2018 February Faculty News

The faculty members of Johnson University participate in many activities beyond their normal teaching responsibilities, including writing, speaking, presenting at academic meetings, mission trips, and community involvement. The list below describes faculty activities February 2018.

John Jaeger (Assistant Librarian) has had two book reviews published in Library Journal. In the November 15, 2017, issue, he published a review of Saint Augustine, Confessions: A New Translation, translated by Peter Constantine. In the February 15, he published a review of David I. Kertzer, The Pope Who Would Be King: The Exile of Pius IX and the Emergence of Modern Europe.

Tony Krug (Professor of Educational Technology) attended Google for Education Southern Summit 2018 at Rising Star Middle School in Fayetteville, GA, on February 10-11.

Camden Morgante (Assistant Professor of Human Services & Undergraduate Program Director) attended the Smoky Mountain Counselors Association Annual Conference at Carson-Newman University on Febuary 17. Eighteen senior students from her HSVC 4101 Ethics & Professional Practice class attended the conference with her.

Daniel Overdorf (Dean of the School of Congregational Ministry) served as a Coach/Instructor for the Next Gen Preacher Search at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA, on February 9-10. On February 22-23, he attended the ABHE Annual Conference where he conducted a workshop titled “Developing Off-Campus Locations.”

Chuck Rapp (Affiliate Faculty, School of Business and Public Leadership) led a missions trip to north India with a group from Connection Pointe in Brownsburg, IN. They provided member care to their partners in three cities, and they met with indigenous leaders and spouses in the Church Planting Movement to provide refreshment and encouragement.

Nicole Saylor (Associate Professor of Human Services) presented on “Complex Developmental Trauma” at the Smoky Mountain Counseling Association Annual Conference on February 17, 2018, on the campus of Carson-Newman University in Jefferson City, TN.

Posted: 3/26/2018 2:09:02 PM


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