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    • Religion and Men's Violence Against Women

    • Johnson, Andy
    • 2014-12-04
    • Interpersonal violence is a multifaceted phenomenon that cuts across all national, socioeconomic, religious, cultural, and racial groups. This presentation focuses on some of the most serious and common forms of interpersonal violence- men's...
    • How We Think When We Think About Human Origins

    • Johnson, Adam; Berry, Zachariah
    • 2014-12-02
    • Dr. Adam Johnson and senior Zachariah Berry will discuss their work on the cognitive science of human origins. Discussions of human origins typically emphasize the theological, philosophical, or scientific ramifications of theories of human origins...
    • Writing High Quality Traditional Assessment Items

    • Rasmussen, Jay
    • 2014-11-12
    • How well written are your quizzes, tests, and exams? Exploring this question, before entering the 'season' of final exams, is critical in terms of obtaining valid and reliable assessment information. This "Talk About Teaching" session will provide...
    • How I Became a Better Teacher, Period, By Teaching Online

    • Brooks, Susan
    • 2014-11-11
    • I took the course in online teaching to become a better distance instructor. I didn't expect learning more about online teaching to revolutionize my face-to-face classes too. Come learn how my view of teaching changed and get some ideas for things...
    • Past & Presence: Rethinking the Intro Course

    • Gehrz, Chris; Mulberry, Sam
    • 2014-10-07
    • Chris Gehrz and Sam Mulberry share how they’ve been developing HIS290 Intro to History, a new spring course that will fuse face-to-face instruction (an evening seminar) with hybrid elements (webisodes, course blog) that allow the entire History...
    • Managing the Sideshows

    • Rotach, Dan
    • 2014-10-02
    • Many times in our teaching, particularly teaching about controversial subjects and issues, some “emotional sideshows” get created right in the classroom. How do we deal with those sideshows? Professor Rotach discusses the EPIC teaching and learning...
    • The Virtual Reality Simulation Educational Mode

    • Tiffany, Jone; Hoglund, Barb
    • 2014-05-08
    • The Virtual Reality Simulation (VRS) Educational Model, developed and presented by Drs. Tiffany and Hoglund, serves to guide faculty development and use of simulated learning activities within virtual reality settings such as Second Life (TM). We...
    • Campus Climate

    • Cleveland, Christena
    • 2014-05-01
    • Christena Cleveland is a social psychologist with a hopeful passion for overcoming cultural divisions in groups. Drawing from a vast body of research, she uncovers the underlying processes that affect relationships within and between groups and...
    • Looking Back to Move Forward: Reflections from the 2014 Sankofa Journey

    • Yang, Shia; Robinson, Zak; Phenow, Kiersti; Wulf, Justin; Brekke, Tanden
    • 2014-04-22
    • Sankofa means looking back to move forward which is exactly what students and faculty get the chance to do on this week long Civil Rights road trip. This will be a time to gather in community, learn about the trip, and hear from students who went...
    • National Poetry Month - A Celebration of Poetry

    • Fisher, Barrett; Hurd, Jim; Nimlos, Dan; Schmidt, April; Rivera, Ruben; McMillen, Krin; Sandberg, Dan; Graham, Shatera; Bothun, Taylor; Gilbraith, Rhonda; Stewart, David
    • 2014-04-17
    • Join us for tea and scones as we wax poetic! The winners of Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday Sonnet Contest will read their sonnets. The celebration will continue with readings by Barrett Fisher, Jim Hurd, Dan Nimlos, April Schmidt, Ruben Rivera and...
    • Cuba Explorer: Searching for the Present Reality

    • Rasmussen, Jay; Rasmusen, Conor
    • 2014-04-15
    • Join this father and son team as they present images and share impressions of a country thought to be “off-limits” to U.S. citizens. Their two week adventure this past winter exposed them to the wonders and realities of Cuba. From state approved...
    • Corrupting the Youth?: The Value of Teaching 'Dangerous' Ideas

    • Shady, Sara
    • 2014-04-08
    • "Teaching can be controversial. Socrates was convicted and executed on charges that he corrupted the youth of Athens. In this presentation, I’ll explore the important role 'dangerous' ideas can play in cultivating a classroom that is not just a...
    • Teaching Without Preaching: Engaging Islam in the Bethel Classroom

    • Bramsen, Andrew
    • 2014-04-03
    • It is a challenge to present the teachings and practices of Islam to students at Bethel in a way that is faithful to the spirit of those teachings while also taking seriously the tensions between Islamic and Christian doctrine. This presentation...
    • Library Research Prize 2014 - Awards Ceremony

    • Konop, Calvin; Getahun, Verena; Warner, Earleen; Stewart, David; Rangoonwala, Michael; Luhmann, Gretchen; Becker, Danielle
    • 2014-04-01
    • The Friends of the BU Library will award First, Second and Third place prizes for best project and use of library resources, celebrate the passing of the the Library Research Prize trophy. The recipient of the Connie J Larson Scholarship is also...
    • The Revolution in Ukraine: A Rountable Discussion

    • Moore, Christopher; Carlson, Gordon William
    • 2014-03-13
    • Professors Moore and Carlson survey the ongoing 2014 revolution in Ukraine. Topics will include the historical origins of the conflict, and the present role of Christians, and implications for U.S. foreign policy. The discussion is moderated by...
    • Adventures in Spain: We’ve Been to the Mountaintop

    • LeGrand, Liz; Hudalla, Jenny
    • 2014-03-11
    • During our whirlwind semester in Spain, we saw more of the world in three months than most people see in a lifetime. Our hearts were overwhelmed when we beheld the grandiose castles of Spain, and more. But even as we were blessed by the beauty of...
    • Family Structures of Homeless Men

    • Olson, Lauren
    • 2013-12-05
    • Lauren Olson, one of the winners of the Sociologists of Minnesota Caroline Rose Annual Student Paper Competition will present her winning paper that begins with the following abstract: I spent the semester exploring the family structures of...
    • Pietism and the Transformation of Individuals and Societies

    • Zalanga, Samuel
    • 2013-12-03
    • Dr. Zalanga will examine some specific historical events, social movements and teachings in the pietist tradition and draw some lessons and provide suggestions on what higher education administrators and faculty can do to translate pietist ethos...
    • Intellectual Virtue and the Adventurous Christ Follower

    • VanArragon, Ray
    • 2013-11-05
    • At Bethel, we emphasize being and producing "adventurous Christ followers." But with adventures come risks, and people who begin as Christ followers can lose their way. In this presentation, which will become a chapter in the forthcoming Bethel...
    • Calling for Pietistic Community: Pia Desideria for the Classroom

    • Nevins, Katherine
    • 2013-10-29
    • Pia Desideria, the seminal work of the Pietist movement, highlights several faith-based characteristics such as humility and the "priesthood of all believers" that seem critical to the work of developing "whole and holy persons" in the classroom....
    • Loving My (Religious) Other

    • Larson, Marion; Shady, Sara
    • 2013-10-08
    • Professors Marion Larson and Sara Shady share their reflections on the relationship between three of the "Pious Desires" of the 17th century founder of Pietism, Philip Jacob Spener, and contemporary theologians Miroslav Volf and Brian McLaren.
    • Faith Integration

    • Gehrz, Chris
    • 2013-09-19
    • How is faith integration commonly understood in the world of higher education? What are possible Bethel distinctives of faith integration? Join a discussion of these and other issues related to what it means that Bethel is part of the church and...
    • La Gran Aventura: MN to Argentina on Motos

    • Rasmussen, Jay; Rasmussen, Conor
    • 2013-09-17
    • On September 17th, Bethel Education professor Jay Rasmussen and his son Conor reflected on their summer adventure; in May, the duo set off on a cross-continent adventure, motorcycling 12,100 miles through eleven countries in Central and South...
    • Happy Birthday Will Shakespeare, Sonnets, Songs, & Sweets

    • Fischer, Barrett; Bell, Emily; Blaschke, Breanna; Mcmillen, Krin; Larson, Marion; Bruce, Mark; Foss, Parker; Keillor, William; Adams, Brent; Oie, Cheryl; Vendito, Sarah Jo; Rice, Lowell; Bothun, Taylor; Shannon, Angela; Sherry, Rich; Warner,...
    • 2013-04-23
    • Bethel University celebrates the birthday of William Shakespeare through readings of his sonnets, performances of his songs, and excerpts from his plays.
    • My Life as a Kenyan Ambassador

    • Moore, Christopher; Eytchison, Kaylee; Hintz, Alex; Monson, Tom; Stroud, Emily; Sundholm, Shane; Sundquist, Matt
    • 2013-04-18
    • Bethel University's Model United Nations team reflects on their experiences representing the nation of Kenya at the 2013 Model United Nations convention.

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