Noteworthy 2017-18

Christi Siver, associate professor of political science, is author of the book Military Interventions, War Crimes, and Protecting Civilians

Laura Taylor, assistant professor of theology, had an essay "Our Lady of Guadalupe: A Feminist, Performative Interpretation" included in the book American Catholicism in the 21st Century: Crossroads, Crisis, or Renewal?

John Friend, assistant professor of political science, had a book chapter published in Routledge Handbook of Defence Studies titled “Nuclear Warfare and Deterrence.” He had an article co-authored in the journal Medical Decision Making titled “Who Decides – Me or We? Family Involvement in Medical Decision Making in Eastern and Western Countries.” His book chapter with political science senior Zhiyuan He and faculty member Deborah Pembleton was published by Palgrave Macmillan. “The Role of Sociocultural Context in the Leader–Follower Relationship: An Analysis of Lee Kuan Yew’s Authentic Transformational Leadership” was included in the book Authentic Leadership and Followership.

Jennifer Beste, professor of theology and Koch Chair in Catholic Thought and Culture, is author of the book College Hookup Culture and Christian Ethics: The Lives and Longings of Emerging Adults.

Warren Bostrom, associate professor of accounting and finance, and Mary Jepperson, professor of accounting and finance, received the MNCPA New Instructor Bravery Member Award.

Mary Dana Hinton, CSB president, served on a panel titled "Liberal Education: Education for Leadership" as part of Susquehanna University's presidential inauguration.

Steve Mucci, visiting assistant professor of global business leadership, is author of the book Political and Investment Risk in the International Oil and Gas Industry. 

Michael Hemesath, SJU president, served on a panel titled "The Legacy of Land O’ Lakes in Catholic Higher Education Today" at the Land O' Lakes at 50 conference at Boston College.