List of Faculty Recognition Activity

Spring Semester 2018


Congratulations to Guadalupe Madrid De Mata as we recognize her on her US citizenship!



"A One-Hundred Forty Character Discourse: The Twitter Apology as an Emerging Sub-Genre of Corporate Communication"

published in the Journal Technical Communication

This paper is the culmination of three years work and study on the subject.

Allen Berry, PhD

Assistant Professor of English



Publication “Investigating the Function of a Transport Protein: Where is ABCB6 Located in Human Cells?”

Puglished in: CourseSource - Evidence-based teaching resources for undergraduate biology education  

Kathryn M. Dye, PhD   with J. D. Stanton, PhD

Assistant Professor of Biology



“Virtual Mentoring in Nursing Education: A Scoping Review of the Literature”

Published in Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 

Susan Clement, RN MSN CCE CLC

Associate Professor of Nursing


Summer Semester 2018:

Becky Sims earned an MA in Political Science from Georgia State.

Becky Sims 

Associate Professor of Political Science 

Fall Semester 2018:

Professor A. G. Cook delivered a paper, at the 98th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammologists, 25-29 June 2018 on the campus of Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas.

A. G. Cook, Ph.D.
Professor of Biology


Check out Professor Dana Caldemeyer’s latest interview regarding her forthcoming book, Reconsidering Southern Labor History: Race, Class, and Power:











Dana Caldemeyer and Rick Reiman for their excellent recent podcast, entitled” “For Want of a Comma: The Constitution and Birthright Citizenship.”  (Speaking as a professional historian, I think it’s a great conversation with lots of implications for current affairs):


Dana Caldemeyer also did a recent interview regarding her soon-to-be-finished book project, that appeared here:


SGSC School of Sciences Associate Professor Rosa Guedes and Assistant  Professor Robert Potter presented a paper entitled “Environmental Science: An interdiciplinary Course for a Diverse Student Audience” at the Oxford Symposium on Population, Migration, and the Environment, Oxford University, England, August 2&3, 2018. 

(Photo: on steps of Radcliffe Observatory Historical Site)









Dr. Codrina Cozma presented a research paper (that is co-authored with Dr. Raymond Elson) at the AABRI international conference held in Orlando, FL on October 26th.  Entitled "More is not always better: GASB Statement 54 fund balance classification issues for local governments."  Dr. Cozma’s study has already been accepted for publication.


Dr. Thom Brucie informed me that his most recent publication, a novel entitled Children of Slate, was released in October.  Here is a link to his new book: