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 CCOB’s Delta Mu Delta Research Colloquium scheduled for Wednesday, Feb 21st,3-5 pm, 2018 in building 57, rooms 221/223  

We plan to Honor Dr Kevin McClean at this symposium for hisforesight and leadership in promoting scholarship at GCU, the Dr. McClean Research Colloquium 

- Colloquiums are not themedtherefore any research from any college is…

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Jones & Bartlett Learning

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Call for Proposals: Case Studies

Title of Book: Health Policy Management: A Case Approach 

Editors: Rachel Ellison, PhD, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Lesley Clack, ScD, University of Georgia

Introduction: Health policy is continuously changing, and textbooks must be constantly updated…

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Cheryl Patton'sresearch interests include leadership, particularly healthcare leadershipas it pertains to ethics, healthcare disparities, and conflict management. Sherecently defended her dissertation entitled Workplace Conflict,Management, and Leadership Implications: An Interpretive Phenomenology ofMedical Imaging Technologists, which concluded…

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 Call for Proposals: Case Studies 

Title of Book: Health Policy Management: A Case Approach

Editors: Rachel Ellison, PhD, University of Louisiana at Lafayette 

Lesley Clack, ScD, University of Georgia 

Introduction: Health policy is continuously changing, and textbooks must be constantly updated to keep up with the ongoing developments. The…

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Dr. David Perkins, CCOB Associate Professor, recently presented at the 2017 INFORMS(Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences) annual conference in Houston. The presentation, "Insights into the Data Mining Cost Model," provided a review of important literature associated with the Data Mining Cost Model (DMCoMo), suggested how…

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  Joshua Greever attended  Southeast Regional Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society in Kentucky, March 17-18, 2017.  The theme of the conference was: "Work, Vocation, and Human Flourishing in the Christian Tradition".   The title of his presentation was "The Gospel and True Human Flourishing in Ephesians".   The presentation analyzed the…

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Rick Holbeck and Kelly Palese recently presented at the Distance Teaching and Learning Conference in Madison, Wisconsin. Their topic was on the benefits of using online full time faculty. Some of the topics that were discussed included collaboration of online full time faculty to share best practices and create supplemental materials, timely…

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http://biophiliasummit.com

First Global Biophilia Summit

In partnership with www.pandisciplinary.net

Call for Presentations

 

Dates: May 21, 22 and 23, 2018

Location: Mount Mellary Monastery, County Waterford, Ireland

Conference Fee: From €380 (Includes accommodation, all meals, tea/coffee breaks, and return transport from Dublin to the…

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The Teaching Showcase presented by the Center for Innovation in Research and Teaching (CIRT)has started and goes through the month of July!  The topic this year is Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Click here to view and comment on presentations.

We have two opportunities for you to highlight your developing or completed scholarship. Over the summer, we will showcase teaching practices in the Teaching Showcase.

Each Teaching Showcase will focus on a different topic relevant to effective online instruction; the theme for the 2017 TS is the SCHOLARSHIP OF TEACHING AND LEARNING (SoTL). As…

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Kenneth E. Clark Student Research Award
Deadline: 1 MAY 2017
Learn more: http://www.ila-net.org/Awards/Clark/

Fredric M. Jablin Doctoral Dissertation Award

** Final Reminder!  Please share this opportunity with any current or recent students in your network or, if applicable, consider submitting something yourself to one or both of these awards! **

Students and Recent Grads, Win $1000 Plus Trip to ILA's 19th Annual Conference in Brussels, Belgium!

Submit to one or both awards, as applicable.

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Title: Revisiting ReligiousLuck: Can a True Religious Belief Sourced in Testimony Merit The Kind of CreditNeeded for Knowledge? 

 

Abstract: In this paper I addressan old problem that has recently taken on a new and stronger form. This versionof religious luck says religious beliefs sourced in testimony from one’s earlyteaching or traditions are…

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