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1 SECTION THREE Faculty

2 SECTION THREE: FACULTY 3.01 Number of Faculty Employed...III Full-Time Faculty List...III Professional Activities...III 9 Fact Book Section III Index i

3 3.01 NUMBER OF FACULTY EMPLOYED Full-Time Adjunct Fact Book Section III 1

4 Mr. Ezekiel Addison Associate Professor of Art B.A. & M.FA. University of Georgia 3.02 FULL-TIME FACULTY Dr. Jeffrey Audirsch Assistant Professor of Christianity B.A., Louisiana College; M.Div., T.H.M., A.B.D. New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Mr. J. Keith Barr Assistant Professor of Physical Education B.S. & M.Ed. Georgia Southern University Dr. Thom Brucie Assistant Professor of English & Creative Writing B.A. Hobart College M.A. University of Louisiana Ph.D. State University of New York at Binghamton Miss Ann Calhoun Assistant Professor of Physics & Mathematics B.S. North Georgia College M.S. University of Tennessee Further Studies, Georgia Southern University Dr. Ian Crowe Associate Professor of History M.A. University of Oxford M.Litt. University of Bristol Ph.D. University of North Carolina P.G.C.E. Worcester College of Higher Education Dr. Brandi DeLoach Assistant Professor of Education B.B.A. & Ph.D. Georgia Southern University M.A. Armstrong Atlantic State University Dr. William P. Denni Associate Professor of Foreign Language B.A. & M.A. Florida State University Ph.D. University of North Carolina Fact Book Section III 2

5 Mrs. Sherra Lyn Durden Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.S. Georgia Southern College M.Ed. Georgia College Ed.S. Georgia Southern University Further Studies, East Carolina University Dr. Mariam K.I. George Professor of Biology B.S. & M.S. University of Kerala, India Ph.D. Howard University Mr. T. Jeremy Gore Instructor of Learning Assistance B. A. Brewton-Parker College; Other Studies, Georgia College and State University Dr. Ronald Hugar Associate Professor of English B. A., M. A. West Chester University; Ph.D. University of Texas at Arlington Dr. Christopher Jones Associate Professor of Chemistry Chief Instructional Designer B.A. Erskine College Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin Mr. Gareth Jones Director of Learning Assistance Program Assistant Professor of Film Studies B.F.A. University of Utah M.F.A. Hollins University Mrs. Skye L. Jordan Assistant Professor of Education B.S. & M.Ed. Georgia Southern University Further Studies, Georgia Southern University Mr. David Kight Assistant Professor of Business Information Systems & Management B.S. Brewton-Parker College M.B.A. Georgia Southern University Fact Book Section III 3

6 Dr. Susan K. Kinsella B.A. Pennsylvania State University M.S. Marywood University Ph.D. Fordham University Dr. David E. McMillin Professor of Biology B.S. Georgia Southern College M.S. Texas A&M University Ph.D. North Carolina University Dr. T. Ronald Melton Provost Professor of History Faculty Athletics Representative B.A. William Carey College M.A. & Ph.D. University of Mississippi Mr. Randy Minton Assistant Professor of Business A.B. St. Francis College M.B.A. Nova Southeastern University Dr. David W. Moffett Chair, Division of Education B.S. & M.A., Ball State University Ed.D Indiana University Mr. George Mosley Instructor of English B.A., M.A., University of Georgia Dr. Carol O Dell Professor of Math B.S., West Virginia Tech; M. A., Ed.D, West Virginia University Dr. Hal N. Ostrander Chair, Division of Religion & Philosophy Barney Averitt Associate Professor of Christianity B.A. Dallas Baptist University M.Div. & Ph.D. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Fact Book Section III 4

7 Dr. Ruth Ellen Porter Chair, Division of Arts and Letters Grace Lorentzson Hyatt Professor of English and Languages B.A. Randolph-Macon Woman s College M.A. Hollins College Ph.D. University of North Carolina Dr. Jerry L. Ray Associate Professor of Christianity B.A. Mobile College M.Div. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Ph.D. University of Virginia Mrs. Barbara K. Reid Assistant Professor of Education Middle Grades Coordinator Director of Student Teaching B.S. M.Ed. & Ed.S. Georgia Southern College Mr. C. Vance Rhoades Associate Professor of Psychology & Counseling Licensed Professional Counselor B.S. & M.S. University of Southern Mississippi Ed.S. Georgia Southern College Further Studies, University of Southern Mississippi Mr. Forrest E. Rich Associate Professor of Mathematics B.A. Toccoa Falls College B.Ed. & M.Ed. University of Georgia Dr. Jon D. Shuman Chair, Division of Math & Natural Sciences Assistant Professor of Biology Science Advisor B.S. Valdosta State College Ph.D. University of Georgia Ms. Sheila Simmons Assistant Professor of Education B.S. & M.Ed. University of Montevallo Fact Book Section III 5

8 Dr. David R. Smith President Professor of Education B.A. Hardin-Simmons University M.Div. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Graduate Studies, Hardin-Simmons University Ed.D. Peabody College of Vanderbilt University Dr. Rolando Tiu Interim Chair, Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences Assistant Professor of Psychology B.A., M.A., & Ph.D. Case Western Reserve University Mrs. Ann C. Turner Director of the Library College Archivist B.A. Georgia Southern College M.L.S. Clark-Atlanta University Dr. Harry Vogel Assistant Professor of Sociology B.S. James Madison University M.A. Western Kentucky University Ph.D. Kansas State University Dr. Mary Waalkes Associate Professor of History B.S. University of Colorado at Colorado Springs M.A. Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder Dr. Donald J. Wallace Professor of Communication International Student Committee Chairman Drama Advisor, Glimpses of Truth Ministry B.S., M.S. & Ph.D. Florida State University Dr. Susan White Assistant Professor of Education B.S., Ed.S., Ed.D. Georgia Southern University M.Ed. Valdosta State College Fact Book Section III 6

9 Dr. Charlene R. Williams Interim Chair, Division of Business Professor of Business B.S. & M.S. Central Michigan University Ph.D. Union Institute & University Dr. Molly Zhou Assistant Professor of Education B.A. West China University of Medical Science M.S. Pensacola Christian College Ed.D. University of West Florida Fact Book Section III 7

10 Mr. Ezekiel Addison 3.03 PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Associate Professor of Art Worked as a reader for the College Board, Advanced Placement evaluations in New Jersey, June Attended annual meeting of the Southeast College Art Conference (SECAC), Raleigh, NC, October Listed as contributor to the text: On Drawing, 3rd ed., Collegiate Press. Gave design seminar to staff of the Oracle, Fall Served on colloquium panel for the Liberty Fund, in its seminar in Chattanooga, Tenn., Helped plan a proposed BFA degree in Creative Expression. Attended training Session in Orlando, Florida for re-certification as an Approved Consultant. Wrote drawing syllabus for the Advanced Placement website Spring Worked as a reader for the College Board, Advanced Placement evaluations in New Jersey, June Attended annual meeting of the Southeast College Art Conference (SECAC), Jacksonville Florida, October Presented a paper, Marks on Linen: Going Postal during Florida s Golden Age of Innocence at said conference. Designed the Centennial Obelisk that now stands near the BPC library. Served as design consultant for the new banners for each academic discipline. Served with Dr. Ostrander on faculty observation team. Helped fine-tune the new BFA degree in Creative Expression. Help design the proposed new Fine Arts building. Served on the Tenure and Rank Committee. Delivered new artworks to gallery representing me, in Beaufort S.C. Conducted Advanced Placement workshop for high school teachers in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, September Attended annual meeting of the Southeast College Art Conference (SECAC), Little Rock Arkansas. Became a founding member of the Georgia Philological Society. Provided tessellation workshop for the annual Young Writers Conference. Delivered new artworks to gallery representing me, in Beaufort S.C. Conducted Advanced Placement workshop for high school teachers in Atlanta, December Judged the poster contest for Language Appreciation Day. Participated in a scholarly conference for the Liberty Fund. Provided a student written and produced play for Creative expression night. Presented Tessellation workshop at Young Writers Conference February Judge poster contest for Language Appreciation Day. Serve as evaluator of BPC faculty. Provided art workshop at Southeastern Technical College. Participated in an assessment workshop in Phoenix, Arizona. Held workshops for the Educational testing Service in Atlanta, Savannah and Memphis. Attended workshop and exhibition of Christians in the Visual Arts (CIVA) in Ohio. Served as a faculty evaluator. Presented workshop for high school students during the BPC Young Writers conference. Invited to participate in the initial Mentor/Mentee training session of Advanced Placement. Gave week-long workshop for ETS Advanced Placement program at Auburn University, Alabama. Served as evaluator of AP high school portfolios in Louisville Kentucky. Attended annual meeting of the Georgia Art Education Association, St. Simon s Island Provided tessellation workshop for the annual Young Writers Conference. Fact Book Section III 8

11 Gave design workshop to Oracle staff. Delivered new artworks to gallery representing me, in Beaufort S.C. Conducted Advanced Placement workshop for high school teachers in Raleigh, NC and in Columbia, SC. Judged the poster contest for Language Appreciation Day. Attended advanced Mentor/Mentee training for Educational Testing Service. Gave week-long workshop for ETS Advanced Placement program at Mississippi State University, Meridian. Gave week-long workshop for ETS Advanced Placement program at Texas Christian University, Dallas. Dr. Thom Brucie Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing Publications Still Waters: Five Stories. Tight Curtain Press Poetry Chapbook, Moments Around the Campfire With a Vietnam Vet, forthcoming, 2010, Cervena Barva Press Achievements Set up the annual BPC Creative Writing Fellowship Founding Editor: Journal of the Georgia Philological Association Georgia Author of the Year Nominee 2006 Activities and Presentations Moderator: Brewton-Parker College s annual Young Writers Conference Faculty Advisor, Oracle: A Journal of the Literary Arts Faculty Sponsor, Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society Guest Lecture at: Day of Creative Writing at Vidalia High School, How to Identify and Develop Your Writing Style Guest Lecture at: Scribbler s Writer Conference, St. Simon s Island, GA, Using Joseph Campbell s Hero-Cycle to Create Character and to Develop Plot Dr. Bill Faw Professor of Psychology Assistant to the Provost for Assessment SACS Accreditation Liaison Articles Published: Faw, Bill, Non-Drive-Reductive Hedonism and the Physiological Psychology of Inspiration. Philosophy in the Contemporary Word. 15:3, pp Faw, Bill, Review of Wallace et al, The Mind, The Body, and the World: Psychology after Cognitivism. Journal of Consciousness Studies. 15:4, pp Faw, Bill, Review of Hurlburt and Schweitzgebel, Describing Inner Experience: Proponent Meets Skeptic. Journal of Consciousness Studies. 15:8, pp Faw, Bill, Review of Bachmann et al, Experimental Phenomena of Consciousness: A Brief Dictionary. Journal of Consciousness Studies. 15:12, pp Faw, Bill Conflicting Intuitions May be Based on Differing Abilities: Evidence from Mental Imaging Research. Journal of Consciousness Studies. 16:4, pp Faw, Bill, Cutting Consciousness at its Joints. Journal of Consciousness Studies. 16:5. pp Faw, Bill, Review of Max Velmans Understanding Consciousness, 2nd edition. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 16:7. pp Faw, Bill, Consciousness, Modern Scientific Study of. Oxford Companion to Consciousness, ed by Bayne, Cleermans, & Wilkins. Oxford University Press, pp Fact Book Section III 9

12 Conferences Attended: Academic (with presentations): Toward a Scientific Study of Consciousness Conference at University of Arizona. April 8-12, Gave a talk: Modern Consciousness Science as Fechner s Inner Psychophysics. International Congress of Psychology Conference at Berlin, Germany, July 20-25, Led session on Psychophysics, and gave a talk on an updated version of Modern Consciousness Science as Fechner s Inner Psychophysics. Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology in Savannah, Georgia. April 9-11, Served on the Council for the conference organization, and gave a still updated version of Modern Consciousness Science as Fechner s Inner Psychophysics. Administrative SACS Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas, December, 2008 SACS Orientation, Atlanta, Georgia, January, 2009 SACS QEP Summer Institute, Houston, Texas, July, 2009 SACS Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, December, 2009 Dr. Christopher Jones Associate Professor of Chemistry, Chief Instructional Designer Received a grant from Georgia Power to fund BPC's annual Rocket Blast-off and the biannual Math & Science Festival in 2010 Received grants from the American Chemical Society to fund National Chemistry Week activities that are included in our Fall Math & Science festival in 2009 amd 2010 Worked in joint collaboration with the University of South Carolina to develop interactive web materials for physical chemistry tutorial web site. Received a grant from Autodesk for 3D Studio Max for the animation of chemical systems. Serve as Faculty Advisor for the Discovery (Science) Club Recent Presentations Designing Instructional Content to Outlast Your Textbook, Christopher T. Jones, Blackboard Southeast User s Group (BbSEUG), 2007, Jacksonville, FL, February 28 March 2, How Late Is Late? When Do Students Complete On-line Assignments, Christopher T. Jones, ACS National Meeting, Atlanta, GA, March How to Integrate Community Outreach into the Chemistry Classroom without Wasting Your Time, Christopher T. Jones, ACS National Meeting, Atlanta, GA, March Prof. Skye Jordan Assistant Professor of Education Conference Presentations Jordan, S., Reid, B., White, S. (October 2010). Assessment of Teacher Candidates Knowledge, Skills, and Dispositions: A Continuous Improvement Model. Paper presented at the meeting of the Georgia Education Research Association Annual Convention, Savannah, Georgia. DeLoach, B., Jordan, S., Mercer, P., Reid, B., White, S., Zhou, Y. (October 2009). Unit Outcomes Have to be Somewhere but They Don t Have to be Everywhere. Paper presented at the meeting of the Georgia Education Research Association Annual Convention, Savannah, Georgia. Bourassa, J., Jordan, S., & Reid, B. (October 2008). The use of collaboration to scaffold assessments. Paper presented at the meeting of the Georgia Education Research Association Annual Convention, Savannah, Georgia. Moffett, D.W., Claxton, M.S., Jordan, S.L., Mercer, P.P, & Reid, B.K. (2007). Applying asynchronous solutions to the multi-tasking realities of a teacher education faculty unit: Case study. Washington, D.C. Education Resources Information Center (ERIC No. ED499173) Fact Book Section III 10

13 Prof. David Kight Assistant Professor of Business Management and Information Systems Chair, Technology Committee Member, Recruitment and Retention Committee Member, Academic Integrity Committee Member, Honors Program Committee Members, Website Committee Member, Association of Computing Machinery Member, Kiwanis International Co-Sponsor, Circle K International Dr. Susan K. Kinsella Professor of Human Services and Sociology Publications Careers in Human Services, Kinsella, S. online publication, Pearson Higher Education Publications, Inc. 2010, Introduction to Human Services, Kinsella, S. under contract with Pearson Publications, 2014 Introduction to Human Services, Schram and Mandell, contributed to and referenced in Chapter 9 in text, Working with Military Families, Allyn and Bacon, Mass Engaging Human Service Students in Multi-Ethnic University/Community Partnerships, Kinsella, S. & Brown, E., under review to the Journal of the National Organization for Human Service Education 2007 Presentations Outcome Measures for Human Service Programs, presented at the Southern Organization for Human Services Conference, Charleston, South Carolina, March 2008 Conference presenter: "Service Learning in Human Service education: Continuing a Tradition of Students in Action", presented at the National Conference for the National Organization for Human Service Education, Nashville, TN, October Invited Guest Speaker: "Community Partnerships and University Collaborations: The Latino Outreach Center", presented at the Clinical Social Work Association and National Association of Social Work Conference, Savannah, GA, November 2003 Editoral/National Boards Selected as Governor of Georgia for Pi Gamma Mu, International Honor Society 2009 Member of the editorial advisory board for Sociological Outlook, Rowman & Littlefield Publisher, academic year. Manuscript/Projects Reviewer Developed questions for Board Certified Examination for Social Work and Human Services Professionals, Pearson, Higher Education Publishing, 2010 Manuscript reviewer for Family Therapy, Pearson Publishing 2010 Manuscript reviewer for "Introduction to Human Services: Clinical Interventions with Practice Settings: by Michelle Martin, Allyn & Bacon publisher, Nov. 2003, May 2004, April 2007 (for each edition) Board of Directors Elected to 3 year term at Saint Mary s Home Savannah, GA. Residential treatment facility for children Elected to position of treasurer for Southern Organization for Human Services Grants Received a Faculty Development Grant from Brewton-Parker College to present at national (NOHS) and regional (SOHS) conferences in Human Services from Fact Book Section III 11

14 Awards Promotion to full professor Brewton- Parker College 2008 Presidential Award for Contribution to Southern Organization for Human Services (SOHS) as treasurer 2008 Service Award for Contribution as Faculty Liaison to Student Action Group by BPC Student Government in Liberty County Outstanding External Campus Professor Brewton-Parker College 2003 Dr. David McMillin Professor of Biology Dashek, W. V. (Author). In D. McMillin (Editor) Biological Environmental Science, Science Publishers, New Hampshire (In Press). Dr. David W. Moffett Chair, Division of Education Publications Moffett, D.W., Reid, B. & Zhou, M. (2009). Reliability Realized! Year Two of Clinical Practice Candidates Applying Action Research. Washington, D.C. Education Resources. Information Center (ERIC No. ED506981) Moffett, D.W., Claxton, M.S., Jordan, S.L., Mercer, P.P., & Reid, B.K. (2008). Applying Asynchronous Solutions to the Multi-Tasking Realities of a Teacher Education Faculty Unit: Case Study. Mt. Vernon, Georgia. Journal of the Georgia Philological Association, Vol. 3, pp Moffett, D.W., Reid, B., & Zhou, M. (2008). Student Teacher Candidates Effect on Student Learning as Measured Through Action Research Projects. Washington, D.C. Education Resources Information Center (ERIC No. ED503036). Moffett, D.W. (2006). A Phenomenological Study of International Students in a Florida University Ph.D. Program. Washington, D.C. Education Resources Information Center (ERIC No. ED496667). Moffett, D.W. (2005). A Study of Participant-Perceived Quality of Courses and FELE Relevance in a Florida Graduate Educational Leadership Program. Washington, D.C.: Education Resources Information Center (ERIC No. ED490713). Presentations Moffett, D.W. & Reid, B. (October, 2010). The elusive nature of reliability: problems and pitfalls in scoring clinical practice action research projects. Refereed paper presentation at the 35th annual meeting of the Georgia Educational Research Association (GERA), Savannah, Georgia. Moffett, D.W. (July, 2010). Applying action research to clinical practice in teacher education programs. Presentation to faculty and staff. Thomas University, Thomasville, Georgia. Moffett, D.W. (April, 2010). Constructing learning communities in online, on-site, and hybrid Courses. Presentation to School of Education Faculty, Piedmont College, Demorest, Geogia. Moffett, D.W. (March, 2010). Future visions: schools of education in Presentation to School of Education faculty, Texas A & M University, Kingsville, Texas. Moffett, D.W. & Zhou, M. (October, 2009). Cooperating teacher evaluation of candidates in clinical practice and field experiences. Refereed paper presentation at the annual meeting of the Georgia Educational Research Association (GERA), Savannah, Georgia. Dr. Hal N. Ostrander Chair, Division of Religion & Philosophy Barney Averitt Associate Professor of Christian Studies Chapter entitled "Because Cause Makes Sense: The Anthropic Principle and Quantum Cosmocausality" published in Intelligent Design: William Dembski and Michael Ruse in Dialogue by Augsburg-Fortress Press Fact Book Section III 12

15 Book review of Frank Schaeffer s volume entitled Crazy for God to be published online in New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary s "Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry" Published articles for Baptist Press Negotiating publishing a volume to be entitled Stories from Kazakhstan International Seminar on "Christology" for Christian evangelical church groups in Berlin, Germany, and Prague, Czech Republic, June 2009, Scheduled mission trips for 2010: Ukraine, Croatia, and Zambia Preaching throughout the state of Georgia Faculty Marshall, Dr. Ruth Ellen Porter Selected Academic Contributions Woman s View of Courtly Love: A Comparative Reading of the Works of the Trobaritz and Christine de Pizan, Presented March 14, 2005 Teaching the Medieval: Medieval Women Writers, Kennesaw University, Kennesaw, GA. Using Writing Center Assessment Data for Community Outreach AAHE Assessment Conference, Denver, CO, June Twelfth Century Troubadours and the Trobaritz, Journal of the Georgia Philological Association, December 06, V.1 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute: Regional Studies and the Liberal Arts: An Appalachian Exemplar, Ferrum College, June When Language Fails: Artistic and Cultural Value of the Archetypal Metaphor, presented at the Georgia Philological Society, March 31, 2007, Mt. Vernon, Georgia Languages for Business: A Global Approach, June, , Avila, Spain Tenth Annual Spanish Language Faculty Development Program: Teaching Spanish for Business: A Global Approach, June 5-11, 2009, Florida International University Avila, Spain Assessment in Higher Education Association of American Colleges and Universities, Demanding Excellence: Liberal Education in an Era of Global Competition, Anti-Intellectualism, and Disinvestment Washington, DC, January 25-28, American Association of Higher Education, Assessment Conference, Denver, June Presentation: Using Writing Center Assessment data for Community Outreach. Special Pedagogical Seminars Georgia Association for Developmental Learning, St. Simons, Georgia, April First Year Experience Seminar, St. Simons, Georgia, April, 2007 Selected Continuing Language and Literature Studies Poetry and Prose of the Golden Age, Georgia Southern University, Spring 2009 Spanish for Business, Georgia Southern University Summer 2009 Selected Public Addresses Qualities of the Academic Leader Toombs-Montgomery Leadership Conference, January 17, 2008 An Application of Fernand Braudel s Theory of History to a Predictive History of Appalachia National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute, Ferrum College, Ferrum, VA June 2006 Selected Contributions to Faculty Affairs Brewton-Parker College Chair, Arts & Letters Division Chair, Tenure and Rank Committee 2009 Chair, Writing Across the Curriculum Committee Chair, General Education Assessment Committee Chair, General Education Committee 2001 Chair, Faculty Assessment Subcommittee 2004 Fact Book Section III 13

16 Chair, Curriculum Committee 2004, 2005 Chair, Appeals Committee Academic Council Provost s Cabinet Dr. Jerry L. Ray Associate Professor of Christianity August-October 2003, The Christian Index, Bible Study Lessons Dr. Jerry L. Ray Associate Professor of Christianity August-October 2003, The Christian Index, Bible Study Lessons Mr. C. Vance Rhoades Associate Professor of Psychology and Counseling Licensed Professional Counselor Completion of requirements for continuance of state license for awarded the American Psychotherapy Association s status of Board Certified Professional Counselor. College Textbook Reviewer: Corey, G Theory and Practice of Counseling & Psychotherapy. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole - Thomson Learning. Completion of requirements for continuance of state license for Test Center Supervisor for Educational Testing Services of The College Board (supervised & administered three S.A.T.s during the academic year). Faculty Advisor for Pi Gamma Mu Chapter Secretary/Treasurer for Pi Gamma Mu. Dr. Jon Shuman Assistant Professor of Biology Memberships and Affiliations Co-Advisor of Discovery (Science) Club American Association for the Advancement of Science The Georgia Conservancy The Nature conservancy Member of Academic Integrity Committee SACS Steering Committee Faculty Liaison for Environmental Compliance Issues Manuscripts Submitted for Publication Sook Lee, Jon D. Shuman, Tad Guszczynski, Thomas Sebastian, Terry D. Copeland, Maria Miller, Songyun Zhu, Robert C. Smart and Peter F. Johnson. p99 RSK-mediated phosphorylation on Ser273 in the C/EBP leucine zipper regulates DNA binding and alters dimerization specificity. Submitted to Molecular and Cellular Biology Sook Lee, Maria Miller, Jon D. Shuman, Krisada Sakchaisri, Zhen Xiao, Li-Rong Yu, Timothy D. Veenstra and Peter F. Johnson. Mechanism of C/EBP auto-inhibition and activation by Ras signaling. Submitted to Molecular and Cellular Biology Publications Spooner CJ, Sebastian T, Shuman JD, Durairaj S, Guo X, Johnson PF, Schwartz RC. C/EBPbeta serine 64, a phosphoacceptor site, has a critical role in LPS-induced IL-6 and MCP-1 transcription. Cytokine Feb; 37(2): Fact Book Section III 14

17 Miss Hildegard Stanley Consultant for the President for External Relations, Adjunct Professor Held a weekend choral workshop/concert at White Oak Hills Baptist Church in Atlanta (September 2003). Conducted a performance of MESSIAH in Wayne County (December 2003). The community chorus consisted of singers from various churches and accompaniment was provided by strings from the Jacksonville Symphony and local musicians. Began an interim position at FBC, Jesup, as Minister of Music (May 2004). Dr. Rolando Tiu Interim Chair, Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences Assistant Professor of Psychology Director of Honors Program Webmaster, Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences Publications: Tiu, R.D., Wadsworth, S.J., Olson, R.K., and DeFries, J.C. (2004). Causal Models of Reading Disability: A Twin Study. Twin Research, 7, Tiu, R.D., Thompson, L.A., and Lewis, B.A. (2003) Role of IQ in a component model of reading. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 36, Published Abstracts: Ruthsatz, J.M., Tiu, R.D., Thompson, L.A., and Detterman, D.K. (1999). The genetic influence on primary athletic ability and athletic ability's relationship with intelligence. Behavior Genetics, 29, 369. Thompson, L.A., Tiu, R.D., and Detterman, D.K. (1999). Differences in the heritability across levels of father s occupation. Behavior Genetics, 29, 371. Conference Presentations: Tiu, R.D., Wadsworth, S.J., Olson, R.K., and DeFries, J.C. (Dec. 2003). Causal Models of Reading Disability: A Twin Study. Presented at the 4th annual meeting of the International Society for Intelligence Research, Orange County, California. Ruthsatz, J.M., Hanus, J.M., and Tiu, R.D. Musical Intelligence or Memory in Disguise? (Dec. 2002). Presented at the 3rd annual meeting of the International Society for Intelligence Research, Vanderbilt, Tennessee. Tiu, R.D. (Dec, 2001). Racial/ethnic differences in income as a function of education and g. Presented at the 2nd annual meeting of the International Society for Intelligence Research, Cleveland, Ohio. Tiu, R.D., Thompson, L.A., and Lewis, B.A. (Dec, 2001). The components of reading. Presented at the 2nd annual meeting of the International Society for Intelligence Research, Cleveland, Ohio. Tiu, R.D., Thompson, L.A., and Youngstrom, E.A. (Dec, 2000). The definition of reading disability. Presented at the 1st annual meeting of the International Society for Intelligence Research, Cleveland, Ohio. Poster Presentations: Rohde, T., Tiu, R.D., Detterman, D.K., and Thompson, L.A. (2002). Are cognitive components important to g differentially heritable across ability levels? Poster presented at the 32nd annual meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association, Keystone, Colorado. Mrs. Ann Turner Librarian Received her degree of M.S.L.S. from Clark-Atlanta Published her book Brewton-Parker College: Triumph Over Adversity, The First One-Hundred Years with Fields Publishing, Nashville, TN Fact Book Section III 15

18 Dr. Harry L. Vogel Assistant Professor of Sociology Member of the American Sociological Association (Criminology and Criminal Law Section Member) Member Alpha Kappa Delta and Phi Kappa Phi Eagle Scout, BSA (1988) 2007 H. Vogel and W. Goe. The Influence of Rural Amenities on Non-Metropolitan Population Change in the United States from, 1980 to Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, HA H. Vogel. Rural Amenities and Population Change in Non-metropolitan Counties in the United States: An Outline for Future Research. Kansas State University: 9 th Annual Graduate Research Forum, Manhattan, KS L. Beaulieu, T. Canaday, and H. Vogel. Children Left Behind: A Regional Analysis of Poverty and School Performance in Rural and Urban Settings. Southern Rural Sociological Association, Mobile, AL. Dr. Donald J. Wallace Professor of Communication International Student Committee Chairman Drama Advisor, Glimpses of Truth Ministry B.S., M.S. & Ph.D. Florida State University June Provided a workshop on Vocal Communication Skills to the Annual Seminar of the Insurance Auditors Association of the Southeast and Insurance Auditors of the Southwest in New Orleans at the Hotel Chateau Sonesta Dr. Mary A. Waalkes Associate Professor of History Curator of the Montgomery County Historical Village Fellowships and Research Grants Lee University Faculty Research Grant, 2006 and 2004 National Endowment for the Humanities conference on Regional Studies for Liberal Arts Learning: An Appalachian Exemplar at Ferrum College, Virginia, June 3-28, Publications November 2006, Internet Book Review for H-South, Torches of Light: Georgia Teachers and the Coming of the Modern South, Ann Short Chirhart. North Carolina Historical Review, January 2006, Book Review, From the Grassroots to the Supreme Court: Brown v. Board of Education and American Democracy, Peter F. Lau, ed. Journal of Social History, Volume 37, Number 2, Winter 2003, Book Review, Creating an Old South: Middle Florida s Plantation Frontier before the Civil War, Edward E. Baptist. Journal of Social History, Volume 36, Number 3, Spring 2003 Book Review, The Politics of Whiteness: Race, Workers, and Culture in the Modern South, Michelle Brattain. November 2001, Internet Book Review the H-South forum on Paternalism in a Southern City: Race, Religion, and Gender in Augusta, Georgia, Edward J. Cashin and Glenn T. Eskew, eds. September 2000, Internet Book Review for the H-South forum on Dangerous Donations: Northern Philanthropy and Southern Black Education, , Eric Anderson and Alfred A. Moss, Jr. Three entries published in the Encyclopedia of Appalachia, Five entries completed in 2006 for the Encyclopedia of Social Class, to be published in One entry submitted to the African American National Biography, Fall 2007, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Flying Below the Radar: Activist, Paternalist, and Obstructionist Responses to the Civil Rights Movement in Three East Tennessee Communities, with Donna Summerlin. Fact Book Section III 16

19 Presentations Presented a paper, Flying Below the Radar: Activist, Paternalist, and Obstructionist Responses to the Civil Rights Movement in Three East Tennessee Communities at the Appalachian Studies Conference, Dayton, Ohio, March 18, Presented a paper, Laura Randolph Daly: A Liberal Voice in the Alabama Home Demonstration Service, Rural Women s Studies Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota, June Presented a paper, Work Identity for Alabama s Black Extension Agents, 1920s and 30s, Ohio Valley History Conference, Clarksville, Tennessee, October Presented a paper, Black Women s Education and the Home Economics Movement, Missouri Valley History Conference, Omaha, Nebraska, March Campus service Curator for the Montgomery County Historic Village located on the Brewton-Parker College campus Advisor, History Club Advisor, Pentecostal Student Fellowship Dr. Charlene Williams Professor of Business Summer Completed several Blackboard workshops, and an Elluminate training session Showell Consulting Company-Consulting in the fields of Human Resource Management and Labor Relations. Summer Team taught a Strategic Management graduate course at Wright-Patterson's Air Force Institute of Technology. Gathered data for an ongoing research interest: Impromptu Teaching and Learning. Summer Showell Consulting Company Consulting: RCF Corporation, Vidalia, GA. - Training & Development Strategic Plan (currently working on this). Summer Two weeks training--online teaching techniques, sponsored by the U. of Phoenix Summer Two Day seminar, Central Michigan University, Atlanta, GA. Online Teaching, Adult Teaching and Learning Styles, and Online Teaching Techniques, (short session on how to teach in condensed formats). July 2005, Consulting: GM Corp. Dayton, Ohio "Teambuilding, Cross Functional Work Teams, and Effective Negotiating. Summer & Fall 2005-Participated in various training opportunities sponsored by textbook publishers on topics pertaining to online teaching, online curriculum and course design, and adult learners. Fall 2005, attended the SE Blackboard Conference, Savannah, GA. Spring Key speaker for the annual "Business Woman of the Year award. American Business Women s Assoc. Vidalia, GA. Fact Book Section III 17

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