2007. 01. 04.
Professor Reviews History
History Professor Steven Maughan recently published two book reviews in the area of colonial studies. The first, a long online review for H-Net, assesses two books that examine the role of female European missionaries in two very different colonial settings and times: late-colonial India and post-colonial East Africa. You can read the review online. The second article appears in the Journal of British Studies and reviews a recent work on the colonial construction of religion in India. The work examines the ways that the colonial encounter shaped religious response and religious identity in the British Raj as both Indian religious leaders and European missionaries responded to the new conditions created by the environment of colonial modernization ushered in by the imperial state.
New Director Welcomed
It is with great excitement that Albertson College of Idaho announces the addition of Jennifer Oxley as the new Director of Public Relations, Marketing and Communications. Oxley began her new post on Monday, January 2. She most recently worked as the public relations officer for Idaho Superintendent of Education Marilyn Howard. Oxley brings a wealth of experience to the position. You can reach her by visiting her office in Sterry 405 or by e-mail.
Society Selects CofI Student for Award
ACI junior Lindsey Hunt’s hard work has been recognized by the Society of Toxicology. The biology major recently received an Undergraduate Toxicology Award to fund her participation in the Undergraduate Education Program at the research society’s annual meeting. The conference will be held in Charlotte, North Carolina in March 2007. The meeting brings together international researchers to promote the acquisition and utilization of knowledge in toxicology and aids in the protection of public health. This award will include an introduction to the discipline of toxicology, a special poster session with scientists and activities with a mentor. Hunt is the first Albertson College of Idaho student to receive this award. In addition to the award, Hunt, along with research partner and fellow junior Jackeline Rodriquez-Reyes will present their research during the conference. Their project is titled ‘Investigation of cadmium-induced oxidative stress and changes in RUNX2 mRNA expression in the human osteoblast-like cell line, Saos-2’ and is funded by a NIH-IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence grant.
Professor Presents on Holocaust Heros
Associate Professor of Modern Foreign Language Ellen Batt recently presented a paper at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. The paper was entitled ‘Unheard Hereos of the Holocaust.’ ‘The presentation allowed me to share with other college professors of German Cultural Studies my research on resistance movements during the Nazi era,’ Batt said.