Chris Momany presented twice during the 48th annual meeting of the Wesleyan Theological Society, March 21-23, 2013 at Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA.
The first presentation was a panel discussion on the future of the Wesleyan/Holiness tradition with Elaine Heath (Perkins School of Theology), Henry Knight, III (St. Paul School of Theology), and Douglas Strong (Seattle Pacific University).
The second presentation was a paper that explored the influence of Scottish faculty psychology on the theology and ethical theory of Asa Mahan.
Valerie Palmieri has accomplished the following this year:
Guest conductor for the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra in Petoskey, Michigan
Guest conductor for the Onondaga High School Honors Orchestra in Syracuse, NY
Chairman of of the National Orchestra Festival for the American Strings Teachers Association, Rhode Island and Louisville, Kentucky
Clinician/Presenter for the Michigan Strings Workshop, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Guest Conductor for Hillsdale Summer Music Festival, Hillsdale, Mi
Presenter on String Pedagogy- Topic: “Let’s Fix those Bow Hands!” Michigan Music Conference (Grand Rapids) and the American Strings Teachers Conference (Rhode Island) Topic; “Scales are NOT just for fish!”
First Annual Spring String Fling for High School string students on campus at Adrian College