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  • John Bak | Whittier College
    2013 Last Days of Judas Iscariot November 2013 The Glass Menagerie Spring 2013 Picasso at the Lapin Agile Spring 2013 Prev Next In This Section Theatre Mobile Menu About Majors Minors Preview of Courses Honor Society Clubs Organizations Facilities Scholarships Auditions Resources Links Faculty Productions Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support Theatre Communication Arts About Faculty Productions Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Theatre Communication Arts John Bak John Bak Assistant Professor Film Studies Program Department of Theatre Communication Arts 562 907 4200 ext 4298 jbak whittier edu Academic History B A Harvard University M F A American Film Institute Academic Focus Documentary Cinema Screenwriting Film Theory and Criticism Professional Interests Documentary filmmaking fundraising for college and university program development writing screenplays Bio Professional Activity Professor John Bak has worked at four diverse institutions of higher education which include a large state university two elite private liberal arts colleges and a start up graduate institute He is currently the Director of Foundation and Government Relations and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Theater and Communications Arts Film Studies Program Bak holds an M F A in screenwriting from the American Film Institute s Center for Advanced Film and Television Studies Bak teaches courses in screenwriting and documentary filmmaking for Whittier s film studies program He brings a wealth of experience to the classroom He has sold or optioned five feature length screenplays and is in the process of producing the documentary A Billion Laughs The Story of What s Funny in China from Mao to Mini Golf He has memberships with both the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education and the International Documentary Association Presentations sample The Future of Higher Education Funding for the Arts and Humanities CASE Annual National

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  • Kathy Barlow | Whittier College
    Spotlight Jim Skipper 73 running back coach for the Tennessee Titans Read more Prev Next In This Section Kinesiology Mobile About Majors Minors Preview of Courses Honor Society Clubs Organizations Facilities Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support Kinesiology Nutrition Science About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Kinesiology Kathy Barlow Kathy Barlow Associate Professor Director of Sports Management Emphasis Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition Science 562 907 4270 kbarlow whittier edu Academic History B S Louisiana Tech University M S Louisiana Tech University Ph D Texas Woman s University Academic Interests Sport Management Sport Law Children and Fitness Bio Honors Publications Professor Kathy Barlow is the director of the Sport Management emphasis in the Kinesiology and Nutrition Science Department She also teaches methods courses for Elementary and Adapted Physical Education Barlow is a member of the board of the Excellence Through Exercise Foundation 2015 Whittier Area School Administrators Making a difference in the lives of the children in our community 2013 Presidential Award for Inspiring Faculty Student Collaboration on Research Scholarship and Creative Activity 2012 Marilyn Vietch Award Outstanding Contribution to Whittier College and Dedication to the Students 2015 Establishing Deeper Partnerships between College and K 12 Community Works Journal Online Journal for Educators 2014 Choice Architecture and Shared Criteria for Addressing Health Fitness and Recreation CAHPERD Journal Volume 2 Academic Achievement of NCAA Division III Athletes Journal of Research in Education 24 2 2011 Being Proactive for the Future of Health Physical Education and Recreation Services CAHPERD Journal Volume 73 3 1999 A Realistic View of the Present and Future of Women Athletic Directors in Louisiana LAHPERD Journal 1998 Factors that Impact the Future of Women Athletic Directors University of Michigan Dissertation Services 1996 A Comparison

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  • Tony Barnstone | Whittier College
    4000 Euros Hippocrates Prize Commended Entry 2013 Poetry National The Poets Prize 2011 3000 for Tongue of War The Pacific War from Pearl Harbor to Nagasaki Silver Award of the Independent Publisher Book Awards 2010 for Tongue of War The Pacific War from Pearl Harbor to Nagasaki National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry 2007 2008 20 000 Pushcart Prize Winner 2006 nominated by Elinor Wilner and by Andrea Hollander Budy for The 167th Psalm of Elvis The John Ciardi Prize in Poetry 1000 winner for Tongue of War The Pacific War from Pearl Harbor to Nagasaki book publication The Benjamin Saltman Award in Poetry 2006 3000 winner for The Golem of Los Angeles book publication Poetry State California Arts Council Artists Fellowship in Literature 2002 5 000 Research National Endowment for the Arts Summer Stipend 2015 6000 for The Holyghost Radio Science and Technology in William Carlos Williams and Modernism Faculty Research Grants Whittier College 2013 2007 2006 2005 2003 2001 Teaching Digital Scholars Grant spring 2014 revising Poetry Writing and Advanced Poetry writing to incorporate e book technology software Irvine Incentive Grant 2006 revising Asian American and Asian Literature to incorporate active learning components Faculty Development Grants Whittier College 2001 2007 The James Irvine Foundation Grant 1998 1999 to support course and resource development in Asian Literature and to found an authors translators and critics speaking series to supplement that course Select Community Outreach El Rancho High School Pico Rivera CA 2011 2012 and 2013 taught 10 sessions of poetry writing to three classes 100 students culminating in a final gala reading at Whittier College Student work published in an illustrated book for families Mt Pleasant High School San Jose CA 2011 I taught a special session on poetry writing 110 students 2011 Parks Middle School Fullerton CA 1997 and 1998 taught special sessions on poetry writing to three classes of middle school students 100 students Select Masters Classes Taught Centre College Danville KY 2014 University of Evansville IN 2014 Chapman University 2013 University of Technology Sydney Australia 2013 Arizona State University Phoenix 2011 Marin Poetry Center 2011 University of Missouri Kansas City 2011 San Jose State University 2011 University of Warwick Warwick England 2011 Stonecoast Low Residence MFA Program Portland Maine 2011 2012 and 2013 Bar Ilan University Ramat Gan Israel web taught class 2010 San Miguel Poetry Week Mexico 2010 and 2008 Long Beach City College CA 2009 Monmouth University NJ 2009 American University DC 2006 Athens Center for the Creative Arts at Spetses Greece 2005 2006 University of Nevada Reno NV 2004 University of Nevada Las Vegas NV 2000 Institute of American Indian Arts Santa Fe NM 2005 2000 Davidson College NC 2001 Select Poetry Readings Past 7 Years Centre College Danville KY 2014 University of Evansville IN 2014 Los Angeles Times Book Festival Los Angeles CA 2014 San Gabriel Valley Literary Festival West Covina CA 2014 Diesel Books with Willis Barnstone and Kazim Ali 2013 Concordia College with Genuine Brandish poetry and music event 2013 State Library of New South Wales Why Poetry Matters A Discussion with Tony Barnstone and Robert Adamson moderated by Kate Middleton Sydney Australia 2013 San Gabriel Valley Literary Festival West Covina CA 2013 Chapman University Big Orange Book Festival performing with Genuine Brandish music and poetry 2012 Georgia Poetry Circuit A 9 university reading tour 2011 12 Beyond Baroque Venice CA Killer Verse publication reading 2011 Mt St Antonio Community College CA Night and the City Noir in Poetry Fiction and Film Festival 2011 Chapman University Orange CA 2011 Arizona State University Phoenix AZ 2011 Falkirk Cultural Center San Rafael CA 2011 University of Missouri Kansas City 2011 San Jose State University 2011 University of Chichester Chichester England 2011 University of Plymouth Plymouth England 2011 University of Warwick Warwick England 2011 Carnegie Art Museum Oxnard CA 2011 University of Southern Maine Portland ME 2011 Library Girl Series Ruskin Art Center Los Angeles CA 2010 University of La Verne La Verne CA 2010 Cal State LA Los Angeles CA 2010 West Hollywood Book Fair Los Angeles CA 2010 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo CA 2010 PoetsWest Green Lake Public Library Seattle 2010 Doe Bay Reading Series Orcas Island WA 2010 Kings Books Reading Series Tacoma WA 2010 Western Washington University Bellingham 2010 SPLAB Series Seattle 2010 Hammer Museum with Maxine Hong Kingston Sholeh Wolpe 2010 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books with Willis Barnstone 2010 Crockett CA the Valona Deli 2010 Davidson College N C 2010 Claremont Public Library Claremont CA 2010 Occidental College Eagle Rock CA 2010 Café Alibi Pasadena CA 2010 2012 Tebot Bach Golden West College CA 2010 Rattle Contributors Reading Santa Monica CA 2010 San Miguel Poetry Week San Miguel Mexico 2010 Marian Sims Baughn Center for Literary Arts Long Beach CA 2009 Bilingual Reading Translating Sonnets ALTA Conference Pasadena CA 2009 Dramatic Reading with Jennifer Holmes Shannon Center Whittier College CA 2009 Moe s Books Berkeley CA 2009 Long Beach City College CA 2009 Monmouth University NJ 2009 Bowery Poetry Club NYC 2009 Valley Contemporary Poets Tarzana Cultural Center 2009 Athens Center for the Creative Arts at Spetses Greece 2009 Pharmaka Los Angeles 2009 with Sholeh Wolpe Charles Datscher and Majid Nafiz Casa Romantica 2009 with Kate Durbin The Book Stall Chicago 2009 with Willis Barnstone Sholeh Wolpe Charles Harper Webb Richard Silberg Athens Center for the Creative Arts at Spetses Greece 2008 Beijing Normal University China 2008 Moonday Poetry Series CA 2008 Ruskin Poetry Series CA 2008 Strokestown Poetry Festival Strokestown Ireland 2008 L A Times Festival of Books CA 2008 Cal State Northridge CA 2008 Mt Saint Antonio Community College CA 2008 Ohio Wesleyan University OH 2008 Shaman Drum Bookstore Ann Arbor MI 2008 Series A Gabe Gudding Tony Barnstone and Tony Trigilio Chicago Public Radio WBEZ 91 5 FM Tuesday March 25 2008 7 00 p m Brothers K Coffee Shop Evanston IL with Tony Trigilio 2008 Red Hen Press Reading AWP Conference NYC 2008 San Miguel Poetry Week San Miguel

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  • Christina Bauer | Whittier College
    Beam Induced Growth of Nanoparticles for 2 3D Metal Patterning F Stellacci C A Bauer T Meyer Friedrichsen W Wenseleers V Alain S M Kuebler S J K Pond Y Zhang S R Marder J W Perry Adv Mater 2002 14 p 194 198 cover paper Silica Particle Formation in Confined Environments via Bioinspired Polyamine Catalysis at Near Neutral pH C A Bauer D Robinson B A Simmons Small 2007 3 p 58 62 Influence of Connectivity and Porosity on Ligand Based Luminescence in Zinc Metal Organic Frameworks C A Bauer T V Timofeeva T B Settersten B D Patterson V H Liu B A Simmons M D Allendorf J Am Chem Soc 2007 171 p 7136 7144 Dependence of Amine Accelerated Silicate Condensation on Amine Structure D B Robinson J L Rognlien C A Bauer B A Simmons J Mater Chem 2007 17 p 2113 2119 Mechanical Properties of Cubic Zinc Carboxylate IRMOF 1 Metal Organic Framework Crystals D F Bahr J A Reid W M Mook C A Bauer R Stumpf A J Skulan N R Moody B A Simmons M M Shindel and M D Allendorf Phys Rev B 2007 76 184106 Special Issue The Nanoscience Revolution Relationship Between Structure and Solubility of Thiol Protected Silver Nanoparticles and Assemblies C A Bauer F Stellacci J W Perry Topics in Catalysis 2008 49 p 32 41 Scintillating Metal Organic Frameworks A New Class of Radiation Detection Materials F P Doty C A Bauer A J Skulan M D Allendorf Adv Mater 2009 21 p 95 101 Invited review article Luminescent Metal Organic Frameworks M D Allendorf C A Bauer R K Bhakta R A Houk Chem Soc Rev 2009 38 p 1330 1352 Diastereoselective Heterogeneous Bromination of Stilbene in a Porous Metal Organic Framework S C Jones C A Bauer J Am Chem Soc 2009 131 p 12516 12517 Invited book chapter Luminescent Metal Organic Frameworks in Application of MOFs Wiley Farrusseng David ed 1st Ed July 2011 Part V Homo and heterometallic luminescent 2 D stilbene metal organic frameworks Bauer CA Jones SC Kinnibrugh TL Tongwa P Farrell RA Vakil A Timofeeva TV Khrustalev VN Allendorf MD Dalton Trans 2014 Feb 21 43 7 2925 35 Professor Christina Bauer s research goals are focused towards the development of luminescent nanostructured materials for the manipulation of light and for chemical sensing There is a fundamental need for efficient portable and tunable light emitting materials to support the development of technologies in many fields from medicine e g tissue imaging to homeland security e g radiation detection To advance beyond the current state of the art improvements in the sensitivity stability and control of such materials are required and nanomaterials are a potential solution This work involves structural design chemical synthesis and physical characterization and in some cases utilizes green chemistry techniques in order to reduce environmental impact Bauer s research will find direct application in sensing and may also prove useful in other areas such as in light

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/academics/chemistry/bauer (2016-01-26)
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  • Priscilla Bell | Whittier College
    Clubs Organizations Facilities Faculty Honor Society Internships Fellowships Majors Minors Preview of Courses Research Fieldwork Resources Study Abroad Support Chemistry About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Chemistry Priscilla Bell Priscilla Bell Professor Department of Chemistry Upper Village 106C 562 907 4200 ext 4498 pbell whittier edu Academic History B S University of Mount Union M S P h D Ohio State University Academic Focus Classical organometallic chemistry Cultural influences in medicine Chemical composition and action of herbs Action of alcoholic herbal extracts on the growth of bacteria and fungi Bio Research Professor Priscilla Bell was a Research Chemist at Ashland Chemical for two years before beginning her teaching career at The Ohio State University After two years at that large state university Bell came to Whittier College where she joined the chemistry department as the Inorganic chemist During her tenure at Whittier Bell has taught general analytical and inorganic chemistry along with courses designed for more general audiences Physical Science for Teachers Medicine and Culture College Writing Seminar Over the years Bell has been active with the preparation of students as chemists and preparing them for health science graduate schools In the latter area she has been the Co Chair of the Health Science Advisory Council and developed the Whittier College Health Professional Shadowing program While she continues to enjoy counseling health science students she has handed over the leadership in both of these areas to colleagues in the Biology departments Bell s research interests have shifted from classical organometallic chemistry to cultural influences in medicine and finally to the chemical composition and action of herbs Presently her research group has been studying the action of alcoholic herbal extracts on the growth of bacteria and fungi Her research group has

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  • Fred Bergerson | Whittier College
    of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Political Science Homepage Slider Reality in Simulation Military training center provides backdrop for warfare class Read more Meet Our Alumni Whittier s political science graduates have entered careers in government politics law teaching and related areas Learn more A Moment That Would Mark History Nixon Fellows Daniel Jacob Kulick 13 and Carlee Shults 14 visit the nation s capitol for the inauguration of Barack Obama Read more Prev Next In This Section Political Science Mobile About Majors Minors Preview of Courses Honor Society Clubs Organizations Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support Political Science About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Political Science Frederic Bergerson Frederic Bergerson Professor of Political Science Department of Political Science 562 907 4853 fbergerson whittier edu Academic History B A Johns Hopkins University Ph D Vanderbilt University Academic Interests Public Policy and Administration Military Strategy and Arms Control Complex Organizations Presidency and Congress Classes Taught Introduction to Political Science The President Congress Federalism and Urban Life Public Administration and Policy Military Strategy and Arms Control Warfare In Pursuit of Military Security Bio Professor Fred Bergerson is a political science professor who specializes in bureaucratic politics international and homeland security policy and civil military relations He has previously travelled to many European nations as well as to Vietnam and Israel Professor Bergerson has served as an American Political Science

    Original URL path: http://www.whittier.edu/academics/political/Bergerson (2016-01-26)
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  • Kenneth R. Berthel | Whittier College
    Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Modern Languages Literatures Slider In depth and In breadth The study of modern languages provides the experience of another culture and of its modes of thought and expression Learn more Everything From Cinema to Slang Students sharpen their French language skills at La Table Française Read more A Look Inside Franco African Cinema to Taste of Japan a preview of some of our modern languages courses Learn more Alumni Spotlight Practice Practice Practice A Q A with English and French alumna Apollonia Galvan 12 Read more Prev Next In This Section Modern Languages Literatures Mobile About Faculty Language Placement Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support Modern Languages Literatures About Faculty Language Placement Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Modern Languages Kenneth R Berthel Kenneth R Berthel Assistant Professor of Chinese Department of Modern Languages 562 464 4588 kberthel whittier edu Academic History B A University of California Riverside Ph D University of California Irvine Bio Kenneth Berthel earned a Ph D in Chinese Literature from the University of California Irvine in 2010 He offers courses on a broad array of topics in Chinese literature culture and language including a year long survey of the Chinese literary tradition Chinese Culture and Civilization Classical Literary Chinese and an annual offering in Chinese Cinema which looks at the development of the cinematic traditions of Mainland China Taiwan and Hong Kong To date Professor Berthel s research has primarily focused on philosophies of music and language in early pre modern texts but his academic interests are eclectic enough to have him engaged in a number of disparate scholarly projects at any given

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  • Jonathan Burton | Whittier College
    Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni English Homepage Slider The Bard the Poet Campus English Professor Jonathan Burton explores Shakespeare s continuing place in the liberal arts Read more Milton Shakespeare and Beowulf Oh My Meet Whittier s English faculty and find out what books they keep on their nightstand Read more Alumni Spotlight A Q A with alumna Martina Miles 09 Ph D student in English Literature Read more Prev Next In This Section English Menu Mobile About Majors Minors Preview of Courses Honor Society Submission Guidelines Resources Links Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Preceptorships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier In English Newsletter Support English Language Literature About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Preceptorships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier In English Newsletter Support You are here Home Academics English Jonathan Burton Jonathan Burton Associate Professor Department of English Language Literature 562 907 4200 ext 5021 jburton whittier edu Academic History B A Haverford College M A University of California Riverside Ph D City University of New York Academic Interests Early Modern Literature Shakespeare Postcolonial Literature Theater History of Education Bio Professional Activity Jonathan Burton has taught English at every level from 6th grade to the PhD in New York Maryland West Virginia California and Pakistan At Whittier College he teaches a range of courses on Shakespeare Contemporary Drama Transcultural Literature and The History of Literary Criticism A graduate of Haverford College another Quaker founded liberal arts college Professor Burton was drawn to Whittier for its emphasis on diversity service and the Quaker values of listening to and learning from others He seeks to embed those same values in a pedagogy that embraces performance practices creative writing and the digital humanities A fearless and occasionally successful chef Professor Burton loves to cook for friends and family He is also

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