Ouachita’S Ben Utter Among 22 Faculty Nationwide To Attend Netvue Seminar On Vocation, 2019 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita’S Ben Utter Among 22 Faculty Nationwide To Attend Netvue Seminar On Vocation, Rachel Moreno Moreno, Ouachita News Bureau
Ouachita Baptist University’s Dr. Ben Utter, assistant professor of English, represented Ouachita faculty at the Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education’s (NetVUE) “Teaching Vocational Exploration” seminar held this summer in Chicago. Utter was one of 22 faculty members from around the country selected to attend.
Cedarville Named To Forbes List Of America’S Top Colleges, 2019 Cedarville University
Cedarville Named To Forbes List Of America’S Top Colleges, Mark D. Weinstein
Forbes Magazine announced its best universities in the United States and according to the report, Cedarville University is one of the highest ranked universities in Ohio.
Spartan Daily, August 21, 2019, 2019 San Jose State University
Spartan Daily, August 21, 2019, San Jose State University, School Of Journalism And Mass Communications
Spartan Daily, 2019
Volume 153, Issue 1
Enacting Compassion: Enactment And The Theory Of Image Restoration In Monica Lewinsky's Ted Talk, "The Price Of Shame", Eric Mishne
Eric Mishne, M.A.
Cyberbullying is an ever-growing concern, and its effects are not escaping the public eye. Monica Lewinsky spoke at TED Vancouver in 2015 about the effects of cyberbullying and suggested a change in the cultural attitude online toward one of compassion. This paper argues that components of William Benoit’s Theory of Image Restoration (TIR) are relevant to understanding Lewinsky’s speech, but principles of enactment (Daughton, 1989) are more salient to her message and achievement of her mission. In light of the complexity of Lewinsky’s story, the author explores an expansion of TIR labeled image renovation that adds variance ...
Fighting The Formula: Adherence To Unspoken Rules Limit The Value Of Individual Events, 2019 Cedarville University
Fighting The Formula: Adherence To Unspoken Rules Limit The Value Of Individual Events, Eric Mishne
Eric Mishne, M.A.
Forensics is one of the most valuable activities in which college students can be involved. However, the strict adherence to formula and unspoken rules diminishes the educational benefits. This article explores an extensive body of literature highlighting the concerns of formulaic practices in collegiate forensics. The author asserts that authenticity, genuine learning, transferability of skills, innovation, and high quality speaking are the biggest victims of stringent adherence to the forensic formula. Specific recommendations for competitors, judges, coaches, and organizing bodies are given, suggesting that there are alternatives which can mitigate growing concerns.
Post-Secondary Students’ Perceptions Of Mental Health Messages Conveyed By Video Storytelling And Informational Approaches, 2019 The University of Western Ontario
Post-Secondary Students’ Perceptions Of Mental Health Messages Conveyed By Video Storytelling And Informational Approaches, Hung Quang Huynh
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
This study’s aim was to examine how Western students perceive mental health messages conveyed by video storytelling and informational approaches. In focus group discussions, participants’ perceptions of help seeking behaviors were unchanged by either approach. However, discussions suggested that messages enhanced understanding and awareness, which potentially reduced stigma. Participants who watched the storytelling videos asserted that they were open and receptive to the messages and expressed perceptual changes. Four facilitators appeared to contribute to effective mental health messages: diversity; explicit instructions; shift toward understanding societal and biological causes of mental health conditions; and a combination of storytelling and information ...
Ouachita’S Patterson Summer Research Program Sees Record Student Participation, Recognition, 2019 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita’S Patterson Summer Research Program Sees Record Student Participation, Recognition, Rachel Moreno Moreno, Ouachita News Bureau
Ouachita Baptist University’s J.D. Patterson School of Natural Sciences had a record number of 28 students conducting faculty-advised research during summer break through its Patterson Summer Research Program. Twenty-five of these summer researchers also attended the Central Arkansas Undergraduate Symposium, held July 24 at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, Ark., and presented their findings.
Ohio Heart Transplant Recipient Now Among Record-Breaking Freshman Class, 2019 Cedarville University
Ohio Heart Transplant Recipient Now Among Record-Breaking Freshman Class, Mark D. Weinstein
Cedarville University welcomed a record-breaking freshman class to campus beginning August 16 for its annual Getting Started Weekend. Approximately 1,000 freshmen started their 1,000 days at Cedarville August 16-18, exceeding last year’s record-breaking class of 911.
Tears were shed, hugs shared, and high fives exchanged. And for one family in particular, thanks were given for an achievement that seemed beyond comprehension nearly 18 years ago.
Cole Named New Chair Of The Department Of Pharmacy Practice, 2019 Cedarville University
Cole Named New Chair Of The Department Of Pharmacy Practice, Mark D. Weinstein
Dr. Justin Cole, director of the Center for Pharmacy Innovation and assistant professor of pharmacy practice, has been named the new chair of the department of pharmacy practice at Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy.
Cedars, August 2019, 2019 Cedarville University
Cedars, August 2019, Cedarville University
No abstract provided.
The Media, Education, And The State: Arts-Based Research And A Marxist Analysis Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis, Meng Zhao
Education (Ph.D) Dissertations
By 2019, the Syrian civil war has lasted for nearly eight years and it has created the largest humanitarian crisis since WWII (Achlume, 2015). Using the siege of Aleppo in 2016 as a case study, the author applied a Marxist-humanist theoretical framework and incorporated arts-based research methodology to examine how US news media supports capitalist social relations. The research question for this study was: how do the US media depictions of the siege of Aleppo, Syria in 2016 reflect capitalist social relations? There were three sub-questions that followed: (1) Which elements of the siege of Aleppo in 2016 get the ...
Masculinity In Fraternities: Impact On Campus Sexual Violence, 2019 Portland State University
Masculinity In Fraternities: Impact On Campus Sexual Violence, Alisha K. Ram
PSU McNair Scholars Online Journal
The literature on fraternities and sexual violence has suggested that some fraternity members are more likely to adopt and maintain the values found in hegemonic masculinity (Sanday, 2007). This is significant as it can aid our understanding of how fraternities and hegemonic masculinity play a part in promoting and engaging in sexual violence. This paper investigates existing literature on masculinity and how hegemonic masculinity is enforced through fraternity participation. The literature review explores condoned behaviors and beliefs that endorse negative masculine values, which are fostered in the social fraternity lifestyle between brothers. Those values paired with the strong male social ...
Developing Employee Intercultural Competence Through Virtual Reality Simulated Training, 2019 Purdue University
Developing Employee Intercultural Competence Through Virtual Reality Simulated Training, Isaiah Thomas, Andres Santiago
The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research
No abstract provided.
Incoming Freshmen Poised To Set New Cedarville Record Enrollment, 2019 Cedarville University
Incoming Freshmen Poised To Set New Cedarville Record Enrollment, Mark D. Weinstein
The start of another academic year often brings various emotions to college students and their parents. The same could be said for college leaders who measure their work by the number of new students enrolling at their respective institutions.
Buffalo Inc. American Indians And Economic Development, 2019 Iowa State University
Buffalo Inc. American Indians And Economic Development, Sebastian F. Braun
Some American Indian tribes on the Great Plains have turned to bison ranching in recent years as a culturally and ecologically sustainable economic development program. This book focuses on one enterprise on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation to determine whether such projects have fulfilled expectations and how they fit with traditional and contemporary Lakota values.
Drawing upon on-site fieldwork and using anthropological, economic, and ecological approaches, Sebastian Felix Braun examines the creation of Pte Hca Ka, Inc., and its management styles as they evolved over fifteen years. He paints a compelling picture of cultural change.
Braun traces Pte Hca Ka ...
New Director Of Pharmacy Named For Cedar Care, 2019 Cedarville University
New Director Of Pharmacy Named For Cedar Care, Mark D. Weinstein
Cedar Care Village Pharmacy has a new director of pharmacy.
Stacy Cody will take over responsibility for the Cedarville operation, which is a teaching pharmacy serving students in the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy. He will assume his new role on August 13.
How Fashion And Beauty Advertising Negatively Effects Women, 2019 Bowling Green State University - Main Campus
How Fashion And Beauty Advertising Negatively Effects Women, Olivia Free
WRIT: Journal of First-Year Writing
In today’s society consumers are constantly exposed to advertisements throughout their day to day lives, whether they realize it or not. The influence advertising has had over the last ten years has grown because of the materialistic society. It is important to realize the extent in which advertisings are thrown into the hustle of every day lives. One of the most problematic industries is fashion and beauty. The subject of most fashion and beauty ads are women and they are being objectified and dehumanizing causing a drastic decline in self-esteem and in increase in overall body shaming from the ...
Kokosing Commits $100,000 To Cedarville Civil Engineering Program, 2019 Cedarville University
Kokosing Commits $100,000 To Cedarville Civil Engineering Program, Mark D. Weinstein
The Kokosing group of companies, one of the largest family-owned construction conglomerates in the country, has committed $100,000 to the construction of Cedarville University’s new civil engineering building, slated for completion in fall 2020.
Gender And Communication In Bhagavad Gita - Organizing For Inclusivity.Pdf, 2019 Selected Works
Gender And Communication In Bhagavad Gita - Organizing For Inclusivity.Pdf, Jon P. Radwan
Jon P. Radwan
Experiencing Poverty In An Online Simulation: Effects On Players’ Beliefs, Attitudes And Behaviors About Poverty, 2019 Santa Clara University
Experiencing Poverty In An Online Simulation: Effects On Players’ Beliefs, Attitudes And Behaviors About Poverty, Pedro Hernandez-Ramos, Christine M. Bachen, Chad Raphael, John Ifcher, Michael Broghammer
Digital simulations are increasingly used to educate about the causes and effects of poverty, and inspire action to alleviate it. Drawing on research about attributions of poverty, subjective well-being, and relative income, this experimental study assesses the effects of an online poverty simulation (entitled Spent) on participants’ beliefs, attitudes, and actions. Results show that, compared with a control group, Spent players donated marginally more money to a charity serving the poor and expressed higher support for policies benefitting the poor, but were less likely to take immediate political action by signing an online petition to support a higher minimum wage ...