Faculty In the News / Scholarly Accomplishments
(as of March 3, 2014)
Pope-Levison Gives Presentations
Priscilla Pope-Levison, professor of theology, recently gave several presentations around the country for the United Methodist Church. She taught two, day-long certification events for United Methodist lay ministers' training, one in Des Moines, Washington, and one in Spokane. She traveled to Nashville to train study leaders for the 2014 United Methodist Women spiritual growth study, “How Is It With Your Soul?" which she co-authored with Professor of New Testament Jack Levison. Priscilla and Jack traveled to Newport, Rhode Island, to give four plenary presentations and a sermon for the winter retreat for pastors and spouses of the New England annual conference of the United Methodist Church.
Mason Presents Paper
Assistant Professor of Economics Geri Mason recently presented a paper titled "Active, Blended, or Traditional? The Effect of Classroom Structure on Learning Outcomes in Principles of Economics Courses" at the 25th annual Teaching Economics conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.