received funding from the Institute of Museum & Library Services for his proposal, “Museum of Anthropology Painted Hide Conservation.”
received funding from the National Science Foundation for his proposal, “LTREB: Evolutionary Ecology of Seabird Reproductive Life Histories.”
received funding from the National Institutes of Health and Tanglewood (Research) for his proposal, “Prevention Buffet: An Internet Prevention Resource for Middle School Teachers.”
was the moderator for the “Juicy Ethics” Symposium at Wake Forest on ethics and the Internet.
presented a lecture, “Diasporic Identity in the Digital World,” at Manipal University in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He was a respondent for the “Juicy Ethics” Symposium held at Wake Forest on ethics and the Internet.
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discussed her 2007 and 2008 Symposium on Citizenship at the national symposium, “Creativity, Worlds in the Making,” at Wake Forest. She co-organized Wake Forest’s “Juicy Ethics” Symposium on ethics and the Internet.
received funding from the U.S. Department of Energy and the Battelle Memorial Institute for his proposal, “Securing the Next Generation of Information Infrastructures.”
presented a paper, “Leopard, Jetées and the Customs Agents: Liturgical Creativity, Tradition and Destabilization,” at the national symposium, “Creativity, Worlds in the Making,” held at Wake Forest. He presented a paper, “Garments Falling Away: Silence in Jewish Religious and Literary Texts,” at the Sounds of Silence Conference at Saint Michael’s College in Colchester, VT.
presented a paper, “Kermes Trismegistus: Dyes and Deceit in Chapman’s Hero and Leander,” at New York University’s Early Modern Forum.
presented a paper, “Modernist Babylons: Utopian Aesthetics and Urban Spectacle in D.W. Griffith and Wyndham Lewis,” at the conference of the Modernist Studies Association in Nashville, TN. A portion of his article, “James Joyce and Avant-garde Music,” was reprinted in Vol. 1 No. 2 of Yareah Magazine (Madrid, December 2008) 9-10. He wrote the General Introduction to Wyndham Lewis’s journal, “The Tyro,” for the Modernist Journals Project (Brown University, 2008).
has been elected to a three-year term as councilor for the Council on Undergraduate Research in the Mathematics and Computer Sciences Division.
received the 2009 Distinguished Teaching Award of the Southeastern Section of the Mathematical Association of America. He is the first Wake Forest faculty member to win this prize.
has been elected to a three-year term on the board of the International Alliance for Women in Music.
Dan Locklair had his organ music, “St. John’s Suite,” featured in its first national broadcast on the American Public Media’s Pipedreams radio show.
received funding from the Environmental Protection Agency and UNC-Charlotte for his proposal, “Characterization of the Potential Toxicity of Metal Nanoparticles in Marine Ecosystems Using Oysters.”
received funding from the National Institutes of Health for his proposal, “Better, Faster Live-Cell Imaging: Motion-Enhanced DIC with Fluorescence.”
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has been elected vice president of the North American Academy of Liturgy.
published a book, “Baptist Questions, Baptist Answers: Exploring Christian Faith” (Westminster John Knox Press), summarizing the essential elements of Baptist belief and practice.
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