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Faculty Research Forum to Be Held November 6 at Mount Union College

October 31, 2006

Mount Union College faculty members Dr. Kenneth Weber, Susan E. Haddox, Dr. Rodney F. Dick and Dr. Mary M. Eicholtz will be the featured speakers at the annual Faculty Forum on Monday, November 6 at 5:30 p.m. in Chapman Hall Room 111.

The introduction will be given by Dr. Patricia Draves, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the College. Dr. John F. Kirchmeyer, professor of computer science and information systems, will serve as moderator.

Weber, associate professor of computer science and information systems, will be speaking on 'Fast GDC Algorithms.' He earned a bachelor of science degree from Kent State University, master of arts and master of science degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a doctoral degree from Kent State University.

Haddox, assistant professor of religious studies, is to speak on 'The Politics of Masculinity Hosea.' She earned a bachelor of arts degree from Gustavus Adolphus College, a master of science degree from Stanford University and a master of divinity degree from the Pacific School of Religion.

Dick, assistant professor of English, will be discussing 'Does Interfere Matter?: A Study of Web Authoring and Editing.' He earned a bachelor of arts degree from Gonzaga University and master of arts and doctoral degrees from the University of Louisville.

Eicholtz, assistant professor of communication, will be speaking about 'Connecting with the Organizational Culture: An Assessment During Transition.' She earned bachelor of science degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and Edinboro State College, a master of arts degree from La Salle University and a doctoral degree from The Ohio State University.

The summary will be given by Kirchmeyer and concluding remarks will be offered by Draves who will also award certificates of recognition.

The Faculty Forum is organized each year by Dr. Santosh C. Saha, professor of history.

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