Dr. Latanya Hammonds-Odie




 

Dr. Latanya Hammonds-Odie, associate professor of biology, co-facilitated a session on “Inclusion and Diversity: The Role of Professional Societies” during the inaugural conference of the Environments and Metrics in Biology Education and Research (EMBER) network.

The EMBER network focuses on expanding an understanding of how to create inclusive, supportive and engaging environments to foster the success of diverse students.

Dr. Lior Burko




 

Dr. Lior Burko, associate professor of physics, was recently selected as the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP) Scholar for 2018-2020.

KITP seeks fundamental knowledge at the frontiers of science and brings together diverse groups of scientists for timely, intellectually provocative inquiries. The purpose of the prestigious program is to support the research of faculty at non-major-research institutions for a period of three years.

Drs. Livinus Uko, James Weisel and Robert Lutz




 

Dr. Livinus Uko, professor of mathematics, Dr. James Weisel, professor of accountancy, and Dr. Robert Lutz, associate professor of information technology, co-authored an article “An Application for Linear Programming in Performance Evaluation”, recently published in Volume 21, Issue 1 of the Academy of Educational Leadership Journal.

Dr. Brett Young




 

Earlier this fall, Dr. Brett Young, assistant professor of management information systems, co-authored and presented a paper titled “Online Community Health Simulation” at the Nineteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems.