Ricks College New Perspectives 17, No. 1 - April, 2000
Ricks College New Perspectives 17, No. 1 - April, 2000President Hinckley's Dedication At Mountain Meadows: Behind The Scenes By Lawrence Coates, History Department. "Intellectual Engagement" By Eugene Thompson, History Department. "The Evolution of the Low-Tech Revolution" By Mary Lula Welch, English Department. "Estrangement and Reconciliation: Some Thoughts About What The Temple Teaches Us About Relationships" By John M. Rector, Counseling. "The Sunset Side of the Tetons: An Abbreviated Geologic History of Our Part of the World" By Glenn F. Embree, Geology Department. "Examples as Argument: The Rhetoric of Michael Medved's Hollywood vs. America" By Ron Weekes, Communications Department.
Ricks College New Perspective 16, No.3 -December, 2016
Ricks College New Perspective 16, No.3 -December, 2016IN THIS ISSUE OF PERSPECTIVE By Ryan Cromar, Editor. "DARE MIGHTY THINGS: REALIZING THE EXTRAORDINARY POTENTIAL IN EVERYDAY STUDENTS" By Clark G. Gilbert, BYU-Idaho President. "TEACHING THE ONE: A PATH OUT OF STUDENT AND TEACHER APATHY" By Jonathan Austad, Department of Humanities and Philosophy. "REACHING EVERYDAY STUDENTS ONE BY ONE" By Steve Kimpel, Department of Health, Rec and Human Performance. "ONE BY ONE: HIS HANDS, HIS TOUCH" By Gregory Palmer, Department of Religious Education. "THE SCOPE OF OUR REACH" By Susan Thomas, Department of English. "REACHING THE ONE" By Hector Becerril-Garcia, Department of Chemistry; Jared Bowden, Department of Chemistry; Curtis Nelson, Department of Mathematics; Ron Kinville, Department of Construction Management; Sahar Qumsiyeh, Department of Mathematics; Rex Butterfield, Department of Religion; Greg L. Klinger, Department of Agriculture and Life Sciences; Dwight Wray, Department of Biology; Michael H. Madsen, Department of History, Geography, and Political Science; Adam Ballif, Department of Music; Rebecca A. Roesler, Department of Music; Scott Martin, Department of Psychology. "GENIUS" By David Magleby, Department of Teacher Education. "ENHANCING THE UNIQUE STUDENT'S TEST PERFORMANCE" By Eric Gee, Department of Psychology. "SUCCORING: A MEANS OF STUDENT SUCCESS" By Robyn Bergstrom, Department of Communication. "EMPATHIZING WITH INDIVIDUALS" By Clint Elison, Department of Sociology and Social Work. "LIFTING STUDENTS HIGHER" By Wade Gordon, Department of Disabillity Services.
Ricks College New Perspective 16, No.2 -April, 2016
Ricks College New Perspective 16, No.2 -April, 2016IN THIS ISSUE OF PERSPECTIVE By Andrea Radke-Moss. "WHAT DEFINES US?" By Todd Kelson, Department of Biology. "EXPLORING A ROLE" By Richard J. Clifford and Alex Smith, Department of Theatre and Dance. "HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY: A FASCINATING FRONTIER OF PSYCHOLOGY APPLICATION" By Rob Wright, Department of Psychology. "IN PURSUIT OF BEAUTY" By Nadine Luke, Department of Music. "DID THE FOUNDATIONS CAPSTONE CLASS REALLY FAIL?" By Jason Hunt, Department of Biology. "ON BEING AN ACTIVIST FOR CHILDREN" By Betty McQuain, Department of Home and Family. "R AND BYU-I" By Garrett Saunders, Department of Mathematics. "TEACHING WRITING" By Mark D. Bennion, Department of English. "FOUR GUIDELINES FOR ENGAGING IN COMPARATIVE RELIGION" By Tyson Yost, Department of History, Geography, and Political Science.
Ricks College New Perspective 16, No.1 -February, 2016
Ricks College New Perspective 16, No.1 -February, 2016IN THIS ISSUE OF PERSPECTIVE By Jeff Hochstrasser, Editor. "PERRY'S MODEL OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT DURING THE COLLEGE YEARS" By Devan Barker. "DISCUSSION BORED?" By Seth Robins. "IDENTIFYING AND ASSISTING TROUBLED STUDENTS" By Reed Stoddard. "EDUCATIONAL VIDEO CAPTURE IN AN ON-DEMAND WORLD" By Nate Wise. "IDEAS FOR IMPROVING LEARNING AND SATISFACTION THROUGH PEER INSTRUCTION" By Stan Kivett. "KEEPING OUR TEACHING FRESH THROUGH MENTORED RESEARCH" By Scott Thomson. "SIX CONSIDERATIONS FOR MAKING DISCUSSION BOARD LEARNING EFFECTIVE" By James Helfrich. "PARTNERING FOR MENTORED STUDENT LEARNING" By Philip Wheatley and Corey Smith. "IS IT OKAY TO FORGET?" By Steve Hunsaker.
Ricks College New Perspectives 16, No. 2 - December, 1999
Ricks College New Perspectives 16, No. 2 - December, 1999Heart, Mind And Soul: The Power Of Literature By Neal W. Kramer, English Department. "Lessons From Star Wars Episode One - The Phantom Menage" By Allen Hackworth, English Department. "Pasah" By Scott Samuelson, English Department. "A Great Teacher" By Sharon Hansen, Elementary Education. "Grandma Morgan's Dreams" By Jack Harrell, English Department. "'Thinking Way Back': Considerations On Race, Pre-Existence, And Mortality" By Marcus H. Martins, Religion Department. "Praying To Win" By John D. Nielson, Geography Department (Retired). "Lifeline" By James Papworth, English Department. "The Mad Doctor, James Murray And The OED" By Larry Thompson, English Department. "Four Ways To Remain Right With Copyright" By Blaine P. Robertson, Computer Information Systems.
Ricks College New Perspectives 16, No. 1 - April, 1999
Ricks College New Perspectives 16, No. 1 - April, 1999Perspectives In Writing Biography By Francis M. Gibbons , Former Member Of The First And Second Quorums Of Seventy. "A Response To Francis M. Gibbons's Perspectives In Writing Biography" By Lawrence Coates, History Department. "Point Of View" By G. Olof Larson. "Dangerous Assumptions" By Ellen Pearson, English Department. "Screwtape Revisited: The Mission Statement Of Lucifer Ltd." By Brooks Haderlie Library. "The Euro-Opportunity Or Convenience?" By Kevin Shiley And Matt Jeppsen, Business Management Faculty, Business Management Major. "Echos Of A Witch Hunt And A Crucible" By J. Omar Hansen. "Rattlesnakes And The Art Of Telemarketing" By Dawn Anderson, English Department. "Red Ink Marvels: Literary Theory And Writing Evaluation" By Rodney D. Keller, English Department. "Simple Tools For Ability Assessments" By Mary Lula Welch, English Department. "New Perspectives" By Lyle Lowder. "Old Joe Mccarthy Lives Again" By J. Omar Hansen. "An Outline Of Sacrament Meeting" By John L. Bonner, English Department. "Marriage" By Allen Hackworth, English Department.
Ricks College New Perspective 15, No.3 -December, 2015
Ricks College New Perspective 15, No.3 -December, 2015IN THIS ISSUE OF PERSPECTIVE By Ryan DaBell, Editor. "SUMMERS IN TENNESSEE" By Ryan Sargeant. "USING MOBILE TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE EDUCATION" By Jeff Hochstrasser. "STRENGTH AND SUPPORT FROM A DOCTORAL COHORT" By Rachel Huber. "TOOLS FOR THE ROAD: SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATING THE DOCTORAL JOURNEY" By Cheryl Empey. "TOOLS FOR THE ROAD: SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATING THE DOCTORAL JOURNEY" By Heather Carter. "SCHOLARSHIP: OUR ACADEMIC BIRTHRIGHT" By Sid Palmer. "THREE WEEKS AT COBALT STUDIO" By Gary Benson.
Ricks College New Perspective 15, No.2 -April, 2015
Ricks College New Perspective 15, No.2 -April, 2015THE INSPIRATION AND INCEPTION OF THE BYU-IDAHO SACRED MUSIC SERIES By R. Kevin Call. "HOW BEAUTIFUL UPON THE MOUNTAINS" By Dallin Hansen. "A COMPOSER'S VIEW OF THE SACRED MUSIC PROJECT: SINGING THE RESTORED GOSPEL INTO THE HEARTS OF THE PEOPLE" By Eda Ashby. "THROUGH A VEIL: SOME PROPOSITIONS REGARDING TRANSLATION" By Steve Stewart. "THE FULBRIGHT EXPERIENCE AT BYU-IDAHO: BEING INSPIRED, GETTING STARTED, AND FINDING SUCCESS" By Andrea G. Radke-Moss. "TEACHING DEMOCRACY IN CHINA" By Shawn Johansen. "IN THE LAND OF THE RISING SUN: A FULBRIGHT EXPERIENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF THE RYUKYUS" By Eric Walz. "ACADEMIC SERVICE WILL CHANGE YOU-A FULBRIGHT TO ALBANIA" By Mark Nygren.
Ricks College New Perspective 15, No.1 -February, 2015
Ricks College New Perspective 15, No.1 -February, 2015IN THIS ISSUE OF PERSPECTIVE By Kynda Roberts, Editor. "HOW DOES CREATIVITY FIT INTO A BYU-IDAHO EDUCATION?" By Brian Memmott. "iPads IN THE CLASSROOM" By David Collins. "LEARNING ON THE EDGE OF CHAOS" By Richard Grimmett. "OWNERSHIP IN LEARNING" By Mark Orchard. "GETTING STUDENTS IN THE GAME: SIMPLE STRATEGIES FOR INCREASING STUDENT INVOLVEMENT" By David R. Peck. "THE NOT-SO-EASY A: INITIATIVE PROJECTS AND STUDENT LEARNING" By Anne Papworth. "TEACHING FROM WITHIN: SOME LESSONS LEARNED FROM 20+ YEARS OF LEARNING" By Edwin C. Kumferman. "AT THE VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM" By Mark D. Bennion. "CONSIDERING WHAT'S UNDONE" By Mark D. Bennion.
Ricks College New Perspectives 15, No. 2 - December, 1998
Ricks College New Perspectives 15, No. 2 - December, 1998The Dovetail, Spine Stitching, And The Invisible Thread By Scott Samuelson, English Department. "'Into All The World': Technological Trends And The LDS Church In The 21St Century" By Marcus H. Martins, Religion Department. "Be Ye Doers" By Henry L. Isaksen, Retired Administrator And Teacher. "Caught Between The Bull And The Bear" By Curtis Hawkins, CPA, CFP Accounting /CIS. "The Great Deceivers" By Dawn Anderson, English Department. "Physical Fitness - A Family Concern" By Dr. J. A. Lamp, Health Science Department. "Thoughts Of The Grand Canyon" By Roger Hoggan, Geology Department. "The State Of The Network" By Gaylen Jensen, Network Operations Services. "Ethical Dilemmas Facing An LDS International Sales Executive" By Kevin Shiley, Business Department. "The Written Word" By G. Olof Larson. "Matters Of Mind And Spirit" By Bob Worrell, English Department. "How Will We Eat?" By Kristen J. Foster, Division Of Continuing Education. "Popular Pioneer Poplars" By Reese Nelson, Greenhouse. "Some Thoughts As You Leave Jerusalem" By Mark Bennion. "Escape To The Outdoor Classroom" By Edmund Jay Williams, Geology Department. "Welding Links, A Vision, And A Promise" By Greg Palmer, Annual Giving. "The Healing Power Of The Savior In Counseling" By Jannae Walden, Counseling Center. "The Moral Incline" By Michael Farnworth, Family Science Department. "The Freshman/Sophomore Learning Environment--Seeking The Ideal Fit Between Student And College" By Dean Sorensen, Religion Department. "The Destiny Of The Jews And The Second Coming" By Clarence "Bernie" Jensen, Religion Department. "Tobacco Marketing To Teenagers In South America" By Mike Tatum, Sociology Criminal Justice. "The Care And Feeding Of Classics (Classic Automobiles)" By Thomas Crapo, Electronics Engineering Technology. "To Tommy" By Gayle Lee, Nursing Department. "Coming Alive To Learning" By