Mr. Vernon Scott, J.D., Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice in the College of Arts and Sciences, proposal for DHS Summer Research Team Program for Minority Serving Institutions was selected to receive a Follow On Funding Award. The award was administered by the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) on behalf of the U.S. […]
Dr. Jennifer Lee, Assistant Professor of Education, in the College of Arts and Sciences at Trinity Washington University, recently published an article, titled ” Enhancing STEM Teaching and Learning at HBCUs: A Focus on Student Learning Outcomes” in the New Directions for Student Services Journal. Dr. Lee draws data on two studies and describes how a […]
Dr. Nicole Betschman, Assistant Professor of Health Services, presented at the “New Year, New You: Your Keys to Aging Well” event sponsored by the Dekalb County Health Department. The event was held on December 13, 2019, at the Lou Walker Senior Center, in Atlanta, GA. The event featured presentations by health experts and government professionals […]
Dr. Rebecca Jeffrey Easby published an article in the Sept/Oct 2019 issue of Fine Arts Connoisseur magazine entitled ” ‘Found at Our Very Door:’ The Landscape Paintings of John Willard Raught.” In addition, Dr. Easby authored an essay in the recently published catalogue for the exhibition “John Willard Raught: Beauty Lies Close at Home” on […]
Students of Dr. Karobi Moitra, Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology, presented at the 2nd Annual dmvCAPS (Greater Washington Area American Physiological Society) Research Conference at George Washington University on November 21.
Dr. Karobi Moitra and Dr. Diana Watts presented at the 2014 Transforming STEM Higher Education Conference in Atlanta, GA, November 6-8. Co-sponsored by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) and Project Kaliedoscope (PKAL), the conference examined innovative teaching strategies, professional development, and the increased need for baccalaureate mastery of complex STEM content, competency and literacy.
Psychology Professors, Dr. Stacey-Ann Baugh and Debbie Van Camp’s article was accepted for publication in the Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality