Nyack College Arts and Sciences News
Congratulations on A&S Faculty Promotions
The College of Arts and Sciences wishes to congratulate the following Faculty on their successful promotions:
Dr. Vilma Balmaceda..........Granted sabbatical for the 2014-2015 academic year
Dr. Sharron Greaves...........Promoted to Full Professor
Dr. Kevin Pinkham..............Promoted to Associate Professor and granted Tenure
Dr. Jacqueline Washington...Granted sabbatical for the 2014-2015 academic year
Dr. Jack Wiltshire................Granted tenure
Colloquium Series Features Dr. Yu
Nyack College Assistant History professor, Dr. Kale Yu, will be the featured presenter for the second session of the 2015 Center for Scholarship and Global Engagement's Colloquium Series, “Critical Reads on Global Sustainability” on Wednesday, February 25, 4:00 -5:15 p.m. in Shuman Hall (Presidents Hall) on the Rockland County campus, 1 South Boulevard, Nyack, NY.
Dr. Yu will discuss David Orr’s, Earth in Mind: On Education, Environment, and the Human Prospect.
Admission is free and open to the public.
Percie McLain joins A&S as Administrative Coordinator
Percelene McLain, (affectionately known as Percie,) who has been employed at Nyack College for nearly thirteen years, recently joined the College of Arts and Sciences as the Administrative Coordinator. “Nyack College is more than a place of employment. It is a place of ministry where almost every day presents an opportunity to inspire someone,” Percie shares.
Ms. McLain earned her Bachelor of Science in Social Work at the Nyack College Manhattan campus. In pursuit of her ultimate goal of becoming a counselor, she has completed courses at Nyack’s Alliance Graduate School of Counseling. She will enter Nyack’s Master of Science in Social Work program in the fall of 2015.
Percelene thanks God daily for the opportunity, the ability, the strength, and the wisdom, to do the work that He has called her to do at Nyack College.
Dr. Park initiates Nyack College Fishing Club
The NEW Nyack College Fishing Club is all about fish and fishing!
Students and faculty will learn how to fish and get to go fishing! The Nyack College Fishing Club is dedicated to teaching others about the joys of fishing and of aquatic wildlife.
Club goals include developing of a deeper appreciation for nature in and around Rockland County and Battery Park, understanding the history and cultures surrounding fishing, and getting involved in community service that expresses a passion for underwater wildlife.
In Spring 2015, the club will met every Friday at 3pm in the North Building Science Lab (Rockland campus).
For more information, contact the Club Director and Faculty Advisor, Dr. Peter J. Park, Assistant Professor of Biology, at Peter.Park@nyack.edu.
Nyack College Fishing Club Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/nyackfishingclub
Nyack College Fishing Club Website/Blog: http://nyackfishingclub.blogspot.com/
Dr. Yu publishes review in Sociology of Religion
Dr. K. Kale Yu, Assistant Professor of History, published a book review in the Sociology of Religion, the official journal of the Association for the Sociology of Religion.
Dr. Yu reviewed Ecologies of Faith in New York City: The Evolution of Religious Institutions, edited by RICHARD CIMINONADIA A. MIAN, and WEISHAN HUANG. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2013.
To read the review:
- Congratulations on A&S Faculty Promotions
- Colloquium Series Features Dr. Yu
- Percie McLain joins A&S as Administrative Coordinator
- Dr. Park initiates Nyack College Fishing Club
- Dr. Yu publishes review in Sociology of Religion
- Dr. Park joins BIOL-O-GEE R.A.P. TEAM
- Division of Student Success Awarded Certification
- Dr. Poston and Pamela Code explore death, religion and science
- Dr. Pinkham delivers paper and publishes review
- Dr. Greaves explores Hip Hop culture in Diaspora
- Student Success adjunct selected for writing Best Teen Book
- Dr. Lux publishes essay in volume on Luther
- Dr. Poston publishes review
- A&S well represented in Class Act
- Dr. Poston contributes in Handbook of Religion
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