Lipscomb University

Christian Scholars' Conference

SESSIONS

American Religion Section

“History of Stone-Campbell Higher Education in Texas”

Frank V. Bellizzi, Amarillo College, Convener

  • Carisse Mickey Berryhill, Abilene Christian University, “‘Read and Forget Us Not’: The History of Lockney Christian College, 1894-1918”
  • David Langford, Quaker Avenue Church of Christ, Lubbock, TX“A Tale of Two Colleges: Reflections on the Beginning and Ending of the Gunter/Littlefield Bible Colleges”
  • Frank V. Bellizzi, Amarillo College, “‘Athens of the Panhandle’: A Brief History of Hereford College, 1902-1911”
  • Steven S. Lemley, Lubbock Christian University, Respondent

“Major Book Review: Amy Collier Artman, The Miracle Lady: Kathryn Kuhlman and the Transformation of Charismatic Christianity (Eerdmans, 2019)”

Scott Billingsley, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Convener

  • Margaret English de Alminana, Southeastern University, Reviewer
  • Loretta Hunnicutt, Pepperdine University, Reviewer
  • Scott Billingsley, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Convener and Reviewer
  • Amy Collier Artman, Missouri State University, Respondent

“Major Book Review: James L. Gorman, Among the Evangelicals: The Transatlantic Origins of the Stone-Campbell Movement, (Abilene Christian University Press, 2017)”

Douglas F. Foster, Abilene Christian University, Convener

  • Carisse Berryhill, Abilene Christian University, Reviewer
  • Mark Toulouse, Emmanuel College, University of Toronto, Reviewer
  • Jeremy Hegi, Lubbock Christian University, Reviewer
  • James L. Gorman, Respondent

“Major Book Review: James L. Gorman, Jeff W. Childers, and Mark W. Hamilton, eds., Slavery’s Long Shadow: Race and Reconciliation in American Christianity (Eerdmans, 2019)”

Corey J. Markum, Freed-Hardeman University, Convener

  • Amy Artman, Missouri State University, Reviewer
  • Edward Carson, The Governor’s Academy, Reviewer
  • Stacy Patty, Lubbock Christian University, Reviewer
  • Fred A. Bailey, Abilene Christian University (emeritus), Respondent

“Major Book Review: The Resilience of Religion in American Higher Education, John Schmalzbauer and Kathleen A. Mahoney, (Baylor University Press 2018)”

Kathy Pulley, Missouri State University, Convener

  • Connie Horton, Pepperdine University
  • Richard Hughes, Lipscomb University
  • Robert Randolph, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Emeritus
  • John Schmalzbauer, Missouri State University, Respondent

“Major Book Review: Richard T. Hughes, The Myths America Lives By: White Supremacy and the Stories that Give Us Meaning, 2d ed. (University of Illinois Press, 2018)

Todd M. Brenneman, Faulkner University, Convener

  • Raymond C. Carr, Pepperdine University, Reviewer
  • Doug Foster, Abilene Christian University, Reviewer
  • Angela Sims, St. Paul School of Theology, Reviewer
  • Richard T. Hughes, Lipscomb University, Respondent

“The Radical Kingdom Vision of Barton Stone, James A. Harding, and David Lipscomb Still Lives Today”

Richard T. HughesLipscomb University, Convener

  • Lee Camp, Lipscomb University
  • Leonard Allen, Lipscomb University
  • Catherine Meeks, Executive Director, Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing, Atlanta
  • John Mark Hicks, Lipscomb University
  • Robin Meyers, Senior Minister, Mayflower United Church of Christ, Oklahoma City
  • Raymond Carr, Pepperdine University, Respondent

Biblical Interpretations Section

“Major Book Review: Keith Stanglin, The Letter and Spirit of Biblical Interpretation: From the Early Church to Modern Practice (Baker Academic, 2018)”

Brad East, Abilene Christian University, Convener

  • Kelli Gibson, Abilene Christian University
  • Joseph Gordon, Johnson University
  • John Mark Hicks, Lipscomb University
  • Keith Stanglin, Austin Graduate School of Theology, Respondent

Christianity, Literature and Language Section

“Linguistics and the Pursuit of Goodness, Truth, and Beauty”

Olga Pahom, Lubbock Christian University, Convener

  • Laura Brandenburg and Karen Beth Strovas, Wayland Baptist University, “In the Beginning Was Grammar: Uniting Grammar and Faith in the English Classroom”
  • Stephen Watters, SIL International, “Truth and Beauty in Language Diversity”
  • Kristen Fleckenstein, University of Texas at Arlington, Respondent 

“The Revenge of the Aesthetic: Beauty and Morality in the Contemporary Humanities”

Matthew Bardowell, Missouri Baptist UniversityConvener

  • Chris Shrock, Ohio Valley University, “Revenge of Scottish Enlightenment Objectivity: Thomas Reid and Beauty as Secondary Quality”
  • Bill Carroll, Abilene Christian University, “In Our Own Image: The Aesthetic Argument of Oscar Wilde’s “The Happy Prince”
  • Mike Rogers, Abilene Christian University, “Unity Through Group Singing”

Church & Academy Section

“Schools of Wisdom: Formation Toward Wisdom in the Church and the Academy”

Brandon Pierce, Stamford Church of Christ, Stamford CT, and Paul Watson, Cole Mill Road Church of Christ, Durham NC, Co-Conveners

  • Sarah Dannemiller, Abilene Christian University, “Spiritual Formation as Empowerment for Women in the Church and Academy”
  • Robert Jackson, Jr., Lipscomb University, “Frenemies: Can Seminary and the Local Church Coexist as Schools of Wisdom?”
  • Brady Bryce, Abilene Christian University, “Comparing the Academy and Church's Expectations of What a Minister Should Know”
  • Carson Reed, Abilene Christian University, Respondent

Civil Rights Section

“Wisdom and Terror” 

Stanley TalbertUnion Theological Seminary, Convener.  A Peer Reviewed Session.

  • S. Kyle Johnson, “James Baldwin and Demons: A Theological Reading”
  • Anthony Jermain Ross-Allam, Union Theological Seminary, “Resounding Terror: Remembering and Recomposing the Black Body Politic”
  • Orlander Thomas, Duke University, “Jubilee Justice in a Context of Terror: A Homiletical Perspective”
  • Angela D. Sims, Saint Paul School of Theology, Respondent

Creative Writing Section

“The Poetry of Naomi Shihab Nye”

John Struloeff, Pepperdine University, Convener

  • Nancy Posey, Abilene Christian University, “A Different Kind of Famous”
  • Paulette Bane, Harding University, “Poetry as Recipe for Living”
  • Ann Brown, Harding University, “Places to Stay”
  • John Struloeff, Pepperdine University, “Ways to Pray”
  • Naomi Shihab Nye, Respondent

Nye will join the discussion.

“Pursuing Wisdom Through Poetry: A Reading”

John Struloeff, Pepperdine University, Convener

  • Rebecca Allison Justus, Iowa State University
  • Al Haley, Abilene Christian University
  • Micah Heatwole, Lubbock Christian University
  • John Struloeff, Pepperdine University

“Pursuing Wisdom Through Poetry, Fiction, and Memoir: A Reading”

Terry Engel, Harding University, Convener

  • Christopher Snook, University of King’s College
  • Ann Brown, Harding University
  • Paulette Bane, Harding University
  • Terry Engel, Harding University

“Stars Buried in Darkness: A Reading”

Steven T. Moore, Abilene Christian University, Convener

  • Debbie Williams, Abilene Christian University
  • Steven T. Moore, Abilene Christian University
  • Shelly Sanders, Abilene Christian University
  • Sherry Rankin, Abilene Christian University

David Brooks Section

“Engaging David Brooks: Theological Themes, Ethics, and Political Theology”

Stacy Patty, Lubbock Christian University, Convener

  • Jodie Lyon, University of Georgia 
  • Brandon Pierce, Stamford, CT, Church of Christ
  • Arthur Sutherland, Loyola University, Maryland

Early Career Scholars in the Theological Disciplines Section

“Wisdom and Terror”

Stanley Talbert, Union Theological Seminary, Convener.  A Peer Reviewed Session.

  • S. Kyle Johnson, “James Baldwin and Demons: A Theological Reading”
  • Anthony Jermain Ross-Allam, Union Theological Seminary, “Resounding Terror: Remembering and Recomposing the Black Body Politic”
  • Orlander Thomas, Duke University, “Jubilee Justice in a Context of Terror: A Homiletical Perspective”
  • Angela D. Sims, Saint Paul School of Theology, Respondent

Education Section

“G Is for Gun: Documentary and Discussion (two sessions)”

David Boyer, Lubbock Christian University, Convener

  • Denver Crum, Springlake – Earth Independent School District, Superintendent   
  • Cullen Grinnan, Our Lady of the Lake University. Program Coordinator for Clinical Mental Health
  • Chief Jody Scifres, Lubbock Independent School District, Police Department

Health Sciences Section

“Discovery in Sciences: Research Updates in the Basic, Biomedical, and Rehab Sciences”

Joseph E. Deweese, Lipscomb University, Convener

  • William E. Luttrell, Oklahoma Christian University, “Effects of a Series of Ketone Compounds on Liver Microsomal Aniline Hydroxylase Activity in Mice—Implications for Ketone-Drug Interactions in Exposed Workers.”
  • Andrew C. Setliff, Isabella G. Sifuentes, Lucy Porter, Andy M. Laughlin, Bart D. Durham, and Doug Swartz, Lubbock Christian University, “Monitoring Antibiotic Resistance Derived from Indirect Potable Water Reuse in a Naïve Ecosystem.”
  • Daniel B. Whitefield, Li Lan, Shelly Peyton, and Kris N. Dahl, Carnegie Mellon University; University of Pittsburgh; University of Massachusetts at Amherst, “Chromatin Mechanical Response To A Variety Of Clinically Relevant Stimuli.”
  • Kristine G. Hoang, Jared Rhoades, Salvador Cordova, Chase W. Nelson, and Joseph E. Deweese, Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy; FMS Foundation; Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics, American Museum of Natural History; Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, “Progress Toward Mapping the Domain Functions of the C-terminus of Human Type II Topoisomerases.”

“Innovative Educational Delivery and Clinical Partnerships in the Health Sciences

Scott Weston, Harding University, Convener

  • Melissa Long, Rebekah Mullins, Adam Ybarra, and Marla Panzer Abilene Christian University, “Interprofessional Education with Unexpected Professions: Using Simulated Learning for Patient Evaluation Skills.”
  • Hope Martin, Abilene Christian University, “Assessment of Student Critical Thinking Utilizing a Maker Lab in an Occupational Therapy Curriculum.”
  • JoAnn Long and Jaimey Roney, Lubbock Christian University; Covenant Health Systems, “Research-Focused Academic-Clinical Partnerships in Nursing: Benefits and Challenges.”
  • Jennifer Gray, Oklahoma Christian University, “Competency-Based Education for Health Professions.”

“Integration of Faith and Missions in Health Sciences Curriculum”

Chris Huggins, Lubbock Christian University, Convener

  • Mike McGalliard, Harding University, “Medical Missions as an Integral Feature in Physical Therapy Curriculum.”
  • Henry North, Harding University College of Pharmacy, “Vision Screening with the Searcy Lions Club and Tender Loving Care.”
  • Doug Dendy, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, “Perspectives on Faith and Professionalism in Health Sciences Curriculum: Limitations and Opportunities in Public Universities.”
  • Mark Wilkinson, Lubbock Christian University, “Spirituality in the Nursing Classroom.”

“Perspectives on Endurance Running: Body, Mind, and Spirit”

Monica Williams, Lubbock Christian University, Convener

  • Amanda Boston, Lubbock Christian University, “Chemistry and Running.”
  • Ken Cukrowski, Abilene Christian University, “The Other Disciple Outran Peter (John 20:4): Theological Reflection on the Body, Spiritual Formation, and Endurance Exercise.”
  • Matthew Ruiz, Lipscomb University, “Psychology of Endurance Running: What we know and what’s to come.”
  • Laurel Littlefield, Lipscomb University, “Physiology of Endurance Running: Current Consensus on Cardiovascular Responses.”

Higher Education Section

“Major Book Review: The Resilience of Religion in American Higher Education, John Schmalzbauer and Kathleen A. Mahoney, (Baylor University Press 2018)”

Kathy Pulley, Missouri State University, Convener

  • Connie Horton, Pepperdine University
  • Richard Hughes, Lipscomb University
  • Robert Randolph, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Emeritus
  • John Schmalzbauer, Missouri State University, Respondent

“Spiritual Formation in Higher Education”

John Boyles, Suzie Macaluso, Amanda PittmanAbilene Christian UniversityCo-Conveners

  • John Boyles, Suzie Macaluso, Amanda Pittman, Abilene Christian University, “Results from a Two Year Study of the Spiritual Lives of First Year College Students”
  • Eric Wilson, Pepperdine University, “Research Results on Spiritual Formation and Social Action Among Pepperdine Students”
  • Gary Selby, Emmanuel Seminary at Milligan College
  • Heather Gorman, Johnson University, Respondent

Interdisciplinary Section

“Apprenticeship In Art – Two Writers”

David Fleer, Lipscomb University, Convener

  • John R. Erickson, Mentor, Author of the Hank the Cowdog series
  • Nathan (S.J.) Dahlstrom, Mentee, Author of the Wilder Good series

“Enhancing the Student Experience through the Review and Replacement of Enterprise Resource Planning Software”

Karl Mahan, Lubbock Christian University, Convener

  • Brian Starr, Lubbock Christian University,
  • Robert Smith, Lubbock Christian University
  • Mike Green, Lipscomb University
  • Rob Cardelli, Peak Performance Technologies LLC
  • Jack Kramer, Campus Management Corporation

Journalism Section

“Evangelicals, Truth and the News”

Christina Littlefield, Pepperdine University, Convener

  • Todd M. Brenneman, Faulkner University, “Puff Graham?: Contemporary Evangelicalism and the News”
  • Doug Mendenhall, Abilene Christian University, “Seeking Truth: Journalism History and Ethics”
  • Brian Calfano, University of Cincinnati, “Let Expedience Be Your Guide: The Secular Sea Change of American Evangelicals”

“News Organization and the Integrity of Information: How do we change the perception of trustworthiness?”

Doug Mendenhall, Abilene Christian University, Convener

  • Elizabeth Smith, Pepperdine University
  • Michael Anastasi, The Tennessean and USA TODAY
  • Eric Tryggestad, Christian Chronicle
  • Doug Mendenhall, Abilene Christian University

Missional Theology and World Christianity Section

“Cross-cultural Friendships and the Emergence of the Stone-Campbell Movement as a Global Christian Tradition”

Jeremy Hegi, Boston University, Convener

  • Yukikazu Obata, Ibaraki Christian University, “Friendship Across the Pacific: The Outcome of O. D. Bixler’s Mission During the Post-Pacific War Era”
  • Jim Beck, Lubbock Christian University, “Cultivating Incarnational Mission Practices: The Necessity of Vulnerability in Building Cross-cultural Friendships”
  • Jeremy Hegi, Boston University, “Sarah Andrews and Iki Naemura: A Case Study on the Role of Friendship in the Creation of Transnational Christian Traditions”
  • Dyron Daughrity, Pepperdine University, Respondent

New Testament Section

“Ancient Rhetoric, Hebrews, and the New Testament: Engaging Michael Wade Martin and Jason A. Whitlark, Inventing Hebrews: Design and Purpose in Ancient Rhetoric, Cambridge University Press, 2018”

John Harrison, Oklahoma Christian University, Convener      

  • Michael W. Martin, Lubbock Christian University and Jason A. Whitlark, Baylor University, Presenters
  • James W. Thompson, Abilene Christian University, Respondent
  • Heather M. Gorman, Johnson University, Respondent

“Philodemus and the New Testament: Continuing Explorations of how Philodemus’ On Household Management Might Inform the Study of New Testament Literature”

Kindalee Pfremmer De Long, Pepperdine University, Convener

  • Richard A. Wright, Abilene Christian University, Presenter
  • Christopher Hutson, Abilene Christian University, Respondent
  • John T. Fitzgerald, University of Notre Dame, Respondent

Patristics Section

“The Sixth Annual Everett Ferguson Lecture in Early Christian Studies”

Tera Harmon, Abilene Christian University, Convener

  • Brian E. Daley, S.J., University of Notre Dame, “‘The Beginning of his Ways’:  Christ as God’s Personified Wisdom in the Early Greek Fathers”

“Suffering, Atonement, and Shaping History in Patristic Sources”

Tera Harmon, Abilene Christian University, Convener

  • Mark Wiebe, Lubbock Christian University, “Pain and Privation: A Constructive Defense of an Augustinian View of Evil”
  • J. Caleb Little, Baylor University, “The Deceiver Deceived: The Self-Deception of the Devil in Gregory of Nyssa”
  • Jacob A. Lollar, Abilene Christian University, “Make Edessa Great Again: Refugees, Religion, and Reconstructing History in Late Antique Syria”

Practical Theology Section 

“Children and Worship among the Community: Considering Welcome, Wisdom, and Changing Practice in Contemporary Churches of Christ”

Shannon Clarkson Rains, Lubbock Christian University, Convener

  • Jennifer Reinsch Schroeder, North Atlanta Church of Christ, Panelist
  • Ron Bruner, Westview Boys’ Home, Panelist
  • Shannon Clarkson Rains, Lubbock Christian University, Panelist

“Christian Identity, Vocation, and Community in a Secular Age”

Robert Wells, Hospice of Lubbock, Convener

  • Robert Wells, Hospice of Lubbock, “Cross-pressured Faith in a Secular Age: Phenomenology, Method, and Narrating Christian Identity” 
  • Ben Ries, Abilene Christian University, “Workplace Spirituality, Diversity, and the Contemplative Life”
  • John York, Lipscomb University, “Rebirthing a Church without Losing the Kingdom Location”
  • Robert M. Randolph, MIT, Respondent

“Current Trends in Homiletics: Conversations in Theory and Practice”

Tim SensingAbilene Christian University Graduate School of Theology, and Mason LeePrinceton Theological Seminary, Co-Conveners

  • Ronald Allen, Christian Theological Seminary, “Invitation: Preaching from the Perspective of Process Theology”
  • Mason Lee, Princeton Theological Seminary, “Prophets and Sour Grapes: Wrestling with Tradition in Homiletical Theology”
  • Amy McLaughin-Sheasby, Boston University School of Theology, “Witnessing Wounds: Toward a Trauma-Informed Homiletic”
  • Bryan Nash, Eastview Church of Christ, Salem, IN, Respondent
  • Ian Nickerson, Minda Street Church of Christ, Abilene, TX, Respondent
  • Jarrod Robinson, Southern Hills Church of Christ, Abilene, TX, Respondent

“The Living Pulpit: A Stone-Campbell Dialog about Preaching”

Tim Sensing, Abilene Christian University, Convener

  • Ron Allen, Christian Theological Seminary, Introduction to The Living Pulpit
  • Newell Williams, Brite Divinity School, History of The Living Pulpit (4 vols)
  • Micki Pulleyking, Missouri State University, Response from Multiple Perspectives
  • Doug Skinner, Dallas TX, Response from Disciples of Christ
  • Josh Haynes, Raintree Christian Church, Lubbock TX, Response from Churches of Christ/Christian Church
  • Barry Stephens, Monterey Church of Christ, Lubbock TX, Response from Churches of Christ

“Major Book Review: Gary S. Selby, Pursuing an Earthy Spirituality: C. S. Lewis and Incarnational Faith (InterVarsity Academic, 2019)”

Rhonda Lowry, Lipscomb University, Convener

  • Jana Anderson, Lubbock Christian University
  • Jeff Cary, Lubbock Christian University
  • Carson Reed, Abilene Christian University
  • Lauren Leatherberry, Pepperdine University
  • Gary S. Selby, Respondent

“Media, Art, and Liturgy: Exploring the Influence of Visual Art and Media Technology on Worship in Churches with Stone-Campbell Ties”

Trey Shirley, Abilene Christian University, Convener

  • Carisse Berryhill, Abilene Christian University, “Here is Water: Allegory and Acceptance of Baptistery Murals in Mid-20th Century Churches of Christ”
  • Shawn Hughes, Lubbock Christian University, “Worship Media in a Changing Environment: An Examination of the Use of Media in the Church of Christ”
  • Matt Pinson, Highland Church of Christ, Abilene, TX, “Envisioning a Pathway to Discipleship at Highland Church of Christ”
  • Trey Shirley, Abilene Christian University, Convener, “Projecting a Vision: A Case Study on the Relationship Between Environmental Projection and Liturgy at Oak Hills Church”

Perspective Criticism for Biblical Interpretation and Preaching”

Jesse LongLubbock Christian University, Convener

  • Gary Yamasaki, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, “Perspective Criticism”
  • Rachel Gould, Vanderbilt University, “Perspective Criticism: A Literary Response”
  • Jesse Long, Lubbock Christian University, “Perspective Criticism in Biblical Interpretation
  • Bryan Nash, Eastview Church of Christ, Salem, IN, Perspective Criticism in Homiletics

“Spiritual Formation in College: Means and Measures”

Suzie Macaluso, Abilene Christian University, Convener

  • Gary S. Selby, Emmanuel Christian Seminary at Milligan College, “Bodies, Communities, and Social Imaginaries: Practicing Holistic Spiritual Formation at Emmanuel Christian Seminary”
  • John H. Boyles and Amanda Jo Pittman, Abilene Christian University, “Journeys of Faith: Spiritual Formation of First Year Students at ACU”
  • Eric Wilson, Pepperdine University “Sacred Dramaturgy: The Craft and Care of Student Spiritual Formation”
  • Heather Gorman, Johnson University, Respondent

Science Section

“The Wisdom of Sustainability in Climate Change”

Stacy Patty, Lubbock Christian University, Convener

  • Katharine Hayhoe, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Climate Science Center, Texas Tech University
  • Daniel Gordon, Professor of Faith and Science, Lipscomb University
  • Kendra Jernigan, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science, Abilene Christian University
  • Luke Morgan, Doctoral Student in Ecocriticism and Environmental Literature, Texas Tech University

“Writing in the Undergraduate Sciences”

George D. Parks, FuelScience LLC, Convener

  • Amanda J. Nichols, Oklahoma Christian University, “Training Undergraduates to Write Both Technically and Non-Technically in the Sciences”
  • Drew Brandon, California State University, Bakersfield, “The Three Ps of Academia: Sharing Knowledge Through Papers, Posters, and Presentations”
  • George Parks, FuelScience LLC, “Writing in the Corporation: A Critical Career Skill”

Theology Section

“Major Book Review: Joseph Gordon, Divine Scripture in Human Understanding: A Systematic Theology of the Christian Bible (University of Notre Dame Press, 2019)”

Brad East, Abilene Christian University, Convener

  • Fred Aquino, Abilene Christian University
  • Keith Stanglin, Austin Graduate School of Theology
  • Brad East, Abilene Christian University
  • Joseph Gordon, Johnson University, Respondent

“On Divine Simplicity: Its Relevance for Contemporary Theology,” A Working Group 

Frederick D. Aquino, Abilene Christian University, Convener

  • John Kern, Boston College, Presenter
  • Chance Juliano, Abilene Christian University, Presenter
  • Mark Wiebe, Lubbock Christian University, Respondent

“On Wisdom: The Intersection of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty,” A Working Group

Frederick D. AquinoAbilene Christian University, Convener

  • David Mahfood, Johnson University, “Wisdom: A Thomistic Sketch”
  • Paul Morris, Cambridge, MA, “Thoughts on Wisdom and Natural Beauty in an Age of High Technology”
  • Frederick D. AquinoAbilene Christian University, “An Integrative Habit of Mind”

Poster Session

“Health Science Poster Session”

      Toby J. Rogers, Lubbock Christian University, Convener

This poster session intends to highlight individual research, original thoughts, and application of new pedagogical approaches and technology.  It includes submissions related to basic, biomedical, clinical, behavioral, and rehabilitation sciences.  The authors responsible for each poster will be available to discuss their work and to provide additional information.  This session will heighten interest in research occurring at a variety of institutions and promote professional growth and networking opportunities.  

  • Valerie U. Oji, Lovely A. Thornton, Alexis Woodard, Kaitlin Ballek, and Heather RogersHarding UniversitySensible Women’s InitiativeINCTowson University College of Education, “African American Womens’ Perspectives on Mental Health Service Needs and Factors Impacting Health Service-Seeking Behavior.”
  • Steve Bonner, JoAnn Long, S. Sliva, H. Cimino, and T. GuinnLipscomb UniversityLubbock Christian University, “Adolescent Moral Development: Effectiveness of Engaging Youth in the Critical Appraisal of Theological Content.”
  • JoAnn Long and Sarah DoddLubbock Christian UniversityTexas Tech University, “Self-Perception and Affective Neural Response to Eating Behavior During Review of Personalized Food Images.”
  • Daniel B. Whitefield, Li Lan, Shelly Peyton, and Kris N. DahlCarnegie Mellon UniversityUniversity of PittsburghUniversity of Massechusetts at Amherst,  “Chromatin Mechanical Response to a Variety of Clinically Relevant Stimuli.”
  • Theresa NaldozaAbilene Christian University, “Effect of Metacognitive Strategy on Nursing Students’ Achievement and Engagement in an Active Learning Exercise.”
  • Cathy NorthrupAbilene Christian University, “Improving Safety in Children’s Medication Administration: An Intervention for Practicing Nurses.”
  • Toby Brooks and Doug DendyTexas Tech University Health Sciences Center, “Knee Injury Prevention Programming for Female Athletes: Enhancing Performance and Preventing Injury Through Whole-Person Development.”
  • Kristine G. Hoang, Jared Rhoades, Salvador Cordova, Chase W. Nelson, and Joseph E. DeweeseLipscomb University College of PharmacyFMS FoundationSackler Institute for Comparative GenomicsAmerican Museum of Natural HistoryVanderbilt University School of Medicine, “Progress Toward Mapping the Domain Functions of the C-terminus of Human Type II Topoisomerases.”
  • Brooke Boston, Brittany Petty, Megan Spence, and Scott Weston, Harding University College of Pharmacy, “Medical Missions Curricular Tracks in U.S. Colleges of Pharmacy.”
  • Forest L. Smith, Ashley Malkowski, and James TarrantHarding University College of Pharmacy, “Enhancement of Student Knowledge Beyond Lecture Using Play-Doh and Beads to Construct Concentration-response Curves.”
  • Rana Abdulamir, Kofi Sefah, Jacob Hatvany, James Tarrant, Kwame Yeboah, and Forrest L. SmithHarding University College of Pharmacy, “Increased Student Knowledge of Differences in IR- and ER-Metoprolol Formulation Dissolution in a Stomach-duodenum Model.”

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