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2015

Dr. Garane Garane
Was interviewed by Voice of America, on July 11, 2015, about the removal of the Confederate flag from the grounds of the South Carolina capitol. VOA is funded by the U.S. Government and broadcasts news and information to an international audience. (July)

Prof. Kaetrena Davis Kendrick
Presented “Guide on the T&P Side: Using Tech to Make Tenure” with Prof. Deborah Tritt (USC Aiken, Gregg-Graniteville Library) at the Metrolina Library Association conference in Charlotte, North Carolina. (June)

Prof. Rebecca Freeman
Presented a poster “Transformative Spaces: Art in the Library” at the Metrolina Library Association conference in Charlotte, North Carolina. (June)

Prof. Rebecca Freeman and Prof. Kaetrena Davis Kendrick
Presented “Mak(ing) Spaces: Perspectives from a small and rural academic library” at the Metrolina Library Association conference in Charlotte, North Carolina. (June)

Dr. Stephen Criswell
Co-wrote the nomination essay for the 2015 National Heritage Fellow award from the National Endowment for the Arts won by South Carolina singer, song writer and blues artist Drink Small (the Blues Doctor). (June)

Mrs. Tracey Mobley Chavous
Earned the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) Certification from the HR Certification Institute on May 16, 2015. The PHR certification is an international certification that demonstrates mastery of the technical and operational aspects of HR practices and U.S. laws and regulations. (May)

Ms. Jeannie Mackey
Earned the “Federal Methodology Credential” from the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators’ University Credentialed Training program. (April)

Ms. Ashley Barber
Earned the “Federal Methodology Credential” from the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators’ University Credentialed Training program. (April)

Mr. Kenneth Cole
Earned the “Federal Methodology Credential” from the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators’ University Credentialed Training program. (March)

Dr. Michael Bonner
Was elected president of the South Carolina Historical Association at the Association's March 2015 meeting.  (March)

Dr. Ernest Jenkins
Was elected editor of the South Carolina Historical Association's peer reviewed journal "The Proceedings" at the Association's March 2015 meeting.  (March)

Prof. Rebecca Freeman
Published the chapter, "Fusion Tables for Librarians and Patrons" in Carol Smallwood's Complete Guide to Using Google in Libraries: Research User Applications and Networking (Vol. 2, pp. 99-111). (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2015.)  (March)

Prof. Fran Gardner
Selected to have her art included in the ArtFields 2015 Exhibit in Lake City, SC.  (March)

Dr. Carolyn Harmon
Published the following article: Harmon, C. S., Fogle, M. & Roussel, L. (2015). Then and now: Nurses' perceptions of the electronic health record. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI), 19 (1). (March)

Prof. Erin Moon-Kelly
Published the article "Decoding to Fluency" in the February 2015 issue of The Flute View. (February 2015)

Dr. Kate Holland
Published the following article: (2014) Physiological and Behavioral Indices of Hostility: An extension of the capacity model to include exposure to affective stress and right lateralized motor stress.  Laterality: Asymmetries of the Body, Brain and Cognition, 19(5), 560-584. (January)

Dr. Kate Holland
Published the following three abstracts in 2014:
A functional cerebral systems approach to examining trait anxiety: The influence of caffeine ingestion and right-lateralized cognitive stress on regulation of parasympathetic tone.  Psychophysiology, 51(S1), 70.

The effects of caffeine ingestion on right hemisphere activation: Examining changes in cardiovascular reactivity using a dual task paradigm. Psychophysiology, 51(S1), 69.
The effects of right lateralized cognitive and physiological stress on right brain activation using a dual concurrent task paradigm: A double blind, placebo controlled experiment. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 19(S1), 161. (January)

Dr. Kate Holland
Made the following four poster presentations at conferences in 2014:
"Examining the association between trait anxiety, report of medical issues, and caffeine consumption in undergraduate women: A preliminary analysis."  Poster presented at the 2014 Women’s Health Research Forum, Columbia, SC.
"Sex differences in right hemisphere activation using a dual task paradigm: Women evidence diminished capacity to process physiological and cognitive stress when compared to men."  Poster presented at the 2014 Women’s Health Research Forum, Columbia, SC.
"The effects of caffeine ingestion on right brain activation: Descriptive analyses and a report of preliminary findings."  Poster presented at Discovery Day Annual Conference, Columbia, SC. 
"The effects of right lateralized cognitive and physiological stress on right brain activation using a dual concurrent task paradigm: A double-blind, placebo-controlled study."  Poster presented at South Carolina Psychological Association annual conference, Myrtle Beach, SC
. (January)

Prof. Ann Scott
Was credentialed as a Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) by the National League for Nursing's Academic Nurse Educator Certification program. (January)

Prof. Fran Gardner
Authored the essay for the book Beau Wild: Between the Seen and the Unseen (Florida: HBS Publishing, 2014) (January)

Prof. Kaetrena Davis Kendrick
Published the article,"The experience of Korean academic librarianship: A phenomenological study" in The IFLA Journal 40 (4): 267-279 doi: 10.1177/0340035214543165. This research was funded by a 2013 USCL Research and Productive Scholarship Award. (January)

Prof. Kaetrena Davis Kendrick
Was guest lecturer at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Graduate School of Library and Information Science. Her lecture discussed information seeking behavior theories, qualitative research methods, and their applications to daily academic library practice. (January)

 

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