2016 Faculty Presentations

The following are the 2016 presentations by Andrews University faculty members. Student names are italicized, and faculty are bolded within their department.

Index

College of Arts and Sciences:

School of Architecture & Interior Design

School of Business Administration:

School of Distance Education

School of Education:

School of Health Professions:

Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary:

College of Arts and Sciences

Agriculture

Garth Woodruff. “Implementing change.” 2016 Joust Discussion Presentation, Andrews Leadership Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. June 29, 2016.

Behavioral Sciences

Charles M. Abreu and Karl G. D. Bailey. “A similarity cluster analysis of eye movement patterns while viewing watercolor paintings.” Psi Chi Session, Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. May 2016.

Christiana D. Atkins and Harvey J. Burnett. “Health habits: Implications of sex, age, resilience, religiosity, stress, self-efficacy, and perceived seriousness of health habits.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Christiana D. Atkins and Harvey J. Burnett. “Moral reasoning and judgement about ending life revisited: Influences of religiosity, generation, and resilience.” Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. May 2016.

Karl G. D. Bailey. “Delight or distraction: Studies of the internalization of Sabbath keeping.” Keynote address, Adventist Human-Subject Researchers Association Conference. Huntsville, AL. May 10, 2016.

Karl G. D. Bailey, Cooper B. Hodges, and Duane C. McBride. “Different paths to alcohol use prevention in black and white religious college students.” 6th International Self-Determination Theory Conference. Victoria, BC, Canada. June 2–5, 2016.

Tiffany Bailey and Melissa Ponce-Rodas. “Relationships between lived and desired multicultural experiences and diversity of friend networks.” Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. May 5–7, 2016.

Alina Baltazar, Duane C. McBride, Gary Hopkins, and Curtis VanderWaal. “Building resilience to prevent substance abuse: Workshop 3.” NAD Emotional Wellness Summit. Orlando, FL. January 14–15, 2016.

Petr Činčala, Duane C. McBride, and René Drumm. “To give or not to give: The answer by generation.” Adventist Human-Subject Researchers Association Conference. Oakwood University, Huntsville, AL. May 10–11, 2016.

Brunna C. DaSilva, Melissa Ponce-Rodas, and Karl G. D. Bailey. “Mental health services awareness effects on students’ stress and depression.” Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. May 5–7, 2016.

Kiara Dillard and Harvey J. Burnett. “The relationship between health preferences and health.” Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. May 2016.

René Drumm, Petr Činčala, and Duane C. McBride. “‘I give to local things’: Barriers to mission giving in a North American sample of congregants.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA. October 27–30, 2016.

René Drumm, David Sedlacek, Alina Baltazar, and Duane C. McBride. “‘My life has been just like a big expectation’: Perceptions of role expectations among adult children of Seventh-day Adventist pastors.” 28th Annual Ethnographic & Qualitative Research Conference. Las Vegas, NV. February 1–2, 2016.

Amante Gonzalez and Harvey J. Burnett. “Exposure to video media and its effects on attitudes towards law enforcement.” Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. May 2016.

Herbert W. Helm Jr. and Karl G. D. Bailey. “Expectations and realities in assessing psychology programs.” 38th Annual Conference of the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology. St. Petersburg Beach, FL. January 2016.

Cooper B. Hodges, Karl G. D. Bailey, and Duane McBride. “Many roads lead to faith: Qualitative comparative analysis as a tool for studying religious internalization.” Adventist Human-Subject Researchers Association Conference. Huntsville, AL. May 10, 2016.

Cooper B. Hodges, Karl G. D. Bailey, and Duane C. McBride. “Paths to well-being through religious internalization: A QCA analysis.” 6th International Conference on Self-Determination Theory. Victoria, BC, Canada. June 2–5, 2016.

Cooper B. Hodges, Duane C. McBride, Harvey Burnett, and Karl G. D. Bailey. “Hookup culture: Predictors of engagement in casual sex.” Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. May 2016.

Gary Hopkins and Duane C. McBride. “Community service and mentoring in resilience.” NAD Emotional Wellness Summit. Orlando, FL. January 2016.

Oystein S. LaBianca. “Narrating the Longue Duree in the Southern Levant: Lessons from Tall Hisban and the Madaba Plains.” Levantine and Cyber-Archaeology Laboratory, University of California—San Diego. January 15, 2016.

Oystein S. LaBianca. “Cultural heritage in Jordan.” World Heritage Day Symposium: Protecting, Preserving, and Presenting the Cultural Heritage of the Near East to the Public. American Schools of Oriental Research & Smithsonian Institution. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC. April 18, 2016.

Oystein S. LaBianca. “Archaeology engaging the Anthropocene.” International Congress of History and Archaeology. Royal Scientific Society and Department of Antiquities, Amman, Jordan. May 22–26, 2016.

Oystein S. LaBianca. “Archaeology engaging the Anthropocene.” Archaeologists Engaging Global Challenges Symposium. Annual Meetings of the American Schools of Oriental Research. San Antonio, TX. November 16, 2016.

Duane C. McBride. Moderator for national substance use prevention, “Frameworks, systems and outcomes.” American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Expo. Denver, CO. November 2, 2016.

Duane C. McBride and Gary Hopkins. “Resilience to prevent substance abuse among youth.” Emotional Wellness Health Summit. Orlando, FL. January 17, 2016.

Duane C. McBride, David Sedlacek, René Drumm, and Annette Heck. “Building a strong pastor: Stress and coping patterns among Seventh-day Adventist pastors.” Adventist Conference on Family Research & Practice. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. July 22, 2016.

Duane C. McBride, Yvonne Terry-McElrath, and Curtis VanderWaal. “Development of drug policy.” Moving the Field Forward—Brighton Recovery Center Conference Addiction Treatment. Brighton, MI. October, 2016.

Clyde McCoy, Alejandro Mendez, Brian Foley, Paul Shapshak, H. Virginia McCoy, and Duane C. McBride. “Similarities among pathways of Zika Virus and HIV/AIDS.” American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Expo. Denver, CO. November 1, 2016.

Melissa Ponce-Rodas and Tiffany Bailey. “How my pastor helped and hurt: Survivors’ stories of clergy responses to domestic violence.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Joel Raveloharimisy. “Running to Govern vs. Running to Destroy.” African Studies Association Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C. December 3, 2016.

Joel Raveloharimisy and Ave Natalia Altius. “Study abroad best practices.” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL. April 8, 2016.

Paris D. Rollins and Karl G. D. Bailey. “The influence of a competitive atmosphere on creative task performance.” Psi Chi Session, Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. May 2016.

Kayla J. Schenkelberg, Holly R. Wilkerson, and Karl G. D. Bailey. “Religious internalization and media usage among strict Sabbath-keepers.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

David Sedlacek, Duane C. McBride, Ricardo Whyte, and Katia Reinert. Adventist Recovery Ministries Workshop. NAD Regional Health Summit: Meeting Needs, Reflecting Christ. Mountain View Conference Center, Hope, British Columbia, Canada. September 28–October 2, 2016.

Isaac Suh and Harvey J. Burnett. “Building a protective and predictive model for suicidality.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Kristen R. Witzel. “Imagining Ebola: How U.S. charities market Ebola to donors.” Midwest Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. March 23–26, 2016.

Biology

Gordon Atkins, Ashley Reichert, Shandelle M. Henson, and James L. Hayward. “The effects of the copulation song and other disturbances on the frequency and synchronization of reproductive behaviors in gulls (Larus glaucescens).” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Saharsh Dass, Shandelle M. Henson, and James L. Hayward. “A mathematical model of animal behavior.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Hazel O. Ezeribe, Linnea C. Burke, Gifty. B. Barfi, and Peter J. Lyons. “Decreased aggregation of Carboxypeptidase O upon incorporation into lipid rafts.” Experimental Biology/American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. April 2–6, 2016.

Peter J. Lyons, Christian Bardan, and Linnea C. Burke. “A possible role for carboxypeptidase O in the regulation of secretion through cleavage of C-terminal ER retention signals.” Gordon Research Conference on Protein Processing, Trafficking, and Secretion. New London, NH. July 24–29, 2016.

Temitope A. Idowu, Matthew J. Schott, and Peter J. Lyons. “Characterization of Ecm14, a fungal pseudopeptidase.” Experimental Biology/American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. April 2–6, 2016.

James L. Hayward and Shandelle M. Henson. “Climate change, cannibalism, reproductive synchrony, and tipping points in seabirds.” North American Ornithological Conference. Washington, D.C. August 17, 2016.

Shandelle M. Henson and James L. Hayward. “Effects of warming seas: Cannibalism and reproductive synchrony in a seabird colony.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Darley R. Magno and Benjamin A. Navia. “The role of octopamine in syllable-period selective phontaxis in female cricket Acheta domesticus.” 46th Annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting. San Diego, CA. November 13, 2016.

Lynn Merklin, Meredith Jones Gray, and H. Thomas Goodwin. “Examples of best practice in program assessment.” AU Teaching and Learning Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Marlene Murray. “Using case studies as an effective teaching strategy in the sciences: Examining gender and ethnic differences.” AU Teaching and Learning Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Benjamin A. Navia. “Neurobiologia de invertebrados: Lo que nos puede enseñar acerca del diseño inteligente” and “Origenes, especiacion, fe y el salon de clases.” IV Simposio de Fe y Ciencia. Universidad Adventista de las Antillas, Puerto Rico. September 9–10, 2016.

Benjamin A. Navia and Joseph Mayor. “Engaging undergraduate students in learning while teaching 6th graders.” AU Teaching and Learning Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2017.

Benjamin A. Navia, Heaven Shin, Ashley Lynch, and John Stout. “Chelerythrine chloride and its effects on behavioral and physiological responses in female cricket Acheta domesticus.” 46th Annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting. San Diego, CA. November 13, 2016.

Zach Reichert, Michael Plantak, Robert Zdor, and Ryan T. Hayes. “Isolation, characterization, and mutagenicity of heterocyclic amines derived from burned arginine and phenylalanine.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Randy Sanchez and H. Thomas Goodwin. “Hibernation in Pliocene ground squirrels from the Meade Basin, SW Kansas.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Christa Spieth, Daniel Gonzalez-Socoloske, and Leon D. Olivera-Gomez. “Calculation of Antillean manatee ( Trichechus manatus manatus) body weight using standard morphometric measurements.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Robert Zdor. “Helping premedical students develop higher levels of critical thinking.” AU Teaching and Learning Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2017.

Robert Zdor. “Soil properties, but not weed deleterious bacteria, influence the suppressive effect of mustard seed meal on velvetleaf.” Weed Science Society of America General Meeting. San Juan, Puerto Rico. February 8–11, 2016.

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Lisa Ahlberg and Desmond Murray. “Combining research and the undergraduate organic chemistry laboratory.” 2016 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO. August 2, 2016.

Ryan T. Hayes. “PAMAM dendrimer nanocontainers: A general chemistry capstone laboratory experiment using nanomaterials.” Biennial Conference on Chemical Education. University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO. August 2016.

Ryan T. Hayes, David W. Randall, and Seth Campbell. “PAMAM dendrimer nanocontainers: A general chemistry capstone laboratory experiment using nanomaterials.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Getahun Merga. “Synthesis and characterization of aqueous only medium gold nanoparticles using hydrogen gas as a reducing agent.” Global Nanotechnology Congress and Expo, 4th Scientific Federation Conference. Dubai, United Arab Emirates. April 21–23, 2016.

Zach Reichert, Michael Plantak, Robert Zdor, and Ryan T. Hayes. “Isolation, characterization, and mutagenicity of heterocyclic amines derived from burned arginine and phenylalanine.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Engineering & Computer Science

Ester Carrasco and Hyun Kwon. "ECL biosensor signal detection via mobile phone for minimal instrumentation." Midwest Biomedical Engineering Regional Conference. Champaign, IL. November 4, 2016.

Michael Hess and Hyun Kwon. “Simulation of fluid and structure interaction for design of pressure–progressing spray fitting apparatus.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Jay R. Johnson. “Kinetic Alfven waves in three-dimensional magnetic reconnection (SH21E-2573).” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA. December 12–16, 2016.

Jay R. Johnson. “Observations of EMIC waves over a wide range of magnetic shells by using multi satellite data (SM11B-2147).” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA. December 12–16, 2016.

Jay R. Johnson. “Effects of heavy ions on EMIC wave Propagation (SM11B-2151).” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA. December 12–16, 2016.

Jay R. Johnson. “Information theoretical approach to discovering solar wind drivers of the outer radiation belt (SM11B-2152).” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA. December 12–16, 2016.

Jay R. Johnson. “Dual-spacecraft studies of EMIC wave occurrence using the Van Allen probes (SM13C-06).” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA. December 12–16, 2016.

Jay R. Johnson. “On the magnetospheric heating problem (SM23B-2483).” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA. December 12–16, 2016.

Jay R. Johnson. “Kinetic scale field line resonances: A comparison of kinetic simulations and Van Allen probes observations (SM31A-2445).” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA. December 12–16, 2016.

Jay R. Johnson. “Field-aligned currents in auroral vortices (SM53A-09).” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA. December 12–16, 2016.

Hyun Kwon. “Web publication utilized as a communication tool for first year engineering students.” American Society for Engineering Education. New Orleans, LA. June 26–29, 2016.

Daniel Marsh, Jisu Choi, and Hyun Kwon. “Instrumentation strategy for mobile phone based ECL biosensor.” Midwest Biomedical Engineering Regional Conference. Champaign, IL. November 4, 2016.

Christa Spieth, Will Allen, Dominique Tan-Ng, and Boon-Chai Ng. “Evaluation of anodized aluminum for potential use as an interposer for the test socket industry.” 4 th International Scholars Conferences. Universitas Klabat, Indonesia. October 25–26, 2016.

English

Vanessa Corredera. “A case of three Desdemonas: Privilege and intersectionality inGoodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet), Desdemona: A Play about a Handkerchief, and Desdemona.” Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference. Dayton, OH. October 20–22, 2016.

Vanessa Corredera. “How dey goin to kill Othello?: Key & Peele, race, and Shakespearean influence.” World Shakespeare Congress. Stratford-Upon-Avon, England. July 31–August 6, 2016.

Vanessa Corredera. “The Moor makes a cameo: Serial, race, and the ethics of Shakespearean appropriation.” Andrews Research Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. May 6, 2016.

Vanessa Corredera. “Teaching Renaissance race and drama.” Shakespeare Association of America. New Orleans, LA. March 25, 2016.

D. Ivan Davis, Jr. “Something (old and) new in first-year composition: ‘Writing about writing.’” Adventist English Association. Southwestern Adventist University, Keene, TX. June 17, 2016.

Eun-Young Julia Kim. “Persuasive strategies in a chauvinistic religious discourse: The case of women’s ordination.” American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference. Hilton Orlando, FL. April 9–12, 2016.

Eun-Young Julia Kim. “TOEFL iBT writing: Concerns and limitations.” Adventist English Association Conference. Southwestern Adventist University, Keene, TX. June 16–19, 2016.

Eun-Young Julia Kim. “TOEFL writing: Stories behind the scores.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Lauren Matacio and Bruce Closser. “Connect or disconnect: Collaborating with faculty to transform information literacy.” Association of Seventh-day Adventist Librarians Conference. Orlando, FL. June 23, 2016.

Beverly Matiko. “Exchanging responses to the unchanging word: Frederick Buechner and Anne Lamott in holy dialogue.” Adventist English Association. Southwestern Adventist University, Keene, TX. June 16, 2016.

Lynn Merklin, Meredith Jones Gray, and H. Thomas Goodwin. “Examples of best practice in program assessment.” AU Teaching and Learning Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Scott Moncrieff. “Using best practices and current technology to improve the feedback loop for writing students.” Adventist English Association. Southwestern Adventist University, Keene, TX. June 17, 2016.

L. Monique Pittman. “Color-conscious casting and multicultural Britain in the BBC Henry V (2012): Historicizing Adaptation in an Age of Digital Placelessness.” Andrews Research Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. May 4–8, 2016.

L. Monique Pittman. “Color-conscious casting and multicultural Britain in the BBC Henry V (2012): Historicizing adaptation in an age of digital placelessness.” Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference. Wright State University, Dayton, OH. October 20–22, 2016.

L. Monique Pittman. “Color-conscious casting and multicultural Britain in the BBC Henry V (2012): Historicizing adaptation in an age of digital placelessness.” World Shakespeare Congress. Stratford-upon-Avon, England. July 30–August 7, 2016.

International Languages & Global Studies

Sonia Badenas. “Jouer en français dès les premières classes” [Playing in French from the very first classes]. Michigan World Language Association Conference. Lansing, MI. November 10–11, 2016.

Pedro Navia. “Las voces femeninas de la marginación en los testimonios/historias de Elena Poniatowska” [Excluded female voices in the testimonies/stories of Elena Poniatowska]. Southwest Council of Latin American Studies Conference. New Orleans, LA. February 25–27, 2016.

Pedro Navia. “El entrevistado y el narrador: Las voces en los testimonios de Elena Poniatowska” [The interviewed and the interviewer: Voices in testimonies of Elena Poniatowska]. 16th International Conference on Latin American Literature. Lock Haven University, Lock Haven, PA. March 2016.

Pedro Navia. “Historias o testimonios: Voces femeninas de la marginación en Elena Poniatowska” [Stories or Testimonies: Female Voices from the Alienation in Elena Poniatowska]. IV Congreso sobre la Marginación Social en el Mundo. Catholic University of Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentina. July 2016.

James White Library

James Ford. “Born digital and becoming digital: Issues in the modern Adventist resources collection.” Association of Seventh-day Adventist Librarians Conference. Adventist University of Health Sciences, Orlando, FL. June 20, 2016.

Marianne Kordas. “American composer Blythe Owen and the Texts of Collection 186: Using an archival collection to create and authoritative index to a composer’s work.” Andrews Research Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. May 6, 2016.

Lauren Matacio. “A new portrait of Ellen White.” Association of Seventh-day Adventist Librarians Conference. Orlando, FL. June 19, 2016.

Lauren Matacio and Bruce Closser. “Connect or disconnect: Collaborating with faculty to transform information literacy.” Association of Seventh-day Adventist Librarians Conference. Orlando, FL. June 23, 2016.

Silas B. Oliveira. “University libraries leading the way through choppy waters: The library’s role in student retention.” 37th International Association of University Libraries Conference. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. June 5–9, 2016.

Terry Robertson. “Globality and information literacy: Research assignments in a culture of abundant information resources.” AU Teaching and Learning Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Terry Robertson. “Objective research? Information literacy instruction perspectives.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Mathematics

Gordon Atkins, Ashley Reichert, Shandelle M. Henson, and James L. Hayward. "The effects of the copulation song and other disturbances on the frequency and synchronization of reproductive behaviors in gulls (Larus glaucescens)." Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Shandelle M. Henson. "The effects of climate change on marine birds: Rising sea surface temperature, cannibalism, and reproductive synchrony, Part II." World Conference on Natural Resource Modeling. Flagstaff, AZ. June 14, 2016.

Shandelle M. Henson. "Effects of warming seas: Cannibalism and reproductive synchrony in a seabird colony.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Shandelle M. Henson and James L. Hayward. “Climate change, cannibalism, reproductive synchrony, and tipping points in seabirds.” North American Ornithological Conference. Washington, D.C. August 17, 2016.

Joon H. Kang. “A general elliptic nonlinear system of two functions with application” Mathematical Association of America: Michigan. Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, MI. April 1, 2016.

Joon H. Kang and Timothy Robertson. “A general elliptic nonlinear system of two functions with application.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Robert C. Moore, Martha Byrne, Sarah Hanusch, and Timothy Fukawa-Connelly. “Is grading papers an effective teaching practice?” AU Teaching and Learning Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Robert C. Moore , Martha Byrne, Sarah Hanusch, and Timothy Fukawa-Connelly. “Interpreting proof feedback: Do our students know what we’re saying?” Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. West Virginia University, Pittsburgh, PA. February 25–27, 2016.

Robert C. Moore, Martha Byrne, Sarah Hanusch, and Timothy Fukawa-Connelly. “Interpreting proof feedback: Do our students know what we’re saying?” Joint Mathematics Meetings. Seattle, WA. January 6–9, 2016.

Robert C. Moore, Martha Byrne, Sarah Hanusch, and Timothy Fukawa-Connelly. “Proof grading: Is it worth your time and effort?” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Yun Myung Oh. “On the Riemannian submersion invariant and Lagrangian submanifolds.” Mathematical Association of America: Michigan. Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, MI. April 1–2, 2016.

Yun Myung Oh. “Riemannian submersion invariant and geodesics.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Marian Prince. “AU TLC Math in a Box program.” AU Teaching and Learning Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Marian Prince. “How do you use a TI-Nspire with struggling students?” AU Teaching and Learning Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Marian Prince. “Introducing the TI-Innovator: STEM interface for TI-84+CE and TI-Nspire.” Detroit Area Council of Teachers of Mathematics/Metro Detroit Science Teachers Association. Cousino High School, Warren, MI. November 5, 2016.

Marian Prince. “TI-Codes: Programming on the TI-84.” Detroit Area Council of Teachers of Mathematics/Metro Detroit Science Teachers Association. Cousino High School, Warren, MI. November 5, 2016.

Marian Prince. “MAFS or CCSS: Use the TI-Nspire CX technology to develop mathematical practices in your students.” Teachers Teaching with Technology (T3) International Conference. Orlando, FL. February 26–27, 2016.

Marian Prince. “Math in a Box EL math games to borrow.” Berrien RESA Annual Conference on Education. St. Joseph High School, St. Joseph, MI. August 24, 2016.

Marian Prince. “Math in a Box MS/HS math games to borrow.” Berrien RESA Annual Conference on Education. St. Joseph High School, St. Joseph, MI. August 24, 2016.

Timothy Robertson and Joon H. Kang. “Conditions for positive solutions to the general elliptic model.” Joint Mathematics Meetings. Seattle, WA. January 6, 2016.

Music

Charles Reid. Voice masterclass, Andrews University Music Festival. Berrien Springs, MI. March 2, 2016.

Charles Reid. Voice masterclass, Blue Mountain Academy. Hamburg, PA. March 6, 2016.

Charles Reid. Voice masterclass, Spencerville Academy. Spencerville, MD. March 7, 2016.

Charles Reid. Voice masterclass, University of Maryland. College Park, MD. March 8, 2016.

Charles Reid. Voice masterclass and Recital, Shenandoah Valley Academy. New Market, VA. March 9, 2016.

Charles Reid. Voice masterclass. Indiana University, Purdue University—Fort Wayne. Fort Wayne, IN. October 21, 2016.

Trina Thompson. “Repetition and transformation: Debussy’s ‘Le temps a laissié son manteaux.’” Phi Kappa Phi Initiation Program. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. April 6, 2016.

Carla Trynchuk. Masterclass, Stojanovic Studio. February 1, 2016.

Carla Trynchuk. Masterclass, Music Festival, Universidad Catolica. Ponce, Puerto Rico. July 5, 2016.

Chi Yong Yun. Piano masterclass. Southern Adventist University. Collegedale, TN. October 30, 2016.

Physics

Gary Burdick. Moderator, Panel Discussion, Andrews Autumn Conference on Religion and Science. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. October 29, 2016.

Religion & Biblical Languages

L. S. Baker, Jr. and A. Rahel Schafer. “Egyptian language practice: A model for Hebrew poetic use?” Exploring the Composition of the Pentateuch Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. April 4, 2016.

Erhard H. Gallos. “The spirits of the righteous made perfect.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Erhard H. Gallos. “What ‘rest’ remains? A close reading of Hebrews 4.” East Great Lakes Biblical Society. Perrysville, OH. March 10, 2016.

Erhard H. Gallos. “The Spirits of the righteous made perfect.” Adventist Sola Scriptura Research Group. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. October, 14, 2016.

Paul B. Petersen. “The Word behind you: Following God in the Old Testament.” IFAMS/Swallen Mission Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. September 15–17, 2016.

Glenn Russell. “Fame, shame and social media: Missional insights for youth ministry.” Annual Conference of the Association of Youth Ministry Educators. Orlando, FL. October 29-31, 2016.

Davide Sciarabba. “Hacia una ética de Elena G. White” [Towards an ethic of Ellen G. White]. V Conferencia Bíblica de la Universidad de Montemorelos. Montemorelos University, Mexico. July 2017.

Davide Sciarabba. “La función de la Escritura en la formación del carácter moral del pueblo de Dios: Un acercamiento ético holístico” [The role of Scripture in the formation of the moral character of God's people: A holistic ethical approach]. IV Simposio de Teología de la Facultad Adventista de Teología de Sagunto. Sagunto Adventist University, Spain. September 2016.

Social Work

Alina M. Baltazar. “Alcohol and sex: The role that faith internalization plays in Seventh-day Adventist college students.” Adventist Human-Subject Researchers Association Conference. Oakwood University, Huntsville, AL. May 9–11, 2016.

Alina M. Baltazar. “Family’s role in prevention.” NAD Emotional Wellness Summit. Orlando, FL. January 13–17, 2016.

Alina M. Baltazar, Lundey Florveus, and Maureen Raj. “Association between parental supervision and teen texting while driving.” Adventist Conference on Family Research and Practice. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. July 22–23, 2016.

Alina M. Baltazar, Margaret Howell, and Curtis J. VanderWaal. “Faith-based dual degree MSW programs: Strengthening two worlds.” Council on Social Work Education Conference. Atlanta, GA. November 3–6, 2016.

Alina M. Baltazar, Duane C. McBride, Gary Hopkins, Curtis J. VanderWaal. “Building resilience to prevent substance abuse.” NAD Emotional Wellness Summit. Orlando, FL. January 14–15, 2016.

Krista Cooper. “Spirituality and meaning-making in chronic illness: A case study of an Afro-Caribbean immigrant woman living with HIV.” Adventist Human-Subject Researchers Association Conference. Oakwood University, Huntsville, AL. May 9–11, 2016.

René Drumm, David Sedlacek, Alina M. Baltazar, and Duane C. McBride. “‘My life has been just like a big expectation’: Perceptions of role expectations among adult children of Seventh-day Adventist pastors.” 28th Annual Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference. Las Vegas, NV. February 1–2, 2016.

John Gavin, W. W. Ellis, and Curtis J. VanderWaal. “Adventist religion and public issues survey.” Adventist Human-Subject Researchers Association Conference. Oakwood University, Huntsville, AL. May 9–11, 2016.

Margaret Howell. “Strengthening two professions: Faith based dual degree MSW programs.” North American Association of Christians in Social Work. Cincinnati, OH. November 17–20, 2016.

Duane C. McBride, Yvonne Terry-McElrath, and Curtis J. VanderWaal. “Development of drug policy.” Brighton Recovery Center Conference Addiction Treatment. Brighton, MI. October 2016.

David Sedlacek and Curtis J. VanderWaal. “Supporting LGBT+ youth in Seventh-day Adventist homes.” Adventist Conference on Family Research & Practice. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. July 22, 2016.

Twyla Smith, Shannon Trecartin, and Evie Nogales-Baker. “Social work ethics and social media: More than a friend request.” Fall 2016/Winter 2017 Child Welfare In-Service Training, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services & DHHS-Contracted Private Agencies. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. October 2016.

Twyla Smith, Shannon Trecartin, and Evie Nogales-Baker. “Social work ethics and social media: What are the practices and concerns of the social work field team?” Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Atlanta, GA. November 3–6, 2016.

Twyla Smith, Shannon Trecartin, Evie Nogales-Baker, and Laura Sohn. “Field instructor practices and attitudes about social media and social work ethics.” Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Atlanta, GA. November 3–6, 2016.

Shannon Trecartin. “Social work ethics and social media: More than a field student friend request.” Continuing Education Training. Southern Adventist University Social Work Field Instructors. Chattanooga, TN. April 2016.

Shannon Trecartin and Devyn Walechka. “The physical home environment and its relationship to psychological well-being among older adults.” American Society on Aging Annual Conference. Washington, D.C. March 20–24, 2016.

Shannon Trecartin and Terrance Trecartin. “Disability and the church: Creating inclusive communities.” North American Association of Christians in Social Work Annual Meeting. Cincinnati, OH. November 17–20, 2016.

Curtis J. VanderWaal. “Balancing justice and mercy: Best practice policies SDA schools can use.” NAD Emotional Wellness Summit. Orlando, FL. January 2016.

Curtis J. VanderWaal, David Sedlacek, and Lauren Lane. “Supporting LGBT+ youth in Christian homes.” North American Association of Christians in Social Work. Cincinnati, OH. November 17–20, 2016.

Visual Art, Communication & Design

Stefanie Elkins-Bates. “The Khirbet ‘Ataruz Iron IIA Cult Stand.” American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX. November 18, 2016.

Paul B. Kim. Film screening: The American Indian and Education as a Healing Agent. Andrews Research Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. May 5, 2016.

Paul B. Kim. Panel: “For good: Stories with a Cause.” Coastline Children’s Film Festival. Benton Harbor, MI. March 13, 2016.

Diane Myers. “I AM...a project that challenges the media stereotypes of pit bulls.” Andrews Research Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs. MI, May 5, 2016.

Rachel Williams-Smith. “Autoethnographic glimpses into isolated, extreme religious subculture.” Andrews Research Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. May 6, 2017.

Rachel Williams-Smith. “Perspectives on managing, handling, and assessing a conglomerated communication department.” Panel participant, Undergraduate College and University Division, National Communication Association. Philadelphia, PA. November 11, 2016.

Rachel Williams-Smith. “Making visual communication tangible: A selection of teaching strategies to engage students.” Visual Communication Division, National Communication Association. Philadelphia, PA. November 11, 2016.

Rachel Williams-Smith. “A semiotic look at the Seventh-day Sabbath as a biblical sign.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters. Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI. March 4, 2016.

Rachel Williams-Smith. “When religion is used to abuse.” Women’s Day, Conant Gardens SDA Church. Detroit, MI. N.D.

Rachel Williams-Smith. “Treasure in clay pots.” Women’s Day, Mizpah SDA Church. Gary, IN. N.D.

Rachel Williams-Smith. “The least.” Women’s Day, Bethel SDA Church. Lansing, MI. N.D.

School of Architecture and Interior Design

Thomas Lowing. “Hand drawing prevails in professional practice.” The Art of Architecture: Hand Drawing and Design Conference. University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN. September 29–October 1, 2016.

School of Business Administration

Accounting, Economics & Finance

Ann Gibson. “Getting to know you: Money and the savvy auditor.” GCAS NAA Seminar. July 14, 2016. Richmond, VA.

Ann Gibson. “Getting to know you: Time and the savvy auditor.” GCAS NAA Seminar. July 14, 2016. Richmond, VA.

Ann Gibson. “Does EVERYONE trust you? Global issues in trust, transparency and team building.” Trans-European Division Year-End Meetings. November 14, 2016. Becici, Montenegro.

Ann Gibson. “If you have the money, I have the time.” Cross-Cultural Workshop, Building Community for Mission. Baltimore, MD. January 27, 2016.

Ann Gibson. “If you have the time, I have the money.” Cross-Cultural Workshop, Building Community for Mission. Baltimore, MD. January 27, 2016.

Ann Gibson. “Internal control: It’s more than a locked safe.” NAD Orientation for New Treasurers. Columbia, MD. March 30, 2016.

Ann Gibson. “Internal control: The human risk factor.” Trans-European Division Treasurers’ Seminar. Becici, Montenegro. November 11, 2016.

Ann Gibson. “Reading and interpreting a financial statement.” NAD Orientation for New Treasurers. Columbia, MD. March 29, 2016.

Ann Gibson. “Release of restricted funds and how to account for them.” NAD Orientation for New Treasurers. Columbia, MD. March 29, 2016.

Ann Gibson. “The slippery slope/The blurred line.” NAD Orientation for New Treasurers. Columbia, MD. March 31, 2016.

LeRoy T. Ruhupatty and Melisa A. Ruhupatty. “Investors reaction to the passing of the Indian Companies Act, 2013.” 4th International Scholars Conference. Universitas Klabat, Indonesia. October 25–26, 2016.

Carmelita Troy. “A discourse on the Association of Accounting Fraud to Mergers and Acquisitions.” American Accounting Association, Forensic and Investigative Accounting Section Conference. Charlotte, NC. March 5, 2016.

Carmelita Troy. “Merger magic: Is there a relationship between accounting fraud and M&A?” American Accounting Association Southeast Region Meeting. Atlanta, GA. April 14–16, 2017.

Management, Marketing & Information Systems

Jerry Chi. “Innovation management for organizational development in Adventist hospitals.” “Examining the impact of leader’s integrity, ethical and servant leadership on Adventist hospital employee’s job burnout.” Adventist Health Care Association Presidential Council & Conference. Okinawa, Japan. October 3, 2016.

Jacquelyn Warwick. “Why marketing faculty attend educator conferences.” Marketing Management Association Fall Educators Conference. Providence, RI. September 14–16, 2016.

School of Distance Education

Glynis Bradfield and Kris Knutson. “Advising strategies that increase the persistence of probationary, underprepared, post-traditional and online students.” National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) Annual Conference. Atlanta, GA. October 5–8, 2016.

Glynis Bradfield and Kris Knutson. “Reaching students with challenges: Advising strategies that increase persistence.” Michigan Academic Advising Association (MIACADA) Annual Conference. Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI. May 20, 2016.

Glynis Bradfield, Marcella Myers, Denise Shaver, Erich Baumgartner, Caryn Pierce, Daniel F. M. Gonzalez, and David Penno. “Inclusive strategies that foster global learning.” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Janine Lim. “Applying principles of jazz to collaboration.” United States Distance Learning Association. St. Louis, MO. May 10–12, 2016.

Janine Lim. “Disconnect and battle six super villains to win back your life.” International Forum for Women in eLearning. San Antonio, TX. November 30–December 2, 2016.

Janine Lim. “i2i technologies: Applying principles of jazz to collaboration.” Texas Distance Learning Association. San Antonio, TX. March 30, 2016.

Janine Lim. “Jazzing up your curriculum: Applying principles of jazz to collaboration.” 10th Anniversary Collaborative International Learning (COIL) Conference. New York, NY. April 25–26, 2016.

Janine Lim. “SpiritStrong: The experience of collaboration.” Global Adventist internet Network. Silver Spring, MD. February 24–27, 2016.

Janine Lim. “Your students can make the playoffs building professional digital footprints.” United States Distance Learning Association. St. Louis, MO. May 10–12, 2016.

Denise Shaver. “Conducting effective learning design meetings.” Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Annual Convention. Las Vegas, NV. October 17–21, 2017.

School of Education

Graduate Psychology & Counseling

Shanter Alexander. “Autism: Early identification and support strategies - A Teacher's Guide (PK-6).” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016

Shanter Alexander. “Different perspectives: A peak into the world of autism. Early identification and support strategies.” Greater New York Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Brooklyn, NY. April 2016.

Shanter Alexander. “Embracing mindfulness: Reducing anxiety for children with and without autism.” Michigan Association of School Psychologists Annual Meeting. Grand Rapids, MI. November 2016.

Shanter Alexander. “Social communication disorder, autism and language impairment: Who's eligible for what?” International School Psychology Association Annual Meeting. Amsterdam, Netherlands. July 2016.

Shanter Alexander and Stacey A. Nicely. “Bridging special education chasms: Autism vs language impairment and social communication disorder.” American Psychological Association Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. August 2016.

Shanter Alexander and Stacey A. Nicely. “Mending the chasms: Tips for creating safe multicultural classrooms.” International School Psychology Association Annual Meeting. Amsterdam, Netherlands. July 2016.

Rudolph N. Bailey and Jeannie K. Montagano. “Validity of the SIRI to distinguish among cancer prone, heart attack prone and healthy individuals.” Association for Psychological Science. Chicago, IL. May 2016.

Rudolph N. Bailey, Jeannie K. Montagano, and Monica Nudd. “School psychologists’ views about the nature of intelligence.” National Association of School Psychologists. New Orleans, LA. February 2016.

Ronald D. Coffen. “Success is the best motivator.” Michigan Conference Teachers’ Meetings. Lansing, MI. October 31, 2016.

Bradly Hinman and Christopher Lacefield. “Training counselors to advocate for men who have sex with men and come from a conservative faith.” North Central Association for Counselor Education & Supervision, Fall Conference. Bloomington, MN. October 22, 2016.

Jimmy Kijai. “Analysis of relationships in quantitative research.” 4th International Scholar’s Conference. Universitas Klabat, Manado, Indonesia. October 2016.

Jimmy Kijai, Vinisha Rana, Nicole Knapp, and Maureen Raj. “Family, religious, and personal factors related to attempted suicide among adolescents attending denominationally-affiliated schools in North America.” Midwestern Psychological Association. Chicago, IL. May 5–7, 2016.

Jeannie K. Montagano and Rudolph N. Bailey. “Relationships between math anxiety and math achievement.” National Association of School Psychologists. New Orleans, LA. February 2016.

Jeannie K. Montagano and Rudolph N. Bailey. “School psychologists’ views of intelligence and their effects on practice.” Association for Psychological Science. Chicago, IL. May 2016.

Stacey A. Nicely, Carole Woolford-Hunt, and Jimmy Kijai. “College students’ perceived stressors and coping strategies employed across cultures.” Midwestern Psychological Association. Chicago, IL. May 5–7, 2016.

Carole Woolford-Hunt and Stacey A. Nicely. “Stress in the ivory tower: Cross-cultural appraisals and coping strategies.” American Psychological Association Convention. Denver, CO. August 2016.

Leadership

Jay L. Brand. “Seek knowledge and affirm faith: Conflicting world views?” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Duane Covrig and Appiah Kwarteng. “Servant leadership and cultural and moral differences.” University Council for Educational Administration Annual Convention. Detroit, MI. November 17–20, 2016.

Gustavo Gregorutti. “Charting productivity of comparative studies on Latin America education in CIE Journals.” XVI World Congress of Comparative Education Societies. Beijing, China. August 2016.

Gustavo Gregorutti. “Desafíos y oportunidades de investigación en universidades privadas de Latinoamérica” [Challenges and Opportunities for Research at Private Universities in Latin America]. Faculty Training Session. Universidad Adventista Del Plata, Libertador San Martín, Argentina. December 2016.

Gustavo Gregorutti. “El estado de la educación en Latinoamérica” [The state of education in Latin America]. Instituto Universitario Politécnico Grancolombiano, Medellin, Colombia. July 2016.

Gustavo Gregorutti. “Global research productivity rivalry: A comparative case study on two Latin American public universities.” XVI World Congress of Comparative Education Societies. Beijing, China. August 2016.

Gustavo Gregorutti. “Global trends in education: The big picture.” Consultation for Board members of AAA, IBE, IBMTE. General Conference Headquarters, Washington D.C. October 2016.

Gustavo Gregorutti. “The idea of Adventist university and its challenges.” Religion and Ethics in Higher Education Symposium. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. October 2016.

Gustavo Gregorutti. “Innovative north-south research partnerships in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Panama case study on developing R&D capacity.” Comparative and International Education Society Annual Conference. Vancouver, Canada. March 6–10, 2016.

Gustavo Gregorutti. “La investigación en las universidades privadas de América Latina” [Research in the Latin American Private Universities]. Research and Innovation in the Knowledge Economy. Di Tella University, Buenos Aires, Argentina. November, 2016.

Gustavo Gregorutti. “Tendencias actuales en educación superior en universidades Adventistas” [Current Trends in Higher Education and Adventist Universities]. Faculty Training Session. Universidad Adventista Del Plata, Libertador San Martín, Argentina. December 2016.

Gustavo Gregorutti. “A transnacionalização da educação superior na América Latina” [Transnationalization of Higher Education in Latin America]. Seminar on Latin American Higher Education Policies. Universidade Federal da Paraíba, João Pessoa, Brazil. October, 2016.

Gustavo Gregorutti. “La universidad Adventista y la producción intelectual” [The Adventist university and research production].” Corporación Universitaria Adventista, Medellin, Colombia. July 2016.

Janet Ledesma. “Diversity through the eyes of grace.” Principals’ Workshop, Lake Union Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. February 3, 2016.

Janet Ledesma. “Diversity through the eyes of grace.” Staff Meeting. Battle Creek Academy. Battle Creek, MI. April 14, 2016.

Janet Ledesma. “Diversity through the eyes of grace.” Staff Meeting. Great Lakes Adventist Academy, Cedar Lake, MI. August 15, 2016.

Janet Ledesma. “Resilience and the healthcare leader.” Lakeland Health Leadership Retreat. St. Joseph, MI. November 11, 2016.

Janet Ledesma. “Resilience and the leader (How conceptual models on resilience help me as an educational leader).” University Council for Educational Administration Annual Convention. Detroit, MI. November 18, 2016.

Janet Ledesma. “Resilience and the spiritual leader.” Spring Fellowship, ASI Lake Union. St. Joseph, MI. April 15, 2016.

Janet Ledesma and Adam Fenner. "The Adventist learning community." Webinar. September 19, 2016.

Janet Ledesma and Angee Armstrong. "RenWeb school management software." Webinar. November 2, 2016.

Teaching, Learning & Curriculum

Larry D. Burton. “Curriculum models for teaching values,” “Techniques for teaching values – Part 1,” “Techniques for teaching values – Part 2,” and “Collaborative work session.” Norway Teachers’ Convention. February 1–3, 2016.

Larry D. Burton. “Meet journal editors: Journal talks.” Roundtable session, American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C. April 10, 2016.

Larry D. Burton. “Qualitative data analysis workshop.” Pre-conference Faculty Seminar, 4th International Scholars Conference. Mt. Klabat University, Airmadidi, Indonesia. October 24, 2016.

Larry D. Burton and Anneris Coria-Navia. “Intellectual colonization of the Caribbean.” 15th Annual Conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS). April 6, 2016.

Anneris Coria-Navia. “Intellectual colonization of the Caribbean.” American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Fifteenth Meeting. George Washington University, Washington D.C. April 7, 2016.

Anneris Coria-Navia. “Student engagement in real-life projects.” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Anneris Coria-Navia. “Using robotic platforms (Swivls) with video platforms (Panopto) in field experiences to enhance self-assessment and reflection by teacher candidates.” Association of Teacher Educators Meeting. Chicago, IL. February 15, 2016.

Lori Imasiku. “A picture of our classroom: Effective multi-grade education in Zambian community schools.” Andrews Research Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. May 5, 2016.

School of Health Professions

Medical Laboratory Sciences

Glynis M. Bradfield, Marcella Myers, Denise J. Shaver, Erich Baumgartner, Caryn Pierce, Daniel F. M. Gonzalez, and David Penno. “Inclusive strategies that foster global learning.” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Daniel F. M. Gonzalez and Karen Reiner. “Development of a protocol for undergraduate MLS research.” Clinical Laboratory Educators Conference. Minneapolis, MN. February 26, 2016.

Daniel F. M. Gonzalez and Khonnah Weithers. “Interprofessional education in health professions: Opportunities for global engagement.” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Marcia Kilsby. “Effective leadership strategies for the multicultural workplace.” American Society for Clinical Pathology. Las Vegas, NV. September 2016.

Nursing

Susan Allen. “A food label literacy intervention tool to fight childhood obesity among vulnerable populations.” 27th International Nursing Research Congress. Cape Town, South Africa. July 21-25, 2016.

Daniel F. M. Gonzalez and Khonnah Weithers. “Interprofessional education in health professions: Opportunities for global engagement.” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Henrietta Hanna. “Engaging students in nursing research: Use of unfolding case study.” Nurse Educator Institute, Branson, Mo. April 13–15, 2016.

Physical Therapy

Gregory Almeter. “The effects of instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization compared to traditional rehabilitation program on pain and function on patients with plantar fasciitis: A randomized controlled trial.” Michigan Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference. Holland, MI. October 2016.

Glynis Bradfield, Marcella Myers, Denise Shaver, Erich Baumgartner, Caryn Pierce, Daniel F. M. Gonzalez, and David Penno. “Inclusive strategies that foster global learning.” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Caryn F. Pierce, H. Sadow, R. Vargas, and K. Yoder. “Prevalence of playing-related pain in college-level musicians before and after informative lecture.” American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting. Anaheim, CA. February 2016.

Caryn Pierce, K. Christiansen, L. Finch, J. O’hara, and E. M. Prouty. “Impact of CAM boot rocker orientation on temporospatial gait kinematics.” Michigan Physical Therapy Association Fall Conference. October 2016.

Caryn F. Pierce, H. Sadow, R. Vargas, and K. Yoder. “Prevalence of playing-related pain in college-level musicians before and after informative lecture.” Performing Arts Medicine Association International Symposium. New York, NY. July 2016.

Public Health, Nutrition & Wellness

Anneris Coria-Navia and M. Alfredo Mejia. “Student engagement in real life projects.” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

M. Alfredo Mejia, Helen Harwatt, Karen Jaceldo-Siegl, Sam Soret, and Joan Sabate. “The future of meat: Exploring the nutritional qualities and environmental impacts of meat replacements.” Experimental Biology Annual Meeting. April 2016. The FASEB Journal 30(1 Supplement), 894.8.

M. Alfredo Mejia, Albert Sanchez, Joanie Sanchez, and Eric Runte. “A vegan diet rich in fats of plant origin may reverse coronary artery disease.” Experimental Biology Annual Meeting. April 2016. The FASEB Journal 30(1 Supplement), 904.11.

Padma P. Tadi Uppala, Natasha Plantak, Utkarsh P. Patel, and Keiji Oda. "Successful mentoring at a faith-based institution: Walking in the footsteps of the Master Teacher." Faculty Development Showcase: The Art and Science of Successful Learning. Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California. 2016

Padma P. Tadi Uppala, Maheswari Senthil, Utkarsh P. Patel, Sharon Lum, Carlos Garberoglio, Larry Beeson, and John Morgan. “Heterogeneity of triple negative breast cancer across race and ethnicities: Indian women at higher risk for early onset breast cancer.” American Association for Cancer Research. New Orleans, LA. April 16-20, 2016. Cancer Research 76(14 Supplement), 1783-1783, July 22, 2016. DOI:10.1158/1538-7445.AM2016-1783.

Padma P. Tadi Uppala, Carlos Garberoglio, Sharon Lum, Willie Davis, Hon-Chiu Eastwood Leung, Michael Liebman, Keiji Oda, and Utkarsh P. Patel. “Identification and validation of the potential biomarker insulin-like growth factor binding protein acid-labile subunit for breast cancer in African American women.” American Association for Cancer Research. New Orleans, LA. April 16-20, 2016. Cancer Research 76(14 Supplement), 3936-3936, July 22, 2016. DOI:10.1158/1538-7445.AM2016-3936.
 

Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology

D’Jaris Coles-White. “Ethical decision making in the treatment of individuals with ASD who are moderate to severe: Avoiding the potholes and pitfalls.” 2016 Michigan Autism Conference. Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI. September 14–16, 2016.

D’Jaris Coles-White, Carol Fleming, Samantha Kleindienst, George Lyons, and Nancy Mellon. “Advocacy everyday, Everyday advocacy: Preserving the quality of care.” American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention. Philadelphia, PA. November 19, 2016.

Darah Regal, Bomi Kim, and Candace Neufville. “Auditory memory and figure-ground ability among university ESL students: A comparative study.” American Academy of Audiology National Convention. Phoenix, AZ. April 14, 2016.

Darah Regal, Bomi Kim, and Candace Neufville. “Auditory memory and figure-ground ability among university ESL students: A comparative study.” Michigan Speech and Hearing Association Annual Conference. Grand Rapids, MI. April 21–23, 2016.

Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary

Christian Ministry

Skip Bell. “Can theology trump culture?” North American Division Large Conference Presidents’ Leadership Symposium. Victoria, B.C., Canada. August 30, 2016.

Skip Bell. “On cleansing the temple.” North American Division Large Conference Presidents’ Leadership Symposium. Victoria, B.C., Canada. August 31, 2016.

Skip Bell. “Serving where power and position rule: A theology for legitimate leadership.” North American Division Large Conference Presidents’ Leadership Symposium. Victoria, B.C., Canada. August 31, 2016.

Skip Bell, Stanley Patterson, and David Penno. “God in life – A hermeneutic principle.” Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology, and Worldview. Cancun, Mexico. May 6, 2016.

Glynis Bradfield, Marcella Myers, Denise Shaver, Erich Baumgartner, Caryn Pierce, Daniel F. M. Gonzalez, and David Penno. “Inclusive strategies that foster global learning.” Andrews University Teaching and Learning Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. March 29, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. Ontario SEEDS Conference. Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada. March 25–26, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. Texas SEEDS Conference. Houston, TX. January 15–16, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. “Creating a Church of Excellence: Red Carpet Service” and “The Key to Unlock Your Neighbor’s Heart.” Alberta SEEDS Conference. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. September 23–24, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. “Creating Missional DNA in Your Church Plant” and “The Key to Unlock Your Neighbor’s Heart.” Seminary SEEDS Conference. Andrews Theological Seminary, Berrien Springs, MI. May 13–14, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. “Estabelecendo uma Cultura Missionária na Igreja Local.” Brazil SEEDS Conference. August 27–28, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. “God’s Special Trio: Foreigners, Orphans and Widows.” IFAMS/Swallen Mission Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. September 15–17, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. “Missional DNA.” Wisconsin SEEDS Conference. Sheboygan, WI. November 18–19, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. “New Testament Church Planting: A Model for Today” “Survive or Thrive: Why Some Church Plants Fail and Others Flourish,” and “How Your Influence Can Be More Powerful Than Dwight Nelson’s Sermons.” St. Louis SEEDS Conference. St. Louis, MO. January 22–23, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. “The Plea of the Unchurched” and “Biblical Hospitality: The Key to Unlock Your Neighbor’s Heart.” Manitoba-Saskatchewan SEEDS Conference. Saskatoon, SK, Canada. April 22–23, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. “The Plea of the Unchurched/Q&A.” Greater New York SEEDS Conference. Bronx, NY. March 11-12, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. “The Power of a Question,” “Small Budget, Big Growth,” “The Key to Unlock Your Neighbor’s Heart,” and “MaxLife: Identifying and Developing Personal Growth Areas.” Kentucky-Tennessee SEEDS Conference. Liberty, TN. April 15–17, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. “Top Bar Strengths” and “Initial Identification of Top Seven Points for Presentation on How to Create a Missional DNA in Your Church Plant.” NAD Church Planting Coordinator’s Retreat. October 17–19, 2016.

Tommy L. Evans. “Utilizing Demographics to Grow Your Church or Church Plant” and “The Plea of the Unchurched.” Southern Union SEEDS Conference. Pearl, MS. May 6–7, 2016.

Kenley Hall. “Ellen G. White: Prophetic voice of radical abolitionism.” Adventist Theological Society Spring Symposium. Oakwood University, Huntsville, AL. April 15, 2016.

Kenley Hall and Hyveth Williams. “Integration of sound hermeneutics in sermon preparation.” Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology, and Worldview. Cancun, Mexico. May 6, 2016.

Willie E. Hucks. Plenaries, Adventist Community Service Convention. Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. September 25–October 1, 2016.

S. Joseph Kidder. “Chapter 2: The most important ingredient in church growth: Faith-based optimism.” Germany Southern Union.

S. Joseph Kidder. “Chapter 2: The most important ingredient in church growth: Faith-based optimism.” Southern France Conference.

S. Joseph Kidder. “A Christian perspective on watching secular TV programming.” 12 th Annual Seminary Scholarship Symposium. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. February 5, 2016.

Norton Ricardo. “Como fazer crescer a nova igreja” [How to grow a new church]. SEEDS Brazil. August 27–28, 2016.

Norton Ricardo. “Iglesias problematicas: Pueden prevenirse?” [Problematic churches: Can they be prevented?], “La iglesia: Su mission y vision” [The church: Its mission and vision], “Como crear un equipo exitoso” [How to create a successful team], and “Como ser un lider que crea cambio” [How to be a leader who creates change]. Wisconsin SEEDS Conference. Sheboygan, WI. November 18–19, 2016.

Norton Ricardo. Panel member, NAD Visioning and Leadership Team. Orlando, FL. February 7–10, 2016.

Stanley Patterson. “DMin participant case studies: Challenges and solutions.” 2016 DMin Conference. October 2016.

Stanley Patterson. “Implications of Maslow’s hierarchy of deed for SDA evangelism.” Inter-American Division Leadership Conference. Jerusalem, Israel. February 2016.

Stanley Patterson. “Leading through change related to crisis in world church concerning Unions ordaining women.” South Pacific Division Discipleship. October 2016.

Stanley Patterson. “The ministry of wisdom: The maturing of spiritual being,” “The ministry of relational health: Building a sustainable spiritual community,” “The ministry of development: Growing effective spiritual leaders,” “The ministry of differentiation: The maturing of the body “The spiritual me: I am spirit and truth.” Greater Sydney INSPIRE Ministry Conference. Sydney, Australia. October 7–9, 2016.

Stanley Patterson. “Moving mission forward.” Columbia Union Leadership Summit. Columbia, MD. March 2016.

Stanley Patterson. “Policy and practice of leadership in the Seventh-day Adventist Church.” Columbia Union Leadership Summit. Columbia, MD. March 2016.

Stanley Patterson. “Relational leadership as an influence on patients’ advocacy.” 2016 Sydney Adventist Hospital Manager and Executive Officer’s Meeting. October 2016.

Stanley Patterson and Jasmine Fraser. “Governance and administration of Seventh-day Adventist education institutions: Accountability for mission.” 2016 Annual Council, General Conference. October 2016.

Stanley Patterson and Jasmine Fraser. “Trustee and administrator roles in faculty accountability process.” General Conference 2016 Annual Council. October 2016.

Stanley Patterson and Nicolas Miller. “Politics of the kingdom.” AU Seminary Faculty Forum. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. April 25, 2016.

David Williams. “Enlivening scripture in worship.” Andrews University Music & Worship Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. February 18–20, 2016.

David Williams. “The LDS hymnal and the Sabbath.” Society of Biblical Literature. San Antonio, TX. November 2016.

David Williams. Panelist, Andrews University Music & Worship Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. February 18–20, 2016.

Hyveth Williams. “Prophetic preaching in the worship context.” Southern Asia Conference and Southern Asia-Pacific Division Ministerial Training. Singapore and Malaysia. July 2016.

Hyveth Williams. “Women, don’t do it! Exploring the longings of a woman’s heart.” Mother’s Prayer Conference. London, England. November 2016.

Church History

P. Gerard Damsteegt. “Interpretation of Revelation 12” and “Interpretation of Revelation 14.” Revelation Symposium. Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN. September 2–3, 2016.

P. Gerard Damsteegt. “The ‘plain’ and ‘literalistic’ reading of scripture in the history of hermeneutics”. Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology, and Worldview. Cancun, Mexico. May 2–8, 2016.

Denis Kaiser. “God is our refuge and strength: Martin Luther in the perception of Ellen G. White.” Perceptions of the Protestant Reformation in Seventh-day Adventism, International Symposium. Institute of Adventist Studies, Friedensau Adventist University, Friedensau, Germany. May 10, 2016.

Denis Kaiser. “Inspiration in Ellen Whites Erfahrung und Verständnis.” International Ellen G. White Symposium. Seminar Schloss Bogenhofen, St. Peter am Hart, Austria. July 14-17, 2016.

Nicholas Miller. “Adventism, the Bible, and social justice.” Adventist Theological Society Conference. Oakwood University, Huntsville, AL. April 14–15, 2016.

Nicholas Miller. “Biblical and Christian views of human nature and gender.” North American Division Symposium on Transgender People. Santa Barbara, CA. December 3, 2016.

Nicholas Miller. “Ellen White, natural rights, and social justice.” Adventist Theological Society Conference. Oakwood University, Huntsville, AL. April 14–15, 2016.

Nicholas Miller. “The impact of the new exempt employee salary and overtime standards on various conference positions.” North American Division SDA Attorney’s Conference. Las Vegas, NV. October 23, 2016.

Nicholas Miller. “The pastor and the law.” Carolina Conference Ministers’ Meeting. January 31–February 3, 2016.

Nicholas Miller. “The Protestant roots of Seventh-day Adventism.” Second International Symposium of Adventist Studies. Friedensau University, Möckern, Germany. May 9, 2016.

Nicholas Miller. Respondent to Alec Ryrie’s Lecture on “How Protestants Use the Bible—and How They Think They Use It.” 37th G. Arthur Keough Lectureship. Washington Adventist University, Takoma Park, MD. February 19, 2016.

Nicholas Miller. “Same sex issues.” Winter Ministers’ Meetings. Cohutta Springs Conference Center. Crandall, GA. January 10–13, 2016.

Nicholas Miller. “A short history of Adventist hermeneutical approaches.” Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology and Worldview. Cancun, Mexico. May 4, 2016.

Nicholas Miller. “Summary of contributions – Seeking International Religious Liberty Norms: Challenges and Promises.” 18th Meeting of IRLA Experts. Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, MA. August 18, 2016.

Trevor OReggio. “Seventh-day Adventists and the Radical Reformers.” Second International Symposium of Adventist Studies. Friedensau University, Möckern, Germany. May 9–12, 2016.

John Reeve. “El don de profecía en la época de la Iglisia primitive y en la Edad Media.” El Don Profético en las Escrituras y en la Historia. Montemorelos, México. July 6–9, 2016.

John Reeve. “En todas las épocas hubo testigos de Dios: Historigrafía en La Gran Controversia basado en el capítulo ‘Valdenses” [In all times there were witnesses of God: Historiography in The Great Controversy based on the Chapter “Waldenses”]. El Don Profético en las Escrituras y en la Historia. Montemorelos, México. July 6–9, 2016.

John Reeve. “La gracia proveniente de El Camino a Cristo” [Grace from the way of Christ]. El Don Profético en las Escrituras y en la Historia. Montemorelos, México. July 6–9, 2016.

John Reeve. “Irenaeus on Genesis 1.” Society of Biblical Literature. San Antonio, TX. November 19–22, 2016.

John Reeve. Respondent to Dan Belnap and Jill Kirby Sabbath. “Text and Tradition: Latter-day Saints and the Bible.” Society of Biblical Literature. San Antonio, TX. November 19–22, 2016.

David Trim. “America's favourite sect? The afterlife of the Huguenots: In the visual arts, literature, drama, music, and the movies.” Andrews Research Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. May 4–6, 2016.

David Trim. “‘Furnishing victualles both going and comming’: Supplying the Anglo-Dutch war effort, c.1570-1600.” North American Conference on British Studies Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C. November 11–13, 2016.

David Trim. “Leaving the church: Facts and figures about retention” and “Stopping the haemorrhage, healing the wounded: Creating church communities that are caring and welcoming.” Third Retention and Reclamation Conference. Northern Asia-Pacific Division, Ulaanbataar, Mongolia. May 16–17, 2016.

David Trim. “Strategy and the art of war in the Low Countries during the Eighty Years’ War.” Strategy and Its Making in Early Modern Europe. University of St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland. April 29–30, 2016.

David Trim. “What do the data say about retention and education?” and “Educating for Eternity.” Leadership Education and Development Conference. Seventh-day Adventist World Headquarters, Silver Spring, MD. October 5–7, 2016.

Discipleship & Religious Education

M. Howell, David Sedlacek, and D. Roberts. “Faith based dual degree MSW programs: Strengthening two worlds.” National Association of Christians in Social Work Annual Conference. Cincinnati, OH. November 17, 2016.

David Sedlacek. “Community chaplaincy social work: Providing post-suicide family support.” National Association of Christians in Social Work Annual Conference. Cincinnati, OH. November 17, 2016.

David Sedlacek. “Emotional healing: Experiencing Jesus in broken places,” “Forgiveness,” “Codependency and boundaries,” “12 steps to Recovery in Christ,” “Facilitating a Journey to Wholeness Group,” and “Emotional Healing.” Emotional Wellness: Sharing Wholeness, Serving All Health Summit. Orlando, Florida. January 13–17, 2016.

David Sedlacek. “Ministering to at-risk kids.” Children’s Leadership Conference. Center for Youth Evangelism/NAD Kid’s Center, Berrien Springs, MI. April 22, 2016.

David Sedlacek and Curtis J. VanderWaal. “Supporting LGBT+ youth in Seventh-day Adventist homes.” Adventist Conference on Family Research & Practice. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. July 22, 2016.

David Sedlacek, Curtis VanderWaal, and Lauren Lane. “The Impact of family rejection or acceptance among LGBT+ Millenials in the Seventh-day Adventist Church.” North American Association of Christians in Social Work Annual Conference. Cincinnati, OH. November 18, 2016.

Allan Walshe and David Sedlacek. “The hermeneutics of the heart through the lens of Ephesians 1:18.” Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology and Worldview. Cancun, Mexico. May 2–9, 2016.

New Testament

Richard Choi. “In search of the Old Greek in the Septuagint Psalter: A case study of Psalm 50(49).” International SBL. Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea. July 4, 2016.

Richard Choi. “Reading Gal 1:12 and 2:16 as an inclusio.” International SBL Conference. Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea. July 6, 2016.

Richard Choi. “The use of Hellenistic poetic Lexis in LXX Psalms.” Midwest SBL Conference. Olivet Nazarene University, Bourbonnais, IL. February 6, 2016.

Teresa Reeve. “Waiting for the kingdom.” Adventist Society for Religious Studies Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX. November 18, 2016.

Thomas Shepherd. “Creation in the Gospel of Mark.” Faith and Science Council. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. October 18, 2016.

Ranko Stefanovic. “Approaches to the prophetic interpretation of Revelation,” “Interpreting the messages to the seven churches,” “The fifth and sixth trumpets of Revelation,” “Meaning of Revelation 12,” ”Two beasts of Revelation 13,” and “The seven heads of the beast (Rev. 17).” Pastors Conference: Issues in Revelation, in Warsaw, Poland, September 19–21, 2016.

Ranko Stefanovic. “Central theme of Revelation,” “The Lamb and the scroll,” “Who are the 144,000?” “Meaning of Revelation 12,” “The two beasts of Revelation 13,” “The seven heads of the beast,” and “Meaning of the seven last plagues.” Issues in the Book of Revelation Conference. Dubai, United Arabic Emirates. May 17–21, 2016.

Ranko Stefanovic. “Central theme of Revelation,” “Symbolism of the Book of Revelation,” “Meaning of the 144,000?” and “The seven heads of the beast (Rev. 17).” Church Elders Conference: Issues in the Book of Revelation. Warsaw, Poland. September 17–18, 2016.

Ranko Stefanovic. “Central theme of Revelation,” “Symbolism of the book of Revelation,” “Meaning of the 144,000?” and “The seven heads of the beast (Rev. 17).” Portsmouth SDA Church, Great Britain. April 8–9, 2016.

Ranko Stefanovic. “Central theme of Revelation,” “Symbolism of the book of Revelation,” “Meaning of the 144,000?” and “The seven heads of the beast (Rev. 17).” St. Helena Spanish SDA Church, St Helena, California. February 19–21, 2016.

Ranko Stefanovic. “Hermeneutics of Revelation.” Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology, and Worldview. Cancun, Mexico. May 4, 2016.

Ranko Stefanovic. “El don de profecia y la Iglesia” [The Gift of Prophecy and the Church] and “El Espiritu de Profecia en el Apocalipsis de Juan” [The Spirit of Prophecy in the Apocalypse of John]. V Conferencia Biblica El don Profetico en las Escrituras y en la Historia. Montemorelos University, Mexico. July 6–9, 2016.

Ranko Stefanovic. “El papel de Elena de White en los primeros anos de la formacion de la Iglesia (1844-1863)” [The role of Ellen White in the early years of the formation of the Church (1844-1863)] and “El papel de Elena de White en el period posterior a la formacion de la Iglesia (1863-1888)” [The role of Ellen White in the period after the formation of the Church (1863-1888)]. V Conferencia Biblica El don Profetico en las Escrituras y en la Historia. Montemorelos University, Mexico. July 6–9, 2016.

Cedric Vine. “Matthew 23:34 and the discipleship ideal.” IFAMS/Swallen Mission Conference. Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. September 16, 2016.

Old Testament

Richard M. Davidson. “Biblical principles of interpretation in the study of origins.” Fourth Symposium on Faith and Science. Antillean Adventist University, Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. September 9, 2016.

Richard M. Davidson. “Did the New Testament writers ‘twist’ the Scriptures? An exploration of the Old Testament warrant for biblical typology.” Institute of Biblical Research Annual Meeting, The Relationship between the Old and the New Testament. San Antonio, TX. November 18, 2016.

Richard M. Davidson. “Ellen G. Whites Einsichten in die Bible, im Licht der ursprünglichen biblischen Sprachen” [Ellen G. White’s insights into the Bible in light of the original biblical languages]. Ellen G. White Symposium. Seminar Schloss Bogenhofen, St. Peter am Hart, Austria. July 16, 2016.

Richard M. Davidson. “A Mensagem de Deus para nós no Relato da Criação de Gênesis” [God’s message for us in the Genesis creation account]. Eighth National Conference on Creationism. Centro Universitário Adventista de São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil. January 23, 2016.

Richard M. Davidson. “The nature and work of the Holy Spirit in the Pentateuch.” Evangelical Theological Society/Adventist Theological Society Annual Meetings. San Antonio, TX. November 16, 2016.

Richard M. Davidson. Panel discussion. Composition of the Pentateuch Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. April 3, 2016.

Richard M. Davidson. “Princípios bíblicos para a interpretação dda Bíblia ilustrados a partir de Gênesis 1–2” [Biblical principles for interpreting scripture, Illustrated from Genesis 1–2]. Eighth National Conference on Creationism. Centro Universitário Adventista de São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil. January 22, 2016.

Richard M. Davidson. “Revisiting the literary structure(s) of the Book of Exodus.” Composition of the Pentateuch Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. April 3, 2016.

Richard M. Davidson. “The shepherd and the exegetes: Hermeneutics through the eyes of Psalm 23.” Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology, and Worldview. Cancun, Mexico. May 3, 2016.

Constance E. Gane. "The destruction of Nineveh and the Halzi Gate,” “Babylon: Gate of the ‘Gods.’ Transcendent Occultation of the Divine in Neo-Babylonian Art,” and “A Woman in the Royal Court of Achaemenid Persia.” 19th AIIAS Theological Forum: Digging the Scriptures. Lalaan I, Silang, Cavite, Philippines. November 10–12, 2016.

Constance E. Gane. “Is the Bible reliable? Excellence in exile—Daniel” and “Is the Bible Reliable? Excellence in exile—Moses.” Adventist Theological Society Bible Conference. Kavre Palanchowk Dhulikhel, Nepal. January 17–21, 2016.

Constance E. Gane and Randall Younker. “Tall Jalul excavation results: Phase I.” 13th International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan. Amman, Jordan. May 26, 2016.

Roy Gane. “Failure in a ritual procession and its implications (2 Samuel 6)” and “Purification offerings and paradoxical purification of the Holy.” Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX. November 21, 2016.

Roy Gane. “Hermeneutical errors committed by various kinds of scholars.” Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology, and Worldview. Cancun, Mexico. May 3, 2016.

Roy Gane. “Theology enshrined in the Israelite sanctuary.” Sacred Space, Sacred Thread: A Global Conference at USC. University of Southern California, Los Angeles. November 4, 2016.

Roy Gane. “Was Leviticus composed by Aaronide priests to justify their cultic monopoly?” Exploring the Composition of the Pentateuch. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. April 4, 2016.

Oliver Glanz. “ BibleOL’s exam mode and the need for disambiguating morphological analysis. ” Society of Biblical Literature, GLI event. San Antonio, TX. November 18, 2016.

Oliver Glanz. “ Heilsgeschichte and sola scriptura: The history of the concept of Heilsgeschichte in the works of Hofmann, Steck, and Hesse. ” ASSRG Bi-annual Meeting. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. October 14, 2016.

Oliver Glanz. “ You rather be afraid of God! – The valence of fear in Lev 19 and 25: The differences between ירא+מִן and ירא+אֵת constructions. ” Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology and Worldview . Cancún, Mexico. May 10, 2016.

Kleber DeOliveira Gonçalves. “The divine paternity.” Discipleship Forum. Sao Paulo, Brazil. October 23, 2016.

Kleber DeOliveira Gonçalves. “The many voices of the urban life.” Leadership Summit. South New Zealand Conference. Ashburton, New Zealand. April 8–10, 2016.

Kleber DeOliveira Gonçalves. “The new Athens: Fulfilling the mission of the ‘Unknown God’.” Global Mission Advisory. Argentina Union Conference. Buenos Aires, Argentina. May 15–16, 2016.

Kleber DeOliveira Gonçalves. “Transforming discipleship: Opportunities in following the Master in a postmodern world.” IFAMS/Swallen Mission Conference, Discipleship in Context: Being All for Christ in the Era of Social Media. Berrien Springs, MI. September 15–17, 2016.

Kleber DeOliveira Gonçalves. “Urban life: The fiercest battle between good and evil.” Global Mission Conference. University of Montemorellos, Montemorellos, Mexico. March 4–6, 2016.

Paul Gregor. “7 churches, Israel and Jordan.” Westside Seventh-day Adventist Church. September 3, 2016.

Paul Gregor. “Water system at Tell Jalul.” 13th International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan. Jordan. May 26, 2016.

Paul Gregor. “The waters of Jalul.” Horn Museum Lecture Series. November 7, 2016.

Gerald A. Klingbeil. “‘From the universal to the particular’: Seven thesis statements concerning the hermeneutics of the Pentateuch.” Composition of the Pentateuch Symposium. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. April 4, 2016.

Jiří Moskala. “Are the last days really here?” “The panorama of God’s judgment in seven phases spring from the cross,” “The Gospel According to God’s Judgment at Its Best,” and “The Divine Judgment: Good or Bad News?” SHAPE UP: Adventist Theology and Missiology in the 21st Century 1st Theological Forum. Adventist University of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines. March 17, 2016.

Jiří Moskala. “Die prophetische Stimme im Alten Testament: ein Überblick.” International Ellen G. White Symposium. Seminar Schloss Bogenhofen, Bogenhofen, Austria. July 14, 2016.

Jiří Moskala. “The Lord shelters: His blazing love and grace,” “Embracing: When faith does not make sense,” and “Three Angels’ Message: Still relevant?” Ontario SEEDS Conference. Toronto, Canada. March 25–26, 2016.

Jiří Moskala. “Reconsidering the literary structure of the book of Deuteronomy.” Exploring the Composition of the Pentateuch Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. April 5, 2016.

Paul J. Ray, Jr. “A series of Iron Age domestic buildings in Field C at Tall Jalul.” Thirteenth International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan. Amman, Jordan. May 21–26, 2016.

Randall Younker. “The emergence of Christian culture in western Sicily.” American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX. November 17, 2016.

Randall Younker. “Results of the 2016 season at San Miceli.” Risultati Preliminari Della Campagna Di Scavo 2016 Effettuata Presso Il Villaggio Tardo Romano E La Basilica Paleocristiana Di San Miceli. Salemi, Sicily, Italy. July 6, 2016.

Randall Younker. “Tall Jalul excavation results: Phase I.” 13th International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan. Amman, Jordan. May 26, 2016.

Theology and Christian Philosophy

JoAnn Davidson. “God, Scripture, and aesthetic value.” Global Adventist Internet Network Conference. Washington, D.C. February 26, 2016.

JoAnn Davidson. “The great Sabbath welcome,” “Jesus and his Sabbath,” “The Sabbath throughout the Old Testament,” “My cup runs over,” “Hannah: A praying mother,” “Another look at Proverbs 31 to give us a blessing rather than a discouragement,” “And call the Sabbath a delight (Isaiah 58:13),” “Sabbath through history,” “The vast parameters of the Sabbath,” and “What about the problem texts?” Adventist Theological Society Symposium. The Hague, Netherlands. March 13–16, 2017.

JoAnn Davidson. “Power or person: Nature of the Holy Spirit.” Evangelical Theological Society Annual Meetings. San Antonio, TX. November 16, 2016.

JoAnn Davidson. Eight Lectures, Columbia Union REACH Evangelism School. Philadelphia, PA. November 6-10, 2016.

Denis Fortin. “Adventism and the Trinity: Current issues and concerns,” “Early Adventists and the Trinity,” “The divinity of Jesus,” “Ellen G. White and the Trinity,” “Ellen G. White’s original statements on the Trinity.” Wisconsin Conference. August 8, 2016.

Denis Fortin. “Growing up in Christ: Ellen White’s concept of discipleship.” International Fellowship of Adventist Mission Studies and the Swallen Mission Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. September 15–17, 2016.

Denis Fortin. “The repentance of David in Psalm 51,” “Steps to salvation,” and “Justification by faith.” Northern District Meeting, Wisconsin Conference. September 24, 2016.

Martin Frederick Hanna. “The semantic complexity of Scripture.” Seminary Hermeneutics Conference. Cancun, Mexico. May 4, 2016.

Darius Jankiewicz. “Bumpy journey toward an Adventist theology of salvation,” “Original sin and human nature;” “Key aspects of the Roman Catholic soteriology,” “Doctrine of salvation: Lutheran and Calvinist approaches,” “Jacobus Arminius: Key aspects of Arminian soteriology,” “The Arminian watershed,” “Safety on the road to salvation,” “Prevenient grace in the Bible and the Writings of Ellen G. White,” “The Idea of the investigative judgment: A theological necessity,” Potholes on the Road to Heaven, Pastors Conference. Jindabyne, New South Wales, Australia. July 24–28, 2016.

Darius Jankiewicz. “Hermeneutics of slavery.” Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology and Worldview. Cancun, Mexico. May 2–9, 2016.

Darius Jankiewicz. “History of ordination” and “Authority of the Christian leader.” Walla Walla University Church Forum. Walla Walla, WA. October 22, 2016.

Darius Jankiewicz. “The meaning of ordination,” “The Problem of authority,” and “The Problem of headship.” Sunnyside Seventh-day Adventist Church Lectureship Series, Walla Walla University’s Center for Bible, Faith and Mission. February 19, 2016.

Darius Jankiewicz. “Response to ‘Spiritual detours in ministry: The story of G. I. Butler’.” Ellen G. White Issues Symposium. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. March 28, 2016.

Darius Jankiewicz. “Sola Scriptura and slavery.” Adventist Sola Scriptura Research Group, 9th session. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. October 16, 2016.

Ante Jerončić. “‘The daughter of Parrhesia’: Subjectivity, truth, and human flourishing in Michel Foucault’s later writings.” Society of Adventist Philosophers. November 2016.

Joel Klimkewicz (Darius Jankiewicz). “Predestination and justification: A critical assessment of election in the theology of Martin Luther.” April 1, 2016.

John C. Peckham. “The cosmic conflict and the origin of evil.” Faith and Science Council Subcommittee on Theodicy. Berrien Springs, MI. October 20, 2016.

John C. Peckham. "Why canonical theology?” Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology and Worldview. Cancun, Mexico. May 4, 2016.

World Mission

Bruce L. Bauer. “The challenge remaining,” “Biblical responses to demonization,” “God’s use of dreams in mission today.” I Will Go Too! 2.0. Medellin, Columbia. August 3–6, 2016.

Bruce L. Bauer. “Cultural foundations for fear of witchcraft in Africa.” 4th Adventist Mission in Africa Conference: Biblical Responses to Witchcraft in Africa. Berrien Springs, MI. October 13–15, 2016.

Bruce L. Bauer. “The importance of worldview change in the discipling process.” Discipleship in Context Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. September 15–17, 2016.

Bruce L. Bauer. “Needed: A new metric to assess Adventist mission.” Global Mission Issues Committee. Silver Spring, MD. April 5–6, 2016.

Bruce L. Bauer. “Social location and its impact on hermeneutics.” Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology and Worldview. Cancun, Mexico. May 2–9, 2016.

Bruce L. Bauer. “Split-level Christianity: The phenomena, meaning, forms, cases, examples, effects and dangers on mission.” Split-Level Christianity Symposium. Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. November 11–13, 2016.

Bruce L. Bauer. “Worldview transformation: A response to split-level Christianity,” “Spiritual warfare: The great controversy—A battle over truth, allegiance, and power,” and “Doing mission in the power and authority of Jesus.” Split-Level Christianity Symposium. Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. November 11–13, 2016.

Petr Činčala. “Adventist Human-Subject Researchers database online.” Adventist Human-Subject Researchers Association Annual Conference. Oakwood University, Huntsville, AL. May 10–11, 2016.

Petr Činčala. “Building a vibrant, healthy, growing church.” Adventist Society for Religious Studies Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX. November 17–19, 2016.

Petr Činčala. “Genuine discipleship empowered by acceptance: Case study – Work with youth.” IFAMS/Swallen Mission Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. September 15–17, 2016.

Petr Činčala. “The triune God as a driving force behind a healthy growing church.” Adventist Theological Society Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX. November 17–19, 2016.

Petr Činčala and René D. Drumm. “Vital or vapid? How do Seventh-day Adventist congregations compare on vitality indicators?” Religious Research Association Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA. October 27–30, 2016.

Petr Činčala, Duane C. McBride, and René D. Drumm. “To give or not to give: The answer by generation.” Adventist Human-Subject Researchers Association Annual Conference. Oakwood University, Huntsville, AL. May 10–11, 2016.

Gorden Doss. “The challenges of Adventist discipleship.” IFAMS/Swallen Mission Conference. September 15–17, 2016.

Gorden Doss. “Culture, worldview, biblical interpretation, and mission.” Seminary Faculty Biblical Hermeneutics Conference. Cancun, Mexico. May 2–9, 2016.

René D. Drumm, Petr Činčala, and Duane C. McBride. “‘I give to local things’: Barriers to mission giving in a North American sample of congregants.” Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA. October 27–30, 2016.

Wagner Kuhn. “Construindo tendas (e igrejas) num mundo globalizado: O exemplo do Moravios” [Building tents (and churches) in a globalized world: The Moravian example] and “Deixando o passado e o futuro: A encarnação como missão” [Leaving the past and the future: Incarnation as mission]. Tentmakers: Encontro de Missionários Conference. São Paulo, SP, Brazil. October 22, 2016.

Wagner Kuhn. “Hermeneutics for a theology on the way: The Bible as frontline mission,” “The Holy Spirit, the church, and Paul: Acts 21 and its implications for mission today,” “Effective cross-cultural communication: Building bridges for the Gospel,” “Counter-cultural values in Acts 4: Collectivism and individualism in the apostolic church,” and “Your work as mission: Reflecting the face of God in your professional life.” International Bible and Mission Conference. Almaty, Kazakhstan. September 10, 2016.

Wagner Kuhn. “Mission through trials and tribulations: The example of Paul,” “Hermeneutics for a theology on the way: The Bible as frontline mission,” “Effective cross-cultural communication: Building bridges for the Gospel,” and “Your work as mission: Reflecting the face of God in your professional life.” International Bible and Mission Conference. Mahalapye, Botswana. July 20–23, 2016.

Wagner Kuhn. “The occult, witchcraft, and the fear of death: Missiological implications of fundamental belief #11.” Fourth Adventist Mission in Africa Conference: Biblical Responses to Witchcraft in Africa. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. October 15, 2016.

Wagner Kuhn. “Su trabajo como misión: Cruzando fronteras peligrosas” [Your job as a mission: Crossing dangerous borders], “La predicación del evangelio en otras culturas” [The preaching of the gospel in other cultures], and “Plantación de iglesias: Porqué?” [Church planting: Why?]. I Will Go Mission Conference. UCh, Chillan, Chile. December 2–3, 2016.

Wagner Kuhn. “Theology on the way: Hermeneutics from and for the frontline.” Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics, Methodology and Worldview. Cancun, Mexico. May 6, 2016.

Boubakar Sanou. “Toward a biblical model of discipleship: A case study of the Willow Creek Community Church.” 2016 IFAMS/Swallen Mission Conference. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI. September 15–17, 2016.

Boubakar Sanou. “Witchcraft accusations: Destroyers of family, community, and church.” 4th Adventist Mission in Africa Conference. Berrien Springs, MI. October 14, 2016.