Faculty Pursuits: Week of Nov. 18, 2019

Robbie Oates (Athletic Training) has had an article accepted for publication in the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association. The article is titled Use of the Mulligan Concept in the Treatment of Lateral Ankle Sprains in the Active Population: An Exploratory Prospective Case Series and will appear in the journal 's 2019 issue.

Dr. Justin Pruneski (Biology) attended the annual professional development conference of the National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) in Chicago  from November 14-17. As part of the steering committee of the Introductory Biology Task Force (IBTF), he helped facilitate a workshop titled “NABT Intro Bio Task Force (IBTF): Advancing the Intro Bio Experience.”

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The next deadline for grants from the Pepsi Fund and the Martha and Ernest Hammel Student Research Fund to support student research and/or travel to professional conferences is October 1, 2020.
Keep the Castle Connected provides students a way to remain connected during quarantine. Student will have daily opportunities to connect with a Stoner Health and Counseling Center staff as well as other students. Students will be able to meet via Zoom and be presented with a brief Mindfulness activity and then engaged in a light hearted discussion/conversation. These sessions are not therapy sessions and are meant to allow students to remain connected to others on campus. Students will need to email counseling@heidelberg.edu

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Heidelberg is now partnering with Handshake to help students discover new career paths and find on and off campus jobs and internships. Allyson George will be managing the on-campus employment opportunities, while Mark McKee and Beth Koop will manage the off-campus employment opportunities.