Seamus Mulryan, educational foundations, has recently published a review of James Page’s Peace Education: Exploring Ethical and Philosophical Foundations. The review can be found in Education Review at http://www.edrev.info/reviews/rev960.pdf.
Dr. Mark Snyder, industry & technology, recently received the Fred J. Hartman Service Award from the International Graphic Arts Education Association (IGAEA). The award recognizes “devoted service over many years to the promotion of graphic arts education in industry and institutions of learning.” Snyder has served the IGAEA for more than 12 years as a regional vice-president, treasurer and president. He hosted the national conference for the organization in 2000 and chaired the annual “Gutenberg Awards” student competition for three years. Snyder also served as the interim editor of the Visual Communications Journal (VCJ) and continues to serve on the Editorial Review Board of the VCJ.
Dr. Dennis Denenberg, professor emeritus, elementary and early childhood, continues to present keynote addresses to conferences and conventions for corporate, teacher and parent groups. Denenberg gave “Teaching American History” (TAH) grant programs on July 6 in Lakewood, N.J., and July 28-29 in Charleston, W.V. In addition he gave a workshop for the National Park Service on July 16 in Valley Forge, Pa., and a keynote address and TAH workshop on August 12 in Aiken, S.C., and on August 13 in Charleston, S.C.