. Grand Rapids Christian High School, Center for Arts and Worship, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/23-24/2009
  Talk contributed at a conference. Asian Choral Music American Choral Directors Association-Michigan State Conference. Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan. 10/31/2009
  Drama/musical performance. Fall Music Festival Fall Music Festival. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/23-24/2009
  Talk contributed at a conference. Filipino Hymns in the Diaspora Asian-American Hymns in the Diaspora. Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois. 10/24/2009
  Invited lecture. Worship Music in the Philippines and in the Filipino Diaspora, 1960 to the Present Asian Music Conference. Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois. 10/24/2009
  Drama/musical performance. Duo Concert: Philippine Madrigal Singers and the Calvin College Capella . Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/30/2009
  Professional Svcs. Designed and developed 14 liturgies with an international group of musicians, theologians, and worship leaders for the recently concluded Uniting General council of the World Communion of Reformed Churches from 17-28 June 2010.
  Professional Svcs. Worked on editorial board of the CRC-RCA hymnal committee in reviewing 500 new hymn entries.
  Professional Svcs. I serve on the Editorial Board of the Bi-Denominational (CRC-RCA) Hymnal that has been meeting once a semester to review, discuss, and choose hymns for the next hymnal in 2013. This has been ongoing since 2007.
  Development & Service. As a delegate, I attended the State Convention of the American Choral Directors Association (Michigan Chapter) held at Central Michigan University last October 31, 2009.
  Development & Service. As a member of the Multicultural Affairs Committee, I assisted in the development, implementation, and review of the college-wide multicultural climate survey.
  Public Service. Attended the 2-day editorial meetings reviewing 300 hymns for potential inclusion in the bi-denominational hymnal of the CRC-RCA. Held last Feb. 8-9, 2010 at the Calvin College Meeter Center Lecture Hall.
Noe, David - Classical Languages  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. I served as faculty mentor this year for a few different students, namely Jeremy Jerschina, Kenneth Harrell and Quinn Harr. I lead an extra-curricular reading group both last summer (09) and periodically this summer (10) in Greek and Latin which was attended by 2-4 students. I served as advisor to the Calvin Chess Club this past year and attended many of their meetings. I also served as advisor to the Calvin Rugby Union. I attended in August 09 the Faculty Convocation faculty development events (does that count?) In terms of FEN-related faculty development I continue to read in the areas of race and economics and seek to engage students on these issues. In terms of interdisciplinary efforts, with Umit Dhuga's leadership I participated in a sectional with Joel Westra (Poli. Sci.) and Calvin Seminary student Byun-hoo Kim in the summer conference at the Prince Center. This led to much good, interdisciplinary conversation. I also participated in the Byker Chair reading group convened by Janel Curry, although we did not have many meetings.
Ntarangwi, Mwenda - Administration  (4 Items) 
  Book authored. East African Hip Hop: Youth Culture and Globalization. Urbana, Il: University of Illinois PRess. Peer reviewed.
  Session chair/panelist. "Strengthening What Remains: Nurturing Peace in Post-War Environments" Human Needs and Global Resources (HNGR) Symposium, 5th Annual. Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois. 02/26/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. "East African Christianity and Modernity in Tough Socio-Economic Contexts" Conference on the Social Impact of Christianity in Africa. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 07/13-15/2009
  Development & Service. Planned and organized, in collaboration with the Office of the Dean of Multicultural Affairs, events for Black History Month (Feb 3-24, 2010) which included: 1. Screening the documentary "Up from the Bottoms" about African American migration from the South to Muskegon, MI 2. Collaborating with Larry Molnar (Physics and Astronomy) and Eric Washington (History) in the public event honoring the naming of an asteroid after Benjamin Banneker 3. Collaborating with Mark Muyskens (Chemistry) in screening the documentary "The Forgotten Genius" about African American scientist Percy julian 4. Collaborating with Linda Naranjo-Huebl (English) in celebrating Black culture through food music and poetry with students from ENGL 283 reading/performing various poems related to African americans Collaborated with gail Heffner (Office of Community Engagement) in screening a film titled "Water First" during the 2010 Critical Issues Forum held at Calvin College, Feb 3-4, 2010 Worked with Susan Felch (English and CCCS) in planning, scheduling and implementing a Kuiper Seminar Reunion workshop for 2008 faculty participants at the Prince Conference Center, March 5-6, 2010 Organized and hosted a public lecture by Dr. Paul Mavima (Government of Zimbabwe) titled "Zimbabwe: From Democracy to Dictatorship" and a dinner in honor of AADS seniors, April 29, 2020.
Obenchain, Diane - Religion  (5 Items) 
  Invited lecture. General Title of section B: Christian faith in a multi-religious world: Reformed Perspectives; specific title for my presentation: Jesus Christ as Salt, Light, and Yeast for Reform Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity Conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/15-17/2010
  Keynote or plenary address. On Neo-Confucianism with Christianity China Pulse Conference. Living Word Center, Berkeley, California. 03/06/2010
  Keynote or plenary address. "Is Confucianism Reviving in China? Christian Responses," China Pulse Public Presentation. First Presbyterian Church, Berkeley, California. 03/06/2010
  Guest Lecture Series. Christ and the Chinese Mind-Heart W. Don McClure Lectures. Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 09/28/2009
  Curriculum. Three new courses: 1. I helped develop and team-teach with Prof. John Bolt at new Calvin Seminary course entitled "Christian Engagement with World Religions". This new course was taught in the Spring of 2010 by John Bolt, John Cooper, and Diane Obenchain. I taught this course as a fourth course and overload. 2. I developed and taught a new seminary course entitled "Lvoing Your Muslim Neighbor". This course was signficantly and substantially different from the undergradate Calvin College that I teach, entitled "Islam". This new course was taught in the Spring of 2010. 3. I developed, along with Martha Chan, Director, of the China Academic Consortium (CAC), Reve. Dr. Russel G. Moy, Cahirman of the board for the Institute for the Study of Asian American Christianity (ISAAC), a course entitled "Chinse World View Today", which was to be taught at People's University, Beijing, China in June 2010. The course carried 3 units of credit in the M. Div. program of Denver Semianry as well as 3 units of credit at Azusa Pacific University. The course did not take place due to under-enrollment during this difficult financial times. Note here that I developed THREE new courses during the academic year 2009-2010. I taught TWO of these new courses in the Spring of 2010.
Patterson, Amy - Political Science  (8 Items) 
Talk contributed at a conference. "Churches and AIDS Advocacy" Conference on the Social Impact of Christianity in Africa. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 08/14/2009
Award/honor. Calvin Advising and Mentoring Award, Calvin College
Federal grant. Fulbright Scholar Award to Zambia, Fulbright Program
Internal grant. Grant for student researcher, Paul Henry Institute
Internal grant. Major grant for "AIDS, Social Activism, and Religion in Africa", CCCS
Internal grant. The Church, Politics, and AIDS in Africa, Academic Year CRF
Internal grant. The Church, Politics, and AIDS in Africa, Interim leave
Student Learning. I worked closely with student researcher (funded by Paul Henry Institute). Student completed final research on church responses to AIDS in select Africa countries for my book manuscript. Student also worked to organize logistics for CCCS-sponsored conference in Uganda. Students did final proofreading and editing for journal submission in spring and book manuscript in February 2010. Advised Model UN program (17 students) throughout fall 2009. Helped students prepare research, practice public speaking, negotiate, write position papers in 2 hour/week meetings. Attended 4 day conference with students in Chicago; students won 3 awards at conference. Research included FEN-related topics (human rights; race, gender, ethnicity; globalization, etc.) Supervised internship for student working with LaGrand State Senate campaign during spring 2010. Supervision included reading weekly journals, periodic meetings, and interaction with intern supervisor.
Roberts, F. Corey - Germanic & Asian Languages & Literatures  (3 Items) 
  Curriculum. Development of curricular materials for German 381, "Special Topics: 'Aus eigener Erfahrung: Narratives of Experience,'" a new course in the German curriculum taught for the first time in spring 2011. Efforts were made to include minority voices in contemporary and historical German society.
  Student Learning. Preparation of all necessary documentation to secure work visas for summer 2010 internships in Germany for 4 engineering students, including correspondence with employers. Advising and assistance in understanding contract details, housing options, and what to expect in cross-cultural situations.
  Student Learning. Leader of Interim in Germany for 14 students, all of whom completed CCE requirements.
Roels, Shirley - Administration  (1 Item)  
  Book chapter. Business and Religion: A Global Crossing in Public Theology for a Global Society, D. Hainsworth and S. Paeth, eds., Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2009. Peer reviewed.
Rooks, Jim - Education  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Participated in the Multicultural Transformation Workshop for Faculty at Calvin College Feb. 10 & 11, 2010.
  Development & Service. Participated in the Faculty Development Workshop. "Race, Class and Culture," led by Dr. Denise Isom.
Sandberg, Stephanie - Communication Arts & Sciences  (1 Item)  
  Drama/musical performance. Backborn Calvin Theatre Company and the Festival of Faith and Writing. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/15/2010
Sawyer, Charsie - Music  (3 Items) 
  Book edited or translated. "The Rhythm of Gospel," Zondervan's Children Book Division, 2009
  Clinician. Choral Clinician 2 Workshops with Byron Center High School Choir Director and Choral Department resulting in a collaboration concert with Calvin College Gospel Choir. Van Singel Auditorium, Byron Center, Michigan. 05/10/2011
  Development & Service. Racial Sobriety Workshop, Calvin College, May 24, 2010
Shangkuan, Pearl - Music  (3 Items) 
  music edited and published. Edited "Roshinkes" (both SA and SATB) and "Bubuy Bulan" for Mosaic series of earthsongs publications. Edited several choral anthems for Calvin series with GIA Publications. Peer reviewed.
  Professional Svcs. Vice- President, American Choral Directors Association Central Division Editor, Calvin Institute of Christian Worship choral series with GIA Publications Editor, Mosaic: the Pearl Shangkuan Choral Series, earthsongs publications Panelist on the Dale Warland Commission Award committee of Chorus America
  Student Learning. Discussion follows each performance experience Each rehearsal includes ntentional questions and feedback on choral techniques, artistry and pedagogy Masterclasses for conducting students with choirs outside of class time Significant portion of literature/repertoire chosen in the spirit of FEN
Slager, Dianne - Nursing  (3 Items) 
Poster presentation. Increasing Diversity in Nursing Education Sigma Theta Tau-Kappa-Epsilon-At-Large-Chapter Spring Research Seminar. , Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/01/2010
Professional Svcs. Work occurs primarily @ Nottawaseppi Huron band of the Potawatomi health Center and secondarily @ Health Intervention Services, both serving un and under insured minority clients.
Student Learning. Faculty student collaboration (see research presetnations above) CPBR-see research projects above Outside of class-mentored incoming freshman through mentoring program FEN-met with non-majority nursing students regularly for food and fellowship outside of class
Slagter, Cynthia - Spanish  (2 Items) 
  Magazine article. "Recontextualizing Autobiographical Video." The Language Educator 5.2 (2010) 58-60. Peer reviewed.
  Other online document. Study Guide to accompany Learning from the Stranger
Smith, David - Education  (5 Items) 
  Church group presentation. Learning from the Stranger Church service. Faith Christian Reformed Church, Holland, Michigan. 07/25/2010
  Invited lecture. Learning from the Stranger: Christians and Other Cultures Regent College Public Lecture. Regent College, Vancouver, British Columbia. 06/28/2010
  Invited lecture. Learning from the Stranger Rekindling Christian Imagination, ICS Worldview Lecture Series. Calvin College; King's Christian Collegiate, Toronto; Redeemer Christian High School, Ottawa, Nepean, Ontario. 09/26, 10/03, 11/07/2009
  Invited lecture. The Garden of Delight Rekindling Christian Imagination, ICS Worldview Lecture Series. Calvin College; King's Christian Collegiate, Toronto; Redeemer Christian High School, Ottawa, Toronto, Ontario. 09/26, 10/03, 11/07/2009
  Professional Svcs. Editor, Journal of Christianity and Foreign Languages
Stansbury, Jason - Business  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Created and delivered BUS 362 ("Ethics in Business").
Terpstra, Marjorie - Education  (3 Items) 
  Curriculum. Required EDUC 302 students to bring laptops to class (arranged for AV to provide for those who do not have their own) and used them often in class. Required videotaping, reflection, and sharing of placement classroom teaching in EDUC 302-303. In EDUC 102 revised the lesson on Difference and Diversity to include checklist of privilege, based on Peggy McIntosh's "Invisible Knapsack".
  Development & Service. Department Committees o Social o Undergraduate Program Development and Assessment Reading Groups o Faith Formation- year long book club o Vice of Curiosity- Kuyers Institute Kuiper Seminar- Interim Fall Conference for Faculty and Staff- racism New Faculty Dinners Conferences & Sessions o Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity o WMPCC Conference on Diversity o Festival of Faith & Writing- Parker Palmer session o Chris Smith- Souls in Transition Technology Training o Eno Board o Wimba Room
  Development & Service. Graduate Workshop on Race, Class and Gender- Calvin College, August 2-6, 2010
Thompson, Thomas - Religion  (4 Items) 
  Book authored. An Introduction to Christian Theology [co-authored with Richard J. Plantinga and Matthew D. Lundberg] (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, April 2010) Peer reviewed.
  External grant (not govt). CICW Summer Stipend (2011),
  Public Service. Coached football for the 7th and 8th graders, August (2010) through October, and coached basketball for the 7th graders, November through March (2011), at St. Stephen School--the most integrated and multi-cultural of the Catholic K-8 schools in Grand Rapids.
  Public Service. I head-coached both football and basketball for the sixth-graders at St. Stephen School--the most integrated and multicultural of the Catholic K-8 schools in Grand Rapids.
Urban, David - English  (1 Item)  
  Journal article. "Tolstoy's Influence in Fugard's 'MASTER HAROLD' . . . and the boys: Sam's Pacifist Christian Perseverance and 'a Case of Illness.'" Renascence 62.4 (summer 2010): 311-26. Peer reviewed.
Van Dragt, Randy - Biology  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. In my Biology 111 class I developed a unit to teach genetics through an analysis of oft-asserted genetic determinism of race. Racial determinism rests on the assumption that complex traits of individuals are concordant with simpler, easily detectable traits, like skin color. To challenge this position requires teasing apart the biological, historical and social contributors to racial definition. The goal of this section of the course is to allow students to discover that the supposed hard, genetic boundaries of race so often a part of our civil discourse in the past are in fact most poorly defined and that the concept of race as it has arisen in the US is much more an environmental and social construct.
van Liere, Frans - History  (3 Items) 
  Book chapter. "Andrew of Saint Victor and his Franciscan Critics," in The Multiple Senses of Scripture. Ineke Van't Spijker, ed. Commentaria: Interpretations of Sacred Texts in Medieval Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, 2 (Leiden: Brill, 2009), 291-309. Peer reviewed.
  Book authored. Andrew of Saint Victor, Commentary on Samuel and Kings, trans. and introd. by Frans van Liere. Corpus Christianorum in Translation 3 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009). Peer reviewed.
  Talk contributed at a conference. Messiah, Christ, or .. Helimenus? International Congress of Medieval Studies. Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan. 05/13/2010
Van't Hof, Ellen - Kinesiology  (10 Items) 
  Journal article. Voices of the Alaskan Alutiiq Cultural Reawakening, Journal of Physical Education,Recreation & Dance (JOPERD), pp 15-20. August 2009. Peer reviewed.
  Choreography. Dance Guild Fall, Spring, and Rangeela dance/performance shows. Grand Rapids Christian High School, Center for Arts and Worship, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
  Talk contributed at a conference. Film Presentation: Finding their own Dance: Reawakening the Alaskan Alutiiq Arts Alaska Native Heritage Center Film Festival. Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage, Alaska. 02/06/2010
  Documentary Film Presentation. Finding their own Dance: Reawakening the Alaskan Alutiiq Arts Opening of Alutiiq Mask Museum exhibit. Chateau Musee', Boulogne-sur-Mer, Finland. 07/01/2009
  Presentation to Media Panel. "Finding their own Dance: Reawakening the Alaskan Alutiiq Arts," . National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC. 10/23/2009
  Award/honor. National Dance Association Plaudit Award for Excellence in Scholarship, National Dance Association
  Award/honor. Native Spirit Award, Southern Winds Film Festival in Shawnee, OK
  Award/honor. Official Juried Selection for 4 film festivals, Southern Winds Film Festival, Big Bear Lake Film Festival, 540 Film Festival, American Indian Film Festival
  Curriculum. Design of new PER 150 course (1 s.h.) Educational Dance, created to fulfill Elementary Education student Michigan certification standards in the arts, to be first offered fall 2010. Design of new required PE 242 course (2 s.h.) Dance in Physical Education, to be implemented fall 2011. FEN: Course Development: PE 310 Dance in World Cultures course development to include student engagement with Alaska Native dance project and other cultural expressions, fall 2009 Service Learning: Student/classroom teacher collaboration, lesson design and presentation at Ada Christian Elementary School, interim - January, 2010
  Development & Service. Calvin Center for Social Research governing board Lilly Foundation Convention planning committee Covenant Fine Arts Center Celebration Planning Committee - National Endowment for the Arts grant-writing & implementation of grant Elementary Arts Education accreditation task force HPERDS Department: Social committee: through August 2009. Student scholarship committee chair, 2009-2010 Task Force to redesign the PE Teacher Education program:
VanAntwerp, Jennifer - Engineering  (1 Item)  
  Internal grant. Career Pathways of Degreed Engineers, Academic Year CRF
VanAntwerp, Jeremy - Engineering  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Mentored new FEN faculty by team-teaching a course. Attended faculty development workshop as part of this activity.
Vanden Bosch, James - English  (1 Item)  
  Magazine article. Perspectives 25:5 (May 2010): 15-18.
Vander Lei, Elizabeth - English  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Malcolm Xs Rhetoric of the Clenched Fist: Reason and Religion in the Service of Social Justice" College Composition and Communication. Kentucky International Convention Center, Louisville, Kentucky. 03/19/2010
VanReeuwyk, Jo-Ann - Art & Art History  (3 Items) 
  Art or photograph. Sabbatical Exhibition: SANCTUARY Jan 2010 inhand2: 3 person exhibition solo exhibition: Forest Hills Fine Arts Center group exhibition: CHARIS travelling ARTPRIZE group exhibition group exhibition Kentucky CONSPIRING WITH NATURE group exhibition Dordt College RE:FORM
  art exhibition. Charis Group exhibition. Philadelphia Biblical University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 08/28/2010
  Curriculum. Service learning hours are required for all courses. New EDUC 210 developed, to be implemented with new changes in Elementary EDUC program Added assessments for the Dept of Art and Art History - Architecture assessments added Continued FEN related adjustments in art education courses
Verwys, Susan - Education  (5 Items) 
  Dissertation. Verwys, S. (2009). Navigating dialect: How three first grade Euro American teachers facilitated Mainstream English learning with African American English Speakers.
  Curriculum. New standards for early childhood preparation programs have required revision of our early childhood program I have been working on a revision of the Early Childhood minor at Calvin; I was granted a course release for Interim, 2010, to work on this project. The Education Department's Undergraduate Professional Development and Assessment committee, The Education Department, and the Teacher Education Committee have worked with me to develop a proposal for an Early Childhood Major. The major entails a considerable revision of EDUC 339 and the addition of three new courses in order to meet the state standards. Fortunately, these changes can be made with minimal change in resource allocation in the Education Department and the college. The proposal will go to EPC in September, 2010. New programs must be submitted to the State of Michigan November 1, 2010. This year, revising the proposal and preparing an application for the State of Michigan have consumed the time I would otherwise use for writing and submitting publications
  Curriculum. As part of the leadership team for EDUC 345 (the student teaching semester), my colleagues and I are involved in three significant ventures: 1) We are investigating the co-teaching model for student and cooperating teachers - a model increasingly being adopted in elementary schools 2) We are bringing cooperating teachers onto campus to serve in an advising capacity 3) We are working jointly with our elementary supervisors, our secondary supervisors and our advising teachers to develop a new assessment tool for student teachers 4) We continue to assess how to facilitate growth of students and ourselves in meeting the needs of diverse learners
  Development & Service. 1) I participated in a reading group led by Michelle Lloyd-Page on Racism and God-Talk. 2) I attended a conference on early childhood special education, one on early childhood development, and one on African American children in school. 3) I participated in a faculty development event at Calvin on multicultural education as well as a conference on African American children in school 4) I am the advisor for the Early Childhood Program in the Education Program and am on the EDUC 345 leadership team. 5) I advise students in the Education Program 6) I serve on the Undergraduate Professional Development and Assessment Committee and chair the Facilities Committee in the Education Department. I serve on the Teacher Education Committee as well as two of its subcommittees: The Elementary Program Committee and the Student Support Committee. I also served on an Appeals Committee in the Teacher Education Program in the fall of 2009.
  Public Service. 1) I am on the Board for Michigan Family Resources, the grantee in Kent County for the Head Start program 2) I serve on the Education Team at Shawnee Park CRC 3) I teach Children's Worship at Shawnee Park
Vos-Camy, Jolene - French  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Racial Sobriety Workshop, May 24, 2010.
Walton, Julie - Kinesiology  (2 Items) 
  Art or photograph. Margaret McWilliams, Food Around the World: A Cultural Perspective, 3rd edition. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. 2011.
  Public Service. Taught 10-week Sunday School course on Sacred Meals as direct result of my Nutrition pedagogy research. Christ Churce PCA. Oct-Dec 2009. Taught a 2-week Sunday School class on Nutrition. Caledonia CRC (First?) on M-37. January 2010. Served as conference planning committee chair for Christian Society of Kinesiology and Leisure Studies conference at Calvin College. July 2009-June 2010. Food Pantry co-Director, Christ Church PCA (since 2007) Diaconate Leadership Training, Christ Churc PCA Fall 2009 (completion of 1 year training which began January 2009). Monthly service on second Saturdays at Degage Ministries (fall 2009) Secretary, Congregational Summer Assembly 2003-present
Washington, Eric - History  (4 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. From Geneva to Plantation: Calvinist Roots of African American Baptists Calvinism for the 21st Century. Dordt College, Sioux Center, Iowa. 04/08-10/2010
  Invited lecture. A Celebration of Benjamin Banneker Presentation of the naming of a star by Prof. Larry Molnar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/17/2010
  You were interviewed. Black Spirituals Calvin Chapel talk. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/01/2010
  Professional Svcs. I consulted on a work on the Church of Christ Holiness USA that will be published by Eerdmans.
Westra, Joel - Political Science  (3 Items) 
  Session chair/panelist. War and Peace: Obama's America and the Muslim World Hauenstein Center Roundtable Discussion. Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/04/2010
  Public Service. Educational Advisory Board - World Affairs Council of Western Michigan
  Public Service. Housing Committee, Eastown Community Association
Wilstermann, Amy - Biology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended two Multicultural Curriculum Transformation workshops: March 10-11, June 7-10
Winkle, Jeff - Classical Languages  (4 Items) 
  Student Learning. My Summer Session II course (Classical Mythology) was one of the eight courses offered to the students of the Entrada Program. This was the third year I taught this as an Entrada course.
  Development & Service. Musician/Worship Leader at the mass worship service for the International Worship Symposium on June 23rd,2010.
  Public Service. For the last two years I have been a musician/worship leader/music arranger for the gospel choir at Madison Square Christian Reformed Church. Both band and choir are made of members from various ethnic, class, and educational backgrounds.
  Public Service. My wife (who teaches English at The Potter's House High School) and I are very involved in extra-curricularly helping/supporting the students at The Potter's House from offering our house as a site for a girls bible study, having students over for dinner, performing in the high school talent show, aiding in tuition payments for needy students, and covering costs for students who successfully apply to the Entrada program.
Witte, John - Student Life  (1 Item)  
  Church group presentation. "Race: The Power of an Illusion," video series Three-part class for Midweek church program, where I presented each video and led discussion times afterward.. First Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Wolpa, Adam - Art & Art History  (4 Items) 
  Book edited or translated. Exquisite History Volume Two: The New World, The Printmakers Left, University of Virginia 2009
  Art Exhibition. Graphica Creativa '09 Print Triennial, 12th Annual Conference. Galleria Harmonia, Jyvaskyla Center for Printmaking, Jyvaskyla, Finland. 2009-2010
  Curriculum. Multicultural Curriculum Transformation and Research Colloquium June 7-10, 2010
  Development & Service. department reading group Rawlinson, Mark, American Visual Culture, berg, New york 2009
Wolters-Fredlund, Benita - Music  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Playing the Part: Dehumanizing Music in Concentration Camps," in panel session, "Music in Jewish Life During and After the Third Reich" American Musicological Society Annual Meeting. Sheraton, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 04/11/2010
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  Professional Svcs. I continue to serve as co-editor of the Journal of Christianity and Foreign Languages. I have been assistant editor since 2003 and have recently assumed a more substantial role.
  Professional Svcs. I have been assistant and co-editor of the Journal of Christianity and Foreign Languages since 2001, and in that capacity I send all articles related to my disciplinary expertise (anything in Spanish or related to Spanish or Latin American language, literature, culture, or pedagogy) to readers. I then compile the reader comments and serve myself as a third reader, making recommendations and decisions in conjunction with the principal editor. I also proofread and offer editorial suggestions on the editor's introduction to each volume.

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