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Faculty notes

  • **Holloway-Friesen, H.** (2018, October). On the road home: A content analysis of commuters' sense of belonging. *College Student Affairs Journal, 36*(2), 81-96.​
    Holly Holloway-Friesen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Director, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Program (Inland Empire and High Desert Regional Campuses), Department of Psychology; Adjunct Professor, Department of Higher Education
  • **Mullins, R.** (2020-2023). [Member, Board of Trustees], American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR). Arlington, VA.​
    Robert Mullins, Ph.D., Chair and Professor, Department of Biblical and Religious Studies
  • **Schrum, E.**, Dzuback, M. A., Geiger, R., Loss, C., Nelson, A., & Turpin, A. (2019, November). *The instrumental university: Education in service of the national agenda after World War II *[Round table discussion for book]. History of Education Society 59th Annual Meeting, Columbus, OH. **Schrum, E**., Brick, H., Heyck, H., Lacy, T., Levine, E., & Reuben, J. (2019, November). *The instrumental university: Education in service of the national agenda after World War II* [Round table discussion for book]. 2019 Society for U.S. Intellectual History Conference, The New School, New York City, NY.​
    Ethan Schrum, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of History and Political Science
  • **Thorsen, D.** (2019, November)*. Ultimate reality: Buddha and reincarnation, Jesus Christ and salvation *[Panel discussion]. Buddhist-Christian Dialogue, National Council of Churches, Hsi Lai Temple, Hacienda Heights, CA.​
    Don Thorsen, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Biblical and Theological Studies
  • **Trammel, R. C.** (2019, November). *Integrating body, mind, and soul: The value and practice of integrating Christian mindfulness in social work practice *[Invited presentation]. Annual Conference of the North American Association of Christians in Social Work, Indianapolis, IN. **Trammel, R. C**., Boyd, S., & Monteverdi, J. (2019, November).* Leveraging belief and unbelief for reflective learning in social work: Professor and student narratives in a Christian university* [Conference presentation]. Annual Conference of the North American Association of Christian in Social Work, Indianapolis, IN.​
    Regina Chow Trammel, Ph.D., LCSW, Associate Professor, MSW Program, Department of Social Work
  • **Un, J.** (2019, October). *Blogging to reflect: 21st century approach to journaling in field education *[Poster presentation]. Council on Social Work Education 65th Annual Program Meeting, Denver, Colorado.​
    Jean Un, MSW, LCSW, Assistant Professor, MSW Program, Department of Social Work
  • **Schrum, E. **(2019, October). *How did we get here? Changing approaches to collegiate moral formation after World War II* [Roundtable discussion]. Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture: The Character of the University, Waco TX. **Schrum, E. **(2019, October). *The research university as an instrument of civil society in twentieth century America* [Roundtable discussion]. 44th Annual Social Science History Association Conference, Chicago IL.**Schrum, E.** (2019, November). *25th Anniversary retrospective on George Marsden’s the soul of the American university: From protestant establishment to established nonbelief* [Panel presentation]. History of Education Society Annual Meeting, Columbus OH.​
    Ethan Schrum, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of History and Political Science
  • **Thorsen, D.** (2019, November).* Varieties of Christian spirituality, spiritual practice, and spiritual formation* [Paper presentation]. Hindu-Christian Dialogue, National Council of Churches, Sanatan Dharma Temple, Norwalk, CA.​
    Don Thorsen, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Biblical and Theological Studies
  • **Gutierrez, V.** (2019, October). *María de la Paz, viuda obrajera de Cholula a finales del siglo XVI (Maria de la Paz: Widowed textile mill owner in Cholula at the end of the sixteenth century) *[Colloquium Spanish-language presentation]. Mirada retrospectiva sobre Tollan Cholollan Tlachihualtépetl a 500 años de la masacre (Retrospective look at Tollan Cholollan Tlachihualtépetl 500 years after the massacre), Centro Humanísticos fray Bernardino de Sahagún, Biblioteca Franciscana, Universidad de las Ámericas-Puebla, San Pedro Cholula, Puebla, México.​
    Verónica Gutiérrez, MFA, Ph.D., Director of Undergraduate Research; Associate Professor of Latin American History, Department of History and Political Science
  • Yahalom-Mack, N., Panitz-Cohen, N., Eshel, T., &** Mullins, R. **(2019). A late bronze IIB silver hoard from Tel Abel Beth Maacah. *Israel Exploration Journal, 69*(2), 129-153.​
    Robert Mullins, Ph.D., Chair and Professor, Department of Biblical and Religious Studies