Dr. Mark DelCogliano, Theology Department, College of Arts and Sciences, is the author of “George of Laodicea: A Historical Reassessment,” published in the Journal of Ecclesiastical History 62 (2011).

Dr. Massimo Faggioli, Theology Department, College of Arts and Sciences, is the author of two articles: “Vaticano II: rottura o continuità?,” [Vatican II: Rupture or Continuity?], in the September issue of the Italian Catholic magazine Confronti, and “Il nuovo messale inglese e l’eredità del concilio,” [The New Translation of the Missal and the Legacy of Vatican II], published in the October issue of the Jesuit magazine Popoli: Webmagazine internazionale dei gesuiti.

Maj. Corby Koehler

Maj. Corby Koehler

Maj. Corby Koehler, 34th Infantry Division, a graduate student in police leadership, received a $2,000 scholarship from the Northstar Chapter of the Army Aviation Association of America.

Dr. Mark Neuzil, Communication and Journalism Department, College of Arts and Sciences, and Office for Mission, is the author of an article, “Minneapolis and the Muckrakers: Lincoln Steffens and the Rise of Investigative Journalism,” for the Minnesota Legal History Project. The article serves as an introduction to Steffens’ article, “The Shame of Minneapolis,” published in 1903.

Donna Nix, Charles J. Keffer Library, has been appointed the representative for academic libraries on the Board of Directors for Metronet. Metronet is one of seven state-funded multitype library networks operating under the authority of the Minnesota Department of State Library Services and School Technology. Metronet’s region is the seven-county metropolitan area. Each network’s strategic plan focuses on addressing library development issues peculiar to its region. For Metronet, efforts have been directed toward fostering greater communication and collaboration among the types of libraries, addressing the need among so many librarians for convenient, tightly packaged continuing education and professional development, promoting best practices and standards-based programs, stimulating innovation and advocating on behalf of libraries.