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Lisa Davidson Presents at Teachers' Conference

Lisa Davidson, communication studies faculty, presented at the International Christian Community for Teacher Education conference in May 2014.

Davidson's presentation, Creating a Unified Academy, focused on creating an inclusive, supportive academy that includes tenured, non-tenured and part-time faculty.

The International Christian Community for Teacher Education hosts a biennial conference, allowing for scholarly exchange, fellowship and networking opportunities for Christian teacher educators and for those who are in related fields.

The 11th biennial conference, Teaching in Context: Faithful Presence and Practice, was held at Redeemer University College in Ontario, Canada.

Lisa Davidson, a training and development consultant, teaches courses in public speaking, team building and leadership communication at Marylhurst University.

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