Faculty and staff sketches
Posted on June 17, 2014
In the News
Paul Reitemeier, chair of the Human Research Review Committee, was interviewed by IRB Advisor for a story about a reference matrix on assessing risk to research subjects that was developed by members of the HRRC.
The Mary Idema Pew Library Learning and Information Commons received Honorable Mention in the Outstanding Design and Architecture in Education awards in the April issue of College Planning and Management.
Deana Weibel, chair of anthropology, gave a presentation at the Cognitive Science of Religion, Philosophy and Theology Conference at Oxford University.
Kelly James Clark, visiting professor of religious studies and honors, gave a keynote speech on the cognitive science of atheism at the Cognitive Science of Religion, Philosophy and Theology Conference at Oxford University.
Rick Iadonisi, affiliate faculty of writing, gave a presentation, “Fu Manchu Meets Maklu-4: The Mandarin and Racial Stereotypes,” at the Popular Culture Association Conference.
Nathan Kemler, collections manager for the Art Gallery, gave a presentation, “Mobile Collections: a Collaborative Community Approach,” at the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries Annual Conference.
Melissa Peraino, director of educational outreach for the Center for Adult and Continuing Studies; Michele Coffill, associate director of publications for University Communications; and Kim Monaghan, Human Resources career services consultant, gave a presentation, “Re-igniting, Re-connecting, and Re-energizing Your Career: Tips from Women Leaders,” at the Michigan ACE Women’s Network Conference in East Lansing.
Christine Rener, vice provost for instructional development and innovation and director of the FTLC, gave a presentation, “Strategic Self Planning,” at the Michigan ACE Women’s Network Conference in East Lansing.
Sue Sloop, Work Life consultant, gave a presentation, “The Evolution of Work Life: Changing Roles in Higher Education,” at the Michigan ACE Women’s Network Conference in East Lansing.