Christopher Bader, a senior music and English double major, has been designated as an 1843 Scholar at the St. Louis University School of Law. Each year, they award 10 incoming students with these scholarships that provide full tuition for three years. This prestigious award is valued at more than $100,000. Bader has been active as a pianist and harpsichordist at Truman, and he also plays violin in the University Orchestra.

Matt Derezinski, assistant professor of art, received an honorable mention in the Works on Paper Exhibit at Long Beach Arts, in Long Beach, Calif., for the work “Don’t Go, Go Away.” Additionally, Derezinski will be the featured artist at an exhibition at the Space 237 Gallery in Toledo, Ohio. The exhibition runs until June.

Sandy Fleak, professor of accounting, Keith Harrison, associate professor of accounting, and Laurie Turner, assistant professor of accounting, had their article “Sunshine Center: An Instructional Case Evaluating Internal Controls in a Small Organization,” accepted for publication in Issues in Accounting Education. The article has been under review since 2007.

Michael Goggin, associate professor of physics
, and George Carlson of A.T. Still University were recognized as Researchers of the Year during the Kirksville Sigma Xi annual banquet April 1. The chapter also recognized the following area science teachers for excellence in science teaching at the elementary and secondary level respectively: Molly Tuggle of Ray Miller Elementary and Megan Wyatt of Marceline High School. More information about Kirksville Sigma Xi can be found at

Lynn Rose, professor of history
, has been invited to submit “Gender, Ageing, and Disability: The Case of Cheryl Marie Wade,” an essay to be published in German from the proceedings of the Arbeitsgruppe Gender-Forschung 2. Interdisziplinares Kolloquium: Gender Generation Ageing, 2009. This invitation results from a paper presented at the Max Planck Institut, Universität Rostock, Rostock, Germany, Nov. 27, 2009.

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