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Nyack College NYC Scholars Symposium

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Thursday February 3, 2011

The Manhattan campus of Nyack College will host its Scholars Symposium on Wednesday, February 16, 2011. Two sessions will be held from 3:30-5:00 p.m. and from 6:00-7:30 p.m. at 361 Broadway.

Topics and room numbers of presentations follows the names of the speakers below. All presentations will be made at both 3:30 and 6:00 p.m. sessions.


Dr. Fernando Arzola Jr.: Exploring Worship: Catholic, Evangelical, and Orthodox Perspectives (Room 406) 


Dr. James Danaher: Contemplative Prayer: A Theology for the 21st Century (Room 404) 


Dr. Amy Davis: Girlz 2 Women: Rite of Passages for Evangelical Women (Room 405) 


Dr. Lars Fransden: Life and Work of Hans Werner Henze (Room 615) 


Dr. Dion Harrigan: Biblical Illiteracy: The Scourge of Integrating Faith and Learning

(Room 208) 


Dr. Leonard Kageler: Burnout: A Cross National Analysis (Room 402) 


Dr. Dongsu Kim: A Critique of the New Perspective in Light of Paul’s Pneumatology (Room 205) 


Dr. Stephen Maret: The Pre-natal Psychology and Theology of Frank Lake (Room 400) 


Prof. Brad McDuffie:  “The Sound of One Hand Clapping”: Teaching J. D. Salinger’s Nine Stories (Room 401) 


Dr. Russell McLeod: Undocumented Immigrants and the Scriptures (Room 200) 


Dr. Steven Notley: Learn the Lesson of the Fig Tree, Luke 21:29,30 (Room 206) 


Dr. Lyndell O’Hara (pictured above): Prosperity and Piety in a “Respectable Resort ”:The Enterprising Women of Ocean Grove NJ, 1870-1900 (Room 403) 


Prof. Scott Reitz: Social Networking Culture: Friend or Foe of the Academy (Room 300) 


Dr. Ron Walborn: Spiritual Formation for Normal People (Room 200) 


Dr. Steven Ware: When Was Jesus Really Born? (Room 301) 


Dr. Marie White: Academic Help-seeking: A Strategy for Academic Success (Room 207)

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