The spring issue of “Fanfare,” the pinnacle of recording reviews for the music industry, offered a rave review of “Stained Glass Windows,” the most recent recording of the Messiah College Wind Ensemble under the direction of Brad Genevro, associate professor of music and director of bands.
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Seniors Domenic Adnolina ’14, Danielle Morabito ’14, Laura Parks ’14 and Vicki Hepp ’14 co-presented with Melinda Burchard, assistant professor of special education, at the leading conference in the field of special education, the Council for Exceptional Education’s International Convention in Philadelphia. The students addressed the topic of middle school math interventions.
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Kathy Hettinga, distinguished professor of art, is currently exhibiting a one-woman show at the Women’s Studio Workshop in Rosendale, NY. The show—titled “We’d take you in a minute if you were a man” and other Outrages—contains artists’ books, photographs and digital prints and comes from Hettinga’s artist’s book looking at the historical prejudice women encountered in employment interviews, gaining admission to medical schools and the like during much of the 20th century.
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David Hagenbuch `89, associate professor in marketing, received the 2013 Christian Business Faculty Association Teaching Award, a recognition honoring Christian business faculty members who emulate the character, engagement and calling of Christ to the work and ministry of transformational education.
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Associate Professor of Writing Larry Lake will travel to Jakarta, Indonesia in early November to present on the topic of cultural adaptation in the teaching of writing. The conference, “Faith, Learning and the Media of Hope,” is co-sponsored by Universitas Pelita Harapan and Biola University.
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Meg Ramey, assistant professor of biblical studies, recently published “The Quest for the Fictional Jesus: Gospel Rewrites, Gospel (Re)Interpretation, and Christological Portraits within Jesus Novels,” an examination of diverse modern, fictional accounts of Jesus and how they interplay with biblical accounts.
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Kathy Hettinga, professor of art and design, is one of only a few artists to receive an Artists’ Book Residency Grant from the Women’s Studio Workshop (WSW). WSW is a fully funded residency in their workshop studios in upstate N.Y. WSW is the largest publisher of artists’ books and has published books in renowned collections like Indiana University (Bloomington), Rochester Institute of Technology and Yale University.
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