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Faculty and Staff Recent Achievements

Where Futures Begin
 

Dr. Howard Kingkade
His full-length comedy, "One Foot in the Gravy",  has won the 2nd Annual Open Space Café Theatre New Play Competition. It will receive its world premier production the first weekend in November in Greensboro, NC. (September 2011)

Dr. Lisa Hammond
Published two poems, "Eleven" and "The Goddess Cleans Out Her Purse" in the Summer 2011 issue of Calyx: A Journal of Art and Literature by Women.

Dr. Mark Coe
Presented a paper entitled "Examining a State Psychological Association’s Efforts to Assess the Types and Needs for Diversity-Related Training for Psychologists" at the 2011 American Psychological Association Annual Conference in Washington DC.  Melvin Hall and Kirsten Williams (former USCL students) were listed as Co-Authors.

Dr. Mark Coe
Presented a poster session entitled "Masculinity and Its Influence on the Involvement of African American Male Youth in Drug Trafficking" at the 2011 American Psychological Association Annual Conference in Washington DC. 

Prof. Bob Bundy
Was awarded a John J. Duffy Excellence in Teaching Honorable Mention Award for 2010.  He was given this award by fellow Regional Campuses & Extended University educators to recognize his teaching abilities.  He was one of two individuals to receive an Honorable Mention for 2010.  (May 2011)

Prof. Fran Gardner
Was awarded a John J. Duffy Excellence in Teaching Honorable Mention Award for 2009.  She was given this award by fellow Regional Campuses & Extended University educators to recognize her teaching skills.  She was the only Honorable Mention for 2009.  (May 2011)

Dr. Howard Kingkade
The short thriller MAN FROM THE DYING PLANET, written by Dr. Kingkade, won BEST DRAMA in the Cape Fear Film Festival held in Wilmington, North Carolina, April 28 - May 1.  (April 2011)

Prof. Claudia Heinemann-Priest
Presented  “'Can translation/transcription help preserve, protect, and promote a Native language?: A case for linguistic and creative processes” with Catawba student Beckee Garris at the Southeastern Indian Studies Conference at the University of North Carolina Pembroke.  (April 2011)

Prof. Brent Burgin
Presented  “'Tho much is taken; much abides' :  Sustaining Memory: The Native American Studies Archive at USC Lancaster,”  at the Southeastern Indian Studies Conference at the University of North Carolina Pembroke.  (April 2011)

Dr. Howard Kingkade
The short thriller MAN FROM THE DYING PLANET, written by Dr. Kingkade, is an Official Selection in the Cape Fear Film Festival held in Wilmington, North Carolina, April 28 - May 1.  (April 2011)

Dr. Lisa Hammond
Presented “Inscribing Racial Memory: Textiles in Contemporary Southern Literature,” at the conference on The ART of Public Memory:  An International, Interdisciplinary Conference, at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  (April 2011)

Dr. Bettie Obi Johnson
Dr. Fernanda Burke

Along with former student Samantha Burdette, published the article “Determination of Ethylene Glycol in Engine Coolants using Refractive Index” in "Chemical Educator", 2011, volume 16, 116-117. (April 2011)

Dr. Kate Holland
Received a USC Provost’s Social Sciences Grant for 2011-2013 for her project, “A Functional Cerebral Systems Approach to Anxious Arousal: The Influence of Right-Lateralized Cognitive and Physiological Stress on Right Hemisphere Activation and Regulation of Sympathetic Tone” ($18,160.58).  (April 2011)

Dr. Lisa Hammond
Received a USC Provost’s Creative and Performing Arts Grant for 2011-2013 for her project, “Finding the Goddess and Other Poems” ($9449).  (April 2011)

Dr. Mark Coe
Received an award for Outstanding Contribution to Psychology in 2010 by the South Carolina Psychological Assocation at its conference.  (April 2011) 

Dr. Mark Coe
Published an article in the Spring 2011 edition of "Feedback", the South Carolina Psychological Association quarterly publication.  The article was entitled "The SCPA Diversity Strategic Planning Initiative."  (April 2011)

Dr. Mark Coe
Presented a paper entitled "How SCPA Can Help Psychologists Manage the Growing Diversity In SC: Findings from the SCPA Diversity Survey" at the South Carolina Psychological Association conference. (April 2011) 

Prof. Fran Gardner
Was included in the art exhibit "Sacred Creatures" at Watson MacRae Gallery in Sanibel, Florida.  Also participated in the artists' talk at the opening.  The exhibit will run January 6 - 29, 2011.  [Read the text panel about the artist here.]  (January 2011)

 

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