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Faculty and Staff Recognition: Fall 2012

Karen Adsit, Dean, Lifelong Learning 2012 Blackboard Exemplary Course Program (ECP) Reviewer 2012 SoTL (Scholarship of Teaching & Learning) Commons Conference Proposal Reviewer Richards, S.M., Adsit, K.I. & Ford, D.M.  (2012).  Integrating inquiry-based field investigations into an environmental science curriculum.  Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science. 87 (2), 105-115 Jooyong Ahn, Professor, Music Conducted oldest western orchestra in China in June, 2012.The Harbin Symphony Orchestra was created by Russians in 1908

Faculty and Staff Recognition: Spring 2012

Mohammad Ahmadi, Guerry Professor, Management Published several articles: “Scheduling Rules for a Small Dynamic Job-shop:  A Simulation Approach” International Journal of Simulation Modelling (Volume 9: Number 4, 2010) Coauthor: Dr. Dileepan. “Quality as a Gap Analysis of College Students’ Expectations” Quality Assurance in Education.  Volume .19, Number 4, 2011)(Co-Authors Jackson and Helms) “Course 360:-Business statistics, an online course”  Cengage Learning (2012.) Nesli Alp, UC Foundation Professor and Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs and

Faculty and Staff Recognition: Winter 2011

Mohammad Ahmadi, Guerry Professor, Management Published  “Scheduling Rules for a Small Dynamic Job-shop:  A Simulation Approach,” International Journal of Simulation Modelling (Volume 9: Number 4: December 2010). “Published Study Guide/Workbook to accompany “Statistics for Business and Economics” 2nd edition. Cengage Learning (2010). Published “Improving the Quality of Higher Education:  Addressing the First Year College Student’s Expectations of a Technology-Enhanced Classroom,” Quality Assurance in Education  (Volume 19: Number 4: 2010). Jooyong Ahn, Professor, Music Premiered

Faculty and Staff Recognition: Fall 2011

Jack Pitkin, Lab Coordinator for Physics, Geology and Astronomy and operations manager of the Jones Observatory Jack Pitkin was asked to conduct informational and educational lessons for the 2011 Challenger Center campers last summer at the Jones Observatory.  The lessons were delivered on schedule, allowing the classes to go smoothly. “We prescribed the when and how long, together with our main camp theme. Jack took care of all the

Faculty and Staff Recognition: Summer 2011

David Aborn, Associate Professor, Biological and Environmental Sciences Two papers published in the Proceedings of the 11th North American Crane Workshop; “Behavior and habitat use of greater Sandhill Cranes wintering in east Tennessee” and “Possible competition between waterfowl and Sandhill Cranes at Hiwassee Wildlife refuge, Tennessee.” Served as Scientific Program Chair for the 12th North American Crane Workshop held in Grand Island, Nebraska in March 2011. Deborah Elwell Arfken,

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