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Number 17 Fall Newsletter September, 2003

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    Dear Colleagues,

     STAFF

    This fall we began the semester with the

    We sadly said “good-by” to Brighton Miller largest and possibly the most talented faculty

    who has been such an integral part of our staff in Westminster College’s long history. This

    and wish her well with her plans to move to newsletter covers only a fraction of the

    Reno, Nevada where her husband is planning creative and exciting endeavors that you are

    to start his own business. Our three veteran all engaged in. I encourage you all, both the

    workstudy students, Brad Ankrum, Sarah new and the old faces, to reach out to each

    Maestas and Marie Tueller have returned other and help forge new friendships and

    from busy summers and they’re ready to connections. The new Strategic Plan

    provide the support we’ve grown to count on in proposal also offers us some challenges and

    the office. The beginning of school was opportunities for the futureand one of these

    especially exciting for Michelle who is challenges is to distinguish ourselves by our returning to school to finish her degree. We active, experiential, collaborative, and have hired two new freshman student workers cross-disciplinary distinctive educational who will need some time adjusting to our office programs. As we continue our cycle of routine. Please stop by and say hello to Jill program review and development, I Hartsen from Grand County High School in encourage you to think about new ways to Moab, and Jill Carr from Taylorsville High meet our learning goalsboth for our School. They’re friendly, outgoing young academic programs and for the College as a women who are anxious to get to know whole. The participation of the School of Arts everyone. and Sciences is critical in all of the initiatives and I hope you found areas that you will want ART to be involved with in the coming months and years. Kay Kuzminski invites everyone to see the pottery display on the first floor of Converse Have a great semester! Hall featuring the work of alumni Sulin Santee (’84), Amy Stanton (’98) and Karen Sander (’98), who all continue to work in clay. If anyone is interested in purchasing any of the pieces, please call 832-2331 or 2332 and leave a message. The exhibit will be there until November 15.

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    take over 5,000 images (video and stills) of

    plants, animals and rocks. Using a device to

    map where things are by satellite, the photos David Baddley’s work is included in the

    and “ground truth” data are being assembled exhibit, The Utah Environment: Opening A

    into both a web page and a CDRom to help the Dialogue. This exhibit is presented by The

    general public and teachers to use Geographic Great Basin Foundation and will be shown at

    Information Systems (GIS) and interactive Art Access Gallery, 339 West Pierpont Avenue

    web pages to learn about the natural history of and will run from October 17 through

    Albion Basin in their own backyard. The November 14. Everyone is invited to the

    project should be finished and accessible this artist’s reception on October 17 from 6:00 to

    year. If anyone wants a checklist of Albion 9:00 p.m., which is part of the monthly gallery

    Basin plants (with notes), please contact Ty at stroll.

    x2349.

     Craig Glidden’s multimedia work is part of

    Under Ty’s direction two other biology the Interior Exterior Spaces Distinguished

    undergraduates, Shawn Larsen and Brent Alumni Art Exhibition at the University of

    Woodsen, have been using the summer to Utah, College of Fine Arts. One of our art

    gather information on the drought tolerance of adjuncts, Lenka Konopasek’s work is also

    two native grasses in Dimple Dell Regional part of the show which will run through

    Park in Sandy. One of these grasses, Sand October 24. Lenka teaches our printmaking

    Dropseed, is physiologically active during the class. The artist’s reception is on October 7 at

    hottest part of the summer and we don’t 5:00-7:00p.m.

    understand exactly how or why. These

    students are using funds from past Gore Angela Banchero-Kelleher is teaching

    equipment purchases as well as Gore grants for Experiencing the Arts with Suzanne Simpson

    undergraduate research. Preliminary results this fall. Angela has a B.A. in History and an

    look publishable. M.F.A. in Modern Dance from the University

     of Utah. She currently dances with the

    During three weeks at the end of July and first Repertory Dance Theatre and Contemporary

    of August Ty and his wife Judy toured Danceworks and teaches part-time at Weber

    Scandinavia (Denmark, Sweden and Norway) State University.

    searching their emigrant ancestor’s roots.

    They ended up in Paris, France for several days

    with record-breaking and death-dealing BIOLOGY

    temperatures! It was so hot (104F.) that half of

    un-air conditioned Paris was outside at night Ty Harrison spent this past summer doing

    on the banks of the River Seine. The fjords, field research in Albion Basin with two

    glaciers and waterfalls of Norway were Westminster students, Michael Clifford and

    spectacular. Ty took six rolls of 36 exposure Charles Kuehn. The Friends of Alta are

    slides and plans to share them soon. funding a two-year cooperative project with

     Utah State University Remote Sensing

     Laboratory called The Albion Basin

    Scott Knight is a new adjunct instructor in Eco-Geography Project. Using a digital

    biology team teaching Principles of Biology camera and laptop computer they were able to

     3 with Brian Avery. Scott has a B.S. in Biology

    from Linfield College and a Ph.D. in COMMUNICATION

    Biochemistry/Microbiology from the

    University of Montana. He has taught at Fred Fogo is a “peer reviewer” for Linfield College and the University of Journalism and Communication Montana, and is currently a Postdoctoral Monographs having just completed a review Fellow in the Dept. of Biochemistry and the of a manuscript for that journal. Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University

    of Utah. Helen Hodgson joined Jeff McCarthy,

     Gaylen Bunker, and Michael Mamo in June Robert Willson is team teaching The Natural at the summer institute of the Associated New

    World this fall. He has a B.A. in Biology from American Colleges in Hampton, Virginia. She

    Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon says lots of interesting ideas were presented,

    and an M.S. in Biology/Ecology from Utah which were particularly timely in light of the

    State University. Robert is a professional ongoing work on the Strategic Plan. She just

    wildlife biologist currently working on winter returned from the annual conference of the

    populations of Bald Eagles on the Great Salt American Medical Writers Association, held in

    Lake and teaching part-time at Rowland-Hall Miami during hurricane Isabel (fortunately, it

    St. Marks. decided to go farther north). She completed her

     term as Immediate Past President at this

     conference and participated in a number of

    CHEMISTRY other ways: introduced the keynote speaker,

     presented two 3-hour workshops, gave a

    Paul Hooker worked this summer with breakfast roundtable and a 1-hour “how-to”, students Ike Morgan and Chris Gallatti and co-chaired a session on communication

    studying the effect of selenium on brine shrimp theory. Once she gets her 92-year-old mother

    from the Great Salt Lake. Paul explains, settled in Salt Lake City, life should become a

    “Excess selenium has been the cause of several bit calmer, allowing more time for escapes to

    environmental disasters resulting in the birth of Torrey.

    deformed birds and fish that end up devastating

    the local wildlife population.” While there Kim Zarkin joined the faculty this fall as an have been reports of elevated selenium levels Assistant Professor of Communication. She

    along the Green River in Utah, Paul says there has a B.A. in Mass Communications from

    has been no hard evidence that selenium is a James Madison University, an M.A. in Mass

    concern in the Great Salt Lake. However, this Communications/Radio from Emerson

    may be about to change as there is a plan to College and a Ph.D. in Mass Communications

    dump selenium from a group water clean-up from the University of Florida. Kim’s book, project into the Jordan River. This will Anti-Indecency Groups and the Federal ultimately make its way into the lake. As Communications Commission: A Study in the

    grebes typically eat 20,000-30,000 brine Politics of Broadcast Regulation, was shrimp per day, it is important to access the recently published by The Edwin Mellen Press

    impact that raised Se levels could have as it (www.mellenpress.com). This work is her enters the food web. doctoral dissertation written at the University

     of Florida. It looks at the influence of two

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    organizations from the Religious Right: the Helen says teaching has been a life-long

    American Family Association and Morality in passion for her. Before starting graduate

    Media, and their efforts to “encourage” the school, she lectured for a year for the Centre for

    FCC to enforce the regulations banning Computer Studies at Singapore’s Ngee Ann

    indecent material from the broadcast airwaves. Polytechnic, and since 1996 Helen has been a

     After combing through FCC documents, tutor with the Literacy Action Center.

    Congressional hearings and complaint files,

    Kim discovered that the groups were only Greg Gagne reports a new edition of influential when someone more powerful Operating System Concepts Using Java, a

    (member of Congress in particular) had the computer science text he co-authored and

    same agenda. While both of these groups have which will be published in October.

    worked for decades to clean up broadcasting,

    Kim says Howard Stern is still going strong.

     EARTH SYSTEMS SCIENCE Kim Grob is teaching Professional Writing

    this fall. Kim has a B.A. in Communication David Goldsmith and his student Jonathan from Loyola University and an M.F.A. in Newman will be going to this year’s Creative Writing from the University of Geological Society of America meeting in

    Arizona. Kim taught at the University of Seattle. They will be presenting the results of

    Arizona, and is currently Senior Writer, Euro last summer’s research. The title of the talk is

    RSCG Interaction where she develops and “Multiple Competitive Displacement Events in

    writes for interactive communications projects Two Species of the Neogene Gastropod

    including Websites, Webvertising, and HTML Pyrgulopsis.” David is also chairing a session e-mails. at the meeting.

Dallyn Zundel is teaching Principles of

    Layout and Design. He received his B.F.A. in ENGLISH Illustration from the Art Center College of

    Design in Pasadena California and an M.A. in Georgi Donavin was married this summer Education, Curriculum and Technology from and says her husband Bob King’s dowry the University of Phoenix. Dallyn works as a included installing a new air conditioner in the

    graphic artist, Qwest Dex, as a freelance old house just in time for the hottest summer on

    illustrator, and teaches part-time in the record. On a more professional note, Georgi

    Department of Visual Arts, Salt Lake gave a presentation at a symposium at

    Community College. University College in London, entitled,

     “Rhetorical Links in the Confessio Amantis.”

     The purpose of the symposium was to consider

    COMPUTER SCIENCE how hypertext could bring the 14

    Helen Hu joins the computer science faculty thas Assistant Professor, Computer Science this century poet stfall. She has a B.S.E. in Computer Science John Gower to the 21 century, so her project from Princeton University and a Ph.D. in demonstrated what an online edition of a part Computer Science from the University of Utah. of the Confessio Amantis would look like,

    complete with hyperlinks to major resources

    and contemporary criticism.

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    With the support of a Gore Summer Grant, entitled: “Julia Alvarez’s Novels How the Peter Goldman started writing and Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents and Yo: researching his book on Shakespeare and the Negotiations of Diasporic Identity.” Problem of Iconoclasm. In conjunction with his book project, he presented a paper entitled Natasha Saje took a month-long trip to “The Public versus the Private in Measure for Europe mostly with her parents, visiting Measure at the Wooden O Symposium in Bavaria, Austria, Slovenia, and Italy. One Cedar City on August 5thhighlight was seeing cousins she hadn’t seen in . This conference was

    26 years, and another was the Venice Biennale. sponsored by the Utah Shakespearean Festival,

     Her book of poems, Bend, is coming out in so he was also able to attend productions of

    November, and lots of poems from that book several Shakespeare plays.

     are in magazines this fall: Paris Review, Tar

    Susan Gunter’s paper, “Post Cold War River Poetry, Virginia Quarterly Review, and

    Liberal Arts Education: The End of Quarterly West. In July she read at Poets in the Metanarratives?,” will be published in the Park in Loveland, Colorado, as well as gave a

    Bulgarian Fulbright Newsletter this fall. Also lecture on literary evaluation.

    this fall, Susan will be giving a talk in Bulgaria

    at a conference honoring ten years of the David Stanley hosted another group of 30 Bulgarian Fulbright Commission on “Henry English teachers from 22 countries this

    James, Edward Hopper, and Urban Realism.” summer. He also went backpacking in Idaho

     and New York, attended a trail crew reunion in

    Elree Harris enjoyed the summer at her a very smoky Glacier National Park, and spent

    sister’s house in northern Montana, relaxing two weeks at the family farm in the

    and reading murder mysteries until the Glacier Adirondacks. He is finishing editing a book on

    National Park fires drove her back to the the history of folklore studies in Utah and will

    relatively clean air of Salt Lake City. chair a panel on public dimensions of folklore

     at the American Folklore Society meeting in

    Jeff McCarthy had the usual big helping of Albuquerque in October.

    climbing, reading, writing and conference

    going, but this Summer’s grandest challenges

    came in the form of house renovation instead of

    mountain ranges. One enjoyable activity to

    report is that in July he ran the Maine state Stephen Fellner is teaching Composition and triathlon with his mother and father. Research this fall. Steve has a B.A. in Rhetoric,

    Fatima Mujcinovic spent her summer in from the University of Illinois,

    Santa Barbara doing research at the University Urbana-Champaign, an M.F.A. in Creative

    of California and visiting with friends from Writing-Fiction, from the University of

    graduate school. She is happy to report that she Alabama, Tuscaloosa, and is A.B.D.,

    has completed her projects that were awarded Literature and Creative Writing, at the

    a Gore Summer Grant last semester. This University of Utah. Steve’s writing appears in semester, Fatima travelled to the University of publications such as Mid-American Review,

    Colorado, Boulder, to present at the Flyway Literary Review, Poet Lore, River

    Mid-America Conference of Hispanic City, and Seattle Review among others. Literatures (October 2-5, 2003). Her paper is

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    Early Republic under the direction of the great Karina Kerr is a new adjunct instructor

    Joyce Appleby. teaching Children’s Literature this fall. She

    During the summer, he worked on editing and has a B.A. in English from Iowa State

    annotating the memoir of Ann Gordge Lee University and an M.A. in English (Children’s)

    Kennedy, last wife of John D. Lee for eventual Literature from Eastern Michigan University.

    Karina’s teaching experience includes Henry publication in Arthur H. Clark’s Kingdom in

    Ford Community College, University of the West series, edited by Will Bagley. On Michigan, Brigham Young University and September 13, Jeff participated on a panel Utah Valley State College. She also does discussing polygamy along with Dorothy freelance work for Gale Publishing. Allred Salomon and Judith Freeman at the Salt

     Lake Book Festival. Laura Ann Manning is teaching Composition and Research. She received her HONORS

    B.A. in English from Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts, and an M.F.A. in Richard Badenhausen was an invited

    Creative Writing from Mills College, Oakland, participant in the three-day Liberty Fund California. Rebecca is currently on the Faculty colloquium, “Imagining the Possibilities of Committee for Writers at Work and is a Liberty with the Discovery of the New World,” freelance writer, editor and documentation held in Portland, Oregon last May. Along with manager for Ovid Technologies, Inc. Jim Duban of the University of North Texas,

     he presented the findings of a national survey Rebecca Thornley is a new adjunct this fall of fellowship advisors at the National teaching Introduction to Writing. She has a Association of Fellowship Advisors convention B.A. in English, from the University of Utah in Denver in August. and an M.A. in English from the University of California, Irvine. Rebecca is currently an English teacher in the Davis County School District and tutors for the Western Governors University. LANGUAGES

    Marlene Vernon is also a new adjunct this fall teaching Introduction to Writing. She has Joy Woolf had a very productive and a B.A. in English and Speech/Theater, from the challenging nine weeks in Spain (May, June, University of Utah, and an M.A. in English and July) traversing the country initially World Literature from Utah State University. (Barcelona, Madrid, Granada, Cordoba, Nerja, She’s just returned to Salt Lake after teaching Malaga), then establishing temporary in the Rhetoric Department at the University of residency in the beautiful seaside Basque city Minnesota, St. Paul. of San Sebastian. There she engaged in

     advanced language and cultural seminars

    HISTORY while cultivating local friendships and

     idealizing the Cantabric coast. Regional Jeff Nichols spent a week in June at Columbia highlights included a trip to Bilbao to tour the University on a Council of Independent spectacular Guggenheim Museum, jaunts into Colleges/Gilder Lehrman seminar, where he southern France, and visits to wineries and learned a ton about the political history of the popular culinary centers.

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     Science and Public Policy from Rutgers

    University and , a J.D. in Law and a Ph.D. in Chris Davison has returned to teach part-time

    Education Policy, Planning and for us this fall teaching Spanish I. . Chris has

    Administration from the University of a B.S. and an M.A. in Hispanic

    Maryland. Debby has a varied background in Language/Culture from the University of Utah.

    research, teaching, consulting, developing As a flight attendant for seven years, Chris

    programs and as an attorney for the Federal traveled extensively to Mexico, Spain, France

    Election Commission in Washington, D.C. and Italy. He is fluent in Spanish and French.

    While not technically housed in the School of He has taught at the Berlitz Language School

    Arts and Sciences, the benefits that the McNair and the University of Utah.

    program offers have a direct impact on many of

    the students who are majors or minors in Arts MATHEMATICS

    and Sciences. Debby will be on campus on

    Monday, Oct. 6 in Gore 223 and everyone is Doug Norris is the newest member of the

    encouraged to stop by and say “hello” and Math Program for this year. He has a B.S. in

    welcome her to Westminster College. Mathematics from Western Washington

     University and a Ph.D. in Mathematics from

     the University of Colorado, Boulder where he

    recently taught. He worked as a programmer/researcher at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, CO and taught at the University of Colorado. On a personal note, Doug coached both the women’s and men’s ice hockey teams at the University of Colorado and was goaltender on the men’s team for two years. MUSIC

    Bobby Hansen is a new adjunct instructor in Karlyn Bond collaborated with members of math this fall teaching Elementary and the Utah Symphony (Erich Graf, Lisa Byrnes,

    Intermediate Algebra. He has a B.S. in James Hall and Steve Kostyniak) and other

    Mechanical Engineering from the University of local musicians (Vedrana Subotic, Lou Pfeil

    Arizona and an M.S. in Math from the and Carl Jackson) in two of the four concerts of

    University of Utah. He is currently enrolled in the Intermezzo Chamber Music Series’ 2003 a Math Ph.D. program at the University of summer season, held in the Libby Gardner

    Utah where he regularly gives graduate Concert Hall at the University of Utah.

    colloquium talks and organizes seminars.

    MC NAIR SCHOLAR PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY “Changing the Face of Higher Education”

     Michael Popich presented a paper entitled “Is Debby Curry has been hired as the Director of there a collective moral duty to intervene in

    the McNair Scholar Program at Westminster. genocide?” at the 5

    She has a B.A. in Liberal Arts from Sarah

    Lawrence College, an M.A. in Political

    th Biennial Meeting of the

    International Association of Genocide

    Scholars, National University of

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    Ireland-Galway, June 7-10, 2003. He also

    presented a paper entitled “Is there distributive Bruce Richter is a new adjunct instructor this justice without violence?” at the annual fall teaching two Organic Chemistry labs. He

    meeting of the Colloquium on Religion and has a B.S. in Chemistry and a Ph.D. in

    Violence, June 17-21, 2003, the University of Analytical Chemistry from Brigham Young

    Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria. Michael University. Bret works full-time for Dionex

    participated in a three-day working conference Corporation as their senior staff chemist.

    at the University of Virginia, (August 17-21,

    2003), hosted by the University’s Center on Tonia Torrence is teaching Explorations in Religion and Democracy. The time was Science. She has a B.S. in Forest Management

    devoted to discussions of contributed papers by from Utah State University, an M.S. in Mined

    he and eleven other participants in a 2001 Land Rehabilitation from Montana State

    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum University, and is presently in a Ph.D. program

    seminar on ethics after the Holocaust. The in Arid Land Studies at the University of

    twelve participants assembled a set of their Arizona. Tonia’s interesting background

    essays dealing with various aspects of western includes working and/or volunteering in

    cultural reaction to the Holocaust. Ecuador, Trinidad, Dominican Republic,

     Madagascar, and Mozambique.

    Doug Wright will give a presentation on

    “Global Citizenship Curriculum” at the American Association of Colleges and Universities “Network for Academic Renewal” Conference March 4-6 in Long POLITICAL SCIENCE Beach California. Georgia White from the

    Gore School of Business will be presenting Chuck Tripp reports several articles with Doug. published in local newspapers. On August 3,

     2002, the Salt Lake Tribune published his

     op-ed piece entitled “Democratic values

    PHYSICAL SCIENCES emerge from Azerbaijan’s mosques” based on

     information from interviews he conducted in

    Peter Conwell joins the physical science Baku during his summer, 2002 research

    faculty as Assistant Professor, Physics. He has project. The Tribune published his a B.S. in Physics from Sonoma State letter-to-the-editor entitled, “War is illegal” on University and a Ph.D. in Physics from the May 17, 2003. On April 13, 2003, the Ogden

    University of Utah. Peter has been an adjunct Standard-Examiner published his letter instructor at Westminster since Spring 2000 entitled, “U.N. court should try alleged war

    and also taught at the University of Utah. Peter crimes,” and the Deseret News included his says, I like to teach. It is a calling and a curse. letter, “Criminal tribunal unlikely” in its April

     Research, with all the pleasure I derive from it, 7, 2003 edition. All of those letters deal with

    seems empty without human interaction. issues surrounding the Bush administration’s

    There is just the plain-old good feeling I get conduct of the Iraq war. The Washington from making physics accessible to students Times published his article length letter entitled, who possess the desire to learn, especially the “The less-than-sunny state of Azerbaijan” in timid.” their March 6, 2003 edition (the letter was a

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    response to a February 26, 2003 op-ed piece in control?” The paper examined the apparently

    contradictory findings that depressed people the Times), and Azerbaijan’s largest daily

    demonstrate more accurate contingency newspaper, Yeni Musavat, translated the

    judgments than non-depressed people article/letter into Azerbaijani for inclusion in

    (“depressive realism”) on the one hand, and the its March 11, 2003 edition.

    findings that depressed people often exhibit a

    higher illusion of control on the other hand. Michael Zarkin is the new Assistant Professor

    We found that when the judgment task of Political Science. Michael has a B.S. in

    involved magical thinking, depressed people Political Science from the University of

    showed a higher illusion of control. When the Minnesota and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Political

    task involved a straight contingency judgment, Science from the University of Florida. He

    the depressive realism phenomenon occurred. recently had his article Telecommunications

     Policy Learning: The Case of the FCC’s

     Computer Inquiries” published in the journal

     Telecommunications Policy. Michael’s book

     Social Learning and the History of US

     Telecommunications Policy, 1900-1996 is

     being published later this year by Mellen

    Bret Hicken is teaching Introduction to International Press.

    Psychology this fall. He has a B.S. in

    Psychology from the University of Utah, an PSYCHOLOGY

    M.A. and a Ph.D. in Clinical/Medical

    Psychology from the University of Alabama, Colleen Sandor was hired as Assistant

    Birmingham. Bret currently works at the Professor of Psychology this year. She has a

    Veterans Administration Medical Center. B.A. Psychology from Canisius College,

     Buffalo, New York and an M.S. and Ph.D. in

     Counseling Psychology from the University of

    SOCIAL SCIENCES Utah. She brings a unique perspective to the

     psychology department given her work in the

    Mark Rubinfeld joins the social sciences as addictions field. Colleen says she “has the

    an Assistant Professor, Sociology. Mark has a opportunity to shift the focus of her expertise in

    B.A. in English from the University of Hartford, addictions from clinical work to teaching

    an M.S.W. from the University of Connecticut students about substance abuse and the

    and an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Sociology from the associate behaviors. In May she presented a

    University of Massachusetts Amherst. Mark clinical paper at a meeting of the International

    says, “I truly enjoy working with students and, Institute of Object Relations Therapy in

    in addition to my scholarly activities, view this Bethesda, Maryland entitled “A Case of True

    work as the most important part of my job.” Grit.”

Natalie Jensen is teaching Introduction to Paul Presson had a paper published this

    Geography. She has a B.A. in Near East summer in Social Behavior and Personality:

    Studies and an M.S. in Geography from An International Journal. The paper is titled

    Brigham Young University. She recently “Are depressive symptoms positively or

    worked as a Content Editor for Axiom Press negatively associated with the illusion of

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    where she created a standardized geographic

    assessment for college-level students. with Westminster’s Theatre program for the past several years as costume designer, producer, choreographer and actress playing SPEECH/THEATRE one of the leading roles in Man of LaMancha as Aldonza. Brian Pilling has been part of Westminster College since he came here as a freshman several (?) years ago. Brian was hired this year as Assistant Professor of Speech. He has a B.A., Communication from Westminster College, an M.A., Speech Communication from the University of Washington, and is completing his Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Utah next year. He and his wife Nicole had a second daughter, Ella Kathryn, born May 16. Brian’s May Term class produced and performed in a festival of original one-act plays in June. Brian invites everyone to visit him over in Gore his 4 th

    office in 4 years.

Shawnda and Bradley Moss are team

    teaching the Theatre Methods class for theatre

    teaching minors this fall. Shawnda has a B.S.

    in Secondary Theatre Education and an M.A.

    in Theatre for Young Audiences from Brigham

    Young University. She teaches part-time at the

    University of Utah and is a teacher and chair of

    the Theatre Department at Riverton High

    School. Bradley has a B.A. in Secondary

    Theatre Education from Brigham Young

    University and was the chair of the Performing

    Arts Department at Bingham High School. He

    is now a senior research analyst for Primary

    Intelligence in Draper and a board member of

    the Utah Theatre Association.

Jennifer Rouse is teaching Beginning

    Modern Dance this fall. She has a B.S. in

    Theatre Performance from Northern Arizona

    University and is currently in the Master of

    Fine Arts program at the University of Utah.

    Jennifer has many talents which she has shared

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