Elizabeth Ehlers (formally Kovacs)
Mackinac Hall D-1-160
M.A., Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, Berkeley, CA , 2020
B.A., Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 2018
Elizabeth Kovacs is the Academic Department Coordinator for the History Department. She supports faculty and students in their day-to-day needs as well as coordinating the financial, social, and administrative operations of the Department.
She is also an Adjunct Professor in the Philosophy Department, and teaches Aesthetics and Ethics.
Prior to working for GVSU, she taught Studio Art, Art History, Philosophy and Theology at St. Michael Academy in Petoskey, MI, and Studio Art at Grace Christian School in Watervliet, MI.
"God Revealed to the Mind's Eye" Theology and Science, December 2022
"Existing in Etherium: The autographic ontology of non-fungible token artwork" The Journal of Digital Arts and Humanities 2 (2), 61-66, 2021
"Intention and Effect: Liturgical anamnesis withstanding Plato's critique of mimesis" Academic Thesis (ProQuest) 2020