Professional recognition reception highlights faculty’s most recent publications and research

Recently ranked #10 among the nation’s liberal arts college for best undergraduate teaching by U.S. News & World Report, Centre College faculty consistently receive high praise for their commitment to top-notch teaching. Beyond the classroom, however, Centre professors are also leaders within their fields, engaged in their own research, writing and creative pursuits.

At least five times each year, the College holds professional recognition receptions to celebrate the faculty’s peer-reviewed accomplishments. The most recent event was held Wednesday, September 24, in the Evans-Lively Room of Old Carnegie, and featured five faculty members presenting their latest work. During the reception, the group heard from scholars in the disciplines of history, psychology, religion and art.

 Jenn Goetz,  Assistant Professor of Psychology
Campos, B., Shiota, M. N., Keltner, D., Gonzaga, G., & Goetz, J. L. “What is shared, what is different? Core relational themes and expressive displays of eight positive emotions.” Emotion & Cognition. 2013.

Stephen Dove, Assistant Professor of History
“Protestantism in Latin America.” Oxford Bibliographies in Latin American Studies. Ed. by Ben Vinson. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.

Aaron Godlaski, Assistant Professor of Psychology
Topalli, V., Giancola, P., Tarter, R., Swahn, M.H., Martel, M.M., Godlaski, A.J., & McCoun, K. “The Persistence of Neighborhood Disadvantage: An Experimental Investigation of Alcohol and Later Physical Aggression.” Criminal Justice and Behavior. 26 November 2013.

Tom McCollough, Rodes Professor of Religion
“City and Village in Lower Galilee: The Import of the Archaeological Excavations at Sepphoris and Khirbet Qana (Cana) for Framing the Economic Context of Jesus.” The Galilean Economy in the Time of Jesus. Eds. D. Fiensy and R. Hawkins. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2013.

Sheldon Tapley, Stodghill Professor of Art
Juried and curated group art exhibitions in 2013:
Kentucky Visions at the Capitol – Capitol Annex (Frankfort, Kentucky)
UnCommon Wealth – Kentucky Arts Council Traveling Exhibition
Faces and Figures – Artisans Enterprise Center (Covington, Kentucky)
National Contemporary Realism 2013 – M.A. Doran Gallery (Tulsa, Oklahoma)
Fast Forward To The Renaissance – The Southern Ohio Museum (Portsmouth, Ohio)
Art published:
International Painting Annual, Volume 3 – A juried exhibition in print published by Manifest Gallery (Cincinnati, Ohio).

by Caitlan Cole

By |2019-03-27T18:55:22-04:00September 26th, 2014|Academics, History, News, Psychology, Religion, Studio Art|