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Dung Tran Article Published

Posted by: JoAnn | April 14, 2014 | No Comment |

Good Day All,

It recently came to DPLS attention that one of our doctoral students, Dung Q. Tran had an article published in the March 2014 edition of Communication Research Trends, a journal edited by Fr. Paul Soukup, S.J., Chair of the Communication Department at Santa Clara University. His essay, titled “Faith and a Contemporary Context for American Catholic Higher Education,” begins on page 29, and is based on the paper Dung presented at the Walter Ong, S.J. Conference that Gonzaga COM-L Department hosted in February.  See attached pdf.

CRT_vol33_n1_March_2014.Dung Tran Article Inside

 

Congratulations Dung!

DPLS Faculty

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Job opportunity at Regent, in Virginia Beach

Posted by: ferch | April 9, 2014 | No Comment |

Dr. Kathleen Patterson, professor at Regent University requested this be forwarded to our doctoral students and alumni.

Please note, this position may be of more interest to some than others as it is at a specific Christian-based university.  See the job description below.

Respectfully,

Dr. Shann Ferch

 

ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Organizational Leadership/Management/Business

Regent University’s School of Business & Leadership is seeking to fill a full-time, tenure-track faculty position commencing August 2014. This individual will teach online courses primarily in the Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership program. However, the successful candidate may also teach in any of the other programs offered at the School of Business & Leadership:  the Doctor of Strategic Leadership, the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and the Master of Business Administration.  The position requires doctoral-level training in organizational behavior, organizational leadership, management, human resources, research, and data analysis. The position is located at Regent University’s campus in Virginia Beach, VA.  Qualified applicants must have an earned doctorate in organizational leadership, management or organizational behavior. Earned doctorates in related fields may be considered. Expectations include a dedication to Christ-centered teaching and learning, a record of or potential for scholarship and peer-reviewed publication, and experience with online instructional technology. The mission of Regent University is to provide graduate education for students seeking to integrate theory and research with a Biblical worldview and Christian perspective. Therefore, we seek applicants who have a personal commitment to Christ, who promote and demonstrate Christian values in all areas of life and learning, and who are committed to the integration of faith and reason in the educational process. Applications will be received and evaluated until the position is filled. Candidates must complete the faculty application, which is available online at www.regent.edu/jobs_faculty. Applicants should also submit a letter of interest, transcripts, curriculum vita, and a brief statement regarding their Christian experience and philosophy of education in relation to faith integration. To be considered for this position, photocopies of transcripts showing degrees conferred must be submitted with the application. Official transcripts are required at the time of employment. In addition, letters of support from three referees should be sent to the postal address listed below or emailed to ethewhi@regent.edu. NOTE: Letters of support should come directly from the referees, not from the applicant. All materials mentioned above can be submitted electronically in PDF or Microsoft Word format to Ethel White (ethewhi@regent.edu).

  • SBL Faculty Search Committee c/o Ethel White             Office of the Dean School of Business & Leadership Regent University 1000 Regent University Drive, CRB 257 Virginia Beach, VA 23464 Email: ethewhi@regent.edu
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DPLS 705 Summer Course Online: Social Justice

Posted by: JoAnn | April 8, 2014 | No Comment |

Doctoral Students looking for a summer course . . .

Check out the link below.

Dr. David Whitfield is teaching Social Justice (DPLS 705) online.

Flyer 705 Summer 4 3 2014

 

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A tragic loss

Posted by: francovich | April 7, 2014 | No Comment |

Dear Colleagues,

I have just been informed that DPLS candidate Khalida Rashwan and her family have lost their son and brother Ali in a tragic car accident. Please join me in extending your condolences to Khalida and her entire family.

Respectfully,

Chris Francovich
Associate Professor, DPLS

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Visit with DPLS Asst. Professor Candidates

Posted by: JoAnn | April 7, 2014 | No Comment |

Hello All Doctoral Students,

You may or may not be aware that DPLS has been conducting a search for an assistant professor. From a pool of 33 applicants, we narrowed the group to 15, then phoned several and chose two to visit Gonzaga as final candidates. Dr. Sarah Chace will be on campus all day Wednesday April 2 and Dr. Kem Gambrell all day Wednesday April 9. Within these days, there will be several opportunities for doctoral students to interact with these professors. Below I have included the events, locations, days, and times in which you are invited to participate. I have also attached a document that includes the CVs of the two candidates and their letters of intent, and a separate document that is the DPLS position announcement. Please consider attending at least one or as many of these events as your busy schedules allow. Evaluation forms for each candidate will be available at each event.

This announcement will also be sent in an email and possibly posted on Facebook. We apologize ahead of time for the multiple postings, but we wanted to be sure to share this information with as many of you as possible.

DPLS.FinalApproved,PosAnnouncement10.24.2013    DPLS.AsstProf.Candidates.2014.CoverLetters.CVs

Wednesday April 2

DR. SARAH CHACE

8:30am – 9:30am Student Coffee Conversation: Meet Tilford Lobby, then Rm. 106 Student Rep. Search Committee: Fr. Buchi
12:00 – 1:30pm Lunch / Tilford 4th Floor Lobby Faculty, Staff & Doctoral Students
6:00pm – 7:30pm Presentation / Tilford Rm. 405 Dr. Francovich
Wednesday April 9

DR. KEM GAMBRELL

10:00 – 11:00 Student Coffee Conversation: Meet Tilford Lobby, then Rm. 106 Student Rep. Search Committee: Fr. Buchi
12:00 – 1:30pm Lunch / Tilford 4th Floor Lobby SPS Faculty, Staff & Doctoral Students
6:00pm – 7:30pm Presentation / Tilford Rm. 405 Dr. Francovich

JoAnn Danelo Barbour, Search Committee Chair

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Back-to-back Journal Club!

Posted by: Anna | April 7, 2014 | No Comment |

Journal Club meets again this Friday, April 11, 4-5:30 p.m., in Tilford 115. This experience is meant to be informal, enjoyable, and intellectually stimulating. Journal Club is also an opportunity to network with your colleagues from various schools, departments, and programs. Finally, Journal Club can be a platform for developing and improving teaching and presentation skills. We highly suggest that students begin engaging their area of study sooner than later. For more information about presenting and what to expect, visit www.gonzaga.edu/journalclub. As always, people are not required to present. You may just show up and join the conversation!

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Journal Club Meets Again Friday!

Posted by: Anna | March 30, 2014 | No Comment |

Journal Club meets again this Friday, April 4, 4-5:30 p.m., in Tilford 115. This experience is meant to be informal, enjoyable, and intellectually stimulating. Journal Club is also an opportunity to network with your colleagues from various schools, departments, and programs. Finally, Journal Club can be a platform for developing and improving teaching and presentation skills. We highly suggest that students begin engaging their area of study sooner than later. For more information about presenting and what to expect, visit www.gonzaga.edu/journalclub. As always, people are not required to present. You may just show up and join the conversation!

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Gonzaga University’s Comprehensive Leadership Program (CLP) presents
Leadership Over Lunch with Larry Spears, the world’s foremost scholar on
servant leadership, this Thursday, March 20th, from noon to 1pm in
the Foley Teleconference Room. Larry Spears is the President and CEO of
the Larry Spears Center for Servant Leadership. He is also a writer and editor
who has published hundreds of articles, essays, newsletters, books and other
publications on servant-leadership. Dozens of newspapers and journals have
interviewed him, including Fortune, the Indianapolis Business
Journal
, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Washington Post,
Advancing Philanthropy, and many others. A 2004 television broadcast
interview of Spears by Stone Philips on NBC’s Dateline helped to
introduce servant leadership and Robert Greenleaf to ten million viewers. All
are welcome to attend this event – no RSVP required. Sandwiches will be provided
to the first 20 people who show up
. For more information, email
clp@gonzaga.edu.

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Leadership Symposium on the Horizon

Posted by: francovich | March 10, 2014 | No Comment |

Dear colleagues,

Please note that Friday and Saturday March 21 and 22 are the symposium dates. We will be convening for a panel presentation and reception in Jepson on Friday afternoon and then moving to Cataldo for dinner and entertainment shortly thereafter. Saturday morning will begin in Jepson with presentations throughout the day.

Please register for the symposium Here – and follow the instructions. Everyone that attends should register so we get an accurate count for the meals. Please also note that this is a FREE event in terms of money and that the real cost is to your attention.

Come hear what your colleagues in the Comprehensive Leadership Program, Organizational Leadership, Communication Leadership, and Doctoral are thinking about and asking questions about!

Also note that the Spring DPLS 722 class will be presenting MOCK quantitative research project idea posters in the lobby of Jepson on Saturday.

Thank you for your participation!

Chris Francovich

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Great work Dung Tran!

Posted by: ferch | March 5, 2014 | No Comment |

 

Congratulations to doctoral candidate Dung Tran!  Dung’s application to the 8th annual Asian Theological Summer Institute (ATSI) was recently accepted.  Sponsored by the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia and supported by the Henry Luce Foundation, ATSI is an annual mentoring program for doctoral students of Asian heritage who are focused on theological education at the Ph.D. and Th.D. level.  The institute functions as a doctoral seminar to test doctoral proposals and projects in the company of guest professors and scholars serving as mentors.  Dung is especially excited to work with Fr. Peter Phan, S.T.D., Ph.D., D.D., Ignacio Ellacuria, S.J. Chair of Catholic Social Thought at Georgetown University.

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