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Integrating Faith and Learning in a Public Institution: God’s Light Shining Through Me in Relationships, Teaching, and Research

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Presenter and Affiliation: Deanna Sellnow, Ph.D., Professor of Strategic Communication, Assistant Director, Nicholson School of Communication and Media; Chair, Department of Communication, University of Central Florida  When? Tuesday, January 29, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm, EST  Cost: Free and open to the public  Description: If I were asked what centers me as I live and work as a Christian in …

Thérèse of Lisieux: Communicating Love and Hospitality to Difficult People

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Presenter and Affiliation: Prof. Mary Darling, Dept. of Communication and Media, Spring Arbor University Date and Time: Monday, Dec. 3, 2018, 7-8 pm EST Description: If young Saint Thérèse of Lisieux (1873–1897), “the Little Flower of Jesus,” had not been asked to write about her life in her last six months on earth, her life would be hidden. Yet what …

Communication Faculty (Open Rank) – Speech & Debate, Persuasion, and Public Speaking

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Communication Faculty (Open Rank) – Speech & Debate, Persuasion, and Public Speaking/Colorado Christian University Overview: The Colorado Christian University Department of Communication invites applications for a faculty member who will primarily teach in-seat argumentation, debate, persuasion and public speaking classes on the Lakewood, CO campus, and serve as lead coach for the university’s competitive speech and debate team starting Fall …

Professors as Spiritual Targets: The Reality of Spiritual Battle in the Classroom

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Presenter and Affiliation: Dr. Tim Muehlhoff, Prof. of Communication, Biola University Presentation Title: Professors as Spiritual Targets: The Reality of Spiritual Battle in the Classroom Date and Time:  Monday, Nov. 19, 7-8 pm EST Description: Thinking biblically entails seeing the world through the eyes of Scripture. Most of us attempt to order our daily lives to fit the perspectives offered by …

Promoting Co-curricular Learning Success: How Sharing Assessment Results Can Strengthen On-campus Credibility and Help Recruit Students

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Promoting Co-curricular Learning Success: How Sharing Assessment Results Can Strengthen On-campus Credibility and Help Recruit Students Ken Waters, Ph.D., Professor of Journalism, Pepperdine University Elizabeth R. Smith, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Journalism, Pepperdine University Abstract This paper examines the assessment procedures used for the extracurricular student newsroom at one small, liberal arts, Christian university. The assessment of this student newsroom …