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Aay, Henk - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies - 2010-2011  (10 Items) 
0 Journal article. Aay H. 2009. Christian Geography. In Kitchin R, Thrift N (eds) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Volume 2, pp. 86–91. Oxford: Elsevier.
0 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
0 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
0 Invited lecture. Human Historical Modifications of Dutch River Systems Meijer Chair Lecture. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/16/2010
0 Session panelist. American Memory and Forgetting National American Study Conference. Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands. 04/01/2011
0 Federal grant. Reel/Real Dutch Landscapes A Geographical Interpretation of Documentary Films about the Netherlands Shown in the United States, 1941-1974, Fulbright
0 Internal grant. Reel/Real Dutch Landscapes A Geographical Interpretation of Documentary Films about the Netherlands Shown in the United States, 1941-1974, Sabbatical
0 Curriculum. Course Innovations 10 all day and half day field trips related to environmental themes as part of the Environmental History of the Netherlands course taught in the Netherlands Course/Curriculum development and implementation Directed the first annual off-campus semester for Calvin science and engineering students at the VU University Amsterdam, Implementation of the curriculum for Calvin students at the VU University Amsterdam Sustainability Integrated into the Course Taught for the first time a course on Dutch Environmental History as part of this program; this course had a sustainability theme.
0 Student Learning. As part of Quest I presented on a Christian Environmental Ethic to incoming first year students
0 Public Service. Represent Calvin on the committee that plans Dutch Heritage Day, a West Michigan-wide celebration of the area's Dutch heritage. Represent Calvin on the Dutch American Historical Committee. It promotes Dutch-American archives and publications.
TOT   0  
Aay, Henk - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
0 Professional Svcs.
0 Development & Service. mentored Dr. Jamie Skillen as he began to take over teaching duties in the environmental studies program Attended Conference "Four Centuries of Dutch-American Relations" 15-16 October 2009 at the VU University Amsterdam As Meijer Chair, representing the College at events that feature the Netherlands, Dutch American Culture (e.g. visit of Dutch scholars, artists and other leaders)
TOT   0  
Abadeer, Adel - Economics - 2012-2013  (3 Items) 
  0 Session panelist. "Economic Symposium on Recovery or Recession: The Fiscal Cliff, QE Infinity, and Europe," Lighthouse Group Economic Symposium. Hope College, Holland, Michigan. 11/12/2012
  0 Professional Svcs. Peer reviewer of an article submitted to Christian Higher Education: An International Journal of Research, Theory, and Practice
  0 Professional Svcs. Professional Svcs. Focus group - Book review (specific features): Principles of Economics, by Daron Acemoglu, David Laibson, and John List, Pearson.
TOT   0  
Abadeer, Adel - Economics - 2011-2012  (6 Items) 
  0 Other online document. Toward an Understanding of Muslims and Islam http://www.ottawacountypatriots.org/2011/03/islam/
  0 Session panelist. "Perspectives on ISLAM," Ottawa County Patriots' Event. Howard Miller Community Center, Zeeland, Michigan. 08/27/2012
  0 Session panelist. "Testimonies from the Front: Egypt," Bavinck Conference 2011, "After 9/11/11... What? Reformed Theology and the Church's Global Mission Today". Calvin Theological Seminary , Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/12-14/2011
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Cultural Norms and the Marginalization of Women in Collectivist Societies in LDCs," The Eastern Economics Association 38th Annual Conference. Boston Park Plaza Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts. 03/09-11/2012
  0 Public Service. “Egypt and the Revolution of 2011.” Four lecture series. September-October 2011. Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning(CALL). Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI, September-October 2011.
  0 Public Service. Radio Interview: Red Kingman Interviews Adel Abadeer http://whtc.com/podcasts/whtc-morning-red-kingman/red-kingman-interviews-adel-abadeer/
TOT   0  
Abadeer, Adel - Economics - 2010-2011  (8 Items) 
  0 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
  0 Invited lecture. An Introduction to Islam Church Adult Education Class. Cascade Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/14/2010
  0 Invited lecture. An Islamic perspective on Jews & Judaism Church Adult Education Class. Cascade Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/05/2010
  0 Invited lecture. An Islamic perspective on Women Church Adult Education Class. Cascade Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/12/2010
  0 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
  0 Invited lecture. The Multifacted Dimensions of Muslims and Islam Church Adult Education Class. Cascade Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/21/2010
  1 Session panelist. Egypt and the January 25th Revolution Amnesty International and the Middle East Club. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/17/2011
  0 Public Service. Presented a lecture, "Understanding Islam: Religion, Culture, and State." Hosted by the Carpenter's House Outreach Church, Hudsonville, MI.
TOT   1  
Abadeer, Adel - Economics - 2009-2010  (7 Items) 
  1 Department Seminar. "How Informal Norms Marginalize Women in Less Developed Countries," Economics Department's lecture. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/19/2010
  0 Invited lecture. "Christian and Economic Perspectives on Stewardship," 26th Annual Conference of The Arab Evangelical Church. , Boston, Massachusetts. 04/07/2010
  0 Invited lecture. Redemptive Diversity in Christian Institutions CCE class led by the Dean for Multicultual Affairs. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/19/2010
  0 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
  0 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
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "The Value of Christian Education," 26th Annual Conference of The Arab Evangelical Church. , Boston, Massachusetts. 04/07/2010
  0 Student Learning. Addressing the 2010 Entrada Scholars during their orientation.
TOT   1  
Adams, Joel - Computer Science - 2013-2014  (7 Items) 
  0 Book authored. Joel C. Adams, Alice 3 in Action: Computing Through Animation, Cengage Learning, 2015. Peer reviewed. http://www.cengage.com/search/productOverview.do?Ntt=Adams+Alice||1228789950182208363114811459211567683698&N=16&Ntk=APG%7C%7CP_EPI
  0 Paper published in conference proceedings. J. Adams, “Injecting Parallel Computing into CS2”, 45th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Atlanta, GA, March 2014, pp. 277-282.
  1 Poster presentation. "Local_Malloc: Malloc for OpenCL Local Memory," Supercomputing 2013 (SC13). Denver Convention Center, Denver, Colorado. 11/19/2013
  0 Session panelist. "Bringing CS2013 Recommendations for Parallel and Distributed Computing Into Your CS Curriculum," 45th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, Georgia. 03/07/2014
  0 Session panelist. "What CS Undergraduates Need to Know About Parallel and Distributed Computing," Supercomputing 2013 (SC13). Denver Convention Center, Denver, Colorado. 11/18/2013
  0 Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "Mapping CS2013 and NSF/TCPP Parallel and Distributed Computing Recommendations and Resources to Courses," Workshop on parallel computing in CS curriculum. Denver Convention Center, Denver, Colorado. 11/17/2013
  0 Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "Teaching Shared-Memory Parallel Concepts with OpenMP," 45th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, Georgia. 03/07/2014
TOT   1  
Adams, Joel - Computer Science - 2012-2013  (8 Items) 
  0 Conference abstract. J. Adams, R. Brown, D. Bunde, J. Mache, and E. Shoop, "Strategies for Adding the Emerging PDC Curriculum Recommendations into CS Courses," Proc. 44th SIGCSE Technical Symposium (March 2013): 109. Peer reviewed.
  0 Paper published in conference proceedings. J. Adams, R. Brown, E. Shoop, "Patterns and Exemplars: Compelling Strategies for Teaching Parallel and Distributed Computing to CS Undergraduates," EduPar-13, 27th IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, May 2013, pp. 1244-1251. Peer reviewed. http://www.ipdps.org/
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Multicore Programming in C/C++ Using OpenMP," Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference (GLSEC). Calvin College Prince Conference Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/29/2013
  0 Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "CSinParallel: An Incremental Approach to Adding PDC Throughout the CS Curriculum," Supercomputing (SC12) Educators Program 2012. Salt Lake City Convention Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. 11/15/2012
  0 Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "CSinParallel: Using Map-Reduce to Teach Parallel Programming Concepts across the CS Curriculum," Workshop, 44th SIGCSE Technical Symposium. Sheraton-Downtown, Denver, Colorado. 03/06/2013
  0 Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "The Parallel and Distributed Computing Landscape," 2013 CSinParallel Four Corners Workshop. Navajo Technical University, Crownpoint, New Mexico. 07/29/2013
  0 Award/honor. ACM Distinguished Educator Award, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
  0 Professional Svcs. Publications chair for 44th Annual SIGCSE Technical Symposium. Responsible for organizing and editing the ~800-page conference proceedings and the ~80-page conference program.
TOT   0  
Adams, Joel - Computer Science - 2011-2012  (11 Items) 
  0 Conference abstract. R. Brown, E. Shoop, J. Adams, D. Bunde, J. Mache, P. Steinberg, M. Wolf, M. Wrinn, "Sharing incremental approaches for adding parallelism to CS curricula," 43rd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, March 2012, pp. 81-82 Peer reviewed.
  0 Magazine article. J. Adams, "Carbon Footprints and Computing: Efficiency as Stewardship of God's Creation," Dynamic Link 3 (2011-2012), pp. 2-4. http://cs.calvin.edu/activities/dynamicLink/2011-12.pdf
  0 Other online document. J. Adams, "Hot Job Market for Computer Science Graduates," Communications of the ACM (blog), April, 2012. http://cacm.acm.org/blogs/blog-cacm/148620-hot-job-market-for-computer-science-graduates/fulltext
  1 Paper published in conference proceedings. J. Adams and A. Webster*, "What Do Students Learn About Programming From Game, Music Video, And Storytelling Projects?" 43rd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, March 2012, pp. 643-648. Peer reviewed.
  0 Paper published in conference proceedings. J. Adams and R. Pruim, "Computing For STEM Majors: Enhancing Non CS Majors' Computing Skills," 43rd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, March 2012, pp. 457-462. Peer reviewed.
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "An Active Learning Exercise To Help Students Understand Parallelism and Scalability," Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 43rd. Raleigh Convention Center, Raleigh, North Carolina. 03/01/2012
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Parallel Libraries (OpenMP and MPI)," Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 43rd. Raleigh Convention Center, Raleigh, North Carolina. 03/02/2012
  1 Talk contributed at a conference. "Visual Programming: Resources for Unleashing Student Creativity in K-12," Michigan Tapestry Workshop 2012. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. 08/02/2012
  0 Federal grant. "Collaborative Research: CS in Parallel: Scaling an Incremental Modular Approach to Injecting Parallel Computing Throughout CS Curricula", NSF
  0 Federal grant. Expanding Computation for Interdisciplinary Science, NSF
  0 Professional Svcs. Associate program chair and meta-reviewer for the 2012 ACM SIGCSE Conference (http://www.sigcse.org/sigcse2012/).
TOT   2  
Adams, Joel - Computer Science - 2010-2011  (16 Items) 
  0 Conference abstract. J. Adams, "Early Adopter: Integration of Parallel Topics in the Undergraduate CS Curriculum at Calvin College, 2011," First NSF/TCPP Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Computing Education (EduPar-11), Anchorage, Alaska, May 2011, available online at: http://tcpp.cs.gsu.edu/sites/default/files/Adams-EduPar-11/Adams-Abstract.pdf Peer reviewed. http://tcpp.cs.gsu.edu/?q=nsf-tcpp-pdce-workshop
  0 Magazine article. Calvin's Grace Hopper Birthday Celebration, ACM SIGCSE Bulletin, (43)1, Volume March 2011, p. 2.
  0 Magazine article. J. Adams, Preparing Today's Students For Tomorrow's Careers. CSTA Voice, (6)5, November 2010, p. 2-4.
  2 Paper published in conference proceedings. J. Adams, K. Hoogeboom, J. Walz, "A Cluster For CS Education In The Manycore Era," 42nd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, March 2011. Peer reviewed.
  0 Paper published in conference proceedings. R. Brown, E. Shoop, J. Adams, C. Clifton, M. Gardner, M. Haupt, P. Hinsbeeck, "Strategies for Preparing Computer Science Students for the Multicore World," Proceedings of the 2010 ITiCSE Working Group Reports, pp. 97-115. Peer reviewed. http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=1971681.1971689
  0 Published interview. J. Adams and J. Westra (M. Anderson, ed), Q&A: Wikileaks, Calvin College News and Stories, online: http://www.calvin.edu/news/detail.html?id=880c2709-a135-4028-b3c8-95d0e22173fe, Dec. 2010.
  0 Published interview. J. Adams, J. Teal, "A Discussion with Dr. Joel Adams of Calvin College," 42nd ACM SIGCSE Conference, Dallas Texas, March 2011, Video Interview, Online: http://software.intel.com/en-us/videos/a-discussion-with-dr-joel-adams-of-calvin-college/
  2 Published interview. M. Anderson, "Imaginary Worlds: Programming From Scratch, Calvin News," July 25, 2011. Online at: http://www.calvin.edu/news/archive/imaginary-worlds-programming-from-scratch, accessed 2011/08/08. http://alice.calvin.edu/iwc/2011/
  0 Work was reviewed or mentioned in public. D. Valentine, "Making Parallelism Nifty," Intel Software Network, Available Online: http://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/2011/05/03/making-parallelism-nifty/
  0 Session panelist. "Multithreading Made Easy: Parallelism in Scratch," Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 42nd. Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Dallas, Texas. 03/10/2011
  0 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
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Multicore Education: Pieces of the Parallel Puzzle Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 41st. Best Western Plus Milwaukee Airport Hotel & Conference Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 03/11/2010
  0 Award/honor. named an ACM Senior Member, Other
  0 Federal grant. Integration of Parallel Topics in the Undergraduate Curriculum, NSF / IEEE Technical Committee on Parallel Computing Early Adopter Program
  0 Professional Svcs. Emergency panel reviewer for SIGCSE 2011.
  0 Professional Svcs. Program Committee Member, SPLASH 2010 Education Program. This program committee plans and reviews paper submissions for the Education Program of the ACM Conference on Systems, Programming, Languages and Applications: Software for Humanity (SPLASH).
TOT   4  
Adams, Joel - Computer Science - 2009-2010  (12 Items) 
  0 Entire website creation. J. Adams, "The Market For Computing Careers," Online: http://cs.calvin.edu/p/ComputingCareersMarket, Jan 2010
  0 Entire website creation. J. Adams, U.S. House Resolution 558: National Computer Science Education Week, Online: http://dahl.calvin.edu/misc/H.Res.558/, Dec 2009.
  0 Journal article. D. Baldwin, A. Brady, A. Danyluk, J. Adams, and A. Lawrence, "Case Studies of Liberal Arts Computer Science Programs," ACM Transactions on Computing Education (10) 1, March 2010, pp. 4:1-4:30.
  0 Paper published in conference proceedings. J. Adams, "Scratching Middle Schoolers' Creative Itch," 41st SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, March 2010, pp. 356-360.
  0 Published interview. J. Rosenberger (interview), "Joel Adams Discusses the Career Outlook for CS Students," Communications of the ACM, http://cacm.acm.org/opinion/articles/95634-joel-adams-discusses-the-career-outlook-for-cs-students/fulltext, July 2010.
  0 Published interview. P. Phillips (interview), "Computer Science Education Week: An Opportunity in the National Spotlight," CSTA Voice (6) 2, May 2010, p. 1.
  1 Talk contributed at a conference. Building A Tera-Scale Beowulf Cluster Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, & Letters (MASAL) Conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/26/2010
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Building A Tera-Scale Beowulf Cluster Supercomputing 2009 (SC09). Portland Convention Center, Portland, Oregon. 10/16/2009
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Computing As Vocation: Using Computer Animation To Unleash Student Creativity Christian Educator's Association annual meeting. Century Center, South Bend, Indiana. 10/22/2009
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Scratching Middle Schoolers' Creative Itch Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 41st. Best Western Plus Milwaukee Airport Hotel & Conference Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 03/12/2010
  0 Internal grant. Computer-based modeling of dynamic processes in cell biology: review of tools and development of a model for control of cytoskeletal gene expression, ISRI
  0 Professional Svcs. Member of the Program Committee and Reviewer for the Educators Symposium of the 2010 conference on Systems, Programming, Languages, and Applications (SPLASH 2010). Helped draft the Call for Participation and the Conference Program; and reviewed four paper submissions.
TOT   1  
Admiraal, Kristen - Social Work - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  0 Poster presentation. "Reframing HIV/AIDS Education: Meeting the Knowledge Needs of Older Adults," National Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS. Hyatt Regency Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. 05/23/2013
TOT   0  
Admiraal, Kristen - Social Work - 2011-2012  (5 Items) 
  0 Journal article. Hughes, A. K. & Admiraal, K. R. (2012). "A systematic review of HIV/AIDS knowledge measures." Research on Social Work Practice, 22, 313-322.
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. The Michigan Aging Services Network Response to LGBT Aging Society for Social Work and Research. Grand Hyatt Washington, Washington, DC. 01/13/2012
  0 External grant (not govt). American Cancer Society Doctoral Level Oncology Social Work Training Grant, American Cancer Society
  0 Development & Service. November 2011: Gerontological Society of America; January 2012: Society for Social Work and Research; March 2012: Baccalaureate Program Directors
  0 Public Service. Partnered with Kuyper College and Cornerstone University (the Beltline Collaborative) to offer free continuing education credits to local social workers. The event included workshops on pain management and compassion fatigue.
TOT   0  
Admiraal, Kristen - Social Work - 2010-2011  (5 Items) 
  0 Session chair. Spiritual Assessment in the Real World North American Association of Christians in Social Work (NACSW) West Michigan Workshop. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/03/2010
  0 Award/honor. Gerontological Social Work Pre-Dissertation Initiative, AGE-SW
  0 Student Learning. Supervised a 1 credit independent study with a student in the spring of 2011. We focused on more in-depth exploration of the ecological framework as it related to the book "The Other Wes Moore."
  0 Development & Service. "God's Nature and Attributes: Implications across the Disciplines." Led by Laura Smit
  0 Development & Service. Attended the Conference on Christianity, Culture, and Diversity in America; November 5-6, 2010
TOT   0  
Admiraal, Kristen - Social Work - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
  0 Workshop Coordinator. Spiritual Assessment North American Association of Christians in Social Work (NACSW) West Michigan Workshop. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/26/2009
  0 Development & Service. Attended Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Reaffirmation Training Workshop in Alexandria, VA, April 2010
TOT   0  
Admiraal, Kristen - Social Work - 2008-2009  (1 Item)  
  0 Professional Svcs. Taught a Spirituality and Practice class at Mother Patern College in Monrovia, Liberia, in January 2009. This was through a partnership between Calvin College, Kuyper College, and Mother Patern funded by the DeVos Foundation.
TOT   0  
Ahn, You Kyong - Art & Art History - 2013-2014  (3 Items) 
  0 Journal article. "Perception of Adaptive Reuse of Historic Churches: Functions and Preservation," Education Research (2013). Peer reviewed.
  0 Journal article. "Surveying Perceptions of Chapel Architecture in Relation to Campus Identity: Calvin College as a Case Study,” Planning for Higher Education 42(1) Peer reviewed.
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Adaptive Reuse of Churches as Public Heritage Symbol," Ninth International Young Scholars Conference on Heritage. Leuven University, Leuven, Belgium. 09/25/2013
TOT   0  
Ahn, You Kyong - Art & Art History - 2012-2013  (6 Items) 
  0 Internal grant. CSR small grant, Center for Social Research
  0 Professional Svcs. "Build A Better Block" project: State Street Redevelopment (May 18, 2013)
  0 Professional Svcs. AES (Alliance for Environmental Sustainability) and Habitat for Humanity's LEED ND and Living Building Design project (1059 Wealthy Street, Grand Rapids, MI)
  0 Professional Svcs. Green Cane Property: Development of Tillman Retail Center (1059 Wealthy Street)
  0 Professional Svcs. Research of community members' perceptions of visual features of their historic neighborhoods
  0 Public Service. Presentation of research outline at monthly meeting of the City of Grand Rapids Historic Preservation Commission
TOT   0  
Ahn, You Kyong - Art & Art History - 2011-2012  (5 Items) 
  0 Professional Svcs. Renovation project of Ada Historical Society
  0 Curriculum. ARCT203: Wealthy Heights Sustainable Redevelopment Project
  0 Curriculum. ARCT397: Ada Historical Society Renovation project
  0 Student Learning. Participated in CEAP poster session
  0 Student Learning. Supervised Justin Kremers, a senior architecture student who worked for an architectural firm in Boston during January 2013.
TOT   0  
Ahn, You Kyong - Art & Art History - 2010-2011  (5 Items) 
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Adaptive-Use of Historic Churches: Comparison of Public and Professionals' Perception of Charitable and Non-Charitable Reuses," Environmental Design and Research Association Annual Meeting. Palmer House Hotel, Chicago, Illinois. 05/25/2011
  0 Curriculum. ARCT203: Wealthy Heights Sustainable Redevelopment Project
  0 Student Learning. Participated in CEAP poster session
  0 Student Learning. Study of public perceptions of the architectural features of Calvin's campus in collaboration with a senior architecture student Elliot Spronk
  0 Development & Service. Green Town conference held at Grand Valley State University
TOT   0  
Ahn, You Kyong - Art & Art History - 2009-2010  (7 Items) 
  0 Invited lecture. Preserving the Pantheon in Rome on-campus lecture hosted by Classics department. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/29/2010
  0 Award/honor. HENRY INSTITUTE UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AWARD , The Henry Institute
  0 Internal grant. Henry Institute Grant, Henry Institute
  0 Curriculum. ARCT203: Wealthy Heights Sustainable Redevelopment Project
  0 Curriculum. Development of pre-architecture program to Architecture Minor Integration of ARCT203 projects with sustainable design components and presentation of the projects at CEAP poster session
  0 Student Learning. Independent study of architecture theory: Rachel Stehouwer and Jordan Johnson
  0 Student Learning. Participated in CEAP poster session
TOT   0  
Anderson, Carolyn - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2012-2013  (9 Items) 
  7 Journal article. Tasker, S. Z., Bosscher, M. A., Shandro, C. A., Lanni, E. L., Ryu, K. A., Snapper, G. S., Utter, J. M., Ellsworth, B. A., Anderson, C. E. "Preparation of N-Alkyl 2-Pyridones via a Lithium Iodide Promoted O- to N-Alkyl Migration: Scope and Mechanism," J. Org. Chem. 2012, 77, 8220-8230. Peer reviewed.
  0 Federal grant. RUI: Synthesis of Highly Functionalized N-Alkyl 2-Pyridones (#1266314), $230,000, NSF
  0 Professional Svcs. I reviewed a paper for Organic Letters.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed manuscripts for the Chemical Educator and Tetrahedron Letters.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed submitted articles for Organic Letters, Tetrahedron Letters, and the Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed two chapters of the forthcoming Organic Chemistry: Principles and Mechanisms by Joel Karty to be published by Norton.
  0 Student Learning. I hosted 14 students from local high schools for a day long chemistry experience, the "Calvin College Christmas Chemistry" or C4 experience. Of these students 9 were women and 2 were from ethnic minorities. This program was funded through a grant to Larry Louter's from the Grand Rapids Community Foundation.
  0 Development & Service. I participated in the "Witnessing Whiteness" reading group lead by Dean Loyd-Paige.
  0 Public Service. Served as the Institutional Representative to the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship Competition. This included closely mentoring the applications of 4 student nominees, coordinating faculty letters of recommendation, and writing summary statements for each nominee. Three of the students were named Goldwater Scholars and the fourth was named an Honorable Mention.
TOT   7  
Anderson, Carolyn - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2011-2012  (12 Items) 
  2 Journal article. "Au(III)-Catalyzed Tandem Amination-Hydration of Alkynes: Aynthesis of Alpha-(N-2-Pyridonyl)ketones," Romero, N. A.; Klepser, B. M.; Anderson, C. E. Org. Lett. 2012, 14, 874-877. Peer reviewed.
  4 Journal article. Synthesis of a New Class of Beta-Iodo N-Alkenyl 2-Pyridones Tasker, S. Z.; Brandsen, B. M.; Ryu, K.-A.; Snapper, G. S.; Staples, R. J.; DeKock, R. L.; Anderson, C. E. Org. Lett. 2011, 13, 6224-6227. Peer reviewed.
  0 Invited lecture. "New Methods for the Synthesis of N-Substituted 2-Pyridones," Hope College Chemistry and Biology Department Seminar Series. Hope College, Holland, Michigan. 01/20/2012
  7 Keynote or plenary address. "New Methods for the Synthesis of N-Substituted 2-Pyridones," ACS Division of Organic Chemistry Graduate Research Symposium. University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado. 07/26-29/2012
  3 Poster presentation. "Efforts towards the synthesis of amino-substituted beta-iodo N-alkenyl pyridines," American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting. Philadelphia Convention Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 08/19/2012
  0 Session chair. "New Reactions and Methodologies Session D," American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting. Philadelphia Convention Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 08/22/2012
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Gold(III)-catalyzed tandem amination-hydration of alkynes: Synthesis of alpha-(N-2-pyridonyl)ketones," American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting. Philadelphia Convention Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 08/20/2012
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed a grant proposal for Research Corporation for Science Advancement Cottrell College Award Program.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed a grant proposal for the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed articles for Tetrahedron Letters, Tetrahedron, and the Journal of Organic Chemistry.
  0 Professional Svcs. Served on the National Science Foundation Synthesis Panel, March 19-20, 2012 in Washington, DC.
  0 Development & Service. Participated in a Chemistry Department reading group focused on the book "Arc of Justice."
TOT   16  
Anderson, Carolyn - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2010-2011  (8 Items) 
  2 Poster presentation. "Gold-Catalyzed Synthesis of Ketone-Containing N-Alkyl Pyridones," American Chemical Society-National Organic Chemistry Symposium, 42nd. Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. 06/08/2011
  0 Poster presentation. "Isolation, Characterization, and Application of an Unusual N-Alkenyl Pyridone," American Chemical Society-National Organic Chemistry Symposium, 42nd. Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. 06/08/2011
  1 Poster presentation. "Lithium Iodide-Catalyzed Synthesis of N-Propargyl Pyridones," American Chemical Society-National Organic Chemistry Symposium, 42nd. Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. 06/08/2011
  0 Award/honor. Division of Organic Chemistry Travel Award, American Chemical Society
  0 Professional Svcs. Served as a member of the review panel for applications to the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation Scholars Program.
  0 Professional Svcs. Served on an National Science Foundation Chemistry division review panel.
  0 Development & Service. Attended the 42nd American Chemical Society - National Organic Chemistry Symposium held at Princeton University, June 5-9, 2011. Four Calvin students attended with me.
  0 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.
TOT   3  
Anderson, Carolyn - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2009-2010  (9 Items) 
  0 Invited lecture. Synthsis of N-Alkyl Pyridones: Methodology and Mechanism University of Delaware. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. 08/19/2009
  6 Poster presentation. New Methods for the Synthesis of N-Substituted 2-Pyridones Heterocyclic Compounds Gordon Research Conference. Salve Regina University, Newport, Rhode Island. 06/21/2010
  0 Federal grant. RUI: Synthesis of N-Alkyl Pyridones: Mechanism, Methodology and Application to Organic Materials, NSF
  0 Internal grant. Synthesis of 2-Pyridone Substituted β- and γ-Amino Acids, Academic Year CRF
  0 Professional Svcs. I served as a review panel member for applications to the 2009 funding cycle of the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Scholar program. I was also on a panelist for the National Science Foundation - Chemical Synthesis Division (October 29-30, 2009).
  0 Professional Svcs. I served as an ad hoc reviewer for grant applications submitted to the American Chemical Society as well as the National Science Foundation (2).
  0 Student Learning. Faculty-Student Research Collaboration Overall, five different students did research under my supervision during the academic year 2009-10 and the summer 2010. The details of their time are outlined below. Sarah Tasker (Beckman Scholar): Fall 2009, Interim 2010, Spring 2010, Summer 2010 (after graduation) Nari Ryu: Fall 2009, Interim 2010, Spring 2010, Summer 2010 Ben Klepser: Fall 2009, Interim 2010, Spring 2010, Summer 2010 (after graduation) Greg Snapper: Interim 2010, Summer 2010 (after graduation) Nathan Romero (Beckman Scholar): Summer 2010 Advising I formally advised about 12 students during the 2009-10 academic year. Mentoring I have been mentoring a student, Laura Hunter, through the Calvin College Mentoring program since January 2008. Laura just graduated with a degree in biochemistry and will be starting a physician's assisting program this summer. I greatly enjoyed our time together. I started a philosophy of science student reading group (4 students) in February 2009. We meet every other week to discuss our readings and build community. We continued to do so throughout the summer of 2009 and throughout this past school year.
  0 Development & Service. I served on the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department's Scholarship Committee and as the department's Library Liason. I am also the departments representative to the Science Division's Scholarship Committee. I was a regular participant in the monthly Gender Studies Reading Group throughout the academic year. I served on the Gender Equity Committee. I team taught a DCM section (Worldviews and the Natural Environment) with Darla McCarthy. I attended the American Chemical Society National Organic Symposium in Boulder, Colorado (June 6-12, 2009), the Heterocyclic Compounds Gordon Research Conference (June 20-25, 2010), and the American Chemical Society National Meeting (August 21-25, 2010). Two students will be joining me at the ACS meeting in August.
  0 Public Service. I serve on the Mission and Outreach Team at Hope Reformed Church (HRC).
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Anker, Roy - English - 2012-2013  (5 Items) 
  0 Book chapter. "Evangelical Film Criticism," in The Encyclopedia of Evangelicalism: Film, Television, Radio ,and the Internet, Vol 1. ed. Robert Woods, Jr. New York: Praeger, 2012: 21-35.
  0 Book chapter. “Superman (1978)," in Bible and Cinema: Fifty Key Films, ed. Adele Reinhartz. New York: Routledge, 2013: 248-52.
  0 Professional Svcs. Editorial Board Member, Journal of Religion and Film, University of Nebraska (Omaha) Referee, 3 essay submissions
  0 Professional Svcs. Editorial Board Member, Journal of Religion and Film, University of Nebraska (Omaha) Referee, 3 essay submissions
  0 Public Service. CALL class, Four Films, September-October, 2012
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Arnoys, Eric - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  0 Development & Service. I attended a cultural intelligence workshop led by Marla Ehlers over the course of two days. A little over a year ago our church started a second, bilingual service, and we're aiming to do an even better job of making everyone welcome in our congregation.
  0 Development & Service. I participated in a book discussion group of Patty Lane's "A Beginner's Guide to Crossing Cultures: Making Friends in a Multicultural World" with other members of my department over the course of the fall semester.
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Arnoys, Eric - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2012-2013  (3 Items) 
  0 Book chapter. "Intracellular Galectins: Platforms for Assembly of Macromolecular Complexes." John L Wang, Kevin C Haudek, Patricia G Voss, Ronald J Patterson, Eric J Arnoys. Galectins and Disease Implications for Targeted Therapeutics, Editor(s): Anatole A. Klyosov, Peter G. Traber, Volume 1115, ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2012. Peer reviewed. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/bk-2012-1115.ch004
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed article for Neoplasma.
  0 Student Learning. Supervised independent student research projects for 3 students during the academic year.
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Arnoys, Eric - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2011-2012  (4 Items) 
  0 Student Learning. I supervised independent research projects of three Calvin students (Jacob Artz, Eric Prins, and Rachel Colasurdo) during the 2011-12 academic year.
  0 Student Learning. I supervised research projects of three Calvin students (Elizabeth DeGroot, Riemer Praamsma, and Christine Ikponmwonba) throughout the summer.
  0 Student Learning. Justice Mason, an African American high school student, worked with me on a research project for 8 weeks this summer through our Project SEED program.
  0 Development & Service. I participated in my department's reading and discussion of "Arc of Justice" by Kevin Boyle.
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Arnoys, Eric - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  0 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.
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Arnoys, Eric - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2009-2010  (5 Items) 
  1 Journal article. "Dynamics of galectin-3 in the nucleus and cytoplasm" Kevin C. Haudek, Kimberly J. Spronk, Patricia G. Voss, Ronald J. Patterson, John L. Wang, Eric J. Arnoys, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 2010, 1800: 181-189 Peer reviewed. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304416509001949
  1 Poster presentation. Diffusion and Transport of Galectin-3 Beckman Scholars Annual Research Symposium. California State University, Irvine, California. 07/01/2011
  2 Talk contributed at a conference. "Using Affinity Tagged Fluorescent Proteins in the Biochemistry Teaching Laboratory," Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, & Letters (MASAL) Conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/24/2010
  0 Student Learning. I collaborated with a total of seven students on three distinct research projects. Cheri Ackerman, Jacob Artz, and Eric Prins began work in the summer of 2010 and continued throughout the 10-11 academic year. Caitlin Alexander and Kevin Harris conducted their research in the fall semester, and Marian Cardwell worked during interim and the spring semester. I collaborated with Katie Faber for her honors research during the spring semester. Most of these students will eventually be co-authors on peer reviewed papers.
  0 Student Learning. I collaborated with students on three distinct research projects in the summer of 2010 and throughout the 2010-11 academic year. Jacob Artz and Eric Prins worked for 10 weeks in the summer and through the entire academic year; Kevin Harris worked for 10 weeks in the summer and through the fall semester.
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Ayoola, Adejoke - Nursing - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  0 Award/honor. Faculty Lectureship Award, NSM
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Ayoola, Adejoke - Nursing - 2012-2013  (32 Items) 
  0 Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). Ayoola, A. B. (2013). Why Diversity in the Nursing Workforce Matters. Retrieved from http://www.rwjf.org/en/blogs/human-capital-blog/2013/05/why_diversity_inthe.html
  0 Journal article. Ayoola, A. B. & Zandee, G. (2013). "Low-income women's recommendations on promoting early pregnancy recognition," Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health. 58(4):416-22. doi: 10.1111/jmwh.12078 Peer reviewed. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jmwh.12078/abstract
  0 Other online document. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholars (2013). Green eggs and ham: Our TEDMED experience. Available at http://www.rwjf.org/en/blogs/human-capital-blog/2013/04/green_eggs_and_ham.html
  0 Work was reviewed or mentioned in public. Grand Rapids Magazine (January, 2013). Nursing professor receives grant. Retrieved from http://www.grmag.com/features/01-13/01-13.htm
  0 Work was reviewed or mentioned in public. Anderson (2012). A $350,000 grant to promote pregnancy planning. Retrieved from http://www.mlive.com/news/grand-rapids/index.ssf/2012/08/calvin_college_nursing_profess.html http://www.mlive.com/news/grand-rahttp://www.grmag.com/features/01-13/01-13.htm
  0 Session chair. "Global Nursing Strategies to Enhance Student Learning," 24th Sigma Theta Tau International Research Congres. Hilton Hotel Prague, Prague, Czech Republic. 07/22/2013
  0 Session chair. "Leading Tomorrow's Leaders Today: An Overview of Sigma Theta Tau's International Leadership Institutes," 24th Sigma Theta Tau International Research Congress. Hilton Hotel Prague, Prague, Czech Republic . 07/23/2013
  0 Session chair. "Research to Promote Immigrant and Minority Health," 24th Sigma Theta Tau International Research Congress. Hilton Hotel Prague, Prague, Czech Republic. 07/24/2013
  1 Talk contributed at a conference. "Preterm Birth and Continuation of Child's Follow-Up Care after Hospital Discharge," Sigma Theta Tau International's 24th International Nursing Research. Hilton Hotel Prague, Prague, Czech Republic. 07/23/2013
  1 Talk contributed at a conference. "Reasons for Delayed Prenatal Care among African American Women Who Wanted Care Earlier," Midwest Nursing Research Society Annual Conference 2013. Chicago Marriott Downtown, Chicago, Illinois. 03/09/2013
  0 Award/honor. New Investigator Award, Midwest Nursing Research Society Women’s Health & Transitions in Childbearing Research Section, Midwest Nursing Research Society
  0 Award/honor. Top 20 Medical & Nursing Professors in Michigan, Online schools in Michigan
  0 Internal grant. 2013 Alumni Association Faculty Grant, Alumni
  0 Internal grant. Marian Petersen Research grant, Nursing Department
  0 Internal grant. Science Division 2013 Summer Science Research faculty, Science Division summer research
  0 Professional Svcs. 1. Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing 2. American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) 3. Women’s Health Issues 4. Western Journal of Nursing Research 5. African Journal of Reproductive Health 6. Maternal and Child Health Journal
  0 Professional Svcs. American Nurses Foundation
  0 Professional Svcs. Michigan State University College of Nursing
  0 Student Learning. Faculty-student research collaboration: Sixty-four senior nursing students worked with me and some of my colleagues in spring 2013 during their community-focused nursing practicum. The students delivered an educational intervention to promote women's reproductive knowledge titled "preconception reproductive knowledge promotion (PREKNOP)" in the nursing department partnering neighborhoods. Eleven undergraduate nursing students (both seniors and juniors) also worked with me as research assistants on the PREKNOP project from fall 2012 to summer 2013. Internship supervision: One of the nursing department Alumni (2012 graduate) who is presently in a PhD program at Michigan State University College of Nursing worked with me this summer for her doctoral research practicum. FEN-related activities: The educational intervention provided through PREKNOP is among racially diverse groups, consisting of Hispanics, African American and Caucasian women. The home visits therefore, provided opportunities for intercultural engagement for the nursing students working as research assistants on the project.
  0 Student Learning. I presented on Nigerian culture to a cross-cultural engagement class at Calvin College on October 16, 2012.
  0 Student Learning. Seven students are working on the Preconception Reproductive Knowledge Promotion as research assistants. These students are being introduced to research methodologies (quantitative and qualitative) and are having hands-on experience with research. These students are also being exposed to the writing process for manuscript publications.
  0 Student Learning. Supervision of honors students' research: - I worked with all (ten) of the Nursing department honors students, 6 senior and 4 junior nursing students, this fall (2012). I met with the 4 junior nursing students in September 2012 to design a 4-semester research/project plan for their nursing major. This involved a brainstorming session in which I interacted with the students to identify their areas of interest and guide them into narrowing their topics or research questions into a feasible project that could be achieved within their four semesters in the nursing program. I worked with the senior honors nursing students to review their existing research and plan the next phase of their studies. I assigned these students to work with nursing faculty members based on their areas of interest and the nursing faculty specialty/research areas. I coordinated the students’ departmental seminar presentations; two junior and two senior honors students presented their projects during this seminar session.
  0 Student Learning. Supervision of honors students' research: - I worked with nine of the Nursing department honors students, 6 senior and 3 junior nursing students, this spring (2013). I met with all the students to review their existing researches and plan the next phase of their research for spring semester. I assigned these students to work with nursing faculty members based on their areas of interest and the nursing faculty specialty/research areas. - I worked with two (one junior and one senior) honors students to submit an abstract to the Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) and these two students presented their work at the 2013 MNRS conference (March 8, 2013). - I worked with five of the honors students (3 juniors and 2 seniors) to submit an abstract each based on their honors work for presentation at the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (STTI), Kappa Epsilon-at-Large chapter Poster session planned for April 2nd. The five abstracts were accepted for the poster presentation.
  0 Student Learning. The project called "Preconception Reproductive Knowledge Promotion" (PREKNOP) provides service-learning opportunities for all senior (64) nursing students. Senior nursing students are trained during their community health postings on how to educate women in three partnering neighborhoods and deliver the PREKNOP intervention. Nursing students and community health workers are conducting baseline surveys, providing PREKNOP education to two groups (control and intervention) of participants in the study, and conducting monthly home visits for the first 6 to 7 months of the study. Students involvement in PREKNOP provides opportunities for active involvement in research and will help to develop students' knowledge on evidence-based practice in the area of maternal and child health nursing.
  0 Development & Service. Attended a teaching session on teaching international students by Leanne Doornbos Nagel and Jo Cooper (Oct. 18, 2012)
  0 Development & Service. Attended conference in your field: 1. Attended an NICHD-organized workshop June 13–14, 2013 titled "The 37%: Developing a Research Agenda for Addressing Mistimed, Unintended, Unplanned, Unwanted Pregnancy in the U.S." 2. Attended a spitfire communication training session May 14-16, 2013, organized by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Attended faculty development event: 1. Research and Scholarship Planning Workshop, organized by Calvin College Office of the Dean for Scholarship and Research. 2.
  0 Development & Service. Attended faculty development event: 1. Research and Scholarship Planning Workshop, organized by Calvin College Office of the Dean for Scholarship and Research, Thursday, May 23, 2013
  0 Development & Service. I joined other international faculty members to read some Bible passages in different languages for the multicultural group at Calvin College during our 2012 Christmas celebration on December 13, 2012. I read the passage in Yoruba, a language spoken in southern part of Nigeria where I am originally from.
  0 Development & Service. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Leadership Training, March 2013
  0 Development & Service. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Meeting (December 2012)
  0 Public Service. I work with my husband, who is a pastor, to address the physical and spiritual needs of some of the African refugee population in Grand Rapids. We work with a group of volunteers through the Church to assist the African refugees who are mostly women and children to adjust to life in the US.
  0 Public Service. My husband (a pastor) and I with a group of other volunteers planned a Christmas celebration titled "Christmas in Africa" to bring people from different parts of Africa, missionaries to Africa, and Americans who are in Grand Rapids to celebrate the birth of Christ (Dec. 15, 2012).
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Ayoola, Adejoke - Nursing - 2011-2012  (6 Items) 
  0 Journal article. Rossman, C. & Ayoola, A. B. (2012). Promoting individualized breast feeding experiences. MCN, American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 37(3), 193-199. doi: 10.1097/NMC.0b013e318247db71
  0 Poster presentation. A pilot study on promoting low-income minority women's self-efficacy of their knowledge of the body Sigma Theta Tau International, Kappa Epsilon at Large Chapter Spring Research Poster Event. Crowne Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/10/2012
  1 Poster presentation. Emotional reactions of parents with very preterm infants Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) 36th Annual Research Conference 2012. Hyatt Regency Dearborn, Dearborn, Michigan. 04/13/2012
  0 External grant (not govt). Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholars, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  0 Professional Svcs. (1) Honors Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International Kappa Epsilon Chapter: vice president, 2011-current; chapter delegate. (2) Peer-reviewer in the following journals: Bulletin of the World Health Organization, Apr. 2007-current; Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing, Jan. 2009-current; Women’s Health, Aug. 2009; American Journal of Public Health, Oct. 2011-current; Women’s Health Issues, Dec. 2011-current; Western Journal of Nursing Research, Dec. 2012-current; African Journal of Reproductive Health, Nov. 2012; Maternal and Child Health Journal, Jan. 2013. (3) Member of doctoral committee for one Calvin College Nursing Department graduate in PhD program at Michigan State University
  0 Student Learning. Seminar presentations and manuscript writing based on "Determinants of Delayed Prenatal Care among African American Women Who Recognized Their Pregnancies Early"
TOT   1  
Ayoola, Adejoke - Nursing - 2010-2011  (13 Items) 
  0 Journal article. Ayoola, A. B. (2011). Systematic review: Reducing the number of antenatal care visits in low-risk pregnancies increases perinatal mortality in low- and middle-income countries; women in all settings prefer the standard visit schedule. Evidence-Based Nursing, 14, 55-56. doi:10.1136/ebn1136
  0 Journal article. Ayoola, A. B., Nettleman, M. D., & Stommel, M. (2010).Time From Pregnancy Recognition to Prenatal Care and Associated Newborn Outcomes. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing,39(5),550-556.DOI: 10.1111/j.1552-6909.2010.01167.x Peer reviewed.
  0 Journal article. Slager, D., Feenstra,C., Ayoola, A., Flikkema, M., & Bartels, S. (2011). Synthesis of nursing care across the lifespan using lab simulation: A Senior level course. Journal of Nursing Education, 50(2), 95-98.DOI: 10.3928/01484834-20101029-08 Peer reviewed.
  1 Poster presentation. Emotional reactions of parents with very preterm infants Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) 2010 Annual Research Conference. Westin Crown Center, Kansas City, Missouri. 04/09/2010
  1 Talk contributed at a conference. Behavioral Changes Associated With Pregnancy Recognition among Women of Childbearing Age Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) 2010 Annual Research Conference. Westin Crown Center, Kansas City, Missouri. 04/09/2010
  0 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
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Relationship Between Time Lag in Prenatal Care Initiation After Recognition of Pregnancy and Birth Outcomes Association of Women's Health Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) Annual Convention. The Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada. 09/25-29/2010
  0 Professional Svcs. I served as a reviewer for Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing - October 2010 and December 2010.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed an article for the Bulletin of the World Health Organization.
  0 Student Learning. Faculty-student research collaboration: - I worked with all (twelve) of the Nursing Department honors students to design their research/project agenda for their nursing major. Sepptember 2010 - I worked with individual students to continue to reshapen their research agenda as needed. - I guided three of the honors students in writing and submitting their IRB proposals as needed. - I worked with one of our senior honors students- Anna Schipper in conducting secondary data analysis on a large population-based data set (Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System) as part of her final honors work. Community-based research and learning: One of my projects- "Knowing your body" intervention is part of the nursing department community-based activities and students continue to collect pilot data during home visits for this research. Engagement, outside of class, with first-year students: I was involved the passport and "CONNECT" program organized for first year students in 2010/2011 session
  0 Development & Service. I participated in the sustainability summit held at Calvin on May 26 2011.
  0 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.
  0 Public Service. - Elected as one of the Vice Presidents for Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Kappa Epsilon-at-Large- May 17, 2011. - Member, Association of Women's Health Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses - Member, Midwest Nursing Research Society of Nursing
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Ayoola, Adejoke - Nursing - 2009-2010  (7 Items) 
  0 Journal article. - Ayoola, A. B., Nettleman, M. D., Stommel, M., Canady, R. (2010). Time of pregnancy recognition and prenatal care use: A population-based study in United States. Birth, 37(1), 37-43. - Olaogun, A. A., Ayoola, A. B., Ogunfowokan, A. A. and Ukperebu, V. E. (2009). Sex preferences and desired family size in Nigeria. African Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health, 3(4), 193-197. Peer reviewed.
  3 Department Seminar. "The Process of Pregnancy Recognition Among Women of Childbearing Age," Nursing Department seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/19/2009
  0 Session chair/panelist. Half the Sky panel book club. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/31/2010
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. The Effect of Unintended Pregnancy and Time of Pregnancy Recognition on Birth Outcomes Sigma Theta Tau International Research Congress, 20th. , Vancouver, British Columbia. 07/16/2009
  0 Professional Svcs. - Reviewer, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, April 2007. - Reviewer, Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing, Jan 2008-Date. - Reviewer Women's Health- August 2009 - Paper Sessions Moderator at 20th Sigma Theta Tau International Research Congress at Vancouver, Canada July 13-17th 2009 - Member of the Midwest Nursing Research Society Ethnicity and Health Research Section Award Committee, November 2008-Date.
  0 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.
  0 Development & Service. Reading groups: I served as one of the experts on a panel to review a book read by Calvin students in spring 2010- "Half the sky." The reading group was coordinated by Simona Goi, Ph.D., Director of the Gender Studies Minor at the Department of Political Science. Attended conference in your field: I attended and presented at four conferences(2 national and one international) and at two local seminars (one at Calvin departmental seminar and one at Kent County Health Department)this last session. Other contribution: I served as a guest speaker in one of the interim classes this year to discuss cultural issues and differences among migrant families. Interdisciplinary projects: I hosted one of the lectures by the World Affairs Council (WAC) Gender Based Health Care Lecture Series in collaboration with other nursing, and political science colleague this last session. Date: 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 10, 2009 Topic: Model Projects Addressing Gender Based Health Care Issues Speakers: Sanghvi, Gillespie, and Mukherjee Hosted by: Adejoke Ayoola, Calvin College (nursing) Dianne Slager, Calvin College (nursing Attended faculty development event: I attended Kuiper reunion seminar in spring 2010 and two workshops on: 1. - June 1-4: "The Busy Professor's Approach to Assigning and Grading Writing" led by Kathi Groenendyk (CAS) 2. - June 7-10: "Presence: The Secret of Great Teaching" led by Stephanie Sandberg (CAS).
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Baez, Richard - Broene Counseling Center - 2013-2014  (9 Items) 
  0 Development & Service. Attended Beyond the ADA: Inclusive Policy and Practice - NASPA Webinar
  0 Development & Service. Attended Bias, Assumptions, and Stereotypes by Eric Foster
  0 Development & Service. Attended group panel on women's history month
  0 Development & Service. Attended Latino/a student recruitment, retention, and learning by Dr. Rebecca Hernandez
  0 Development & Service. Attended Self-Compassion and emotional Resilience Workshop
  0 Development & Service. Attended Students with Non-Apparent Disabilities: Using a Multicultural-Social Justice framework - NASPA Webinar
  0 Development & Service. Completed on-line ReNew training through MAC
  0 Development & Service. Completed on-line sexual harassment (safer spaces) training through Calvin College
  0 Development & Service. Participated in group training by Dr. Randall Boldt
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Baez, Richard - Broene Counseling Center - 2012-2013  (13 Items) 
  0 Keynote or plenary address. "A Call Towards more Effective Communication," West Michigan Counseling Association. Calvin College Prince Conference Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/28/2012
  0 Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "Effective Communication," Calvin College Leadership Challenge Institute. Snow Mountain Ranch, Grandby, Colorado. 06/23/2014
  0 Development & Service. Attended Belhar Confession sermons at Chapel every week including MLK march
  0 Development & Service. Attended Facing Racism - professional development workshop
  0 Development & Service. Attended Facing Racism a half day workshop inspired by the CRC.
  0 Development & Service. Attended Micro-Aggression presentation by Dr. Michelle Lloyd-Paige for SLD
  0 Development & Service. Attended teaching sexuality to students with developmental disabilities workshop
  0 Development & Service. Attended Tim Wise presentation on anti-racism at GVSU
  0 Development & Service. Co-taught (with Provost Claudia Beversluis) 682 Human Sexuality and Pastoral Care course at Calvin Seminary Fall 2012
  0 Development & Service. Completed Critical Incident Stress Management Certifcation
  0 Development & Service. Incarnate Leadership with emeritus professor Reverend dale Cooper
  0 Development & Service. QPR Suicide Prevention Program
  0 Development & Service. With Academics Services - Will Power and The Power of Habits
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Baez, Richard - Broene Counseling Center - 2011-2012  (4 Items) 
  0 Invited lecture. "Seven Ways to Enhance your Marital Relationship," DADS. Restaurant/bar, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/06/2011
  0 Development & Service. Attended Lakeshore Regional Summit on Race and Inclusion
  0 Development & Service. Effective Supervision Workshop
  0 Development & Service. Safer Spaces - boundaries and sexual harrassment
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Baez, Richard - Broene Counseling Center - 2010-2011  (5 Items) 
  0 Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "Premarital Preparation," Premarital Workshop. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/05/2011
  0 Professional Svcs. Baard Chair for Wellspring Counseling from 2011 to 2013
  0 Development & Service. Learning from Strangers, David Smith
  0 Development & Service. Member of Multicultural Advisory Committee from 2011 to present
  0 Development & Service. Working With Resistance for White/Colored Students in Talking About Diversity – APA Convention
TOT   0  
Baez, Richard - Broene Counseling Center - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  0 Development & Service. Have been a committee member of Sexual Assault Prevent Team (SAPT; 2010-present) as well on the Sexuality Series Advisory Team (201202013). In addition, I have attended various presentations on issues of sexuality and faith such as the End of Sexual Identity by Janell Williams and Sexuality & Faith on College Campus by Jonathon Hill.
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Bailey, Andrew - Kinesiology - 2011-2012  (4 Items) 
0 Journal article. Bailey, A. & Fernando, I (2012). "Routine and project-based leisure, happiness and meaning in life," Journal of Leisure Research 43(2).
1 Talk contributed at a conference. "Personal, Environmental, & Social predictors of camp staff burnout," International Association for Experiential Education Conference. Prime Osborn Convention Center, Jacksonville, Florida. 11/05/2011
0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed an article for the Journal of Tourism Management.
0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed an article for the Journal of Youth Studies.
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Bailey, Andrew - Kinesiology - 2010-2011  (14 Items) 
0 Other online document. Bailey (2010). Voluntourism as a catalyst of Wisdom: Outcomes of the Pay It Forward Tour. Voluntourism.org (October, 2010)
0 Invited lecture. Nature or Nurture: Determinants of Wisdom and Well-Being Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies (CSKLS) Convention. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/06/2010
2 Invited lecture. Recreation in the Community Calvin Around Town Alumni Meeting. Salvation Army Kroc Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/16/2010
0 Invited lecture. Routine and Project-based Leisure, Happiness and Meaning in Life National Recreation and Parks Association Congress & Exposition. Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 10/22/2010
0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Intrinsic Motivation, Challenge and Social Support: Antecedents of Positive Program Impact," Southeastern Recreation Research Conference. Broyhill Inn & Convention Center, Boone, North Carolina. 03/15/2011
0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Leisure Attitude and Enduring Involvement: Difference by Time Perspectives," Southeastern Recreation Research Conference. Broyhill Inn & Convention Center, Boone, North Carolina. 03/15/2011
0 Talk contributed at a conference. Project-Based Service Learning: A relevant Education International Association for Experiential Education Conference. Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada. 11/07/2010
0 Talk contributed at a conference. What the 'F': Linking Failure and Feedback to Facilitate Learning. International Association for Experiential Education Conference. Prime Osborn Convention Center, Jacksonville, Florida. 11/05/2011
0 Internal grant. Center For Social Research, Center for Social Research
0 Professional Svcs. Article reviewer for the Journal of Tourism Management
0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed an article for the Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management.
0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed an article for the Journal of Positive Psychology.
0 Student Learning. Analysis of personal, environmental, and social factors contributing to Camp Staff burnout. A study and comparison of 4 camps.
0 Student Learning. Conducted research on the factors leading to camp staff burnout at 4 camps during the summer of 2010. A student researcher conducted the analysis and wrote a brief report to be submitted for a presentation.
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Bailey, Andrew - Kinesiology - 2009-2010  (10 Items) 
0 Journal article. Bailey, A. & Russell, K. (2009). Engaging Youth Through Volunteer Travel: In Service of the Common Good. Youth Development Journal, 4 (4), 60-72. Peer reviewed.
0 Journal article. Bailey, A. & Russell, K. (2010). Predictors of Interpersonal Growth in Volunteer Tourism: A Latent Curve Approach. Leisure Sciences, 30(4). Peer reviewed.
0 Talk contributed at a conference. A way to Wisdom through Service and Relationships International Association for Experiential Education Conference. Hilton Montreal Bonaventure, Montreal, Quebec. 10/20/2009
0 Talk contributed at a conference. Decoding the Voluntourism Process: A case study of the Pay It Forward Tour International Association for Experiential Education Conference. Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada. 07/11/2010
1 Talk contributed at a conference. Personal, Environmental, & Social predictors of camp staff burnout. International Association for Experiential Education Conference. Prime Osborn Convention Center, Jacksonville, Florida. 05/11/2011
0 Professional Svcs. Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Leisure Research
0 Professional Svcs. Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Youth Studies
0 Professional Svcs. Peer Reviewer for the Unconventional Journal of Parks, Tourism, and Recreation Research
0 Curriculum. Our REC 304 (Management) course involved organizational analyses and project-based service-learning for 5 local organizations: Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation, Camp Tall Turf, Camp Roger, Camp O'Malley, and the Grand Rapids Kroc Center. Each group of 4-5 students investigated current issues for the organization, identified a problem that they hoped to address, and dedicated 25+ hours (each) to solving that specific problem.
0 Student Learning. Currently working on 2 research projects with student teams in independent studies: 1) Measuring the process and outcomes of the wilderness orientation program, 2) Measuring predictors of camp staff burnout Implemented a community-based element to every academic class. REC 203 requires direct leadership in a community-based placement, REC 305 requires program design for a variety of local agencies, REC 304 requires developing a contract with a local agency to solve a current management issue, REC 312 requires writing and submitting a grant for a local agency.
TOT   1  
Bailey, Patrick - Computer Science - 2013-2014  (12 Items) 
  0 Drama/musical performance. "Freedom," Original play written for the 2nd Annual Lake Effect Fringe Fesitval for Theater. Dog Story Theatre, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/14/2014
  0 Keynote or plenary address. "The Big Deal About Big Data," West Michigan Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) Meeting. Cornerstone University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/03/2014
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Tools in the Cloud for Big Data," Software Developer Conference. Davenport University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/22/2014
  0 Curriculum. After a year's worth of research, attending conferences through personal funds and engaging with industry, developed a foundational course for the interim titled "Big Decisions with Big Data."
  0 Student Learning. Attended and escorted a student to West Michigan Association of Information Technology Professionals luncheon talk at Cornerstone University.
  0 Student Learning. Escorted students to the professional gathering dinner and presentation for the Association of Information Technology Professionals on 10/24/2013. Participating students were Naomi Hamilton, Rabbi Sarpong, Maame Sarpong, Peter Schipper, and Aera Lew.
  0 Public Service. Attended Bostwick Lake UCC service on Sunday, September 22, to meet Dennis Ghost who talked about his Lakota Heritage. This was related to volunteer trips I and others from that church made to Pine Ridge Reservation, S.D.
  0 Public Service. Board member of Software GR ( http://softwaregr.org/ )
  0 Public Service. Diagnosed and repaired a mission critical database for Calvin's Education Department.
  0 Public Service. Member of Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference planning committee. The conference is planned for May, 2014.
  0 Public Service. Organizing chair for West Michigan's Night of Development on Dec 3, 2013.
  0 Public Service. Participated in a reception and talk on the Lakota Culture. Main speaker was Dennis Ghost. Activity was at Bostwick Lake UCC Church on September 22, 2013.
TOT   0  
Bailey, Patrick - Computer Science - 2012-2013  (22 Items) 
  0 Magazine article. Bailey, Patrick M; "Where Are the Interns," StickyMinds Online Journal, Techwell of Software Testing and Quality Engineering, September 18, 2012 http://manage.techwell.com/articles/weekly/where-are-interns http://manage.techwell.com/articles/weekly/where-are-interns
  0 Magazine article. Bailey, Patrick M; "Where Are the Interns," StickyMinds Online Journal, Techwell of Software Testing and Quality Engineering, September 18, 2012 http://www.stickyminds.com/s.asp?F=S17672_ART_2 http://www.stickyminds.com/s.asp?F=S17672_ART_2
  0 Drama/musical performance. "Four Wounded Women (Character of Leo)," Presenation of an original play by Mike Smolinsky. Dog Story Theater, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 05/02/2013
  2 Drama/musical performance. "The Interview," One act play. Lake Effect Fringe Festival, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/22/2013
  4 Invited lecture. "Basics I Computer Course," Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning (CALL). Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/25/2012
  0 Invited lecture. "The Art of Debate," Regularly scheduled communications class. Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/24/2012
  0 Invited lecture. "The Browser's Gateway to the World," Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning (CALL). Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/28/2013
  0 Invited lecture. Policy Debate Regular class. Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/05/2013
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Do Christian Values and Trends in Information Processing Suggest Privacy Laws are Outdated?" Symposium on Technology and Human Flourishing. Baylor University, Waco, Texas. 10/25/2012
  0 Wrote play. "A Burning Heart," One act play. Lake Effect Fringe Festival, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/15/2013
  0 Professional Svcs. Providing software development for Tenon Global, Inc. to support a new ERP system.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed spreadsheet for security maturity model assessment for Calvin IT and its collaboration with other colleges. Further, provided enhancements to the use of the worksheet.
  0 Curriculum. Attended a seminar on Big Data topics at Michigan State University.
  0 Student Learning. Dynamic Link is a conference to bring students and working professionals together. Students organize the conference and prepare position papers for it.
  0 Student Learning. Dynamic Link required students conduct research, author position papers and provide a presentation on the background of focus group discussions. Further, the students were required to organize the conference. This year's Dynamic Link Conference included 74 participants on Saturday, April 27. The following students participated: Sylvia Ampadu Robert Barg Greg Boer Jordan Botbyl Kyle Draving Joe Geenen Alex Gray David Klooster Tyler Kooistra Osita Mefor David Minnema Gary Ossewaarde Cameron PreFontaine Ewurabena Sarpong Justin Vanderhooft Greg VanderWal
  0 Student Learning. Gained approval of a proposal to host Michigan Celebration of Women in Computing at Calvin College. It is a conference aimed at encouraging high school and college aged women to consider careers in computing.
  0 Student Learning. Supervised an independent study of two students to port an application in support of an economics research project of Dr. Becky Hany. This included providing lecture and guidance on software testing practices.
  0 Development & Service. Big data conference in Boston.
  0 Development & Service. Diagnosed and repaired database supporting management of journal publications for Dr. Jennifer Holberg.
  0 Public Service. Board member of SoftwareGR (SoftwareGR.org)
  0 Public Service. Board of directors and organizing committee for the Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference (GLSEC) for 2013.
  0 Public Service. Member of organizational committee for Grand Rapids Day of Development to held March 2, 2013 at Calvin College.
TOT   6  
Bailey, Patrick - Computer Science - 2011-2012  (7 Items) 
  0 Magazine article. Bailey, Patrick M., "Good Architecture, Good Leadership," TechWell of STQE (online journal) http://www.techwell.com/articles/weekly/good-architecture-good-leadership http://www.techwell.com/articles/weekly/good-architecture-good-leadership
  18 Publisher and Editor. Dynamic Link: Journal of Christian Perspectives on Software Development, Issue 3, 2011-2012 http://cs.calvin.edu/p/DynamicLinkJournal
  0 Invited lecture. "Software Testing Fundamentals," Grand Rapids Library RFID Project. Grand Rapids Public Library, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/22/2011
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Lightning Talk: Computing Interns," BarCamp 2012. Calvin College DeVos Comm Ctr, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 08/25/2012
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Session Talk: The Creative Process," BarCamp 2012. Calvin College DeVos Comm Ctr, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 08/25/2012
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "The Faith Perspective on Trust and the Internet," Grand Dialogue Conference. Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan. 03/24/2012
  0 Development & Service. Diagnosed and repaired mission critical database for Calvin Education Department.
TOT   18  
Bailey, Patrick - Computer Science - 2010-2011  (12 Items) 
  0 Conducted workshop. "Project Management Leadership," International Conference on Computing and Missions. Taylor University, Upland, Indiana. 06/21/2011
  0 Invited lecture. "Software Quality Assurance," Training provided to the Grand Rapids Public Library staff to support the RFID project. Grand Rapids Public Library, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 05/05/2011
  0 Invited lecture. Gentle Introduction to Use Cases Training provided to the Grand Rapids Public Library staff to prepare for requirements gathering for the RFID project.. Grand Rapids Public Library, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/08/2011
  0 Invited lecture. God's Use Case Colloquium for Hope computer science students.. Hope College, Holland, Michigan. 10/28/2010
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Why all the fuss about cloud computing?" Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference (GLSEC). Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/16/2011
  0 Professional Svcs. Composed the questions that will be part of Prometric's certification testing. Specifically covered Unix/Linux system administration. Questions also underwent peer review.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed the pre-testing preparation material and test questions in Management Information Systems for Prometric.
  0 Student Learning. Students from the IS371 class supported projects for the local community. The IS371 class requires all students to be in leadership positions for at least four weeks. All the activities supported by the student leaders and student teams throughout the Spring 2011 semester were as follows: 1. For the Grand Rapids Public Library, students developed use cases to support the software development for the implementation of Radio Frequency Tag ID technology. 2. For the Calvin Academy of Lifelong Learning, students organized a survey and made a recommendation on content for a foundations in information technology class that will be provided in Fall, 2010. 3. Students organized the 2011 Dynamic Link Conference which took place on Saturday, April 30, 2011 on the Calvin Campus. 4. Students conducted research and interviewed administrative offices on the Calvin Campus in support of a research project to understand the use of ad hoc databases in nonprofit organizations.
  0 Student Learning. The Dynamic Link conference, held on April 30, 2011, brought students and working professionals together in a conference that combined worship and thoughtful discussion about software development and information technology. Students were required to research topics to support three discussion groups. Each group had a student facilitator and a guest facilitator, who acted as a supporting mentor to the student. After the morning keynotes, the students and guests discussed the assigned topics and then reported conclusions back to a general session. The Christian perspective was encouraged in each of the discussions. The three discussion topics were as follows: -Lost Opportunities: Is There a Corporate Responsibility to Attract Women to Computing Professions? -The Call for Responsible Software Developers: Should Society Require Licensing for Software Engineers? -It's Still There: Do Chief Information Officers Have an Inherent Responsibility to Identify and Address the Digital Divide? In addition to the 19 students of the IS371 class, the event was attended by 55 computing students and working professionals. Full information about the conference is at http://cs.calvin.edu/p/DynamicLink The conclusions of the three discussion groups will be published in the next Dynamic Link Journal.
  0 Public Service. Active member of Software GR Board of Directors and its supporting conference, The Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference (GLSEC).
  0 Public Service. Member of planning committee for West Michigan .Net User Group's Day of Development Conference, scheduled for Fall 2011.
  0 Public Service. Provided Calvin Computer Science sponsorship, logistical support and coordination for the Day of .Net Conference held October 23, 2010.
TOT   0  
Bailey, Patrick - Computer Science - 2009-2010  (8 Items) 
  0 Magazine article. "Par for the Course," Management Chronicles Column, Software Quality Engineering, Better Software Magazine, November/December 2009, pg 16-17
  1 Publication and Editor of Journal. Dynamic Link:Christian Perspectives on Software Development, 2009-2010, Department of Computer Science, Calvin College
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Good Communication and Leadership Through Architecture Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference (GLSEC). Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/16/2009
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Love...Keeps No Records of Wrongs Grand Dialogue Conference. Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan. 03/20/2010
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Power up with Powershell Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference (GLSEC). Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/17/2009
  0 Professional Svcs. Developed Project Plan for Library RFID Implementation, pro-bono work for the Grand Rapids Public Library for application submission for National Leadership Grant (NLG), Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), January 2010
  0 Public Service. Conference Chair, Great Lakes Software Excellence Conference (GLSEC), November 16 and 17, 2009, Prince Conference Center
  0 Public Service. Member of Commmunity Center Internet/Linux installation for a Virtual High School in conjunction with GVSU and Bostwick Lake United Christian Church Mission Group at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, S.D., August, 2009
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Baker, Judith - Nursing - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
0 Session chair/panelist. Panel discussion on the Health Care Bill Panel discussion on the Health Care Bill. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/29/2010
0 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
TOT   0  
Bakker, Debra - Kinesiology - 2010-2011  (2 Items) 
  0 Professional Svcs. Teaching CPR/AED and first aid certifications to teacher education students, coaches, student workers in the VanNoord arena, healthy habits, and athletic trainers. Representative for the Midwest AAHPERD health council.
  0 Development & Service. This is my 3rd year of serving as a mentor for Annika Soule I continue to advise graduate students and teach on-line courses to enable them to get their health education endorsement.
TOT   0  
Barbachyn, Michael - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2012-2013  (8 Items) 
  0 Invited lecture. "Challenges in the Discovery of New Antibacterial Agents," Seminar Series. University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana. 11/15/2012
  0 Invited lecture. "TB: Medical Need, Current Therapies, and Studies Leading to a Novel Oxazolidinone Antitubercular Agent, Sutezolid (PNU-100480)," CHEM 295 Seminar Series. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/11/2012
  0 Professional Svcs. Examined an in-licensing opportunity for a major East Coast pharmaceutical company and provided a professional opinion/recommendation.
  0 Professional Svcs. Examined the chemical equity of an in-licensing opportunity, in an independent third-party role, for a major East Coast pharmaceutical company and provided a professional opinion/recommendation.
  0 Professional Svcs. I served as an invited reviewer on the NIH Drug Discovery and Mechanisms of Antimicrobial Resistance study section held in San Francisco, CA, on February 14-15, 2013.
  0 Professional Svcs. I was an invited ad hoc member of the NIH Drug Discovery and Mechanisms of Antimicrobial Resistance Study Section (38 members), held in Bethesda, MD on June 20-21. The Study Section reviewed 108 submitted R01, R03 and R21 research proposal applications.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed and provided a professional opinion and constructive feedback on a business development presentation for a West Coast biotech company.
  0 Professional Svcs. Third party medicinal chemistry consulting service provided to AstraZeneca, a major pharmaceutical company, on two collaboration/in-licensing opportunities under consideration in the anti-infective area. Formal reports generated and submitted to AstraZeneca.
TOT   0  
Bascom, Johnathan - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies - 2012-2013  (8 Items) 
  0 Chapel speaker. "Acts 8: The Testimony of the Ethiopian Eunuch," Calvin Chapel talk. Calvin College Chapel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/28/2012
  0 Church group presentation. "The Gospel Goes to Africa: The Ethiopian Eunuch," Sunday evening service. church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/11/2012
  0 Invited lecture. "Writing a New Geography of Ethiopia: An Invitation to Participate," Department of Geography. Haramaya University, Dire Dawa, Ethiopia. 02/07/2013
  0 Federal grant. "November 2012 Strengthening Higher Education Geography in Ethiopia,", US Embassy / Ethiopia
  0 Professional Svcs. Ethiopian Geographical Review
  0 Professional Svcs. Ethiopian Geographical Review: Facilitating the relaunch of the journal, including considerable professional editing
  0 Professional Svcs. Editor-in-Chief, The Ethiopian National Atlas: cartographic designer, text editor, and production supervisor
  0 Professional Svcs. The external examiner for a PhD dissertation defense, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Addis Ababa (June 19, 2012)
TOT   0  
Bascom, Johnathan - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies - 2011-2012  (7 Items) 
  0 Journal article. "The Surprising 'Terrain' of University-Level Geography in Ethiopia" (2011), African Geographical Review, Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 19 - 34. (First author with Desalegn W., Tegegne G., and Yirgalem M.) Peer reviewed.
  0 Journal article. Geographic Literacy and Moral Formation among University Students (2011). Review of International Geographical Education Online (RIGEO), Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 92 - 112. Peer reviewed.
  0 Invited lecture. "Writing a New Geography of Ethiopia: An Invitation to Participate," Departament of Geography and Environmental Studies, Seminar Series. Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 04/19/2112
  0 Invited lecture. Writing a New Geography of Ethiopia: An Invitation to Participate Seminar, Faculty of Social Siences. Bahir Dar University, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia. 12/16/2011
  0 External contract. Digital Atlas Workshop, Public Affairs Office, US Embassy, Ethiopia
  0 Federal grant. Fulbright Scholar, IIE
  0 Professional Svcs. African Geographical Review: leadership direction for the journal
TOT   0  
Bascom, Johnathan - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies - 2010-2011  (5 Items) 
  0 Department Seminar. Geographic Illiteracy, Empathic Knowledge, & Narcissistic Study Abroad Geology, Geography and Environmental Studies Department seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/01/2011
  0 Federal grant. Fulbright Award,
  0 Federal grant. Strengthening Geography in Ethiopia, Fulbright Scholar
  0 Internal grant. Strengthening Geography in Ethiopia, Sabbatical
  0 Public Service. Chair of Church Council - Significant amount of work since July 2010 and, yet more, since March 2011 with regard to budget, move to new bldg, and theological debate.
TOT   0  
Bascom, Johnathan - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies - 2009-2010  (12 Items) 
  1 Poster presentation. Teaching National Atlas-Making Skills for Developing Countries using GIS Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. Marriott, Washington, DC. 04/15/2010
  0 Session chair/panelist. Critical Water Issues in Northern Kenya Critical Issue Forum on Water. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/02/2010
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Spatial learning and geographical educational using the GeoLearner Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. Marriott, Washington, DC. 04/14/2010
  0 Professional Svcs. African Geographical Review
  0 Professional Svcs. Editorial Board, African Geographical Review
  0 Curriculum. Continued development and marketing of GeoLearner. GeoLearner is an educational software program designed to improve knowledge of World Regional Geography. The software is based on Adobe Flash programming and features a series of interactive maps to supplement classroom instruction in a variety of courses and training functions. Quiz sets feature freePLACETM technology that strengthens users' spatial knowledge of cities, countries, and physical features for every region of the world. The product allows geographic literacy to be taught and tested in a manner more engaging than ever before available.
  0 Curriculum. Significant outlay of time to further develop and market a new software product with the Calvin's Enterprise Center. GeoLearner is an educational software program designed to improve knowledge of World Regional Geography. The software is based on Adobe Flash programming and features a series of interactive maps to supplement classroom instruction in a variety of courses and training functions. Quiz sets feature freePLACETM technology that strengthens users' spatial knowledge of cities, countries, and physical features for every region of the world. The product allows geographic literacy to be taught and tested in a manner more engaging than ever before available.
  0 Student Learning. "An Electronic Atlas for Eritrea," A. Quackenbush, Science Division Fellow
  0 Student Learning. Independent Study for Honors Student (Bethany Van Kooten) on The Power of Place (H. de Blij's new book)
  0 Development & Service. Chair, Geo Department, Calvin College Member, International Development Studies Ad Hoc Faculty Committee, Calvin College Member, African and African Diaspora Studies Ad Hoc Faculty Committee, Calvin College Co-Director, 2010 McGregor Student Fellow Summer Program (10 student/faculty mentorships)
  0 Development & Service. Facilitated an electronically-delivered chapel service at Calvin by our interim group in Ethiopia, including the bulk of the narration.
  0 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
TOT   1  
Bays, Dan - History - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
0 Book authored. A New History of Christianity in China (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).
TOT   0  
Bays, Dan - History - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
0 Journal article. "American Public Discourse on the Church in China," The China Review, 9,2 (fall, 2009)1-16 review of Lian Xi, Redeemed by Fire, the Riae od Popular Chrisianity in Modern China, in international Journal of Missionary Research, July 2010/ foreward, "Bishop Roots and the Church in China," in Motoko Huthwaite,ed., from Chin WITH lOVE:Letters of Bishop and Nrs, Logan Rootsin China, 1900-1934 (Eastbridge, 2010)
TOT   0  
Bebej, Ryan - Biology - 2013-2014  (10 Items) 
  1 Poster presentation. "A whale of a tale: origins of tail-powered swimming in early cetaceans," Calvin College Science Division Research Fair. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/18/2013
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. K.M. Smith, A.K. Hastings, R.M. Bebej, M.D. Uhen: "Temporal and paleoenvironmental distribution of Basilosaurus (Mammalia: Cetacea) in the southeastern United States: new evidence from the Eocene of southwest Georgia," 10th North American Paleontological Convention. Hilton University of Florida Conference Center, Gainesville, Florida. 02/18/2014
  1 Talk contributed at a conference. M.A. Braun, R.M. Bebej: "Tail anatomy of the protocetid archaeocete Maiacetus inuus (Mammalia, Cetacea): insights into the evolution of aquatic locomotion in early whales," Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, & Letters (MASAL) Conference. Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan. 02/28/2014
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed a manuscript for Marine Mammal Science (September 2013).
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed a manuscript for the Journal of Mammalian Evolution (October 2013).
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed a manuscript for the Journal of Zoology (March 2014).
  0 Development & Service. Committee service -- Biology Department faculty-undergraduate networking committee, Biology Department prospective student and alumni concerns committee (2013-2014)
  0 Development & Service. Committee service -- Calvin College Rhetoric across the Curriculum Committee (2013-2014)
  0 Development & Service. Committee service -- Christian Perspectives in Science Seminar Committee, Science Division Neuroscience Ad Hoc Committee (2013-2014)
  0 Development & Service. Participated in OneCampus: A Facilitated Discussion workshop (December 5, 2013)
TOT   2  
Bebej, Ryan - Biology - 2012-2013  (22 Items) 
  0 Book review. Book review: "Evolution and Belief: Confessions of a Religious Paleontologist" by Robert J. Asher, Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 65, no. 1 (2013): 56-58.
  0 Invited lecture. "Fossil evidence for the evolution of the earliest whales," Geology, Geography, and Environmental Studies Department seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/26/2013
  0 Session panelist. "What I wish I'd known my first year at Calvin," Calvin College New Faculty Orientation. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 08/20/2013
  0 Session panelist. Graduate school preparation panel, Calvin College Biology Department Seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/15/2013
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "First evidence of Remingtonocetidae (Mammalia, Cetacea) outside Indo-Pakistan: new genus from the early middle Eocene of Egypt," Society of Vertebrate Paleontology annual meeting. Raleigh Convention Center, Raleigh, North Carolina. 10/17/2012
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. K.M. Smith, A. Hastings, R.M. Bebej: "Evolution, dispersal, and habitat preference of Basilosaurus (Mammalia: Cetacea) in the southeastern United States: new evidence from the Eocene of southwest Georgia," 62nd Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Section of the Geological Society of America. Caribe Hilton, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 03/21/2013
  0 Internal grant. Calvin College Alumni Association Faculty Research Grant, Alumni
  0 Professional Svcs. Participated in Smithsonian Institution digital archive research study (August 5, 2013)
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed a manuscript for the Alabama Museum of Natural History Bulletin.
  0 Curriculum. Member of BIOL 225L planning committee -- Worked with Dave Koetje, Herb Fynewever, Curt Blankespoor, Darren Proppe, and Dave Warners innovative new BIOL 225 lab modules to be implemented in fall 2013.
  0 Student Learning. Collaboration with Calvin student Melissa Braun to investigate tail function in modern mammals in order to interpret tail function in fossil whales (summer 2013).
  0 Development & Service. Attended Science Division summer breakfast workshop “Using learning theory to inform instructional decision-making,” led by Crystal Bruxvoort (May 28, 2013)
  0 Development & Service. Attended Science Division summer breakfast workshop “What do courses based on constructivist and cognitivist learning theories look like?” led by Dave Koetje and Amy Wiltermann (June 4, 2013)
  0 Development & Service. Attended Science Division summer breakfast workshop “Who are our college students?” led by Julie Yonker (June 18, 2013)
  0 Development & Service. Attended Science Division summer breakfast workshop led by Stan Haan (July 16, 2013)
  0 Development & Service. Attended Science Division summer breakfast workshop led by Stan Haan (July 23, 2013)
  0 Development & Service. Attended Science Division summer breakfast workshop led by Stan Haan (July 30, 2013)
  0 Development & Service. Committee service -- Biology Department curriculum committee, Biology Department faculty-undergraduate networking committee
  0 Development & Service. Exit interview and departmental discussion with outgoing faculty member Yaw Bediako about his experiences as a minority faculty member at Calvin (May 14, 2013).
  0 Development & Service. Fridays at Calvin -- participated in 3 lunches (November 16, 2012; March 1, 2013; March 8, 2013)
  0 Development & Service. Passport advisor (July 2, 2013)
  0 Development & Service. We-Haul volunteer (August 28, 2013)
TOT   0  
Bebej, Ryan - Biology - 2011-2012  (3 Items) 
  0 Development & Service. Attended "Perspectives on grading" workshop led by Jim Rooks at the fall faculty conference (August 23, 2012).
  0 Development & Service. Attended "Sustainability at Calvin: history, updates, and recent events" workshop led by Nata Haan, Gail Heffner, Matt Heun, and Geneva Langeland at the fall faculty conference (August 23, 2012).
  0 Development & Service. Attended "Teaching for understanding in science: designing learner-centered instruction in lab,” led by Diane Ebert-May (Michigan State University) at the Bunker Interpretive Center.
TOT   0  
Bediako, Yaw - Biology - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  0 Speaker at Departmental Seminar. "Role of SAP in the acquisition of Innate Phenotype in M3-restricted CD8+ T cell responses," Biology Department Seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/21/2012
TOT   0  
Bediako, Yaw - Biology - 2011-2012  (3 Items) 
  0 Student Learning. Have agreed (as requested by students) to serve as Faculty Advisor for the newly formed African Student's Association. This is a student initiative aimed at providing African students with a formal platform to voice their ideas and opinions, foster better relations between African students and the college as a whole all the while celebrating and promoting the rich culture and diversity of the African continent.
  0 Student Learning. Streetfest Mentor
  0 Development & Service. Attended workshop on science teaching led by Diane Ebert-May at Calvin's Bunker Interpretive Center. Funded by NSF-TUES grant to Calvin faculty D. Koetje and H. Fynewever.
TOT   0  
Benson, David - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  0 Student Learning. Student collection and analysis of chemical data from ponds on Calvin's campus with Chem 103 honors and Chem 105 honors sections. Students presented data at Fall CEAP conference. New in 2013 was collaborative collection of biological data linked with chemical data on biological health of Calvin ponds.
TOT   0  
Benson, David - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2012-2013  (8 Items) 
  3 Book chapter. D.E. Benson, S.R. De Haan, C.E. Hulderman and M.D. Swain, "Electron Transfer Quenching for Biosensing with Quantum Dots", in "Quantum Dot Sensors: Technology and Commercial Applications", Eds. J. Callan, F. M. Raymo, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 2013 http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9789814316002
  5 Journal article. Martine RJ, Godakumbura PI, Porter EG, Divakaran A, Burkhart BJ, Wertz JT, Benson DE "Identifying proteins that can form tyrosine-cysteine crosslinks," Metallomics, 4, 2012, 1037-1042. Peer reviewed. http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2012/mt/c2mt20093g
  5 Journal article. Opperwall SR, Divakaran A, Porter EG, Christians JA, DenHartigh AJ, Benson DE "Wide Dynamic Range Sensing with Single Quantum Dot Biosensors," ACS Nano, 6, 2012, 8078-8086. Peer reviewed. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/nn303347k
  0 Professional Svcs. Panalist for the National Science Foundation, March 2013. Reviewed over 50 grant proposals and made recommendations for funding for the Chemistry of Life Processes program.
  0 Professional Svcs. Refereed over 13 manuscripts for Chemical Comminucations, ACS Nano, The Analyst, and Inorganic Chemistry
  0 Student Learning. Mentored two students for lead ion analysis in drinking water for three homes. This study showed no increase in lead ion concentrations from partial service line replacement, as predicted from a study in Washington DC. None of the houses tested were above the maximum contaminant level after partial service line replacement. This data was shared with Paul Haan at Healthy Homes Coalition.
  0 Student Learning. Participated in Project SEED program for fourth year. Mentored a research project for Tempestt Anderson (Grand Rapids Christian High School, African-American, female) for 8 weeks.
  0 Student Learning. Student collection and analysis of chemical data from ponds on Calvin's campus with Chem 103 honors and Chem 105 honors sections. Students presented data at Fall CEAP conference. New in 2012 was collaborative involvement of Biol 123 honors to assess 14 years of chemistry department data for the CEAP program.
TOT   13  
Benson, David - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2011-2012  (11 Items) 
  0 Professional Svcs. Consulted for Heat Transfer International (Kentwood, MI) for chemical analysis of waste-stream from energy reclamation of municipal waste.
  0 Professional Svcs. Consulted with Heat Transfer International (HTI; Kentwood, MI) to bring up analytical services laboratory. HTI is focused on converting refuse into electrical and chemical energy from combustion. One of their main goals is leaving the by-products of this process to have a lower level of contaminants than the initial feedstocks. An analysis laboratory for cations in solids and untrapped gases evolved in these processes are essential in this assessment. I have met with a team from HTI to bring their analysis standard operating procedures up to compliance and diagnosed problems.
  0 Professional Svcs. From September 2011 to August 2012 I have reviewed over twenty manuscripts seeking publication in chemistry and biochemistry journals from the American Chemical Society and Royal Society of Chemistry/.
  0 Professional Svcs. Served as a consultant for Heat Transfer International (Kentwood, MI) to set up an analytical chemistry laboratory. Activity was paused in August 2012 due to time committments.
  0 Curriculum. David Dornbos and myself have officially linked Chem 103/105 Honors section with Biol 123 Honors section to assess Chemical and Biological health of Calvin's ponds. This extends biological data to the 15 years of chemical data collected on Calvin's ponds. Fall 2012 is the first linked Honors section where over 25 students are enrolled in both sections and will be doing both chemical and biological analysis.
  0 Student Learning. mentored 6 student researchers this past summer.
  0 Student Learning. Mentored four students to work with Phil Haan at Healthy Homes Coalition to monitor lead ion concentrations in Grand Rapids homes before and after partial water service line replacement.
  0 Student Learning. Mentored one student who expanded a study on lead analysis of drinking water in Grand Rapids homes that underwent partial service-line replacements. This provided a baseline of lead ion concentration in drinking water of five homes. The data was linked up with Healthy Homes Coalition (Paul Haan, contact).
  0 Student Learning. Mentored Sam Mudzingwa (East Kentwood High School) for 8-weeks through Project SEED at Calvin during summer research.
  0 Student Learning. Student collection and analysis of chemical data from ponds on Calvin's campus with Chem 103 honors and Chem 105 honors sections. Students presented data at Fall CEAP conference.
  0 Student Learning. Supervised two students in Chem 329 collecting tap water samples from grand rapids houses for lead analysis in drinking water. This data was linked up with two houses from Healthy Homes Coalition (Paul Haan, contact).
TOT   0  
Benson, David - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2010-2011  (26 Items) 
  3 Book chapter. "Electron Transfer Semiconductor Nanoparticle Biosensors," in Quantum Dot Sensors: Technology and Commercial Applications, Wiley-Blackwell, to be published 11/2010
  3 Invited lecture. Posttranslational Tyrosine Modifications to Remove Electrons weekly seminar, Biochemistry Department. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. 03/15/2011
  1 Poster presentation. Investigations of Tyrosine-Cysteine Crosslinks MIdwest Enzyme Chemistry Conference. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. 10/16/2010
  2 Poster presentation. Investigations of Tyrosine-Cysteine Crosslinks West Michigan Regional Undergraduate Science Research Conference. Van Andel Research Institute, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/30/2010
  2 Poster presentation. Photoinduced Electron Transfer Based Nanobiosensor Development West Michigan Regional Undergraduate Science Research Conference. Van Andel Research Institute, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/31/2010
  1 Poster presentation. Searching for a Novel Crosslinked Protein Derived Cofactor in Hemoglobin West Michigan Regional Undergraduate Science Research Conference. Van Andel Research Institute, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/31/2010
  3 Poster presentation. Single Molecule Fluorescence Spectroscopy for Ultrasensitive Biosensing West Michigan Regional Undergraduate Science Research Conference. Van Andel Research Institute, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/31/2010
  6 Talk contributed at a conference. "How Prevalent are Crosslinked Protein Derived Cofactors?" Bioinorganic Chemistry, 15th International Conference. University of British Columbia, VanCouver, British Columbia. 08/07-12/2011
  0 Federal grant. ARI-R2: Integrated Science Research Experimental Laboratory, NSF
  0 Federal grant. RUI: Role and Formation of Tyrosine-Cysteine Protein Cofactors, NSF
  0 Internal grant. Engineered Proteins for Cellular Imaging and to Understand Protein Function, Academic Year CRF
  0 Internal grant. UEngineered Proteins for Cellular Imaging and to Understand Protein Function, Academic Year CRF
  0 Professional Svcs. Review Editor, Frontiers in Neuroengineering
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed 2 proposals for the Chemistry of Life Processes Program at National Science Foundation.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed manuscripts for the following professional journals: Analyst, Angewante Chemie Intl. Ed. (4), Biochemistry, Chemical Communications (4), Journal of the American Chemical Society (3), Langmuir, and Nature Nanotechnology.
  0 Professional Svcs. Served on Review Panel for the Major Research Instrumentation Program at National Science Foundation
  0 Curriculum. Developed modified curriculum from Chem 330 in response to implementing Chem 230 as a new course in the chemistry/biochemistry major.
  0 Curriculum. Served on Chemistry Curriculum Committee to assess how General Chemistry and the entire Chemistry curriculum could be improved and streamlined.
  0 Curriculum. Worked With Jason VanHorn to implement GPS technology into the Water Quality Analysis project form Chem 103/104 Honors. (poster presentation at Fall 2010 CEAP Conference)
  0 Student Learning. I have mentored the following students in my research laboratory over this time period: Stacy DeHaan, Matthew Borr, Ryan Martinie, Anand Divikaran, Elizabeth Porter, and Brandon Bukhart.
  0 Student Learning. Student collection and analysis of chemical data from ponds on Calvin's campus with Chem 103 honors and Chem 105 honors sections. Students presented data at Fall CEAP conference.
  0 Development & Service. Applied for and participated in Project SEED 2011, a high school research opportunity program for underrepresented minorities in the sciences.
  0 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.
  0 Development & Service. Taught Engineering 106 for first time and facilitated communication, grading, student requests between myself (Chemistry) and Wentzheimer, Sykes, and Si (Engineering).
  0 Public Service. Heading post-high school and young adult ministry at InSpirit Church (CRC).
  0 Public Service. Mentored Matthew Igo (Hudsonville High School) in Project SEED 2011.
TOT   21  
Benson, David - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2009-2010  (36 Items) 
  11 Invited lecture. Single Molecule Fluorescence Spectroscopy for Ultrasensitive Biosensing Office of Navel Research (ONR) Contractor's Meeting. 875 N. Randolph Street, Arlington, Virginia. 06/10/2010
  6 Poster presentation. 2009 Water Project: Significant Historical Water Chemistry Trends Calvin Environmental Assessment Program (CEAP) Poster Session, Fall 2009. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/03/2009
  2 Poster presentation. Analysis of Single Nanoparticle Biosensors West Michigan Regional Undergraduate Science Research Conference. Van Andel Research Institute, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/31/2009
  0 External grant (not govt). Project SEED Summer I Award, American Chemical Society
  0 Federal grant. ARI-R2: Integrated Science Research Experimental Laboratory, NSF
  0 Federal grant. MRI-R2: Acquisition of Biophysical Instruments for Interdisciplinary Faculty and Student Research, NSF
  0 Federal grant. MRI: Acquisition of a 500 MHz NMR Spectrometer to Enhance Faculty and Student Research, NSF
  0 Federal grant. MRI: MALDI Acquisition for Collaborative Species and Biomolecule Identification, NSF
  0 Internal grant. CRF, "Engineered Proteins for Cellular Imaging and to Understand Protein Function", Academic Year CRF
  0 Internal grant. ISRI Summer Support for Ryan Martinie, HHMI
  0 Professional Svcs. Review Editor for Frontiers in Neuroengineering
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed 1 manuscript for Angewante Chemie International Edition
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed 1 manuscript for Bioconjugate Chemistry.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed 1 manuscript for iBiology
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed 1 manuscript for Langmuir.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed 1 manuscript for The Analyst.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed 10 grants on a 60 grant panel for the CRIF program at National Science Foundation (NSF)
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed 2 manuscripts for Journal of Materials Chemistry
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed 2 manuscripts for Journal of the American Chemical Society
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed 4 manuscripts for Biochemistry
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed 8 grants for 40 grant panel for the American Heart Association
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed two grants for NSF as write in grants without participating in panel review.
  0 Professional Svcs. Wrote and reviewed Analytical Chemsitry questions for the Chemistry subject GRE through the Educational Testing Service
  0 Curriculum. Added two new laboratory activities to Chem 201: Gas Chromatography and MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry. The mass spectrometry experiment used our recently acquired Bruker MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer with funds from National Science Foundation.
  0 Curriculum. Chem 103H/104H: Surveyed 12 years of water quality data collected by this course. Reported this with students to the Fall 2009 CEAP conference. We found elevated pH, nitrate, and conductivity valuse in ponds on the NW side of campus. The cause and effects of these findings are under investigation.
  0 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.
  0 Curriculum. Chem 230 Visualization Laboratory: 12 new laboratory exercises were developed using web or computer based tools to visualize molecular geometries, chemical bonding concepts, symmetry and group theory concepts, and scientific literature searching.
  0 Curriculum. Developed a Faith & Learning module on Chem 201 on Dr. Jeffrey Wigand's disclosure of Tobacco Industry policies in public hearings on treating Tobacco as a drug. Many activities were presented to students that all included viewing the Hollywood portrayal (The Insider, 1999) of 60 Minutes pulling the interview for corporate politics.
  0 Curriculum. Developed a new course in Chemistry (Chem 230, Essential Inorganic Chemistry) from course proposal to implementation to teaching the course in Spring 2010. Significant additional features of the course are noted in following records.
  0 Curriculum. Participated in discussions for Chem 295 on "Percy Julian: Forgotten Genius," the biography of a prominent African-American Industrial Chemist.
  0 Curriculum. Proposed, Developed, and Taught "Better Cooking through Chemistry" for Interim 2010. Developed a popular course on cooking with an eye towards chemical and scientific principles for non-science majors.
  0 Student Learning. Collaborated with the following Calvin College students during this time period: Jeffery Christians, Stacey DeHaan, Ryan Martinie, Matthew Boer, Elizabeth Porter, Anand Divikaran, and David Cutter
  0 Student Learning. Encouraged participation in the Summer 2010 Science Division Research program. Elizabeth Porter, Anand Divikaran, and Ryan Martinie were first-year students who performed research in my research laboratory.
  0 Student Learning. Participated in mentoring program with one Calvin College student
  0 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.
  0 Public Service. Youth (High School) Group Leader, inSpirit Church, Byron Center, MI
TOT   19  
Berglund, Bruce - History - 2012-2013  (12 Items) 
  0 Published interview. Patricia Montemurri, "For fans, memories come roaring back," Detroit Free Press, October 27, 2012.
  0 Radio/TV program. Andrei Markovits and Emily Albertson, interview with Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), November 9, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/11/09/andrei-markovits-and-emily-albertson-sportista-female-fandom-in-the-united-states-temple-university-press-2012/
  0 Radio/TV program. Brett Bebber, interview with Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), November 29, 2013. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/11/29/brett-bebber-violence-and-racism-in-football-politics-and-cultural-conflict-in-british-society-1968-1998-pickering-chatto-2011/
  0 Radio/TV program. Chris Cooper, interview with Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), October 9, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/10/09/chris-cooper-run-swim-throw-cheat-the-science-behind-drugs-in-sport-oxford-university-press-2012/
  0 Radio/TV program. David George Surdam, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), January 8, 2013. http://newbooksinsports.com/2013/01/08/david-george-surdam-the-rise-of-the-national-basketball-association-university-of-illinois-press-2012/
  0 Radio/TV program. Donald Spivey, interview with Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), October 25, 2012 http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/10/25/donald-spivey-if-you-were-only-white-the-life-of-leroy-satchel-paige-university-of-missouri-press-2012/
  0 Radio/TV program. Guy Fraser-Sampson, interview with Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), September 8, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/09/08/guy-fraser-sampson-cricket-at-the-crossroads-class-colour-and-controversy-from-1967-to-1977-elliott-thompson-2011/
  0 Radio/TV program. Interview by Barry Nicholls, 110%, ABC Grandstand Radio (Australia), December 21, 2012.
  0 Radio/TV program. New Books in Sports (podcast), "2012 Year-End Book List," episode 57, December 19, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/12/19/the-2012-year-end-book-list-episode/
  0 Radio/TV program. Steven Riess, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), January 31, 2013. http://newbooksinsports.com/2013/01/31/steven-riess-the-sport-of-kings-and-the-kings-of-crime-horse-racing-politics-and-organized-crime-in-new-york-1865-1913-syracuse-university-press-2011/
  0 Radio/TV program. Theresa Runstedtler, interview with Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), September 24, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/09/24/theresa-runstedtler-jack-johnson-rebel-sojourner-boxing-in-the-shadow-of-the-global-color-line-university-of-california-press-2012/
  0 Interviewed. Interview for news article Article: "For fans, memories come roaring back". Detroit Free Press, Detroit, Michigan. 10/27/2012
TOT   0  
Berglund, Bruce - History - 2011-2012  (19 Items) 
  0 Radio/TV program. Brian Ingrassia, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on July 6, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/07/06/brian-ingrassia-the-rise-of-gridiron-university-higher-educations-uneasy-alliance-with-big-time-football-university-press-of-kansas-2012/
  0 Radio/TV program. David Davis, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted July 19, 2012 http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/07/19/david-davis-showdown-at-shepherds-bush-the-1908-olympic-marathon-and-the-three-runners-who-launched-a-sporting-craze-thomas-dunne-books-2012/
  0 Radio/TV program. David J. Leonard, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on June 15, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/06/15/david-j-leonard-after-artest-the-nba-and-the-assault-on-blackness-suny-press-2012/
  0 Radio/TV program. Gideon Haigh, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on March 15, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/03/15/gideon-haigh-sphere-of-influence-writings-on-cricket-and-its-discontents-victory-books-2010/
  0 Radio/TV program. Greg de Moore, interview with Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), August 17, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/08/17/greg-demoore-tom-wills-first-wild-man-of-australian-sport-allen-unwin-2011/
  0 Radio/TV program. John Fox, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on June 7, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/06/07/john-fox-the-ball-discovering-the-object-of-the-game-harpercollins-2012/
  0 Radio/TV program. Kevin Young, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on June 29, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/06/29/kevin-young-sport-violence-and-society-routledge-2012/
  0 Radio/TV program. Laurent DuBois, interview with Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), August 24, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/08/24/laurent-dubois-soccer-empire-the-world-cup-and-the-future-of-france-university-of-california-press-2011/
  0 Radio/TV program. Lisa Bier, interview with Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), August 10, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/08/10/lisa-bier-fighting-the-current-the-rise-of-american-womens-swimming-1870-1926-mcfarland-2011/
  0 Radio/TV program. Mary Louise Adams, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on March 8, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/03/08/mary-louise-adams-artistic-impressions-figure-skating-masculinity-and-the-limits-of-sport-university-of-toronto-press-2011/
  0 Radio/TV program. Nicholas Sarantakes, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on April 6, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/04/06/nicholas-evan-sarantakes-dropping-the-torch-jimmy-carter-the-olympic-boycott-and-the-cold-war-cambridge-up-2010/
  0 Radio/TV program. Paul Dickson, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on April 30, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/04/30/paul-dickson-bill-veeck-baseballs-greatest-maverick-walker-company-2012/
  0 Radio/TV program. Randy Roberts, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on April 13, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/04/13/randy-roberts-a-team-for-america-the-army-navy-game-that-rallied-a-nation-houghton-mifflin-harcourt-2011/
  0 Radio/TV program. Richard Wilson, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on March 22, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/03/22/richard-wilson-inside-the-divide-one-city-two-teams-the-old-firm-canongate-2012/
  0 Radio/TV program. Rob Fitts, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on April 23, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/04/23/rob-fitts-banzai-babe-ruth-baseball-espionage-and-assassination-during-the-1934-tour-of-japan-university-of-nebraska-press-2012/
  0 Radio/TV program. Robert Lipsyte, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on May 7, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/05/07/robert-lipsyte-an-accidental-sportswriter-a-memoir-ecco-2011/
  0 Radio/TV program. Timothy Grainey, interview by Bruce Berglund, New Books in Sports (podcast), posted on June 22, 2012. http://newbooksinsports.com/2012/06/22/timothy-grainey-beyond-bend-it-like-beckham-the-global-phenomenon-of-womens-soccer-university-of-nebraska-press-2012/
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. OTHER RECENT PRESENTATIONS: "From Fulbright Student, to Fulbright Scholar, to Fulbright Adviser" Fulbright Commission in the Czech Republic, 20th Anniversary. Consulate of the Czech Republic, New York, New York. 12/03/2011
  0 Professional Svcs. Selection Committee, National Endowment for the Humanities, Public Programs Department, Building Cultures Through Film panel.
TOT   0  
Berglund, Bruce - History - 2010-2011  (4 Items) 
  0 Book chapter. "'We stand on the threshold of a new age': Alice Masarykov's, the Czechoslovak Red Cross, and the Building of a New Europe," in Aftermaths of War: Women's Movements and Female Activists, 1918-1923, eds. Ingrid Sharp and Matthew Stibbe. Leiden: Brill, 2011. Peer reviewed.
  0 Book review. Review of: Cynthia Paces, Prague Panoramas: National Memory and Sacred Space in the Twentieth Century (Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2009). In Austrian History Yearbook vol. XLII (2011). Peer reviewed.
  0 Professional Svcs. Since spring 2011, the podcast "New Books in Sports" <newbooksinsports.com> has posted more than 30 hour-long interviews with scholars and journalists, from the US, Canada, UK, Europe, Australia, and India, on sports in history and contemporary society. Topics have ranged from soccer in Scotland, cricket in Australia, and hockey in Canada, to the philosophy of sports fandom, the economics of major-program college athletics, and gender and sports.
  0 Public Service. Host and editor, "New Books in Sports" <newbooksinsports.com> Podcast features weekly, one-hour interviews with the authors of new books on North American and international sports. Guests have included historians, economists, sociologists, and sports journalists. Since May 2011, more than 35 interviews have been posted.
TOT   0  
Berglund, Bruce - History - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  5 Book edited or translated. Christianity & Modernity in Eastern Europe. Budapest: Central European University Press, 2010. Peer reviewed.
TOT   5  
Bergsma, Jerry - Kinesiology - 2013-2014  (5 Items) 
  0 Professional Svcs. NCAA DIII Women's Golf Regional Advisory Committee
  0 Development & Service. Hillside Community Church Golf Instruction Outreach
  0 Development & Service. MAPHERD - Southwest Regional Conference
  0 Development & Service. Michigan Higher Ed Consortium for Physical Educators
  0 Development & Service. USGA/PGA - 2 Day Rules of Golf Workshop
TOT   0  
Bergsma, Jerry - Kinesiology - 2012-2013  (5 Items) 
  0 Professional Svcs. MIAA Institutional Personnel Involvement Committee
  0 Professional Svcs. NCAA Championships Committee member for Women's NCAA Division III National Golf Championsips in Destin, FL (May 12-18, 2013)
  0 Professional Svcs. NCAA Div III Women's Golf Regional Advisory Committee
  0 Development & Service. Teacher Education Committee
  0 Public Service. Hillside Community Church golf clinic instructor
TOT   0  
Bergsma, Jerry - Kinesiology - 2011-2012  (4 Items) 
  0 Professional Svcs. NCAA Championships Committee member for Women's NCAA Division III National Golf Championsips in Angola, IN (May 6-11, 2012)
  0 Professional Svcs. NCAA Div III Women's Tennis Regional Advisory Committee
  0 Development & Service. Teacher Education Committee, Calvin College 2011-12
  0 Development & Service. Welcoming Diversity Training, Oct 25, 2011
TOT   0  
Bergsma, Jerry - Kinesiology - 2010-2011  (5 Items) 
  0 Dissertation. The Impact of Leadership Training on Collegiate Student Athletes
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "The Impact of Leadership Training on Student Athletes at Calvin College (The Results)," Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies (CSKLS) Convention. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/09/2011
  0 Professional Svcs. Division III Women's Tennis Regional Advisory Committee (3-year term, 2010-2012)
  0 Professional Svcs. NCAA Championships Committee member for NCAA Division III women's golf national championships in Howey-in-the-hills, Florida.
  0 Development & Service. Teacher Education Committee: Calvin College
TOT   0  
Bergsma, Jerry - Kinesiology - 2009-2010  (4 Items) 
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. The Impact of Leadership Training on Student-Athletes Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies (CSKLS) Convention. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/12/2010
  0 Professional Svcs. Calvin College Tennis Camp Director/Lead Presenter
  0 Professional Svcs. Women's Golf Coach Women's Tennis Coach (2010 NCAA Tennis Championships - Team participant, Individual participant)
  0 Development & Service. Interim Term Committee member
TOT   0  
Bergwerff, Ken - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies - 2011-2012  (13 Items) 
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. CSI curriculum National Science Teachers Association convention. University Place Convention Center and Hotel, Indianapolis, Indiana. 03/29/2012
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Evolution: Can't I Just Avoid the Topic? Christian Educator's Association annual meeting. Century Center, South Bend, Indiana. 10/13/2011
  0 Professional Svcs. Produced & hosted webinar for CSI science teachers: "Convection as a Model in Science"
  0 Professional Svcs. Produced & hosted webinar for CSI science teachers: "Models for Understanding Science"
  0 Professional Svcs. Produced & hosted webinar for CSI science teachers: "The Nature of Science"
  0 Professional Svcs. Produced & hosted webinar for CSI science teachers: "Value of Conventions"
  0 Professional Svcs. Science consultant for Christian Schools International - review curriculum, address pedagogical questions, address content questions for CSI administrators and faculty. Continuous through academic year.
  0 Professional Svcs. Served as an on-site accreditation team member for Grand Rapids Christian Schools.
  0 Professional Svcs. Test question designer and consultant for Educational Testing Service in their continuous development of the Praxis national teacher exams.
  0 Student Learning. Supervised an independent study in which the student developed curriculum of K-8 content based on the Nature Center Preserve, correlated to objectives in SCES 313, matched with state & national standards/benchmarks for science literacy if K-8 curriculum.
  0 Student Learning. Trained FYRES (grant titled First year Students in Earth Sciences) students and their mentors in the understanding that science is model building.
  0 Development & Service. Attended conference (Society for College Science Teaching at the National Science Teachers Convention) focused on the new national science standards for K-12 education
  0 Development & Service. Participated in the reading group on "The Trouble With Black Boys"
TOT   0  
Bergwerff, Ken - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies - 2010-2011  (14 Items) 
  0 Professional Svcs. Curriculum development/consultant for Michigan Virtual University took place over the entire summer.
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed Secondary Education Geography program for the State Board of Education
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed the Elementary Education program of a Michigan university for the State Board of Education.
  0 Professional Svcs. Science course consultant for Pierce Cedar Creek Institute
  0 Professional Svcs. Science curriculum consultant, National Heritage Academies, Inc.
  0 Professional Svcs. Test Question Development consultant, Educational Testing Services
  0 Curriculum. New science course required for all elementary education students which is content based yet models the Learning Cycle.
  0 Student Learning. Integrated Ready-For Life student into one of the spring semester courses, collaborative effort with the class student body
  0 Student Learning. Mentor to 2 students both semesters, one of whom was a non-traditional student.
  0 Development & Service. Chair, Teacher Education Appeals Committee
  0 Development & Service. Chair, Teacher Education Committee
  0 Development & Service. Reviewer's conference for the State Board of Education
  0 Public Service. Chair - Jamestown Township Zoning Board of Appeals
  0 Public Service. Vice Chair - Freedom Early Learning Center
TOT   0  
Bergwerff, Ken - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies - 2009-2010  (3 Items) 
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. How to Use Share Sheets as Both a Teaching Tool and an Instrument for Evaluation Fire-Up Conference for Student Teachers. Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan. 06/03/2010
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Practical Application of a Stream in Your Classroom Christian Educator's Association annual meeting. Century Center, South Bend, Indiana. 10/23/2009
  0 Professional Svcs. Reviewed the Elementary Education program of a Michigan college for the State Board of Education for approval and accreditation.
TOT   0  
Bergwerff, Ken - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies - 2008-2009  (2 Items) 
  0 Public Service. Chair of the Jamestown Township Zoning Board of Appeals (Multiple year term)
  0 Public Service. Vice-chair of Freedom Early Learning Center (multiple year term)
TOT   0  
Betts, Thomas - Business - 2012-2013  (18 Items) 
  0 Conference abstract. Abstract Published: "Death by Projects? Surviving and Trhiving with Real-World Porjects" Winner of Best Practice Presentation at 2012 CBFA Conference. Published in Spring 2013 Christian Business Academy Review. Peer reviewed.
  0 Professional Svcs. Marketing and Business Consulting for TrueSuccess--a nonprofit that creates character-based curriculum for 1st-8th grade students.
  0 Professional Svcs. Marketing and research consulting for Bowker--database analysis and report creation for consumer book purchasing trends.
  0 Professional Svcs. Served on the editorial and professional advisory committee for the development of The Wayfinding Bible.
  0 Curriculum. Revised the Business Internship (BUS 359) class to be taught online. Included needs from the English and CAS departments so the class can fulfull the requirements of all three departments. Taught in Spring 2013 and will teach again in Summer 2013.
  0 Student Learning. Faculty Advisor for a Student Organization--the Calvin College Marketing Association.
  0 Student Learning. Honors Classes: worked with students on further work to make BUS 380 (Marketing) an honors class
  0 Student Learning. Marketing and Business Consultant for student business start-ups (current and recently-graduated students).
  0 Student Learning. Real-world engagement (CAP) projects for BUS 380 (Marketing): Recruited and managed 24 projects with 8 businesses/nonprofits. Students do research and marketing strategy development, then present results to clients.
  0 Student Learning. Real-world engagement (CAP) projects for BUS 382 (Consumer Behavior): Recruited and managed 12 projects with 4 businesses/nonprofits. Students do primary research and present results to clients.
  0 Development & Service. Serve on the Business Department's "Attract Team" to recruit students to be business majors through brochures, websites, calling, and events.
  0 Development & Service. Serve on the Calvin College Press Editorial Committee
  0 Development & Service. Serve on the Van Lunen Center Board.
  0 Development & Service. Served on the Calvin Branding Strategy Team (a cross-campus team led by the marketing department).
  0 Development & Service. Served on the Calvin Healthy Habits Team (faculty and staff health initiative).
  0 Public Service. Assistant Coach for the Varsity Lacrosse Team at Grand Rapids Christian High School
  0 Public Service. Board Member and Treasurer for the Grand Rapids Christian High School Hockey Program
  0 Public Service. Serve on the Alger Park Christian Reformed Church Youth Board (Treasurer)
TOT   0  
Betts, Thomas - Business - 2011-2012  (28 Items) 
  0 Poster presentation. "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: The Benefits and Costs of Leading the Way with Experiential Learning," Christian Business Faculty Association (CBFA) Conference. Trinity Western University, Vancouver, British Columbia. 06/26/2012
  1 Session panelist. "Social Media Uses in Business," Calvin Business Forum Panel Discussion. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/03/2012
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Death by Projects? Surviving and Thriving with Real-World Projects," Christian Business Faculty Association (CBFA) Conference. Trinity Western University, Vancouver, British Columbia. 06/28/2012
  0 Award/honor. "Best Practice" Presentation Winner, CBFA
  0 Professional Svcs. Marketing and Business consulting for TrueSuccess--a character-based curriculum for 1st-8th graders.
  0 Professional Svcs. Marketing and distribution consulting for EthnoGraphic Media. EGM is an educational nonprofit that targets young adults with issues to encourage them to make a difference in God's world. Gained distribution for films through several venues including Hulu, broadcast networks, and on-line stores.
  0 Professional Svcs. Marketing and distribution consulting for EthnoGraphic Media. EGM is an educational nonprofit that targets young adults with issues to encourage them to make a difference in God's world.
  0 Professional Svcs. Served on the editorial and professional Advisory Committee for The Wayfinding Bible.
  0 Curriculum. Deveoped curriculum for and successfully taught a "Social Media for Business" Interim Class
  0 Student Learning. Faculty Advisor for the Calvin College Marketing Association.
  0 Student Learning. Honors classes: worked with students on further work to make BUS 380 (Marketing) an honors class.
  0 Student Learning. Real-world engagement (CAP) projects for BUS 382 (Consumer Behavior): Recruited and managed 6 projects with 2 businesses and nonprofits. Students do primary research and present the results to real clients.
  0 Student Learning. Real-world engagement (CAP) projects: Recruited and managed 12 projects with 4 businesses and nonprofits for BUS 380 (Marketing) class. Students research and present a marketing plan to real clients.
  0 Student Learning. Supervise the Marketing Intern for the business department. Intern does website development, brochures, recruitment events, etc.
  0 Student Learning. Supervised an independant study in Marketing/Business plan development for Spring Semester (Retail "box store" concept).
  0 Development & Service. Appointed to a 3-year term on the Van Lunen Center Governing Board.
  0 Development & Service. Attended FEN Seminar: "Neither Jew Nor Gentile: Exploring Issues of Racial Diversity on Protestant College Campuses" by Dr. George Yancey.
  0 Development & Service. Participated in faculty sustainability task force meetings
  0 Development & Service. Serve on Business Department "Attract" Team to recruit students to be business majors. Create brochures, update websites, and lead events for current and prospective Calvin students.
  0 Development & Service. Served on a faculty panel to discuss "What I wish I Knew" with new faculty.
  0 Development & Service. Served on the Calvin Branding Strategy Team to set branding direction (a cross-campus team led by the Marketing Department).
  0 Development & Service. Served on the Calvin Healthy Habits Team (faculty and staff health initiative).
  0 Development & Service. Serving on the Strategic Enrollment Management working group for the Enrollment Management Committee. We are revising the multi-year enrollment plan for Calvin.
  0 Public Service. Assistand Coach for Varsity Lacrosse Team at Grand Rapids Christian High School.
  0 Public Service. Board Member and Treasurer for the Grand Rapids Christian High School Hockey Program.
  0 Public Service. Serve as a board member for Volunteers In Service. VIS helps people through Equipping churches to be more effective, and Connecting them to community needs, Volunteers In Service (VIS) enables churches to be Christ's Caring servants in their communities.
  0 Public Service. Serve on the Alger CRC youth board and teach high school Sunday School.
  0 Public Service. Was interviewed by Fox 17 News for a story on why stores are selling Christmas items so early in the year. Video of the interview was shown on the 5, 6, and 11 PM news.
TOT   1  
Betts, Thomas - Business - 2010-2011  (25 Items) 
  0 Professional Svcs. Consult for TenSixteen Recovery Network--a nonprofit abuse recovery organization with several offices in mid Michigan
  0 Professional Svcs. Marketing and Business consulting for TrueSuccess--a character-based curriculum for 1st-8th graders.
  0 Professional Svcs. Marketing and distribution consulting for EthnoGraphic Media. EGM is an educational nonprofit that targets young adults with issues to encourage them to make a difference in God's world. Gained distribution for films through several venues including Hulu, broadcast networks, and on-line stores.
  0 Curriculum. Revised BUS 382 (Consumer Behavior) curriculum to add an enhanced research component.
  0 Curriculum. Revised BUS380 (Marketing) curriculum
  0 Student Learning. Business Plan Competitions. Supervised the further development of an honors project into a full-blown business plan for Kelly LeCoy. Her plan for Uptown Kitchen won the Calvin, West Michigan, and GR (5x5) business plan competitions. She is in start-up mode for the business. See Fall 2011 Calvin Verge magazine for more details.
  0 Student Learning. Faculty Advisor for the launch of the Calvin College Marketing Association.
  0 Student Learning. Final Honors Project with Kelly LeCoy. Built a business/marketing plan for a shared use kitchen and local produce store.
  0 Student Learning. Honors class: Work with Marissa DeBoer on further work to make BUS 380 (Marketing) an honors course. Wrote a business/marketing case for the class.
  0 Student Learning. Real-world engagement (CAP) projects for BUS 382 (Consumer Behavior): Recruited and managed 6 projects with 2 businesses and nonprofits. Students do primary research and present the results to real clients.
  0 Student Learning. Real-world engagement (CAP) projects for BUS 382 (Consumer Behavior): Recruited and managed 6 projects with 2 businesses and nonprofits. Students do primary research and present the results to real clients.
  0 Student Learning. Real-world engagement (CAP) projects: Recruited and managed 12 projects with 4 businesses and nonprofits for BUS 380 (Marketing) class. Students research and present a marketing plan to real clients.
  0 Student Learning. Real-world engagement (CAP) projects: Recruited and managed 12 projects with 4 businesses and nonprofits for BUS 380 (Marketing) class. Students research and present a marketing plan to real clients.
  0 Student Learning. Supervise the Marketing Intern for the business department. Intern does website development, brochures, recruitment events, etc.
  0 Development & Service. Conducted research and co-wrote the first draft of the updated multi-year enrollment plan with Dale Kuiper from the Enrollment Management Division. Special project over the summer of 2011 for SEM working group.
  0 Development & Service. Discussion leader, volunteer, and attendee at the Calvin Center for Innovation in Business; Chick-fil-A Leadercast.
  0 Development & Service. Helped coordinate and attended a young alumni dinner and discussion about the use of social media in business.
  0 Development & Service. Participant in the Calvin College Kuiper Seminar for new faculty.
  0 Development & Service. Serve on Business Department "Attract" Team to recruit students to be business majors. Create brochures, update websites, and lead events for current and prospective Calvin students.
  0 Development & Service. Served on the Strategic Enrollment Management working group for the Enrollment Management Committee. We are revising the multi-year enrollment plan for Calvin.
  0 Development & Service. Was interviewed and filmed for feature stories about student project for Calvin's Verge magazine and admissions website.
  0 Public Service. Assistant Coach for Varsity Lacrosse at Grand Rapids Christian High School.
  0 Public Service. Board Member and Treasurer for the Grand Rapids Christian High School Hockey Program.
  0 Public Service. Serve as a board member for Volunteers In Service. VIS helps people through Equipping churches to be more effective, and Connecting them to community needs, Volunteers In Service (VIS) enables churches to be Christ's Caring servants in their communities.
  0 Public Service. Serve on the Alger CRC youth board and teach high school Sunday School.
TOT   0  
Betts, Thomas - Business - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  0 Professional Svcs. Marketing and Business consulting for TrueSuccess--a character-based curriculum for 1st-8th graders.
TOT   0  
Bierling, Marilyn - Spanish - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "People Crossing Borders: Where We Stand on Undocumented Immigration," North American Christian Foreign Language Association. Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois. 03/21/2014
TOT   0  
Bierling, Marilyn - Spanish - 2012-2013  (3 Items) 
  2 Video recording (e.g. film or DVD). Bierling, Marilyn. Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church. CD-ROM. 2012. (Heritage Hall, Calvin College, 18 subtitled interviews) http://ulysses.calvin.edu/eg/opac/results?qtype=keyword&query=Cuban+Refugees+and+the+Christian+Reformed+Church&fi%3Aitem_type=&locg=1
  0 Public Service. Inter-college committee to plan Latin American Film Festival for April 2013
  0 Public Service. Interpretation for JFON (Justice for Our Neighbors): Organization of Methodist Church that provides legal services for undocumented immigrants
TOT   2  
Bierling, Marilyn - Spanish - 2011-2012  (6 Items) 
  1 Other online document. Bierling, Marilyn, and Elena Brubaker. "Flights to Her Future." A Heart for the World for 50 Years. Christian Reformed World Relief Committee, 23 Jan. 2012. Web. 22 May 2012. http://www.crwrc.org/news.cfm?newsid=3291§ion=23
  0 Church group presentation. The Christian Reformed Church in Cuba Church Adult Education Class. Ada Christian Reformed Church, Ada, Michigan. 10/01/2011
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Protestantism in Cuba: A Unique Journey North American Christian Foreign Language Association. Westmont College, Santa Barbara, California. 03/22/2012
  0 Student Learning. Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church: McGregor Fellow Julie Busscher assisted in subtitling and translating interviews with Cuban refugees.
  0 Public Service. Interpreted from Spanish to English at immigration clinics held by JFON (Justice For Our Neighbors, an organization of the United Methodist Church.
  0 Public Service. Served on inter-college committee to plan Grand Rapids Latin American Film Festival for March 2012.
TOT   1  
Bierling, Marilyn - Spanish - 2010-2011  (12 Items) 
  1 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
  0 Church group presentation. Traditional Religion in the Yucatan Peninsula Church Adult Education Class. Ada Christian Reformed Church, Ada, Michigan. 09/12/2010
  0 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
  0 Internal grant. Faculty grant from Calvin Alumni Association Board, Alumni
  0 Internal grant. Kuyers Grant, Kuyers Grant for
  0 Internal grant. mentor for McGregor Fellow, McGregor
  0 Professional Svcs. External reviewer for the Foreign Language Department at Taylor University (Indiana).
  0 Professional Svcs. External reviewer for the program in the Department of Modern Languages at Taylor University, Indiana.
  0 Student Learning. Promotion of student service learning in Spanish 201.
  0 Development & Service. Participated in year-long reading group on International Development.
  0 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.
  0 Public Service. Organized, provided orientation, and led mission trip for Ada CRC members to Xoy, Yucatan.
TOT   1  
Bierling, Marilyn - Spanish - 2009-2010  (5 Items) 
  0 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
  0 Internal grant. sabbatical leave for interim and spring 2011, Sabbatical
  0 Professional Svcs. Spanish-English interpreter during conference on "Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity" (Calvin College, June 16-17, 2010)
  0 Curriculum. Major writer for proposal for new Spanish Department semester program for Arequipa, Peru (approved by Faculty Senate in May 2010)
  0 Public Service. Spanish-English interpreter for JFON (Justice For Our Neighbors), the faith-based organization in Grand Rapids that provides an immigration lawyer free of charge for persons under certain income limits.
TOT   0  
Billings, David - Philosophy - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  0 Public Service. Adult Education series at Trinity Reformed Church on American Civil Religion (Fall 2009)
TOT   0  
Bjelland, Mark - Geology, Geography, & Environmental Studies - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  0 Book chapter. Bjelland, Mark, Bruner, Michael S., and Davenport, John. 2013. "Imagined Lifeways in North America ca. 2100," in A World After Climate Change and Culture-Shift, Jim Norwine ed., Dordrecht and New York: Springer. Peer reviewed. http://www.springer.com/social+sciences/population+studies/book/978-94-007-7352-3
TOT   0  
Blankespoor, Curtis - Biology - 2012-2013  (3 Items) 
  0 Reviewed book chapter. Scientific American: Biology for a Changing World with Core Physiology
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Flukes and Fishes: Beauty Is in the Eye of the Beholder University of Michigan Biological Station Winter Research Conference. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 02/22/2013
  0 Development & Service. I mentored and cotaught Biology 225 with a new faculty member (Darren Proppe)
TOT   0  
Blankespoor, Curtis - Biology - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  0 Student Learning. Independent research projects were a required part of a 10-week summer course that I taught at the University of Michigan Biological Station.
TOT   0  
Blankespoor, Curtis - Biology - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  0 Curriculum. Changed curriculum in Biology 111 to include a 3-week unit based on the book "Stuff: The Secret Lives of Everyday Things"
TOT   0  
Blankespoor, Curtis - Biology - 2009-2010  (5 Items) 
  0 Published interview. GR Press article on cicadas
  0 Church group presentation. The Biology of Human Sexuality Adult education series...Human Sexuality. church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/01/2010
  0 Invited lecture. Insects: Nature's Chemists University of Michigan Summer Lecture Series. University of Michigan Biological Station, Pellston, Michigan. 08/22/2010
  0 Student Learning. Supervised Alex VanderGutche who worked on the insect collection.
  0 Development & Service. Dave Warners and I team taught a new course (Biology 225)
TOT   0  
Blankespoor, Ron - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  3 Journal article. Atallah, T.; Blankespoor, R. L.; Homan, P.; Hulderman, C.; Samas, B. M.; Van Allsburg, K.; Vrieze, D. C. Substituent Effects on the Amination of Racemic Allyl Carbonates Using Commercially Available Chiral Rhodium Catalysts," Tetrahedron Letters, 2013, 54, 5795-5798. Peer reviewed.
  0 Professional Svcs. Journal of Organic Chemistry
TOT   3  
Blankespoor, Ron - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  0 Development & Service. Reviewed an NSF proposal in 2012
TOT   0  
Blankespoor, Ron - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2010-2011  (2 Items) 
  0 Journal article. Blankespoor, R. "Chemistry of 3-Alkynals. A Review," Organic Preparations and Procedures International, 2010, 42, 467-477. Peer reviewed.
  0 Professional Svcs. Journal of the American Chemical Society
TOT   0  
Blankespoor, Ron - Chemistry & Biochemistry - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
  6 Journal article. Blankespoor, R.; Boldenow, P.; Hansen, E.; Kallemeyn, J.; Lohse, A.; Rubush, D.; Vrieze, D. "Photochemical Synthesis of 3-Alkynals from 1-Alkynoxy-9,10-anthraquinones," J. Org. Chem. 2009, 74, 3933-3935. Peer reviewed.
  1 Poster presentation. Rhodium-Catalyzed Allylic Substitution Reactions American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting. Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Boston, Massachusetts. 08/22-26/2010
TOT   7  
Bloem, Russell - Administration - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  0 Student Learning. Attended "Incognito" during UnLearn Week, Calvin College, 10/8/13
  0 Public Service. Attended Cultural Intelligence: Beyond Competence, a PRFC luncheon and seminar with a talk by Dr. Regina McClinton from the Institute for Intercultural Teaching and Learning at GVSU
TOT   0  
Boerema, Albert - Education - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  0 Student Learning. Student teaching supervision
TOT   0  
Boerema, Albert - Education - 2012-2013  (5 Items) 
  0 Professional Svcs. Article reviewer, Educational Management Administration & Leadership
  0 Professional Svcs. Article reviewer, Journal of Educational Change
  0 Professional Svcs. President-elect, International Community of Christian Teacher Educators
  0 Development & Service. Participant, Christian Higher Education Online reading group
  0 Development & Service. University Council for Educational Administration conference, Denver
TOT   0  
Boerema, Albert - Education - 2011-2012  (13 Items) 
  0 Journal article. Boerema, A. (2011). Challenging and supporting new leader development. Educational Management Administration & Leadership. 39 (5), pp. 554-567. Peer reviewed.
  0 Session panelist. Keynote speech response Michigan Association of Non-public Schools Administrators Conference. Shanty Creek Resort, Bellaire, Michigan. 10/05/2011
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Improving Student Support Systems in Teacher Education: Analysis and Recommendations," International Christian Community for Teacher Education (ICCTE) Conference. Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California. 05/25/2012
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Leadership in Christian Schools," International Christian Community for Teacher Education (ICCTE) Conference. Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California. 05/24/2012
  0 Professional Svcs. Christian School Leadership Summit
  0 Professional Svcs. Educational Management Administration & Leadership
  0 Professional Svcs. European Journal of Psychology of Education
  0 Professional Svcs. European Journal of Psychology of Education
  0 Professional Svcs. International Christian Community of Teacher Educators, Board member
  0 Professional Svcs. Journal of School Leadership
  0 Professional Svcs. Leadership as stewardship: Servant Leadership. Leadership training workshop, Christian Schools Network, Paynesville, Liberia.
  0 Professional Svcs. Leadership review, Ada Christian School
  0 Professional Svcs. Network of Christian Education in the Americas. (REEDUCA), Managua, Nicaragua.
TOT   0  
Boerema, Albert - Education - 2010-2011  (8 Items) 
  0 Journal article. Boerema, A. (2011). A research agenda for Christian schools. Journal of Research on Christian Education, 20 (1), pp. 28-45. Peer reviewed. http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g935859637
  3 Magazine article. Boerema, A., van Eyk, K., Cook, J., & Mingerink, R. (2010). Professional development and supervision: Five affirmations. Christian Educators' Journal, 50 (2), pp. 16-18.
  0 Invited lecture. Decision-making for school leaders. Leadership training workshop. , Managua, Nicaragua. 01/27/2011
  0 Invited lecture. Working with teachers. Leadership training workshop. , Managua, Nicaragua. 01/25/2011
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Challenges in Leading through Organizational Change University Council for Educational Administration Convention. Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana. 10/30/2010
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Student Assessment: A Blessing or Curse. Christian Educator's Association annual meeting. Century Center, South Bend, Indiana. 10/23/2010
  0 Professional Svcs. Educational Management Administration & Leadership
  0 Professional Svcs. Journal of School Leadership
TOT   3  
Boerema, Albert - Education - 2009-2010  (3 Items) 
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Leadership theories and the development of Christian practices. Kuyers Institute Conference on "Teaching, Learning, and Christian Practices". Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/29/2009
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Leadership theory for Christian Schools. International Christian Community for Teacher Education (ICCTE) Conference. LeTourneau University, Longview, Texas. 05/27/2010
  0 Professional Svcs. Leadership training workshop. Nehemiah Center, Managua, Nicaragua. Board Member International Community of Christian Teacher Educators Column Editor, Panel.Edu, Christian Educators Journal Reviewer: University Council for Educational Administration, proposal reviewer Reviewer: Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 2010.
TOT   0  
Boerema, Albert - Education - 2008-2009  (1 Item)  
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Reflections on Christian leadership in schools: What difference it makes day-to-day," . Educational Leadership Development Institute, Cedar Springs, Washington. 06/07/2009
TOT   0  
Bolt, Brian - Kinesiology - 2012-2013  (3 Items) 
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Amazing Race: Learning to Race, Racing to Learn," Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies (CSKLS) Convention. Baylor University, Waco, Texas. 06/14/2013
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Faith in sport: Key questions and dilemmas," Christianity and Sport Consortium . Hotel, Raleigh , North Carolina. 01/04/2013
  0 Professional Svcs. Journal of Religion, Disability, Health
TOT   0  
Bolt, Brian - Kinesiology - 2011-2012  (6 Items) 
  0 Magazine article. "Bubba, Tiger, and the nature of sport (2012)," The Christian Courier, June, 10-11.
  0 Invited lecture. The games of ancient Greece and London 2012 invited lecture. York St. John University, York , United Kingdom. 02/10/2012
  0 Professional Svcs. Bolt, B. R (2011-12). Football Feasibility Task Force Chairperson. Created and organized 30+ member task force to consider football as an intercollegiate sport at Calvin College. Included investigative plan, data gathering and analysis, multiple reports and presentations to Calvin College community (Faculty/Staff Conference, Students, Alumni, Board of Trustees), Grand Rapids, MI, August-December.
  0 Professional Svcs. Bolt, B. R. (2011-12). Calvin College Football Feasibility Task Force Chairperson. Organized 30+ member task force, developed research design, gathered and analyzed data, delivered multiple presentations to Calvin College community (Faculty/Staff Conference, Students, Alumni, Board of Trustees, etc.), and wrote report. Grand Rapids, MI.
  0 Professional Svcs. Directed Calvin's Semester in Britain. Assignment included teaching two new courses: 1. Life and sport in Britain: Past and present 2. Faster, higher, stronger: The business and ethics of sport
  0 Curriculum. Life and sport in Britain: Past and present Faster, higher, stronger: The business and ethics of sport Both courses were part of Calvin's semester in Britain, 2012. 28 Calvin students participated.
TOT   0  
Bolt, Brian - Kinesiology - 2010-2011  (7 Items) 
  0 Invited lecture. Good Game: Book Response Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies (CSKLS) Convention. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/06/2010
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Adventure Fitness: Problem Solving, Exercise, and Fun Christian Educator's Association annual meeting. Century Center, South Bend, Indiana. 10/13/2010
  7 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
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. From Tiger to Tebow, "Blind Side" to "Giants": Theological perspectives on sport in a culture of heroic and counterfeit images Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies (CSKLS) Convention. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/06/2010
  0 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.
  0 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.
  0 Public Service. Board Member: First Tee of West Michigan
TOT   7  
Bolt, Brian - Kinesiology - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
  0 Curriculum. Designed and presided over full department curricular revision and department name change. Kinesiology Department.
  0 Development & Service. Attended and volunteered at Michigan Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Annual Conference. Grand Rapids, MI Collaborated with Jim Timmer and Nancy Meyer to lead a session during fall faculty conference, Calvin College.
TOT   0  
Bolt, Michael - Mathematics & Statistics - 2013-2014  (6 Items) 
  4 Journal article. Conrad Blom, Timothy DeVries, Andrew Hayes, and Daiwei Zhang. "Analytic Extension and Conformal Mapping in the Dual and the Double Planes." Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Math Journal. 14 (2013) Peer reviewed.
  2 Journal article. Michael Bolt, Anthony Meyer, and Nicholas Visser. "The Fastest Way Not to Run a Four-Minute Mile." College Math. J. 45 (2014) 101-107. Peer reviewed.
  0 Journal article. Michael Bolt. "Spectrum of the Kerzman–Stein operator for a family of smooth regions in the plane." J. Math. Anal. Appl. 413 (2014) 242-249. Peer reviewed.
  0 Invited lecture. "Mobius invariant structures for hypersurfaces and curves," American Mathematical Society (AMS) Fall Eastern Sectional Meeting. Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsyvania. 10/13/2013
  2 Invited lecture. "The Mathematics of Spot it!" Mathematics Colloquium. Hope College, Holland, Michigan. 11/26/2013
  0 Invited lecture. Szego kernel transformation law Analysis Seminar. University of Toledo, Toledo, OH. April 17, 2014
TOT   8  
Bolt, Michael - Mathematics & Statistics - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  0 Internal grant. "Problems in complex analysis relating geometry and analysis", Academic Year CRF
TOT   0  
Bolt, Michael - Mathematics & Statistics - 2011-2012  (14 Items) 
  2 Journal article. Andrew Mis and Joshua Keilman, "A Beckman-Quarles Type Theorem for Fractional Linear Transformations of the Double Plane," Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Math Journal 12 (2011). Peer reviewed.
  2 Journal article. Kyle DenHartigh and Rachel Flim, "Liouville Theorems in the Dual and Double Planes," Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Math Journal 12 (2011). Peer reviewed.
  0 Invited lecture. "Real hypersurfaces with constant Mobius-invariant curvature," American Mathematical Society (AMS) Spring Central Section Meeting. University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. 03/30/2012
  0 Invited lecture. "Real hypersurfaces with constant Mobius-invariant curvature," Several Complex Variables Seminar. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 03/26/2012
  0 Invited lecture. Cauchy integrals and M\"obius geometry in complex analysis Mathematics Colloquium. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. 11/10/2011
  0 Invited lecture. Spectrum of the Kerzman-Stein operator for model domains Analysis Seminar. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. 11/10/2011
  0 Invited lecture. Spectrum of the Kerzman-Stein operator for model domains Complex Analysis Seminar. University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio. 12/01/2011
  0 Invited lecture. The Mathematics of Escher's "Print Gallery" Mathematics Colloquium. University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, Michigan. 12/08/2011
  0 Keynote or plenary address. Paint by Number: Visualization and Computation of Conformal Maps, Upper Peninsula Fall Regional Meeting (MAA). Lake Superior State University, Sault Ste Marie, Michigan. 09/30/2011
  0 Internal grant. Spectrum of the Kerzman-Stein operator for complex analysis , Academic Year CRF
  0 Professional Svcs. During 2012-2013, I serve as past chair on the Executive Committee of the Michigan Section of the MAA.
  0 Student Learning. Supervised students Anthony Meyer and Nicholas Visser on the summer REU project "Global behavior of functions with restricted difference quotients."
  0 Development & Service. Completed the Welcoming Diversity online training (October 25, 2011).
  0 Public Service. Hosted a team practice for the Michigan All-Stars in preparation for the American Regions Math League (ARML) competition, April 28, 2012.
TOT   4  
Bolt, Michael - Mathematics & Statistics - 2010-2011  (14 Items) 
  0 Journal article. "Laguerre arc length from distance functions," with David Barrett, Asian Journal of Mathematics, 14 (2010), 213-233. Peer reviewed.
  0 Journal article. "The Mobius geometry of hypersurfaces, II," Michigan Mathematical Journal, 59 (2010), 695-715. Peer reviewed.
  2 Journal article. "Visual representation of the Riemann and Ahlfors maps via the Kerzman-Stein equation," with Sarah Snoeyink and Ethan Van Andel, Involve, 3 (2010), 405-420. Peer reviewed.
  0 Session panelist. Forming research collaborations: getting a collaboration off the ground Joint Mathematics Meetings. New Orleans Marriott, New Orleans, Louisiana. 01/09/2011
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Dogs don't need calculus Joint Mathematics Meetings. New Orleans Marriott, New Orleans, Louisiana. 01/09/2011
  0 Internal grant. Symmetries of the Levi polynomial , Academic Year CRF
  0 Professional Svcs. During 2011-2012, I serve as chair of the Michigan Section of the MAA. During 2010-2011, I served on the Exec. Committee of the Michigan MAA as 4-year vice chair.
  0 Professional Svcs. During 2011-2012, I served as chair on the Executive Committee of the Michigan Section of the MAA.
  0 Professional Svcs. Referee for The American Mathematical Monthly
  0 Professional Svcs. Served as Chair of the Program Committee for the Michigan MAA annual meeting held at Western Michigan University, May 6-7, 2011. (website: http://www.calvin.edu/~mdb7/2011MAA/)
  0 Professional Svcs. Served as consultant for a Peach Dot (2011) Project NExT Fellow. Project NExT (New Experiences in Teaching) is a professional development program for new or recent PhDs in the mathematical sciences.
  0 Student Learning. Supervised students Kyle DenHartigh and Rachel Flim on the summer REU project "Liouville theorems for a generalized complex plane".
  0 Student Learning. Supervised students Rebekah Coggin and Anthony Meyer on the summer REU project "Combinatorial game design".
  0 Development & Service. Midwest Several Complex Variables Conference, Washington University, St. Louis, May 11-14, 2011; Meeting of the Michigan MAA, Kalamazoo, May 6-7, 2011; RTG workshop on Geometric Function Theory and Several Complex Variables, Ann Arbor, April 1-3, 2011; CUR Dialogues, Washington DC, February 24-26, 2011; Joint Mathematics Meetings, New Orleans, January 6-9, 2011; Workshop on Emerging Applications of Complexity for CR Mappings, American Institute of Mathematcs (Palo Alto), September 13-17, 2010
TOT   2  
Bolt, Michael - Mathematics & Statistics - 2009-2010  (21 Items) 
  0 Journal article. "A global characterization of tubed surfaces in C^2," Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 138 (2010), 2771-2777. Peer reviewed.
  0 Journal article. "Dogs don't need calculus," with Daniel C. Isaksen, The College Mathematics Journal, 41 (2010), 10-16. Peer reviewed.
  2 Other online document. The most general planar transformations that map parabolas into parabolas, Mathematics and Computer Sciences Highlights, Council on Undergraduate Research, 11/24/2009.
  0 Invited lecture. A global characterization of tubed surfaces in C^2 CR Geometry Seminar. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. 04/19/2010
  0 Invited lecture. Cauchy integrals and Mobius geometry in complex analysis Mathematics Colloquium. Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. 12/01/2009
  0 Keynote or plenary address. Paint by number: a visualization of complex functions Fall meeting of the Indiana MAA. Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, Indiana. 10/17/2009
  0 Session chair/panelist. Balancing research and teaching as a new faculty member MathFest. , Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 08/06/2010
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. A global characterization of tubed surfaces in C^2 International Congress of Mathematicians. Hyderabad International Convention Centre, Hyderabad, India. 08/26/2010
  0 Federal grant. RUI: Geometric Estimates for Complex Analysis and Applications, $107,351, DMS#0702939, NSF
  0 Federal grant. RUI: Geometric Estimates for Complex Analysis and Applications, $140,259, DMS#1002453, NSF
  0 Federal grant. Travel grant from the National Science Foundation to attend and speak at the International Congress of Mathematicians, Hyderabad, $2750, August 2010, NSF
  0 Internal grant. Optimization in complex analysis in one and several variables , Academic Year CRF
  0 Professional Svcs. Member of review panel, National Science Foundation, April 28-30, 2010.
  0 Professional Svcs. Member of the Executive Committee of the Michigan MAA
  0 Professional Svcs. Reader for the Calculus Advanced Placement (AP) exam, Kansas City, June 10-16, 2010.
  0 Professional Svcs. Referee for Publications de l'Institut Mathamatique (Beograd)
  0 Student Learning. Supervised high school students Josh McCammon and Nick Visser on a short-term summer research project in complex analysis.
  0 Student Learning. Supervised student Shaun Alsum on the summer REU project 'Studies in complex analysis and geometry."
  0 Student Learning. Supervised students Joshua Keilman and Andrew Mis on the summer REU project 'A Beckman-Quarles theorem for the inversive double plane'
  0 Development & Service. International Congress of Mathematicians, Hyderabad (India), August 19-27, 2010; International Workshop on Harmonic and Quasiconformal Mappings, Chennai (India), August 9-17, 2010; MathFest, Pittsburgh, August 5-7, 2010; Workshop on Analysis and Boundary Value Problems on Real and Complex Domains, Banff, July 26-30, 2010; Meeting of the Michigan MAA, Ypsilanti, May 7-8, 2010; RTG Workshop on Holomorphic Maps and Iterations, Ann Arbor, March 12-14, 2010; CUR Dialogues, Washington DC, February 25-27, 2010; Fall meeting of the Indiana MAA, October 17, 2009
  0 Public Service. Hosted a team practice for the Michigan All-Stars in preparation for the American Regions Math League (ARML) competition, April 17, 2010.
TOT   2  
Bosscher, Jack - Student Academic Services - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  0 Public Service. Current member of the Board of ICCF (Inner City Christian Federation)--secretary of the board--member of the Executive Committee
TOT   0  
Bossenbroek, Debra - Nursing - 2012-2013  (3 Items) 
  1 Talk contributed at a conference. "Supportive/Educative Groups as Culturally Sensitive Intervention for Women's Anxiety and Depression in Three Urban, Ethnically Diverse, Impoverished and Underserved Communities," Midwest Nursing Research Society. Chicago Marriot, Chicago, Illinois. 03/08/2013
  0 Professional Svcs. Provide 350 hours of nurse-practitioner service to Catherine's Health Center, serving uninsured and underinsured residents of the Creston neighborhood
  0 Development & Service. 2012-2013 Attended a nursing department faculty development event by Leanne Doornbos entitled "Culture in the Classroom"
TOT   1  
Bossenbroek, Debra - Nursing - 2011-2012  (8 Items) 
  0 Poster presentation. "Community-Based Participatory Research Results in Creston/Belknap Neighborhoods," Sigma Theta Tau Kappa Epsilon Chapter At Large Scholarship Celebration. . Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/10/2012
  0 Poster presentation. "Community-Based Participatory Research Results in Creston/Belknap Neighborhoods," Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research, 2012 Annual Community Engagement Symposium. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 04/25/2012
  1 Poster presentation. "Supportive/Educative Mental Health Groups for Women in Our Partner Neighborhoods-A Pilot Study," Sigma Theta Tau Kappa Epsilon Chapter At-Large Scholarship Celebration. Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/10/2012
  0 Professional Svcs. Provide 350 hours of nurse-practitioner service to Catherine's Health Center, serving uninsured and underinsured residents of the Creston neighborhood
  0 Professional Svcs. Received an appointment as Adjunct Instructor in the Michigan State University College of Nursing. This is an unpaid appointment in recognition of my work with MSU graduate nursing students in providing quality clinical experiences at Catherine's Health Center.
  0 Development & Service. "Cultural Competency in the Classroom," presented by Michelle Loyd-Paige, Nov. 3, 2011.
  0 Development & Service. Attended "Christian Engagement with People of Other Faith Traditions," June 4-7, 2012. As an outcome of this workshop, I revised the syllabus for India Interim 2013 to include debriefing time and reflection assignment for student journals on Christian student engagement with other faith traditions, specifically Hindu & Muslim traditions during India Interim.
  0 Development & Service. Serve as a mentor to new nursing faculty member
TOT   1  
Bossenbroek, Debra - Nursing - 2010-2011  (5 Items) 
  0 Poster presentation. "Community Based Participatory Research Results in Baxter/Madison Neighborhoods," Sigma Theta Tau Kappa Epsilon Chapter At-Large Scholarship Celebration. Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/29/2011
  0 Poster presentation. "Community-Based Participatory Research Results in Baxter/Madison Neighborhoods," Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research, 2011 Annual Community Engagement Symposium. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 05/23/2011
  0 Professional Svcs. Provide 350 hours of nurse-practitioner service to Catherine's Health Center, serving uninsured and underinsured residents of the Creston neighborhood
  0 Professional Svcs. Provided over 100 hours of instruction as a nurse practitioner preceptor for graduate MSU nursing student, 2011-2012
  0 Development & Service. Participated in a Cultural Intelligence workshop.
TOT   0  
Bossenbroek, Debra - Nursing - 2009-2010  (5 Items) 
  3 Journal article. G. Zandee, D. Bossenbroek, B. Friesen, K. Blech, and R. Engbers, "Effectiveness of Community Health Worker/Nursing Student Teams as a Strategy for Public Health Nursing Education," Public Health Nursing, 27, no. 3 (2010): 277-84. Peer reviewed.
  0 Professional Svcs. Provide 350 hours of nurse-practitioner service to Catherine's Health Center, serving uninsured and underinsured residents of the Creston neighborhood
  0 Professional Svcs. Served as a nurse practitioner preceptor for a MSU graduate nursing student for 40 hours in spring 2010.
  0 Professional Svcs. Served as a nurse practitioner preceptor for MSU graduate nursing student for 107.25 hours July 2010 through June 2011.
  0 Development & Service. Serve as a mentor to new nursing faculty member
TOT   3  
Bouma, Bud - Biology - 2012-2013  (5 Items) 
  0 Invited lecture. "A Christian Biologist's Odyssey with Human Origins," Faith & Science: A Dialogue lecture series. Church of the Servant Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/21/2012
  0 Professional Svcs. Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith
  0 Professional Svcs. Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith (journal of the American Scientific Affiliation)
  0 Curriculum. STBR 310HA, History of Science, Medicine and Religion: London. Off-campus, upper-level honors course for 15 students engaging in experiential learning in London, Greenwich, Cambridge, Oxford, Amesbury/Salisbury, Downe, and Windsor; awesome learning beyond the classroom!
  0 Public Service. Spectrum Health Ethics Committee member Metro Health Biomedical Ethics Committee member Board of Trustees member, Hospice of Michigan Pacific Rim Institute for Environmental Stewardship, Board of Trustees member
TOT   0  
Bouma, Bud - Biology - 2011-2012  (9 Items) 
  0 Book chapter. "Bioethics," chapter 2 in Delight in Creation: Scientists Share Their Work with the Church, ed. Deborah Haarsma and Scott Hoezee, 32-49 (Grand Rapids, MI: Center for Excellence in Preaching, 2012). Peer reviewed.
  0 Church group presentation. "Challenges and Lessons from the Terri Schiavo Case," Church Adult Education Class. Westwood Christian Reformed Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan. 02/26/1012
  0 Church group presentation. "Withholding and Withdrawing of Medical Treatments," Church Adult Education Class. Westwood Christian Reformed Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan. 02/19/2012
  0 Professional Svcs. Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith
  0 Professional Svcs. Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith (journal of the American Scientific Affiliation)
  0 Professional Svcs. Conducted 10 interviews with math and science faculty from CCCU institutions and non-CCCU institutions for project titled "CCCU Study on Science and Religion," funded by the Templeton Foundation; report forthcoming in 2013.
  0 Professional Svcs. Presidential Teaching Initiatives Grant consultant, "Practical Reasoning: Exploring Relationships between Professional and Liberal Arts Education" (Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, MI; Friday, June 15, 2012).
  0 Student Learning. Off-campus interim course titled "History of Science and Religion: Italy and England." Led 15 students through Italy (Rome, Florence, Pisa, and Venice) and England (London, Cambridge, Oxford, Greenwich, Amesbury/Salisbury, and Windsor); awesome learning beyond the classroom.
  0 Public Service. Spectrum Health Ethics Committee member Metro Health Biomedical Ethics Committee member Board of Trustees member, Hospice of Michigan Pacific Rim Institute for Environmental Stewardship, Board of Trustees member
TOT   0  
Bouma, Bud - Biology - 2010-2011  (16 Items) 
  0 Church group presentation. "Dying Amidst Technology," Church Adult Education Class. Millbrook Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/14/2009
  0 Church group presentation. "Human Stem Cells: I. Science," Church Adult Education Class. First Christian Reformed Church, Muskegon, Michigan. 02/20/2011
  0 Church group presentation. "Human Stem Cells: I. Science," Church Adult Education Class. Second Christian Reformed Church, Grand Haven, Michigan. 12/13/2009
  0 Church group presentation. "Human Stem Cells: II. Ethics and Public Policy," Church Adult Education Class. First Christian Reformed Church, Muskegon, Michigan. 02/27/2011
  0 Church group presentation. "Human Stem Cells: II. Ethics and Public Policy," Church Adult Education Class. Second Christian Reformed Church, Grand Haven, Michigan. 12/20/2009
  0 Session panelist. "Biomedical Ethics Case Review discussion," Spectrum Health Bioethics Conference. Calvin College Prince Conference Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/11/2009
  0 Professional Svcs. Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith
  0 Professional Svcs. Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith (journal of the American Scientific Affiliation)
  0 Professional Svcs. Megan DeFranza, doctoral candidate, Department of Theology, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI: doctoral dissertation titled "Intersex and Imago: Sex, Gender, and Sexuality in Postmodern Theological Anthropology," successfully defended April 15, 2011.
  0 Curriculum. Developed and wrote Biology 115 (Human Biology) laboratory exercise titled "Humankind and the Environment: Calvin's Nature Preserve," emphasizing elements of environmental stewardship and sustainability; exercise is done last week of each spring semester
  0 Curriculum. Extra-credit option for Biology 115, Human Biology: students to donate a unit of blood
  0 Student Learning. "Charles Darwin's Life: On the Origin of Species" (Calvin College Honors Hall, Wednesday, September 22, 2010).
  0 Student Learning. "Milestones in the History of Science and Religion: Italy and England." Off-campus interim for 15 students in Italy (Rome, Florence, Pisa, and Venice) and England (London, Cambridge, Oxford, Greenwich, Amesbury/Salisbury, and Windsor)-learning went far beyond coursework
  0 Student Learning. "Neither Male nor Female, God Created Them: Intersex" (lecture sponsored by SAGA, Sexuality Series, and the Biology Department, Wednesday, October 13, 2010).
  0 Development & Service. Biology Department Colloquium discussion: "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks," by Rebecca Skloot, April 8, 2011.
  0 Public Service. Spectrum Health Ethics Committee member Metro Health Biomedical Ethics Committee member Board of Trustees member, Hospice of Michigan Pacific Rim Institute for Environmental Stewardship, Board of Trustees member
TOT   0  
Bouma, Bud - Biology - 2009-2010  (10 Items) 
  0 Church group presentation. "Human Stem Cells: I. Science," Church Adult Education Class. First Reformed Church, Holland, Michigan. 02/14/2010
  0 Church group presentation. "Human Stem Cells: II. Ethics and Public Policy," Church Adult Education Class. First Reformed Church, Holland, Michigan. 02/21/2010
  0 Professional Svcs. Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith
  0 Professional Svcs. Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith (Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation); reviewed submitted articles throughout the year
  0 Professional Svcs. Chair, 10-Year Biology Program Review, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL; Monday and Tuesday, April 5-6, 2010.
  0 Curriculum. Address biological basis (or lack thereof) of race in Biology 115, Human Biology, in the lectures on human origins
  0 Curriculum. Biology 115, Human Biology: Sustainability issues increasingly addressed in lectures on (a) global ecology and human interfaces and (b) human population, resources, and pollution
  0 Curriculum. Extra-credit option for Biology 115, Human Biology: students to donate a unit of blood
  0 Student Learning. "Research Ethics for Undergraduate Researchers (and Mentors)," introductory lecture for Calvin College Science Division undergraduate summer researchers and their mentors, May 3, 2010. (Presentation videotaped for use in subsequent years)
  0 Public Service. Spectrum Health Ethics Committee member Metro Health Biomedical Ethics Committee member Board of Trustees member, Hospice of Michigan Pacific Rim Institute for Environmental Stewardship, Board of Trustees members
TOT   0  
Bouman, Jeffrey - Administration - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  0 Invited lecture. "Athens and Jerusalem, Budapest and Grand Rapids: American Christian Higher Education in its Historical Context," Confessionality and University in the Modern World, 20th anniversary of Károli Gáspár Reformed University. Károli Gáspár Reformed University, Budapest, Hungary. 10/15/2013
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "No, They Won't Change the World: Service-Learning as Faithful Presence," Christian Educator's Association annual meeting. Century Center, South Bend, Indiana. 10/24/2013
TOT   0  
Bouman, Jeffrey - Administration - 2012-2013  (5 Items) 
  0 Church group presentation. Calvin Chapel talk. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/03/2013
  1 Keynote or plenary address. Plenary, 22nd annual Lilly Fellows Conference on the Arts and Humanities. University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana. 10/19/2012
  0 Development & Service. 2-day anti-racism training through CORR.
  0 Development & Service. Kuyers Institute-sponsored reading group on Christian Learning. Read "The Outrageous Idea of Academic Faithfulness" and "Making College Count." Reading Steve Garber's "Fabric of Faithfulness" for April.
  0 Public Service. Board member, *Culture is not Optional, Three Rivers, Michigan
TOT   1  
Bouman, Jeffrey - Administration - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. The role of service-learning as an engaged pedagogy toward teaching democracy, citizenship, and service at home and abroad Alliance of Universities for Democracy. Centre for Advanced Academic Studies, University of Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Croatia. 10/24/2011
TOT   0  
Bouman, Jeffrey - Administration - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  0 Session chair. Panel on International Service-Learning Messiah College's Sixth National Faith-Based Service- Learning Conference, "Sustaining Our Call to Service". Messiah College, Grantham, Pennsylvania. 06/11/2010
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Service-Learning as Christian Practice: Getting Beyond Thin Charity to an Embodied Justice Education in our Christian Schools Christian Educator's Association annual meeting. Century Center, South Bend, Indiana. 10/21/2010
  0 Student Learning. StreetFest mentor for Prelude group - Friday, September 3, 2010
TOT   0  
Bouman, Jeffrey - Administration - 2009-2010  (9 Items) 
  0 Book review. Fixing the Toilet in the Ivory Tower, book review of Matthew B. Crawford, Shopclass as Soulcraft: An Inquiry into the Value of Work. catapult magazine, Vol. 8, Num. 24, December, 2009. http://www.catapultmagazine.com/blood/book-review/fixing-the-toilet-in-the-ivory-tower
  0 Magazine article. Not by Chance. Feature article published on-line at catapult magazine, Vol. 8, Num. 22, November 2009, http://www.catapultmagazine.com/out-of-control/feature/not-by-chance
  0 Magazine article. Service-Learning, Study Abroad and Social Capital: Calvin College and the New Horizons Foundation. Best Practices paper published in Compact Magazine, Issue Three, 2010.
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. Learning, Doing, and Believing: Understanding Secularization in American Higher Education through Student Reflections at Brown University, Cornell University, and the University of Michigan Between 1880 and 1920 Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture, 3rd Annual. Baylor University, Waco, Texas. 10/13/2009
  5 Talk contributed at a conference. Seeds of Mercy and Seeds of Justice: Building the Universe with Focused Readings and Songs Kuyers Institute Conference on "Teaching, Learning, and Christian Practices". Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/28/2009
  0 Professional Svcs. Led a three-day faculty workshop on service-learning for faculty at Geneva College, Beaver Falls, PA, June 2010
  0 Professional Svcs. Taught a one-week seminar for MA students at Geneva College summer institute on Vocation and Formation in Higher Education
  0 Student Learning. Supervised the summer research of Ashley Pace, McGregor scholar, summer 2010
  0 Development & Service. Participated in reading group led by Jonathon Hill - reading James Davison Hunter's 2010, To Change the World, summer 2010
TOT   5  
Brandsen, Cheryl - Sociology - 2012-2013  (7 Items) 
  0 Professional Svcs. Assistant editor, Social Work and Christianity
  0 Student Learning. Independent study - gerontology
  0 Development & Service. APHA conference CIC CAO conference
  0 Development & Service. Attended Traces of the Trade
  0 Development & Service. FEN symposium on race: Loose Women; Incognito
  0 Development & Service. Justice for Maurice Henry Carter - attended this event
  0 Development & Service. Project Implicit Assessment
TOT   0  
Brandsen, Cheryl - Sociology - 2011-2012  (2 Items) 
  0 Professional Svcs. Assistant editor, Social Work and Christianity
  0 Development & Service. APHA conference CIC CAO conference
TOT   0  
Brandsen, Cheryl - Sociology - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Social Justice and Student Formation: Integrating Christian Faith with Teaching," North American Association of Social Workers. Hotel, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 10/30/2010
  0 Professional Svcs. Assistant editor, Social Work and Christianity
  0 Curriculum. Public health major/minor
TOT   0  
Brandsen, Cheryl - Sociology - 2009-2010  (3 Items) 
  0 Book review. Book review of Hope Matters: The Untold Story of How Faith Works in America by J. Calhoun (2007, Laurel, MD: Bartleby Press). Social Work and Christianity, 37, 1, 95-96. Peer reviewed.
  0 External grant (not govt). Social Work Partnership – Mother Patern College of Health Sciences, Monrovia, Liberia , Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation
  0 Professional Svcs. Assistant editor, Social Work and Christianity
TOT   0  
Bratt, James - History - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  2 Keynote or plenary address. "Abraham Kuyper for the 21st Century," Abraham Kuyper for the 21st Century. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/18/2013
  2 Talk contributed at a conference. "Abraham Kuyper: A New Biography," Kuyper in International Context. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 09/11/2013
TOT   4  
Bratt, James - History - 2012-2013  (9 Items) 
  0 Book authored. Abraham Kuyper: Modern Calvinist, Christian Democrat (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2013). http://www.eerdmans.com/Products/6906/abraham-kuyper.aspxhttp://www.amazon.com/Abraham-Kuyper-Calvinist-Christian-Religious/dp/0802869068/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1363986898&sr=1-1&keywords=bratt+kuyper
  0 Book review. Leon van den Broeke, et al., Transatlantic Pieties: Dutch Clergy in Colonial America (Eerdmans, 2012). De Halve Maen 86 (Spring 2013): 15-16. Peer reviewed.
  0 Book review. Of Enne Koops, De dynamiek van een emigratiecultuur. De emigratie van gereformeerden, hervormden en katholieken naar Noord-Amerika in vergelijkend perspectief (1947-1963) (Verloren, 2010). Church History and Religious Culture 92 (2012): 477-79. Peer reviewed.
  0 Journal article. "From Neo-Calvinism to Broadway Boogie-Woogie: Abraham Kuyper as the Jilted Stepfather of Piet Mondrian." The Kuyper Review (Abraham Kuyper Center for Public Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary) 3 (Spring 2013).
  0 Award/honor. Presidential Award for Exemplary Teaching, Calvin College
  0 Professional Svcs. Outside reader for PhD dissertation of Matthew Kaemingk, 'Mecca and Amsterdam: A Reformed Theology of Pluralism, Justice, and Hospitality,' to be defended at Vrije University Amsterdam, September 2013
  0 Student Learning. 1. Rachel Hekman, "Historiography of Religion and the American Civil War," History Dept honors capstone sequence, Spring term 2013 2. Jama Runkel, "American Concepts of Success" DCM Spring term 2013 3. Benjamin T. Wood, "Historiography of Beaver Island," History Dept honors capstone sequence, Spring term 2013
  0 Development & Service. Attended sessions related to racial identity, slavery, and abolitionism at the annual conference of the Society for the History of the Early American Republic, St. Louis, 18-21 July 2013.
  0 Development & Service. Co-teaching interdisciplinary honors course with William Romanowski: "American History through the Eyes of Hollywood: From JFK to Reagan."
TOT   0  
Bratt, James - History - 2011-2012  (16 Items) 
  0 Book chapter. "English, Dutch, & Swedish Protestantism in the Era of Exploration and Early Colonization." Cambridge History of Religions in America, Stephen J. Stein, ed., 2012. Vol. 1, 219-37. Peer reviewed. http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_1_24?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=cambridge+history+of+religions+in+america&sprefix=cambridge+history+of+rel%2Cstripbooks%2C179
  0 Book chapter. "Introduction" to By the Vision of Another World: Worship in American History. Eerdmans, 2012.
  0 Book chapter. "Introduction" to The Best of the Reformed Journal. Eerdmans, 2011.
  0 Book chapter. "Introduction" to The Best of the Reformed Journal. Eerdmans, 2011.
  0 Book chapter. "The Liturgical Role in Political Power: Two Protestant Congregations in a 20th-Century City," in By the Vision of Another World: Worship in American History. Eerdmans, 2012.
  0 Book edited or translated. The Best of the Reformed Journal http://www.eerdmans.com/Products/6702/the-best-of-the-reformed-journal.aspx
  0 Book edited or translated. By the Vision of Another World: Worship in American History http://www.eerdmans.com/Products/6710/by-the-vision-of-another-world.aspx
  0 Book review. Review of Eric Miller, Hope in a Scattering Time: A Life of Christopher Lasch (Eerdmans, 2010). Books & Culture.
  0 Keynote or plenary address. "Abraham Kuyper and the French Revolution," Neo-Calvinism and the French Revolution. The American Church in Paris, Paris, France. 08/23/2012
  0 Session chair. "Who Invented the Second Great Awakening?" Society for Historians of the Early American Republic. Tremont Grand Plaza, Baltimore, Maryland. 07/21/2012
  0 Session panelist. Abraham Kuyper's Social Gospel American Society of Church History. Westin Copley Place, Boston, Massachusetts. 01/09/2011
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. "Abolitionism and Antirevolutionaries: The Liberty Part as a Christian Democratic Phenomenon," Neo-Calvinism and Democracy. Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. 04/20/2012
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. The Augustana Synod in Light of American Immigration History Augustana Heritage Association Gathering VIII. Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota. 06/23/2012
  0 Professional Svcs. Member of Council, American Society of Church History Member of Advisory Board, Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals
  0 Public Service. Chair of Council, Eastern Avenue Christian Reformed Church
  0 Public Service. Elder, Eastern Avenue Christian Reformed Church
TOT   0  
Bratt, James - History - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  0 Church group presentation. Religion & Politics in American History Church Adult Education Class. First Christian Reformed Church, Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan. 11/21/2010
  0 Church group presentation. Religion & Politics in American History Church Adult Education Class. First Christian Reformed Church, Muskegon, Michigan. 10/03, 10/2010
  0 Talk contributed at a conference. From Neo-Calvinism to Broadway Boogie-Woogie: Abraham Kuyper as the Jilted Stepfather of Piet Mondrian. Calvinism and Culture. Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. 04/22/2011
TOT   0  
Bratt, James - History - 2009-2010  (12 Items) 
  0 Book chapter. "Calvinism in North America." In Christoph Stockelberger & Reinhold Bernhardt, eds., Calvin Global: How Faith Influences Societies. Geneva: Globalethics.net, 2009. 133-58. Peer reviewed.
  0 Book chapter. "Confessional Theologies in Nineteenth-Century America," in David Ferguson, ed., The Blackwell Companion to Nineteenth Century Theology. (Chichester, UK: Blackwell Publishing, 2010).
  0 Book chapter. "Sphere Sovereignty among Abraham Kuyper's Other Political Theories." _The Kuyper Review_ (Abraham Kuyper Center for Public Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary) 1/1: September 2009. Peer reviewed.
  0 Book review. Review of Matthew J. Grow. "Liberty to the Downtrodden," Thomas L. Kane, Romantic Reformer. Journal of American History 98/3 (December 2009): 834-35.
  0 Invited lecture. "Abraham Kuyper and the Welfare State" undergraduate course on Dutch society. Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 03/19/2010
  0 Invited lecture. "America the Old." Keynote lecture at intercollegiate American-Studies Day. , Amsterdam, Netherlands. 05/03/2010
  0 Invited lecture. "Religion and Politics in the United States Today" quarterly managers' meeting, Dow-Benelux Corporation. , Temeuzen, Netherlands. 03/24/2010
  0 Invited lecture. "Roads out of Revivalism" Graduate Seminar on Evangelicalism. Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 05/10/2010
  0 Invited lecture. "Sphere Sovereignty among Abraham Kuyper's Other Political Theories" Seminar in Political Theory. Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 03/19/2010
  0 External grant (not govt). Fulbright-Dow Distinguished Research Chair of the Roosevelt Study Center, Middelburg, the Netherlands., Fulbright-Dow Benelux
  0 Internal grant. "Biography of Abraham Kuyper", Sabbatical
  0 Professional Svcs. Interview with Janice McWhertor and Laura Carpenter on history of American race relations for anti-racism initiative, Church of the Servant CRC 01/09/2009 Interview with Albertine Bloemendal, _Trouw_ (Dutch daily newspaper) about Abraham Kuyper. 09/09/2009 Interview with three East Grand Rapids High School students for "We the People" national competition, 15/12/2009 Evaluated prospective articles for _Calvin Theological Journal_ and _the Kuyper Review_ Co-Editor, _Perspectives_ magazine Advisory board, Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals
TOT   0  
Bratt, Ken - Classical Languages - 2012-2013  (9 Items) 
0 Church group presentation. "The Passion of Christ in Early Christian Art & Poetry," Church Adult Education Class. Second Christian Reformed Church, Grand Haven, Michigan. 02/17/2013
0 reading club presentation. "Thucydides' History of the Peloponnesian War," reading club session. private home, Grand Haven, Michigan. 11/08/2012
0 Student Learning. Co-mentor and activity planner for first cohort of 32 Honors Fellows. Member of interview team for second cohort.
0 Student Learning. Coleader of Interim in Greece for 22 students, 8 of whom completed CCE requirements
0 Student Learning. Member of interview committee for students seeking Fulbright Student Fellowships for research / study abroad.
0 Student Learning. Supervised two students in independent study of Pauline epistles in Greek.
0 Development & Service. Authored most of Classics Department self-study for external evaluators and comprehensive program revision proposal for faculty committees & Senate.
0 Development & Service. National Collegiate Honors Council conference in Boston
0 Development & Service. Team-taught Interim in Greece with David Noe.
TOT   0  
Bratt, Ken - Classical Languages - 2011-2012  (14 Items) 
0 Invited lecture. The Ancient Olympics Lecture for Calvin Academy of Lifelong Learning. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/28/2012
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