Faculty Research Symposium

Date: 
February 7, 2013 - 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: 
Adams Hall

3:00 p.m.

  • Kristen Williams (EDU) “Gifted High-School Students' Perspectives on the Development of Perfectionism” (Adams 104)
  • Barb Specht (MUS) “The Development of Student Entrepreneurship in Music and the Arts” (Adams 201)
  • Brian Saxton (BAE) “Toward an Entrepreneurial Logic of Performance” (Adams 204)

3:30 p.m.

  • Michelle Castleman (EDU) “The Meaning of Death in Life: The Cultural Implications of Killer Protagonists in Contemporary Young Adult Literature” (Adams 104))
  • Paul Mayhew (MUS) “Evaluating Teaching Effectiveness in Fifteen Seconds or Less: What Thin Slices of Classroom Interaction Teach Us about Effective Teaching Strategies” (Adams 201))
  • Susan Carty (BIO) “The Dilemma of Gymnodinium” (Frost))
  • Ellen Nagy (Faculty Student Advising/Assessment) “Understanding Heidelberg's Student Engagement: Patterns of Evidence” (Adams 204)

4 p.m.

  • Csaba Nyiri (PHI) “Integrating Ethics into Sociobiology: The Case of Deception” (Adams 104))
  • Nainsí Houston (Library) & Julie O’Reilly (CTA) “Now I Lay Me Down to Tweet: Tweeting as Prayer in U.S. Celebrity Culture” (Adams 201))
  • Mary Lou Kohne (BAE) “Exploring How to Overcome Obstacles to Organ and Blood Donations: A Consumer Research Approach” (Adams 204)

4:20-4:40 p.m.

  • Coffee Break

4:40 p.m.

  • Dave Bush (ANT) “Achieving Status in an Officer's Civil War Prison” (Adams 104))
  • Courtney DeMayo (HIS) “Classical Learning in the Cathedral Schools of Northern France: Reims and Chartres, 970-1030” (Adams 201))
  • John Bing (POL) “Instability of Self-Categorization as a Conservative Over Time” (Adams 204))
  • Chris Tucci (CTA) “PTSD on Stage” (Frost)

5:10 p.m.

  • Daryl Close (PHI/CPS) “Fair Faculty Evaluation” (Adams 201))
  • Ken Baker (BIO) “It is Illegal in Ohio to Release Captive Box Turtles. Should it Be? A Radio-telemetry Study of Captive Box Turtles on Release to Nature” (Frost))
  • Marc O’Reilly (POL) “Faustian Bargains and the Axiom of Perpetual Suboptimality: Obama 2nd Term Foreign Policy vis-à-vis the Middle East” (Adams 204)

5:40 p.m.

  • Carol Dusdieker (MUS) “Bridging the Divide: Arnold Bax and A Celtic Song Cycle” (Brenneman)

6 p.m.

  • Joan McConnell (MUS) “Eben’s Hommage à Buxtehude” (Brenneman)

Contact Information

Contact Person: 
Heidelberg University
Contact Phone Number: 
(419)-448-2000