My students have impressed me yet again this year, in many ways, but mostly by publishing in their first year of a graduate program. Of the incoming class, three out of ten students published the book reviews they submitted as part of the course work in their Graduate Scholarship class.
Adam Copeland reviewed iGods: How Technology Shapes our Spiritual and Social Lives by Craig Detweiler. His review appears in the
Kaylee Jangula Mootz reviewed The Hunger Games and Philosophy: A Critique of Pure Treason. Edited by George A. Dunn and Nicolas Michaud. Her review appears in the Children’s Literature Association Quarterly Summer 2014 issue.
Rob Neuteboom reviewed Lessons from the Virtual Classroom: The Realities of Online Teaching by Rena M. Palloff. His review will appear in the Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology.
These students and their success remind me why I do this work.