Faculty and Staff

Faculty and Staff Accomplishments

Dr. Jeremy Kimble, Assistant Professor of Theology, published a book titled 40 Questions About Church Membership and Discipline with Kregel Academic. The 40 Questions series is written to answer the most frequently asked questions on biblical, doctrinal, and practical levels in various areas of theology.

Dr. Glen Duerr, Assistant Professor of International Studies, recently published a book chapter. The citation follows: Duerr, Glen. “A Three-Pronged Proposal for the Future of US counterinsurgency: Military Peace with Economic Incentives and Political Devolution” in Romaniuk, S.N. and Grice, F (eds.). The Future of US Warfare. Abingdon: Routledge, (2017), pp.99-113.

 

Kim Jenerette, Executive Director of Financial Aid, recently served as a panelist at an Ohio Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (OASFAA) workshop held at the University of Cincinnati. The topic was “Professional Judgement” and covered areas that financial aid administrators oversee with families that have reduction in income, death in the family, parental abandonment, etc., and the latitude given to aid administrators.

Dr. Michelle Wood, Associate Professor of English; Lynn Brock, Dean of Library Sciences; Greg Martin, Associate Professor of Library Science; and Adam Wagner, 2016 Cedarville alumnus, collaborated on an article that was published in the winter 2017 edition of Teaching American Literature: A Journal of Theory and Practice. The article discusses their collaborative work to recover and make available to modern readers the Martha McMillan journals that Cedarville maintains and preserves in the University’s archives. 

Dr. John Mortensen, Professor of Music, has been invited to return to the Republic of Malta in 2018 to serve on the jury of the Valletta International Piano Competition. The jury consists of music professors from Europe’s leading conservatories.

Dr. Michael Firmin, Professor of Psychology, presented a research poster session at the 61st Annual Conference of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies in Chicago, IL.  The presentation was co-authored with Dr. Ruth Markham, Associate Professor of Psychology, East Tennessee State University psychology doctoral student K. C. Pugh, Grace College graduate student Valerie Sohn, and CU psychology major Emily Gentry.  The poster session was titled: Outcomes of adoption for Christian adoptive parents:  A qualitative study.

Dr. Michael Parrott, Assistant Professor of Bible, published an article in the Luther Rice Journal of Christian Studies, spring 2017, Vol. 2, titled “A Dichotomist View of Spiritual Formation and Spiritual Growth.”

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