Landscape Job Leads To Successful Photography Business, 2023 Cedarville University
Landscape Job Leads To Successful Photography Business, Mark D. Weinstein
At age 14, Jono Spear worked a landscaping job to save money for his first camera. Little did he know this would eventually lead to a successful photography business that would pay for his education at Cedarville University.
Student Athletic Trainer Joins Dayton Children’S Hospital One-Of-A-Kind Internship, 2023 Cedarville University
Student Athletic Trainer Joins Dayton Children’S Hospital One-Of-A-Kind Internship, Mark D. Weinstein
Liz Breedlove, 20, will start a one-of-a-kind internship with Dayton Children’s Hospital’s multi-clinical The Center for the Female Athlete. She started the internship on May 30.
New Name, Same Personal Care At Cedarville Hometown Pharmacy, 2023 Cedarville University
New Name, Same Personal Care At Cedarville Hometown Pharmacy, Mark D. Weinstein
When CedarCare Village Pharmacy opened for business in 2019, its mission was to provide a one-stop shop for all pharmacy and medical needs for Cedarville and Eastern Greene County residents. With the transfer of ownership to Dr. Katie Perry, a 2019 graduate of Cedarville’s Doctor of Pharmacy program, expected around June 19, patrons can expect the same level of service at the pharmacy that will be known as Cedarville Hometown Pharmacy.
Ouachita Recognizes Graduates During Commencement Exercises May 13, 2023 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita Recognizes Graduates During Commencement Exercises May 13, Felley Lawson, Office Of Communications & Marketing
Ouachita Baptist University honored more than 400 students during its 136th Spring Commencement on Saturday, May 13, on the front lawn of Cone-Bottoms Hall. Graduates earned Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Music Education and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees, as well as Master of Science degrees, post-baccalaureate certificates for Dietetic Internship and the university’s first Master of Education degrees in curriculum & instruction and Master of Science degrees in nutrition.
How Exemplary Chief Nurse Executives Utilize The Six Domains Of Conflict Transformational Strategies To Establish Common Ground And Produce Breakthrough Results, 2023 University of Massachusetts Global
How Exemplary Chief Nurse Executives Utilize The Six Domains Of Conflict Transformational Strategies To Establish Common Ground And Produce Breakthrough Results, Michael Thompson
Purpose: The purpose of this phenomenological method study was to identify and describe strategies that exemplary chief nurse executive leaders use to identify and establish common grounds to produce breakthrough results in healthcare by using the six domains of transformational conflict strategies: collaboration, communication, emotional intelligence, ethical behaviors, problem solving, and shared interest.
Methodology: As a part of the thematic phenomenological study, the research identified and described the lived experiences of eight exemplary chief nurse executive leaders in health care who used conflict transformational strategies to find common ground to produce breakthrough results. The target population for the study included …
“Civil Dialogue” As Feminist Pedagogy: Engendering Material And Symbolic Movement, 2023 Ohio University
“Civil Dialogue” As Feminist Pedagogy: Engendering Material And Symbolic Movement, Sarah E. Jones
In the United States, we are socialized to think in Western dualisms, and these patterns of communication characterize discussion of social issues. Consequently, discussion becomes debate and dominant approaches to inquiry are privileged over experience with persuasion being the end goal. Fostering agency, cultivating empathetic understanding, and facilitating critical thought are made more difficult—outcomes that are neither productive nor edifying in the college classroom. This original teaching activity resists hierarchical forms of debate in favor of visibility and solidarity in discussions of gendered violence. Grounded in principles of invitational rhetoric and provocation, the activity uses a “Civil Dialogue” format to …
Words Of Wisdom: Learners Rather Than Knowers: 2023 Commencement Address, 2023 Ouachita Baptist University
Words Of Wisdom: Learners Rather Than Knowers: 2023 Commencement Address, Ben Sells
Based on what your predecessors report, your Ouachita education and experience have prepared you exceedingly well. Indeed, the investment in you by faculty and staff, the support of your family and classmates, the time and effort you have put forward and the grace of God help you go from this place with an advantage.
You can be confident about that advantage. The more you steward it, the more of an opportunity it will provide.
In preparing for Commencement, I ponder and pray that I might leave you, and each graduating class, with a few words of wisdom on this day …
Ouachita Senior Rebekah Wendt Presents Research At Acs National Meeting, 2023 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita Senior Rebekah Wendt Presents Research At Acs National Meeting, Addie Woods, Office Of Communications & Marketing
During the American Chemical Society national meeting, held March 26-30 in Indianapolis, Indiana, Ouachita senior Rebekah Wendt presented findings based on her research using polymers to prepare core-shell nanofibers.
Wendt, a chemistry major from Haworth, Okla., was awarded a Student Undergraduate Research Fellowship by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education in December 2021 to conduct her research. She also presented her findings at the Southwest Regional Meeting of the ACS in Baton Rouge, La., in November.
How Covid-19 Changed Healthcare Education, 2023 Cedarville University
How Covid-19 Changed Healthcare Education, Mark D. Weinstein
It’s been years since something shocked health care like COVID-19. As a result, pharmacy educators, including those in the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy, have adjusted their education structure to better prepare students for the forever-changed work environment that awaits them.
40 Years Of Training Leads Professor Toward Christian Music Broadcasters Award, 2023 Cedarville University
40 Years Of Training Leads Professor Toward Christian Music Broadcasters Award, Mark D. Weinstein
When it comes to the Christian broadcasting industry, few people have had a greater impact than Cedarville’s Jim Leightenheimer. Having spent the last 40 years training young broadcasting professionals, Leightenheimer was nominated for an Industry Achievement Award by Christian Music Broadcasters (CMB).
Ouachita Finance Students Earn National Award For Management Of Ary Student Investment Fund, 2023 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita Finance Students Earn National Award For Management Of Ary Student Investment Fund, Addie Woods, Office Of Communications & Marketing
A team of finance students from Ouachita Baptist University placed second at the annual Quinnipiac Global Asset Management Education Forum held March 30-31 in New York City. Ouachita was awarded second place in the undergraduate core portfolio category for 2022 risk-adjusted return on the group’s management of the Ary Student Investment Fund, a $2 million stock portfolio.
Blum Wins First Place In Student Juried Art Show At Ouachita, 2023 Ouachita Baptist University
Blum Wins First Place In Student Juried Art Show At Ouachita, Kaelin Clay, Office Of Communications & Marketing
Ouachita Baptist University sophomore Tori Blum, a studio art major from McKinney, Texas, earned first place in the university’s 2023 Student Juried Art Show. Winners were announced during a reception held on April 26 in Mabee Fine Arts Center’s Hammons Art Gallery to open the show. Sponsored by the Ouachita Art Club, the exhibit features the work of 15 students – including Blum – and will be on display in Hammons Gallery through Oct. 6. It is free and open to the public.
Blum created a ceramics piece titled “Balance” for her Ceramics I course in Fall 2022 and entered …
Recovering A Missional Ecclesiology: A Framework For Reviving Congregational Mission Within The Baptist Union Of Victoria, 2023 Abilene Christian University
Recovering A Missional Ecclesiology: A Framework For Reviving Congregational Mission Within The Baptist Union Of Victoria, Gayle Hill
Doctor of Ministry Theses
ABSTRACT This project is an intervention to develop a theological and theoretical framework
that will become the foundation for a future curriculum for recovering a missional ecclesiology for the pastors of the Baptist Union of Victoria (BUV). Despite mission being central to the overall vision of the BUV, declining numbers, the post-COVID context in Victoria, and an overarching post-Christian and pluralistic context have significantly challenged the centrality and functioning of mission across our denomination. The impetus of this project was the observation that our churches were floundering rather than flourishing in the missional space. Many chronic and acute provocations were …
Cultivating Reproductive Small Group Leaders Within Southwest Church, Springboro, Ohio, 2023 Abilene Christian University
Cultivating Reproductive Small Group Leaders Within Southwest Church, Springboro, Ohio, Roger D. Hendricks
Doctor of Ministry Theses
This project was designed to address an ongoing challenge within the Southwest Church (SWC) in Springboro, Ohio. The specific challenge that SWC leaders have faced throughout the twenty-five-year history of the church is to continually increase the number of small group options within a growing congregation. Small groups have been identified as the primary vehicle for SWC members to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ. This congregational emphasis has led to the good dilemma of having more individuals willing to participate than lead weekly small groups. In the past few years, SWC leaders have identified the need for the …
Ouachita's Engineering Program Receives Accreditation From Higher Learning Commission, 2023 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita's Engineering Program Receives Accreditation From Higher Learning Commission, Felley Lawson, Office Of Communications & Marketing
The Bachelor of Science degree program in engineering at Ouachita Baptist University has been approved by the university’s institutional accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission.
The engineering curriculum was approved by the faculty in Spring 2022. While several new engineering courses were available to students in the 2022-23 academic year, the official program launch is scheduled for Fall 2023. The 4-year residential program builds on the strength of Ouachita’s Bachelor of Science degree program in physics and is housed in the newly formed Department of Physics and Engineering in the J.D. Patterson School of Natural Sciences. Dr. Kevin Cornelius, professor of …
A New World Order?: Considering Slaughter’S Notion Of The Disaggregated And Networked State, 2023 Cleveland State University
A New World Order?: Considering Slaughter’S Notion Of The Disaggregated And Networked State, Darlene N. Moorman
The Downtown Review
This paper briefly explains Slaughter's (2004) argument for the emergence of a new world order defined by a disaggregated and networked state where the relevance of soft power has become all the more critical in conversations of politics and corresponding theory. This transformation (arising in the face of the so-called 'globalization paradox') is considered, exploring (a) what this means for the world system and (b) what concerns it may consequently bring.
Recognizing Paralanguage In Teaching, 2023 Cleveland State University
Recognizing Paralanguage In Teaching, Allison Delmonico
The Downtown Review
Paralanguage is used every day to communicate and is related to one’s culture. It is often unconscious, however, when teaching a conscious effort should be made so one understands how they are perceived by others and what signals they give off. Teachers must take into consideration their own culture, the culture of the community they teach in, and the culture of students and their families. Teachers use paralanguage when communicating with their colleagues and need to understand how best to collaborate with each other. When communicating with parents, teachers need to make sure they feel welcome in the classroom and …
The Relationship Between Family Communication Patterns, Conflict Strategies, And The Development/Management Of Eating Disorders, 2023 Murray State University
The Relationship Between Family Communication Patterns, Conflict Strategies, And The Development/Management Of Eating Disorders, Ana Moyers
Honors College Theses
Eating disorders persist as one of the most prominent psychological and physiological illnesses among young adults and adolescents. Nonetheless, most research in the field focuses on external factors that influence the development of these disorders such (i.e., social media and an idolized body image). There is less research to investigate the role of an individual’s environment, more specifically the family dyad and communication related to such eating disorders. The family unit remains, often, the primary means of socialization for individuals during developing years, thus, this study seeks to expand on how current family communication and family climate contribute to eating …
Preferred Partnership With Answers In Genesis Employees, 2023 Cedarville University
Preferred Partnership With Answers In Genesis Employees, Mark D. Weinstein
A new preferred partnership program that will provide discounts to Answers in Genesis employees for educational programs at Cedarville University began in January 2023. The program continues efforts by Cedarville University to provide higher educational opportunities for employees working in Christian ministries.
Building On Campaign Success, Cedarville Sets New $175m Goal, 2023 Cedarville University
Building On Campaign Success, Cedarville Sets New $175m Goal, Mark D. Weinstein
Two years earlier than expected, Cedarville University has surpassed its $125 million goal for One Thousand Days Transformed: The Campaign for Cedarville. The university announced that it has received commitments of $131.8 million.