Student and Faculty Spotlights

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Winter 2021 Religious Studies Senior Thesis Award

The Winter 2021 Religious Studies Senior Thesis award recipient is Ernest McClure for his work titled "The Path to Academic Enlightenment�.

Winter 2021 Wendy J Wenner Senior Thesis Award

Madison Couch was selected as the Integrative, Religious, and Intercultural Studies (IRIS) Dept. Wendy J Wenner Senior Thesis award recipient for her work titled "A Crisis at the Border."

Winter 2021 IRIS Stanley Krohmer Senior Project Award

Lindsey Wylie-Gruen was chosen as the recipient of the Winter 2021 Stanley Krohmer Senior Project Award for her work titled "ABA Therapy: Controversy and Reconciliation"

Book receives distinction

Degrees of Difference: Reflections of Women of Color on Graduate School edited by Kimberly D. McKee and Denise A. Delgado. McKee is faculty in the Integrative, Religious, and Intercultural Studies (IRIS) Department in the BCOIS

Krista Benson, Ph.D. Pew Teaching with Technology Award

IRIS Congratulates and Celebrates Professor Krista Benson - 2020 Pew Teaching with Technology Award

Fall 2020 Stanley Krohmer Senior Project Award

Congratulations to Grace Branding on earning the Fall 2020 Stanley Krohmer Senior Project for her work titled "An Anti-Racist Guide for White People". Click to read more!

Fall 2020 Wendy J. Wenner Senior Thesis Award

Congratulations Natasha Stewart who earned the Fall 2020 Wendy J. Wenner Senior Thesis Award for their work titled "Returning to, Knowing, and Teaching the Old Ways". Click to read more!

Dr. Denise Goerisch Book Published

Congratulations to Professor Denise Goerisch! Their book The True Cost of College (Palgrave MacMillan). This book examines the true costs of attendance faced by low- and moderate-income students on four public college campuses...

What did IRIS Faculty do over the summer?

Please meet one of the newest faculty members in IRIS! Dr. Daniela Marini This summer, my friend and I climbed (free solo!) the Second Flatiron in Boulder, CO.

What did IRIS Faculty do over the summer?

"This summer was a quite busy one for me as I was teaching online, but fortunately I was able to spend some time to travel with my families in July! We spent a few days visiting western Michigan and enjoyed the beautiful beaches." -Professor Haixia Liu



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