Gregory R. JonesInstructor of History, presented "Teaching the Civil War with Primary Sources: Letters and Newspapers" at the American Cultural Association/Popular Culture Association Conference, and published "Lincoln to Greeley" and "Frederick Douglass, Men of Color to Arms!" in Defining Documents in American History: The Civil War (Salem Press, 2014).
John W. StankoProfessor of Leadership Studies, published What Would Jesus Ask You Today? (Gazelle Press, 2014).
John SteinProfessor of Mathematics and Astronomy, presented "The Schaefer Memorial Observatory at Geneva College" at the 34th Meeting of The Pennsylvania Astronomy Consortium.
Jonathan ImpellizzeriAssistant Professor of Counseling, presented "The integration of Christian faith into clinical supervision: Exploring supervisee perspectives" at the Christian Association of Psychological Studies International Conference.
Sean DoyleAssociate Professor of History and Humanities, published the chapter "Prophetic Precepts or Divine Preeminence: Rammohan Roy vs. Joshua Marshman on the Significance of Jesus" in Expect Great Things, Attempt Great Things (Wipf and Stock, 2013).
Rodney C. AustinAssociate Professor of Chemistry, presented the paper "Impact of POGIL instruction on a two-semester biochemistry course at Geneva College," which examined how small group exercises improve student learning, at the Biennial Conference on Chemical Education.
Byron G. Curtis, M.Div., Ph.D.Professor of Biblical Studies, presented "Messiah and Messiahs in Zechariah 6: Crowns, Thrones, and the Zemah" as an invited guest lecturer at the Caspari Center for Biblical and Judaic Studies in Jerusalem.
Eric MillerProfessor of History, published Glimpses of Another Land: Political Hopes, Spiritual Longing (Cascade Books, 2012).
John W. StahlChair of the Department of Chemistry, Math and Physics, presented “Diffusion Behavior of Inert Gases in Activated Carbon Column” at the national meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). The work was co-authored with Dr. Mario Oyander, Associate Professor of Engineering, along with Geneva students Nathaniel Godfrey and Samuel Shouse as part of their senior engineering design projects.
Jonathan M. WattChair of the Department of Bible, Christian Ministries & Philosophy, presented “Idiolect, Candy Bars and ‘Artisan English’ Orthography” at the International Conference on Diversity in Organizations in Vienna, Austria.
Sha Wang LuangkesornPianist Sha Wang enjoys a career as an active concert pianist, a professor of music, as well as a scholar in music theory. At the age of 19, Ms. Wang became the winner of the 16th International Young Artist Piano Competition, Washington, D.C.
Dr. Mitchel NickolsProfessor of Organizational Leadership, was named an Urban Hero by Pittsburgh's Center for Urban Biblical Ministry (CUBM).
Adel G. AikenChair of the education department, presented "Virtues in Children's Literature” to the Beaver County Reading Council.
Carol B. LuceDirector of the M.A. in Counseling program, co-presented “Improving Behavioral Health Treatment for Older Adults through Professional Collaboration” at the 2013 Pennsylvania Psychological Association Conference.
Ralph AncilProfessor of Economics, presented “A Non-Marginalist Approach to the Cubic Value Product Function with Single Variable Input” at the annual Robert Morris University/McGraw–Hill seminar on “Teaching Economics: Instruction and Classroom-Based Research” and to the Pennsylvania Economic Association, which will publish the paper in its proceedings.
The members of the faculty are the heart of Geneva College. Geneva professors are committed to excellence in learning and the development of their students. In addition to their superb educational preparation, many of Geneva's more than 80 professors have real world work experience in their fields - Geneva has education professors who have been teachers, chemistry professors who have been chemists, and business faculty who have been accountants or have held executive posts. And you will find many faculty who are actively engaging the culture through research and writing. Faculty share this broad range of education and experience with their students to engage them in their fields and to prepare them for life beyond the classroom.