Dr. Massimo Faggioli,Theology Department, College of Arts and Sciences, is the author of three articles: “Die theologische Debatte um das Zweite Vatikanische Konzil. Ein Überblick. Erster Teil (1962-1985),” in Theologische Quartalschrift, 192 (2012) 2, 169-192; “Letture e commentari di ‘Ad Gentes.’ 50 anni di studi,” in Ad Gentes. Teologia e antropologia della missione, XVI (2012) 1, 71-76; and “Between Documents and Spirit: The Case of the New Catholic Movements,” in After Vatican II. Trajectories and Hermeneutics, ed. James L. Heft with John O’Malley (Grand Rapids, Mich. – Cambridge UK: Eerdmans, 2012), pp. 1-22.
Dan Gjelten, director of University Libraries, presented “Moving Beyond the Community Living Room” in June at the American Library Association National Conference in Anaheim, Calif. The presentation addressed trends in library design and was a collaboration with a public librarian and a library designer.
Dr. Teresa Rothausen-Vange, Management Department, Opus College of Business, presented her paper, “Hedonic and Eudaimonic Job-Related Well-being: Enjoyment of Jobs and Fulfillment of Job Purposes,” at the American Psychological Association annual conference in Orlando, Fla. Last week she and recent UST MBA alum Sara Christenson presented their research project, “Expanding ‘Desirability of Turnover’: Hedonic and Eudaimonic Job Satisfactions and Life Well-Being,” with UST MBA alum Annelise Larson at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management in Boston.
Dr. Edward T. Ulrich, Theology Department, College of Arts and Sciences, is the author of two articles: “Reflections on the Simplicity of the Ashrams: A Visit to Shantivanam and the Mauna Mandir” and “Swami Abhishiktananda’s Period of Tempering at the Mauna Mandir.” Both were published in Dilatato Corde 2, No. 2 (July 2012).