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Faculty Scholar Of The Year Award, Cedarville University Sep 2022

Faculty Scholar Of The Year Award, Cedarville University

Archives Guides

No abstract provided.


Full-Time Faculty Members, 1953-, Cedarville University Sep 2022

Full-Time Faculty Members, 1953-, Cedarville University

Archives Guides

No abstract provided.


Faculty Member Of The Year Award, Cedarville University Sep 2022

Faculty Member Of The Year Award, Cedarville University

Archives Guides

No abstract provided.


2022-2023 Faculty, Cedarville University Sep 2022

2022-2023 Faculty, Cedarville University

Cedarville University Faculty

No abstract provided.


Scholarship Endowed At Ouachita To Honor David Sharp, Julie Shands, Ouachita News Bureau Sep 2022

Scholarship Endowed At Ouachita To Honor David Sharp, Julie Shands, Ouachita News Bureau

Press Releases

An endowed athletic scholarship has been established at Ouachita Baptist University in honor of David Sharp, the university’s director of athletics, and his more than four decades of service to Ouachita.

“I’m not sure there’s a better feeling than being recognized by your teammates, peers, colleagues, fellow alumni and friends,” said Sharp. “I am so honored that all these people had a part in establishing this endowed scholarship. It’s quite humbling, and it’s good to know that we’ll be able to assist future Ouachita football players in pursuing their dream of playing college football ...


Issues In The Hiring And Tenuring Of Business Faculty Couples: A Survey Of Business Department Chairpersons, Stephen B. Knouse, Larry E. Scheuermann, Sandra B. Scheuermann Aug 2022

Issues In The Hiring And Tenuring Of Business Faculty Couples: A Survey Of Business Department Chairpersons, Stephen B. Knouse, Larry E. Scheuermann, Sandra B. Scheuermann

Southern Business Review

Stephen B. Knouse is Professor of Management and Administrative Studies, Department of Management and Quantitative Methods at the University of Southwestern Louisiana. Larry E. Scheuermann is Professor of Quantitative Methods, Department of Management and Quantitative Methods at the University of Southwestern Louisiana. Sandra B. Scheuermann is an Assistant Professor of Accounting, Department of Accounting and Legal Studies at the University of Southwestern Louisiana.


Transitional Experiences Of Physical Therapy Clinicians To Physical Therapy Faculty Members: A Phenomenological Study, Jessica Jacobs Aug 2022

Transitional Experiences Of Physical Therapy Clinicians To Physical Therapy Faculty Members: A Phenomenological Study, Jessica Jacobs

All Dissertations

In physical therapy education, there is a shortage of physical therapy faculty members. Considering this shortage, it is essential to understand new faculty’s experiences in order to recruit and retain qualified individuals. New faculty are often recruited directly from clinical practice for their expertise but lack training in teaching and learning. Using Schlossberg’s transition therapy as a framework, the lived experiences of physical therapy faculty members’ transition from clinical practice to academia was explored. The purpose of this study was to 1) explore the work-role transition of new faculty members in physical therapy education programs, 2) identify potential ...


Faculty, Ferpa, And Covid-19, Marina Kaplan-Iosim Aug 2022

Faculty, Ferpa, And Covid-19, Marina Kaplan-Iosim

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

This qualitative case study was conducted to understand the experiences of ten faculty participants at a private, not-for-profit, 4-year degree-granting, high research institution located in the Northeast United States, who needed to change from in-person instruction to remote teaching due to COVID-19 during Spring 2020, as they prepared to protect student privacy while teaching online. In addition, this study sought to better understand how faculty were protecting and sharing student data, PII, and other personal information during that time. Data for this study was collected through semi-structured interviews. Narrative methods informed my choice of interviewing because this method provided a ...


Pumphrey To Help Launch Engineering Program At Ouachita, Felley Lawson, Ouachita News Bureau Jul 2022

Pumphrey To Help Launch Engineering Program At Ouachita, Felley Lawson, Ouachita News Bureau

Press Releases

Dr. Norman D. Pumphrey Jr. has been named professor of engineering at Ouachita Baptist University. Pumphrey joins Ouachita faculty in the J.D. Patterson School of Natural Sciences after serving nearly 30 years in the engineering department at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston. He will help launch Ouachita’s new 4-year Bachelor of Science degree pathway in engineering, planned to begin in Fall 2023 pending approval from the university’s institutional accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).

“We’re excited about the addition of Dr. Norm Pumphrey to help jump-start our engineering program, which will have three emphases: general, mechanical ...


Ouachita Awards First Johnny And Susan Wink Scholarship, Julie Shands, Ouachita News Bureau Jul 2022

Ouachita Awards First Johnny And Susan Wink Scholarship, Julie Shands, Ouachita News Bureau

Press Releases

Alex Moore, a junior English and philosophy double major from Gulfport, Miss., was named Ouachita Baptist University’s inaugural Johnny and Susan Wink Scholarship Award winner. He was recognized during an April ceremony in Ouachita’s Young Auditorium.

“He’s been a student of mine in several classes,” said Dr. Johnny Wink, Betty Burton Peck Professor of English and namesake of the award along with his wife, the late Dr. Susan Wink, professor emerita of English. “He’s a splendid fellow and a stellar student. I’m pleased as punch to have him be the first awardee of this scholarship.”


Intentional Mentoring: A Shared Journey Of Discovering And Supporting Diverse Talent In Academia, Barbara Holmes, Kent Willis Jul 2022

Intentional Mentoring: A Shared Journey Of Discovering And Supporting Diverse Talent In Academia, Barbara Holmes, Kent Willis

The Journal of Advancing Education Practice

Thriving in academe for faculty of color is difficult and challenging (Gasman, 2022). Faculty of Color face enormous odds of overcoming barriers such as an unwelcoming culture, isolation, lack of professional support, imposter syndrome and disengagement from the community of scholars. In recognition of these factors, intentional mentoring provides a strategy of support in facilitating successful persistence in the academy.

This autoethnographic paper explores the mentor-mentee relationship of a tenured faculty member whose contributions in mentorship and coaching produced notable professional growth for countless doctoral students and new faculty members. Sharing the experiences of one mentee and mentor may inform ...


Ouachita's Kaneil Purifoy Joins Panel Of Speakers During Ncaa Convention, Julie Shands, Ouachita News Bureau Jul 2022

Ouachita's Kaneil Purifoy Joins Panel Of Speakers During Ncaa Convention, Julie Shands, Ouachita News Bureau

Press Releases

KaNeil Purifoy, university counselor and resident director at Ouachita Baptist University, was a panelist at the 2022 NCAA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. in January. Purifoy was one of four speakers during a panel discussion titled, “Coping With Pandemics: The Effects of Racism and COVID-19 on Student-Athlete Mental Health.” The conversation was hosted by Dr. Brian Hainline, the NCAA’s chief medical officer.

Purifoy spoke to the mental wellness needs of student-athletes as a representative of Division II colleges and universities. His fellow panelists were moderator Dr. Stephany Coakley, senior associate athletics director for mental health, wellness and performance at Temple ...


Ouachita's Dr. Jason Doroga Gives Presentation At University Of Wisconsin-Madison, Felley Lawson, Ouachita News Bureau Jun 2022

Ouachita's Dr. Jason Doroga Gives Presentation At University Of Wisconsin-Madison, Felley Lawson, Ouachita News Bureau

Press Releases

Dr. Jason Doroga, assistant professor of Spanish at Ouachita Baptist University, presented his paper “Negative Analogy: A New Direction for Analogical Change” as part of the Linguistics Friday Seminar Series at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in April. The paper analyzes the cycles of analogy and changing patterns of language use in the speech community, exploring the role of analogy in explaining changes in the form of Spanish-language past participles.


"But I'M Not An Engineer"...Collaboration Between A Librarian And An Upper Division Project-Based Engineering Program, Heidi J. Southworth, Rebecca Bates, Robert Sleezer Jun 2022

"But I'M Not An Engineer"...Collaboration Between A Librarian And An Upper Division Project-Based Engineering Program, Heidi J. Southworth, Rebecca Bates, Robert Sleezer

Library Services Publications

Since 2013, a librarian at Minnesota State University, Mankato has collaborated with faculty and students in an upper division project-based engineering program. While having several years of experience in university libraries plus advanced degrees in history, the librarian had a limited background in science, engineering, and technology, and lacked a formal engineering degree. At first glance, this match may appear to be a recipe for failure. Indeed, in those first few years, the librarian’s angst about the missing engineering degree caused many sleepless nights of worry and concern. However, there came a time when the words “but I am ...


"But I'M Not An Engineer"...Collaboration Between A Librarian And An Upper Division Project-Based Engineering Program, Heidi J. Southworth, Rebecca Bates, Robert Sleezer Jun 2022

"But I'M Not An Engineer"...Collaboration Between A Librarian And An Upper Division Project-Based Engineering Program, Heidi J. Southworth, Rebecca Bates, Robert Sleezer

Library Services Publications

Since 2013, a librarian at Minnesota State University, Mankato has collaborated with faculty and students in an upper division project-based engineering program. While having several years of experience in university libraries plus advanced degrees in history, the librarian had a limited background in science, engineering, and technology, and lacked a formal engineering degree. At first glance, this match may appear to be a recipe for failure. Indeed, in those first few years, the librarian’s angst about the missing engineering degree caused many sleepless nights of worry and concern. However, there came a time when the words “but I am ...


Dr. Kevin C. "Casey" Motl Named Dean Of Ouachita's Sutton School Of Social Sciences, Felley Lawson, Ouachita News Bureau Jun 2022

Dr. Kevin C. "Casey" Motl Named Dean Of Ouachita's Sutton School Of Social Sciences, Felley Lawson, Ouachita News Bureau

Press Releases

Dr. Kevin C. “Casey” Motl has been named dean of the William H. Sutton School of Social Sciences at Ouachita Baptist University. The Sutton School houses Ouachita’s departments of History, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology.


Reviewing Identity In Action: Christian Excellence In All Of Life, Jeffrey K. Voth Jun 2022

Reviewing Identity In Action: Christian Excellence In All Of Life, Jeffrey K. Voth

Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for Christians in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


Postsecondary Students With Disabilities: The History Of Higher Education Legislation, Toby Tomlinson Baker Jun 2022

Postsecondary Students With Disabilities: The History Of Higher Education Legislation, Toby Tomlinson Baker

The Scholarship Without Borders Journal

Legislation for SWDs led to the enrollment of postsecondary students with disabilities (SWDs) in higher education, but it has also created the increased prevalence of dropouts among postsecondary SWDs (NCES, 2020) Although postsecondary disability status has garnered attention, it continues to be neglected as a political need in higher education. Historically, postsecondary students with disabilities were discouraged from attending higher education settings (Madaus & Shaw, 2004). Disability laws were amended decades later, and therefore impacted the progress of students with disabilities. Thus, SWDs did not attend college since there was minimal activism by individuals seeking greater access to colleges and universities ...


Aligning Development With Adjunct Faculty Motivations, Liz Cummins, Angela Atwell Jun 2022

Aligning Development With Adjunct Faculty Motivations, Liz Cummins, Angela Atwell

Publications

Presentation from the International Consortium for Educational Development Conference, Aarhus, Denmark.


Grant Remembered For Dedication To Integrating Academic And Christian Excellence, Felley Lawson, Ouachita News Bureau May 2022

Grant Remembered For Dedication To Integrating Academic And Christian Excellence, Felley Lawson, Ouachita News Bureau

Press Releases

Dr. Daniel R. Grant, president emeritus of Ouachita Baptist University, died Wednesday, May 25. He was 98.

Grant was Ouachita’s 12th president and held the office longer than anyone in the university’s history apart from Dr. J.W. Conger, founding president. Grant’s service to Ouachita was distinguished by his dedication to building a thriving, financially stable learning community in the liberal arts tradition, based on a commitment to rigorous academics and Christian excellence.


Rigsby Chosen To Lead Ouachita's New Criminal Justice Degree Program, Felley Lawson, Ouachita News Bureau May 2022

Rigsby Chosen To Lead Ouachita's New Criminal Justice Degree Program, Felley Lawson, Ouachita News Bureau

Press Releases

Dr. Malcolm L. Rigsby has been named professor of criminology and criminal justice and coordinator of the criminal justice program at Ouachita Baptist University. He brings more than 20 years’ teaching and research experience in higher education to the post, as well as a background in banking, private law practice and private-owned business.


Ouachita Student Achievers Honored During May 5 Ceremony, Felley Lawson, Ouachita News Bureau May 2022

Ouachita Student Achievers Honored During May 5 Ceremony, Felley Lawson, Ouachita News Bureau

Press Releases

Ouachita Baptist University students were honored for scholastic achievement Thursday, May 5, in Jones Performing Arts Center during an academic awards ceremony sponsored by Ouachita’s Student Senate.


Navigating Leadership In Academia Through A Crisis, Domenick J. Pinto Apr 2022

Navigating Leadership In Academia Through A Crisis, Domenick J. Pinto

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

Academic leadership is a fast-paced ever changing entity. When you add an unexpected global pandemic to the mix, it changes academic life beyond anyone's wildest dreams. In this workshop I hope to share how I and my colleagues handled the pandemic and invite the participants to share their experiences. Let's learn from one another!


Investing In Our Faculty: Creative Virtual Recognition Ideas For Leadership, Celine S. Hall, Nikki L. Williams Apr 2022

Investing In Our Faculty: Creative Virtual Recognition Ideas For Leadership, Celine S. Hall, Nikki L. Williams

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

Faculty are one of our greatest assets. Feeling valued and appreciated by leadership and peers help cultivate feelings of belonging and encourage engagement. In this presentation, we will share ways in which leadership recognizes faculty achievements and provide opportunities for peers to do so as well within an online setting.


New Chairs In A World Of Hurt: Using Trauma-Informed Leadership To Guide Communication, Compassion, And Flexibility For Five New Chairs., Lisa Jellum, Christina Wolfe, Jessica Lindberg, Erin Shufro, Josie Baudier, Jayme Wheeler Apr 2022

New Chairs In A World Of Hurt: Using Trauma-Informed Leadership To Guide Communication, Compassion, And Flexibility For Five New Chairs., Lisa Jellum, Christina Wolfe, Jessica Lindberg, Erin Shufro, Josie Baudier, Jayme Wheeler

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

Presenters will discuss their challenges as first-year Chairs facing the multiple academic fires generated by an unprecedented global pandemic. The presenters will detail how using Trauma-Informed Leadership styles allowed them to adjust for the unpredictability of communication from system-level administration, establish relationships with internal stakeholders, and develop trust with faculty as new leaders within the institution.


Addressing The Great Resignation In Higher Education, Jeff Buller Apr 2022

Addressing The Great Resignation In Higher Education, Jeff Buller

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

The expression “the Great Resignation” refers to the trend, largely as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, for employees to quit their jobs either because they’ve found more attractive possibilities or because they’ve decided to retire early. For department chairs, the question often becomes: "I worked so hard to recruit them, now how do I keep them?" In this presentation, we'll explore proven strategies from the moment of hiring onward that can increase the likelihood that chairs will not suffer the worst effects of "the Great Resignation."


More: How To Do More With More In 2022, Harriet E. Watkins, Jacquelyn Cato Apr 2022

More: How To Do More With More In 2022, Harriet E. Watkins, Jacquelyn Cato

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

In 2022 we are dealing with new academic realities. This presentation will investigate current faculty concerns and explore the ways academic coaches assist faculty and put the personal touch in online courses necessary to support and enhance the student experience. Providing the ability to scale and save on instructional costs.


Navigating The Realm Of Faculty Evaluation, Sonal Dekhane, Patrice Bell, Neelam Khan Apr 2022

Navigating The Realm Of Faculty Evaluation, Sonal Dekhane, Patrice Bell, Neelam Khan

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

In this presentation the presenters will discuss annual evaluation process followed at a young, liberal arts institution. Chairs from three different STEM disciplines will provide an overview of the annual evaluation process and share strategies to ensure successful and consistent evaluation in departments of various sizes.


Shared Academic Governance.. A Historical Perspective, Domenick J. Pinto Apr 2022

Shared Academic Governance.. A Historical Perspective, Domenick J. Pinto

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

Shared academic governance is a key to ensuring that faculty and administration can work collaboratively to reach strategic planning outcomes, maintain excellence and show continued growth and collegiality in higher education. This workshop will elaborate on experiences I have had in both a university senate and academic assembly, present scenarios that the group can brainstorm on, and conclude with suggestions on how all faculty can become involved.


Moving The Faculty Diversity Needle: A View From The Trenches, Amanda Bozack, Darryl L. Corey Apr 2022

Moving The Faculty Diversity Needle: A View From The Trenches, Amanda Bozack, Darryl L. Corey

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

Presenters and participants will discuss a real case scenario that brought diversity weaknesses to light in one department and explore diversity-focused strategies that chairs and departments can use to shape departmental culture to yield a more inclusive, diverse candidate pool for faculty searches and hires.