Courage Is Central To Leadership Conference, 2019 Cedarville University
Courage Is Central To Leadership Conference, Mark D. Weinstein
Cedarville University’s fifth annual CU LEADership Conference, “Lead with Courage,” will be held January 19, 2019, in the Dixon Ministry Center. Opening session starts at 10 a.m with a keynote address by U.S. Air Force Col. Todd Fogle in the Jeremiah Chapel. Registration is open to high school and current Cedarville University students at cedarville.edu/culead.
Taiwan-Cedarville Nursing Connection More Than Educational, 2019 Cedarville University
Taiwan-Cedarville Nursing Connection More Than Educational, Mark D. Weinstein
Four students and one professor from Dayeh University in Changhua County, Taiwan will visit Cedarville University for a cross-cultural experience. The international students will participate in programs in the school of nursing from Jan. 15 to Feb. 16, 2019.
Quiet: The Power Of Introverts In A World That Can't Stop Talking: A Book Analysis, 2019 Western Michigan University
Quiet: The Power Of Introverts In A World That Can't Stop Talking: A Book Analysis, Molly Goaley
The Hilltop Review
The topics addressed in Quiet are important to nonscholarly and academic audiences because introversion is a universal personality trait that affects us all in some way. If we are not introverts ourselves, we have colleagues, supervisors, family members, friends or children who are. Studies of extroversion and introversion in organizational teamwork (Zanin & Bisel, 2018), office environments (McElroy & Morrow, 2010), and leadership (Grant et al., 2011) therefore have practical implications regardless of personality type. The purpose of this paper is to compare and contrast Cain’s work with the existing scholarly research in order to gain a deeper understanding of introversion ...
Wow Factor Set For Worship 4:24 Conference, 2019 Cedarville University
Wow Factor Set For Worship 4:24 Conference, Mark D. Weinstein
The Worship 4:24 Conference will be held January 25-26 at Cedarville University in the Dixon Ministry Center. The conference begins Friday at 10 a.m. and continues with general sessions, a night of worship and more than 100 breakout sessions until Saturday afternoon. More than 700 are expected to attend.
Agatha Christie Murder Mystery Comes To Cedarville, 2019 Cedarville University
Agatha Christie Murder Mystery Comes To Cedarville, Mark D. Weinstein
The Cedarville University theatre department will present “Appointment With Death,” an Agatha Christie murder mystery premiering Thursday, January 31, at 8 p.m. in the DeVries Theatre. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. for the two-hour show. The show will run until February 10.
Cedarville Preparing For Largest Missions Conference, 2019 Cedarville University
Cedarville Preparing For Largest Missions Conference, Mark D. Weinstein
More than 100 missionaries and 54 mission agencies will gather at Cedarville University January 8-10, 2019, for the largest annual Missions Conference in the university’s history.
Comparison Of Extension Personnel And Supervisor Perceptions Of Communications Activities, 2018 Oklahoma State University
Comparison Of Extension Personnel And Supervisor Perceptions Of Communications Activities, Brittany Bowman, Quisto Settle, Elizabeth Gregory North, Keri Collins Lewis
Journal of Applied Communications
Extension is often called the “best-kept secret” having low awareness with the public but high satisfaction with clientele. Extension services nationwide have faced budget cuts, creating a need for the organization to re-evaluate its activities, including how it communicates with its stakeholders. While Extension personnel are the ones who will do most of the communicating, their supervisors impact the personnel’s actions, which means it is important to assess both groups. A survey was conducted with Extension personnel and their supervisors in Mississippi assessing engagement in communications activities and perceptions of those activities, as well as personnel’s preference of ...
The Communication Effectiveness Of Scientist-Stakeholder Partnerships Addressing Agriculture And Natural Resources Issues: An Analysis Of The Media Attention And Media Framing Of The Florida Water And Climate Alliance, 2018 Iowa State University
The Communication Effectiveness Of Scientist-Stakeholder Partnerships Addressing Agriculture And Natural Resources Issues: An Analysis Of The Media Attention And Media Framing Of The Florida Water And Climate Alliance, Shuyang Qu, Tracy Irani
Journal of Applied Communications
Scientist-stakeholder partnerships are formed by scientists from academic institutions and industry representatives in an effort to address contingent science issues such as climate change, inform the public and influence public policies. Such organizations often lack expertise in communicating to the public and conducting outreach which are crucial components to building a good reputation. This study selected Florida Water and Climate Alliance [FWCA] as an example of such an organization, exploring its media attention and media framing to assess the visibility and reputation of [FWCA]. Results showed very limited media attention had been devoted to [FWCA]. The framing analysis results indicated ...
Professor Accepted Into Critical Care Traineeship, 2018 Cedarville University
Professor Accepted Into Critical Care Traineeship, Mark D. Weinstein
Dr. David Peters, assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Cedarville University, has been accepted into the highly competitive American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Critical Care Traineeship.
Alumnotes, Fall 2018, 2018 Cedarville University
Alumnotes, Fall 2018, Cedarville University
No abstract provided.
“The Friend Who Forgives” Wins Two "National Book Of The Year" Awards, 2018 Cedarville University
“The Friend Who Forgives” Wins Two "National Book Of The Year" Awards, Mark D. Weinstein
It's been a banner year for Dr. Dan DeWitt, director for the Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity and associate professor of applied theology and apologetics at Cedarville University.
Not only has DeWitt written a new children's book, but the book, "The Friend Who Forgives," has been named the "book of the year" by two national organizations. Christianity Today named DeWitt's first children's book as its 2019 top book, while The Gospel Coalition added to DeWitt's accomplishment by naming it the best children's book this year. The awards were announced last week by ...
Cedarville Magazine, Fall 2018: To The Ends Of The Earth, 2018 Cedarville University
Cedarville Magazine, Fall 2018: To The Ends Of The Earth, Cedarville University
No abstract provided.
One Professor, 1,000 Media Interviews, 2018 Cedarville University
One Professor, 1,000 Media Interviews, Mark D. Weinstein
Dr. Mark Caleb Smith, professor of political science and director of the Center for Political Studies at Cedarville University, is a news source all-star. Smith has become known as the leading political expert among Ohio's leading media outlets, and tomorrow he will complete his 1,000th media interview since joining the faculty at Cedarville University in 2004. Smith will be interviewed on the potential impeachment of President Donald Trump with WRFD Columbus radio host Bob Burney, and interview #1,001 is booked for Wednesday, Dec. 19 with WCRF Radio in Cleveland.
Richie Blosch Named Winner Of Ouachita’S 2018 Mcbeth Concerto Competition, 2018 Ouachita Baptist University
Richie Blosch Named Winner Of Ouachita’S 2018 Mcbeth Concerto Competition, Brooke Woessner, Ouachita News Bureau
Ouachita Baptist University junior Richie Blosch was named this year’s winner of the W. Francis and Mary McBeth Wind and Percussion Concerto Competition on Dec. 7. He performed “Concerto for Marimba – I. Despedida” by Ney Rosauro.
Facilitating Vulnerability And Power In New Hampshire Listen’S “Blue And You”, 2018 University of New Hampshire, Durham
Facilitating Vulnerability And Power In New Hampshire Listen’S “Blue And You”, Renee G. Heath
Journal of Public Deliberation
This study examines the on-going work of New Hampshire Listens, a convener of deliberative conversations, specific to their work with police-community relationships. Attending particularly to the facilitators and planners of New Hampshire "Blue and You" in a small city, the study found systemic practices of early stakeholder involvement in the planning, holding space for disparate views, promoting storytelling, and creating intimate physical spaces addressed the vulnerability felt by participants. These practices distributed power among stakeholders, aided in preparing participants for the conversation, and fostered neutrality in the forum. They provide several ideas for how deliberation practitioners and scholars might respond ...
Dialogue And Deliberation As Agonistic Resistance: Designing Interactional Processes To Reconstitute Collective Identities, Anna Wiederhold Wolfe
Journal of Public Deliberation
This essay develops a theory of public dialogue and deliberation as agonistic resistance to authoritarian governance.Where authoritarian regimes value strict obedience to authority at the expense of freedom, deliberative democracy is predicated on the decentralization of power and the exercise of personal and political freedoms. As such, practices of dialogue and deliberation stand in direct contradiction to the values of authoritarian governance and hold the potential to constitute collective identities in ways that undermine the very conditions needed for authoritarianism to gain traction. Specifically, this essay argues that authoritarianism flourishes when particular in-group/out-group boundaries can be reified, thereby ...
An Exploratory Study Of Acculturation Experiences Of Graduate Student Immigrants At The University Of San Francisco, 2018 The University of San Francisco
An Exploratory Study Of Acculturation Experiences Of Graduate Student Immigrants At The University Of San Francisco, Courtney Lamar
This study explores the shared challenges during the acculturation process of graduate student immigrants pursuing higher education in the United States. 13 graduate student immigrants at the University of San Francisco discuss their experiences of cultural adjustment into U.S. culture. Through qualitative interviews and thematic analysis, this study seeks to understand the acculturation experiences of graduate student immigrants in the San Francisco Bay Area of the United States. This analysis is based on the individual-level experience examining attitudes and acculturation strategies in the dominant society. Analysis, possibly policy implication for institutions of higher education, and possible directions for future ...
The Effects Of Social Proof Through Social Media On Perceptions Of Responsibility, 2018 Abilene Christian University
The Effects Of Social Proof Through Social Media On Perceptions Of Responsibility, Taylor Powers
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Situational crisis communication theory, also referred to as SCCT, is a central and very well-developed theory in the field of crisis communication. The goal of SCCT is to create a response strategy based on stakeholders’ levels of attributions of responsibility. SCCT states there are two main factors stakeholders take into consideration when attributing responsibility to an organization in crisis: crisis type and performance history. While the previously stated factors are very important, the progressive development of social media is not taken into consideration in this theory, specifically the use of social proof through social media channels. According to the principle ...
Cole Jester Wins 10th Annual Ouachita Business Plan Competition, 2018 Ouachita Baptist University
Cole Jester Wins 10th Annual Ouachita Business Plan Competition, Ouachita News Bureau, Rachel Moreno Moreno
Ouachita Baptist University’s Hickingbotham School of Business hosted its 10th annual Business Plan Competition on Dec. 5. Cole Jester, a senior Christian studies/biblical studies major from Benton, Ark., placed first in the competition with his business plan for Bone Dri and received a $4,000 cash prize. Jester was advised by Bryan McKinney, dean of the Hickingbotham School of Business, associate professor of business law and university counsel.
Cedarville Freshman Starts Nonprofit Printing 3d Custom Prosthetics, 2018 Cedarville University
Cedarville Freshman Starts Nonprofit Printing 3d Custom Prosthetics, Mark D. Weinstein
Connor Hart, a Cedarville freshman mechanical engineering major from Loveland, Ohio, founded The Hands of Hope Foundation, in August 2018. The Hands of Hope Foundation is a nonprofit that empowers children with a limb difference by providing them with free 3D-printed prosthetics.