John Merkle, professor of theology and director of the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning, published “Challenging the Idea of Divine Omnipotence: Jewish Voices and a Christian Response” in the Journal of Ecumenical Studies.
Pedro dos Santos, associate professor of political science, published "A tough woman around tender men: Dilma Rousseff, gendered double bind, and misogynistic backlash" with co-authors, Brianna Kreft '22, Lizbet Martinez-Port '22 and Brigid Smith '22, in Frontiers in Political Science.
Steven Lemke, environmental artist-in-residence and associate director at the Saint John’s Pottery, received the Architect in Orbit Award from ‘T’ Space Rhinebeck and Steven Holl Architects in NY, for which he served as a panelist for a lecture series and took part in the ‘T’ Space Architecture Residency, a 25-day ecological design intensive.
Matt Lindstrom, professor of political science and director of the Eugene J. McCarthy Center for Public Policy and Civic Engagement, and Ben West '20 co-authored "The National Environmental Policy Act: History, Process, and Politics" in the Routledge Handbook of Environmental Impact Assessment.
Kelly Rae Kraemer, professor of peace studies, published "Dear Friend: The Practice of Nonviolence in Gandhi's Letters to Hitler" in the Journal of Transdisciplinary Peace Praxis.
Pedro dos Santos, associate professor of political science, published “Gendering Coalitional Presidentialism in Brazil” with co-authors, Malu A. C. Gatto and Kristin N. Wylie, in the Journal of Politics in Latin America.
Corrie Grosse, assistant professor of environmental studies, Melissa Burrell '21 and Brigid Mark '20 published “Resistance to petro-hegemony: A three terrains of power analysis of the Line 3 tar sands pipeline in Minnesota” in Energy Research and Social Science
Corrie Grosse, assistant professor of environmental studies, is author of the book Working Across Lines
Casey Gordon, chief information officer, is author of the book Bet
Steven Lemke, environmental artist-in-residence and associate director at the Saint John’s Pottery, is featured in “Dislocation,” a two-person exhibition of sculpture and installation art. The show is on display at the Duluth Art Institute through September.
Steven Lemke, environmental artist-in-residence and associate director at the Saint John's Pottery, has been selected to take part in the 2022 Creative Community Leadership Institute cohort. CCLI is an intensive arts leadership initiative co-led by Racing Magpie and Springboard for the Arts, and made possible through support from the Bush Foundation.
Julie Keller Dornbusch, instructor of nursing, is president of the Keller Family Community Foundation in Richmond and a KFCF fundraiser in February raised over $160,000 during the Snowball Cancer Challenge Valentine 500.
Hassan Hussein, visiting assistant professor of global business leadership, published an essay in the March issue of the Journal of Social Encounters
A book containing a chapter by Pedro dos Santos, associate professor of political science, was a finalist for a 2022 PROSE Award for Excellence from the Association of American Publishers.
Gary Prevost, professor emeritus of political science, is editor of a new 3-volume set, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latin American Politics. Prevost and Pedro dos Santos, associate professor of political science, are authors of chapters within the encyclopedia.
Megan Sheehan, assistant professor of anthropology, published "Labouring for inclusion: debating immigrant contributions to Chile" in the Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies
Blaine Tomkins, assistant professor of psychology, published "Death-related anxiety associated with riskier decision-making irrespective of framing: A Bayesian model comparison" in Personality and Individual Differences
Amy Grinsteiner, associate professor of music, has a new holiday CD "All Keyed Up for Christmas"
Lisa Gentile, associate professor of chemistry, is a co-principle investigator on a new NSF award
Jean Lavigne, associate professor of environmental studies, published "How to Stuff a Duck: Learning Artisan Foie Gras Production in France" in the fall 2021 issue of Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies
Parker Wheatley, professor of economics, presented at AAEA Annual Conference: Climate Risk and Farmer Behavior in Bangladesh
Pedro dos Santos, associate professor of political science, published "Gendered path dependency: women’s representation in 20th-century Brazil" in the European Journal of Politics and Gender
Jason Schlude, associate professor of classics, published "The Teacher" in the summer 2021 issue of Jesuits Magazine
Corrie Grosse, assistant professor of environmental studies, received the American Sociological Association Environmental Sociology Practice & Outreach Award
Sucharita Sinha Mukherjee, professor of economics, featured on MinnCentral Currents podcast
Tom Sibley, professor of mathematics, published the book Thinking Algebraically: An Introduction to Abstract Algebra
Ryan Munter, SJU senior, and Travis Peters, assistant professor of mathematics, published "Lights Out on Graph Products over the Ring of Integers Modulo k" in The Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra
Dan Finn, professor of theology and William E. and Virginia Clemens Professor in Economics and the Liberal Arts, is editor of the book Business Ethics and Catholic Social Thought
Emily Berg Paup, assistant professor of communication, published a book chapter "Patriarchy and Power: A Feminist Critique of Hamilton," in the edited volume "Rhetoric, Politics, and Hamilton: An American Musical"
Pedro dos Santos, associate professor of political science, published "Identity and Representation" in #UniteCloud
Lindsey Gunnerson Gutsch, assistant director for excellence success and interim co-director of First-Year Experience, featured on The Presence Blog for Student Experiences
Catherine Bohn-Gettler, professor of education and co-director of Undergraduate Research, appointed new co-editor of Discourse Processes
Amanda Macht Jantzer, assistant professor of psychology, and Kyhl Lyndgaard, writing center director, edited the book Inclusion in Higher Education: Research Initiatives on Campus
Pedro dos Santos, associate professor of political science, is co-author of the book Women's Empowerment and Disempowerment in Brazil: The Rise and Fall of President Dilma Rousseff
Karen Backes, dean of admission, featured on the #HigherEdHero blog
Karlyn Forner, grants officer, appeared on the "Teaching Hard History" podcast, produced by Learning for Justice of the Southern Poverty Law Center
Betsy Johnson, adjunct instructor of communication and English, published "when animals are animals"
Bruce Campbell, professor of Hispanic studies, published "Fast Culture, Slow Culture" in Dissident Voice
Corrie Grosse, assistant professor of environmental studies, and Brigid Mark '20 published “A colonized COP: Indigenous exclusion and youth climate justice activism at the United Nations climate change negotiations” in The Journal of Human Rights and the Environment
Jason Schlude, associate professor of classics, published "Once a President" in The Activist History Review
Gary Prevost, professor emeritus of political science, is author of the book Politics of Latin America: The Power Game (7th Edition)
Gary Prevost, professor emeritus of political science, had an article "Challenges to the Single-Party Dominance of the African National Congress: Lessons from Kwazakhele" published in the Journal of African Elections
Ellen Block, associate professor of anthropology, had an article "Exposed Intimacies: Clinicians on the Frontlines of the COVID-19 Pandemic" published in Anthropology in Action
Sarah Gainey, Saint John’s Outdoor U assistant director/education coordinator, was awarded the Non Formal Environmental Educator of the Year by the Minnesota Association for Environmental Education.
Louis Johnston, professor of economics, was named president of the Minnesota Economic Association
Michael Livingston, professor of psychology, is author of the book Connections: A History of Psychology as Science
Louis Johnston, professor of economics, had an essay “Exchange, Industry, and Adaptation: Economics in Minnesota” published by the Minnesota Historical Society
Megan Sheehan, assistant professor of anthropology, is co-editor of the book The Everyday Life of Urban Inequality and author of a chapter “Spaces of Migration and Production of Inequalities in Santiago, Chile”
Dan Finn, professor of theology and William E. and Virginia Clemens Professor in Economics and the Liberal Arts, is editor of the book Moral Agency within Social Structures and Culture
A team of CSB/SJU librarians and instructional technologists has been awarded the Minnesota Library Association’s Minnesota Academic Innovators Award. Kelly Kraemer, Adam Konczewski, Ethan Wittrock and Sarah Gewirtz received this award in recognition for their work combining instructional technology with information literacy values.