by Jane Terry Be Bold, Be Brief, Be Witty, Be Seated: How to Present a Paper at an Academic Conference Today, Tuesday, in Strong Hall 205 at 3:30 p.m., join Dr. John Schmalzbauer, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, along with graduate assistants Harrison King and Sarah A. Riccardi as they discuss how to prepare for presenting papers at conferences in … [Read more...] about Be Bold, Be Brief, Be Witty, Be Seated!
Archives for April 2013
by Jane Terry Congratulations to MSU REL alumna Christina Bowles for being selected as Outstanding New Advisor by the National Academic Advising Association! Along with Christina, two other MSU Academic Advising staff were honored: Judy Pickering (Outstanding Advising Award, Primary Advising category) and Tracie Burt (Outstanding Advising Administrator). MSU's advising … [Read more...] about REL Alumna Honored by NACADA
by Jane Terry Next Monday, 22 April at 7:30 p.m. in Carrington 208, Dr. Darren Grem, University of Mississippi, will talk on "Of Chicken Sandwiches and the Christian Right: The World of Chick-fil-A." Everyone is invited to this free event! Parking is available in Lots 22 and 24, south of Grand and just west of National. For more information, … [Read more...] about Dr. Darren Grem to Speak at MSU
by Jane Terry Everyone is invited to attend a free panel on Thursday, 11 April, 1:30-2:45 p.m. in the PSU East Ballroom on the Missouri State University Campus: "Inclusion, Excellence -- and Religion?" Our very own Dr. Austra Reinis is moderating this panel. Click on the image, below, to see the flyer. … [Read more...] about Inclusion, Excellence — and Religion? Public Affairs Conference Free Event
by Jane Terry Subverting the Norm II: Can Postmodern Theology Live in the Churches? This Friday and Saturday, 5-6 April at Drury University! Our very own Dr. Micki Pulleyking and our alumni Krista Dalton, Matt Gallion, Darryl Schafer, Dr. Phil Snider, and Hal Brower will be presenting. http://subvertingthenorm.wordpress.com/ … [Read more...] about Subverting the Norm II: Can Postmodern Theology Live in the Churches?