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  • Schrum, E. (2022, April). George Marsden's second edition of the soul of the American university [Roundtable discussion]. 33rd Biennial Meeting of the Conference on Faith and History, Baylor University, Waco, Texas.

  • Dunaetz, D. R. (2022, April). How does social identity theory research inform evangelical missions? [Presentation]. Evangelical Missiological Society 2022 Southwest Regional Conference, Santa Ana, CA.

  • Rodriguez, M. (2021, October). Liderazgo mestizo/mestizo leadership: Relational cross-cultural leadership for the borderlands. Journal of Religious Leadership, 20(2), 100-125.

    Rodriguez, M. (2022, April). Mestizo leadership: Relational cross-cultural leadership for the borderlands. Journal of Religious Leadership, 21(1).

  • Mann, S. (2022, April). [Review of the book Jonah: Introduction and commentary by A. Erickson]. Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 84(2), 199-200.

  • Hanson, J., Loose, W., & Reveles, U. (2022). A qualitative case study of all-but-dissertation students at risk for dissertation noncompletion: A new model for supporting candidates to doctoral completion. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 24(1) 234-262 (2020).

  • Gallup, D., Henwood, B. F., Devaney, E., Samario, D., & Giang, J. (2022, April). Shifting social worker attitudes toward homelessness: An MSW training program evaluation. Journal of Social Distress and Homelessness.

  • Dunaetz, D. R. (2022). Writing literature reviews in church-based research. Great Commission Research Journal, 14(1), 5-18.

  • Dykes McGehee, W. (2022, March). Do your members really want to work for you? Evangelical Missions Quarterly, 58(2), 33-35.

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