Faculty Present on Wide Variety of Topics at Forum

By Caitlin Burns | September 15, 2016

Arcadia faculty representing a wide range of academic disciplines will present on various topics at Faculty Forum events this semester. The Faculty Forum is a collaborative program of the Provost Office and the Faculty Senate’s Work and Welfare Committee, and will be held on alternating Thursdays and Fridays from 12:20 to 1:20 p.m. in the Faculty Dining Room. All faculty and staff are invited to attend. A light lunch will be served.

Friday, September 16
Dr. Favian Martin, Assistant Professor, Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice
“Beyond the City and into the Indian Reservation: The Militarization of American Indian Police Departments”

Thursday, September 22
Dr. Angela Gillem, Professor, Psychology
“Memoir and Grief Collide”

Friday, September 30
Dr. Maryam Deloffre, Assistant Professor, Historical and Political Studies
“Global Governance of Humanitarianism and Health”

Thursday, October 6
Dr. Jun Woo Kim, Assistant Professor, School of Global Business
“Mixed Emotions in Sport Consumer Behavior”

Friday, October 14
Jaime Maltese, Associate Director of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies
“Non-Cognitive Traits Matter in Academic Success: How Can We Cultivate Tenacity in Our Students?”

Thursday, October 20
Dr. Aroline Hanson, Assistant Professor, Modern Languages
“The Dynamic Nature of Motivation for Heritage Learners and Second Language Learners in the Same Spanish Composition Course”

Friday, October 28
Kathryn Petersen, Associate Professor, Theater Arts
“Chasing Maria Sibylla Merian (1649-1717) and Olga Ekdahl (1849-1930): My Journey into the Chrysalis for the Stories I Need to Tell”

Thursday, November 3
Dr. Augusto Macalalag, Assistant Professor, School of Education
“Global STEM Education for Elementary School Teachers: Program Development, Teaching, Assessments, and Research Findings”

Friday, November 11
Elizabeth Vogel, Assistant Professor, English
“Difficult Empathy: Women’s Disability Memoir and Rhetorical Stare”

Thursday, November 17
Robert Mauro, Professor, Visual and Performing Arts
“The Art and Design of Stringed Instruments”