Employee Excellence Award Winners

The Employee Excellence Awards luncheon was held May 16 in the CMU Ballroom. Employees are nominated by their peers for recognition in five categories. This year’s award winners include: Excellence in Service to Students: Becky Boyle Jones Excellence in Service to the Community: Shireen Alemadi Excellence in Service to the University: Classified Staff of the Livingston Lord Library: Christy Boyer, […]

Faculty-student research presented at 18th Annual Qualitative Research Conference

Sociology and political science student, Tyler C. Anderson, senior, and Dr. Lee Garth Vigilant, Sociology & Criminal Justice, presented a paper at the 18th Annual Qualitative Research Conference at the University of St. Thomas on June 15. The paper’s title was “Try To See It My Way:” Interpretive Dilemmas in Insider/Outsider Team Research (Reading “Gender Control” into Data from a […]

Sociology and Criminal Justice Fall Colloquium

Lee Vigilant, associate professor of Sociology, and Lauren Wold, honors apprentice scholar, will present the fall Department Colloquium Wednesday, October 5 at 12:30 p.m. in CMU 203. The title of their colloquium is “‘You Can’t Rely on Somebody Else to Teach Them Something They Don’t Believe:’ Concerted Moral Cultivation and the Father’s ‘Protective Cocoon’ in Christian Homeschooling Households.” For more […]

Advising Committee announces award winners

The Advising Committee announces the winners of the student-nominated Advising Awards. The winners from each college are: College of Arts and Humanities: Denise Gorsline, College of Business and Industry: Wayne Gudmundson, College of Education and Human Services: Coleen Roller, and College of Social and Natural Sciences: Lee Vigilant. Click headline to see all nominees.