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Aay, Henk - 2010-2011  (4 Items) 
Session panelist. American Memory and Forgetting National American Study Conference. Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands. 04/01/2011
Interviewed. Dutch Documentaries shown in the USA, 1942-1973 live radio interviews on Dutch national and provincial (Zeeland) radio networks . , Middelburg, Netherlands. 04/19/2011
Invited lecture. Human Historical Modifications of Dutch River Systems Meijer Chair Lecture. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/16/2010
Invited lecture. Cultural Diplomacy via Film: Dutch Documentary Films Shown in the USA, 1942-1974 see notes below. Middelburg, Vlissingen, Groningen, the Netherlands; Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland. 03/16/2011; 04/18/2011; 05/12/2011; 05/26/2011; 06/07/2011
Abadeer, Adel - 2011-2012  (4 Items) 
  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
  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
  Public Service. Radio Interview: Red Kingman Interviews Adel Abadeer http://whtc.com/podcasts/whtc-morning-red-kingman/red-kingman-interviews-adel-abadeer/
  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.
Abadeer, Adel - 2010-2011  (8 Items) 
  Published interview. "Calvin College Professor: 'There Is Not Much Clarity' on the Future of Egypt" http://www.mlive.com/news/grand-rapids/index.ssf/2011/02/calvin_college_professor_there.html
  Invited lecture. Egypt at a Crossroads: Reflections on the Past, Present, and future Multicultural Student Advisory Board (MSAB). Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/21/2011
  Invited lecture. An Islamic perspective on Jews & Judaism Church Adult Education Class. Cascade Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/05/2010
  Invited lecture. An Islamic perspective on Women Church Adult Education Class. Cascade Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/12/2010
  Session panelist. Egypt and the January 25th Revolution Amnesty International and the Middle East Club. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/17/2011
  Invited lecture. An Introduction to Islam Church Adult Education Class. Cascade Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/14/2010
  Invited lecture. The Multifacted Dimensions of Muslims and Islam Church Adult Education Class. Cascade Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/21/2010
  Public Service. Presented a lecture, "Understanding Islam: Religion, Culture, and State." Hosted by the Carpenter's House Outreach Church, Hudsonville, MI.
Abadeer, Adel - 2009-2010  (7 Items) 
  Department Seminar. "How Informal Norms Marginalize Women in Less Developed Countries," Economics Department's lecture. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/19/2010
  Invited lecture. Redemptive Diversity in Christian Institutions CCE class led by the Dean for Multicultual Affairs. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/19/2010
  Session panelist. Shariah Law of Islam: What is it, and how does it affect free nations? Women For Freedom Committee: The Gerald R. Ford Republican Women. Comfort Suites Hotel, Comstock Park, Michigan. 01/14/2010
  Invited lecture. "Christian and Economic Perspectives on Stewardship," 26th Annual Conference of The Arab Evangelical Church. , Boston, Massachusetts. 04/07/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. "The Value of Christian Education," 26th Annual Conference of The Arab Evangelical Church. , Boston, Massachusetts. 04/07/2010
  Session panelist. Shariah Law of Islam Part II Women For Freedom Committee: The Gerald R. Ford Republican Women. Eternal Word Church, Grandville, Michigan. 06/19/2010
  Student Learning. Addressing the 2010 Entrada Scholars during their orientation.
Adams, Joel - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  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
Adams, Joel - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Federal grant. Expanding Computation for Interdisciplinary Science, NSF
Adams, Joel - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. "CS Fulbrights Abroad: Mauritius and Iceland," Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 42nd. Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Dallas, Texas. 03/11/2011
Admiraal, Kristen - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended the Conference on Christianity, Culture, and Diversity in America; November 5-6, 2010
Admiraal, Kristen - 2008-2009  (1 Item)  
  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.
Anderson, Carolyn - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  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.
  Development & Service. I participated in the "Witnessing Whiteness" reading group lead by Dean Loyd-Paige.
Anderson, Carolyn - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Participated in a Chemistry Department reading group focused on the book "Arc of Justice."
Anderson, Carolyn - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. I was a participant in the CCCS reading group "Exploring the Impact of Faith on Educational Aspirations for Under-represented Students in Higher Education: A 2010-2011 Working Group" lead by Dr. Rhae-Ann Booker.
Arnoys, Eric - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  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.
  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.
Arnoys, Eric - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. Supervised independent student research projects for 3 students during the academic year.
Arnoys, Eric - 2011-2012  (3 Items) 
  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.
  Student Learning. I supervised research projects of three Calvin students (Elizabeth DeGroot, Riemer Praamsma, and Christine Ikponmwonba) throughout the summer.
  Development & Service. I participated in my department's reading and discussion of "Arc of Justice" by Kevin Boyle.
Arnoys, Eric - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. Justice Mason, an African American high school student from City High, worked with me on a research project for 8 weeks this summer through our Project SEED program. This was his first summer in my lab.
Ayoola, Adejoke - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Award/honor. Faculty Lectureship Award, NSM
Ayoola, Adejoke - 2012-2013  (17 Items) 
  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
  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
  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
  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
  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
  Award/honor. Top 20 Medical & Nursing Professors in Michigan, Online schools in Michigan
  Internal grant. 2013 Alumni Association Faculty Grant, Alumni
  Internal grant. Science Division 2013 Summer Science Research faculty, Science Division summer research
  Internal grant. Marian Petersen Research grant, Nursing Department
  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.
  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.
  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.
  Student Learning. I presented on Nigerian culture to a cross-cultural engagement class at Calvin College on October 16, 2012.
  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.
  Development & Service. Attended a teaching session on teaching international students by Leanne Doornbos Nagel and Jo Cooper (Oct. 18, 2012)
  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).
  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.
Ayoola, Adejoke - 2011-2012  (3 Items) 
  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
  External grant (not govt). Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholars, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  Student Learning. Seminar presentations and manuscript writing based on "Determinants of Delayed Prenatal Care among African American Women Who Recognized Their Pregnancies Early"
Ayoola, Adejoke - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. Preconception Monitoring of Women's Ovulation Time and Other Menstrual Changes: A Pilot Study Sigma Theta Tau International's 22nd International Nursing Research Congress. The Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort, Cancun, Mexico. 07/11/2011
  Professional Svcs. Reviewed an article for the Bulletin of the World Health Organization.
  Development & Service. I presented on April 18 2011 as one of the panelist for the Teaching Fellows Panel: "International Faculty Issues in the Classroom." The goal of the discussion is for Calvin faculty at large to better understand the issues that international faculty members experience in the classroom, and for international faculty to learn from and support each other.
Ayoola, Adejoke - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. Faculty-student research collaboration: I worked with two students on two projects namely: Parents' emotional reactions to the birth of very preterm babies- Anna Schipper, who is a junior nursing honors student. We had a poster presentation on this project at the 2010 MNRS Annual Research Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, April 8-11, 2010. The second project is a systematic review on "Excess Prepregnancy Weight and its impact on Birth Outcomes among Adolescent Mothers" by Lindsay Clutter, a senior nursing honors student. We are working on manuscripts for publications based on these two projects. Community-based research and learning: Based on the focus group discussions on pregnancy recognition that I did with one of my colleagues, we designed an intervention on knowing your body. This intervention was pilot tested in the neighborhoods that we use for our community-based nursing in spring 2010. The intervention and pilot survey was administered by all the senior nursing students. This provided a great learning opportunities for all the students. Engagement, outside of class, with first-year students:I had one-to-one discussions with all my advisees who were freshmen. FEN-related activities:To promote FEN-related goals, I incorporated discussions of culturally relevant issues and care during pregnancy and childbirth to every class. Students were asked to choose a particular culture and identify main pregnancy-related issues in that culture and present this in every class.
Baez, Richard - 2013-2014  (4 Items) 
  Development & Service. Attended Students with Non-Apparent Disabilities: Using a Multicultural-Social Justice framework - NASPA Webinar
  Development & Service. Attended Bias, Assumptions, and Stereotypes by Eric Foster
  Development & Service. Attended Latino/a student recruitment, retention, and learning by Dr. Rebecca Hernandez
  Development & Service. Completed on-line ReNew training through MAC
Baez, Richard - 2012-2013  (5 Items) 
  Development & Service. Attended Facing Racism a half day workshop inspired by the CRC.
  Development & Service. Attended Micro-Aggression presentation by Dr. Michelle Lloyd-Paige for SLD
  Development & Service. Attended Facing Racism - professional development workshop
  Development & Service. Attended Tim Wise presentation on anti-racism at GVSU
  Development & Service. Attended Belhar Confession sermons at Chapel every week including MLK march
Baez, Richard - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended Lakeshore Regional Summit on Race and Inclusion
Baez, Richard - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  Development & Service. Working With Resistance for White/Colored Students in Talking About Diversity – APA Convention
  Development & Service. Learning from Strangers, David Smith
  Development & Service. Member of Multicultural Advisory Committee from 2011 to present
Bailey, Patrick - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  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.
  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.
Baker, Judith - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
Development & Service. Mentored a new practicum instructor in the fall semester CCCS reading group on Faith Formation Attended four Webinars: three on standardized testing systems and one on the essentials for nursing accreditation Faculty Workshop on the FEN Study report Advising Workshop on Strengths-based advising
Bascom, Johnathan - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Chapel speaker. "Acts 8: The Testimony of the Ethiopian Eunuch," Calvin Chapel talk. Calvin College Chapel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/28/2012
Bascom, Johnathan - 2011-2012  (2 Items) 
  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.
  Federal grant. Fulbright Scholar, IIE
Bascom, Johnathan - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Department Seminar. Geographic Illiteracy, Empathic Knowledge, & Narcissistic Study Abroad Geology, Geography and Environmental Studies Department seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/01/2011
Bascom, Johnathan - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Participant in multi-week, church class on the return of racist segregation in public education; book discussion of The Shame of the Nation by award-winning author, Jonathan Kozol
Bebej, Ryan - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Participated in OneCampus: A Facilitated Discussion workshop (December 5, 2013)
Bebej, Ryan - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  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).
Bediako, Yaw - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  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.
Benson, David - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  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.
Benson, David - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. Mentored Sam Mudzingwa (East Kentwood High School) for 8-weeks through Project SEED at Calvin during summer research.
Benson, David - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  Development & Service. Facilitated scientific and reporting aspects of renovating the Integrated Science Research Experimental Laboratory (ISRx) in the basement of the Science Building. This involved weekly meetings with Physical Plant personnel and managing compliance document reporting to the National Science Foundation. This lab will perpetuate the Project SEED program to bring in high school students who are underrepresented minorities in the sciences.
  Development & Service. Applied for and participated in Project SEED 2011, a high school research opportunity program for underrepresented minorities in the sciences.
  Public Service. Mentored Matthew Igo (Hudsonville High School) in Project SEED 2011.
Benson, David - 2009-2010  (4 Items) 
  Curriculum. Chem 230 Resource Mapping Project: A Google Earth document was developed that details the regions of the world (focused on developing nations) where minerals are mined for inorganic chemical feedstocks.
  Curriculum. Participated in discussions for Chem 295 on "Percy Julian: Forgotten Genius," the biography of a prominent African-American Industrial Chemist.
  Public Service. 2010 Calvin College Project SEED Co-Coordinator (w/ Mark Muyskens): Wrote the grant to American Chemical Society, developed matching funds (Calvin and West Michigan ACS), recruited economically-disadvantaged high school students, reviewed applications, made awards, facilitated HR document creation, developed program and activities, mentored one of the five researchers (Calandra Jones), and facilitated reporting to American Chemical Society.
  Public Service. Youth (High School) Group Leader, inSpirit Church, Byron Center, MI
Berglund, Bruce - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  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/
  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/
Berglund, Bruce - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  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/
Bergsma, Jerry - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Welcoming Diversity Training, Oct 25, 2011
Betts, Thomas - 2011-2012  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Attended FEN Seminar: "Neither Jew Nor Gentile: Exploring Issues of Racial Diversity on Protestant College Campuses" by Dr. George Yancey.
  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.
Betts, Thomas - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Professional Svcs. Marketing and Business consulting for TrueSuccess--a character-based curriculum for 1st-8th graders.
Bierling, Marilyn - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  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
Bierling, Marilyn - 2012-2013  (3 Items) 
  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
  Public Service. Inter-college committee to plan Latin American Film Festival for April 2013
  Public Service. Interpretation for JFON (Justice for Our Neighbors): Organization of Methodist Church that provides legal services for undocumented immigrants
Bierling, Marilyn - 2011-2012  (6 Items) 
  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
  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
  Church group presentation. The Christian Reformed Church in Cuba Church Adult Education Class. Ada Christian Reformed Church, Ada, Michigan. 10/01/2011
  Student Learning. Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church: McGregor Fellow Julie Busscher assisted in subtitling and translating interviews with Cuban refugees.
  Public Service. Served on inter-college committee to plan Grand Rapids Latin American Film Festival for March 2012.
  Public Service. Interpreted from Spanish to English at immigration clinics held by JFON (Justice For Our Neighbors, an organization of the United Methodist Church.
Bierling, Marilyn - 2010-2011  (10 Items) 
  Video recording (e.g. film or DVD). "Cuban Refugees and the Christian Reformed Church." Interviews by Marilyn Bierling and Elena Brubaker, Feb.-July 2011. Heritage Hall, Hekman Library, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. http://www.calvin.edu/news/archive/researching-the-crc-s-work-with-cuban-refugees
  Talk contributed at a conference. "The Cuban Immigrant Experience in the U.S. Church," North American Christian Foreign Language Association (NACFLA) conference . Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas. 04/08/2011
  Church group presentation. Traditional Religion in the Yucatan Peninsula Church Adult Education Class. Ada Christian Reformed Church, Ada, Michigan. 09/12/2010
  Internal grant. Faculty grant from Calvin Alumni Association Board, Alumni
  Internal grant. mentor for McGregor Fellow, McGregor
  Internal grant. Kuyers Grant, Kuyers Grant for
  Student Learning. Promotion of student service learning in Spanish 201.
  Development & Service. Participated in year-long reading group on International Development.
  Public Service. Organized, provided orientation, and led mission trip for Ada CRC members to Xoy, Yucatan.
  Public Service. Interpreter at monthly clinics for JFON (Justice for Our Neighbors),a faith-based organization in Grand Rapids that provides an immigration lawyer free of charge to low-income persons.
Bierling, Marilyn - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Immigration Impasse: Issues for the Classroom" Conference on Diversity: Pedagogy and Scholarship Across the Disciplines. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/24/2009
  Internal grant. sabbatical leave for interim and spring 2011, Sabbatical
Bloem, Russell - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  Student Learning. Attended "Incognito" during UnLearn Week, Calvin College, 10/8/13
  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
Bolt, Brian - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. Dancing with the Stars: Ballroom dance teaching in a diverse high school setting American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (AAHPERD) National Convention. University Place Convention Center and Hotel, Indianapolis, Indiana. 03/12/2010
  Professional Svcs. Founding and current board of trustees member for the First Tee of West Michigan, an national organization with local chapters designed to teach provide opportunities for learning the game of golf and character development through golf for underprivileged, primarily urban children.
  Professional Svcs. Designed and implemented 4 week teaching experience for Calvin of a new curriculum in local public schools (Ottawa Hills High School, Ridge Park Charter). Included preparation for working with diverse populations and study of local schools. Involved 10 Calvin students and approximately 100 public school students.
Bolt, Michael - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Completed the Welcoming Diversity online training (October 25, 2011).
Bossenbroek, Debra - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  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
  Development & Service. 2012-2013 Attended a nursing department faculty development event by Leanne Doornbos entitled "Culture in the Classroom"
Bossenbroek, Debra - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. "Cultural Competency in the Classroom," presented by Michelle Loyd-Paige, Nov. 3, 2011.
Bossenbroek, Debra - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Participated in a Cultural Intelligence workshop.
Bouma, Bud - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Biology Department Colloquium discussion: "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks," by Rebecca Skloot, April 8, 2011.
Bouma, Bud - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Address biological basis (or lack thereof) of race in Biology 115, Human Biology, in the lectures on human origins
Bouman, Jeffrey - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. 2-day anti-racism training through CORR.
Brandsen, Cheryl - 2012-2013  (5 Items) 
  Development & Service. APHA conference CIC CAO conference
  Development & Service. Justice for Maurice Henry Carter - attended this event
  Development & Service. FEN symposium on race: Loose Women; Incognito
  Development & Service. Project Implicit Assessment
  Development & Service. Attended Traces of the Trade
Brandsen, Cheryl - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. APHA conference CIC CAO conference
Brandsen, Cheryl - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  External grant (not govt). Social Work Partnership – Mother Patern College of Health Sciences, Monrovia, Liberia , Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation
Bratt, James - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  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
  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.
Bratt, James - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  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
Bratt, Ken - 2012-2013  (3 Items) 
Student Learning. Coleader of Interim in Greece for 22 students, 8 of whom completed CCE requirements
Student Learning. Member of interview committee for students seeking Fulbright Student Fellowships for research / study abroad.
Development & Service. Team-taught Interim in Greece with David Noe.
Bratt, Ken - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
Student Learning. Co-leader of Interim in Italy with 20 students, 11 of whom completed CCE requirements.
Bratt, Ken - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
Curriculum. Developed and taught two new courses for the Semester in Britain: STBR 312 (British Culture, with CCE credit) and STBR 371 (The Roman Legacy in Britain), including 14 field trips for a class of 27.
Student Learning. Collaboration with 27 students in cross-cultural engagement activities in York, England, as well as 14 excursions in England, Scotland, and Wales.
Public Service. Fuller Ave. CRC worship committee chair, ministry support team, choir member, active in neighborhood programming & Streetfest at Fuller.
Bratt, Ken - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
Student Learning. Director of Honors Program and mentor for honors students on 3rd Van Reken.
Development & Service. Speaker on applying to graduate school (once for seniors on Oct. 21, 2009, and once for international students on March 13, 2010). Served on interview committees for the Lilly Graduate Fellows program (Hannah Borman & Robert Zandstra won!) and the Fulbright Student Fellowship program; mentored students applying to the Scholars Semester in Oxford and one applying for a Rhodes Scholarship.
Brink, John - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended seminar on October 30,2013 led by Jo Cooper, Leanne Doornbos and Linda Bosch. Topic of seminar was INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AT CALVIN COLLEGE
Brink, John - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Teaching Fellows - Panel: International Faculty Issues in the Classroom. The goal of the discussion is for Calvin faculty at large to better understand the issues that international faculty members experience in the classroom, and for international faculty to learn from and support each other.
Bruxvoort, Crystal - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. I attended the annual meeting (2013) for the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) in Charleston, SC, and participated in an experiential session entitled, "Educational Challenges for Unrecognized Cultural Groups: A Performance Ethnography on the Gullah/Geechee Communities."
Bruxvoort, Crystal - 2010-2011  (2 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Served as a science fair judge (6th grade) at Martin Luther King School, Grand Rapids, MI. Invited by: Jill Welsh
  Development & Service. Attended a FEN-related workshop titled, Anti-Racism 101: Understanding and responding to Racism. Facilitator: Michelle Loyd-Page
Buteyn, Mary - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Was trained as a facilitator in the CRCNA for leading Cultural Intelligence workshops.
Buteyn, Mary - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Assessing Our Goals: Measuring Global Competence," American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Central States Conference. hotel, Indianapolis, Indiana. 03/05/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. "More Than Just a Tour Guide: Transforming Student Trips into Intercultural Learning Experiences," Michigan World Languages Association Conference. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. 10/21/2010
  Curriculum. I developed and then taught the new German 372 course (Outside Voices), which deals with literature and films by and about members of minority cultures within Germany. It is currently being taught by a colleague using the syllabus and materials I developed.
Buteyn, Mary - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Assessing Our Lofty Goals," North American Christian Foreign Language Association (NACFLA) conference. Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana. 03/22/2010
Buursma, Debra - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Participated in the reading group Becoming an Anti-Racist Church: Journeying toward Wholeness by Joseph Barndt Fall 2012
Buursma, Debra - 2011-2012  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Participated in FEN-related Race and Reconciliation reading group during the Spring Months. Mobilizing Hope by Adam Taylor
  Development & Service. Attended sectional - 2011 Fall Conference for faculty and Staff "Teaching and Learning Cross-Culturally"
Buursma, Debra - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  Development & Service. Attended the Multicultural Curriculum Transformation Workshop. Calvin College. March 10-11, 2011
  Development & Service. We met once a month for a full year 2010-2011 as part of a CCCS grant funded project:The Impact of Faith on Educational Aspirations for Under-Represented Students in Higher Education.
  Development & Service. Attended the Play about Structural and Personal Racism: LINES; Securedfunding in order to have Students in my Societal Structures Course attend at a reduced rate.
Buursma, Debra - 2008-2009  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended the one week Graduate Education Social Context Workshop: Race
Byma, Elizabeth - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended Bias, Assumptions, & Stereotypes Workshop
Byma, Elizabeth - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Attended nursing faculty development seminar. Culture in Classroom by Leanne Doornbos.
  Development & Service. Took part in "Dear White America" book group
Byma, Elizabeth - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended nursing department seminar "Cultural Competency in the Classroom" presented my Michelle Loyd-Paige
Bytwerk, Randall - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Synagogue Presentation. "Kristallnacht and Its Aftermath," invited lecture. Temple Emmanuel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/10/2013
Bytwerk, Randall - 2012-2013  (3 Items) 
  Translations. Anson Rabinbach & Sander L. Gilman, "The Third Reich Sourcebook," Berkeley, CA" University of California Press, 2013. Peer reviewed.
  Invited lecture. "The Propaganda of Genocide," Holocaust Educator Network of Michigan Summer Seminaer. Holocaust Memorial Center, Farmington Hills, Michigan. 07/09/2013
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Believing in 'Inner Truth': The Protocols of the Elders of Zion in Nazi Propaganda," National Communication Association. Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort, Orlando, Florida. 11/15/2012
Bytwerk, Randall - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Symbolic Violence in Nazi Anti-Semitic Propaganda," Texas A & M University Conference on Symbolic Violence. Texas A & M University, Bryan, Texas. 03/02/2012
Bytwerk, Randall - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  Keynote or plenary address. "The Propaganda of the Holocaust," Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance, 30th Annual. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. 04/02/2011
  Invited lecture. Teaching "Propaganda and the Holocaust," Summer Seminar on Holocaust Education. Transformations Spirituality Center, Kalamazoo, Michigan. 08/11/2011
  Development & Service. Attended production of "Lines: the lived experience of Race," directed by Stephanie Sandberg, at Actors' Theatre.
Bytwerk, Randall - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Other online document. I added 17 items to my on-line German Propaganda Archive (http://www.calvin.edu/cas/gpa/), including full translations of material from Nazi Germany and the German Democratic Republic. If you want, I could list them individually.
Cano Villalobos, Mandy - 2012-2013  (11 Items) 
  Radio/TV program. "Protest Art". Inner Compass. Calvin College, West Michigan. Season 13. November, 2012. Internet. http://www.calvin.edu/innercompass/2012-13/
  Invited lecture. "Career Development," Yo Puedo Program. Union High School, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/15/2013
  Exhibition. "Residuum," Invitational lecture for Residential College students, MSU. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. 04/15/2013
  Exhibition. "Pedazos," Pedazos. Casa Pauly, Corporacion Cultural Puerto Montt, Puerto Montt, Chile. 01/09/2013
  Exhibition. "N.N. (Ningun Nombre)," . La Casa de Arte y Cultura "Calles y Suenos", Chicago, Illinois. 11/09/2012
  Solo Exhibition. "Voces," Solo Exhibition, Center Art Gallery. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/18/2012
  Exhibition. "FLUX," Nuit Blanche. Caos Gallery, Washington, DC. 10/12/2012
  Exhibition. "Voces," (e)merge Art Fair. Skyline Hotel, Washington, DC. 10/04/2012
  Student Learning. In preparation of various FEN-related exhibitions during the Fall of 2012, I collaborated with multiple students in both studio and research pursuits. These collaborations were incorporated into coursework so as to broaden content and pedagogical approaches involving multi-cultural eduacation. The collaborations also took place outside of the classroom and enhanced students' understanding of professional art practices.
  Development & Service. Anti-Racism Workshop
  Development & Service. Participation in reading group, "Witnessing Whiteness"
Cano Villalobos, Mandy - 2011-2012  (2 Items) 
  Journal article. Cano Villalobos, Mandy. Voices in Dialogue: Women, Art, and Justice. Perspectives: A Journal of Reformed Thought. April 2012. http://www.rca.org/Page.aspx?pid=8316
  Exhibition. "Voces," Porter Butts Gallery. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, Wisconsin. 06/18/2012
Cano Villalobos, Mandy - 2010-2011  (11 Items) 
  Exhibition. Nombre . Krasl Art Center, Saint Joseph, Michigan. 04/20/2011
  Exhibition. Voces Open Concept Gallery. 50 Louis St., Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/01/2010
  Exhibition. Reinas art exhibit - faculty. Calvin College, Center Art Gallery, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/18/2011
  Exhibition. (a)wake 89 Ionia. , Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/18/2011
  Exhibition. "Associations," Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (UICA) . , Grand Rapids, Michigan. 05/01/2011
  Exhibition. "N.N.," Site Lab. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 05/01/2011
  Exhibition. "Nombre," Site Lab. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/15/2010
  Internal grant. Major Grant, CCCS
  Internal grant. Undergraduate Research Award, The Henry Institute
  Curriculum. Currently attending Multicultural Transformation Coloquium to implement new teaching strategies and multicultural awareness in the classroom.
  Student Learning. Through grants and studio work, I have collaborated with students and recent alumni on multiple projects. As many of these projects involve historical, societal and human rights issues of Latin America, students have augmented their studio experiences with a knowledge of Latin American culture. Moreover, student collaborators have benefited from working under professional expectations and gaining a broader perspective of the art world that goes beyond the academic realm.
Cano Villalobos, Mandy - 2008-2009  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Yo Puedo Program. (Presentation volunteer. Met with local Latin American youth to discuss future plans for education and career).
Carlson, Neil - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Congregations, Networks, and Collaboration: The Family Leadership Initiative," Society for the Scientific Study of Religion (SSSR) annual meeting. Westin Waterfront hotel, Boston, Massachusetts. 11/09/2013
  Public Service. Member of Heart of West Michigan United Way Basic Needs Evaluation and Accountability Team for Education and Child Care, January-February 2014. Review of funding proposals to United Way from ten community organizations over five meetings.
Carlson, Neil - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Journal article. Mulder, Mark T., Kristen Napp, Neil E. Carlson, Zig Ingraffia, Khary Bridgewater and Edwin Hernandez. 2012. "The Role of the Congregation in Community Service: A Philanthropic Case Study." The Foundation Review (Vol 4 Issue 3), pages 21-41. Peer reviewed. http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/jcgvsu/fr
  Professional Svcs. Served as co-principal investigator and CSR team leader for the 2012 CRC Survey of congregants at 240 randomly sampled Christian Reformed Churches across the United States and Canada. A team of CSR students made over 1,000 phone calls and sent thousands of e-mail messages to churches to recruit congregational survey coordinators and support them in data collection. In recognition of the increasingly multicultural composition of the denomination, CSR recruited and supported three translators in creating Korean, Spanish, and Chinese translations of the survey.
Carlson, Neil - 2011-2012  (3 Items) 
  Journal article. Carlson, Neil E.; Hernandez, Edwin; Edmond-Verley, Chan; Rotondaro, Gustavo; Feliz-Santana, Eleibny; Heynig, Susan. 2011. "Developing a Master Data Sharing Agreement: Seeking Student-Level Evidence to Support a Collaborative Community Effort in Education" The Foundation Review, Volume 3, Number 4, 2011, pp. 14-33(20). Peer reviewed. http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/jcgvsu/fr/2011/00000003/00000004/art00003
  Church group presentation. "An overview of the Believe 2 Become Initiative," Church Adult Education Class. Neland Avenue Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/16/2011
  Professional Svcs. Served a third year as co-principal investigator for the Believe 2 Become and Gatherings of Hope Initiatives, funded by the Doug & Maria DeVos Foundation. The initiatives engage a broad network of Grand Rapids nonprofits and churches in an aligned effort to improve educational outcomes for underprivileged children. CSR provides support for survey data collection and analysis and related consultations, design, technology, and editorial support. The project connects Calvin College to inner-city organizations, churches and families.
Carpenter, Joel - 2013-2014  (21 Items) 
  Book chapter. "Foreword," in Communities of Faith in Africa and the African Diaspora: In Honor of Dr. Tite Tienou with Additional Essays on World Christianity, Edited by Casely B. Essamuah and David K. Ngaruiya. Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2013. Pp ix-xi. https://wipfandstock.com/store/Communities_of_Faith_in_Africa_and_the_African_Diaspora_In_Honor_of_Dr_Tite_Tinou_with_Additional_Essays_on_World_Christianity
  Book chapter. "What's New about the New Evangelical Social Engagement?" pp. 265-279 in The New Evangelical Social Engagement, ed. Brian Steensland and Philip Goff (Oxford University Press, 2014). Peer reviewed. http://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-new-evangelical-social-engagement-9780199329540?cc=us&lang=en&q=Goff, Philip&tab=description
  Book chapter. "Introduction: Christian Universities and the Global Expansion of Higher Education," in Christian Higher Education: A Global Reconnaissance, ed. J. Carpenter, P. Glanzer and N. Lantinga (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2014), pp. 1-23.
Peer reviewed. htttp://www.erdmans.com/Products/7105/christian-higher-education.aspx
  Book edited or translated. Christianity and Public Life in China: Religion, Society and the Rule of Law. Edited by Joel Carpenter and Kevin den Dulk. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. Peer reviewed. http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=756990
  Book edited or translated. Christian Higher Education: A Global Reconnaissnce. Edited by Joel Carpenter, Perry Glanzer and Nick Lantinga.  Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2014.
Peer reviewed. http://www.eerdmans.com/Products/7105/christian-higher-education.aspx
  Book chapter. co-authored, with Kevin den Dulk: "introduction," in Christianity and Public Life in China: Religion, Society and the Rule of Law, ed. Joel Carpenter and Kevin den Dulk (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), pp. 1-10. Peer reviewed.
  Book chapter. "Series Editor's Foreword," in Susan VanZanten, Reading A Different Story: A Christian Scholar's Journey from America to Africa (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2013), pp. ix-x. http://bakerpublishinggroup.com/books/reading-a-different-story/338370
  Book chapter. "Series Foreword," and "Foreword," in Nicholas Wolterstorff, Journey toward Justice: Personal Encounters in the Global South (Baker Academic, 2013).
  Book chapter. Joel Carpenter, "Series Foreword," in The Making of Korean Christianity Protestant Encounters with Korean Religions, 1876-1915 (Baylor University Press, 2013). Peer reviewed.
  Session panelist. "Between the Shadow and the Light: A Model for Art Engaging History, Public Life and Faith out of South Africa," Kuyper Cener Annual Conference: 'Philosophy, Worship and Art'. Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. 04/12/2014
  Church group presentation. "The Changing Face of Christianity Around the World and Here Too," Church Adult Education Class. North Hills Christian Reformed Church, Troy, Michigan. 01/12/2014
  Invited lecture. "Christian Thinking in an Age of World Christianity: Fresh Opportunities for Theology in the West," Hope College Religion Department Lecture Series on World Religions. Hope College, Holland, Michigan. 03/11/2014
  Session chair. "Caritas and Colonialism: The Search for Sanctification in a Global Context," American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting. Baltimore Hilton Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland. 11/23/2013
  Invited lecture. "Christian Thinking in an Age of World Christianity," Langham Scholars gatthering. St. Mary's Seminary, Mundelein, Illinois. 11/15/2013
  Church group presentation. "Introducing the Nagel Institute" South African Reformed Pastors' Tour. Christ Community Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/17/2013
  Talk contributed at a conference. "The Nagel Institute: A Seven-Year Summary," World Christianity Forum. Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts. 10/18/2013
  Interviewed. interviewed by Indian film maker T.N. Mohan on aspects of mission history and world Christianity, for a documentary film on Christian history. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 1029/2013
  Session chair. "Billy Graham on evangelical humanitarian efforts and manhood," The Worlds of Billy Graham. ISAE, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois. 09/28/2013
  Interviewed. "Impact of Billy Graham Crusades," documentary film on Billy Graham. Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois. 09/27/2013
  Professional Svcs. reviewed a grant proposal to the John Templeton Foundation
  Professional Svcs. doctoral dissertation committee and defense, department of theology, St. Louis University.
Carpenter, Joel - 2012-2013  (20 Items) 
  Book review. "The Long Journey Home: A Review Essay [of Lamin Sanneh, Summoned from the Margin: Homecoming of an African]," International Bulletin of Missionary Research 37:1 (January 2013): 25-26.
  Book edited or translated. Theme issue of the Christian Scholars Review XLII:4 (Simmer 2013): "The Global Face of Christian Higher Education." Peer reviewed.
  Book edited or translated. Walking Together: Christian Thinking and Public Life in South Africa (Abilene Christian University Press, 2012). Peer reviewed.
  Keynote or plenary address. "Now What? Christian Thinking for a Changing Africa," Commencement and 25th Anniversary Celebration. Akrofi-Christaller Institute, Akropong-Akuapem, Ghana. 12/01/2012
  Interviewed. "Interview with Joel Carpenter," Aqueduct Project. , Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/30/2013
  Session panelist. Commentator for panel on "Humanitarianism, Tourism and Megachurches: US Evangelicals and the Growth of Global Christianity," American Historical Association Annual Meeting. Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana. 01/04/2013
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Funding and Institutional Relationships," Seminar: Making Travel Transformative. Plowshares Institute, Simsbury, Connecticut. 05/02/2013
  Session chair. "Internationalizing Christian Higher Education," International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education (IAPCHE) International Conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 05/24/2013
  Session panelist. "New Christian Universities: Communities of Learning for a New Reality," Beijng Forum 2012. Peking University, Beijing, People's Republic of China. 11/03/2012
  Session chair. "Missions and Memory in 20th Century Korea, Congo, and China," Conference on Faith and History biennial meeting. Gordon College, Wenham, Massachusetts. 10/06/2012
  Invited lecture. "Seeing World Christianity Right Here," Commission on Christian Unity Annual Conference, Reformed Church of America. Grand Rapids Hilton Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/12/2012
  External grant (not govt). "Engaging Africa: for a consultation, report and recommendations.", Issachar Fund Initiative
  External grant (not govt). "Engaging Africa: for a consultation, report and recommendations.", John Templeton Foundation
  Professional Svcs. Convened, on behalf of the John Templeton Foundation and the Issachar Fund Initiative, 20 African Christian intellectual leaders for a consultation, "Engaging Africa," held on August 11-14 in Accra, Ghana.
  Professional Svcs. Co-edited dedicated issue of the Christian Scholar's Review on globalization and Christian higher education.
  Professional Svcs. Program committee of the American Society of Church History
  Professional Svcs. Board member, Langham Partnership
  Professional Svcs. Board chair, International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education
  Development & Service. Co-led a Nagel Institute - CCCU international faculty development seminar, "Evangelical Christianity and Social Change in Brazil," meeting July 8-22 in Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, and the Amazon region. Topics were poverty and violence, religion and politics, and environmental stewardship.
  Development & Service. Co-led CCCU - Nagel Institute international faculty development seminar in South Africa: "R5," for American and African artists. June 1-15, in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
Carpenter, Joel - 2011-2012  (13 Items) 
  Journal article. "New Christian Universities and the Conversion of Cultures," Evangelical Review of Theology 36:1 (January 2012): 14-30. Peer reviewed.
  Book review. Review of Understanding World Christianity: The Vision and Work of Andrew F. Walls, ed. Mark Gornik, William Burroughs, and Janice McLean (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2011); in the International Bulletin of Missionary Research 36:3 (July 2012): 164-165.
  Book review. "Belief in China?" Review of Liao Yiwu's God Is Red: The Secret Story of How Christianity Survived and Flourished in Communist China, (San Francisco: Harper One, 2011), in Comment: Public Theology for the Common Good, 16 May 2012. published online: www.cardus.ca/comment
  Session panelist. "Nation States and Missions in Paraguay, Colombia, and Africa, 19th and 20th Centuries," American Society of Church History Winter Meeting. Sheraton Chicago, Chicago Marriott, Chicago, Illinois. 01/06/2012
  Church group presentation. "Partnership in the Global Church," panel at CRWM annual strategy meeting. Alger Park Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 07/10/2012
  Keynote or plenary address. "Found in Translation: Faith and Scholarship in an Age of World Christianity" North American Christian Foreign Language Association annual meeting. Westmont College, Santa Barbara, California. 03/23/2012
  Session chair. "Freedom, Authority and Faith," the Religion, State and Society Workshop. Regent Hotel, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 03/10/2102
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Challenges in Faculty Development," Overseas Council Institute for Excellence, "Emerging Christian Universities in Africa". Lukenya Getaway Resort, Athi River, Kenya. 05/08/2012
  Talk contributed at a conference. "What's Christian about a Christian University?" Overseas Council Institute for Excellence, "Emerging Christian Universities in Africa,". Lukenya Getaway Resort, Athi River, Kenya. 05/08/2012
  Talk contributed at a conference. Faith and Learning in the History Classroom Overseas Council Institute for Excellence, "Emerging Christian Universities in Africa,". Lukenya Getaway Resort, Athi River, Kenya. 05/09/2012
  Talk contributed at a conference. Presented paper, "What's New about the New Evangelicalism?" The New Evangelical Social Engagement conference. Center for the Study of Religion in American Culture, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, Indiana. 05/19/2012
  Professional Svcs. dedicated issue on globalization and Christian higher education for the Christian Scholars Review.
  Professional Svcs. Dissertation committee for Philip Wandawa, Ph.D. candidate, Calvin Theological Seminary.
Carpenter, Joel - 2010-2011  (15 Items) 
  Journal article. "Looking for God in Higher Education: Examining Trends in Global Christian Higher Education," Higher Education 61:6 (2011): 721-755. Co-authored with Perry L. Glanzer and Nick Lantinga. Peer reviewed.
  Book review. Review of The World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh 1910. By Brian Stanley. Studies in the History of Christian Missions. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2009. In Church History 80:1 (March 2011): 208-210.
  Session chair. "British Missionary Literature, 1790-1840" American Society of Church History Spring Meeting. Ramada Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/08-09/2011
  Session chair. "Christianity and Migration: Three Global Cases" American Society of Church History Spring Meeting. Ramada Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/08-09/2011
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Religion, Freedom, and Citizenship: New World Bearings." Consultation on Christianity and Citizenship in Africa. , Accra, Ghana. 02/24-26/2011
  Invited lecture. "The R-Factor: Religion in Human Rights and Diplomacy." Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. , Beijing, People's Republic of China. 06/11/2011
  Session chair. "North Americans and Mission Frontiers in the Twentieth Century" Saving the World? The Changing Terrain of American Protestant Missions, 1910 to the Present. Duke University Divinity School, Durham, North Carolina. 03/25/2011
  Session chair. "Christian Missionaries in Colonial Africa: Issues of Peace, Justice, and Equality in British East Africa, French Algeria, and Southern Rhodesia" Faith and History, 2010 Conference. George Fox University, Newberg, Oregon. 10/06-09/2010
  Session panelist. "Christian Missionaries in Colonial Africa: Issues of Peace, Justice, and Equality in British East Africa, French Algeria, and Southern Rhodesia" Faith and History, 2010 Conference. George Fox University, Newberg, Oregon. 10/06/2010
  Invited lecture. "Christian Thinking in an Age of World Christianity." Florence L. Warren Lectures in Religion and Culture . University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa. 10/26/2010
  Invited lecture. "Dubuque Seminary in an Age of World Christianity." Florence L. Warren Lectures in Religion and Culture . University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa. 10/27/2010
  Professional Svcs. Invited consultant, Global Christian Forum, "Major Trends and Changes in World Christianity," January 25-27, 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.
  Professional Svcs. Reviewed book manuscript submitted to the Oxford University Press.
  Professional Svcs. Editorial Advisory Board, Oxford Studies in World Christianity
  Professional Svcs. Board vice-chair, International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education.
Carpenter, Joel - 2009-2010  (15 Items) 
  Book chapter. "Foreword," in Rachel Hostetter Smith, Charis: Boundary Crossings: Neighbors, Strangers, Family, Friends (Grand Rapids: Calvin College, 2009), 7-8.
  Book review. Review of Daniel H. Bays and Ellen Widmer, eds., China's Christian Colleges: Cross-Cultural Connections,1900-1950. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2009. In Christian Higher Education 9:2 (2010): 181-182. Peer reviewed.
  Book review. Review of Mark A. Noll, The New Shape of World Christianity. Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2009. In the Journal of American History 97:1 (June 2010): 153.
  Book review. Review of Dana L. Robert, Christian Mission: How Christianity Became A World Religion. London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. In Christian History, posted online 11/25/2009. http://www.christianitytoday.com/ch/booksandresources/reviews/bridgingthelocalandtheglobal.html
  Book review. Review of Christian Smith and Michael O.Emerson, with Patricia Snell, Passing the Plate: Why American Christians Don't Give Away More Money. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. In Church History 78:3 (September 2009): 709-711.
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Is Christian Higher Education 'Private?' Educating for God's Shalom in an Era of Growing Demand," Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) - Critical Breakthroughs Forum on Christian Higher Education. Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, Georgia. 02/25/2010
  Session chair/panelist. "Globalization and Reformed faith: Perspectives from South Africa," Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/16-17/2010
  round-table participant. Yale Workshop on Church and Society in Africa. Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. 03/25-27/2010
  Invited lecture. "New Christian Universities and the Future of Christian Scholarship," Andrew Walls Lecture. Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, United Kingdom. 03/17/2010
  Invited lecture. Organizing to Beat the Devil: Middle-American Christian History and the African Contemporary Witness The Church and Society in Africa Workshop. Yale University and Overseas Ministries Study Center, New Haven, Connecticut. 03/26/2010
  Invited lecture. "Is Christian Higher Education Private? New Universities and Global Trends in Higher Education," Seminar on Academic Leadership in Baptist Universities. Baylor University, Waco, Texas. 05/20/2010
  Poster presentation. "Christian Higher Education: A Global Perspective," Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Meeting. Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia. 11/06/2009
  Invited lecture. Studying Evangelicals--some reflections on the last thirty years of historical and sociological investigations Center on Religion and Chinese Society. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. 10/27/2009
  External grant (not govt). "Crossing Boundaries: International Faculty Development Seminars", Walter and Darlene Hansen
  External grant (not govt). "Values and Virtues: A Program for Chines Scholars", The John Templeton Foundation
Cawley, Brian - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Talent Asset Advisors (Grand Rapids, MI); serving small and large organizations in West Michigan by helping organizations best invest in their people and helping their business to flourish.
  Student Learning. Participated in the Dec 11 NACADA Webinar "Developing Intercultural Communication Skills for Academic Advising". Hosted by Calvin Academic Advising. December 11, 2013.
Cawley, Brian - 2012-2013  (4 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. Trends and Challenges: Cultural Competence and Leadership Assessment Paper accepted for presentation at the 2012 West Michigan College and University Presidents' Compact Committee Conference. university, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/06/2013
  Curriculum. Implementing FEN-related revisions to BUS 365 (Human Resource Management) based on participation in the 2012 Multicultural Curriculum Transformation and Research Colloquium. Including a more robust coverage of diversity, inclusion, and cultural agility throughout the course.
  Development & Service. Attended the Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Houston, TX; April, 2013
  Development & Service. Invited candidate assessor for the John M. Perkins Leadership Fellow program. March 9, 2013
Cawley, Brian - 2011-2012  (3 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Dr. Brian Cawley has been selected for the Human Capital Executive Research Board, in recognition for his contribution to the fields of human resource management and organizational behavior. The Board serves as the exclusive advisory counsel for Talent Management and Diversity Executive magazines. With his selection to the Board, Dr. Cawley will be asked to share insight on key talent issues. His input will help generate the basis for articles and research briefs in the two publications.
  Curriculum. Selected to participate in the 2012 Multicultural Curriculum Transformation and Research Colloquium, Calvin College, Summer 2012. Investing enhancements to BUS 365 (Human Resource Management).
  Development & Service. Completed Welcoming Diversity online training.
Cioffi, Todd - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Conference Planning. West Michigan Regional CCDA Conference, Regional conference of the Christian Community Development Association. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/28-03/02/2013
Clark, Kelly - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
Book authored. Abraham's Children (15 Muslim-Christian-Jewish contributors on religious liberty/tolerance including Jimmy Carter and Abdurahmin Wahid, former President of Indonesia). Yale University Press, 2012
Clark, Kelly - 2010-2011  (4 Items) 
Invited lecture. Religious Liberty in China Religion and Public Life Lecture. Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. 11/03/2010
Invited lecture. Zhuangzi's Polished Mirror The First International Summit on Laozi and Daoist Culture. , Beijing, People's Republic of China. 01/03/2010
Invited lecture. God, Chance and Purpose Joseph Butler Society Lecture. Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. 10/27/2010
External grant (not govt). "Values & Virtues in Contemporary China",
Clark, Kelly - 2009-2010  (10 Items) 
Book chapter. "Explaining God Away: The Challenge of Evolutionary Psychology," in Science and Religion in Dialogue, Melville Stewart, ed. (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley BLackwell, 2010). Peer reviewed.
Book chapter. "Happiness and HUman Flourishing," in K. J. Clark, On Happiness. Beijing: The World Knowledge Press, 2010. Peer reviewed.
Book chapter. "How Real People Believe: Reason & Belief in God," in Science and Religion in Dialogue, Melville Stewart, ed. (Hoboken NJ: Wiley Blackwell, 2010). Peer reviewed.
Book chapter. "Reformed Epistemology and the Cognitive Science of Religion," in Science and Religion in Dialogue, Melville Stewart, ed. (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Blackwell, 2010). Peer reviewed.
Book edited or translated. On Happiness. Beijing: The World Knowledge Press, 2010. Peer reviewed.
Book edited or translated. Return to Reason. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1990. Farsi edition: Iran: Zanjan University Press, 2009. Peer reviewed.
Book edited or translated. The Story of Ethics: Human Nature & Human Fulfillment. Peer reviewed.
Talk contributed at a conference. God, Chance and Purpose God and Physics Conference. Ian Ramsey Center, Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. 08/07/2010
Invited lecture. "Evolution and Ethics," Ian Ramsey Lecture. Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. 10/27/2010
Talk contributed at a conference. The Evolutionary Psychology of Chinese Religion & The Cognitive Science of Religion and the Rationality of Religious Belief Cognition, Religion, and Theology Conference. Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. 06/29/2010
Clark, Kelly - 2008-2009  (2 Items) 
Journal article. "The Good of Diversity and the Virtue of Tolerance," The Quarterly Journal of Philosophical Meditations (Iran), vol. 1, no. 1, Spring 2009. Peer reviewed.
Invited lecture. Evolution and Ethics . Peking University, Renmin University, Chinese Academy of the Social Sciences, East China Normal University & Fudan University, Guanghualou, People's Republic of China. 11/05-12/2009
Clevenger, Sandra - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended the Stephanie Sandburg play: Lines
Crow, Robert - 2013-2014  (3 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Dream or Nightmare?: A Story of What College is Really Like," 15th Annuall Latino Youth Conference. Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/04/2014
  Development & Service. I attended the Partners for a Racism-Free Community (PRFC) conference on Friday, February 21. It featured Maggie Anderson and her book, "Our Black Year."
  Development & Service. I completed the ReNew on-line training
Crow, Robert - 2012-2013  (3 Items) 
  Church group presentation. "Leadership in Africa," Presentation on Interim, 2013. Grace Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/03/2013
  Development & Service. I cotaught the "Leadership in Africa" interim class with 27 Calvin students, January 3-23, 2013.
  Public Service. I had my staff go through a 2-day intensive anti-racism training with Laura Carpenter and Janice McWhertor.
Crow, Robert - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. In terms of FEN, there are two important areas I have invested: 1. I have facilitated the antiracism/diversity session during orientation. Called [thespacebetween], which is essentially an art gallery of about 50 pieces, I have planned and led this session for QUEST (fall program) and TRANSITIONS (mid-year program) along with my colleague, Nicole Parker. 2. My department, Student Development, has taken up the topic of AHANA students this year for our monthly professional development. In September, we kicked the year off with a FEN training session led by Razel Jones from HR. We have read various articles and chapters, as well, and will meet with a panel of students each month (African-American one month, Hispanic-American one month, Asian-American one month, Native-American one month. (For professional developmetn two years ago, so in 2009-10, my department spent the year studying International students...so this year's focus on AHANA students gives us another purposeful opportunity to learn more about the terrific diverse student body we get to have at Calvin.
Crow, Robert - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. [thespacebetween], National Orientation Director's Association, Region VII conference. University of Michigan-Dearborn, Dearborn, Michigan. 03/04-06/11
Crow, Robert - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "A White Man's Story Toward Anti-Racism (Or What I Have in Common With Scranton, PA's Michael Scott of the Dunder-Mifflin Paper Company" Association of Christians in Student Development annual conference. Messiah College, Grantham, Pennsylvania. 08/06/2010
  Keynote or plenary address. "Justice Plenary: How Racism Has Shaped Me/Us" Prelude. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 12/09/2009
Crump, David - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Loving Your Muslim Neighbor," Salaam Conference. Calvin Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/15/2014
Crump, David - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. "How to Pray the Lord's Prayer," Christian Reformed Church Prayer Summit. All Nations Christian Reformed Church, Los Angeles, California. 04/16-18/2012
Curry, Janel - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
Book chapter. Curry, Janel. "Cross-Boundary Faith: The Universal and the Contextual." Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity: Ideas for the 21st Century, edited by Shirley J. Roels, pp. 47-56, Grand Rapids: The Calvin Press, 2011. Peer reviewed.
Talk contributed at a conference. Globalizing Liberal Education: The View from Hong Kong Global Positioning, Essential Learning, Student Success, and the Currency of U.S. Degrees, Annual meeting of the Association of American Colleges and Universities. Hyatt Regency Hotel, San Francisco, California. 01/28/2011
Poster presentation. The Fulbright Project on Building General Education in Hong Kong Universities Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) meeting on General Education and Assessment. Westin Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 03/04/2011
Curry, Janel - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
Church group presentation. "Climate Change and Prayers for Creation," African Methodist Episcopal Church, International Women's Prayer Convocation. Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, Ontario. 09/19/2009
da Silva, Sergio - 2010-2011  (6 Items) 
Curriculum. The Cross-Cultural Psychology course was created and implemented for the first time in the Spring, 2011. Students may take this course for Cross-Cultural Engagement credit. Cross-cultural engagement was conducted in collaboration with the refugee departments of Bethany Christian Services.
Development & Service. Civic Reflection Training Workshop offered by the Service-Learning Center.
Development & Service. Attended Paul Moes's presentation on psychology of humor (10/28/2010). Attended Raph Stearley's presentation on evolution of cognition (3/17/2011). Attended Anti-Racism meeting (4/29/2010). Participated in the "Classroom Presence" workshop (5/24-5/26/2011). Participated in the research and scholarship workshop (5/31/2011).
Development & Service. Panelist in the Teaching Fellows panel titled International Faculty Issues in the Classroom
Development & Service. Lead a working group oon teaching and learning cross-culturally
Public Service. In collaboration with Bethany Christian Services, coordinated service with refugees for students in the Cross-Cultural Psychology class in the Spring semester, 2011.
da Silva, Sergio - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
Public Service. Participated with students from Health Psychology class in the Nursing Department Health Fair (5/1/2010). In collaboration with Healthy Homes Coalition of West Michigan, conducted canvassing with students from Introductory Psychology classes in the fall and spring semesters of 2010. In collaboration with healhty Homes Coalition of West Michigan, conducted in-home healht hazards assessemtns with students from Health Psychology classes in the fall and spring semesters of 2010.
De Mey, Kathleen - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Attended a day-long understanding and combating racism training (workshop) led by Michelle Loyd-Paige.
  Development & Service. Attended a Facing Racism workshop on June 12.
De Mey, Kathleen - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. Joined the Women's Chorale under the direction of Pearl Shangkuan for their May Interim trip to South Africa. Sang along with the women on tour.
De Mey, Kathleen - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Led worship as a member of the Calvin Alumni Choir at the uniting General Council in June 2010.
de Vries, Bert - 2013-2014  (3 Items) 
  Book chapter. “Archaeology and Community at Umm el-Jimal.” Chapter in Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan XI: Changes and Challenges (Amman: Department of Antiquities of Jordan, 2013): 81-91  Peer reviewed.
  Journal article. “Archaeology and Community in Jordan and Greater Syria: Traditional Patterns and New Directions,” Near Eastern Archaeology 76.3 (2013): 132-140. Peer reviewed.
  Session chair. "Archaeology of Islamic Society," Annual Meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research. Sheraton Baltimore City Center, Baltimore, Maryland. 11/22/2013
de Vries, Bert - 2012-2013  (11 Items) 
  Entire website creation. The Umm el-Jimal Project, Version 3, www.ummeljimal.org. Created and maintained by Bert de Vries of the Umm el-Jimal Project
  Book chapter. Bert de Vries, "Community and Antiquities at Umm el-Jimal and Silwan (Jerusalem);" pp. 161-186 in Eric M. Meyers and Carol Meyers, eds., Archaeology, Bible, Politics and the Media. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns 2012 Peer reviewed.
  Talk contributed at a conference. "A Concnetration of 100,000 Syrians: Za'atari Refugee Camp at Umm el-Jimal," Lecture to University Of Gent Graduate Students. American Center of Oriental Research (ACOR), Amman, Jordan. 04/05/2013
  Invited lecture. "Archaeology and Community at Umm el-Jimal, Jordan, and Las Vegas, Nevada," History Department Colloquium. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/13/2013
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Multi-faceted Approach to Conservation at Umm el-Jimal," with Muaffaq Hazza; Paper at Twelfth International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan. Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany. 05/07/2013
  Session panelist. "Keeping a Ruin Ruined: Preservation of House XVII-XVIII, Umm el-Jimal, 2012," Session: Cultural Heritage Management: Methods, Practices and Case Studies. National Meetings of the American Schools of Oriental Research. Chicago Marriott Downtown, Chicago, Illinois. 11/16/2012
  Session chair. "Session. Archaeology of Islamic Society II: Methods of Analysis in Islamic Archaeology," American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meeting. Chicago Marriott Downtown, Chicago, Illinois. 11/16/2012
  Invited lecture. "From One Desert Society to Another: Archaeology and Community at Umm el-Jimal, Jordan, and Las Vegas, Nevada," University Forum Lecture. UNLV - University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada. 10/27/2012
  Invited lecture. "The Archaeology of Umm el-JImal, A Jordanian Frontier Community," Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning (CALL) Course in three sessions. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/4, 11, 18/2012
  Invited lecture. With Sally de Vries. Panel Presentation on involving modern communities in the preservation and enjoyment of traditional cultural heritage; using the Springs Preserve and Umm el-Jimal as cases, Springs Preserve Public Lecture Series. Springs Preserve, Las Vegas, Nevada. 10/27/2012
  Professional Svcs. Preservation and Presentation of House XVII-XVIII at Umm el-Jimal, Jordan; completion of field work and publication workshop
de Vries, Bert - 2011-2012  (3 Items) 
  Keynote or plenary address. "Abraham Kuyper's Visit to the Holy Land: What Kuyper Saw and Thought," Bavinck Conference 2011, "After 9/11/11... What? Reformed Theology and the Church's Global Misssion Today,". Calvin Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/12/2011
  Federal grant. Preservation and Presentation of House XVII-XVIII, Umm el-JImal, Jordan; $96,000, AFCP, Ambassadors' Fund for Cultural Preservation, U. S. State Department
  Professional Svcs. Archaeological Fieldwork, January-June 2012: "Preservation and Preservation of House XVII-XVIII at Umm el-Jimal, Jordan. Included Field School for Calvin Students during January 2012 Interim.
de Vries, Bert - 2010-2011  (8 Items) 
  Book chapter. "'Be of good cheer! No one on earth is immortal:' Religious Symbolism in Tomb Epitaphs and Architecture at the Umm el-Jimal and Tall Hisban Cemeteries." Chapter 16 in The Madaba Plains Project: Forty Years of Archaeological Research into Jordan's Past, eds. Douglas R. Clark, Larry G. Herr, Oystein S. LaBianca, Randall W. Younker. (Sheffield: Equinox, 2011) Peer reviewed.
  Journal article. Bert de Vries, "Umm el-Jimal 2010: Archaeologists document ruins and people in January 2010," Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 54 (Amman 2010): 203-206
  Book chapter. "On the Way to Bostra: Arab Settlement in South Syria before Islam - the evidence from written sources." Pp. 69-92 in Heureux qui comme Ulysses a fait un beau voyage: Movements of Peoples in Time and Space. Eds. Nefissa Naguib and Bert de Vries. Bergen: BRIC, University of Bergen 2010 Peer reviewed.
  Book edited or translated. Nefissa Naguib and Bert de Vries, eds. Heureux qui comme Ulysses a fait un beau voyage: Movements of Peoples in Time and Space, A Festschrift for Leif Manger. Bergen: BRIC, University of Bergen 2010, 172 pp.
  Book chapter. Archaeology. Pp 104-112 in Encyclopedia of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Vol 1, A-H. Ed. Cheryl A. Rubenberg. Boulder: Lynne Rienner 2010
  Invited lecture. "Archaeology, Exclusion and Conflict in Jerusalem: Silwan and the City of David," Lecture Series on the "Politics of Memory" . Bergen Resource Center for International Development of the Christian Michelson Institute and the University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway. 05/09/2011
  Talk contributed at a conference. On the Way to Bostra: Arab Settlement in South Syria before Islam - the evidence from written sources Leif Manger Festschrift Conference. Centre Franco-Norvegien en Sciences Sociales et Humaines, Paris, France. 10/08/2010
  Organized conference. The Movement of Peoples in Time and Space Conference for Presentation of Festschrift to Leif Manger. Centre Franco-Norvegien en Sciences Sociales et Humaines, Paris, France. 10/07-09/2010
de Vries, Bert - 2009-2010  (17 Items) 
  Journal article. With S. de Vries, L. Koning, S. Oord, D. Roukema, M. Workman, P. Christians, J. DeKock, C. Mulder, T. al-Hunaiti, M. al-Fayez, B. Locke and M. Hazza, "Site Presentation in Jordan: Concept Design and the January 2009 Documentation Season at Umm el-Jimal." Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 53 (Amman 2009): 364-370.
  Book chapter. "Between the Cults of Syria and Arabia: Traces of Pagan Religion at Umm el-Jimal." Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan X. Amman: Department of Antiquities of Jordan, 2009: 177-191. Peer reviewed.
  Book chapter. Annual GML Workshops (compiler). Pp. 270-327 in Global Moments in the Levant. Eds. Leif Manger and Oystein LaBianca. Bergen: BRIC 2010. Peer reviewed.
  Book chapter. Imperial projects in the Levant, co-authored with Bethany Walker and Oystein LaBianca. Pp. 214-229 in Global Moments in the Levant. Eds. Leif Manger and Oystein LaBianca. Bergen: BRIC 2010. Peer reviewed.
  Book chapter. The Paradox of Power: An Archaeology of Security in the First Millennium A. D. Pp 64-71 in Global Moments in the Levant. Eds. Leif Manger and Oystein LaBianca. Bergen: BRIC 2010. Peer reviewed.
  Book review. Review of Petra:The Mountain of Aaron I: The Church and the Chapel, by Zbigniew T. Fiema and Jaakko Frosen. Pp. 447, b&w figs. 323, color figs. 69, graphs 1, tables 45, plans 1. Societas Scientiarium Fennica, Helsinki 2008. American Journal of Archaeology 114.1 Online Review (January 2010).
  Invited lecture. "Multi-faceted Approaches to Creating the Umm el-Jimal Virtual Muesum," Horn Institute of Archaeology Lecture Series. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. 04/26/2010
  Invited lecture. "Site Presentation at Umm el-Jimal: a Report on the Current Field Season," Friends of Archaeology and Heritage Lecture Series. , Amman, Jordan. 01/20/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Presenting Umm el-Jimal as a Heritage Site: Interconnecting Ancient and Modern Communities," Eleventh International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan. University of Paris I, Paris, France. 06/08/2010
  Session chair/panelist. Session: Late Antiquity-Early Islam Eleventh International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan. University of Paris I, Paris, France. 06/10/2010
  Church group presentation. "Archaeology and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: How phony science serves political bias" . Pillar Christian Reformed Church, Holland, Michigan. 03/28/2010
  Church group presentation. "The Human Cost of Conflicts in the Middle East: A West Michigan Response" . Pillar Christian Reformed Church, Holland, Michigan. 03/21/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Documentation at Umm El-Jimal, Jordan: Building a Museum for the 21st Century," American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meeting. Astor Crowne Plaza, New Orleans, Louisiana. 11/21/2009
  Session chair/panelist. Session: Byzantine and Early Islamic Near East American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meeting. Astor Crowne Plaza, New Orleans, Louisiana. 11/21/2009
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Desired Pasts. Archaeological Sites in Modern Conflicts: Comparative Case Studies, Umm el-Jimal, Jordan and Silwan, Jerusalem." Geology, Geography and Environmental Studies Department seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/13/2009
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Societal Rupture and Gender at Umm el-Jimal." Workshop for Enabling Local Voices: The Gender and Development Forum, a joint Bergen and birzeit University NUFU Project, at Institute for Women's Studies. Birzeit University, Birzeit, West Bank. 10/02/2009
  Internal grant. Travel Grant to Deliver Paper at Overseas Conference, Provost's Office
De Vries, Herm - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Study-Travel Abroad to a Heritage Culture," International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education (IAPCHE). Calvin College, Grand Rapdis, Michigan. 05/24/2013
De Vries, Vicki - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Facing Racism professional development workshop June 12, 2013
De Vries, Vicki - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Building Cultural Intelligence workshop led by Michele Lloyd-Paige
DeGraaf, Don - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. Shared physical experiences that transcend culture Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity Conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/16/2010
  Student Learning. Asian Summer program -- established three partnerships in Asia with: Mother's Choice (Hong Kong) Sekolah Pelita Harapan (Indonesia) The Language Studio (Malaysia) The purpose of this program is multifaceted. Specifically, the program is designed using a service learning model whereby Calvin students have an international opportunity to learn from and work with local staff in order to expand the local organization's capacity to better meet the needs of those it serves. In addition, the program offers Calvin an opportunity to further build relationships with like-minded organizations in Southeast Asia.
DeHaan, Laura - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. Internship supervisor for 9 students
DeHaan, Laura - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Professional Svcs. Research Mentor, Joke Ayoola, Robert Woods Johnson Foundation
DeJong, Richard - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Watched the video "Them and Us" and discussed it with department members.
den Dulk, Kevin - 2013-2014  (5 Items) 
  Book edited or translated. Joel A. Carpenter and Kevin R. den Dulk. 2014. Christianity in Chinese Public Life: Religion, Society, and the Rule of Law. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Peer reviewed.
  Session panelist. "Ukraine: The Last Frontier of the Cold War?" Panel Discussion Sponsored by POLS Dept. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/04/2014
  Student Learning. Working with two student research assistants on an inquiry into religious persecution and freedom worldwide. This is part of the work of CRC Synodical Study Committee on Religious Persecution and Religious Liberty, which I chair.
  Development & Service. Attended a Cultural Intelligence Workshop at Eastern Avenue CRC
  Development & Service. Department Meeting with ISDO Staff on teaching international students. Nov. 14, 2013.
Dhuga, Umit - 2013-2014  (5 Items) 
  Book authored. A Handful of Dust: Sophocles' Antigone. Boston: Pen & Anvil Press. Forthcoming winter 2013/2014. Peer reviewed.
  Invited lecture. Nachkriegszeit am Schafott: Poulenc's "Dialogues des Carmélites" vis-à-vis Aeschylus' "Supplices" and Euripides' "Supplices," . Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Munich, Germany. 10/08/2013
  Invited lecture. Pythagorean Cosmologies: Mozart's "Sogno di Scipione" vis-à-vis Plato's "Myth of Er" and Cicero's "Somnium Scipionis," . Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Munich, Germany. 10/07/2013
  Award/honor. Associate Research Fellowship, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich)
  Professional Svcs. Refereed article for Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik (ZPE).
Dhuga, Umit - 2012-2013  (14 Items) 
  Journal article. "Genre Equality." Review-article of: Swift, L. A. 2010. "The Hidden Chorus. Echoes of Genre in Tragic Lyric." Oxford: Oxford University Press. Review commissioned by Classical Review (Cambridge University). The Classical Review 63.2 337–339 © The Classical Association (2013). Offprint enclosed in dossier. Peer reviewed.
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "Ode to Eros" Peer reviewed. http://thebatterseareview.com/poems/133-u-s-dhuga-3
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "Ode to Man." Peer reviewed. http://thebatterseareview.com/poems/133-u-s-dhuga-3
  Anthology piece. "Fools Like Me," in The Poet's Quest for God, ed. Oliver Brennan and Todd Swift (London; Eyewear, forthcoming [April 2014]). Peer reviewed.
  Work was reviewed or mentioned in public. The Anna Livia Review--a poetry blog based in Ireland--writes, of the poetry journal I founded in summer 2012, "To say that The Battersea Review is set to become one of the more important poetry magazines is surely an understatement. Take a look at the second edition which has just been published free and online and you'll see immediately that the standard of criticism, poetry and translation included is the highest." Elsewhere in Anna Livia Review's roundup, also concerning the same poetry magazine: "In this publication [viz., vol. 1, no. 2, Winter 2013] the standard of work is consistently high but in reading these poems I was also struck by it's truly international quality. From the mesmerising The Koh-I-Noor by Hindustani poet, classical singer and musician, Anand Thakore, which demands a slower more cosmic pace from Western readers, to the beautiful Russian translations from Philip Nikolayev of Rilke's Russian poems, to the deceptive simplicity of Mexican/Italian poet Mario Murgia, here translated by Ben Mazer. Combined with more familiarly Western work from Charles Bernstein, David C. Ward and Adam Fitzgerald and others, The Battersea Review is fast becoming the meeting place for the best in contemporary world poetry." Peer reviewed. http://annaliviareview.blogspot.com/search?q=dhuga
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "Rue Sedaine Insomnia" and "Herringbone," Eyewear (Dec. 2012/Jan. 2013). Peer reviewed. http://toddswift.blogspot.com/2012/12/two-new-poems-by-us-dhuga.html
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "After Reviewing a Recital of Schumann's 'Humoreske', Op. 20." Poem in The Battersea Review 1, no. 2 (Winter 2013). Guest editor: Ben Mazer. (NB: I am the publisher and managing editor of this quarterly.) Peer reviewed. http://thebatterseareview.com/poems/127-u-s-dhuga
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "Grove House." Poem in The Battersea Review 1, no. 2 (Winter 2013). Guest editor: Ben Mazer. (NB: I am the publisher and managing editor of this quarterly.) Peer reviewed. http://thebatterseareview.com/poems/127-u-s-dhuga
  Journal Production. The Battersea Review 1, no. 2 (Winter 2013), of which I am publisher and managing editor, was released at www.thebatterseareview.com with print issue forthcoming in the summer (ISSN number forthcoming). Peer reviewed. thebatterseareview.com
  Invited lecture. Book Talk, Columbia University: Young Alumni Leaders: Book Reading & Signing. Columbia University, New York City, New York. 10/13/2012
  Award/honor. Columbia University Young Alumni Leader, Alma mater
  External grant (not govt). Research Fellow at Harvard University's Center for Hellenic Studies, Interim CRF
  Professional Svcs. Advised PhD dissertation of Hala Elsaid, Department of Classics at Ain Shams University, Egypt. Dissertation title: "Hercules Furens in Euripides and Seneca: A Comparative Study". My 2011 book entitled Choral Identity and the Chorus of Elders in Greek Tragedy was (and remains) seminal to Hala Elsaid's work insofar as Chapter 3 of my book treats Hercules Furens in sequential detail. Dissertation defense pending (confidentiality requested by PhD candidate until PhD is conferred). FEN related: Extraordinarily rare to chance upon an Egyptian Classicist to work on Greek tragedy; rare, too, for an Anglo-Indian Classicist at Calvin to assist at Ain Shams University, Egypt.
  Student Learning. Endorsed and supervised the work of Landon Oakes (Calvin College '14) at Perugia, Italy, as part of Grand Rapids Sister Cities programme. Landon has studied Aristotle's Poetics extensively with me in independent studies. Landon continued this work in Perugia under my close guidance.
Dhuga, Umit - 2011-2012  (10 Items) 
  Work was reviewed or mentioned in public. New Formalism of/on The Contemporary: special issue of the Pennsylvania Literary Journal 4, no. 1 (spring 2012). Guest-edited by Nicholas Birns. Cochran, GA: Anaphora Literary Press. Peer reviewed. http://www.amazon.com/New-Formalism-The-Contemporary-Pennsylvania/dp/1937536246/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1364240970&sr=8-5&keywords=u+s+dhuga
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "Crinoids," Flexipress: Irregular Press Micro Collections (June 2012). Peer reviewed. http://flexipress.wordpress.com/battersea-jubilee-by-ben-mazer-and-u-s-dhuga/
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "Kemplay Road," Flexipress: Irregular Press Micro Collections. Peer reviewed. http://flexipress.wordpress.com/battersea-jubilee-by-ben-mazer-and-u-s-dhuga/
  Entire website creation. "The Battersea Review." This is an online (and print) quarterly of poetry, aesthetics, and culture with an editorial board spanning writers and scholars from England, India, Russia, Spain, Mexico, France, and elsewhere. The site can be viewed free of charge at www.batterseareview.com or www.thebatterseareview.com. Peer reviewed. http://www.batterseareview.com
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "W8 7LN," Flexipress: Irregular Press Micro Collections, June 2012. Peer reviewed. http://flexipress.wordpress.com/battersea-jubilee-by-ben-mazer-and-u-s-dhuga/
  Work was reviewed or mentioned in public. New Formalism of/on The Contemporary: Pennsylvania Literary Journal (Volume 4). Dr Nicholas Birns (author); Dr Anna Faktorovich (editor). Cochran, Georgia: Anaphora Literary Press (2012). Peer reviewed. http://www.amazon.com/dp/1937536246/ref=rdr_ext_tmb
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "Panic," Flexipress: Irregular Press Micro Collections (March 2012). Peer reviewed. http://flexipress.wordpress.com/panic-by-u-s-dhuga/
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "Childs Hill," Eyewear (May 15, 2012). Peer reviewed. http://toddswift.blogspot.com/2012/05/new-poem-by-umit-singh-dhuga.html
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "Manchester Daydream on the Jubilee Line," Flexipress: Irregular Press Micro Collections (May 2012). Peer reviewed. http://flexipress.wordpress.com/manchester-daydream-on-the-jubilee-line-by-u-s-dhuga/
  Drama/musical performance. "Sophocles' Antigone," New translation by U.S. Dhuga, Directed by Michael Page. Performance by Calvin Theatre Company. Calvin College (as well as other regional schools), Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/01/2011
Dhuga, Umit - 2010-2011  (7 Items) 
  Creative writing piece (poem, short story, etc.). "From The Odyssey, Book XXI." 2010. The Greek Poets: Homer to the Present [New Norton Anthology of Greek Poetry]. Edited by Peter Constantine, Rachel Hadas, Edmund Keeley, and Karen Van Dyck. Introduction by Robert Hass. New York and London: W. W. Norton & Company Peer reviewed.
  Book authored. Choral Identity and the Chorus of Elders in Greek Tragedy. Harvard University, Center for Hellenic Studies. Series: Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Lexington: London; Maryland; New York. 16 October 2010. Peer reviewed.
  Book talk and signing. Book talk and signing for Choral Identity and the Chorus of Elders in Greek Tragedy (released in January 2011) Book talk and signing organised by Calvin College Department of Classics. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/03/2011
  Professional Svcs. CAMWS (Classical Association of the Middle West and South) Local Committee Member for 107th Annual Meeting, held in Grand Rapids, co-hosted with GVSU Organisation, coordination, attendance, guidance, stewardship, etc., for the annual meeting (6 April 2011-9 April 2011) of the largest regional Classics association in North America. FEN-related because, of course, many members of CAMWS, including myself, are foreign, compelling us as the Local Committee to be as accommodating and welcoming as we possibly can.
  Curriculum. Formulation of clear and coherent "Learning Outcomes" for Department of Classics, which we hope to foreground (with modification as needed) on syllabi. Based upon model legally required from all departments in the United Kingdom; my model, implementing the British tutorial model in addition to other key Learning Outcomes, was studied and is used specifically at the University of Edinburgh.
  Student Learning. Moral Paradox in Augustine's View of Ruler-Subject Politics. By Griffin P. Jackson (Calvin College). Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS) Presented at highly competitive (limited to 3 students on 1 panel) Undergraduate Student Panel. 1. Product of McGregor Fellowship from summer 2010 (w/ Professor Joel Westra, Political Science). 2. 'Professional' presentation style worked and reworked over intervening months. 3. Abstract submission supervised. 4. FEN-related: application of Augustinian Christian political philosophy toward ruler-subject relations, spanning vast stretches of time and vast stretches of nations. Also involved exploring interfaces of ancient 'paganism' vs. Christianity (from authors writing in Greek and Latin) vis-a-vis contemporary rulers and subjects from/in/without assortments of nationalities and religious affiliations.
  Development & Service. Teaching Passive Learners to Engage: Best and Worst Pedagogical Practices (at Fall Faculty Conference, 2011) Drawing from personal experience, colleagues will lead a discussion about pedagogical engagement. Scores from the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) seem to confirm that Calvin students tend to be passive in their approach to learning. The panel will discuss some techniques that work or don't work in earning students' trust and cooperation in helping them be active learners in the classroom. U. S. Dhuga, Stan Haan (moderator), Paul Harper, David Koetje, Vic Norman
Dhuga, Umit - 2009-2010  (5 Items) 
  Session chair/panelist. Christian Worldviews and Classical Pagan Thought Reformed Mission in an Age of Global Christianity: Worldwide Merger. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/15-18/2010
  Curriculum. Sustainability Workshop (June 2010). Incorporation of sustainability into curriculum and syllabi. Putative incorporation: Stoic Withdrawal. To be incorporated into Latin 205 (Late Republic and Early Empire): tentative title, "The Anxiety of Empire".
  Student Learning. Augustine, Then and Now: Rethinking International Order. McGregor Fellowship (2 students) for Summer 2010. Output: multiple articles under review; multiple conference papers in both Classics and Political Science for academic year 2010-2011.
  Development & Service. Assistant Varsity Soccer Coach: Lowell Red Arrows: August 2009 through May 2010.
  Development & Service. Committee on Sustainability Workshop: June 2010
Doornbos, Mary Molewyk- - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Supportive/Educative Groups as a 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
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Social determinants of women's mental health in three ethnically diverse, impoverished, and under-served United States communities," Sigma Theta Tau International Research Congress. Hilton Hotel Prague, Prague, Czech Republic. 07/23/2013
Doornbos, Mary Molewyk- - 2011-2012  (4 Items) 
  Poster presentation. "Supportive/educative mental health groups for women in our partner neighborhoods - A pilot study." Kappa Epsilon Chapter-at-Large Sigma Theta Tau International. Crowne Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/10/2012
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Social determinants of women's mental health in three ethnically diverse, impoverished, and under- served communities." Midwest Nursing Research Society. Hyatt Regency Dearborn, Dearborn, Michigan. 04/13/2012
  Department Seminar. "Desired mental health resources for urban, ethnically diverse, impoverished women struggling with anxiety and depression," Department of Nursing Seminar Series. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/01/2012
  External grant (not govt). Mental Health Support and Education Groups for Women in Partner Neighborhoods, Perrigo Company Foundation
Doornbos, Mary Molewyk- - 2010-2011  (4 Items) 
  Poster presentation. "Women's Mental Health in Three Ethnically Diverse, Impoverished and Underserved Communities," Sigma Theta Tau International 22nd International Research Congress. Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort, Cancun, Mexico. 07/11/2011
  Department Seminar. "Listening to their Voice: Womens Mental Health in Three Ethnically Diverse, Impoverished and Underserved Communities - Prelimiary Results," Nursing Department seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/07/2011
  Poster presentation. "Listening to their Voice: Womens Mental Health in Three Ethnically Diverse, Impoverished and Underserved Communities" Kappa Epsilon Chapter-at-Large Spring Research Evening. , Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/29/2011
  Poster presentation. "Listening to their Voice: Womens Mental Health in Three Ethnically Diverse, Impoverished and Underserved Communities" Midwest Nursing Research Society. Hyatt Regency, Columbus, Ohio. 03/25/2011
Du Mez, Jack - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Lecture Attendee: "A Tour of the Jim Crow Museum: Lessons Learned by the Museum Assistant, Lisa Kemmis," Calvin College.
Du Mez, Jack - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. STEP (Striving Toward Educational Possibilities) Conference: "Not Getting Bought 'How to Read' Advertisements," Taught sample college class for seventh and eighth grade students, mostly students of color, through the office of pre-college programs.
Du Mez, Kristin - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Katharine Bushnell's God's Word to Women: Victorian Social Purity Feminism and Biblical Theology in a Global Context," Women's Movements and the Bible in the Nineteenth Century. Universitaet Bern Theologische Fakultaet, Bern, Switzerland. 10/22-24/2012
  Development & Service. Attended the Intercultural Workshop: Anti Racism training on Thursday, April 11, 3:30-5pm.
Du Mez, Kristin - 2010-2011  (2 Items) 
  Interviewed. "Women: The Movement," The Clarice Drew Show, Public Reality Radio (95.3 FM). , Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/02/2011
  Development & Service. Served as liaison to "Teaching and Learning Cross-Culturally" working group, summer 2011.
Du Mez, Kristin - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended the beneficial "A Compass for Conversations on Race and Racism in the Classroom: The Student Perspective" at the Fall Faculty Conference.
Du Mez, Kristin - 2008-2009  (1 Item)  
  Session chair/panelist. For Women Only--The Intersection of Race and Gender UNLEARN week. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/10/2009
Dykstra-Pruim, Pennylyn - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  Award/honor. The ACTFL Nelson Brooks Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Culutre, ACTFL (American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages)
  Public Service. Serving as a host family for Calvin College's International Student Host Family Program, having an international student live with our family for the year.
Dykstra-Pruim, Pennylyn - 2012-2013  (13 Items) 
  Magazine article. "Getting outside the Box," Nuevo Impact (April 2013).
  Video recording (e.g. film or DVD). "Redeeming Native Practices for Christian Worship." Produced by Becky Haney and Pennylyn Dykstra-Pruim.
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "Cultural Intelligence and Study Abroad," 90-minute student mini-workshop. Washington State University, Pullman, Washington. 02/28/2013
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "Cultural Intelligence Building," 2-hour faculty development workshop. Washington State University, Pullman, Washington. 02/28/2013
  Church group presentation. "CQ Building," 5-hour workshop. Sherman Street Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/09/2013
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "Cultural Intelligence Building," Training for World Renew Field Workers. Retreat Center, Toronto, Ontario. 05/02/2013
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "Cultural Intelligence," Annual Board Meeting World Renew. Retreat Center, Toronto, Ontario. 05/03/2013
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Engaging Pedagogically with Cultural Difference," International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education (IAPCHE). Calvin College Prince Conference Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 05/25/2013
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "CQ Building," 6-hour workshop for staff. Trinity Christian College, Chicago, Illinois. 11/28/2012
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "CQ Building," 6-hour workshop. Oakdale Park Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/10/2012
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "Cultural Intelligence Building," For ministry leaders of the CRCNA. Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA), Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/06/2012
  Award/honor. FEN Teaching Award, Calvin College
  Professional Svcs. Consulting for the Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures at Washington State University, helping to develop its culture learning goals and provide suggestions on how to assess these goals and strategically build bridges to potential allies across campus.
Dykstra-Pruim, Pennylyn - 2011-2012  (4 Items) 
  Book edited or translated. Intercultural Learning: Goals, Approaches and Materials. Eds. Rachel Halverson & Pennylyn Dykstra-Pruim. New Jersey: AATG. 2011.
  Book chapter. Dykstra-Pruim, Pennylyn. "Klischees interkulturell: Das Bild in den Kopfen." Intercultural Learning: Goals, Approaches and Materials. Eds. Rachel Halverson & Pennylyn Dykstra-Pruim. New Jersey: AATG. 2011.
  Talk contributed at a conference. AATG's Culture Task Force: A Report from the Field Central States Conference (ACTFL). Best Western Plus Milwaukee Airport Hotel & Conference Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 03/09/2012
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "Cultural Intelligence Building Facilitator Training," CRCNA Facilitator Training. , Chicago, Illinois. 05/25/2012
Dykstra-Pruim, Pennylyn - 2010-2011  (6 Items) 
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. Cultural Intelligence: An Introduction Inservice Workshop - Grand Rapids Public Library Association. Grand Rapids Public Library, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/19/2011
  Workshop Leader. "Cultural Intelligence: A New Angle for the Next Generation," Multi-ethnic Conference - Synod 2011. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/11/2011
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. Fostering Intercultural Competency Conference on Christianity, Culture an Diversity in America (CCCDA). Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/05/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. Intercultural Learning: Survey Results, Frameworks and Model Materials American Council on Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) conference. Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts. 11/20/2010
  Poetry in Art Exhibit. "i am" and "mother tongue," [thespacebetween] Art Exhibit. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/06/2010
  Development & Service. MCA year-long discussion group: "The Color of Fear" MCA summer book discussion: "The Help"
Dykstra-Pruim, Pennylyn - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
  Journal article. Dykstra-Pruim, Pennylyn. "Cultural Intelligence: An Interview with David Livermore." Journal of Christianity and Foreign Langauges. 11:2010. Peer reviewed.
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Assessing our Lofty Goals," North American Christian Foreign Language Association (NACFLA) conference. Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana. 04/08-09/2010
Eames, Robert - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "Leadership and Values," International Trainee Workshop . YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park & Fraser, Colorado. 10/29/2013
Eames, Robert - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Teaching/Workshops with International Trainees at YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park Center and Snow Mountain Ranch
  Public Service. Head of search committee, organizing a call for pastors at MCC, a new CRC church.
Eames, Robert - 2011-2012  (2 Items) 
  Public Service. Judge, West Michigan Hispanic Center, Design Research Social Design Projects
  Public Service. Co-developed and led the Calvin Young Women's Business Institute, a pre-college program for high potential young women (through CCIB)
Eames, Robert - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Training Workshops for International Trainees at YMCA of the Rockies at Snow Mountain Ranch and Estes Park Center. "Dealing With Difficult People"
Edmondson, Christina - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Church group presentation. "The High Calling of the Elder's Wife," General Assembly Kentucky Baptists . Galt House Hotel , Louisville, Kentucky. 02/13/2013
  Development & Service. Attended Facing Racism 1/2 day workshop
Ermer, Gayle - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Attended "Developing Intercultural Communication Skills for Academic Advising" AdvisorConnect Webinar, on Wednesday, December 11, 2013 from 2:00-3:00 pm.
  Development & Service. Watched the video "Them and Us" followed by discussion at Engineering Department meeting on 3/10/2014.
Ermer, Gayle - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME) National Symposium in St. Paul, MN from Oct. 18-20, 2011.
Fackler, Mark - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. Academic paper, International Association for Mass Communication Research (IAMCR). University of Kwa Zulu Natal, Durban, South Africa. 07/17/2012
Fackler, Mark - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Book edited or translated. Ethics and Evil in the Public Sphere: Media, Universal Values, and Global Development. Essays in honor of Clifford G. Christians.
Feenstra, Cheryl - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Intercultural Workshop: Anti-Racism 90 minutes
Feenstra, Cheryl - 2010-2011  (2 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. Preconception Monitoring of Women's Ovulation Time and Other Menstrual Changes: A Pilot Study Sigma Theta Tau International 22nd International Research Congress. Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort, Cancun, Mexico. 07/11/2011
  Development & Service. Attended the Faculty Panel presentation on teaching from the perspective of a faculty member who was educated in a country other than the US.
Feenstra, Cheryl - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Implemented a new interim course: Partnering to Improve Health in Rural India. Included much reflection on differences and similarities among various ethnic and cultural groups.
Felch, Susan - 2012-2013  (8 Items) 
  Keynote or plenary address. "Christian Teaching as Craft," International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education (IAPCHE) Seminar. Lukenya Getaway Resort, Athi River, Kenya. 08/15/2013
  Keynote or plenary address. "Deepening an understanding of Worldview," International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education (IAPCHE) Seminar. Lukenya Retreat Center, Athi River, Kenya. 08/13/2013
  Keynote or plenary address. "Inhabiting the Bible Worldview," International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education (IAPCHE) Seminar. Lukenya Getaway Resort, Athi River, Kenya. 08/13/2013
  Keynote or plenary address. "Scholarship, Hiring, and Mentoring: Christian Education as Formation," International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education (IAPCHE) Seminar. Lukenya Getaway Resort, Athi River, Kenya. 08/16/2013
  Keynote or plenary address. "Christian Higher Education Today," Faculty Fall Conference. East Texas Baptist University, Marshall, Texas. 11/12/2013
  External grant (not govt). NetVUE Gathering: Vocational Explorations in a Multi-Faith World: Cultivating Informed Engagement across Faith Traditions in Undergraduate Education , NetVUE
  Curriculum. Developed new core course on Environmental Literature that focussed on these themes: creation, nature, culture, place, sustainability, and justice. FEN-related readings were incorporated throughout the syllabus.
  Development & Service. Co-organizer of faculty workshop on "Engaging with People of Other Faith Traditions" for IAPCHE Workshop, Calvin College.
Felch, Susan - 2011-2012  (7 Items) 
  Book chapter. "Reflections on Literary Theory and Criticism" in Christian Thought in the 21st Century: Agenda for the Future, edited by Douglas H. Shantz and Tinu Ruparell. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books 2012. Peer reviewed.
  Keynote or plenary address. Developing Faculty Scholarship Faculty Development Workshop. Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky. 05/22-24/2012
  Keynote or plenary address. Hiring and Mentoring for Mission Seminar on Academic Leadership in Baptist Universities. Baylor University, Waco, Texas. 05/15/2012
  Professional Svcs. Consultation with John Choi, Director of the Handong Institute for Learning and Faith.
  Professional Svcs. Panelist for 2012-2013 NEH Awards for Faculty.
  Curriculum. New course on Environmental Literature developed for off-campus Creation Care in the South Pacific program (New Zealand), with experience-based learning activities and readings from diverse authors.
  Development & Service. Co-director, Christian Engagement with People of Other Faith Traditions, Calvin College.
Felch, Susan - 2010-2011  (7 Items) 
  Book authored. Selected Readings of Bible Stories / 圣经故事选读 [a textbook for teaching advanced English in China]. Co-authored with Xing Ling. Kunming: Yunnan University Press, 2011. Peer reviewed.
  Keynote or plenary address. "Six-Word Stories, Gaps, and the Narratives that Shape Us," North American Christian Foreign Language Association (NACFLA) Conference. Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas. 04/07-09/2011
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. Faculty Development Seminar The Center for Christian Discernment Seminar. Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky. 07/25/2011
  Invited lecture. "Personnel Issues: Faculty Hiring & Faculty Development" Seminar on Academic Leadership in Baptist Universities. Baylor University, Waco, Texas. 05/15/2011
  Professional Svcs. External Reviewer for the English Department of Luther College
  Curriculum. Developed, with William Portier of U of Dayton, a year-long syllabus for Lilly Graduate Fellows Seminar on Composing a Life as a Christian Scholar, Teacher, and Learner.
  Curriculum. "Walking" a new course design and syllabus for English 101
Felch, Susan - 2009-2010  (5 Items) 
  Journal article. "Double Translation: The Heart of Christianity," Sinological Studies (2010). http://www.sinologystudy.com/2010/0425/12.html. Peer reviewed. http://www.sinologystudy.com/2010/0425/12.html
  Journal article. "Cautionary Tales and Crisscrossing Paths," Religion and Literature 41.2 (2009): 1-7. Invited participant in forum on religion and literature.
  Book edited or translated. Bakhtin and Religion: A Feeling for Faith. Edited with Paul J. Contino. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2001. Translated into Korean, with new preface by Felch (Pusan National University Press, 2009). Peer reviewed.
  Session chair/panelist. Summary panelist Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity Conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 06/16/2010
  External grant (not govt). Lilly Conferences, Lilly
Felch, Susan - 2008-2009  (1 Item)  
  Keynote or plenary address. "Personnel Issues: Faculty Hiring and Faculty Development," Seminar on Academic Leadership in Baptist Universities. Baylor University, Waco, Texas. 05/17/2009
Fetzer, Glenn - 2011-2012  (7 Items) 
Book review. Review of Presence de Lorand Gaspar, by Suzanne Allaire and Muriel Tenne. The French Review 84:5 (2012) 546-547.
Journal article. "Langue et espace dans _Chronique_ de Saint-John Perse," in Frankofoni (24: 2012), 129-139. Peer reviewed.
Paper published in conference proceedings. "Rapporter le mot, saturer l'instant," in Guillevic maintenant, Eds. Michael Brophy and Bernard Fournier (Paris: Honore Champion, 2011) 273-283. Peer reviewed.
Paper published in conference proceedings. "Rimbaud ou l'ecriture de l'immanence" in _Comment Lire Rimbaud Aujourd'hui_. Ed. Amina Ben Damir. _Cahier du C.E.R.E.S. Serie Litterature_. # 12, Tunis, 2011. Peer reviewed.
Talk contributed at a conference. "Faits de langue et 'la porte de l'ecole': Une reflexion sur des valeurs statiques et mouvantes dans l'oeuvre d'Emmanuel Hocquard" 2e colloque de l'Association Internationale de Stylistique. University of Caen Basse Normandie, Caen, France. 11/07-08/2011
Talk contributed at a conference. "Lorand Gaspar: ecriture et le bonheur de letranger" Colloque AREF/APFUE/SHF. University of the Algarve, Faro, Portugal. 11/09-12/2011
Professional Svcs. Organized and chaired the session ‟Poesies: passages, dynamiques, l'entre-deux', at the 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium, California State University-Long Beach, March 31, 2012.
Fetzer, Glenn - 2010-2011  (7 Items) 
Journal article. "Saint-John Perse memorialiste (1957-1975) ," in La Nouvelle anabase : revue d'etudes persiennes, (6 : decembre 2010), 58-67. Peer reviewed.
Book review. Rev. of Meditations photographiques sur l'idee simple de nudit, and of Les Babouches vertes, by Emmanuel Hocquard, in Nouvelles etudes francophones. 25 :2 (2010) 235-237. Peer reviewed.
Paper published in conference proceedings. "Enonciation et reperage dans la poesie de Lorand Gaspar," in Directions actuelles en linguistique du texte : Actes du colloque international Le Texte: modules, methodes, perspectives, II, Ed. Ligia-Stela Florea, et al, (Cluj-Napoca : Casa Cartii de Stiinta, 2010) 109-119. Peer reviewed.
Paper published in conference proceedings. "Enonciation et reperage dans la poesie de Lorand Gaspar," in Directions actuelles en linguistique du texte : Actes du colloque international Le Texte: modules, methodes, perspectives, II, Ed. Ligia-Stela Florea, et al, (Cluj-Napoca: Casa Cartii de Stiinta, 2010) 109-119. Peer reviewed.
Talk contributed at a conference. "Without Limits: Poetry in the New Millennium," Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. 04/16/2011
Talk contributed at a conference. "Langue et espace dans 'Chronique' de Saint-John Perse," Conseil International d'Etudes Francophones. , Aix-en-Provence, Finland. 06/03/2011
Talk contributed at a conference. "Lorand Gaspar et la parole arborescente" "Word, Image, Culture" 25th Annual Interdisciplinary Conference in the Humanities. University of West Georgia, Carrollton, Georgia. 11/11-13/2010
Fetzer, Glenn - 2009-2010  (7 Items) 
Journal article. "Anonymat et reference dans la pousie de Frederic Boyer," in Romance Notes (49:2, 2009) 229-238. Peer reviewed.
Book chapter. "Mots de passe et mots d'ordre dans l'oeuvre de Lorand Gaspar" in Stylistiques ?, Ed. Laurence Bougault et Judith Wulf (Rennes : Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2010), 449-458. Peer reviewed.
Journal article. "Hocquard et la po3tique de la grammaire," in Nottingham French Studies (49 :1, Spring 2010) 66-75. Peer reviewed.
Talk contributed at a conference. "Valeurs ecologistes et enjeux dhabitat chez Claudel" Michigan World Language Association (MIWLA) Annual Meeting. , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 12/27-30/2009
Talk contributed at a conference. "Entre ciel et mer: espace et enonciation chez Lorand Gaspar" International colloquium "Espace et enonciation". , Jendouba, Tunisia. 03/03-05/2010
Talk contributed at a conference. "Tahar Bekri ou lethique du nomadisme" International Colloquium "Grandes Voix Contemporaines: Les Antilles, L'Afrique Noire, le Maghreb, L'Ocean Indien". Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 09/17-19/2009
Invited lecture. "Writing Exile: Tahar Bekri and the Tunisia - France Connection" Guest lecturer. Hope College, Holland, Michigan. 09/22/2009
Freeberg, Debra - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Incognito Book discussion group member. Attended the production of Incognito on October 8,2013
Freeberg, Debra - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Drama/musical performance. "Justice for Maurice Henry Carter," Multicultural Affairs and CTC joint presentation. Calvin College Gezon Auditorium, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/22-23/2013
Freeberg, Debra - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Drama/musical performance. Justice for Maurice Henry Carter staged reading CTC. Calvin College Gezon Auditorium, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/28/2012
Freeberg, Debra - 2008-2009  (1 Item)  
  Drama/musical performance. "The Syringa Tree," Theatre production. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/23-25, 30-31/2009
Fuentes, David - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Developed a unit exploring cases where contradictions and tragedies in the fate of African Americans led to musical innovation.
Fuller, Brian - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Award/honor. Official Selection, Mosaic Film Experience, --select one--
Fuller, Brian - 2011-2012  (2 Items) 
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School" Christian Schools International "Transforming School Conference for School and Board Leaders". Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/03/2011
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School" Christian Educator's Association annual meeting. Century Center, South Bend, Indiana. 10/13/2011
Fuller, Brian - 2010-2011  (5 Items) 
  Film was screened for a public audience. A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School University Film and Video Association. Emerson College, Boston, Massachusetts. 08/05/2011
  Your film was screened to a public audience. "A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School," . Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/11/2011
  Film was screened for a public audience. "A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School" Van Lunen Fellows Alumni Reunion. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 07/24/2011
  Invited lecture. "Making 'The Hope of the Quechua' - a filmmaker discusses community development," Invited lecture to students in the Community Development major. Covenant College, Lookout Mountain, Georgia. 03/21/2011
  Your film was premiered in public performance. "A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School," Film Premiere. Liberty Science Center, Jersey City, New Jersey. 11/05/2010
Fuller, Brian - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Student Learning. Auditioned, selected, and supervised paid student interns for a documentary shoot in Hoboken, NJ during the January interim. Media Production majors Kyle Berkompas and Kristin Crawford were enlisted as camera operators; Education major Chad Drenth was a research assistant (as the film's subject was innovating teaching strategies employed by The Mustard Seed, a arts- and faith-based school). Drenth also worked as a location audio engineer. The project's FEN component was significant, given that a diverse student body is also a signature of the school. Recording and representing the policies and practices which intentionally create such a learning community -- as well as their resulting benefits and challenges -- was an ubiquitous concern of our film making team.
Fynewever, Herb - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Completed Welcoming Diversity online training
Goetz, Peggy - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attending the play Lines: The Lived Experience of Race by Stephanie Sandberg
Greidanus, Anna - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Internal grant. Multicultural Affairs Guest Artist Grant, Multicultural Affairs Office
Groenhout, Ruth - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Reading group currently reading Linda Alcoff's Visible Identities: Race, Gender and the Self.
  Development & Service. FEN/SWOT meeting participation
Groenhout, Ruth - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Book chapter. "The Difference Difference Makes: Public Health and the Complexities of Racial and Ethnic Research," in Feminist Bioethics: At the Centre, on the Margins, Laurel Baldwin-Ragaven, Petya Fitzpatrick, and Jackie Leach Scully, eds. (2010, Johns Hopkins University Press) pp. 221-242. Peer reviewed.
Gunnoe, Marjorie - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Parenting: Science and Practice. Article Referee.
  Development & Service. International students at Calvin (presentation by Cooper, Nagel & Bosch)
Gunnoe, Marjorie - 2012-2013  (4 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Article referee, International Journal of Psychology and Religion.
  Professional Svcs. Journal of Child and Family Studies
  Development & Service. Faculty development lecture (attendee): A visual tour of the Racist Memorabilia Museum, April 17, 2013.
  Public Service. Media interview with La Tercera Newspaper (Chile) on how authoritarian parenting positively and negatively influences the transmission of values across generations.
Gunnoe, Marjorie - 2010-2011  (2 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Journal of Family Psychology - September 2010 Parenting: A Journal of Science & Practice - September, 2010, January, 2011 Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology - March 2011 Journal of Marriage and the Family - February 2011, April 2011 European Journal of Developmental Psychology - April 2011 Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion - May 2011
  Development & Service. April 18 2011, Attended a teaching fellows panel: International Faculty Issues in the Classroom. The goal of the discussion is for Calvin faculty at large to better understand the issues that international faculty members experience in the classroom, and for international faculty to learn from and support each other.
Haarsma, Deborah - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
Development & Service. Attended session at faculty conference on FEN in the curriculum
Haarsma, Deborah - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
Development & Service. 2010 May 24 Racial Sobriety Workshop
Haarsma, Loren - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Faculty/staff discussion of the "Race Card Project" at Calvin College, lead by Multicultural Affairs Office
  Development & Service. Workshop: "Mirrors of Privilege"
Haarsma, Loren - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended anti-racism workshop on November 8, on the topic of "Racial Micro-agressions"
Haarsma, Loren - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Welcoming Diversity on-line training
Haarsma, Loren - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended seminar, "Access and Persistence of Minority Students in PhD STEM Programs." Dr. Margaret Mwenda, Faculty of Marketing, Davenport University.
Halteman, Matt - 2013-2014  (3 Items) 
  Journal article. Matthew C. Halteman, "Knowing the Standard American Diet by its Fruits: Is Unrestrained Omnivorism Spiritually Beneficial?" Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology, 67 (4), 383-395. Peer reviewed.
  Invited lecture. "Animal Ethics: Three Strategies for Keeping the Focus Where It Belongs," Creation Care. Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Elkhart, Indiana. 11/01/2013
  Keynote or plenary address. "Compassionate Eating as Care of Creation," McElmurry Ethics and Society Lectureship. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. 10/04/2013
Halteman, Matt - 2012-2013  (4 Items) 
  Invited lecture. "Teaching Animal Ethics," Animal Ethics Pedagogy Workshop (with Andrew Chignell, Cornell University). University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont. 05/24/2013
  Talk contributed at a conference. Eating Animals and Ecological Crisis: The Hermeneutics of Revaluing Omnivorism Advancing Public Philosophy Conference. Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. 03/14-16/2013
  Professional Svcs. Advisory Board, Bryant Terry's Afro-Vegan: Cuisines of the African Diaspora
  Development & Service. Participated in Calvin College FEN survey
Halteman, Matt - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Internal grant. Eating as an Act of Justice Faculty Working Group, CCCS
Halteman, Matt - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
  Conference Organizer. Wake Up Weekend 2010. Calvin College, 106 Division Avenue Arts Collective, Brick Road Pizza, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/23/2010
  Student Learning. Faculty Advisor, Students for Compassionate Living (SCL). SCL's activities included dorm workshops on sustainable living, student reading groups, regular community potlucks, sponsorship of Wake Up Weekend activities (including Bryant Terry's cooking demonstration on the connections between racial injustice and food systems injustice).
Haney, Becky - 2012-2013  (4 Items) 
  Curriculum. Integrated sustainability into my current course, Econ 330: Urban Growth and Development. The students also participated in the CEAP project and a day with the Plaster Creek Stewards project for ABSL. They also attended a lecture by Tony Campbell, United Way Schools of Hope program that focused on "the difference six miles can make" in the education and life outcomes of a child. The students then tutored in the Excel program as part of ABSL and gave them cross-cultural/cross-SES experience.
  Student Learning. Supervised an honors independent study with a senior economics major. The focus of the project is examining the literature on the effect of cultural differences on economic behavior.
  Development & Service. Attended the reading of the American Apology to Native American Peoples on Dec. 19, 2012. This event was planned and led by Mark Charles and lasted for the afternoon. He spoke at length about the ways in which the US could more toward authentic racial reconciliation that was legitimate in the eyes of native nations.
  Development & Service. I attended the "Facing Racism" OMA training day.
Haney, Becky - 2011-2012  (3 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Taught a course on the Protestant Reformation to the Native American Methodist Course of Study. The "course of study" is an alternative track to receive MDiv credentialing for mid-career professionals. The Native American "version" is yet another alternative to that alternative. It is culturally contextual and the course is geared toward pastors who are themselves Native American or are serving Native American contexts. This course was distance-learning in format. The students read most of the required material before class and brought written responses. The class met for 2 three-day conferences at a camp.
  Student Learning. Collaborated with Econ major/InfoSys minor, Stephen Healy, during the summer on an agent-based computer simulation model that we are using to examine issues of wealth and inequailty (economic justice - FEN) and the limits to economic growth (sustainability).
  Student Learning. Collaborated with Econ major/InfoSys minor, Stephen Healy, during the summer on an agent-based computer simulation model that we are using to examine issues of wealth and inequailty (economic justice - FEN) and the limits to economic growth (sustainability).
Haney, Becky - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended and discussed the "Economics of Happiness" documentary shown at Calvin on Sat. March 5. This event combined issues of culture, economic development, and sustainability in a beautiful way and gave food for thought.
Hanson, Craig - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Lecture: Lisa Kemmis, "A Tour of the Jim Crow Museum: Lessons Learned by the Museum Assistant."
Hardy, Lee - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Invited lecture. Equipping the Saints Calvin Chapel talk. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang. 10/08/2010
Hardy, Lee - 2009-2010  (7 Items) 
  Invited lecture. Getting Out or Digging In: Two Concepts of Salvation faculty integration seminar. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang. 08/05/2010
  Invited lecture. Sober Judgment Calvin Chapel talk. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang.
  Invited lecture. Turning the Soul Calvin Chapel talk. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang. 08/15/2010
  Keynote or plenary address. Your Profession: A Calling and a Choice Keynote address at UPH Festival 17. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang. 08/13/2010
  Your work was the focus of a workshop or conference. Christian Calling and the World of Work Christian Calling and the World of Work. Ukrida University, Jakarta Barat, Indonesia. 07/08/2010
  Invited lecture. Should We Believe There is a God? faculty integration seminar. Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang. 06/08/2010
  Professional Svcs. The Theology of Work and Calling, a two-week intensive course given at Sekolah Tinggi Theologi Reformed Injili Indonesia (The Reformed Evangelical Seminary of Indonesia), August 2-13, 2010, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Harms, Richard - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Anti Racism Workshop participant
Harper, Paul - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Completed "Welcoming Diversity" online training module
Heffner, Gail - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Public Service. Board of directors, Healthy Homes Coalition of West Michigan, president of the board, 2012-present.
  Public Service. Caucus leader, Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation (CORR)
Heffner, Gail - 2011-2012  (6 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Improving Urban Health through Community-Based Research and Engaged Pedagogies," National Outreach Scholarship Conference. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. 10/03/2011
  Professional Svcs. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement (JHEOE)
  Development & Service. Participated in annual forum for the Partners for a Racism Free Community (PRFC)
  Development & Service. Participated in the FEN Symposium, March 2012; participated in several events sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Multicultural Student Development Office.
  Public Service. Facilitator for Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation (CORR), anti-racism caucusing
  Public Service. Vice Chair of the Board for the Healthy Homes Coalition of West Michigan.
Heffner, Gail - 2010-2011  (8 Items) 
  Application for the Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement. Heffner, Gail Gunst. 2010. Principal author for successful Calvin application to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching for the Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement (one of only 311 U.S. institutions so recognized). Peer reviewed.
  Conference abstract. Improving Urban Health through Community-Based Research and Engaged Pedagogies with Gail Zandee, Sergio Da Silva, and Dave Warners for the National Outreach Scholarship Conference to be held October, 2011. Peer reviewed.
  Webinar . Community Engagement and Service-Learning at Faith-Based Institutions Kansas Campus Compact webinar (with Claudia Beversluis). Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. 02/16/2011
  Drama/musical performance. Lines: The Lived Experience of Race in Grand Rapids, Community conversation following theatre performance. Actors' Theatre, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/30/2010
  Curriculum. Developed a new May Interim course with Janel Curry on Sustainability in New Zealand
  Development & Service. Attended workshop for Partners for a Racism Free Community
  Development & Service. Participated in the FEN Symposium, March 2011
  Public Service. Served on the Board of Directors for the Healthy Homes Coalition of West Michigan
Heffner, Gail - 2009-2010  (8 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Consultant--for Lines: The Lived Experience of Race in Grand Rapids (Play being developed by Stephanie Sandberg)
  Curriculum. New course development for Interim 2010 class on Race, Gender, and Immigration in the U.S. Students collected oral histories from immigrants to Grand Rapids and these interviews have been transcribed and will be donated to the Community Voices archive at the Grand Rapids Public Library.
  Student Learning. Supervised and mentored student research assistant who worked primarily on the Community Voices Project
  Student Learning. Panel presentation, "The Delight and Difficulty of a Multi-Ethnic Church," organized by Multicultural Student Affairs Office for the Calvin Martin Luther King Celebration.
  Development & Service. Attended/ participated in the FEN Symposium, March 2010.
  Development & Service. Member, Reading Group on Race and Theology,2009-2010.
  Public Service. Caucus leader for Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation (CORR)
  Public Service. Member, Church of the Servant anti-racism team
Helder, Emily - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended departmental seminar on “International Students at Calvin College” (led by Jo Cooper, Leanne Doornbos Nagel, Linda Bosch)
Helder, Emily - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Welcoming Diversity course
Helder, Emily - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. The goal of the discussion is for Calvin faculty at large to better understand the issues that international faculty members experience in the classroom, and for international faculty to learn from and support each other.
Herzberg, Larry - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Arranged and acted as moderator for three presentations on topic related to East Asia in September and October, 2013, including lectures related to the education system in China, the Mongolian minority and other minority groups in China, and the problems inherent in translating between Japanese and English.
Herzberg, Larry - 2012-2013  (4 Items) 
  Video recording (e.g. film or DVD). A 2 1/2 hour DVD documentary film entitled "The China Threat: Perception versus Reality," created by Larry and Qin Herzberg; released on October 15, 2012 by the Calvin Media Foundation
  Invited lecture. "The Chinese Written Language," Presentation to Winterim class on China . Grand Rapids Christian High School, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/13/2013
  Invited lecture. "The China Threat: Perception versus Reality," Lecture for Great Decisions Series at St. Norbert's College. St. Norbert's College, DePere, Wisconsin. 03/06/2013
  Curriculum. Developed and taught a CALL course on Chinese proverbs and popular sayings, and what they reveal about Chinese thought and culture
Herzberg, Larry - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Developed and taught a CALL course on the Chinese language, written and spoken
Herzberg, Larry - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  Book authored. Basic Patterns of Chinese Grammar: A Student's Guide to Correct Structures and Common Errors (Stone Bridge Press, Berkeley, CA)
  Curriculum. Finished the work on my own textbooks for Chinese 101 and 102 courses, to replace the books I had been using for many years. I began using the 101 textbook this fall semester, with great success.
  Student Learning. Have made arrangements once again this fall to provide summer internships in Japan next summer for four of our more advanced Japanese language students. These students will spend five weeks in Hikone, Japan, where they will practice English conversation with small groups of Japanese people of all ages and assist at the City Hall in English language related work, while doing homestays with Japanese families. This is the 8th year I have arranged for such an internship. Funding for sending our students to Japan all expenses paid is through our Freeman-Asia grant money.
Hoag, Jennifer Steensma- - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. "The Moving Image: Video Work of Jennifer Steensma Hoag," Athens Institute for Education and Research: 4th Annual International Conference on Fine and Performing Arts. St. George Lycabettus Hotel, Athens, Greece. 06/03/2013
Hoag, Jennifer Steensma- - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
  Curriculum. I attended the 47th Society for Photographic Education's National Conference from March 4-7 in Philadelphia. The conference title was, "Facing Diversity: Leveling the Playing Field in the Photographic Arts." My favorite session was a panel titled, "Re-thinking Photographic Education: Expanding the Canon" with Gazelle Samizay, Coriana Close, Catherine Marino and Rae Strozzo. The description for the session was as follows: "This panel, which will consist of current and recently graduated master's students, will provide strategies for expanding photographic history curriculum. A more accurate retelling of the history of photography to include artists of diverse background (including race, culture, ethnicity, religion, class, gender, sexual orientation and age) would expose students to a broad array of creative ideas, thus benefiting students' artistic practices. The goal of this panel is to provide resources and strategies for photography educators to expand the photo historical canon in a way that integrates diverse artists without Othering them." I have already implemented some of the strategies they discussed.
  Development & Service. Attended the 47th Society for Photographic Education's National Conference titled, "Facing Diversity: Leveling the Playing Field in the Photographic Arts." Conference in Philadelphia from March 4-7, 2010.
Hoekema, David - 2013-2014  (6 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "The churches and post-conflict reconciliation in Uganda," Calvin Philosophy Department colloquium. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/08/2014
  Invited lecture. "The Church in Africa Today: The Missionaries Are Headed in Our Direction Now," Osher Lifelong Learning Institute lectures (2). Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/30/2013
  Curriculum. Created a new course as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Aquinas College on "The Church in Africa: Why the Missionaries Are Headed Our Way Now." Offered for the first time in September and October 2013.
  Student Learning. Led a discussion (with Linda Bosch and Larry Louters) for international students of how cultural differences affect expectations of faculty and students in the classroom and how conflicting norms can be recognized and mediated
  Student Learning. Organized a discussion session over dinner during Festival of Faith and Writing for students who recently studied in Africa to meet two Nigerian authors featured at the festival, Uwem Akpan and Okey Ndibe
  Development & Service. Participant in Multicultural Affairs reading group on Michael Fosberg, "Incognito"
Hoekema, David - 2012-2013  (6 Items) 
  Journal article. "African Politics and Moral Vision," Soundings 96:3 (spring 2013), pp. 121-144 Peer reviewed.
  Chapel speaker. "On our pilgrim journey" Chapel talk for Calvin College. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/20/3013
  Session chair. "No Longer at Ease: Benefits of Long-Term Study in Africa," International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education (IAPCHE). Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 05/24/2013
  Federal grant. Summer Institute on Development Ethics, NEH
  Professional Svcs. External reviewer for promotion candidacy of a member of the Philosophy faculty at Ibadan University, Nigeria
  Development & Service. Participant in Reading Group on Witnessing Whiteness sponsored by Dean for Multicultural Affairs
Hoekema, David - 2011-2012  (6 Items) 
  Invited lecture. "The CRC and Homosexuality" Church Adult Enrichment presentation. Second Christian Reformed Church, Grand Haven, Michigan. 12/04/2011
  Photography exhibit. "My Friend, You Are Invited: Photographs from West and East Africa" Photography exhibit with explanatory leaflet. Wealthy Street Bakery, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01-03/2012
  Church group presentation. "Why We Need Missionaries from Africa" Church Adult Enrichment presentation. Second Christian Reformed Church, Grand Haven, Michigan. 11/04/2011
  Professional Svcs. External examiner for two graduate theses (M. Phil.) at University of Ghana, one in Philosophy and one in African Studies
  Professional Svcs. External examiner for two graduate theses (M. Phil.) at University of Ghana, one in Philosophy and one in African Studies
  Curriculum. Developed and taught a new Interim course on Building Communities in Uganda; succeeded for the first time in bringing together Catholic and Protestant community development leaders and community groups; led group of 18 students from Jan 5-31, 2012
Hoekema, David - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  Book review. Review of Paul Gifford, Christianity, Politics and Public Life in Ghana (New York: Columbia University Press, 2009), Calvin Theological Journal 46:1 (April 2011), pp. 188-192 Peer reviewed.
  Book chapter. "Faith and Freedom in Post-Colonial African Politics," in Jesus and Ubuntu: Exploring the Social Impact of Christianity in Africa, ed. Mwenda Ntarangwi (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press), pp.26-45. Peer reviewed. www.africaworldpressbooks.com
  Public Service. Published commentary in New York Times "Opinionator" blog in response to Nicholas Kristof column on "Religious Donations Going Awry?": http://community.nytimes.com/comments/kristof.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/11/20/religious-donations-going-awry/?permid=156#comment156
Hoogewerf, Arlene - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended FEN Workshop on Bias, Assumptions, and Stereotypes.
Hoogewerf, Arlene - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Attended "Facing Racism" workshop.
  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)
Hoogewerf, Arlene - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Led a departmental colloquium using the book "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks."
Hoogstra, Shirley - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. One on One Diversity Training: W/Michelle Loyd-Paige January Series Lecture: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration, Isabel Wilkerson January Series Lecture: John Perkins: Love is the Final Flight Diversity/Social-Equality: Theory and Practice Workshop by Michael Fosberg Renew OneCampus e-learning Chapel with Rev. Emmett Harrison FEN Lectures: March, 2014 "Bias, Assumptions and Stereotypes" workshop facilitated by Eric K. Foster, Principal for Progress Strategies+ "American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs" video screening
Hoogstra, Shirley - 2012-2013  (5 Items) 
  Published interview. Inner Compass Interview with Jenny Yang: "Comprehensive Immigration Reform"
  Published interview. Inner Compass Interview with Jenny Yang: "Welcoming the Stranger - Justice, Compassion & Truth in the Immigration Debate."
  Published interview. Inner Compass: Interview with Mandy Cano Villalobos - The Art of Empathy
  Development & Service. Understanding micro-aggressions w/Michelle Loyd-Paige One-on-one diversity training with Michelle Loyd-Paige
  Development & Service. Understanding Micro-Agressions: Michelle Loyd-Paige
Hoogstra, Shirley - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Published interview. "Inner Compass: Understanding the Refugee," Interview with Dana Doll.
Hoogstra, Shirley - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Published interview. Inner Compass - Jan. 26/10 - Jewish-Palestinian Reconciliation. Guest - Archibshop Elias Chacour.
Ingraffia, Brian - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Journal article. "'Deadly Conversions': Louise Erdrich’s Indictment of Catholicism in Tracks, Love Medicine, and The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse." Christianity and Literature. 2013. (29 pages). Peer reviewed.
Ingraffia, Brian - 2011-2012  (2 Items) 
  Award/honor. From Every Nation Award for Excellence in Teaching, Calvin College
  Curriculum. Developed and taught course on "The Spirituals and the Blues" for Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning
Ingraffia, Brian - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Developed and taught course on African American literature for Calvin Entrada program
Jadrich, Jim - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Keynote or plenary address. "These Three Remain," Commencement Address for Monrovia Bible College. Monrovia Bible College, Paynesville, Monrovia. 07/17/2013
  Professional Svcs. Taught a course at Monrovia Bible College in Paynesville, Liberia on science methods to K-12 pre-service and inservice Christian school teachers.
Jadrich, Jim - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Professional Svcs. Went to Liberia, West Africa to develop connections between Calvin College and Monrovia Bible College as we continue to help develop certified K-12 teachers in Liberia.
Jadrich, Jim - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  Professional Svcs. Continued work in Liberia on the development of a Christian teachers' college for Liberia and West Africa.
  Development & Service. Put on and attended the International Faculty Panel at Calvin on teaching and Learning. (Sponsored by the Teaching fellows.)
  Public Service. Hosted seminar at Calvin: Access and Persistence of Minority Students in PhD STEM Programs.
Jen, Calvin - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. met with and attended meetings and events in Nairobi, Kenya with Africa International University, Daystar University, CRWRC, Partners Worldwide, Peter Okaalet/Medical Assistance Program, HIV/AIDs clinics, orthopedic hospital, Kibera slum, Nairobi Chapel
Kapitula, Laura - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
Development & Service. Provided statistical consultation to Adejoke Ayoola on her research project: Time of Pregnancy Recognition and Birth Outcomes among Women with Unintended Pregnancy. Also proofread and helped Adejoke Ayoola with analysis portion of a NIH R21 grant proposal.
Katerberg, Will - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. One week course in the OLLI Program at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Nov. 14, 2013, entitled: "A View of American Exceptionalism." http://www.aquinas.edu/olli/pdf/fall2_13.pdf
Katerberg, Will - 2012-2013  (5 Items) 
  Journal article. “Globalizing American Creation Stories,” The Maryville Symposium: Conversations on Faith & the Liberal Arts, Theme Issue on Frontiers, Borders and Citizens: Membership in American Society 5 (2102): 7-33. http://www.maryvillecollege.edu/lib/file/manager/symposium/MC-Symposium2012.pdf
  Book review. Great Plains Quarterly 32:3 (Summer 2012): 235. (Review of Lesley Erickson, Westward Bound: Sex, Violence, the Law, and the Making of a Settler Society. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2011.) Peer reviewed.
  Keynote or plenary address. "Other Manifest Destinies: Globalizing American Creation Stories," Maryville Symposium on Faith and the Liberal Arts. Maryville College, Maryville, Tennessee. 10/05/2012
  Invited lecture. "Other Manifest Destinies: Globalizing American Creation Stories," Annual Lecture for the Mellema Program in Western American Studies. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/19/2012
  Invited lecture. "Other Manifest Destinies: Globalizing American Creation Stories," Mellema Program in Western American Studies Annual Lecture. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/19/2012
Katerberg, Will - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Book edited or translated. Expectations of Equality: A History of Black Westerners. By Albert S. Broussard. Wheeling, Illinois: Harland Davidson, 2012.
Katerberg, Will - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Federal grant. "American Frontiers in Global Perspective", NEH
Katerberg, Will - 2009-2010  (3 Items) 
  Book authored. Carol L. Higham and William H. Katerberg, Conquests and Consequences: The American West from Frontier to Region. Wheeling, Illinois: Harlan Davidson, 2009.
  Professional Svcs. Editor of Fides et Historia, the journal of the Conference on Faith and History. Co-editor, with Carol L. Higham (UNC at Charlotte), of the Western History Series, of Harlan Davidson, Inc. Current volumes in progress are on women and West, African Americans in the West, religion and the West, and the environmental history of the West.
  Curriculum. Developed a new course in Native American History, turning History 358 (Studies in the North American West), which had focused on violence in the American West, into a course in Native American History that is national in scope, but puts special emphasis on the West. It is being taught for the first time in the fall of 2010.
Kim, Yoon - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  External grant (not govt). SangMyung Univ Green Energy Center Grant.,
Klatt, Lewis - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. I attended the One Campus workshop conducted by Michelle Loyd-Paige and viewed (and engaged) the online materials.
Klatt, Lewis - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Interview. "An Interview with Kevin Young" Festival of Faith and Writing. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/17/2010
Koetje, Dave - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Participated in an interdisciplinary reading group at Calvin that focused on Joseph Barndt's book Becoming an Anti-Racist Church
Koetje, Dave - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Biology Department reading and discussion of Rebecca Skloot's best-seller, "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks"
Koetje, Dave - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Participated in the Sustainability-Across-the-Curriculum summer workshop, which included planning for Biology 123 upgrades, potential connections with Chemistry 103 and college core courses, and consideration of environmental justice concerns
Kok, Cynthia - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. ReNew Partnerships OneCampus: online diversity training
Kok, Cynthia - 2012-2013  (5 Items) 
  Development & Service. Virtual Tour of the Jim Crow Museum
  Development & Service. Dear White America, by Time Wise
  Development & Service. Microagressions, presentation by Michelle Lloyd Page for Student Life Division
  Development & Service. Movie: Fruitvale Station
  Development & Service. Play: Grain of Hope: Refugee Experiences in West Michigan
Kok, Cynthia - 2011-2012  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Building Cultural Intelligence, Multicultural Affairs Office
  Development & Service. Met with MSDO staff to read and discuss the article, Microaggressions in everyday life: Implications for clinical practice (Sue, Capodilupo, Torino, Bucceri, Holder, Nadal, & Esquilin, 2007) and identified ways that Broene staff might better serve the needs of AHANA students.
Kok, Cynthia - 2010-2011  (2 Items) 
  Church group presentation. "Belhar Confession," Church Adult Education Class. Church of the Servant Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/16/2011
  Development & Service. Hospitality of the Other, David Smith
Kolk, Sarah - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Viewed and participated in the OneCampus e-learning workshop (and attended in-person campus discussion on 12/5).
Kolk, Sarah - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Participated in FEN SWOT analysis
  Development & Service. Office for Multicultural Affairs' intercultural workshop: "Little Things Mean a Lot - Addressing Racial Microaggressions"
Konyndyk DeYoung, Rebecca - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  External grant (not govt). Fundamental Practices for the Formation of Intellectual Humility, Templeton Foundation
Konyndyk, Irene - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
Development & Service. - Led a chapel service at Calvin College: "Praising God in French" (Sept. 29, 2010) - Member of Calvin College Teaching Fellows team supporting new faculty as they transition into their teaching lives at Calvin (planning new faculty orientation, and serving as a mentor), as well as providing general faculty development opportunities. - Organized and led a Faculty Development panel discussion (sponsored by Teaching Fellows) on "International Faculty Issues in the Classroom" (April, 2011) - Attended annual Southwest Michigan French and Francophone Studies Roundtable at Western Michigan University (November, 2010).
Konyndyk, Irene - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
Talk contributed at a conference. Diversity in the Foreign Language Classroom: What About Students with Learning Disabilities? West Michigan College and University Presidents' Compact Committee conference on Pedagogy and Scholarship Across the Disciplines. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/01/2009
Koop, Jan - 2012-2013  (3 Items) 
  State grant. Title II Improving Teacher Quality Supplemental Grant, MI Dept of Education/ US Dept of Education
  State grant. Title II Improving Teacher Quality Grant, MI Dept of Education
  Professional Svcs. Working with Grade 1-5 teachers in Baltimore City Schools on fraction content/pedagogy for two weeks. Working with Grades 3-5 teachers in Albany GA schools on mathematics Common Core Practice Standards and fraction content/pedagogy for five days.
Koop, Jan - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  State grant. Partners for Professional Development in Mathematics, MI Dept of Education
Kraegel, Irene - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. attended "Grains of Hope: Refugee Experiences in West Michigan" (04/12/13)
Kraegel, Irene - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. attended workshop: Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, & Sexual Orientation, Implications for Multicultural Counseling (Derald Wing Sue, PhD)
Kreisman, Brian - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Poster presentation. "Development and evaluation of a Spanish-language bisyllabic rhyme test for word recognition," American Academy of Audiology 25th Annual Convention. Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California. 04/05/2013
Kuilema, Joseph - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Journal article. Kuilema, J. (2012). "Social workers and broadband advocacy: social justice and information communications technologies." Social Science Computer Review (OnlineFirst). doi:10.1177/0894439312454266 Peer reviewed. http://ssc.sagepub.com/content/early/2012/09/10/0894439312454266.abstract
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Why Study Social Work Abroad? Motivations and Outcomes," North American Association of Christians in Social Work Annual Conferece. Millenium Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri. 10/26/2012
Kuilema, Joseph - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Completed online training module
Kuilema, Joseph - 2008-2009  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Board of Directors, Camp Tall Turf
Kuyvenhoven, Johanna - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Book chapter. "Literacy Teaching and Learning in Sierra Leone" in Jesus and Ubuntu: Exploring the Social Impact of Christianity in Africa, ed. Mwenda Ntarangwi (Africa World Press. NJ, 2011) Peer reviewed.
Lamanna, Scott - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. Designed a Spanish 370 course: Spanish in Contact with Other Languages. The course was designed during the summer of 2012 and implemented during the fall 2012 semester.
Lee, Won - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Invited lecture. "Contextual Hermeneutics: When Korean Christians Read the Bible ..." Nagel Fellowship Lecture. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/18/2014
Lee, Won - 2012-2013  (3 Items) 
  Invited lecture. "Imagining the Tapestry of Korean Biblical Hermenutics," Korean American Ministries. Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia. 04/15/2013
  Invited lecture. "Contextual Hermeneutics: A Case Study of Korean Biblical Interpretation," Graduate School of Theology. Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California. 02/18/2013
  Invited lecture. "Korean Biblical Interpretation," Hope/Western Theological Seminary Theology Seminar. Graves Hall at Hope College, Holland, Michigan. 10/03/2012
Lee, Won - 2011-2012  (4 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Praying with the Psalms," Christian Reformed Church Prayer Summit. All Nations Church, Lake View Terrace, Sylmar, California. 04/16-18/2012
  Keynote or plenary address. "Reformed Faith and Scriptual Authority," National Council of Korean Presbyterian Churches. Crowne Plaza Hotel, Denver, Colorado. 06/19-22/2012
  Invited lecture. "When Koreans read the Bible..." Jang-Shin Seminar. Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary, Seoul, South Korea. 05/21/2012
  Internal grant. Publishing a book on the Bible in Chinese, CCCS
Lee, Won - 2010-2011  (2 Items) 
  Invited lecture. "Imagining alternative prophetic ministry," North-East Conference for PCUSA pastors. , , New Jersey. 04/25-28/2011
  Keynote or plenary address. The Bible and Immigration Church The Bible and the Korean-American Church. , Atlanta, Georgia. 11/18-19/2010
Leugs, David - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Drama/musical performance. Justice for Maurice Henry Carter, Served as producer for a staged reading. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/22-23/2013
  Development & Service. Attended FEN Symposium March 5-6, 2013
Leugs, David - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Drama/musical performance. Lines; The lived Experience of Race Scenic design for play performance. Actors' Theatre, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/20/2010
Leugs, David - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
  Your work was the focus of a workshop or conference. In separate Silos; An Ethnography of Race Conference paper presentation. University of Sydney, Camperdown, Australia. 07/14/2009
  Development & Service. Participated in a one-day seminar/workshop called, "The Dance Of Racial Reconciliation," sponsored by the Calvin Office of Multi-cultural Affairs and the Race Relations Office of the Christian Reformed Church in North America.
Leugs, David - 2008-2009  (1 Item)  
  Internal grant. Travel to IDIERI 6, in Sydney, Australia, Provost's Supplemental Travel Fund
Louters, Larry - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  External grant (not govt). Introducing Minority Youth to Scientific Research, Grand Rapids Community Foundation
Louters, Larry - 2010-2011  (2 Items) 
  External grant (not govt). Engaging Minority Youth in the Sciences, Grand Rapids Community Foundation
  External grant (not govt). Engaging Minority Youth in the Sciences, Grand Rapids Community Foundation
Loyd-Paige, Michelle - 2013-2014  (19 Items) 
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Mentoring Experiences of Leaders of Color in Faith-Based Higher Education," International Leadership Association Global conference. Fairmont - The Queen Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec. 10/29/2013
  Curriculum. Created 2-year course cycle for Grassroots floor. Two semester of topics and assignments for each of two years. Facilititated and taught first year, 2013-2014,of courses.
  Development & Service. Attended two-day West Michigan President's Compact conference on Diversity held at Ferris State University. Dr. Damon Williams wa sthe keynote speaker.
  Development & Service. Attended 2013 "Mi Response To Hate" Conference. Day-long event held at Michigan State University.
  Development & Service. Attended Black History event hosted by MSDO. Film view and discussion of Many Rivers to Cross.
  Development & Service. Attended "MI-ACE Women of Color Collaborative Luncheon." Half-day event held at Oakland University.
  Development & Service. Facilitated "OneCampus" discussion for faculty and staff.
  Development & Service. Led "Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts" workshop for Calvin faculty and staff
  Development & Service. Led book group. Coming Together in the 21st Century: The Bible's Message in an Age of Diversity by Curtiss Paul DeYoung
  Development & Service. Led book group. Incognito by Michael Fosberg
  Development & Service. Attended a one-day Eracism workshop hosted by GRCHS. The workshop explored defining, identifying and responding to racism, particularly within the classroom.
  Development & Service. Organized and attended the two sessions of the Calvin College From Every Nation Symposium on Race. Session one - a workshop "Bias, Assumptions, and Stereotypes". Session two - a screening of the documentary "American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs".
  Public Service. Cornerstone University chapel speaker Feb 24, 2014. Topic - "Shalom and Racial Reconciliation."
  Public Service. Led morning Saturday morning devotions at the Faith and International Development Conference
  Public Service. Member of the CCCU Core Formation Committee for Advancing Intercultural Competencies.
  Public Service. Introduced January Speaker Isabel Wilkerson on Janury 8th
  Public Service. Calvin representative to the CRCNA Diversity and Inclusion Working Group.
  Public Service. Member of the West Michigan Environmental Action Council IDEAL Advisory council for 2013-2014
  Public Service. 2013-2014 member of the West Michigan President's Compact advisory committee
Loyd-Paige, Michelle - 2012-2013  (29 Items) 
  Keynote or plenary address. "Achieving Authentic Inclusive Excellence in Higher Education," Cornerstone University Fall Faculty Conference. Maranatha Bible and Missionary Conference Center, Norton Shores, Michigan. 08/29/2013
  Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "FEN and Intro to Anti-Racism," Calvin College Fall Faculty Conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 08/22/2013
  Church group presentation. "Oh No! It's the "R" Word Again: I Hate Talking and Hearing About Racism," Just Faith adult education meeting. Georgetown Protestant Reformed Church, Hudsonville, Michigan. 12/12/2012
  Drama/musical performance. "Justice for Maurice Henry Carter," staged reading. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/22/2013
  Session panelist. "Creation, Fall, Redemption: A Multicultural Application," Kuiper Seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/16/2013
  Session panelist. "Multigenerational, Multicultural Worship: Reports and Tesimonies form Worship Renewal Grant Recipients," Calvin Symposium on Worship. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/24/2013
  Invited lecture. "Little Things Mean a Lot: Bias, Assumptions, Stereotypes, and Micro-aggressions," Annual Women's Studies Lecture. Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/28/2013
  Session panelist. "Blurred Lines: The Intersection of Multicultural Education and Internationalization," West Michigan College and University President's Compact Committee Conference. Conference Theme - "Inclusive Communities: Advancing Effective Inclusion Startegies in Higher Education". Davenport University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/05/2012
  Professional Svcs. Led workshop on the work of the office for multicultural affairs for new admissions officers.
  Professional Svcs. A reviewer of "More Than Guests," an online diversity training program. The program will be offered in the fall by Renew Partnerhsips and targets Christian colleges.
  Student Learning. Supervision of 3 students completing seperate independent studies for CCE credit. Each project included international travel, cross-cultural-engagement, reflective writing, and a final paper.
  Student Learning. Mentoring three female students of color. We discuss vocation, leadership, self-esteem, and matters of faith.
  Development & Service. Attended the CCDA regional conference held at Calvin College and surrounding institutions. I attended a full-day intensive on race and the church.
  Development & Service. Attended West Michigan President's Compact Committee Conference "Inclusive Communitites: Advancing Strategies in Higher Education". AND Attended the WMPCC Senior Academic Leadership Retreat on the day prior to the conference.
  Development & Service. Attended MI ACE Women of Color Collaborative Luncheon. Held Novemeber 2, 2012 in Detroit. A state-wide meeting for women of color in higher education.l
  Development & Service. Facilitated Intercultural Development workshop on racial sobriety.
  Development & Service. Facilitated "Little Things Mean A Lot: Addressing Racial Micro-aggressions" This workshop drew attention to the "little things" that cause people to either feel included or excluded, engaged or discouraged, valued or overlooked.
  Development & Service. Developed and Facilitated Intercultural "Better Together - Fostering unity Through Equity".
  Development & Service. Attended all four Black History Month events held at Calvin.
  Development & Service. Attended the events of both days of the From Every Nation Symposium on Race (FEN SYM). Each day featured a dramatic presentation with a talk-back session. I moderated the talk-back sessions.
  Development & Service. Leading group of 16 in discussion of the book Witnessing Whiteness: The Need to Talk about Race and How to Do It.
  Development & Service. Led Fall Reading and Reconciliation Reading Group. The Book, "Becoming an Anti-Racist Church: Journeying Toward Wholeness" by Joseph Barndt
  Development & Service. Attended "Brown Girl Farming" lecture. The event was part of enrionmental awareness events associated with the Kill-a-Watt program. The speaker focused her talk on enrionmental racism and its relationshio to sustainability concerns.
  Public Service. Until December 2012, served on the Board of PRFC (Partners for a Racism Free Community)
  Public Service. I was interviewed for a videotaped message on prayer and the church I attend. The taped message will be played at the CRCNA Prayer Summit in LA in April.
  Public Service. Spoke in Calvin Chapel as part of the series on the Belhar Confession. My topic was "The Church: Passionate for Justice and Compassion." March 9, 2013.
  Public Service. Serving as chair of the planning committee for the 2013 Multiethnic Conference for the CRCNA. The conference will be heled in June 2013
  Public Service. Serving on the board of the West Michigan President's Compact Committee.
  Public Service. Organized day of service at Angel Community Church. 75 leaders from the RCA spent 4-hours on work projects. I also organized and spoke at the worship service that concluded the day of service.
Loyd-Paige, Michelle - 2011-2012  (42 Items) 
  Session panelist. Many Mentors, but Few Professonal Mentors: An African-American Leader at a "White" College Campus International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. 05/18/2012
  Talk contributed at a conference. Mentoring Faculty of Color Michigan American Council on Education (MI-ACE). Michigan State University, Lansing, Michigan. 05/22/2012
  Session panelist. The Making of Leaders of Color in Higher Education: Collaboartive Autoethnography International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. 05/19/2012
  Session chair. "Multicultural Curriculum Transformation & Reaserach Colloquium - A Calvin Expereince," The Inclusive Campus: Climate, Pedagogy, and Scholarship. Davenport University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/07/2011
  Session chair. "Transforming the College Classroom: Infusing Racial and Ethnic Content," The Inclusive Campus: Climate, Pedagogy, and Scholarship. Davenport University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/06/2011
  Invited lecture. Defining and Unpacking Racism social work course lecture. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/20/2011
  Keynote or plenary address. Addressing Cultural Competency, Diversity, and Reconciliation at Calvin College Changing Faces: Cultural Competency, Diversity, and Reconciliation, 2011. Trinity Christian College, Palos Heights, Illinois. 09/26/2011
  Talk contributed at a conference. Educational Benifits of Diversity CCCU Multi-Ethnic Conference. Trinity Christian College, Chicago, Illinois. 09/26/2011
  Professional Svcs. Invited reviewer of online training "Art of Inclusion" for ReNew Partnership
  Student Learning. Mentoring two African-American female Calvin students. This was a formal mentoring experience. Both students were involved in the mentoring scholarship program.
  Student Learning. Supervised 10+ students seeking Cross-Cultural Enagement credit through independent study over the course of the year.
  Student Learning. Mentor for AHANA student over the course of the year
  Development & Service. PRFC Forum day-long event.
  Development & Service. Attended Lakeshore Summit on Racism
  Development & Service. Attended Cultural Compentency training workshop with members of MAC
  Development & Service. Attende four Calvin sponsored Black History month events
  Development & Service. Attended ME-LDI writing 3-day professional writing retreat.
  Development & Service. Organized and attended From Every Nation Symposium on Race event at Calvin College
  Development & Service. Mentoring faculty member from John Brown University as part of CCCU leadership institute
  Development & Service. Led 5-Hour Building Cultural Intelligence workshop at Calvin College for faculty and staff.
  Development & Service. Led session at Fall Conference for Calvin faculty and staff. Intro to cultural intelligence building.
  Development & Service. Led "Diversity Challenges" workshop
  Development & Service. Led professional development workshop for Nursing Department. Focus, working with diverse students.
  Development & Service. Led faculty development workshop for Nursing department. Focus of workshop was on cultural compentency within the classroom.
  Development & Service. Led "Classroom Dynamics" workshop.
  Development & Service. Secured online "Welcoming Diversity" training for faculty. 6-month event.
  Development & Service. Secured online "Welcoming Diversity" training for faculty. 6-month event.
  Development & Service. Chair of MAC
  Development & Service. Led Reading Group - "Neither Jew Nor Gentile" by George Yancey
  Development & Service. Led Fall Faculty and Staff reading group. Mobilizing Hope by Adam Taylor
  Development & Service. Led FEN-related Race and Reconciliation reading group. Mobilizing Hope by Adam Taylor
  Development & Service. Co-led staff development event. Co-facilitated anti-racism training based on "Race the Power of Illusion" for admissions counselors.
  Development & Service. Led staff development event. Facilitated 90-min anti-racism training for service-learning staff.
  Public Service. Led campus-wide signature drive for Stand Against Racism Day.
  Public Service. Guest lecture in Nursing class. Speaking of diversity initatives at Calvin.
  Public Service. Member of the Partners for a Racism Free Comminity Advisory Board
  Public Service. Led efforts for campus earning "Full Partner" designation from PRFC.
  Public Service. Ledaership council of Angel Community Church in Muskegon, Michigan
  Public Service. Serving as borad member of PRFC (Partners for a Racism Free Community).
  Public Service. Co-Chair of the West Michigan College and University Presidenr's Compact for 2011-2012. This is my second year and term of service.
  Public Service. Co-Chair of the West Michigan President's Compact Committee. Also member of the faculty and senior-administartor sub committes of the WMPCC. This organization is an anti-racism compact among regional colleges and universities.
  Public Service. Reviewed and recommended changes for online diversity training program "The Art of Inclusion with David Anderson" for ReNew Partships. ReNew partnerships is a Bibilcal multi-ethnic training resource for Christian leaders.
Loyd-Paige, Michelle - 2010-2011  (17 Items) 
  Hosted Conference. Provided Opening and closing Remarks. Liberating The Curriculum: Diversity, Pedagogy and Scholarship Across the Disciplines. West Michigan President's Conference. Davenport University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 09/30/2010
  Student Learning. Mentoring one female student of color
  Student Learning. Mentoring two female students of color
  Development & Service. Attended sectional - 2011 Fall Conference for faculty and Staff "Teaching and Learning Cross-Culturally"
  Development & Service. Participant in year long auto-ethnography resaech group. Seven members of the Multi-Ethnic Leadership Institute worked on a colloaborative auto-ethnography project over the course of the academic year.
  Development & Service. Led sectional for 2011 fall Conference for faculty and Staff. "Transforming the the Classroom Expereince: Infusing Diversity Content into the Curriculum"
  Development & Service. Led session at Fall Faculty and Staff Conference "Transforming the Classroom Experience -- Infusing Diversity"
  Development & Service. Leading Anti-Racism caucusing lunch group for faculty/staff. Working through Lessons from the Color of Fear.
  Development & Service. Led Summer FEN-related reading group. The Help by Katheryn Stockett
  Development & Service. Led faculty/staff reading group. "The Heart of Racial Justice: How Soul Change Leads to Social Change."
  Development & Service. Chair of Multicultural Affairs Committee
  Development & Service. Director of Cross-Cultural Engagement. Also chair of the Cross-Cultural Engagement Committee
  Development & Service. Interim Director of Africa African Diaspora Studies minor
  Development & Service. Member of MESA (Multi Ethnic Strategic Alliance). A Coaching network for diversity officers at Christian Colleges. The network is led by Brenda Salter-McNeil.
  Development & Service. Attended LINES play and was a member of the panel for discussion after the play.
  Public Service. Co-Chair of the West Michigan President's Compact. This committee promotes anti-racism on west Michigan college campuses.
  Public Service. USA Delegate to Third Lausanne Congress on World Evagelism. Capetwon South Africa. (1 of only 400 US delegates at a congress of 5000)
Loyd-Paige, Michelle - 2009-2010  (16 Items) 
  Journal article. "Thinking and Eating at the Same Time: Reflections of a Sista Vegan." Sistah Vegan! Food, Health, Identity, and Society: Female Vegans of the African Diaspora. Edited by Amie Harper, Latern Books. 2010.
  Talk contributed at a conference. Practical Lessons for the Multicultural Church Synergy Conference. , Orlando, Florida. 04/06/2010
  Talk contributed at a conference. Sneak Peak at the Multicultural Climate Survey Results Fall Faculty and Staff Conference. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 08/01/2009
  Talk contributed at a conference. Social Impact of Christianity on Sub-Saharan Africans Conference on the Social Impact of Christianity in Africa. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 08/13/2009
  Talk contributed at a conference. How I Got Over: Critical Moments for Women of Color at a Christian College Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) - Critical Breakthroughs Forum on Christian Higher Education. Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, Georgia. 02/25/2010
  Church group presentation. "Anti-Racism: A Black Perspective," . Madison Square Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/20/2009
  Invited lecture. Business Case for Diversity Muskegon Chamber of Commerce. , Muskegon, Michigan. 10/14/2009
  Professional Svcs. Hosted West Michigan Presidents' Compact Committee (WMPCC) conference on diversity across the curriculum. Calvin College, Sept 24025, 2009
  Curriculum. Guest lecturer on Calvin's Multicultural Climate Survey. Statistics class 9-15-09
  Curriculum. Guest lecturer on Issues in Black Health Care. IDIS class on Multicultural Care. 9-16-09
  Curriculum. Guest lecturer on Racism. Social work class
  Curriculum. Guest presenter on Black identity in the United States. Sociology class
  Development & Service. Healing the Heart of Justice. A Workshop offered by Victor Lewis. Grand Rapids, March 25
  Development & Service. Training as a Racial SOBRIETY workshop facilitator. Detroit. May 14-16, 2010
  Development & Service. Multicultural Curriculum Transformation Workshop. Calvin College. March 10-11, 2011
  Development & Service. Participant: Race-a Theological Account. Led by J. Smit
Loyd-Paige, Michelle - (empty)  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Facilitiated "The Race Card Project" discussion
Lundberg, Matthew - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Book chapter. "Bitter History on the Church's Journey of Mission," in Unity in Mission: Theological Reflections on the Pilgrimage of Mission, edited by Mitzi J. Budde and Don Thorsen, 153-171, Faith & Order Commission Theological Series (Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 2013).
Lundberg, Matthew - 2011-2012  (2 Items) 
  Session panelist. Ecumenism from the Margins Faith and Order Commission, National Council of Churches. Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California. 10/13/2011
  Church group presentation. The Belhar Confession and the Christian Reformed Church 3 week adult education presentation. Boston Square Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/13/2011
Lundberg, Matthew - 2009-2010  (3 Items) 
  Book authored. Richard J. Plantinga, Thomas R. Thompson, and Matthew D. Lundberg, Introduction to Christian Theology, in the Introductions to Religion Series (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010). Peer reviewed.
  Journal article. "Repentance as a Paradigm for Christian Mission," Journal of Ecumenical Studies 45, no. 2 (Spring 2010): 201-17. Peer reviewed.
  Talk contributed at a conference. Bitter History on the Journey of Christian Mission Unity in Mission Group of the Faith & Order Commission of the National Council of Churches of Christ, USA. Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston, Illinois. 10/16/2009
Luttikhuizen, Henry - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Book chapter. "Facing Love," Tim Lowly: Trying to Get a Sense of Scale, exhibition catalogue, 6 September 2013 -- 26 January 2014 (Sioux Falls, SD: Washington Pavilion VIsual Arts Center): 80-91.
Maag, Karin - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended OneCampus activity/discussion/training led by Michelle Loyd-Paige on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013
Maag, Karin - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Keynote or plenary address. "There's Something Different About Her: A Non-Dutch, Non-CRC Canadian in Grand Rapids," Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning (CALL) annual spring luncheon. Calvin College Prince Conference Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 05/22/2013
Maag, Karin - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Book chapter. "Strong Roots for a Vibrant Future" in Shirley Roels, ed. Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity: Ideas for the 21st Century. Grand Rapids: Calvin Press, 2011. 29-36. Peer reviewed. http://www.calvin.edu/admin/cccs/rcc/
Maag, Karin - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Keynote or plenary address. "Calvin 2009: The Results" International Calvin Congress. University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa. 08/23/2010
Marr, Elisha - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  Conference Chair/Organizer. "Social Realities and Possibilities," Michigan Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Calvin College Covenant Fine Arts Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/26/2013
  Development & Service. The Race Card Project
Marr, Elisha - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Session panelist. "Millennials' Attitudes towards Transracial Adoption," Association of Black Sociologists. Intercontinental Hotel, New York, New York. 08/08/2013
  Church group presentation. "Race & Crime," Social Justice Series. Sherman Street Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/10/2013
Marr, Elisha - 2011-2012  (5 Items) 
  Journal article. Elisha Marr. (2011) "I'll have the melting pot soup with a side of black: Transracial Adoption and the Racial-Ethnic Color Line." Michigan Sociological Review. Fall. No. 25. pp. 33-52. Peer reviewed.
  Invited Presenter. "An Intersectional Perspective of Transracial Adoption," Michigan Sociological Association Annual Conference. Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan. 10/29/2011
  Student Learning. In the spring of 2011 I worked with five sociology & social work research methods students to complete a content analysis on the topic of transracial adoption in popular magazines. This fall I oversaw four of the students compiling and presenting their research results at the Michigan Sociological Association Annual Conference.
  Development & Service. Facilitated panel on transracial adoption during Unlearn week.
  Development & Service. Panelist at the Inclusive Campus: Climate, Pedagogy, and Scholarship conference. session on Infusing Multiculturalism into the curriculum.
Marr, Elisha - 2009-2010  (1 Item)  
  Curriculum. The Multicultural Curriculum Transformation and Research Colloquium provided ideas, information, and resources to weave multiculturalism into the SOCY 210: The Criminal Justice System opposed to discussing it as a lone topic within the course. Mike Stob discussed using assessment to set course goals and objectives which was then discussed in small group regarding methods of assessing progress in cultural awareness. The spring 2011 Criminal Justice course will reflect the wealth of knowledge I have learned at the MCTRC and will help students to understand the field from a multicultural perspective.
McBride, Rebecca - 2013-2014  (8 Items) 
  Other online document. McBride, Becca. 2013. "International Efforts to Monitor Adoption." Capital Commentary. Center for Public Justice, Web. 08 Nov. 2013. http://www.capitalcommentary.org/adoption/international-efforts-regulate-adoption http://www.capitalcommentary.org/adoption/international-efforts-regulate-adoption
  Other online document. McBride, Becca A. "September's High-Power Op-Eds: Truth or Hypocrisy? - Shared Justice." Shared Justice. Center for Public Justice, Oct. 2013. Web. 04 Oct. 2013. <http://www.sharedjustice.org/september_s_high_power_op_eds_truth_or_hypocrisy>
  Other online document. McBride, Becca. "When Birth Mothers Choose Foreign Parents - Shared Justice." Shared Justice. Center for Public Justice, n.d. Web. 29 Oct. 2013. <http://www.sharedjustice.org/when_birth_mothers_choose_foreign_parents> http://www.sharedjustice.org/when_birth_mothers_choose_foreign_parents
  Session panelist. "Manipulating Religion: Chechnya, the Russian State, and the Global War on Terror," International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting. Hilton Hotel, Toronto, Ontario. 03/25/2014
  Session panelist. "Presidential Panel: International Networks: Emergent Structures of Conflict and Cooperation in World Politics," International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting. Sheraton Centre Toronto, Toronto, Ontario. 03/27/2014
  Interviewed. "Ukraine Crisis," WGVU Newsmakers. WGVU Studio, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/25/2014
  Session panelist. "Ukraine: The Last Frontier of the Cold War?" Calvin College Political Science Roundtable Discussion. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/04/2014
  Student Learning. Led student group at Model UN conference in Chicago, IL. Calvin's students represented Jordan at the conference. Not only did they learn about international institutions, but they had to achieve a deep understanding of the interests of Jordan from a political, economic, social, and cultural perspective so they could roleplay as Jordan at the conference.
McMullen, Steven - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. I attended the Reformed Mission in an Age of World Christianity Conference.
  Development & Service. I attended the Rekindling Christian Imagination Worldview Conference on Saturday Nov.7th, 2009.
Mellema, Greg - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Entrada instructor
Meyer, Nancy - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Deacon for EACRC. Serve as a deacon for Saturday Food Distribution (on a rotating basis) to under-served members of the Baxter neighborhood. Serve as a deacon for the Spanish-speaking service on Sundays on a rotating basis.
Miller, Daniel - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Book edited or translated. Translator, New People: Methodism and Modernization in Mexico (1870-1930), by Rubén Ruiz Guerra (Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship, 2013).
Miller, Daniel - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Taught OLLI course at Aquinas College on race relations in the U.S. after the Civil War.
Miller, Daniel - 2011-2012  (3 Items) 
  Invited lecture. Mexico: Big Problems with Deep Roots World Affairs Council lecture. Aquinas College and Holland Public Library, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/05, 12/2012
  Session chair. Protestantism and Identity in the Americas bi-lingual history conference. , Mexico City, Mexico. 10/06-08/2011
  Development & Service. Co-directed a bi-lingual conference in Mexico City on Protestantism and Identity in the Americas and chaired a panel session.
Miller, Daniel - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  Journal article. "Protestantism and Politics in Contemporary Latin America," (review essay), in Fides et Historia 43:1 (Winter/Spring 2011): 41-53 Peer reviewed.
  Book edited or translated. Like Leaven in the Dough: Protestant Social Thought in Latin America, 1920-1950. Madison, Teaneck: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2011. Peer reviewed.
  Journal article. "Protestantism and Politics in Contemporary Latin America," (review essay), in Fides et Historia 43:1 (Winter/Spring 2011): 41-53. Peer reviewed.
Miller, Ed - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Talk contributed at a conference. "La sombra de Emilia Pardo Bazan en la obra literaria de Argentina Diaz Lozano," Hispanic Literature Conference. California State University Dominguez Hills, Carson, California. 03/06-08/2013
Moes, Jesse - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Participated in Reconciliation and Restoration Reading Group.
Moes, Jesse - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Attended Multicultural Awareness and Developing Cultural Intelligence Workshop
Moes, Paul - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Psychology department seminar led by Leanne Doornbos Nagel, Linda Bosch and Jo Cooper. The seminar described characteristics and experiences of international students.
Moes, Paul - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Teaching Fellows - Panel: International Faculty Issues in the Classroom. The goal of the discussion is for Calvin faculty at large to better understand the issues that international faculty members experience in the classroom, and for international faculty to learn from and support each other.
Molnar, Larry - 2012-2013  (4 Items) 
  Curriculum. I taught my off-campus interim course "Astronomy in the Southwest" for the second time. I added a CCE component in which we engaged with Navajo people in a wide variety of ways. These included: 1) taking classes on Navajo perspectives on astronomy in two places, 2) teaching classes on astronomy in public and private schools with large Navajo student populations, 3) meeting with a number of Navajo people to learn about Navajo culture and customs, 4) touring sites in the Navajo nation with a Navajo guide, 5) visiting a museum of Navajo culture and history in the Navajo capital, 6) worshiping with a Navajo CRC church, 7) sharing several meals with Navajo hosts.
  Development & Service. Attended February 12, 2013 presentation "Abraham Lincoln: Saving the Union, Freeing the Slaves" by Prof. Erik Washington, sponsored by the Multicultural Student Development Office.
  Development & Service. Attended "The W. Kamau Bell Curve: Ending Racism in About an Hour" on March 11 sponsored by the Student Activities Office. (I also brought several students with me to this event.)
  Development & Service. I attended the presentation of the film "Stolen Ground" by Lee Mun Wah sponsored by Partners for a Racism-Free Community (of which Calvin College is a member) on May 14.
Molnar, Larry - 2011-2012  (2 Items) 
  Development & Service. Together with Steve Steenwyk I had a high school student intern this Spring from University Prep Academy. This relatively new GRPS is aggressively developing internship opportunities for their students as part of a strategy of successfully engaging urban youth in their education and directing them towards a productive future. The African-American girl that worked with us specifically requested an internship at the Calvin Observatory based on an observatory visit she had previously made with her family. She made a presentation to the school at an internship fair in May, in which her project (which included the discovery of several variable stars) made quite a stir. We invited Tasha Paul from precollege programs along to the fair, and she is hoping to widen the internship opportunities at Calvin in coming years.
  Development & Service. Completed the "Welcoming Diversity" online course and review exercise.
Molnar, Larry - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Margaret Mwenda (of Davenport University) made a Physics Dept. Seminar presentation entitled "Access and Persistence of Minority Students in PhD STEM Programs" on Oct. 5. Although I was unable to attend in person, the event was taped and I watched this afterwards.
Molnar, Larry - 2009-2010  (2 Items) 
  Department Seminar. A Celebration of Benjamin Banneker: the First African American Scientist special seminar. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/17/2010
  Development & Service. Attended conference in your field: two conferences, at which I made presentations (see section B). Interdisciplinary projects: worked with Chris Moseley in Math on asteroid orbital computations (see CRF report for details). FEN-related development: attended 20/03/2010 presentation by Sandra Mayo sponsored by the MAC committee entitled "Integrating Multiculturalism into the Curriculum". I followed this up with an email exchange with Dr. Mayo on material that I will share at an upcoming departmental material. I also continued to serve on the MAC committee. I attended a series of sessions sponsored by ISRI in May/June 2010 on using the Sage math computer package in classes. I assisted in the planning and execution of Calvin College's first summer camp in Astronomy (June 2010, run by Andrew Vanden Heuvel). This camp included the variable star discovery lab, which was very successful: http://www.calvin.edu/academic/phys/observatory/images/Camp-Variables/ I attended a CPR course 25/08/2010. Other contributions: I served as a faculty Senator. I served as observatory director, maintaining the equipment, training student workers, and interacting with the public. This Calvin observatory has multiple, interrelated purposes: 1) recruitment: through public nights, pre-college program events, youth groups of every sort, and a multi-layered website, the observatory reaches out to prospective students of every level to interest them in Calvin and in science. 2) retention: the observatory workers are largely first-year students in the physics department. Working at the observatory gives them a positive opportunity to get more connected to the department and to each other. 3) laboratories: Many professors for many courses (Physics 134, introductory astronomy courses for nonscience and science majors, and Astronomy 384, an upper level lab course) use the facility for there class labs. 4) research: I have made use of the facility for a number of research projects involving students. For these, the data are largely gathered through the school year (when the lion's share of dark skies occur), although the research and analysis is often done in the summer. Some of the course laboratories play a direct role in the research as well. 5) public outreach: open houses for parent weekends, alumni weekends, 50 year reunion events, etc. use the facilities to reach out to both our alumni and to the wider Grand Rapids community. Maintenance was a greater task this year than in the past, as the New Mexico observatory required the replacement of a computer and the realignment of mirrors that had not been properly secured at installation. This required a trip to NM in January. Fortunately, all classroom requirements for observations with the telescope were completed in between these two system failures. I continued reporting asteroid discoveries to the Minor Planet Center, and following up on previous discoveries. A total of 29 new asteroids were discovered by students in classes, 5 more by students in summer research, and 24 by myself during recovery observations. Also, 21 previously discovered asteroids received permanent designations as a consequence of followup observations.
Moseley, Christopher - 2013-2014  (1 Item)  
  Development & Service. Assigned my DCM students to watch "Pray the Devil Back to Hell", a documentary about the role that Liberian women played in toppling Charles Taylor's regime and helping bring peace to their country in 2003. (This film was one of the options that the DCM coordinator, Jim Bratt, encouraged us to use.) I watched it with my students -- quite a good documentary, and I think it was an enlightening experience for the American students and also the students in my class from Africa.
Mulder, Mark - 2012-2013  (2 Items) 
  Journal article. Mark T Mulder, Neil E. Carlson, Kristen Napp, Zig Ingraffia, Khary Bridgewater, and Edwin Hernandez. "The Role of the Congregation in Community Service: A Philanthropic Case Study," The Foundation Review, Fall 2012. Peer reviewed.
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Congregations, Networks, and Engagement: A Case Study from Grand Rapids, Michigan," Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Hyatt Regency, Phoenix, Arizona. 11/09/2012
Mulder, Mark - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Journal article. "Evangelical Church Polity and the Nuances of White Flight: A Case Study from the Roseland and Englewood Neighborhoods in Chicago," Journal of Urban History. January 2012 vol. 38 no. 1 16-38 Peer reviewed. http://juh.sagepub.com/content/38/1/16
Mulder, Mark - 2010-2011  (3 Items) 
  Invited lecture. Worship and Recinciliation FEN Symposium on Race. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/28/2011
  Talk contributed at a conference. Maintaining Internal Homogeneity by Avoiding the Local: A Case Study of Urban and Suburban Congregations Urban Affairs Association Conference. Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana. 03/18/2011
  Talk contributed at a conference. Subdivided By Faith: White Evangelicals and the City Society for the Scientific Study of Religion annual meeting. Sheraton Baltimore City Center, Baltimore, Maryland. 10/28/2010
Muyskens, Mark - 2011-2012  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Coordinated Calvin College Project SEED program 2012 - serves local HS students
Muyskens, Mark - 2010-2011  (1 Item)  
  Public Service. Coordinated Calvin College Project SEED program 2011 - serves local HS students
Naranjo-Huebl, Linda - 2013-2014  (2 Items) 
  Invited lecture. "Dia de Los Muertos and Chicano culture and art," A Spanish Dept. presentation and activity on Dia de Los Muertos. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/05/2013
  Session panelist. "Enough Already: Why We Need to Unlearn," Unlearn week panel discussion. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/07/2013
Naranjo-Huebl, Linda - 2012-2013  (1 Item)  
  Invited lecture. "The Wall of History," Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation. Madison Square Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/09/2013
Naranjo-Huebl, Linda - 2011-2012  (2 Items) 
  Invited lecture. "The Wall of History," Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation. Church of the Servant Christian Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/01/2012
  Curriculum. Development of a new course, Ethnicity in American Literature, English 226, involving all aspects of course development including implementation and classroom innovations.
Navarro, Joel - 2012-2013  (20 Items) 
  Guest Choral Conductor. Senior High School Choir, Knollcrest Music Camp. Calvin College Covenant Fine Arts Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 08/05/2013
  Drama/musical performance. "What a Wonderful World," Capella Concert. Calvin College Covenant Fine Arts Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/24/2013
  Interviewed. Interview on the Impact of Dr. I-to Loh's Contribution to Asian Hymnody. Calvin Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/25/2013
  Talk contributed at a conference. "Beyond the Bamboo Curtain: New Asian Songs for Worship," This singing and conversational session will introduce new Asian songs collected in recent years along with their background stories and how these might be used in the context of worship. The Companion to the Sound the Bamboo (GIA, 2011) as well as music handouts will serve as catalysts for the conversation.. Calvin College, CFAC 222, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/25/2012
  Drama/musical performance. Closing Communion Service, Calvin Symposium on Worship. Calvin College Covenant Fine Arts Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/26/2013
  Drama/musical performance. In Christ There Is No East or West Calvin Symposium on Worship. Calvin Theological Seminary Chapel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/24/2013
  Drama/musical performance. Worship Service Calvin Symposium on Worship. Calvin College Covenant Fine Arts Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 01/24/2013
  Invited lecture. "Asian Hymnody," Institute of Worship. Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. 07/21/2013
  Invited lecture. "Table of Plenty: A Symposium on Choral Conducting," Plenty: A Symposium on Choral Conducting. Singapore Bible College, Singapore, Singapore. 07/01/2013
  Drama/musical performance. Evening Concert. Faith Christian Reformed Church, Elmhurst, Illinois. 03/03/2013
  Invited lecture. "Advanced Choral Conducting and ChoralFest," Advance Choral Conducting Symposium and ChoralFest. Southeast Asia Bible Seminary, Malang, East Java. 05/26/2013
  Invited lecture. "SAMBA: Hymns and Songs of Worship," Lecture Presentation . Universitas Pelita Harapan, Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang. 05/22/2013
  Drama/musical performance. "All My Heart This Night Rejoices," Capella Concert. Calvin College Covenant Fine Arts Center Recital Hall, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/09/2012
  Drama/musical performance. President Michael Le Roy Inaugural Ceremony. Calvin College, Van Noord Areana, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/20/2012
  Drama/musical performance. Solo Recital. Calvary Baptist Church, New York City, New York. 09/01/2012
  Professional Svcs. I arranged the piece "In God Alone" for SATB choir and piano. The melody and lryics were written by Dodjie and Elisa Simon for the 100th anniversary of Philippine-American Methodism.
  Professional Svcs. I was invited as choral clinician for several rehearsal sessions with the following prominent choirs in the Philippines: 1. Ateneo de Manila University Glee Club 2. Mandaluyong Children's Choir 3. University of the Philippines Singing Ambassadors 4. Dawani Women's Choir 5. Voce Fich
  Professional Svcs. I was appointed as the Minister of Music for the Basic English Service at Church of the Servant CRC. I coordinate, help plan, and lead the music as pianist/keyboardist for Sunday services that are designed for international refugees, new immigrants, and international visitors. My work began in September 1, 2012, and continues to this day.
  Development & Service. I attended the national conference of the American Choral Directors Association held in Dallas, TX from March 13-16, 2013. I attended several sessions on choral intonation and interpretation, choral methods, and reading sessions for college/university choirs, community colleges, and tew-year colleges. I also attended concert sessions that featured 17 of the most outstanding choirs in the U.S. and aroung the world to observe their singing style, ethos, repertoire, and performance practice and apply these practices to my college ensembles.
  Development & Service. I am a member of the college's Multicultural Affairs Committee that functions as the agent of policy and accountability for the college in the development and maintenance of a genuinely multicultural educational community that discerns and counters the sin of racism and embodies the reconciling power of the Gospel. It shall evaluate and promote policies and procedures at all levels of college life in order to ensure that Calvin becomes and remains an educational community in which cultural diversity is encouraged and celebrated. The committee shall advise and work with standing committees, divisions, personnel, and student organizations throughout the college. In these ways it shall serve as an agent of accountability for the goals of From Every Nation (FEN).
Navarro, Joel - 2011-2012  (31 Items) 
  Musical or theatrical composition. "Have Mercy on Me, O God" Words from Psalm 51:3-6; 16-17. Music by Jun-G Bargayo and Junjun Delmonte. Copyright by Jesuit Communication Foundation, Inc; arr. Joel Navarro. Copyright 2011 Joel Navarro, admin. Faith Alive Christian Resources.
  Musical or theatrical composition. "Praise the Lord Who Heals" Words: Norman Agatep, copyright 2010 Jesuit Communication Foundation, Inc; Music: Norman Agatep, copyright 2010 Jesuit Communication Foundation, Inc; arr. Joel Navarro. Copyright 2011 Joel Navarro, admin. Faith Alive Christian Resources.
  Invited lecture. Samba: Songs of Worship from the Philippines Calvin Alumni Association's Amabassadors Lunch. Calvin College Prince Conference Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 02/11/2012
  Drama/musical performance. Choir workshop. Bread From Heaven Community Church, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila. 01/14/2012
  Drama/musical performance. Filipino worship service. International Baptist Church, , Singapore. 01/22/2012
  Drama/musical performance. Morning worship service (11:00 a.m.). International Baptist Church, , Singapore. 01/22/2012
  Drama/musical performance. Morning worship service (9:30 a.m.). International Baptist Church , , Singapore. 01/22/2012
  Drama/musical performance. Morning worship service. Kowloon Baptist Church, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kone. 01/08/2012
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