Faculty and Staff

Faculty and Staff Accomplishments

Dr. Lindsey McCarty, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, had a paper published in the journal Computers & Operations Research in February 2018.  The title of the paper is “Preemptive Rerouting of Airline Passengers under Uncertain Delays.”  The volume is 90C, pages 1-11.  The paper was written with Amy E. M. Cohn, Associate Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering at the University of Michigan.

Dr. Mark Gathany, Associate Professor of Biology, recently co-authored a research article on raccoon diets and roundworm prevalence. The citation follows: Rigley S., Ingle M., Gathany M., Knox C. and Dunbar S. Raccoon (Procyon Lotor) Diets Shed Light on Baylisascaris Procyonis Roundworm Prevalence. J Ecol & Nat Resources 2017, 1(2):000110.

Dr. Carlos Elias, Professor of Music, will be presenting at the Ohio Music Educator Association’ State Convention on February 5th. The topic for his presentation is “Tango Music for Violin and Piano.”  Dr. Elias has also been invited to perform as a soloist with the Valley Symphony in Montrose, Colorado on February 25.  He will be performing Max Bruch’s  Violin Concerto No. 1 in g minor.

Dr. Jeremy Ervin, Dean, School of Education and Associate Professor of Education, and Dr. Margaret Grigorenko, Associate Professor of Education, each presented 3 sessions at the 2017 International School Consortium’s China Education Conference in Wuhan, China with the theme of “GROW: Teaching in Relationship, Learning in Community” on Nov. 16-18, 2017. Additionally, Dr. Ervin, presented several workshops in late fall and early winter at the Mid-America Region Association of Christian Schools International’s Professional Development Forum in Columbus, OH and at Rutland Area Christian School in Rutland, VT.

Dr. Michael Firmin, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, published a peer-reviewed journal article with former CU Associate Professor of Psychology Ruth Markham, East Tennessee State University psychology doctoral student K. C. Pugh, Grace College graduate student Valerie Sohn, and CU psychology alumna Emily Gentry. The citation follows: Firmin, M., Pugh, K. C., Markham, R. L., Sohn, V., & Gentry, E. (2017). Outcomes of  adoption for Christian parents: A qualitative study.  Journal of Psychology and  Christianity, 36, 16-28.

 

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