BC Faculty in the News

We do have the most talented faculty at BC.  Of this I am certain.

Let’s check out a few of their accomplishments:

Reggie Williams Opening Day Aug 2014

Reggie Williams seen here doing a Renegade Talk at Opening Day 2014




Reggie Williams:

Reggie Williams was just notified that his “Feminism and Rape” will appear in July in _Public Affairs Quarterly_.  He gave a version of the paper last year on campus for women’s history month, and his research was sponsored by the Levan Center. 







Janet Fulks 2

Janet Fulks with her granddaughter



Janet Fulks:

Janet Fulks co-authored an article in the most recent (October 2014) Senate Rostrum titled
CB 21, C-ID, and the Ongoing Challenge of Defining Basic Skills Curriculum.





David Koeth with Patt Davis from Tumblr

David Koeth doing a hard hat tour with Patt Davis


David Koeth and our Art Faculty:

Three faculty members from the Art Department are included in the exhibit “Fresh, 2014” at the South Bay Contemporary Gallery in Rolling Hills Estates.

Emily Maddigan, Armando (Nano) Rubio, and David M. Koeth will show work in an exhibit that curator Mat Gleason describes as “wild.”

The exhibit opens with a reception on 
November 8, 2014, 6 – 9 pm


From the press release: Fresh, 2014 is a contemporary art show of new work by dozens of artists. Most of the artists are from Los Angeles and the South Bay, but some come from as far east as New York and as far south as Mississippi. The show’s curator, noted LA Art Critic Mat Gleason, selected ninety-seven artists for the show. The only restriction on entries was that the art be created in 2014. After jurying the show, Mat Gleason said: “The goal was to make a WILD show, not a safe, straight art exhibit. The opening will be epic.”


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One thought on “BC Faculty in the News

  1. drajcpepper November 3, 2014 at 7:29 am Reply

    The eclectic backgrounds and interest of our faculty is what makes BC an exceptional academic institution. Thank you for all that you do to impact the learning environment at BC. ~ Dr. Culpepper

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