Faculty in the News
November 17, 1999
November 17, 1999, Greencastle, Ind. - Dennis A. Trinkle, assistant professor of history, is the recipient of a $30,000 grant from a corporation, Student Advantage, to support his work in developing interactive technologies for the teaching of history via the Internet. He also was appointed to the National Science Foundation's Information Technology Research Review Panel.
In other faculty news:
- Esther S. Lee, professor and chair of education, was appointed to serve on the Teacher Education Committee of the Indiana Professional Standards Board.
- David T. Harvey, associate professor of chemistry, is the author of a textbook titled Modern Analytical Chemistry, which was published in October by McGraw-Hill. He has received good reviews for the innovative approaches included in the textbook.
- William P. Harman, professor of religious studies, was elected to a two-year term on the six-member National Fellowship Selection Committee of the Smithsonian Institute's American Institute of India Studies.
- Claude Cymerman, professor of piano, was invited for the second consecutive year to serve as a faculty member for the 28th International Chamber Music Course for Strings, Wind and Piano in Sveg, Sweden.
- Agnes P. Beaudry, professor emerita of Romance languages, is serving the second year of a three-year term on the National Selection Committee for Fulbright Teaching Assistantships in France, Belgium and Luxembourg.
- O. Wesley Allen, dean of the chapel, is the author of a book, Good News from Tinyville: Stories of Hope and Heart, that was published by Chalice Press.