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College Faculty in the News: January 10, 2020

Professor Jana Bennett, Department of Religious Studies, recently wrote about the personal engagement that can develop between church communities and hearing impaired members. Follow this and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

"President Trump Starts 2020 Campaign Year With Thursday Rally In Toledo"
Statehouse News Bureau, Jan. 8, 2020
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of political Science.

"Want to know what will happen in 2020? Look to state polls for the answer"
The Conversation, Jan. 3, 2020
Lecturer Daniel Birdsong, Department of Political Science.

"A cathedral not made by hands: 'Laudato Sí' in an old-growth forest"
Commonweal, Dec. 30, 2019
Professor Vincent Miller, Department of Religious Studies and Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology and Culture.

"Ohio mayor reflects on turbulent year of shooting, tornadoes"
The Associated Press, Dec. 27, 2019. Picked up by more than 300 outlets nationwide.
Associate Professor Nancy Martorano Miller, Department of Political Science and Associate Director of Research, University Honors Program.

"Deaf Christians often struggle to hear God's word, but some find meaning in the richness of who they are"
The Conversation, Dec. 26, 2019
Professor Jana Bennett, Department of Religious Studies.

"How divine realities are explored in current pop culture and media"
Part 1, Dec. 22, 2019, Part 2, Dec. 30, 2019
WGVU-FM, Grand Rapids MI
Associate Professor Joseph Valenzano III, Chair, Department of Communication.

"That time the Virgin Mary went to Hell"
The Daily Beast, Dec. 22, 2019
Assistant Professor Meghan Henning, Department of Religious Studies.

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