Faculty Activities in November 2014

The faculty of Johnson University participate in many activities beyond their normal teaching responsibilities, including writing, speaking, presenting at academic meetings, mission trips, and community involvement. Occasionally, we will publish updates on these activities. The list below describes some faculty activities in November 2014.

Steve Cook (Professor of Old Testament, TN) attended the International Conference on Missions from November 14 to 16 in Columbus, Ohio. He also attended the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting from November 22 to 25 in San Diego, California.

Kristel Headley (Assistant Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences, TN) gave a presentation entitled "Connecting with Third Culture Kids (TCKs) in University and Secondary Settings" at the Tennessee Counseling Association Conference in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, from November 22 to 25.

On November 11, Gregory Linton (Associate Provost for Accreditation) and Gerald Mattingly (Professor of Intercultural Studies, TN) attended a lecture on “Sherman’s March to the Sea” by Ed Bearrs at the Knoxville Civil War Roundtable.

In September and November, Jerome Prinston (Associate Professor of Bible and Education, TN) led leadership training seminars for French-Creole leaders at the French-Speaking Baptist Church of Nassau in Roosevelt NY. These seminars gather leaders from around New York City. He has been holding these leadership seminars in major U.S. cities every two months for the past several years.

Posted: 11/10/2014 3:16:13 PM


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