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    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Innovation and Harmonization in Raphael's Stanza della Segnatura

    • Cornelius, Nathan
    • 2011-04-07
    • Raphael's paintings for the Stanza della Segnatura, Pope Julius II's personal library in the Vatican, are one of the great masterpieces of Renaissance art. My research project explored the rich meaning behind this innovative series of images, which...
    • Facilitating Classroom Discussion

    • Daniels, Nikki
    • 2011-02
    • Have you ever struggled with any of the following issues: dealing with learners reluctant to engage in classroom discussion, understanding your role in initiating and sustaining meaningful discussion, bringing depth to learner comments, and...
    • Facilitating Lab Experiences

    • DeGolier, Teresa
    • 2011-02
    • Facilitating lab experiences is often considered an accumulation of hard labor versus gratifying work for an instructor. Join this experienced science educator as she shares her passion, joy, and expertise related to the preparation, execution,...
    • Regulation of Macrophage Activation: Floating the Raft Hypothesis

    • Doan, Joy; Lundeen, Luke; Nichols, Kent
    • 2011-12-08
    • Over 20 million Americans currently take cholesterol-lowering statins, and this number is expected to increase steadily in coming years. While excess cholesterol can be harmful, many studies show that cholesterol depletion alters the way that cells...
    • Study Abroad

    • Drake, Karen; Muhovich, David
    • 2010-11
    • Investigate the following questions (and others) with two experienced study abroad leaders: (1) What components are necessary for a successful study abroad experience? (2) How can cultural understanding be facilitated among students? (3) What is...
    • Let Justice Roll Down: Amos 5:24

    • El-Kati, Mahmoud
    • 2011-02-03
    • Dr. El - Kati will be speaking on the theme 'Let Justice Roll Down -Amos 5:24' which is our theme for Black History Month celebration this year. Dr. El-Kati is a Professor Emeritus of History from Macalester College. He taught 'The black experience...
    • 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...
    • Online Learning

    • Greupner, John
    • 2010-11
    • The use of online courses/programming is expanding rapidly at Bethel and in the field higher education. Along with this growth comes the need to thoughtfully consider multiple issues related to online education. Join this experienced educator as he...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Writing Across the Curriculum

    • Larson, Marion
    • 2011-04
    • Writing Across the Curriculum are "buzz words" heard at Bethel and numerous other higher education institutions. Exactly what is this? Why should anyone be interested? How is it practiced? Is writing appropriate in all content disciplines? How does...
    • Template-Directed Synthesis for the Regulation of Gene Expression

    • Maddox, Trey; Ohden, Kaitlyn
    • 2011-02-15
    • Trey Maddox, assistant professor of chemistry, and Bethel senior Kaitlyn Ohden researched methods to mimic DNA template-directed polymerization in a way that frees it from enzyme regulation. They wanted to complete the optimization of the synthetic...
    • Active Learning

    • Martin, Jill
    • 2010-11
    • Current research on the brain and learning supports the practice of actively engaging learners. Exactly what does it mean to fully engage learners? What is the instructor's role in the process? What challenges are inherent when engaging learners?...
    • Experiential Education

    • McKinney, Karen
    • 2010-11
    • Explore the meaning, purpose, and uses of experiential education. Additionally, consider how activities can be conceptualized, designed, and appropriately assessed. The classroom activity 'Other People's Power' is demonstrated along with...
    • Ireland, That's Where the Craics At!

    • Mikul, Sarah
    • 2011-10-27
    • Studying abroad in Ireland changed my life. Through interacting with the intense conflict that still is so heavily present and also building genuine friendships I began to understand more of who I am and who God is in this confusing world.
    • 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...
    • Community Building

    • Nevins, Katherine
    • 2010-11
    • Community building is commonly discussed and valued at Bethel. Explore what is meant by 'classroom community' by examining the concept of a healthy community. Consider why the creation of community is important. Delve into these issues and also...
    • 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...
    • Inquiry-Based Learning

    • Paulson, Patti
    • 2010-11
    • Inquiry-based learning is an instructional approach appropriate for many disciplines and multiple settings. Join a discussion of various issues related to inquiry-based learning with an experienced instructor. First, consider the meaning of...
    • Facilitating Online Learning

    • Putz, Matthew
    • 2011-03
    • In the world of online education an increasing number of Bethel instructors are now 'walkers' and some are 'joggers/runners.' Join the Director of Teaching and Learning Technology as he provides helpful direction for the design and facilitation of...
    • Foundational Issues in Assessing Student Learning in Your Classroom

    • Rasmussen, Jay
    • 2012-02-09
    • Session 1 of a three-part series on 'Are Your Students Learning?' will explore these questions: What is meant by measurement and assessment? Why is assessment even worth considering? What is backward design? How are well-written instructional...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Manipulating Classroom Environment

    • Silmser, Lisa
    • 2010-11
    • Creating a learning environment that optimizes engagement is critical for all educators. Join this highly regarded leader of adult learners as she explores what it means to intentionally create an environment supportive of emotional and cognitive...
    • In Praise of the Jogger

    • VanArragon, Ray
    • 2011-09-27
    • In this presentation I'll explore the proper place of exercise and competition in our lives, by considering the differences between a jogger and a runner. The presentation is based on my essay of the same title, published in the recent book...
    • Authority and Personality: The Dynamics of Dialogue

    • Ward, Joel
    • 2013-02-26
    • Joel Ward discusses dialogic communication as it is articulated in Mikhail Bakhtin's 'Author and Hero in Aesthetic Activity' and focuses on the problems of authority and personhood as they are challenged and articulated in human discourse.
    • 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...

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