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Performance Newsletter - Volume 3, Issue 2

Awards or Recognitions

Tony A. Barringer, Ed.D, University Foundation Office, College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "Distinguished Service Award", Southeast Missouri State University, October 30.

Amanda Evans, MSW, College of Professional Studies, Social Work , "Vice-President", Florida Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, August 26.

Pamella Seay, JD, College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "Re-elected for 3rd term", Charlotte County Airport Authority, Commissioner District 1, November 2.

Book Publication

Jerome Jackson, Ph.D., College of Arts & Sciences, Mathematics and Science, "In Search of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker", Smithsonian Books, Washington, DC, pp. 294.

Professional Presentations

Danilo M Baylen, EdD, C. K. Sorensen (NIU), College of Education, Graduate Studies, "The seven principles of good practice in online instruction", AECT International Conference, Association for Educational Communication and Technology, Chicago, Illlinois, Illlinois, October 20-24.

Danilo M Baylen, EdD, Joan Glacken (Health Sciences, CHP), College of Education, Graduate Studies, "Online case studies: A collaboration between two colleges", Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP) Annual Conference, Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP) , Tampa, Florida, Florida, October 20-23.

Peg Gray-Vickrey, College of Health Professions, Nursing, "When More Isn't Necessarily Better: Preventing/Avoiding Polypharmacy in the Elderly", National Conference for Nurse Practitioners 2004, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, MD, MD, October 27-30.

Peg Gray-Vickrey, College of Health Professions, Nursing, "The Graying of Memory: Update on Dementia", National Conference for Nurse Practitioners 2004, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, MD, MD, October 27-30.

Scott Karakas, Ph.D., College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, "“Saving Dollars and Making Sense: Scalability and Distance Course Creation", Professional Development Teleconference Seminar on Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century, Dallas County Community College District Telecommunications, Dallas, TX, TX, October 21.

Scott Karakas, Ph.D., College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, "“One Foot in the Future and One in the Past: Enhancing a Traditional Art History Survey Course Through the Selective Use of New Instructional Technology", 2004 Southeastern College Art Conference, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL, FL, October 13-16.

David Lounsbury, Ph.D., College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "Physical Evidence Awareness for Auditors", National Conference of the Association of College and University Auditors, Associaton of College and University Auditors, Washington, D.C., D.C., September 20-23.

David Lounsbury, Ph.D., College of Professional Studies, Justice Studies, "Scientific Interviewing for Auditors", National Conference for the Association of College and University Auditors, Association of College and University Auditors, Washington, D.C., D.C., September 20-23.

Myra Mendible, PhD English, Angharad Valdivia (U Illinois); Frances Muntaner (Columbia U); Clara Rodriguez (Fordham U), College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities and Arts, "Spectacular Fictions: The 'Latin Woman' in the Popular Imagination", Latin American Studies International Conference, LASA (Lat Am Studies Assoc), Las Vegas, NV, NV, October 8-10.

Walter Rodriguez, PhD, Janusz Zalewski, Bohdan Wojciechowski, Richard Hetnarski, College of Business, Computer Information Systems and Decision Sciences, "Homegrown Engineering: The Development of Regional-Targeted Engineering Curricula That Reinforces Existing Programs in Florida", International Conference on Engineering Education, INEER International Network for Engineering Education and Research, Gainesville, Florida, Florida, October 17-21.

Russell Sabella, Ph.D., College of Education, Graduate Studies, "The ASCA National Model for Comprehensive School Counseling Programs", National Association of Pupil Service Administrators, National Association of Pupil Service Administrators, Biloxi, Mississippi, Mississippi, October 25-26.

Russell Sabella, Ph.D., College of Education, Graduate Studies, "Solution Focused Brief Counseling", Professional Development Day, Marion County School Counselors, Ocala, FL, FL, October 15.

Halcyon St. Hill, Ed.D., M.S.,MT(ASCP), College of Health Professions, Dean's Office, "Interdisciplinary Gerontology Education Allied Health Grant Outcomes Assessment ", Association of Schools of Allied Health (ASAHP) 2004 Annual Conference, ASAHP , Tampa, Florida, Florida, October 20-23.