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Aay, Henk - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies  (4 Items) 
Session panelist. American Memory and Forgetting National American Study Conference. Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands. 04/01/2011
Interviewed. Dutch Documentaries shown in the USA, 1942-1973 live radio interviews on Dutch national and provincial (Zeeland) radio networks . , Middelburg, Netherlands. 04/19/2011
Invited lecture. Human Historical Modifications of Dutch River Systems Meijer Chair Lecture. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/16/2010
Invited lecture. Cultural Diplomacy via Film: Dutch Documentary Films Shown in the USA, 1942-1974 see notes below. Middelburg, Vlissingen, Groningen, the Netherlands; Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland. 03/16/2011; 04/18/2011; 05/12/2011; 05/26/2011; 06/07/2011
Abadeer, Adel - Economics  (8 Items) 
  Published interview. "Calvin College Professor: 'There Is Not Much Clarity' on the Future of Egypt" http://www.mlive.com/news/grand-rapids/index.ssf/2011/02/calvin_college_professor_there.html
  Invited lecture. Egypt at a Crossroads: Reflections on the Past, Present, and future Multicultural Student Advisory Board (MSAB). Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/21/2011
  Invited lecture. An Islamic perspective on Jews & Judaism Church Adult Education Class. Cascade Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/05/2010
  Invited lecture. An Islamic perspective on Women Church Adult Education Class. Cascade Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/12/2010
  Session panelist. Egypt and the January 25th Revolution Amnesty International and the Middle East Club. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/17/2011
  Invited lecture. An Introduction to Islam Church Adult Education Class. Cascade Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/14/2010
  Invited lecture. The Multifacted Dimensions of Muslims and Islam Church Adult Education Class. Cascade Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/21/2010
  Public Service. Presented a lecture, "Understanding Islam: Religion, Culture, and State." Hosted by the Carpenter's House Outreach Church, Hudsonville, MI.
Adams, Joel - Computer Science  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. "CS Fulbrights Abroad: Mauritius and Iceland," Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 42nd. Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Dallas, Texas. 03/11/2011
Admiraal, Kristen - Social Work  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended the Conference on Christianity, Culture, and Diversity in America; November 5-6, 2010
Anderson, Carolyn - Chemistry & Biochemistry  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. I was a participant in the CCCS reading group "Exploring the Impact of Faith on Educational Aspirations for Under-represented Students in Higher Education: A 2010-2011 Working Group" lead by Dr. Rhae-Ann Booker.
Arnoys, Eric - Chemistry & Biochemistry  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. Justice Mason, an African American high school student from City High, worked with me on a research project for 8 weeks this summer through our Project SEED program. This was his first summer in my lab.
Ayoola, Adejoke - Nursing  (3 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. Preconception Monitoring of Women's Ovulation Time and Other Menstrual Changes: A Pilot Study Sigma Theta Tau International's 22nd International Nursing Research Congress. The Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort, Cancun, Mexico. 07/11/2011
  Professional Svcs. Reviewed an article for the Bulletin of the World Health Organization.
  Development & Service. I presented on April 18 2011 as one of the panelist for the Teaching Fellows Panel: "International Faculty Issues in the Classroom." The goal of the discussion is for Calvin faculty at large to better understand the issues that international faculty members experience in the classroom, and for international faculty to learn from and support each other.
Baez, Richard - Broene Counseling Center  (3 Items) 
  Development & Service. Working With Resistance for White/Colored Students in Talking About Diversity – APA Convention
  Development & Service. Learning from Strangers, David Smith
  Development & Service. Member of Multicultural Advisory Committee from 2011 to present
Bascom, Johnathan - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies  (1 Item)  
  Department Seminar. Geographic Illiteracy, Empathic Knowledge, & Narcissistic Study Abroad Geology, Geography and Environmental Studies Department seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/01/2011
Benson, David - Chemistry & Biochemistry  (3 Items) 
  Development & Service. Facilitated scientific and reporting aspects of renovating the Integrated Science Research Experimental Laboratory (ISRx) in the basement of the Science Building. This involved weekly meetings with Physical Plant personnel and managing compliance document reporting to the National Science Foundation. This lab will perpetuate the Project SEED program to bring in high school students who are underrepresented minorities in the sciences.
  Development & Service. Applied for and participated in Project SEED 2011, a high school research opportunity program for underrepresented minorities in the sciences.
  Public Service. Mentored Matthew Igo (Hudsonville High School) in Project SEED 2011.
Bierling, Marilyn - Spanish  (10 Items) 
  Video recording (e.g. film or DVD). "Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church." Interviews by Marilyn Bierling and Elena Brubaker, Feb.-July 2011. Heritage Hall, Hekman Library, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. http://www.calvin.edu/news/archive/researching-the-crc-s-work-with-cuban-refugees
  Talk contributed at a conference. "The Cuban Immigrant Experience in the U.S. Church," North American Christian Foreign Language Association (NACFLA) conference . Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas. 04/08/2011
  Church group presentation. Traditional Religion in the Yucatan Peninsula Church Adult Education Class. Ada Christian Reformed Church, Ada, Michigan. 09/12/2010
  Internal grant. Faculty grant from Calvin Alumni Association Board, Alumni
  Internal grant. mentor for McGregor Fellow, McGregor
  Internal grant. Kuyers Grant, Kuyers Grant for
  Student Learning. Promotion of student service learning in Spanish 201.
  Development & Service. Participated in year-long reading group on International Development.
  Public Service. Organized, provided orientation, and led mission trip for Ada CRC members to Xoy, Yucatan.
  Public Service. Interpreter at monthly clinics for JFON (Justice for Our Neighbors),a faith-based organization in Grand Rapids that provides an immigration lawyer free of charge to low-income persons.
Bolt, Brian - Kinesiology  (3 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. Dancing with the Stars: Ballroom dance teaching in a diverse high school setting American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (AAHPERD) National Convention. University Place Convention Center and Hotel, Indianapolis, Indiana. 03/12/2010
  Professional Svcs. Founding and current board of trustees member for the First Tee of West Michigan, an national organization with local chapters designed to teach provide opportunities for learning the game of golf and character development through golf for underprivileged, primarily urban children.
  Professional Svcs. Designed and implemented 4 week teaching experience for Calvin of a new curriculum in local public schools (Ottawa Hills High School, Ridge Park Charter). Included preparation for working with diverse populations and study of local schools. Involved 10 Calvin students and approximately 100 public school students.
Bossenbroek, Debra - Nursing  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Participated in a Cultural Intelligence workshop.
Bouma, Bud - Biology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Biology Department Colloquium discussion: "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks," by Rebecca Skloot, April 8, 2011.
Bratt, Ken - Classical Languages  (3 Items) 
Curriculum. Developed and taught two new courses for the Semester in Britain: STBR 312 (British Culture, with CCE credit) and STBR 371 (The Roman Legacy in Britain), including 14 field trips for a class of 27.
Student Learning. Collaboration with 27 students in cross-cultural engagement activities in York, England, as well as 14 excursions in England, Scotland, and Wales.
Public Service. Fuller Ave. CRC worship committee chair, ministry support team, choir member, active in neighborhood programming & Streetfest at Fuller.
Brink, John - Psychology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Teaching Fellows - Panel: International Faculty Issues in the Classroom. The goal of the discussion is for Calvin faculty at large to better understand the issues that international faculty members experience in the classroom, and for international faculty to learn from and support each other.
Bruxvoort, Crystal - Chemistry & Biochemistry  (2 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Served as a science fair judge (6th grade) at Martin Luther King School, Grand Rapids, MI. Invited by: Jill Welsh
  Development & Service. Attended a FEN-related workshop titled, Anti-Racism 101: Understanding and responding to Racism. Facilitator: Michelle Loyd-Page
Buteyn, Mary - Germanic & Asian Languages & Literatures  (3 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Assessing Our Goals: Measuring Global Competence," American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Central States Conference. hotel, Indianapolis, Indiana. 03/05/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. "More Than Just a Tour Guide: Transforming Student Trips into Intercultural Learning Experiences," Michigan World Languages Association Conference. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. 10/21/2010
  Curriculum. I developed and then taught the new German 372 course (Outside Voices), which deals with literature and films by and about members of minority cultures within Germany. It is currently being taught by a colleague using the syllabus and materials I developed.
Buursma, Debra - Education  (3 Items) 
  Development & Service. Attended the Multicultural Curriculum Transformation Workshop. Calvin College. March 10-11, 2011
  Development & Service. We met once a month for a full year 2010-2011 as part of a CCCS grant funded project:The Impact of Faith on Educational Aspirations for Under-Represented Students in Higher Education.
  Development & Service. Attended the Play about Structural and Personal Racism: LINES; Securedfunding in order to have Students in my Societal Structures Course attend at a reduced rate.
Bytwerk, Randall - Communication Arts & Sciences  (3 Items) 
  Keynote or plenary address. "The Propaganda of the Holocaust," Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance, 30th Annual. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. 04/02/2011
  Invited lecture. Teaching "Propaganda and the Holocaust," Summer Seminar on Holocaust Education. Transformations Spirituality Center, Kalamazoo, Michigan. 08/11/2011
  Development & Service. Attended production of "Lines: the lived experience of Race," directed by Stephanie Sandberg, at Actors' Theatre.
Cano Villalobos, Mandy - Art & Art History  (11 Items) 
  Exhibition. Nombre . Krasl Art Center, Saint Joseph, Michigan. 04/20/2011
  Exhibition. Voces Open Concept Gallery. 50 Louis St., Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/01/2010
  Exhibition. Reinas art exhibit - faculty. Calvin College, Center Art Gallery, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/18/2011
  Exhibition. (a)wake 89 Ionia. , Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/18/2011
  Exhibition. "Associations," Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (UICA) . , Grand Rapids, Michigan. 05/01/2011
  Exhibition. "N.N.," Site Lab. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 05/01/2011
  Exhibition. "Nombre," Site Lab. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/15/2010
  Internal grant. Major Grant, CCCS
  Internal grant. Undergraduate Research Award, The Henry Institute
  Curriculum. Currently attending Multicultural Transformation Coloquium to implement new teaching strategies and multicultural awareness in the classroom.
  Student Learning. Through grants and studio work, I have collaborated with students and recent alumni on multiple projects. As many of these projects involve historical, societal and human rights issues of Latin America, students have augmented their studio experiences with a knowledge of Latin American culture. Moreover, student collaborators have benefited from working under professional expectations and gaining a broader perspective of the art world that goes beyond the academic realm.
Carpenter, Joel - Administration  (15 Items) 
  Journal article. "Looking for God in Higher Education: Examining Trends in Global Christian Higher Education," Higher Education 61:6 (2011): 721-755. Co-authored with Perry L. Glanzer and Nick Lantinga. Peer reviewed.
  Book review. Review of The World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh 1910. By Brian Stanley. Studies in the History of Christian Missions. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2009. In Church History 80:1 (March 2011): 208-210.
  Session chair. "British Missionary Literature, 1790-1840" American Society of Church History Spring Meeting. Ramada Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/08-09/2011
  Session chair. "Christianity and Migration: Three Global Cases" American Society of Church History Spring Meeting. Ramada Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/08-09/2011
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Religion, Freedom, and Citizenship: New World Bearings." Consultation on Christianity and Citizenship in Africa. , Accra, Ghana. 02/24-26/2011
  Invited lecture. "The R-Factor: Religion in Human Rights and Diplomacy." Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. , Beijing, People's Republic of China. 06/11/2011
  Session chair. "North Americans and Mission Frontiers in the Twentieth Century" Saving the World? The Changing Terrain of American Protestant Missions, 1910 to the Present. Duke University Divinity School, Durham, North Carolina. 03/25/2011
  Session chair. "Christian Missionaries in Colonial Africa: Issues of Peace, Justice, and Equality in British East Africa, French Algeria, and Southern Rhodesia" Faith and History, 2010 Conference. George Fox University, Newberg, Oregon. 10/06-09/2010
  Session panelist. "Christian Missionaries in Colonial Africa: Issues of Peace, Justice, and Equality in British East Africa, French Algeria, and Southern Rhodesia" Faith and History, 2010 Conference. George Fox University, Newberg, Oregon. 10/06/2010
  Invited lecture. "Christian Thinking in an Age of World Christianity." Florence L. Warren Lectures in Religion and Culture . University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa. 10/26/2010
  Invited lecture. "Dubuque Seminary in an Age of World Christianity." Florence L. Warren Lectures in Religion and Culture . University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa. 10/27/2010
  Professional Svcs. Invited consultant, Global Christian Forum, "Major Trends and Changes in World Christianity," January 25-27, 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.
  Professional Svcs. Reviewed book manuscript submitted to the Oxford University Press.
  Professional Svcs. Editorial Advisory Board, Oxford Studies in World Christianity
  Professional Svcs. Board vice-chair, International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education.
Clark, Kelly - Philosophy  (4 Items) 
Invited lecture. Religious Liberty in China Religion and Public Life Lecture. Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. 11/03/2010
Invited lecture. Zhuangzi's Polished Mirror The First International Summit on Laozi and Daoist Culture. , Beijing, People's Republic of China. 01/03/2010
Invited lecture. God, Chance and Purpose Joseph Butler Society Lecture. Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. 10/27/2010
External grant (not govt). "Values & Virtues in Contemporary China",
Clevenger, Sandra - Spanish  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended the Stephanie Sandburg play: Lines
Crow, Robert - Student Development  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. [thespacebetween], National Orientation Director's Association, Region VII conference. University of Michigan-Dearborn, Dearborn, Michigan. 03/04-06/11
Curry, Janel - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies  (3 Items) 
Book chapter. Curry, Janel. "Cross-Boundary Faith: The Universal and the Contextual." Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity: Ideas for the 21st Century, edited by Shirley J. Roels, pp. 47-56, Grand Rapids: The Calvin Press, 2011. Peer reviewed.
Talk contributed at a conference. Globalizing Liberal Education: The View from Hong Kong Global Positioning, Essential Learning, Student Success, and the Currency of U.S. Degrees, Annual meeting of the Association of American Colleges and Universities. Hyatt Regency Hotel, San Francisco, California. 01/28/2011
Poster presentation. The Fulbright Project on Building General Education in Hong Kong Universities Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) meeting on General Education and Assessment. Westin Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 03/04/2011
da Silva, Sergio - Psychology  (6 Items) 
Curriculum. The Cross-Cultural Psychology course was created and implemented for the first time in the Spring, 2011. Students may take this course for Cross-Cultural Engagement credit. Cross-cultural engagement was conducted in collaboration with the refugee departments of Bethany Christian Services.
Development & Service. Civic Reflection Training Workshop offered by the Service-Learning Center.
Development & Service. Attended Paul Moes's presentation on psychology of humor (10/28/2010). Attended Raph Stearley's presentation on evolution of cognition (3/17/2011). Attended Anti-Racism meeting (4/29/2010). Participated in the "Classroom Presence" workshop (5/24-5/26/2011). Participated in the research and scholarship workshop (5/31/2011).
Development & Service. Panelist in the Teaching Fellows panel titled International Faculty Issues in the Classroom
Development & Service. Lead a working group oon teaching and learning cross-culturally
Public Service. In collaboration with Bethany Christian Services, coordinated service with refugees for students in the Cross-Cultural Psychology class in the Spring semester, 2011.
de Vries, Bert - History  (8 Items) 
  Book chapter. "'Be of good cheer! No one on earth is immortal:' Religious Symbolism in Tomb Epitaphs and Architecture at the Umm el-Jimal and Tall Hisban Cemeteries." Chapter 16 in The Madaba Plains Project: Forty Years of Archaeological Research into Jordan's Past, eds. Douglas R. Clark, Larry G. Herr, Oystein S. LaBianca, Randall W. Younker. (Sheffield: Equinox, 2011) Peer reviewed.
  Journal article. Bert de Vries, "Umm el-Jimal 2010: Archaeologists document ruins and people in January 2010," Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 54 (Amman 2010): 203-206
  Book chapter. "On the Way to Bostra: Arab Settlement in South Syria before Islam - the evidence from written sources." Pp. 69-92 in Heureux qui comme Ulysses a fait un beau voyage: Movements of Peoples in Time and Space. Eds. Nefissa Naguib and Bert de Vries. Bergen: BRIC, University of Bergen 2010 Peer reviewed.
  Book edited or translated. Nefissa Naguib and Bert de Vries, eds. Heureux qui comme Ulysses a fait un beau voyage: Movements of Peoples in Time and Space, A Festschrift for Leif Manger. Bergen: BRIC, University of Bergen 2010, 172 pp.
  Book chapter. Archaeology. Pp 104-112 in Encyclopedia of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Vol 1, A-H. Ed. Cheryl A. Rubenberg. Boulder: Lynne Rienner 2010
  Invited lecture. "Archaeology, Exclusion and Conflict in Jerusalem: Silwan and the City of David," Lecture Series on the "Politics of Memory" . Bergen Resource Center for International Development of the Christian Michelson Institute and the University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway. 05/09/2011
  Talk contributed at a conference. On the Way to Bostra: Arab Settlement in South Syria before Islam - the evidence from written sources Leif Manger Festschrift Conference. Centre Franco-Norvegien en Sciences Sociales et Humaines, Paris, France. 10/08/2010
  Organized conference. The Movement of Peoples in Time and Space Conference for Presentation of Festschrift to Leif Manger. Centre Franco-Norvegien en Sciences Sociales et Humaines, Paris, France. 10/07-09/2010
DeHaan, Laura - Psychology  (1 Item)  
  Professional Svcs. Research Mentor, Joke Ayoola, Robert Woods Johnson Foundation
Dhuga, Umit - Classical Languages  (7 Items) 
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "From The Odyssey, Book XXI." 2010. The Greek Poets: Homer to the Present [New Norton Anthology of Greek Poetry]. Edited by Peter Constantine, Rachel Hadas, Edmund Keeley, and Karen Van Dyck. Introduction by Robert Hass. New York and London: W. W. Norton & Company Peer reviewed.
  Book authored. Choral Identity and the Chorus of Elders in Greek Tragedy. Harvard University, Center for Hellenic Studies. Series: Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Lexington: London; Maryland; New York. 16 October 2010. Peer reviewed.
  Book talk and signing. Book talk and signing for Choral Identity and the Chorus of Elders in Greek Tragedy (released in January 2011) Book talk and signing organised by Calvin College Department of Classics. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/03/2011
  Professional Svcs. CAMWS (Classical Association of the Middle West and South) Local Committee Member for 107th Annual Meeting, held in Grand Rapids, co-hosted with GVSU Organisation, coordination, attendance, guidance, stewardship, etc., for the annual meeting (6 April 2011-9 April 2011) of the largest regional Classics association in North America. FEN-related because, of course, many members of CAMWS, including myself, are foreign, compelling us as the Local Committee to be as accommodating and welcoming as we possibly can.
  Curriculum. Formulation of clear and coherent "Learning Outcomes" for Department of Classics, which we hope to foreground (with modification as needed) on syllabi. Based upon model legally required from all departments in the United Kingdom; my model, implementing the British tutorial model in addition to other key Learning Outcomes, was studied and is used specifically at the University of Edinburgh.
  Student Learning. Moral Paradox in Augustine's View of Ruler-Subject Politics. By Griffin P. Jackson (Calvin College). Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS) Presented at highly competitive (limited to 3 students on 1 panel) Undergraduate Student Panel. 1. Product of McGregor Fellowship from summer 2010 (w/ Professor Joel Westra, Political Science). 2. 'Professional' presentation style worked and reworked over intervening months. 3. Abstract submission supervised. 4. FEN-related: application of Augustinian Christian political philosophy toward ruler-subject relations, spanning vast stretches of time and vast stretches of nations. Also involved exploring interfaces of ancient 'paganism' vs. Christianity (from authors writing in Greek and Latin) vis-a-vis contemporary rulers and subjects from/in/without assortments of nationalities and religious affiliations.
  Development & Service. Teaching Passive Learners to Engage: Best and Worst Pedagogical Practices (at Fall Faculty Conference, 2011) Drawing from personal experience, colleagues will lead a discussion about pedagogical engagement. Scores from the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) seem to confirm that Calvin students tend to be passive in their approach to learning. The panel will discuss some techniques that work or don't work in earning students' trust and cooperation in helping them be active learners in the classroom. U. S. Dhuga, Stan Haan (moderator), Paul Harper, David Koetje, Vic Norman
Doornbos, Mary Molewyk- - Nursing  (4 Items) 
  Poster presentation. "Women's Mental Health in Three Ethnically Diverse, Impoverished and Underserved Communities," Sigma Theta Tau International 22nd International Research Congress. Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort, Cancun, Mexico. 07/11/2011
  Department Seminar. "Listening to their Voice: Womens Mental Health in Three Ethnically Diverse, Impoverished and Underserved Communities - Prelimiary Results," Nursing Department seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/07/2011
  Poster presentation. "Listening to their Voice: Womens Mental Health in Three Ethnically Diverse, Impoverished and Underserved Communities" Kappa Epsilon Chapter-at-Large Spring Research Evening. , Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/29/2011
  Poster presentation. "Listening to their Voice: Womens Mental Health in Three Ethnically Diverse, Impoverished and Underserved Communities" Midwest Nursing Research Society. Hyatt Regency, Columbus, Ohio. 03/25/2011
Du Mez, Kristin - History  (2 Items) 
  Interviewed. "Women: The Movement," The Clarice Drew Show, Public Reality Radio (95.3 FM). , Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/02/2011
  Development & Service. Served as liaison to "Teaching and Learning Cross-Culturally" working group, summer 2011.
Dykstra-Pruim, Pennylyn - Germanic & Asian Languages & Literatures  (6 Items) 
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. Cultural Intelligence: An Introduction Inservice Workshop - Grand Rapids Public Library Association. Grand Rapids Public Library, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/19/2011
  Workshop Leader. "Cultural Intelligence: A New Angle for the Next Generation," Multi-ethnic Conference - Synod 2011. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/11/2011
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. Fostering Intercultural Competency Conference on Christianity, Culture an Diversity in America (CCCDA). Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/05/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. Intercultural Learning: Survey Results, Frameworks and Model Materials American Council on Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) conference. Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts. 11/20/2010
  Poetry in Art Exhibit. "i am" and "mother tongue," [thespacebetween] Art Exhibit. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/06/2010
  Development & Service. MCA year-long discussion group: "The Color of Fear" MCA summer book discussion: "The Help"
Eames, Robert - Business  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Training Workshops for International Trainees at YMCA of the Rockies at Snow Mountain Ranch and Estes Park Center. "Dealing With Difficult People"
Fackler, Mark - Communication Arts & Sciences  (1 Item)  
  Book edited or translated. Ethics and Evil in the Public Sphere: Media, Universal Values, and Global Development. Essays in honor of Clifford G. Christians.
Feenstra, Cheryl - Nursing  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. Preconception Monitoring of Women's Ovulation Time and Other Menstrual Changes: A Pilot Study Sigma Theta Tau International 22nd International Research Congress. Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort, Cancun, Mexico. 07/11/2011
  Development & Service. Attended the Faculty Panel presentation on teaching from the perspective of a faculty member who was educated in a country other than the US.
Felch, Susan - English  (7 Items) 
  Book authored. Selected Readings of Bible Stories / 圣经故事选读 [a textbook for teaching advanced English in China]. Co-authored with Xing Ling. Kunming: Yunnan University Press, 2011. Peer reviewed.
  Keynote or plenary address. "Six-Word Stories, Gaps, and the Narratives that Shape Us," North American Christian Foreign Language Association (NACFLA) Conference. Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas. 04/07-09/2011
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. Faculty Development Seminar The Center for Christian Discernment Seminar. Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky. 07/25/2011
  Invited lecture. "Personnel Issues: Faculty Hiring & Faculty Development" Seminar on Academic Leadership in Baptist Universities. Baylor University, Waco, Texas. 05/15/2011
  Professional Svcs. External Reviewer for the English Department of Luther College
  Curriculum. Developed, with William Portier of U of Dayton, a year-long syllabus for Lilly Graduate Fellows Seminar on Composing a Life as a Christian Scholar, Teacher, and Learner.
  Curriculum. "Walking" a new course design and syllabus for English 101
Fetzer, Glenn - French  (7 Items) 
Journal article. "Saint-John Perse memorialiste (1957-1975) ," in La Nouvelle anabase : revue d'etudes persiennes, (6 : decembre 2010), 58-67. Peer reviewed.
Book review. Rev. of Meditations photographiques sur l'idee simple de nudit, and of Les Babouches vertes, by Emmanuel Hocquard, in Nouvelles etudes francophones. 25 :2 (2010) 235-237. Peer reviewed.
Paper published in conference proceedings. "Enonciation et reperage dans la poesie de Lorand Gaspar," in Directions actuelles en linguistique du texte : Actes du colloque international Le Texte: modules, methodes, perspectives, II, Ed. Ligia-Stela Florea, et al, (Cluj-Napoca : Casa Cartii de Stiinta, 2010) 109-119. Peer reviewed.
Paper published in conference proceedings. "Enonciation et reperage dans la poesie de Lorand Gaspar," in Directions actuelles en linguistique du texte : Actes du colloque international Le Texte: modules, methodes, perspectives, II, Ed. Ligia-Stela Florea, et al, (Cluj-Napoca: Casa Cartii de Stiinta, 2010) 109-119. Peer reviewed.
Talk contributed at a conference. "Without Limits: Poetry in the New Millennium," Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. 04/16/2011
Talk contributed at a conference. "Langue et espace dans 'Chronique' de Saint-John Perse," Conseil International d'Etudes Francophones. , Aix-en-Provence, Finland. 06/03/2011
Talk contributed at a conference. "Lorand Gaspar et la parole arborescente" "Word, Image, Culture" 25th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference in the Humanities. University of West Georgia, Carrollton, Georgia. 11/11-13/2010
Fuller, Brian - Communication Arts & Sciences  (5 Items) 
  Film was screened for a public audience. A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School University Film and Video Association. Emerson College, Boston, Massachusetts. 08/05/2011
  Your film was screened to a public audience. "A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School," . Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/11/2011
  Film was screened for a public audience. "A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School" Van Lunen Fellows Alumni Reunion. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 07/24/2011
  Invited lecture. "Making 'The Hope of the Quechua' - a filmmaker discusses community development," Invited lecture to students in the Community Development major. Covenant College, Lookout Mountain, Georgia. 03/21/2011
  Your film was premiered in public performance. "A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School," Film Premiere. Liberty Science Center, Jersey City, New Jersey. 11/05/2010
Goetz, Peggy - Communication Arts & Sciences  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attending the play Lines: The Lived Experience of Race by Stephanie Sandberg
Gunnoe, Marjorie - Psychology  (2 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Journal of Family Psychology - September 2010 Parenting: A Journal of Science & Practice - September, 2010, January, 2011 Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology - March 2011 Journal of Marriage and the Family - February 2011, April 2011 European Journal of Developmental Psychology - April 2011 Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion - May 2011
  Development & Service. April 18 2011, Attended a teaching fellows panel: International Faculty Issues in the Classroom. The goal of the discussion is for Calvin faculty at large to better understand the issues that international faculty members experience in the classroom, and for international faculty to learn from and support each other.
Haarsma, Deborah - Physics & Astronomy  (1 Item)  
Development & Service. Attended session at faculty conference on FEN in the curriculum
Haarsma, Loren - Physics & Astronomy  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended seminar, "Access and Persistence of Minority Students in PhD STEM Programs." Dr. Margaret Mwenda, Faculty of Marketing, Davenport University.
Halteman, Matt - Philosophy  (1 Item)  
  Internal grant. Eating as an Act of Justice Faculty Working Group, CCCS
Haney, Becky - Economics  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended and discussed the "Economics of Happiness" documentary shown at Calvin on Sat. March 5. This event combined issues of culture, economic development, and sustainability in a beautiful way and gave food for thought.
Hardy, Lee - Philosophy  (1 Item)  
  Invited lecture. Equipping the Saints Calvin Chapel talk. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang. 10/08/2010
Heffner, Gail - Administration  (8 Items) 
  Application for the Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement. Heffner, Gail Gunst. 2010. Principal author for successful Calvin application to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching for the Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement (one of only 311 U.S. institutions so recognized). Peer reviewed.
  Conference abstract. Improving Urban Health through Community-Based Research and Engaged Pedagogies with Gail Zandee, Sergio Da Silva, and Dave Warners for the National Outreach Scholarship Conference to be held October, 2011. Peer reviewed.
  Webinar . Community Engagement and Service-Learning at Faith-Based Institutions Kansas Campus Compact webinar (with Claudia Beversluis). Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. 02/16/2011
  Drama/musical performance. Lines: The Lived Experience of Race in Grand Rapids, Community conversation following theatre performance. Actors' Theatre, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/30/2010
  Curriculum. Developed a new May Interim course with Janel Curry on Sustainability in New Zealand
  Development & Service. Attended workshop for Partners for a Racism Free Community
  Development & Service. Participated in the FEN Symposium, March 2011
  Public Service. Served on the Board of Directors for the Healthy Homes Coalition of West Michigan
Helder, Emily - Psychology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. The goal of the discussion is for Calvin faculty at large to better understand the issues that international faculty members experience in the classroom, and for international faculty to learn from and support each other.
Herzberg, Larry - Germanic & Asian Languages & Literatures  (3 Items) 
  Book authored. Basic Patterns of Chinese Grammar: A Student's Guide to Correct Structures and Common Errors (Stone Bridge Press, Berkeley, CA)
  Curriculum. Finished the work on my own textbooks for Chinese 101 and 102 courses, to replace the books I had been using for many years. I began using the 101 textbook this fall semester, with great success.
  Student Learning. Have made arrangements once again this fall to provide summer internships in Japan next summer for four of our more advanced Japanese language students. These students will spend five weeks in Hikone, Japan, where they will practice English conversation with small groups of Japanese people of all ages and assist at the City Hall in English language related work, while doing homestays with Japanese families. This is the 8th year I have arranged for such an internship. Funding for sending our students to Japan all expenses paid is through our Freeman-Asia grant money.
Hoekema, David - Philosophy  (3 Items) 
  Book review. Review of Paul Gifford, Christianity, Politics and Public Life in Ghana (New York: Columbia University Press, 2009), Calvin Theological Journal 46:1 (April 2011), pp. 188-192 Peer reviewed.
  Book chapter. "Faith and Freedom in Post-Colonial African Politics," in Jesus and Ubuntu: Exploring the Social Impact of Christianity in Africa, ed. Mwenda Ntarangwi (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press), pp.26-45. Peer reviewed. www.africaworldpressbooks.com
  Public Service. Published commentary in New York Times "Opinionator" blog in response to Nicholas Kristof column on "Religious Donations Going Awry?": http://community.nytimes.com/comments/kristof.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/11/20/religious-donations-going-awry/?permid=156#comment156
Hoogewerf, Arlene - Biology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Led a departmental colloquium using the book "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks."
Ingraffia, Brian - English  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Developed and taught course on African American literature for Calvin Entrada program
Jadrich, Jim - Physics & Astronomy  (3 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Continued work in Liberia on the development of a Christian teachers' college for Liberia and West Africa.
  Development & Service. Put on and attended the International Faculty Panel at Calvin on teaching and Learning. (Sponsored by the Teaching fellows.)
  Public Service. Hosted seminar at Calvin: Access and Persistence of Minority Students in PhD STEM Programs.
Jen, Calvin - Business  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. met with and attended meetings and events in Nairobi, Kenya with Africa International University, Daystar University, CRWRC, Partners Worldwide, Peter Okaalet/Medical Assistance Program, HIV/AIDs clinics, orthopedic hospital, Kibera slum, Nairobi Chapel
Katerberg, Will - History  (1 Item)  
  Federal grant. "American Frontiers in Global Perspective", NEH
Koetje, Dave - Biology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Biology Department reading and discussion of Rebecca Skloot's best-seller, "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks"
Kok, Cynthia - Broene Counseling Center  (2 Items) 
  Church group presentation. "Belhar Confession," Church Adult Education Class. Church of the Servant Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/16/2011
  Development & Service. Hospitality of the Other, David Smith
Konyndyk, Irene - French  (1 Item)  
Development & Service. - Led a chapel service at Calvin College: "Praising God in French" (Sept. 29, 2010) - Member of Calvin College Teaching Fellows team supporting new faculty as they transition into their teaching lives at Calvin (planning new faculty orientation, and serving as a mentor), as well as providing general faculty development opportunities. - Organized and led a Faculty Development panel discussion (sponsored by Teaching Fellows) on "International Faculty Issues in the Classroom" (April, 2011) - Attended annual Southwest Michigan French and Francophone Studies Roundtable at Western Michigan University (November, 2010).
Kuyvenhoven, Johanna - Education  (1 Item)  
  Book chapter. "Literacy Teaching and Learning in Sierra Leone" in Jesus and Ubuntu: Exploring the Social Impact of Christianity in Africa, ed. Mwenda Ntarangwi (Africa World Press. NJ, 2011) Peer reviewed.
Lee, Won - Religion  (2 Items) 
  Invited lecture. "Imagining alternative prophetic ministry," North-East Conference for PCUSA pastors. , , New Jersey. 04/25-28/2011
  Keynote or plenary address. The Bible and Immigration Church The Bible and the Korean-American Church. , Atlanta, Georgia. 11/18-19/2010
Leugs, David - Communication Arts & Sciences  (1 Item)  
  Drama/musical performance. Lines; The lived Experience of Race Scenic design for play performance. Actors' Theatre, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/20/2010
Louters, Larry - Chemistry & Biochemistry  (2 Items) 
  External grant (not govt). Engaging Minority Youth in the Sciences, Grand Rapids Community Foundation
  External grant (not govt). Engaging Minority Youth in the Sciences, Grand Rapids Community Foundation
Loyd-Paige, Michelle - Administration  (17 Items) 
  Hosted Conference. Provided Opening and closing Remarks. Liberating The Curriculum: Diversity, Pedagogy and Scholarship Across the Disciplines. West Michigan President's Conference. Davenport University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/30/2010
  Student Learning. Mentoring one female student of color
  Student Learning. Mentoring two female students of color
  Development & Service. Attended sectional - 2011 Fall Conference for faculty and Staff "Teaching and Learning Cross-Culturally"
  Development & Service. Participant in year long auto-ethnography resaech group. Seven members of the Multi-Ethnic Leadership Institute worked on a colloaborative auto-ethnography project over the course of the academic year.
  Development & Service. Led sectional for 2011 fall Conference for faculty and Staff. "Transforming the the Classroom Expereince: Infusing Diversity Content into the Curriculum"
  Development & Service. Led session at Fall Faculty and Staff Conference "Transforming the Classroom Experience -- Infusing Diversity"
  Development & Service. Leading Anti-Racism caucusing lunch group for faculty/staff. Working through Lessons from the Color of Fear.
  Development & Service. Led Summer FEN-related reading group. The Help by Katheryn Stockett
  Development & Service. Led faculty/staff reading group. "The Heart of Racial Justice: How Soul Change Leads to Social Change."
  Development & Service. Chair of Multicultural Affairs Committee
  Development & Service. Director of Cross-Cultural Engagement. Also chair of the Cross-Cultural Engagement Committee
  Development & Service. Interim Director of Africa African Diaspora Studies minor
  Development & Service. Member of MESA (Multi Ethnic Strategic Alliance). A Coaching network for diversity officers at Christian Colleges. The network is led by Brenda Salter-McNeil.
  Development & Service. Attended LINES play and was a member of the panel for discussion after the play.
  Public Service. Co-Chair of the West Michigan President's Compact. This committee promotes anti-racism on west Michigan college campuses.
  Public Service. USA Delegate to Third Lausanne Congress on World Evagelism. Capetwon South Africa. (1 of only 400 US delegates at a congress of 5000)
Maag, Karin - History  (1 Item)  
  Book chapter. "Strong Roots for a Vibrant Future" in Shirley Roels, ed. Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity: Ideas for the 21st Century. Grand Rapids: Calvin Press, 2011. 29-36. Peer reviewed. http://www.calvin.edu/admin/cccs/rcc/
Miller, Daniel - History  (3 Items) 
  Journal article. "Protestantism and Politics in Contemporary Latin America," (review essay), in Fides et Historia 43:1 (Winter/Spring 2011): 41-53 Peer reviewed.
  Book edited or translated. Like Leaven in the Dough: Protestant Social Thought in Latin America, 1920-1950. Madison, Teaneck: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2011. Peer reviewed.
  Journal article. "Protestantism and Politics in Contemporary Latin America," (review essay), in Fides et Historia 43:1 (Winter/Spring 2011): 41-53. Peer reviewed.
Moes, Paul - Psychology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Teaching Fellows - Panel: International Faculty Issues in the Classroom. The goal of the discussion is for Calvin faculty at large to better understand the issues that international faculty members experience in the classroom, and for international faculty to learn from and support each other.
Molnar, Larry - Physics & Astronomy  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Margaret Mwenda (of Davenport University) made a Physics Dept. Seminar presentation entitled "Access and Persistence of Minority Students in PhD STEM Programs" on Oct. 5. Although I was unable to attend in person, the event was taped and I watched this afterwards.
Mulder, Mark - Sociology  (3 Items) 
  Invited lecture. Worship and Recinciliation FEN Symposium on Race. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/28/2011
  Talk contributed at a conference. Maintaining Internal Homogeneity by Avoiding the Local: A Case Study of Urban and Suburban Congregations Urban Affairs Association Conference. Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana. 03/18/2011
  Talk contributed at a conference. Subdivided By Faith: White Evangelicals and the City Society for the Scientific Study of Religion annual meeting. Sheraton Baltimore City Center, Baltimore, Maryland. 10/28/2010
Muyskens, Mark - Chemistry & Biochemistry  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Coordinated Calvin College Project SEED program 2011 - serves local HS students
Navarro, Joel - Music  (12 Items) 
  Work was broadcast on radio or TV. MOODY RADIO: Sound of Majesty Air Date July 29, 2011 (Sound of Majesty is a daily one-hour program that introduces listeners to the grandeur and majesty of sacred music.) 3rd featured selection was VENI, sung by The Capella of Calvin College, taken from their 2010 CD: A Hope and a Future. Sound of Majesty Air Date July 29, 2011
  Musical or theatrical composition. Ososo: Come Now O Prince of Peace, for SATB voices, children's voices, oboe, and organ. Tune and original text copyright 1990 by Geonyong Lee. English text copyright 1990 by Marion Pope. Arrangement by Joel Navarro. Copyright 2011 by GIA Publications. http://www.giamusic.com/search_details.cfm?title_id=11298
  Audio recording (e.g. CD). A Hope and a Future: The Capella of Calvin College, in celebration of its 75th anniversary, Joel Navarro, conductor. Produced by Calvin College Music Department. Released in November, 2010. http://store.calvin.edu/shop_product_detail.asp?catalog_group_id=Ng&catalog_group_name=UmVjb3JkaW5ncw&catalog_id=291&catalog_name=Q2FwZWxsYQ&pf_id=277&product_name=QSBIb3BlIEFuZCBBIEZ1dHVyZSAyMDEw&type=3&target=shop_product_list.asp
  Musical or theatrical composition. Sing to the Lord a New Song, for a cappella SATB. Music by Joel Navarro using cantus firmus from the Buwaya Kalinga of Northern Philippines. Text is taken from Psalm 96:2,4a. Published by Adoro Music Publishing. Copyright 2010. http://www.adoromusicpub.com/catalog/item.xml?id=91
  Drama/musical performance. Festival of Lessons and Carols. La Grave Avenue Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/05/2010
  Drama/musical performance. Bamboo Organ Festival Bamboo Organ Festival. Las Pinas, Rizal, Philippines. 02/18/2011
  Drama/musical performance. Capella 75th Anniversary Reunion Concert Capella 75th Anniversary Reunion Concert. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/20/2010
  Drama/musical performance. Calvin Music Festival Calvin Music Festival. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/22-23/2010
  Professional Svcs. I contributed information to and reviewed an article by Dr. Andre de Quadros of Boston University who was writing for the Oxford Companion to Choral Music.
  Professional Svcs. Held last August 29-31, 2011. Reviewed about 300 hymns for the CRC-RCA hymnal "Lift up Your Hearts" which will be released in 2013.
  Student Learning. My sabbatical project to arrange, edit, and translate 51 Filipino hymns into English was in collaboration with the Institute of Studies in Asian Church and Culture. I engaged the services of a Calvin College student collaborator in Benjamin Ripley who helped encode (type into musical notation), extract melodies, and create indexes.
  Public Service. Gave choral workshops and lectures at the University of the Philippines, and United Evangelical Church of Greenhills. Gave choral clinics for the Ateneo de Manila University Glee Club, University of the East Chorale, and Voce Fich Philippines.
Nelesen, Serita - Computer Science  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended International Faculty Panel discussion and read the distributed related paper.
Nyhof, Richard - Biology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. I participated in a Biology Department discussion of the book, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Skloot, on Friday, April 8. I also attended the panel discussion on that book held at the Grand Rapids Public Library (Calvin's Prof. Michelle Lloyd-Paige was one of the panel members), and a presentation given by the author, Rebecca Skloot, at the Fountain Street Church.
Obenchain, Diane - Religion  (5 Items) 
  Magazine article. "Christians' Response to Confucianism," Current (Educational Resources and Referrals - China) www.errc.com
  Keynote or plenary address. "Reflections on Religioius Freedom and Individual Responsibility: Two Closely Related Essentials of the American Democratic Experiment," International Conference. Jiangnan University, School of of Foreign Studies, Wuxi, People's Republic of China. 11/05/2010
  Invited lecture. "Christian Approaches to Islam: A Closer Look," International conference on "Christ Above All: Engaging with the Challenge of Islam". Calvin Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/02/2010
  Professional Svcs. I was one of two lead lecturers for a two-week course on "The Chinese Worldview Today". I taught the course for one week at Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China and was sponsored by Denver Seminary, Denver, CO. I taught 3 hours a day and then led visitation tours to important cultural sites in the city of Beijing for another 3 hours.
  Public Service. Quest Speaker, "Coming to Christ in Japan", 20-minute presentation during Chapel Service at Calvin Theological Seminary on the occasion of the triple tragedy in Japan during March 201l: earthquake, tsunami, nuclear plant destruction.
Patterson, Amy - Political Science  (6 Items) 
Journal article. Amy S. Patterson. 2010. "Church Mobilisation and HIV/AIDS Treatment in Ghana and Zambia: A Comparative Analysis," African Journal of AIDS Research 9, 4: 407-418. Peer reviewed.
Book authored. Amy S. Patterson. 2011. The Church and AIDS in Africa: The Politics of Ambiguity. Boulder: First Forum Press (a division of Lynne Rienner). Peer reviewed.
Invited lecture. Religion and AIDS in Zambia presentation to graduate seminar. University of Zambia, Dept of Religious Studies, Lusaka, Zambia. 03/25/2011
Professional Svcs. Consultant on "Thinking Politically about AIDS" with UNAIDS; meeting in Bangkok, 2011
Professional Svcs. Report of fieldwork for Network of Zambian People Living with HIV/AIDS
Professional Svcs. Review of MA thesis on AIDS and African parliaments, University of Capetown
Plantinga, Carl - Communication Arts & Sciences  (2 Items) 
  Keynote or plenary address. "Digital Documentary and the Internet" Documentary Film Theory and Contemporary Hungarian Documentary International Conference. King Sigismund College, Budapest, Hungary. 09/24/2010
  Invited lecture. "Movies and Emotions: Between Real and Hypothetical Spectators" Dept. of Film Studies. Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary. 09/22/2010
Pyper, Marcie - Spanish  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Directed the music/worship team for the Entre Mujeres annual Hispanic women's Christian conference.
Riek, Blake - Psychology  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Attended the Teaching Fellows Panel: International Faculty Issues in the Classroom
  Development & Service. Teaching Fellows – Panel: International Faculty Issues in the Classroom. The goal of the discussion is for Calvin faculty at large to better understand the issues that international faculty members experience in the classroom, and for international faculty to learn from and support each other.
Roberts, F. Corey - Germanic & Asian Languages & Literatures  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. Preparation of all necessary documentation to secure work visas for summer 2011 internships in Germany for 5 engineering students, including correspondence with employers. Advising and assistance in understanding contract details, housing options, and what to expect in cross-cultural situations.
Romanowski, William - Communication Arts & Sciences  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Attended the film viewing and discussion of "Traces of the Trade," Tuesday, September 29, 2010.
Sandberg, Stephanie - Communication Arts & Sciences  (5 Items) 
  Video recording (e.g. film or DVD). LINES: The Lived Experience of Race
  Invited lecture. Creating LINES: The Lived Experience of Race YWCA Stand Against Racism. Celebration Cinema North, Celebration Cinema South, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/13/2011
  Drama/musical performance. LINES: The Lived Experience of Race Actors Theatre. 160 Fountain St. NW, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/20/2010
  Award/honor. FEN Award for Teaching, Calvin College, Calvin College
  Student Learning. Students on the Calvin College Ghana Semester are engaging in semester long service learning, creating detailed ethnographies of their experiences, and providing their NGO or Service Learning partner with a detailed report of that experience.
Saupe, Karen - English  (4 Items) 
  Radio/TV program. Inner Compass Interviews aired 2010-11: 1104 The Good Life (guest: James K.A. Smith) 1106 U.S. Slavery in The North (guest: Katrina Browne and Juanita Brown) 1108 Navigating Conflict (guest: Bob Hall) 1109 Engaging with Art (guest: Sheila Wyne) 1110 Making It to College (guest: Brandy Johnson) 1112 Speaking of Faith (guest: Krista Tippett) 1115 Transforming Troubled Schools (guest: Sajan George) 1116 Female Asian-Americans: Finding a Voice (guest: Nikki Toyama-Szeto) 1118 All Kinds of Minds (guest: Temple Grandin) 1121 U.S. Environment: Our History with the Land (guest: Donald Worster) 1122 Making Globalization Work (guest: John Tiemstra) www.calvin.edu/innercompass
  Talk contributed at a conference. Justice and Identity in Measure for Measure Shakespeare Association of America meeting. Hyatt Regency, Bellevue, Washington. 04/07/2011
  Invited lecture. The Teacher as Sexual Being Student teacher orientation. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/25/2011
  Public Service. Summer Program Director, Camp Mowana (Lutheran Outdoor Ministries in Ohio)
Sawyer, Charsie - Music  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Vocal Literature is a survey of classical vocal literature focusing on solo literature from the late Renaissance period to the Modern era. The course is intended to acquaint students with a broad range of song repertoire from composers of Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Britain, Russia, Latin America, and the United States. The course will explore suitable literature for beginning singers to advanced vocal performers. Most sessions will feature student presentations. Required of Music majors with a voice performance concentrate and open to other Music majors and non-majors with substantial vocal background or interest in vocal literature. Prerequisites: 2 semesters of college voice lessons and/or permission of the instructor. 3 credits.
Schau, Kaori - Germanic & Asian Languages & Literatures  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. I supervised two students working on independent study using Japanese drama. I developed and uploaded learning materials to Moodle to have students consider differences and similarities in business cultures in Japan and the US by viewing Japanese dramas.
Schoone-Jongen, Robert - History  (3 Items) 
  Invited lecture. Immigration in the US: Then and Now Guest Lecturer. Porter Hills Retirement Community, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/19/2010
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. Traces of the Trade: Teaching Controversial Issues . Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/28-29/2010
  Public Service. Hosted a dinner for students, including a foreign exchange student, at our home on February 20, 2011
Shoemaker, Allen - Psychology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. April 18 2011, attended Teaching Fellows - Panel: International Faculty Issues in the Classroom. The goal of the discussion is for Calvin faculty at large to better understand the issues that international faculty members experience in the classroom, and for international faculty to learn from and support each other.
Slager, Dianne - Nursing  (2 Items) 
Student Learning. A panel of international faculty will talk about issues that arise in their classrooms. Discussion will follow. All faculty are welcome and encouraged to attend. Refreshments provided. (organized by the Calvin Teaching Fellows, aa a FEN-related activity.)
Public Service. National Health Service Corps Ambassador since 2009-advising internal and external students on graduate studies and scholarships through the Department of Health and Human Services
Slagter, Cynthia - Spanish  (3 Items) 
  Public Service. Attended "Lines" Saturday October 9.
  Public Service. Lead reading group at Eastern Avenue CRC on "Learning from the Stranger"
  Public Service. Orientation for immersion teachers through Add-a-lingua
Smit, Laura - Religion  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. Godly Leadership Priscilla's Purse Women of Faith Conference. Eastern Avenue Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/09/2010
Smith, David - Education  (3 Items) 
  Journal article. Smith, D. I., Scott, L., & Van Til Rusthoven, T. (2011). Why learn languages? A call to Christian educational leaders Journal of Christianity and Foreign Languages, 12, 67-78.
  Invited lecture. Culturally Responsive Pedagogy Faculty Development Event. Calvin Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/20/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. Relating Hospitality to Language Pedagogy: Metaphor and Social Practice North American Christian Foreign Language Association (NACFLA) conference. Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana. 09/04/2010
Smith, James - Philosophy  (1 Item)  
  Journal article. "'The Spirits of the Prophets are Subject to the Prophets': Global Pentecostalism and the Re-enchantment of Critique," South Atlantic Quarterly 109.4 (2010): 677-693. Peer reviewed.
Stearley, Ralph - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. My wife and I assisted with our church's sponsorship of two refugee families from Myanmar (Burma). We assisted with driving and my wife does ESL with a young wife adjusting to life in a new and strange culture. These activities took place over the academic year 2010-2011
Stob, Michael - Mathematics & Statistics  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended panel discussion on international faculty members at Calvin.
Tellinghuisen, Don - Psychology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended the Teaching Fellows Panel: International Faculty Issues in the Classroom
Urban, David - English  (2 Items) 
  Journal article. "Erroneous Instruction: Hally's Misrepresentations of Tolstoy and Joe Louis in Fugard's 'MASTER HAROLD' . . . and the boys." Notes & Queries 58.1 (March 2011): 138-40 Peer reviewed. http://nq.oxfordjournals.org/content/58/1/138.2.extract
  Journal article. "Erroneous Instruction: Hally's Misrepresentations of Tolstoy and Joe Louis in Fugard's 'MASTER HAROLD' . . . and the boys." Notes & Queries 58.1 (March 2011): 138-40 Peer reviewed. http://nq.oxfordjournals.org/content/58/1/138.2.extract
Van Drunen, Leonard - Business  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Developed and proposed a new off-campus interim course, IDIS W11 Business as Mission in India. To be taught in January 2012. CCE.
Van Kooten, Gerry - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies  (3 Items) 
  Journal article. Van Kooten, G.K., Richter, M., and Zippi, P.A., 2011. Alaska's Interior Rift Basins: A New Frontier for Discovery. Oil and Gas Journal, Jan. 9, 2012, p. 48-57.
  Professional Svcs. Provided geological expertise to Doyon Native Corporation throughout 2011 and 2012 related to the potential of Native lands in Alaska. Produced series of reports and posters describing the exploration potential.
  Public Service. Serving on CRC task Force initiated by Synod and assigned to address the issue of Climate Change and the Church's response to this environmental threat. One of 11 committee members with a goal of drafting final report for presentation to Synod 2012.
van Liere, Frans - History  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. Muslim Conquest and Crusades: Are the textbooks Really Biased? Seventh Conference of the West Michigan Academic Consortium, Islam Beyond the Headlines. Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/07/2010
  Professional Svcs. Organizer of: Islam Beyond the Headlines. A day-long conference co-sponsored by the West Michigan Academic Consortium for Interfaith Dialogue, at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, 7 October, 2010. Keynote speaker: Omid Safi (UNC Chapel Hill).
Van Vugt, Bill - History  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended Professor Washington's noontime lecture on the "most divided hour" in America--the divided churches.
Van't Hof, Ellen - Kinesiology  (3 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. Documentary film presentation: Finding their own Dance: Reawakening the Alaskan Alutiiq Arts Calvin Art Gallery Artist-in Residence, Perry Eaton, Alutiiq Mask-carver. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/17/2011
  Talk contributed at a conference. Documentary film presentation: Finding their own Dance: Reawakening the Alaskan Alutiiq Arts Federation of American Natives, Hilo Inter-Tribal PowWow. Waiakea Pond, Hilo, Hawaii. 05/25/2011
  Talk contributed at a conference. Documentary film presentation: Finding their own Dance: Reawakening the Alaskan Alutiiq Arts Far North Conservation Film Festival. Fairbanks Convention and Visitors Bureau, Fairbanks, Alaska. 11/06/2010
Vanden Bosch, James - English  (6 Items) 
  Invited lecture. "Every Man Heard Them Speaking in His Own Language: The King James Version of the Bible and Contemporary American Literature," A Shower of Heavenly Bread: The King James Bible @ 400. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/05/2011
  Professional Svcs. Served as proofreader and copy-editor for materials to support a Chinese textbook on reading and responding to biblical narrative; this set of teaching materials will be published in China, under the supervision of Susan Felch and Ling Xing.
  Student Learning. April 7, 2011: Finished co-chairing work (with Lew Klatt) on this year's One Book-One Department program; organize and sponsor the final panel discussion of The Book Thief as adolescent literature and as a holocaust novel; Calvin College.
  Student Learning. March 28 and 30, 2011: Presentation (with Karen Saupe) on "The Student Teacher as Sexual Being in the Student-Teaching Classroom"; for the modern languages secondary education student teachers, and for the English Secondary Education student teachers; at Calvin College.
  Development & Service. February 14, 2011: Begin serving on the college's Football Task Force, considering the possibility of starting a football program at Calvin College.
  Public Service. October 14, 2010: Recorded an hour of Scripture readings for Ling Xing's English textbook for use in her classes at a Chinese university; at Calvin College.
Vander Griend, Douglas - Chemistry & Biochemistry  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Hosted 15 potter's HS students in the chemistry department for a fun lab, presentation about Calvin and Entrada, and then private campus tours followed by lunch and ice cream, which was made using liquid nitrogen.
Vander Woude, Judith - Communication Arts & Sciences  (1 Item)  
  Poster presentation. "Narrative Development in Latino-American Below-Grade-Level readers." American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Convention Center, Philadelphia, Pennsyvania. 11/18/2010
VanReeuwyk, Jo-Ann - Art & Art History  (4 Items) 
  Art Exhibition. "Charis," Group exhibition. Dordt College, Sioux Center, Iowa. 01/09/2011
  Internal grant. Kuyers Institute grant, Kuyers Institute
  Internal grant. Kuyers Grant, Kuyers Institute
  Development & Service. 1. Currently mentoring two faculty members in dept. 2. Reading groups: I participated in the International Development reading group led by Jo Kuyvenhoven as well as the Philosophy reading group on Beauty led by Laura Smit. I also led a reading group in the dept. which was based on FEN related issues and Contemporary Art Forms. 3. I've attended the National Art Education Association conference, the Michigan Art Education conference, the Christian Teacher's Association conference as well as a conference put on by Image Journal. 4. I am currently working on a project with the education dept. on Sacred Space and Pedagogy. 5. I've attended the Sustainability Summit and plan on workshop for the art dept in the fall. 6. I have attended and led faculty development events for the art dept. I am also involved with the Community Engagement project at Calvin.
Verwys, Susan - Education  (5 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. Navigating Dialect Institute for the Study of the African American Child in School Conference on Research Directions. Omni Oceanfront Resort Hilton Head Island, Hilton Head, South Carolina. 05/03/2011
  Curriculum. I developed and taught the new course: EDUC 238, Developmentally Appropriate Practice for the Early Childhood Major. In it, the participants explored developmentally appropriate and culturally relevant early childhood practices. They read documents from the National Association for the Education of Young Children, research articles on play, articles on technology and the young children. They participated in a play workshop, developed and taught culturally relevant lessons, and explored software. They also shared early childhood music and literature with the course participans.
  Curriculum. -During the school year 2010/2011, I (with the help of colleagues) moved a proposal for an early childhood major through committees. It was approved by Faculty Senate in October, 2010. I wrote syllabi and assignments for the new courses. Both FEN-related and sustainability-related elements are integrated into the courses. -I wrote an extensive application for the new program State of Michigan Dept. of Education. The program was approved in 5/2011. -In 2/2011, I began an intensive peer-review of another institution's early childhood program.
  Development & Service. Member: Undergrad Professional Development and Assessment Co., Education Program, Calvin College Facilities Co., Education Department, Calvin College Teacher Education Co., Education Program, Calvin College EDUC 345 Leadership Team,Education Program, Calvin College
  Public Service. I am a member of the Institute for the Study of the African American Child in School. I am also the co-chair of the Grantsmanship Committee.
Vos-Camy, Jolene - French  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Simultaneous translation, French to English. Twenty minute sermon given by Rev. Anne Ponzi of the Democratic Republic of Congo at Church of the Servant. Sept. 12, 2010.
Voskuil, Julie - Business  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. Let Your Light Shine: Trust, truth, and transparency in financial reporting, A comparison of the development of financial reporting in the West with the growth of financial reporting in China. Summer research project with Yang Liu, Senior Accounting Major and Luke DeJong, Senior Accounting Major.
Walhout, Matthew - Physics & Astronomy  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. One of three leaders for January 2011 Kuiper Seminar
Walton, Julie - Kinesiology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. October 8, 2010: Attended the Stephanie Sandberg play, "LINES: The Lived Experience of Race" at the Actor's Theater.
Washington, Eric - History  (7 Items) 
  Session chair. Respondent American Society of Church History spring meeting. Ramada Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/10/2011
  Invited lecture. The Most Segregated Day of the Week Black History Month lecture. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/16/2011
  Session panelist. Participant observer remarks Calvin Worship Grant Colloquium. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/14/2011
  Curriculum. Participated in the Multicultural Curriculum Transformation and Research Colloquium led by Dean Michelle Loyd-Paige during May and June 2011.
  Student Learning. Co-moderated panel discussion of former African and African-American alumni of Calvin College at the "Unity Celebration" here at Calvin.
  Development & Service. Participated in a faculty group on development of a multi-cultrual syllabus for US Military history, and served in a group on the problems, contributions, and retention of International Faculty. Along with the latter, I was a panelist for the Fall Faculty conference segment on International Faculty retention and issues.
  Public Service. Gave Sunday sermon at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, Grand Rapids. Friendship is a traditional African American Baptist church without a pastor now, and the church invited me to fill the pulpit on Dec 5, 2010. I preached a Christ-centered sermon heavily inundated with Reformation truth about the office of Christ as High Priest.
Wertz, John - Biology  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Read "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" by Rebecca Skloot and held departmental colloquium on April 15, 2011.
Wilstermann, Amy - Biology  (3 Items) 
  Student Learning. Project SEED (program of the American Chemical Society) mentor for a high school student from an underrepresented group; Project Title: Regulation of Matrix Metalloproteinases by Bacteria
  Development & Service. Panelist for Multicultural Curriculum Transformation session at the 2011 Calvin Fall Conference
  Development & Service. Biology department discussion of the book "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" (4/8/11)
Winkle, Jeff - Classical Languages  (2 Items) 
  Student Learning. McGregor Fellowship project with Alex Westenbroek (student): a collaboration which aims to produce a new Greek text with commentary and companion pieces for the _Testament of Solomon_ (a 3rd-4th century? pseudepigraphical work which tells the story of how king Solomon uses a magic ring given to him by God to control various demons and enlist them in building the temple at Jerusalem. The Testament serves as a unique window on the development of early Christianity in the Greco-Roman world and the various mystical and philosophical influences at play) Instructor for the Entrada Scholars Program (Summer 2011) Independent Study: Latin 205 for Stephanie Kurtz (Fall 2010) Independent Study: Latin 205 for Nard Choi (Summer/Fall 2011)
  Public Service. Musician and music arranger for the gospel choir, Madison Square CRC Financial sponsor for Entrada scholar (summer 2011)
Wolpa, Adam - Art & Art History  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Participation in a departmental group, led by Elizabeth Van Arragon, which focused on continuity between sections, course learning goals, and methods of assessment.
Wolters-Fredlund, Benita - Music  (3 Items) 
  CALL lecture. "Music of the Holocaust," Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning (CALL). Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/07/2011
  Invited lecture. How Blues Changed the World: A Brief History of African-American Music Through Song Black History Month lecture. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/16/2011
  Internal grant. “Holocaust Readings of Handel’s Judas Maccabaeus”, Academic Year CRF
Yonker, Julie - Psychology  (2 Items) 
  Curriculum. I created a CCE component to Adolescent and Adult Development (Psych 209) course combined with hours students eared in Psych 208. The new component includes in-class activities and learning on ethnicity as well as several self-assessment surveys. Students also write a life history of an older adult who lives in subsidized housing and is also disabled and/or a minority. Our last class includes a party in which we present the life history to the older adult and celebrate life. Additionally, students prepare a reflection paper on their experience with their older adult, their ethnic self-reflections, and the application of several developmental theories.
  Development & Service. International Faculty Concerns in the Classroom
Zandstra, Dianne - Spanish  (2 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. I am uncomfortable with putting a beginning date. The correct timing is not offered here. I started with the journal in the year 2000. I coedit the Journal of Christianity and Foreign Languages with Cynthia Slagter. In this capacity I send out articles to peer reviewers and compile their comments and recommendations. I normally serve as third reader any time the article is within my general area of expertise. I compile comments and recommendations, add my own, and send them on to the general editor. This is often FEN related because many articles consider cross-cultural issues and minority points of view.
  Curriculum. I served as the first director of Calvin's new Semester in Peru during fall 2011 and fall 2012. In this capacity I had to develop not only the program but the cross-cultural engagement course all students took in Peru. In fall of 2012 I also worked with our Peruvian instructor on a course in ethnographic study with students placed at local institutions of different types for observation and some volunteer work.

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