2020 Faculty & Staff Accolades

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2020 Faculty & Staff Accolades


Dr. A. Al-Achi

Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Publications

Journal/Magazine Article

  • Al-Achi A, Kulkarni P (2019) Rheological Measurements of Compounded Emulsions and Suspensions: A Laboratory Exercise to Support Theoretical Learning. J Pharm Pract Pharm Sci 2019(1): 29-33.
  • Antoine Al-Achi (2019) The Student’s t-Test: A Brief Description. Research & Reviews: Journal of Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy;5 (1 ):1-3.
  • Al-Achi A and Kanade AY. Determining Sucrose Concentration in Syrups by Pharmaceutical Methods. Clin Pharmacol Biopharm 2019, 8:1. DOI: 10.4172/2167-065X.1000188
  • Taylor SR, Maybin D, Al-Achi A. Cardiovascular Outcomes in Patients Over 75 Years of Age Taking a Statin for Primary Prevention. J Pharm Pract Pharm Sci 2019;(1): 54-59.
  • Al-Achi A. Lithium as a Dietary Supplement. J Pharm Pract Pharm Sci 2019;1:75-76.
  • Antoine Al-Achi, Tian Xia, and Pratibha Milind Chaudhari. Investigation on Complexation Efficiency of Hp-β-Cd/ Nifedipine Complex: pH Effect. J Pharm Pract Pharm Sci 2019;(1): 77-88.
  • Al-Achi A (2019) Tablets: A Brief Overview. J Pharm Pract Pharm Sci 2019(1): 50-53.
  • Al-Achi A (2019) Psychoactive Botanicals and Their Constituents: A Brief Review. J Pharm Pract Pharm Sci 2019(1): 89-95.

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Brianne S. Raccor, PhD; Isabel Alcala-Maddox; Tristyn Cartrette; Amber K. Hill; Kaitlin Shields; Chantley Thomas; Pius Fasinu, PhD; Antoine Al-Achi, PhD; Dorothea K. Thompson, PhD, JD. Assessment and clinical utility of pharmacogenomic testing by registered pharmacists and other healthcare professionals in North Carolina. The 2019 NCAP Annual Convention; Chicago, Illinois, from Aug. 28-30, 2019 at the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. This poster presentation was also accepted to be presented at the 2019 ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting held in Las Vegas, NV, December 8-12, 2019.

Dr. Connie L. Barnes

Professor and Exec. Vice-Chair, Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Publications

Manuscript

  • Ghassemi E, Fuller S, Cisneros R, Barnes C, McLendon A, and Wilson D. Impact of Social Media Use on Reading Levels in Third-Year Student Pharmacists. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 2019: Sep;11(9):915-919. doi: 10.1016/j.cptl.2019.05.009. Epub 2019 Jun 5.

Dr. Jennifer G. Bashaw

Assistant Professor of New Testament and Christian Ministry,
Department of Christian Studies
College of Arts & Sciences

Publications

  • “Feminist Hermeneutics and American Evangelicalism: Historical roots, contemporary challenges, and homiletical hopes.” Paper presented at the Society of Biblical Literature National Convention (Homiletics and Biblical Studies section)

Book Chapter

  • “A Teaching Travelogue: Women in the Bible and the Church” in Enlighten: Ways of Learning through Theological Field Education (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, in press).

Journal/Magazine Article

  • ‘When Jesus saw her’…: a hermeneutical response to #Metoo and #Churchtoo,” Review and Expositor 117.2 (2020): 1-10.

Dr. Michael L. Babuin

Adjunct Faculty
Adult & Online Education

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Recipient of an Honorarium to attend and present at the 2019 South East Asian Games Sport Scientific Conference – Clark, Philippines November 21-24, 2019. Shared Keynote Address With Professor Oscar Santelices, Chairman Sport Science Department; University of the Philippines, Quezon City. Topic: Psychological Strategies for Performance based Elite Coaching

Dr. Terrie A. Bethea-Hampton

Assistant Professor of Education
School of Education

Presentations

Workshop Presenter

  • Teaching Scholars Leadership Seminars: Beyond Exhibits, Dr. Edward Fubara-Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Queen Anne’s Revenge, Cathy Moore-Wake County Public Schools Superintendent, Lee Anne Daughtry CIA- Johnston County Schools, President B. Creed, and Allison Mozingo-Johnston County Schools Outstanding First Year Teacher. September, 2019-February 2020.
  • Bethea-Hampton, T. “Cultural Competence in the Classroom”. 3rd Annual Student Teacher Boot Camp. Dunn Middle School, January 2020.
  • T. Bethea-Hampton, “Appropriate Use of Technology”. Virtual Reality and 3D for MHPE 510. School of Osteopathic Medicine, Campbell University, October 2019.

Oral Presentation

  • T. Bethea-Hampton, “Digital Literacy within the School Of Education at Campbell University”. North Carolina Association of Colleges and Teacher Education (NCACTE), 2019 Fall Conference.
  • Holder, A., Parker, L., and Bethea-Hampton, T. “”How edTPA Works for Us””. Voices from a Private and Public Institution. 2019 Mid-Atlantic Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • Bethea-Hampton, T. (Presenter & Author), Holder, A. (Presenter & Author), NC Reading Association Conference, “Digital Literacies and Technology Learning: What does incorporating Digital Literacy into lesson planning look like?,” International Literacy Association (ILA), Winston-Salem. (March 24, 2020).
  • Holder, A. and Bethea-Hampton, T. “edTPA from an elementary and K12 perspective”. 2020 National TPA Conference. Austin, Texas 2020.
  • Bethea-Hampton, T. & Johnson-Holder, A. (2020). Google and Other Applications to Support the Dissertation Process. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE).

Speaker

  • Bethea-Hampton, T. “TA to Teachers, Future Educators Seminar”. Campbell University Adult and Online Education, Teacher Assistant to Teacher Online Licensure Initiative, Duplin County Schools, October 2019.

Publications

Online

  • Bethea-Hampton, T., Holder, A. “Google and Other Applications to Support the Dissertation Process.” Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) Conference & The Learning and Technology Library (LearnTechLib). May 2020

Journal/Magazine Article

  • Holder, A., Hampton, T. (2019). Educational Leaders, Professional Learning Communities, and Social Media. Journal of Research Initiatives, 4(3), 11.
  • Holder, A., Bethea-Hampton, T. (2020). Book Review – People Before Things (4th ed., vol. 3, pp. 2). GPH International Journal of Educational Research.

Dr. Riley Bowers

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • Biondi NL, Samiratedu MM, Highsmith E, Rosenblum A, McGrady K, Knepper S, Bowers RD. The Impact of Interprofessional Monitoring and Education on the Usage of Systemic Glucocorticoids in Acute Exacerbations of COPD. Cureus. 2019;11(11):e6224.

Case Report

  • Bowers RD, Valanejad SM, Holombo AA. Mirtazapine-Induced Pancreatitis-A Case Report. J Pharm Pract. 2019;32(5):586-588.

Commentary/Editorial

  • Wickham ML, Bowers RD. Contributing to Curriculum Change with Focus Groups. Pulses. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning Scholarly Blog. April 21, 2020. https://cptlpulses.com/2020/04/21/focus-groups/

Brian Bowman

Instructor, Communication Studies
College of Arts & Sciences

Presentations

Workshop Presenter

  • “You’re On In Three: Managing and Staffing a College Video Platform.” Associated Collegiate Press/College Media Association National College Media Convention, Washington, DC (Nov. 1, 2019).

Oral Presentation

  • Mentored two students who were accepted to present at a regional communication conference:
  • Haynes, J. Expectations vs Reality: Biracial Representation in Media and its Effect on Biracial Identity Development.. Accepted for presentation at the Southern States Communication. Association 90th Annual Conference, Frisco, TX. [Conference cancelled due to COVID-19].
  • Leach, C. (2020, April). Women On-air within the last decade: A comparative study of percentages from 2009-2019. Accepted for presentation at the Southern States Communication. Association 90th Annual Conference, Frisco, TX. [Conference cancelled due to COVID-19].
  • Mentored two students who were accepted to present at the 10th annual Wiggins Memorial Library Academic Symposium: Leach, C. Women On-Air Within the Last Decade: A Comparative Study of Percentages from 2009-2019. [Virtual Presentation due to COVID-19]
  • Haynes, J. Expectations vs. Reality: Biracial Representation in Media and its Effect on Biracial Identity Development. [Virtual Presentation due to COVID-19]”

Publications

Academic Website

  • “Census Hopes to Reverse Decades of Undercounting Youngest Children.” Community Engagement Learning Exchange – UNC-Chapel Hill School of Government. June 5, 2019. Web.

Dr. Chris Breivogel

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • “Cannabis Science: THC, CBD & More” Social Sciences Club meeting, Wake Technical Community College, Raleigh, NC, February 26, 2020
  • “The Science on Cannabis as a Medicine,” Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) of NC State University, May 6, 2020.
  • “CBD, Cure-All or Smoke Screen?” Campbell University Health Sciences Interprofessional Education COMBINE event, Lillington, NC, October 2, 2019.

Editorial work

Peer Reviewer

  • Peer-reviewed manuscript for Applied Cell Biology, February 2020

Grants

Funded Grant

  • Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences Internal Research Grant (IRG) “Determination of the efficacy of novel ligands for GPR6,” funded $4,963, June 2019.

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • “C.S. Breivogel, J.R. Wells, A. Jonas, A.H. Mistry, M.L. Gravley, R.M. Patel, B.E. Whithorn and B.M. Brenseke, “”Comparison of the neurotoxic and seizure-inducing effects of synthetic and endogenous cannabinoids to Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol”” (2020) Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research 5(1): 32-41. DOI: 10.1089/can.2019.0003

Dr. Bonnie Brenseke

Associate Professor and Biomedical Chair of Pathology
Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine

Publications

Manuscript

  • Breivogel, Chris S., Jacob R. Wells, Amreen Jonas, Artik H. Mistry, Morgan L. Gravley, Rajul M. Patel, Brianna E. Whithorn, and Bonnie M. Brenseke. “Comparison of the Neurotoxic and Seizure-Inducing Effects of Synthetic and Endogenous Cannabinoids with Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol.” Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research 5, no. 1 (2020): 32-41.

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Garbar, V., MacKay, A., and Brenseke, B. (May 02, 2019) “Empty sella turcica: case report of a rare condition.” Womack Army Medical Center 12th Annual Research Symposium, Fort Bragg, NC. *1st place winner, Case Reports Category
  • Youman, S., Dang, E., Myers, J., and Brenseke, B. (June 10, 2019) “Use of 3D Printed Models of Bone Tumors to Augment Medical Education” International Association of Medical Science Educators, Roanoke, VA.
  • Sohn, J., Brenseke, B., Reisner, H., Mitchell, T., and Newton, B. (June 10, 2019) “Modern Approach to Medical Education: Collaborative Anatomy-Pathology Project” International Association of Medical Science Educators, Roanoke, VA.

Oral Presentations

  • Behroozi, A., Block, B., Bourget, J., Hanson, M., Brenseke, B., and Green, D. (March 27, 2020) “Case Study of an Anomalous Accessory Muscle of the Posterior Forearm” Wiggins Memorial Library 10th Annual Academic Virtual Symposium, Buies Creek, NC. *High Merit winner, Graduate Oral Presentation
  • Robinson, B., Mitchell, T., and Brenseke, B. (March 27, 2020) “Evaluating the Use of Mixed Reality to Teach Respiratory Anatomy” Wiggins Memorial Library 10th Annual Academic Virtual Symposium, Buies Creek, NC. *Merit winner, Graduate Oral Presentation

Seminar

  • Brenseke, B., & Foster, A. (May 13, 2020). “Tracking Activity Levels in Socially-housed Laboratory Rats using RFID: Applications for Measuring Well-being and Anatomical Adaptations.” Presented at monthly Work in Progress (WiP) Seminar for Campbell University Health Sciences programs.

Dr. K. Paige D. Brown

Assistant Dean of Interprofessional Education;
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Grants

Funded Grant

  • Collins, KD, Olson, S, Stockdale, MR, Brown, KPDB. The Impact of Mental Health First Aid Training on Faculty Perceptions, Competencies, and Helping Behaviors within a Health Sciences Graduate Student Populations. Submitted to NAGAP for 2020 Graduate Education Research Grant (2019-2020). $1000. Grant awarded. Silver Award (Honorable Mention) (2020).

Presentations

Poster Presentations

  • Brown, K. Paige, Vaskalis, M., Poindexter, Lina. IPE Leadership Recognition Program at Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. NEXUS, Minneapolis, MN – August 2019.
  • Minshew, Lana M., Williams, Charlene, Dinkins, Lisa, Haltom, Wesley, Brown, K. Paige D., McLaughlin, Jacqueline E. How may we help you? Experiential education administrators’ solutions to common preceptor and student issue. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Chicago, IL – July 2019.
  • Brown, KPD, Stockdale, M, Bloom, TJ. Comparing Student and Preceptor Perceptions of Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Readiness and Performance. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Chicago, IL – July 2019.

Oral Presentations

  • “Building an Interprofessional Team” Clinical Teaching Conference, Campbell University. September 14, 2019. 1 credit hour of CE.
  • “A Description of an Office of Interprofessional Education for Nine Health Science Programs in a Rural Health Setting” with Maria Vaskalis. NEXUS, Minneapolis, MN, August 19, 2019.
  • “Navigating the Educational Approaches and Assessment for Personal and Professional Development (CAPE Domain 4),” Presented at AACP Annual Meeting on July 2019.

Publications

Manuscript

  • Haltom, WR, Dinkins, MM, Greene, J, Thornhill, TH, Brown, KPD. Perceived Value of Partnership between Schools of Pharmacy and Health Systems. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning; 2019: 11 (6);541-546. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cptl.2019.02.016.”

Dr. James J. Cappola, III

Chair and Associate Professor of Internal Medicine
Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Advised Breanna Lum, MS3 for her poster presentation “Hypercalcemia in a Patient with Small Cell Lung Cancer.”

Adviser for case report

  • Advised Tyler Moore, MS2 for his Case Report, “A Patient Presenting with Multiple Sclerosis Limited to the Spinal Cord.”

Adviser for MSBS Capstone Project

  • Adviser for Steven Douville, MSBS Candidate, Capstone Project,”Leaky Gut Syndrome”
  • Advised Andrew Carter, MSBS Candidate, Capstone Project, “Implications for Genotype Testing in the Clinical Setting.”

Dr. Jenna P. Carpenter

Dean and Professor, Engineering
School of Engineering

Grants

Funded Grant

  • NSF IUSE Grant 1626337, “Professional Development Emphasizing Data-Centered Resources and Pedagogies for Instructors of Undergraduate Introductory Statistics (StatPREP)”, Co-PI, $1,856,724, October 2016 – September 2021.

Presentations

Workshop Presenter

  • E. Goins and J.P. Carpenter, “A Speed Interviewing Marathon for Students,” Mathematical Association of America Mathfest, Cincinnati OH, August 2019
  • J. Carpenter, “Thawing the ‘Chilly Climate’ in Engineering: Best Practices for Supporting Diversity and Inclusion,” Administrators and Leaders Workshop, Lehigh University, December 2019.

Invited Panel Presentation

  • J. Carpenter, L. Freeman, B. Lisitano, A. Lucietto and R. Robertson, “Balancing Your Career and the Care of Elderly or Infirm,” Panel Session, Society of Women Engineers WE 19 Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA, October 2019.

Invited Lecture

  • J. Carpenter, “Top Secret: Women’s Contributions to the History of Computing,” Fem in STEM Lecture, Western Carolina University, February 2020.

Panel Session

  • “The U.N. Sustainable Development Goals and the NAE Grand Challenges,” Panel Session Facilitator, National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenge Scholars Program 2019 Annual Meeting, National Academy of Science, Washington, DC, November 2019.
  • J. Carpenter, “Top Secret: Women’s Contributions to the History of Computing,” TIGERS ADVANCE Distinguished Speaker Series, Clemson University, February 2020.

Webinar

  • J. Carpenter, “Navigating Unconscious Bias in Academia: Strategies for Success,” SWE Advance Webinar, February 2020. Yes, my entry has been reviewed and is free of errors.
  • J. Carpenter, “Navigating Unconscious Bias: Strategies for Success,” PE Institute, National Society of Professional Engineers, April 2020.

Poster Presentation

  • J.P. Carpenter, K. Kozak, D. Kaplan, M. Brilleslyper, R. Levy, “StatPREP: Transforming Intro Stat Using a Data-Centered Approach,” Poster Session, MAA Mathfest, Cincinnati, OH, August 2019.
  • J.P. Carpenter, K Kozak, D, Kaplan, M. Brilleslyper, A. Silva, D. LaLonde, “StatPREP: Data-Centric Resources and Pedagogies for Instructors of Undergraduate Introductory Statistics,” NSE DUE Poster Session, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Denver, CO, January 2020.

Oral Presentation

  • J.P. Carpenter, “Using Coded Messages to Tech One-to-One and Inverse Functions,” MAA General Session on Teaching and Learning Mathematics I, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Denver, CO, January 2020.

Publications

Book Chapter

  • GEDC & IFEES, “Rising to the Top: Global Women Engineering Leaders Share Their Journeys to Professional Success,” IFEES Inc., 2019.

Journal/Magazine Article

  • Carpenter, J.P., “Female Role Models Were In Short Supply” The Bent of Tau Beta Pi, Summer 2019.

Book Review

  • Carpenter, J.P., “Hacking Diversity: The Politics of Inclusion in Open Technology Cultures,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, to appear.

Dr. Tony W. Cartledge

Professor of Old Testament
Divinity School

Publications

Book Review

  • Review of C. John Collins, Reading Genesis Well: Navigating History, Poetry, Science, and Truth in Genesis 1-11, Review & Expositor 116:3 (August 2019) 370-71.
  • Review of Josef Sykora, The Unfavored: Judah and Saul in the Narratives of Genesis and 1 Samuel, Review of Biblical Literature August 2018.

Book

  • Peace Like a River: Biblical Lessons for Seasoned Living, Published by Baptist Aging Ministry of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, March 2020.

Editorial work

Editorial Board

  • Member of the editorial board for the Review & Expositor.
  • Contributing Editor and write a weekly Bible Study and Commentary for the national publication Nurturing Faith Journal and Bible Studies.

Dr. Emily Cayton

Assistant Professor of Education
School of Education

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • “Jones, M. G., Lee, T., Chesnutt, K., Carrier, S., Ennes, M., Cayton, E., Madden, L., Huff, P. (2019) Enclothed cognition: Putting lab coats to the test. International Journal of Science Education. 41(14), 1962-1976, DOI: 10.1080/09500693.2019.1649504
  • “Jones, M. G., Ennes, M., Weedfall, A., Chesnutt, K., Cayton, E. (2020). The development and validation of a measure of science capital, habitus and future science interests. Research in Science Teaching. doi: 10.1007/s11165-020-09916-y
  • Carrier, S.J., Jones, M.G., Ennes, M., Lee, T., Madden, L., Cayton, E. (2020, In Press). Stereotypes of scientists and strategies for teachers. Science Educator. ”

Presentations

Oral Presentations

  • “Ennes, M., Jones, M. G., Cayton, E., Chesnutt, K., Huff, P. (2020, March). Building the cultural wealth of parents to support science career aspirations of youth. Presentation at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Portland, OR. (Accepted, meeting canceled due to Covid-19)
  • Cayton, E. & Jones, M.G. (2019, November). How much does that cost? Strategies for teaching science on a budget. Presentation at North Carolina Science Teachers Association. Winston-Salem, NC.
  • Lee, T., Jones, M.G., Chesnutt, K., Carrier, S., Madden, L., Cayton, E., & Ennes, M. (2019, August). What you wear can make a difference in elementary students’ perceptions of STEM careers. Paper presented at the European Science Education Research Association, Bologna, Italy.
  • Ennes, M., Jones, M. G., Cayton, E. Chesnutt, K., Huff, P., Baird, E. (2019, August). Building science capital and habitus of youth through family STEM programming. Paper at European Science Education Research Association. Bologna, Italy.

Poster Presentation

  • Ennes, M., Jones, M. G., Chesnutt, K., Cayton, E., Childers, G. (2020, April). Identifying hidden capital: Parent and youth perceptions of family science capital. Poster at the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA.
  • Cayton, E. & Jones, M. G. (2019, August). Funding for instructional materials in secondary science classrooms. Poster presented at the European Science Education Research Association, Bologna, Italy.
  • Jones. M. G., Ennes, M., Weedfall, A., Chesnutt, K., Cayton, E. (2019, August). Putting science capital to the test: Validation of an assessment of career aspiration factors. Poster at European Science Education Research Association. Bologna, Italy.

Dr. Sarah M.R. Christie

Associate Professor of Exercise Science
College of Arts & Sciences

Editorial work

Book Reviewer

  • Reviewed: Why Exercise is Essential, by Jeff Schlicht, in preparation for a new edition (Cognella Academic Publishing).

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Christie, S. (2020). LeaderSHIP: Leading Through Rough Waters. Poster presentation accepted for the annual meeting of the National Association of Kinesiology in Higher Education, Palm Spring, CA.

Oral Presentation

  • Garris, M., Reynolds, K., Neubauer, W., Christie, S. (2020). Increased Intraocular Pressure in a Division I Football Player. Poster presentation accepted for the annual meeting of the Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Athletic Training Student Symposium, Atlanta, GA.
  • Oral presentation accepted for the Wiggins Memorial Library Academic Symposium, Buies Creek, NC. Awarded: Undergraduate Oral Presentation – Merit

Dr. April A. Cooper

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Editorial work

Article Reviewer

  • Journal of Pharmacy Practice Reviewer: Pharmacokinetic Considerations in Amputees – 2020

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Malone DS, Cooper A, Cvelich R and Jolly Graham A. Pharmacist impact on error detection and optimization of therapy after hospital discharge to skilled nursing facility through the use of a post-discharge telehealth intervention. Poster. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Meeting 2019 Dec; Las Vegas, NV.
  • Bouldin MG, Hong B, Setji T, Greenlee J, Cooper A, Thompson JA and Capes K. Evaluation of the efficacy and safety of Glucommander in a community hospital setting. Poster. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Meeting 2019 Dec; Las Vegas, NV.
  • Woodfield E, Greenlee J and Cooper A. Improving infusion safety with targeted training. Poster. North Carolina Association of Pharmacists Annual Convention 2019 Sep; Winston-Salem, NC.

Poster Abstract Reviewer

  • American College of Clinical Pharmacy – Poster Abstract Reviewer

Dr. Charlotte Russell Cox

Instructional Technology Specialist
Information Technology Services

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Russell Cox, C. Massive Open Online Course Completion Journeys: A Descriptive Case Study of Self-Efficacy and Self-Determination of Adult Learners. Presentation at the Campbell University Faculty Lightning Talk. Buies Creek, North Carolina, September 24, 2019.

Poster Presentation

  • Russell Cox, C. MOOC Completion Journeys. Poster Presentation at EDUCAUSE Annual Conference. Chicago, Illinois, October 15, 2019.

Dr. Christopher Dague

Adjunct Professor of History and Social Studies Education
Adult & Online Education

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Articles

  • Dague, C. T. (2020). In support of students’ needs: Exploring the benefits of the Inquiry Design Model. Social Education, 84(1), 66-71.
  • Dague, C. T., & Abela, J. K. (2020). Fostering democratic citizenship through discussion pedagogy. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 56(1), 42-46.
  • Abela, J. K., & Dague, C. T. (2020). Integrating transformational leadership to foster collaborative classrooms. Critical Issues in Teacher Education, 27, 52-59.

Book Review

  • Dague, C. T., & Lee, J. K. (2019). Navigating the past in the digital age. Theory and Research in Social Education, 47(4), 615-620.

Book Chapter

  • Davis, H. A., & Dague, C. T. (2019). Teacher-student relationships. In J. Hattie & E. M. Anderman (Eds.), Visible Learning: Guide to Student Achievement. New York: Routledge. ”

Elizabeth J. Dobbins

Reference & Online Instruction Librarian
Wiggins Memorial Library
 

Publications

Book Chapter
  • Bahnaman, S., Dobbins, E., Epps, W. R., Steele, S., & Taxakis, B. (2019). An idea that sells itself: The Framework as a partnership guide and faculty marketing tool. In H. Julien, M. Gross, & D. Latham (Eds.), The information fluency framework: Case-studies of successful implementation (pp. 78-93). Rowman & Littlefield.
Oral Presentation
  • Dobbins, E. (2020, Feb. 21). An engaging, hands-on activity for evaluating sources through problem-based learning [Oral Presentation]. Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA.
  • Dobbins, E. (2019, June 19). How designing for the margins can shape your library’s distance learning program [Oral Presentation]. NCLA Distance Learning Section Meeting, Buies Creek, NC.
  • Dobbins, E. (2019, June 7). An engaging, hands-on activity for evaluating sources through problem-based learning [Oral Presentation]. Innovative Library Classroom, Williamsburg, VA.

Dr. Godwin Y. Dogbey

Biostatistician
Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine

Editorial work

Manuscript Reviewer

  • Reviewed for the following journals: International Journal for Mathematics Education in Science and Technology (iJMEST), Journal of American Osteopathic Association (JAOA), Planning and Changing Journal

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Geist, K., Andary, N., Zoccola, P., Geist, E., Dogbey, G., Williams L.A., Starner, C., & Fry, B. (2019/September 6). The impact of rhythm on caregiver stress and caregiver/infant attachment for at risk families. Podium presentation at the state conference of the Association of Ohio Music Therapists, Quest Conference Center, Columbus, OH, September 5–7, 2019.

Poster Presentations

  • Constantine, D.L., & Dogbey, G.Y. (2019/October 5). Examining a restorative walking program on residents in a rural assisted living facility. Poster presented at the 2019 North Carolina Physical Therapist Association (NCPTA) Fall Conference, Wilmington Convention Center, Wilmington, NC, October 3–5, 2019.
  • Horton, J.A., Townsend, M., Gallogly, H., Murphy-Shaw, A., Dogbey, G., & Hinkelman, A. (2019/August 10). A community-based investigation of vaccine perceptions and hesitancy within a rural community in North Carolina. Poster presented at the North Carolina Society of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (NCS-ACOFP) Conference, Pinehurst Resort, Pinehurst, NC, August 8–11, 2019
  • Gerbrand, K., Dogbey, G.Y., & Newton, B.W. (2019/June 9) The predictive value of affective and cognitive empathy on stability of osteopathic medical student specialty choice. Poster presented at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE). 2019 Annual Meeting, June 8–11, The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, Roanoke, VA.
  • Eldeeb, K., & Dogbey, G.Y. (2019/June 9). Factors Associated with Osteopathic Medical Students’ Academic Performance. Poster presented at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE). 2019 Annual Meeting, June 8–11, The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, Roanoke, VA.

Dr. Richard Drew

Professor of Pharmacy
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Publications

Book Chapters

  • Drew RH. Polyenes for invasive fungal infections. In Ghannoum MA and Perfect JR. Antifungal Therapy. New York, InForma Healthcare, 2nd edition 2019.
  • Drew RH. Pyrimidines. In Ghannoum MA and Perfect JR. Antifungal Therapy. New York, InForma Healthcare, 2nd edition 2019.
  • Drew RH. Novel Methods of Antifungal Drug Delivery. In Ghannoum MA and Perfect JR. Antifungal Therapy. New York, InForma Healthcare, 2nd edition 2019.
  • Drew RH, Townsend M, Pound M, Johnson S. Antifungal Use In Transplant Recipients: Selection, Administration and Monitoring. In Ghannoum MA and Perfect JR. Antifungal Therapy. New York, InForma Healthcare, 2nd edition 2019.

Handbooks/Multimedia

  • Drew RH. Pharmacology of amphotericin B. In: Rose, BD (Ed), UpToDate, Waltham, MA (annual revision published Sep 18, 2019)
  • Drew RH, Perfect JR. Pharmacology of flucytosine. In: Rose, BD (Ed), UpToDate, Waltham, MA (annual revision published Apr 11, 2019).
  • Drew RH. Ethambutol: An overview. In: Rose, BD (Ed), UpToDate, Waltham, MA. (since 2004: annual revision published Apr 22, 2019).
  • Drew RH, Sterling TR. Antituberulous drugs: an overview In: Rose, BD (Ed), UpToDate, Waltham, MA (annual revision published Oct 25, 2019.).
  • Drew RH. Isoniazid: an overview. In: Rose, BD (Ed), UpToDate, Waltham, MA (annual revision published Nov 14, 2019).
  • Drew RH, Sakoulas G. Vancomycin: parenteral dosing, monitoring, and adverse effects in adults In: Rose, BD (Ed), UpToDate, Waltham, MA (annual revision published Sep 18, 2019).
  • Drew RH. Rifamycins (rifampin, rifabutin, rifapentine). In: Rose, BD (Ed), UpToDate, Waltham, MA 2004 (annual revision published Oct 01, 2019).
  • Drew RH. Pyrazinamide: An overview. In: Rose, BD (Ed), UpToDate, Waltham, MA. (annual revision published Sep 19, 2019).

Journal/Magazine Article

  • Hill B, Drew RH, Wilson D. Impact of select risk factors on treatment outcome in adults with candidemia. Pharmacy Practice 2019;17(3):1-5.
  • Laurent D, Drew RH, Wilson W. Developments for the treatment of invasive infections due to multidrug-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii. U Louisville J Resp Infect. 2019;3(2):1-16.
  • Laurent D, Drew RH, Wilson D. Comparison of Initial Vancomycin Costs and Target Attainment Between Trough- and 24-Hour Area Under the Concentration–Time Curve (AUC24)-Guided Dosing. (abstract only). Open Forum Infect Dis. 2019 Oct; 6(Suppl 2): S344.
  • Heil EL, Aitken SL, Nix DE, Drew RH, Rose WE, Davis SL, Justo JA, Fish DN, Pogue JM, on Behalf of the Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists.
  • Insights from the Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists on the Infectious Diseases Society of America Position Paper for Recommended Revisions to the National SEP-1 Sepsis Quality Measure. Pharmacother 2020;40(4):368–371) doi: 10.1002/phar.2384

Abstracts

  • Leonard E, Wren R, Saullo J, Drew R, Sarubbi C. Clinical and economic impact of a ribavirin intervention program in hematopoietic cell and solid organ transplant recipients with respiratory syncytial virus infection. IDWeek 2019. Washington, DC, October 2-6, 2019.
  • Tichy M, Seidelman J, Lewis S, Drew R, Sarubbi C. Continuous vs intermittent intraoperative infusion of cefazolin on surgical site infections and acute kidney injury in patients undergoing cardiac procedures. IDWeek 2019. Washington, DC, October 2-6, 2019.
  • Sheng T, Wijayaratne G, Dabrera T, Nagahawatte A, Bodinayake C, Kurukulasooriya R, Nagaro K, De Silva C, Ranawakaarachchi H, Sudarshana AT, Anderson D, Drew R, Ostbye T, Woods CW, Tillekeratne LG. Skin and soft tissue infections are a common reason for potentially inappropriate antimicrobial use among inpatients in Sri Lanka. IDWeek 2019. Washington, DC, October 2-6, 2019.
  • Laurent D, Wilson D, Drew RH. Comparison of initial vancomycin costs between trough- and area under the time-concentration curve-guided dosing. IDWeek 2019. Washington, DC, October 2-6, 2019.
  • Jenkins ML, Wrenn RH, Adams MB, Drew RH. CustomID Antimicrobial CDS Uptake 2016-2019. 5th Annual Healthcare Innovation and Entrepreneurship Workshop. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, September 23, 2019.
  • Sheng T, Wijayaratne G, Dabrera T, Nagahawatte A, Bodinayake C, Kurukulasooriya R, Nagaro K, De Silva C, Ranawakaarachchi H, Sudarshana AT, Anderson D, Drew R, Ostbye T, Woods CW, Tillekeratne LG. Urinary tract infection is a common reason for inappropriate antimicrobial use among inpatients in Sri Lanka. ASTMH 68th Annual Meeting, National Harbor, Maryland, November 20-24, 2019.

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Update on the Management of Gram-Positive Infections. Presented as ACPE-approved webinar sponsored by DASON. August 1, 2019; August 8, 2019.
  • Overcoming Barriers to Appropriate Antibiotic Use. Presented at the Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Science Lunch and Learn, November 13, 2019.
  • Treatment of COVID-19. Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences Interprofessional Education Webinar. April 16, 2020.
  • Role of the Hospital Laboratory in Antibiotic Stewardship. ACPE-accredited teleconference sponsored by Cardinal Health, June 19, 2019.
  • Educating Healthcare Students and Trainees About Stewardship. Panel discussant at IDWeek2019, Washington DC, October 3, 2019.

Dr. J. Dean Farmer

Chair and Associate Professor, Communication Studies
College of Arts & Sciences

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Cross, A. S., & Farmer, J. D. (2019, September). Prosocial messages in Veggie Tales: A missed (?) opportunity for Entertainment-Education. Paper presented at the annual Carolinas Communication Association Conference, Hilton Head, SC.
  • Bluitt, B. E., & Farmer, J. D. (2019, September). Liberating Structures within a student government organization. Paper presented at the annual Carolinas Communication Association Conference, Hilton Head, SC. [Competitively selected as a Top Faculty Paper]
  • Black, J. E., Bluitt, B. E., Breede, D. C., Brown, J., Davis, C., Dunn, M., Farmer, J. D., Foster, M., Jovanovic, S., Smith, B., & Weinhold, W. (2019, September). Communication activisms and advocacies in the Carolinas: The sustainability of social justice initiatives. Panel presented at the Carolinas Communication Association Conference, Hilton Head, SC.
  • Wilson, C. E., & Farmer, J. D. (2019, November). Lessons learned struggling to identify positive deviants in a rural southern community. Paper presented at the annual National Communication Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Ellis, T. J., & Farmer, J. D. (2019, November). The power of working with one another: Lessons learned in achieving community empowerment through liberating structures. Paper presented at the annual National Communication Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Farmer, J. D. (2020, April). Using romantic comedy to illustrate positive deviance in the undergraduate organizational communication course. Paper presented at the annual Southern States Communication Association Conference, Frisco, TX. [Accepted for presentation; conference cancelled due to COVID-19]
  • Farmer, J. D. (2020, April). Chair, Understanding Our World through Communication (competitive paper session). Presentation scheduled for the Southern States Communication Association, Frisco, TX. [Scheduled; Conference cancelled due to COVID-19]
  • Brown, T., Farmer, J. D., & Scott, M. (2020, January 17). Ohio University COMS (INCO) Doctoral Alumni Spotlight Panel. Ohio University, Athens, OH.

Workshop Presenter

  • Cross, A. S., & Farmer, J. D. (2020, February 4). The key to health: Tools to communicate effectively with patients and colleagues using Liberating Structures. Workshop presented at Interprofessional Education Activity Day, Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Buies Creek, NC

Editorial work

Article Reviewer

  • Journal of Creative Communications, Editorial work Manuscript Reviewer
  • Carolinas Communication Association Conference
  • Theodore Clevenger Undergraduate Honors Conference, Southern States Communication Association

Pro bono presentation design

  • Potter, K. P., & Farmer, J. D. (2019, November). Wins, trends, and frequently asked questions. Education Section, North Carolina Department of Justice. Raleigh, NC: Author.

Dr. Pius Fasinu

Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • Fasinu PS and Rapp GK. Herbal interaction with Chemotherapeutic Drugs – A Focus on Clinically Significant Findings. Frontiers in Oncology, 9:1356.
  • Fasinu PS, Nanayakkara ND, Wang YH, Chaurasiya ND, Herath HB, McChesney JD, Avula B, Khan I, Tekwani BL, Walker LA (2019). Formation primaquine-5, 6-orthoquinone, the putative active and toxic metabolite of primaquine via direct oxidation in human erythrocytes. Malaria Journal. 2019 Dec;18(1):30.
  • Kustos SA, Fasinu PS. Direct-Acting Oral Anticoagulants and Their Reversal Agents – An Update. Medicines. 2019 Dec;6(4):103
  • Sá JM, Kaslow SR, Moraes Barros RR, Brazeau NF, Parobek CM, Tao D, Salzman RE, Gibson TJ, Velmurugan S, Krause MA, Melendez-Muniz V, Kite WA, Han PK, Eastman RT, Kim A, Kessler EG, Abebe Y, James ER, Chakravarty S, Orr-Gonzalez S, Lambert LE, Engels T, Thomas ML, Fasinu PS, Serre D, Gwadz RW, Walker L, DeConti DK, Mu J, Bailey JA, Sim BKL, Hoffman SL, Fay MP, Dinglasan RR, Juliano JJ, Wellems TE. Plasmodium vivax chloroquine resistance links to pvcrt transcription in a genetic cross. Nature Communications. 2019 Sep 20;10(1):1-0.
  • Bello OM, Fasinu PS, Bello OE, Ogbesejana AB, Adetunji CO, Dada AO, Ibitoye OS, Aloko S, Oguntoye OS. Wild vegetable Rumex acetosa Linn.: Its ethnobotany, pharmacology and phytochemistry – A review. South African Journal of Botany. 2019 Sep 1; 125:149-60.
  • Bello OM, Fasinu PS, Ogbesejana AB, Bunmi AJ, Abdulrahman B, Osibemhe M, Stephen OO. Anti-inflammatory activity of extracts of selected West African ethnomedicinal plants. EurAsian Journal of BioSciences. 2019;13:1-9.

Dr. Adam D. Foster

Assistant Professor of Anatomy
Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine

Publications

Abstract

  • Foster AD, Young JW, Block B, Capobianco III F, Peabody JT, Puleo NA, Vegas A. 2020. Shorter heels result in more spring-like behavior of the Achilles tendon in running gaits. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 171:89.

Manuscript

  • Foster AD, Butcher MT, Smith GA, Russo GA, Thalluri R, Young JW. 2019. Ontogeny of effective mechanical advantage in Eastern cottontail rabbits (Sylvilagus floridanus). Journal of Experimental Biology 222:jeb205237.

Editorial work

Manuscript Reviewer

  • Reviewer for the American Journal of Physical Anthropology, the Journal of Applied Sports Sciences, and Revista Brasileira Zootecnia

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Peabody JT, Capobianco III F, Puleo NA, Young JW, Foster AD. 2020. Spring-like behavior of the Achilles tendon and potential links to tendinopathy. XIV Annual Womack Army Medical Research Symposium. *Cancelled due to COVID19

Dr. Kim R. Fowler

Associate Professor of Engineering
School of Engineering

Editorial work

Editor

  • Assistant Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Journal on Miniaturization for Air and Space Systems helping to usher this new journal into a productive publication for the IEEE.

Peer Reviewer

  • Peer reviewer for the IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement and IEEE Systems Journal.

Dr. Jacqueline Gartner

Assistant Professor of Engineering
School of Engineering

Publications

Manuscript

  • Gartner, J.K., Garcia-Perez, M., Van Wie, B.J.; Investigation of Biomass Char Gasification Kinetic Parameters Using a Novel Miniaturized Education System. BioResources, 2019, 14(2), p. 3594-3614.
  • Reynolds, O.; Kaiphanliam, K.M.; Khan, A.I.; Beheshti Pour, N.; Dahlke, K.; Thiessen, D.B.; Gartner, J.B.; Adesope, O.O.; Dutta, P.; Van Wie, B.J. ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. June 15-20, 2019. Nationwide dissemination and critical assessment of low-cost desktop learning modules for engineering: A systematic, supported approach.
  • Khan, A.I.; Kaiphanliam, K.; Thiessen, D.B.; Van Wie, B.J.; Adesope, O.O.; Dutta, P.; Gartner, J.B.; Reynolds, O.; Beheshti Pour, N. ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. June 15-19, 2019. Development of Bloom’s-level graduated instrument for assessing transport concepts in hands-on learning.
  • Kaiphanliam, K.M.; Reynolds, O.; Gartner, J.B.; Adesope, O.O.; Van Wie, B.J.; ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. June 15-19, 2019. Work in Progress: Improving undergraduate engineering education through writing: Implementation in the classroom alongside a hands-on learning pedagogy.

Poster Presentation

  • Rynearson, Anastasia; Miller, Michele; Gartner, J.B; ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. June 15-19, 2019. Need-based scholarship program: Who is applying, who is successful, and who is not applying?

Oral Presentation

  • Gartner, J.B. Implementing a small-scale heat transfer radiative experiment for classroom implementation. American Institute of Chemical Engineering Annual Conference. Nov. 10-14, 2019. Orlando, FL.

Dr. Chris Godwin

Director of Teacher Education
School of Education

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Presentation to the North Carolina Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee, “The Educator Preparation Program at Campbell University”
  • Engel, S., Godwin, C. & Mayakis, C.G. (2019, October). Our Data Process: Perspectives & Processes from a Small Private Institution. 37th Annual North Carolina Teacher Education Forum (NCACTE 2019). Raleigh, NC
  • Association for Advancing Quality in Educator Preparation (AAQEP) Informational Webinar for North Carolina, August 13, 2019. Presentation on AAQEP standards, evidences and processes for national accreditation through AAQEP.

Organizer and Presenter

  • NCACTE Virtual Forum for EPPs: Meeting the Challenges of COVID 19, April 27, 2020. Yes, my entry has been reviewed and is free of errors.

Editorial work

Commission Member

  • Appointment to the North Carolina Principal Fellows and TP3 Commission (2019-2021 Term)

Presentations

Accreditation Proposal Reviewer

  • AAQEP Proposal Review (February, 2020). University of Hawaii at Manoa College of Education.

Peer Reviewer

  • AAQEP Site Team Member (April, 2020). Wagner College Department of Education. Staten Island, NY.

Dr. Sarah K. Goforth

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
College of Arts & Sciences

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Darrigrand, K.G.; Ritz, A.J.; Weinhofer, A.M.; Goess, B.C.; Goforth, S.K. “Microwave-assisted oxidation of silyl ethers into silyl esters.” Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Savannah, GA. October 20-23, 2019.
  • Weinhofer, A.M.; Brown, C.L.; Walker, J.M.; Goess, B.C.; Goforth, S.K. “Mechanism and kinetics studies for the ruthenium-catalyzed oxidation of silyl ethers to silyl esters.” Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Savannah, GA. October 20-23, 2019.

Poster Presentation

  • Walker, J.M.; Weinhofer, A.M.; Goess, B.C.; Goforth, S.K. “Formation and further application of silyl esters in one-pot reactions.” Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Savannah, GA. October 20-23, 2019.
  • Brown, C.L.; Weinhofer, A.M.; Walker, J.M.; Goess, B.C.; Goforth, S.K. “Substrate scope of ruthenium-catalyzed oxidations of primary and secondary silyl ethers.” Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Savannah, GA. October 20 – 23, 2019.
  • Maddaloni, M.; Grigg, K.; Horvath, M.; Goforth, S.K.; Morefield, C. “Developing Pedagogical Laboratory Experiments Illustrating Ceramic Glaze Chemistry.” State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research Symposium. Duke University, Durham, NC. November 23, 2019.

Dr. David J. Green

Associate Professor of Anatomy
Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine

Publications

Journal/Magazine Article

  • “Lague M.R., Chirchir H., Green D.J., Mbua E., Harris J.W.K., Braun D.R., Griffin N.L., Richmond B.G. 2019b. Humeral anatomy of the KNM-ER 47000 upper limb skeleton from Ileret, Kenya: implications for taxonomic identification. Journal of Human Evolution 126: 24-38. www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0047248418302422?via%3Dihub”
  • “Lague M.R., Chirchir H., Green D.J., Mbua E., Harris J.W.K., Braun D.R., Griffin N.L., Richmond B.G. 2019. Cross-sectional properties of the humeral diaphysis of Paranthropus boisei: implications for upper limb function. J. Hum. Evol. 126: 51-70. /www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0047248418301532?via%3Dihub”

Dr. Karen Guzman

Professor of Biology
College of Arts & Sciences

Publications

Abstract

  • Aaron Dobbins, Evan Phillips, Kaylee Russell, Cayla Herm, Karen Guzman (2019) A Physical Model of Mycobacterium tuberculosis MazF-mt6 Illustrates the Catalytic Residues Needed for 23S rRNA Cleavage via a Proton Relay Mechanism. FASEB J, 22 (1) Abstract No. 493.3
  • Abigaile Manzaro, Allison Blanchard, Travon Smith, Taylor Wilkins, Karen Guzman (2020) A Physical Model Overlay of Wild Type Influenza Virus A Neuraminidase and the His274Tyr Mutant Reveals the Basis of Drug Resistance and Catalysis. FASEB J, 34 (S1) https://doi.org/10.1096/fasebj.2020.34.s1.04677

Presentations

Workshop Presenter

  • “Oral and Poster Presentations: How to be Heard”, October 26, 2019, for the Collegiate Academy of the North Carolina Academy of Science Fall Undergraduate Research Workshop at Pfeiffer University, Misenheimer, NC

Editorial work

Textbook Reviewer

  • In June 2019, I was selected as a master reviewer to review 10 chapters of Essential Cell Biology, 5e for the publisher W.W. Norton & Company

Editor

  • Newsletter Editor and Chair of Publications Committee, NC Academy of Science, 2019-2020

Dr. John C. Havran

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
College of Arts & Sciences

Publications

Journal/Magazine Article

  • Swenson, U., J. Christopher Havran, Jerome Munzinger, Stephen Mcloughlin, and Stephan Nylinder. (2019) Metapopulation Vicariance, Age of Island Taxa and Dispersal: A Case Study Using the Pacific Plant Genus Planchonella (Sapotaceae). Systematic Biology, 68:6, 1020-1033. https://doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/syz025

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Havran, J. Christopher, Stephan Nylinder, and Ulf Swenson. (2019). The Hawaiian endemic `Ala`a (Planchonella sandwicensis) represents two distinct taxonomic entities. Hawaii Conservation Conference, Honolulu, HI.
  • Sprinkle, Bryce, Alexander Krings, and J. Christopher Havran. (2020) Digitizing the Raven Rock State Park herbarium (RARO) in central North Carolina. Annual Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists, Jacksonville, FL. [Conference canceled due to COVID-19]

Dr. Ashley J. Holder

Adjunct Professor of Education
School of Education

Publications

Online Publication

  • Bethea-Hampton, T., Holder, A. “Google and Other Applications to Support the Dissertation Process.” Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) Conference & The Learning and Technology Library (LearnTechLib). May 2020

Journal/Magazine Article

  • Holder, A., Bethea-Hampton, T. (2020). Book Review – People Before Things (4th ed., vol. 3, pp. 2). GPH International Journal of Educational Research.

Grants

Funded Grant

  • Holder, A. J. (Principal), “Fayetteville State University Reading Clinic,” Sponsored by Cape Fear Community Foundations, Fayetteville State University, $27,460.00. (November 2019 – December 2020).
  • Anthony, N. A. (Supporting), Shamberger, C. (Principal), Holder, A. (Supporting), Wooten, C. B. (Supporting), “”NC SIP,”” Sponsored by The North Carolina State Improvement Project Improving Instruction for Students with Disabilities, $10,000.00. (November 1, 2019 – April 30, 2020).

Professional Development Grant

  • Holder, A., “Hackley Research Professional Development Grant,” Sponsored by Fayetteville State University, (March, 2020 – March, 2021).

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Johnson-Holder, A. & Bethea-Hampton, T., (2020). People Before Things. Association for Supporting Computer Users in Education (ASCUE).
  • Bethea-Hampton, T. & Johnson-Holder, A. (2020). Google and Other Applications to Support the Dissertation Process. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE). Yes, my entry has been reviewed and is free of errors.
  • Mills, B. S., Holder, A., Hackley Research Series- Spring 2020, “”Student Perceptions of Shifting Student Teaching Seminar to Distance Learning,”” Fayetteville State University, (April 22, 2020).
  • Holder, A., Fecher, P., Sellers, H., NC Reading Association Conference, “”””What is Disciplinary Literacy and Why Should I Care?”,”” International Literacy Association (ILA), Winston-Salem. (March 24, 2020).
  • Bethea-Hampton, T., Holder, A., NC Reading Association Conference, “”Digital Literacies and Technology Learning: What does incorporating Digital Literacy into lesson planning look like?” International Literacy Association (ILA), Winston-Salem. (March 24, 2020).
  • Holder, A., “”Achieving the Balance,”” Fayetteville State University. (November 18, 2019).
  • Holder, A., edTPA Workshop, “”edTPA Workshop,”” Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville State University. (October 29, 2019).
  • Holder, A., The Praxis Case Power Up Workshops, “”Power Up on Reading,”” The College of Education Advisement and Recruitment Center, Fayetteville State University. (October 26, 2019).
  • Holder, A. (Presenter & Author), Smith, J. (Presenter & Author), Monasia, L. (Presenter & Author), Cousin, A. (Presenter & Author), Purnell, C. (Presenter & Author), Education Extravaganza, “”Educational Games & Applications for Today’s Learners (ELA),”” Methodist University Teacher Education Program, Methodist University. (October 19, 2019).
  • Holder, A. (Presenter & Author), Damon, S. (Presenter & Author), McArthur, L. (Presenter & Author), Vargas, A. (Presenter & Author), High, M. (Author Only), Education Extravaganza, “”Educational Games & Applications for Today’s Learners (Mathematics),”” Methodist University Teacher Education Program, Methodist University. (October 19, 2019).
  • Johnson-Holder, A. & Bethea-Hampton, T., (2020). People Before Things. Association for Supporting Computer Users in Education (ASCUE).
  • Holder, A., Parker, L., and Bethea-Hampton, T. “”How edTPA Works for Us””. Voices from a Private and Public Institution. 2019 Mid-Atlantic Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • Holder, A. and Bethea-Hampton, T. “”edTPA from an elementary and K12 perspective””. 2020 National TPA Conference. Austin, Texas 2020.
  • “Mattingly, A. & Johnson-Holder, A. (August 2019). The Social and Emotional Aspects of MTSS: Trauma-Sensitive Approaches in the Classroom. Presentation to teachers of Sampson County School System, Newton Grove, N.C.
  • Holder, A., Parker, L., and Bethea-Hampton, T. “”How edTPA Works for Us””. Voices from a Private and Public Institution. 2019 Mid-Atlantic Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • Johnson-Holder, A. & Bethea-Hampton, T., (2020). People Before Things. Association for Supporting Computer Users in Education (ASCUE).
  • Mattingly, A. & Johnson-Holder, A. (September 13). A Deep Dive into Generational Learners and Strategies to Capture Their Interests. Presentation at Fayetteville Technical Community College, Fayetteville, N.C.
  • Johnson-Holder, A. & Mattingly, A. (October 16). Increasing Student Engagement. Presentation at Fayetteville Technical Community College, Fayetteville, N.C.
  • Mattingly, A. & Johnson-Holder, A., (January 7). Beyond Job Prep. Presentation at Fayetteville Technical Community College, Fayetteville, N.C.
  • Johnson-Holder, A. & Mattingly, A., (February 20 & 21). Moving Beyond the 3 Rs (reading, writing, and arithmetic) to focus on the 4th R. Presentation at Fayetteville Technical Community College, Fayetteville, N.C.

Editorial work

Peer Reviewer

  • Association Supporting Computer Users in Education (ASCUE) (2018-2020)

Article Reviewer

  • Journal of Research Initiatives. (October 2016 – Present).
  • International Journal of Educational Research (May 2020 – Present)

Dr. Melissa A. Holland

Associate Professor of Clinical Research
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Publications

Commentary/Editorial

  • Jiroutek MR, Al-Achi AL, Carter CA, Gal P, Herring C, Holland M, Olsen A, Peek B. Moving Pharmacy Beyond “P<.05”. J Am Coll Clin Pharm 2020;3:676-677.

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Murphy K, McLendon A, Wilson D, Fuller S, Holland M, Nye AM. Effect of a Pharmacist-Led, Patient-Focused Initiative on Deprescribing Over-The-Counter (OTC) Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) and First-Generation Antihistamines (AHs) in Geriatric Patients. APhA Annual Meeting, Virtual, 2020.
  • Mesdaq H, Tutterow B, Jiroutek M, Holland M. Association of Socioeconomic Factors and Inflammation in Pregnant Women. 54th ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, Las Vegas, NV 2019.
  • Charles D, Carpenter S, Gidron M, Jiroutek M, Holland M. Association of Comorbid Chronic Diseases and a Diagnosis of Depression in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. 54th ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, Las Vegas, NV 2019.
  • Lucas E, Greene A, Jiroutek M, Holland M. An Analysis of Herpes Zoster Prevalence and Associated Predictors Utilizing the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey: 2006-2015. 54th ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, Las Vegas, NV 2019.
  • Lucas E, Greene A, Jiroutek M, Holland M. An Analysis of Herpes Zoster Prevalence and Associated Predictors Utilizing the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey: 2006-2015. NCAP Annual Convention, Winston Salem, NC 2019.
  • Charles D, Carpenter S, Gidron M, Jiroutek M, Holland M. Association of Comorbid Chronic Diseases and a Diagnosis of Depression in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. NCAP Annual Convention, Winston Salem, NC 2019.
  • Charles D, Carpenter S, Gidron M, Jiroutek M, Holland M. Association of Comorbid Chronic Diseases and a Diagnosis of Depression in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. SNAPhA Regional Conference, Region 1 & 2, Washington DC, February 2019. 2nd Place SNAPhA Regional Conference, Region 1 & 2

Proffered Virtual Oral Presentation

  • Linne, CaSondra. Vaccine Hesitancy: Parents Who Perceive their Child as Vulnerable, Less Likely to Vaccinate their Child. Wiggins Memorial Library Academic Symposium, 2020. Co-Advisors-Holland M & van Tilburg M.

Editorial work

Abstract Reviewer

  • Abstract Reviewer, American College of Clinical Pharmacy

Dr. Stephen P. Holly

Associate Professor of Biochemistry
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • Holly, S.P., Nidhi Gera, Putianqi Wang, Alexander Wilson, Ziqiang Guan, Ling Lin, Brian Cooley, Hammodah R. Alfar, Ruchi G. Patil, Raymond Piatt, Tina M Leisner, Wolfgang Bergmeier, Rinku Majumder, Leslie V. Parise. Blood Adv. 2019 Nov 26;3(22):3818-3828. doi: 10.1182/bloodadvances.2018030767.
  • Elsherif L, Sciaky N, Metts CA, Modasshir M, Rekleitis I, Burris CA, Walker JA, Ramadan N, Leisner TL, Holly SP, Cowles M, Ataga KI, Cooper JN and Parise LV. Machine Learning to Quantitate Neutrophil NETosis. Sci Rep. 2019 Nov 15;9(1):16891. doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-53202-5.

Editorial work

Grant Reviewer

  • “Grant reviewer for NHLBI Special Emphasis Panel – Catalyze: Product Definition for Small Molecules and Biologics – Target Identification and Validation, and Preliminary Product/Lead Series Identification, (SRO Melissa Nagelin, PhD), Bethesda Marriott Suites, Bethesda, MD, March 9, 2020
  • Grant reviewer for NHLBI Mentored Transition to Independence (MTI) Review Committee, (SRO Giuseppe Pintucci, PhD), William F. Bolger Center, Potomac, MD, June 10 -12, 2020 and November 7 – 8, 2019

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Nikhil Rangholia and Stephen Holly. “Apoptosis and PKC Signaling in CMK11-5 Cells”, 10th Annual Wiggins Memorial Library Academic Symposium, Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC: March 18, 2020
  • Grace Han and Stephen Holly. “Determination of the mechanism of action of synthetic cannabinoids (sCB) in human platelets”, 10th Annual Wiggins Memorial Library Academic Symposium, Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC: March 18, 2020

Fine Arts Exhibition (Conductor, Soloist, Art Exhibition, Theatre)

  • Performed in Mary Poppins musical at Harnett Regional Theater (HRT), 2.28.20 – 3.01.20, 3.06.20 – 3.08.20 as “Von Hussler”

Oral Presentation

  • Stephen P. Holly, “Impact of Synthetic Cannabinoids on Human Platelet Function”, CPHS Faculty/Staff Meeting, Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC, December 6, 2019
  • Stephen P. Holly, “Synthetic Cannabinoids Inhibit Human Platelet Function Ex Vivo”, Faculty Works in Progress (WIP) Seminar, Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC, October 9, 2019

Maggie L. Horvath

Assistant Professor of Fine Arts
College of Arts & Sciences

Presentations

Fine Arts Exhibition (Conductor, Soloist, Art Exhibition, Theatre)

  • Maggie Horvath had 2 mugs accepted in a national artists call and juried into the Dirty South Cup Competition at the River Oaks Square Arts Center in Louisiana.

Dr. Venancio René Ibarra

Associate Professor of Spanish
College of Arts & Sciences

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • “Leadership and World Language Education: Empowering Students.” At Foreign Languages Association of North Carolina in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, October 25-26, 2019.
  • “Empowering Students: Leaders in the Foreign Language Classroom.” American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages in Washington D.C., November 21-24, 2019.
  • “Language learning and Leadership in Advanced Latin American Courses.” At Northeast Modern Languages Association in Boston Massachusetts, March 5-8, 2020.

Grants

Professional Development Grant

  • The Professional Development Grant allowed me to take a workshop titled “Transitioning to Teaching Language Online”, at the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA) at the University of Minnesota this summer 2020. I learned new strategies on how to teach a language online, and how to enhance the learning experience of my face-to-face students using technology in and outside the classroom.

Dr. Lloyd Johnson

Professor of History
College of Arts & Sciences

Publications

Book Review

  • Published “The Consequences of Loyalism: Essays in Honor of Robert M. Calhoun,” Edited by Rebecca Brannon and Joseph S. Moore. (Columbia, University of South Carolina Press, 2019, in ” the North Carolina Historical Review, vol. XCVI, Number 4, October 2019, pp. 433-434.
  • Forthcoming in the “Journal of Southern History,” Reviewed, “Rob Christianson’s, “The Rise and Fall of the Branchead Boys: North Carolina’s Scott Family and the Era of Progressive Politics,” Chapel Hill, UNC Press, 2019.

Journal/Magazine Article

  • Publication forthcoming in the South Carolina “Carologue:” “David R. Coker and the Von Engleken Affair in World War I South Carolina, 1917-1920.” Yes, my entry has been reviewed and is free of errors.

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Presented a talk on “The Highland Scots of North Carolina,” to the Sampson County Genealogical Society on Saturday, October 11, 2019 in Clinton, North Carolina.

Editorial work

Reader

  • Served as an Advanced Placement Reader for the Advanced Placement US History exam for the twentieth consecutive year for the Educational Testing Service College Board held in Louisville, Kentucky, June 2-11, 2019.

Dr. Steven W. Johnson

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • Johnson SW, Brown SV, Priest DH. Effectiveness of oral vancomycin for prevention of healthcare facility-onset Clostridiodes difficile infection in targeted patients during systemic antibiotic exposure. Clin Infect Dis. 2019 Sept 27. (Epub ahead of print).
  • Tilton C, Johnson SW. Development of a risk prediction model for hospital-onset Clostridium difficile infection in patients receiving systemic antibiotics. Am J Infect Control. 47(2019):280-284.

Abstract

  • Johnson SW, Brown SV, Priest DH. Effectiveness of oral vancomycin for prevention of healthcare facility-onset Clostridiodes difficile infection in targeted patients during systemic antibiotic exposure. (Abstract). ACCP Annual Meeting, New York, NY, October 2019.
  • Johnson SW, Brown SV, Priest DH. Effectiveness of oral vancomycin for prevention of healthcare facility-onset Clostridiodes difficile infection in targeted patients during systemic antibiotic exposure. (Abstract). ID Week, Washington DC, MD, October 2019.

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • “Update on Antiretrovirals” SRAHEC Roundtable discussion (ACPE accredited: 1 hour of CE) Fayetteville, NC, October 2019.
  • “Updates on the Management of HIV/AIDS” SRAHEC Webinar (ACPE accredited: 3 hours of CE), June 2019.
  • “COVID-19 Treatment and Trials” IPE Virtual Forum (ACPE accredited: 1 hour of CE), 05/2020.

Dr. W. Glenn Jonas

Charles Howard Professor of Religion and Associate Dean
College of Arts & Sciences

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • “Two Roads Diverged: The Civil Rights Movement Comes to FBC Raleigh,” Baptist History and Heritage 54 (Summer 2019): 41-51.

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • “Two Roads Diverged: The Civil Rights Movement Comes to FBC Raleigh” Presented as the Keynote Address at the spring meeting of the National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion/Baptist History and Heritage Society at FBC Raleigh, May 21, 2019.
  • Panel Discussion of Crawford Howell Toy: The Man, the Scholar, the Teacher: A ‘Frank and Somewhat Full’ Account. This was presented as part of a panel discussion on this new biography at the spring meeting of the National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion meeting, Raleigh, NC, May 22, 2019.

Publications

Book Review

  • “Review of Baptists and the Holy Spirit: The Contested History with Holiness-Pentecostal-Charismatic Movements, by C. Douglas Weaver, Choice Review of Books, (February 2020).”

Dr. Haydn Tiago Jones

Associate Professor and Chair of Dept. of Foreign languages
College of Arts & Sciences

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Read paper entitled: “Polarization Leads to Inertia: How We Can Address the Ongoing issues Surrounding the US Mexico Border When We Stop Shrieking at Each Other.” Paper presented at the 31st annual conference of AAPLAC (Association of Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean) February 19-22, 2020. Hosted by the Universidad de Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico.

Dr. Victoria Kaprielian

Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Medical Education
Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine

Editorial work

Manuscript Reviewer

  • Manuscript reviewer for Family Medicine and the Journal of Graduate Medical Education.

Peer Reviewer

  • Peer Reviewer of Medical Education session proposals for Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting.

Yen-Ping Kuo

Assistant Dean/ Chair and Professor of Microbiology and Immunology
Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Khalil Eldeeb, Yen-Ping Kuo, Zachary T. Vaskalis, and Godwin Y. Dogbey (2020) Assessment of Learning Approaches Utilized by Osteopathic Medical Students FASEB J., 34, S1; Supplement: Experimental Biology 2020 Meeting Abstracts

Dr. Patrick J. Larkin

Associate Professor of Finance
Lundy-Fetterman School of Business

Publications

Manuscript

  • An Excel-Based Game for Introductory Finance Courses, Patrick J. Larkin, forthcoming in the 2020 Proceedings of the Academy of Finance.

Dr. Laura Lunsford

Professor and Chair, Psychology
School of Education

Grants

  • Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award (Germany)
  • Awarded the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to Germany for 2020-21 for the project “Effective Mentorship Processes & Education in the Global Talent Mentoring Hub”.

Professional Development Grant

  • Lunsford, L. (2020). Attend the European Mentoring & Coaching Council Conference. Funded $2,500. Yes, my entry has been reviewed and is free of errors.

Unfunded Grant Submission

  • Baker, V. & Lunsford, L.G. Onboarding at Mid-Career: A Higher Education-Industry Partnership to Develop Organizational Leaders. Spencer Foundation. $262,000, 50% effort. Under review.

Publications

Book Chapter

  • Lunsford, L. (2019). Mapping your mentoring network. In V. Baker (Ed). Charting your path to full: A guide for women associate professors. Rutgers University Press.

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Lunsford, L.G. (May 5, 2020).“Through the Mentoring Looking Glass: Effective Graduate Supervision.” Keynote, Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning Conference. Calgary, Canada. Delayed due to COVID19.
  • Lunsford, L. (2019, October 22). Science of Effective Mentorship Education. Presented at the Mentoring Institute, Albuquerque, NM.
  • Lunsford, L. (2019, July 27). I Do (NOT) Want a Mentor. Presented at the 23rd Biennial World Congress for Gifted and Talented, Nashville, TN.
  • Lunsford, L. (2019, March). The Science of Effective Mentorship. Presented at the International Mentoring Conference, Gainesville, FL.
  • Lunsford, L. (2020, June 3). Mentoring & Coaching Women. Presentation at the European Mentoring & Coaching Council. Paris, France. Accepted but not presented.

Workshop Presenter

  • Lunsford, L. (2019, October 25). Managing and evaluating mentoring programs. Workshop presented at the Mentoring Institute, Albuquerque, NM.

Editorial work

Editorial Board

  • Assistant Editor and Reviewer, International Journal of Coaching and Mentoring.

Manuscript Reviewer

  • Reviewer, CBE-Life Sciences Education.
  • Ad Hoc Reviewer for Journal of Healthcare Leadership, Annals of NY Academy of Science, and the National Science Foundation.
  • Co-author of Effective Mentorship in STEMM (2019). Report and Online Guide. National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine.

Lillian MacNell

Assistant Professor of Public Health
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Publications

Book Review

  • MacNell, Lillian. Review of “Hunger in the Land of Plenty: A Critical Look at Food Insecurity.” Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews 49(3):310-311.

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • DeMaster, Kathryn Teigen, James LaChance, Sarah Bowen, and Lillian MacNell. 2019. “Terroir in Transition: Environmental Change in the Wisconsin Artisanal Cheese and New England Oyster Sectors.” Sustainability 11(10):2629.

Book Chapter

  • MacNell, Lillian. “Researching Environmental Problems.” Ch. 8 in Social Problems in Action, edited by M. Trautner, K. Korgen, and M. Atkinson, SAGE.

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Taste and Waste: Elementary and Middle School Children’s Experiences with School Lunch in Wake County, NC, Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York, NY, August 2019
  • Role-playing Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People as a Teaching Tool for Environmental Sociology and Public Health, Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York, NY, August 2019

Dr. Timothy J. Marks

Assistant Research Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Publications

Dissertation

  • Marks, Timothy J. Development of a Genetic Toolbox for Geobacillus kaustophilus using Novel Bacteriophages GBK1 and GBK2. 2020. North Carolina State University, PhD Dissertation.

Dr. James I. Martin, Sr.

Professor of History
College of Arts & Sciences

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • “Jewish Settlers of Eastern North Carolina” – Duplin County Historical Society, Rose Hill, NC – August 2019
  • “Jewish Houses of Worship in North Carolina” – Historical Society of North Carolina Meeting, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC – October 2019

Dr. Amy W. Mattingly

Assistant Professor of Education
School of Education

Grants

Summer Research Grant

  • Investigating the Effect of Reading Course Changes on Student Pass Rates of Reading Foundation Licensure Exam, Campbell University 2020 Summer Research Grant ($2500 Awarded)

Presentations

Workshop Presenter

  • Johnson-Holder, A. & Mattingly, A. (February 2020). Moving Beyond the 3 Rs to Focus on the 4th R (Relationships). Presentation to faculty of Fayetteville Technical Community College, Fayetteville, N.C.
  • Mattingly, A. & Johnson-Holder, A. (January 2020). Beyond Job Prep: Infusing 21st Century Skills into Instruction. Presentation to faculty of Fayetteville Technical Community College, Fayetteville, N.C.
  • Johnson-Holder, A. & Mattingly, A. (October 2019). Increasing Student Engagement.Presentation to faculty of Fayetteville Technical Community, Fayetteville, N.C.
  • Mattingly, A. & Johnson-Holder, A. (September 2019). A Deep Dive into Generational Learners and Strategies to Capture their Interests. Presentation at Fayetteville Technical Community College, Fayetteville, N.C.
  • Mattingly, A. & Johnson-Holder, A. (August 2019). The Social and Emotional Aspects of MTSS: Trauma-Sensitive Approaches in the Classroom. Presentation to teachers of Sampson County School System, Newton Grove, N.C.

Dr. D. Byron May

Professor of Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Editorial work

Peer Reviewer

  • Peer reviewer for the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education

Dr. Bruce McNair

Associate Professor of History
College of Arts & Sciences

Publications

Book

  • Cristoforo Landino: His Works and Thought. Medieval and Renaissance Authors and Texts, volume 21. Leiden and New York: Brill, 2019.

Editorial work

Manuscript Reviewer

  • Referred article submissions for the scholarly journal Religions.

Dr. Salvatore R. Mercogliano

Associate Professor of History
College of Arts & Sciences

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Articles

  • “To Be a Modern Maritime Power,” United States Naval Institute Proceedings {August 2019)

Book Chapters

  • “The Fourth Arm of Defense,” in Daybook (Hampton Roads Naval Museum, October 2019)
  • “A Century of the Jones Act,” in Sea History 169 (Winter 2019-2020)
  • “Suppose There Was a War and the Merchant Marine Didn’t Come,”” in United States Naval Institute Proceedings (January 2020). 2nd Prize in the Chief of Naval Operations Naval History Essay Contest 2020″

Editorial

Commentary

  • “New Hospital Ships are Needed,” in United States Naval Institute Proceedings (May 2020)

Adjudicator

  • Member of the Lyman Book Award Committee for the North American Society for Oceanic History

Peer Reviewer

  • Gerald Fitzgerald,” New York Harbor and the Vicious Circle of the Winter of 1917-1918,” Acadia, Spring 2020, no. 17.

Editorial Board

  • Editorial Board of Sea History Magazine of the National Maritime Historical Society

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • “Sealift: The Evolution of American Military Sea Strategy,” as part of the Shifley Lecture Series at the United States Naval Academy Museum on October 17, 2019.
  • “Delivering the Goods: The American Merchant Marine in the Second World War,”” to the American Merchant Marine Veterans 34th National Convention in Lithicum Heights, Maryland (March 27, 2020) [Cancelled due to COVID-19]
  • “The Transition from Sea Transportation to Sealift,” Society of Military History Annual Conference in Alexandria, Virginia (May 3, 2020) [Cancelled due to COVID-19]
  • “American Naval Expeditionary Logistics – Learning on the Fly,” to the North American Society for Oceanic History in Pensacola, Florida (May 14, 2020) [Cancelled due to COVID-19]
  • “Suppose There Was a War and the Merchant Marine Didn’t Come?” to the Department of Defense Science Board Summer Study (April 13, 2020).

Dr. John C. Mero

Associate Professor of Political Science
College of Arts & Sciences

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • “Does the Sequence of Reentry Services Impact Client Success? A Case Study of a North Carolina Reentry Program,” co-authored with Dr. Catherine B. Cowling. Presented at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, the Roosevelt Hotel, New York, NY, August 9-11, 2019.

Dr. Michele Miller

Professor of Engineering
School of Engineering

Presentations

Poster Presentations

  • Miller, M. (2019, June), Board 98: Lessons Learned from an Integrated Class-Lab Approach to a Mechanics of Materials Course Paper presented at 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition , Tampa, Florida. https://peer.asee.org/32473
  • Rynearson, A. M., & Miller, M., & Gartner, J. B. (2019, June), Board 58: Need-based Scholarship Program: Who is Applying, Who is Successful, and Who is Not Applying? Paper presented at 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition , Tampa, Florida. https://peer.asee.org/32381

Dr. Christopher Moore

Adjunct Online Instructor of Religion
Adult & Online Education

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • “Till Rebellion Be Cast Down’: Baptist Identity and Historical Memory in the Works of Union Chaplain, Frederic Denison,” Baptist History and Heritage Society, Raleigh, NC: May 20-22, 2019.

Publications

Book

  • “Apostle of the Lost Cause: J. William Jones, Baptists, and the Development of Confederate Memory. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2019.

Book Reviews

  • Review of Order and Ardor: The Revival Spirituality of Oliver Hart and the Regular Baptists in Eighteenth-Century South Carolina, Eric C. Smith, in Baptist History and Heritage Journal 54, 3 (Fall 2019).
  • Review of A Cloud of Witnesses from the Heart of the City: First Presbyterian Church, Raleigh, 1816-2016, W. Glenn Jonas, Jr., in Reading Religion, November 14, 2019.

Commentary/Editorial


Dr. Kristen Moran

Assistant Professor of Counseling
School of Education

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • “Bryant, J. & Moran, K. (in press). Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs): Implications for counselors. Wisconsin Counseling Journal.”

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • “Barrow, J., Blount, T. & Moran, K. (2020, February). SOS – Supervising our School Counselors.Presentation at the North Carolina Counselors Association Conference, Charlotte, NC. In Absentia.”

Editorial work

Editorial Board

  • Counselor Education and Supervision
  • Professional School Counseling

Dr. Shahriar Mostashari

Associate Dean and professor of Business
Lundy-Fetterman School of Business

Grants

Professional Development Grant

  • “Campbell University Faculty Development & Research Summer Grant: How to best devise and promote the Live Case Seminar class among Business School students “A Pragmatic Approach.” Live Case and Learning Transfer

Funded Grant

  • North Carolina Small Business and Technology Development Center (NCSBTDC) Faculty Liaison Grant: Served as faculty adviser to four Business School undergraduate students who won the first place award among 17 teams from colleges and universities in the U.S. and one from Mexico in the NASBITE International 2019 Student Case Competition.

Dr. Justin J. Nelson

Assistant Professor of Sociology
School of Education

Presentations

Oral Presentations

  • Pieper, C. M. & Nelson, J.J. (2019, October). Maladies of Infinite Aspiration: Anomigenesis and the Internet. Annual meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association (SSSA), San Diego, CA.
  • Alleman, N. F., Cliburn Allen, C. E., and Nelson, J. J. (2020, April). Faculty Denied Tenure: Internalization, Resistance, and the Power of Structural Stigma. Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Francisco, CA. Meeting canceled.

Dr. Ryan Andrew Newson

Assistant Professor, Theology and Ethics
College of Arts & Sciences

Publications

Book

  • Cut in Stone: Confederate Monuments and Theological Disruption. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2020.

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • “The Promise and Temptation of Covenant Ethics,” Perspectives in Religious Studies 46:1 (Spring 2019): 79-94.

Book Review

  • Review of Luke Bretherton, Christ and the Common Life: Political Theology and the Case for Democracy. Reading Religion, July 15, 2020.

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • “Formed at the Border of Encounter: Toward an Ecclesiology of Discerning Receptivity”; The Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion, Athens, GA; February 29, 2020.
  • “Concrete Christlikeness and the Limits of Civility”; The Society of Christian Ethics, Washington, DC; January 11, 2020.
  • “Palliative and Apocalyptic Monuments: Theologically Assessing Confederate Statues”; National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion, Raleigh, NC; May 22, 2019.

Dr. Bruce Newton

Professor and Chair of Anatomy
Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Articles

  • Nguyen, V.P. and B.W. Newton. (2019) Anecdote or Reality: Are People from the South and/or Rural Areas of the USA More Empathetic? Medical Science Educator, 29(1):277-284. doi: 10.1007/s40670-019-00693-6
  • Newton, B.W. (2019) A simple and effective way to teach the clinical importance of the perineal body. Human Anatomy and Physiology Society Educator 23(3): 502-505. https://doi.org/10.21692/haps.2019.025
  • Garbar, V. and B.W. Newton (2019) Anatomy, Abdomen and Pelvis, Falciform Ligament. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2019. PMID 30969680

Abstracts

  • Gerbrand, K., Dogbey, G.Y. and Newton, B.W. (2019) The predictive value of affective and cognitive empathy on stability of osteopathic medical student specialty choice. 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators. 2019 Annual Meeting, Roanoke, VA.
  • Newton, B.W. (2019) A simple, effective way to demonstrate the clinical importance of the perineal body. 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators. 2019 Annual Meeting, Roanoke, VA.
  • Sohn, J., Brenseke, B., Reisner, H., Mitchell, T. and Newton, B.W. (2019) A modern approach to medical education: collaborative anatomy-pathology project. 23rd Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators.

Editorial work

Editorial Board

  • Section Editor for “Empathy in Medicine”, Journal of the American Osteopathic Association.

Research Coordinator

  • Member of Research Coordinating Committee and Empathy Project Coordinator at CUSOM for the AOA/AACOM nationwide study: Project on Osteopathic Medical Education and Empathy (POMEE). Both Phase I and Phase II

Alumni Board Member

  • Elected to a three-year term as a Board Member of the Slippery Rock University Alumni Association (SRUAA), 7/2019 – 6/2021

Manuscript Reviewer

  • “Journal of the American Osteopathic Association Medical Science Educator”

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Seminar, Topic: Neural Basis of Empathy/Changes in Osteopathic Empathy, Anatomy and Cell Biology Dept., Medical College of Georgia, Athens, GA

Poster Presentation

  • Sarah Thread, Morgan Eudy, Monica Drummond, Bonnie Brenseke and Bruce Newton. “Case Study in Heart Failure Pathology.” Delivered at Wiggins Memorial Library Symposium.

Dr. Nur Onvural

Professor of Management
Adult & Online Education

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Onvural, N. and Hollar, D., “On the opportunities of the Internet of Medical Things for rural health communities”, poster presentation at the APHA 2019 annual meetings, Nov. 2-5, 2019, Philadelphia, PA.

Lucas Osborn

Professor of Law
Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law

Publications

Book Chapter

  • “Trademark Protection for Digital Goods,” book chapter in “RESEARCH HANDBOOK ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES”, (with Mark McKenna), Edward Elgar (2020).

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Presenter, American Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., January 4, 2020 (topic: New Voices in IP Scholarship).
  • Presenter and Panel Organizer, Michael Best Technology Symposium, J.B. Duke Hotel, Durham, NC, Nov. 7, 2019 (topic: Additive Manufacturing and Intellectual Property).

Workshop Presenter

  • Presenter, Intellectual Property Scholars Conference, DePaul College of Law, Aug. 9, 2019 (topic: Digital Design Patents)

Publications

Journal/Magazine Article

  • Published article in Law360 titled “3D Printing As Indirect Patent Infringement Amid COVID-19,” March 20, 2020 (available at https://www.law360.com/ip/articles/1255547)
  • Published Guest Post on the leading patent blog “PatentlyO.com ”, March 19, 2020: 3D Printing, Patent Infringement, and the Coronavirus (available at https://patentlyo.com/patent/2020/03/printing-infringement-coronavirus.html).

Raluca Papadima

Assistant Professor of Law
Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • Raluca Papadima, “The Uncertain Fate of Asymmetrical Dispute Resolution Clauses in Arbitration Around the Globe: To Be or Not To Be (Symmetrical)”, forthcoming in Mississippi Law Journal, Peer Review Forum, vol. 90. Paper accepted in March 2020. Following a Peer Review Author Colloquium (workshop with Faculty from the Mississippi University) during the summer, the paper is expected to be published by December 2020.
  • Raluca Papadima, “Asymmetrical Arbitration Clauses: Global Overview”, Romanian Arbitration Journal (published and indexed by Wolters Kluwer), vol. 51, issue 4 (2019), pp. 37-72, ISSN 1842-6859. Paper published in December 2019.”

Dr. Alison Polasik

Associate Professor of Engineering
School of Engineering

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • A. Polasik and A. Rynearson, “Interactive And Collaborative Materials Science And Processing Course With Integrated Lab” presented to American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference, Tampa, FL, USA, June 18, 2020.

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • A. Rynearson, A. Polasik, “Interactive and Collaborative Materials Science and Processing Course with Integrated Lab” Proceedings of the 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition. 2019. (Peer Reviewed)

Dr. Melanie W. Pound

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Pound MW and Thornhill TH. Development of a longitudinal personal & professional development course series (Poster Presentation); American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL; July 13, 2019.

Oral Presentations

  • Pound MW. Presented New Drug Update: 2019 CE through an ASHP Webinar. November 14, 2019. Target audience: pharmacy technicians.
  • Pound MW. Presented Overview of Type 2 Diabetes Medications CE through an ASHP Webinar. March 12, 2020. Target audience: pharmacy technicians.

Editorial work

Manuscript Reviewer

  • Reviewer for American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. Reviewed “Using ‘best worst choice’ methodology to prioritize pharmacy practice skills teaching during curricular reform”.

Publications

Abstract

  • Carroll D, Pound MW, Nye AM. Efficient Peer Review of Student Pharmacists Via ExamSoft. Accepted for Poster Presentation at ExamSoft Assessment Conference 2020. Yes, my entry has been reviewed and is free of errors.

Dr. Victor M. Pulgar

Associate Professor of Pharmacology
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Editorial work

Editor

  • Guest Associate Editor in Frontiers in Neuroengineering
  • Guest Associate Editor in Frontiers in Neuroscience – Neural Technology
  • Review Editor in Neural Technology

Publications

Book Chapter(s)

  • Pulgar VM. Transcytosis to Cross the Blood Brain Barrier, New Advancements and Challenges. In Opris I., Lebedev M, Vidu R, Pulgar VM, Enachescu M, Casanova MF. Eds (2020) Nanotechnologies in Neuroscience and Neuroengineering. pag 285. Lausanne: Frontiers Media SA. doi: 10.3389/978-2-88963-675-4.

Manuscript Reviewer

  • Angiotensin II, Dopamine and Nitric Oxide. An asymmetrical neurovisceral interaction between brain and plasma to regulate blood pressure Manuscript ID: Neuro2019020 AIMS Neuroscience
  • Reductions of circulating nitric oxide cause hypertension during pregnancy and increase activity of matrix metalloproteinases-2 and -9. Manuscript ID: cells-522945 Cells
  • The brand scandal spillover effect to the country level: evidence from event-related potentials. Manuscript ID: 464133 Frontiers in Neuroscience – Neural Technology
  • Correlation between Muscle structure and inherit electrical properties in Tibialis Anterior of Subacute Stroke Survivors. Manuscript ID: 474242 Frontiers in Neuroscience – Neural Technology
  • Early impact of moderate preterm birth on the structure, function and gene expression of conduit arteries. Manuscript ID: H-00361-2019 AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology
  • Evaluation of Electrical Activity of the Tibialis Anterior Muscle and Balance in Individuals with Hemiparesis Stemming from a Stroke Submitted to Central and Peripheral Stimulation – Protocol for a Randomized, Double-Blind, Clinical Trial. Ms_JAMMR_50902. Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research
  • Hypoalbuminemia as a risk factor for preeclampsia in the pregnant hypertensive population. Pilot study. JH-D-19-00625. Journal of Hypertension
  • In Vitro Effect of Nerve Growth Factor on the Main Traits of Rabbit Sperm. RBEJ-D-19-00305. Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology
  • High-Frequency Repetitive Magnetic Stimulation mediates autophagy flux in human bone mesenchymal stromal cells via NMDAR–Ca2+–ERK–mTOR Signaling Pathway. Manuscript ID 485533. Frontiers in Neuroscience
  • Mechanisms of collagen crosslinking in diabetes and keratoconus. Manuscript ID: cells-604928 Cells
  • Endovascular treatment of large and giant vertebrobasilar aneurysms: Pipeline embolization device versus conventional stent. Manuscript ID: 490041 Frontiers in Neuroscience, section Neural Technology
  • Plasma cell leukaemia: a case report and review of literature. Manuscript AHCRR-19-137_FA Archives of Hematology Case Reports & Reviews
  • Levels of complement components during pregnancy in patients with preeclampsia: a prospective study. Manuscript ID JH-D-19-00917. Journal of Hypertension
  • Preterm birth increases vascular stiffness and alters nitric oxide-derived vascular mechanisms in adult guinea pigs. Manuscript ID H-00645-2019. AJP-Heart and Circulatory Physiology
  • Suitability of Thrombolysis for Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke Complicated with Trousseau Syndrome. Manuscript 504521. Frontiers in Neuroscience
  • Neuromodulation of the Pineal Gland via Electrical Stimulation of its Sympathetic Innervation Pathway. Manuscript 500195. Frontiers in Neuroscience
  • A comprehensive approach into effects of green tea and its active constituents on polycystic ovary syndrome: A systematic review. Manuscript RBEJ-D-19-00386. Reproductive Biology & Endocrinology
  • A treatment option for symptomatic chronic complete internal carotid artery occlusionhybrid surgery. Manuscript 511171. Frontiers in Neuroscience
  • Protective effects of icariin on nicotine-induced reproductive toxicity in male mouse. Manuscript RBEJ-D-19-00455. Reproductive Biology & Endocrinology
  • Cross-circulation thrombectomy through posterior communicating artery for acute middle cerebral artery occlusion using SWIM technique: a case report. Manuscript 522793. Frontiers in Neuroscience
  • Decreased placental FPR2 in early pregnancies that later developed small-for-gestation age: a potential role of FPR2 in the regulation of epithelial-mesenchymal transition. Manuscript ID: cells-743142. Cells
  • Differential role of Smad2 and Smad3 in endovascular trophoblast differentiation and preeclampsia. JH-D-20-00122. Journal of Hypertension
  • Efficacy of Pulsed Radiofrequency to Cervical Nerve Root for Postherpetic Neuralgia in Upper Extremity. Manuscript ID 510257. Frontiers in Neuroscience
  • Human placental extract attenuates neurological symptoms in the experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis model of multiple sclerosis through modulating the serum levels of IL-23 and IL-27 and enhancing neuroprotection and myelin repair. MOLE-D-20-00388. Molecular Biology Reports
  • Epigenetic features of human perinatal stem cells unveil a novel stemness capacity. Manuscript ID: cells-778079 Cells
  • BETA: A large benchmark database toward SSVEP-BCI application. Manuscript ID 544547. Frontiers in Neuroscience
  • A network pharmacology approach combined with animal experiment to investigate the blood enriching effect of Gei Herba. Manuscript ID BMS-CCHTS-2020-29. Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughput Screening
  • Diazeniumdiolates: Pharmacological effect, mechanism and application prospect of a nitric oxide donor compound. Manuscript ID BMS-CPD-2020-141. Current Pharmaceutical Design
  • Investigation of potential leads from Liquorice against SARS-CoV-2 Main Protease using molecular docking simulation studies. Manuscript ID BMS-CCHTS-2020-108. Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughout Screening

Abstract

  • Eldeeb, K., Yen-Ping, K., Vaskalis, Z.T., & Dogbey, G.Y. (2020/April 18). Assessment approaches utilized by osteopathic medical students. The FASEB Journal, 34 (S1), (Supplement: Experimental Biology 2020 Meeting).

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • Pulgar VM, Yasuda M, Gan L, Desnick RJ, Bonkovsky HL. Sex differences in vascular reactivity in mesenteric arteries from a mouse model of acute intermittent porphyria. Mol Genet Metab. 2019 Nov;128(3):376-381. doi: 10.1016/j.ymgme.2019.01.005. PMID: 30639047
  • Pulgar VM. Transcytosis to Cross the Blood Brain Barrier, New Advancements and Challenges. Front Neurosci. 2019 12:1019. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2018.01019. PMID: 3068698

Commentary/Editorial

  • Pulgar VM. Neurovascular effects of perivascular adipose tissue. Regulation of sympathetic-sensory communication. Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology 2020 75(1):18-20.
  • Editorial: Nanotechnologies in Neuroscience and Neuroengineering. Opris I, Lebedev MA, Pulgar VM, Vidu R, Enachescu M, Casanova MF. Front Neurosci. 2020 Feb 12;14:33. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2020.00033. eCollection 2020. PMID: 32116495

Book

  • Opris I., Lebedev M., Vidu R., Pulgar VM., Enachescu M., Casanova MF., eds. (2020). Nanotechnologies in Neuroscience and Neuroengineering. Lausanne: Frontiers Media SA. doi: 10.3389/978-2-88963-675-4

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Chaudhari P, Yasuda M, Bonkovsky H, Pulgar VM. Vascular effects of intermediates of the heme biosynthetic pathway. 9th Annual Wiggins Memorial Library Academic Symposium, Campbell University. March 20, 2019.
  • Pulgar VM, Chaudhari P, Yasuda M, Gan L, Desnick RJ, Bonkovsky HL. 5-aminolevulinic acid induces a pro-contractile effect on mesenteric arteries in a mouse model of acute intermittent porphyria. International Congress on Porphyrins and Porphyrias 2019, University of Milan September 8-11, 2019.

Oral Presentation

  • Yamaleyeva LM, Elsangeedy E, Willey J, Pulgar VM. Simulated microgravity induces sex differences in aortic stiffness in middle aged rats. 35th Annual Meeting American Society for Gravitational & Space Research November 20-23 2019, Denver CO.

Dr. Elizabeth L. Rambo

Associate Professor of English
College of Arts & Sciences

Editorial Work

Editorial Board

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • The Pack Survives: Spiral Structure and Paradox in Game of Thrones.” PCAS (Popular Culture Association in the South) Conference. Wilmington, NC. 26-28 September 2019.
  • Accidental Medievalist: Dorothy Dunnett’s King Hereafter.” Roundtable: Medievalists’ Medievalisms. SEMA (Southeastern Medieval Association) Annual Conference. UNC-Greensboro, NC. 14-16 November 2019.

Dr. Howard M. Reisner

Professor of Pathology
Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine

Publications

Book

  • Pathology: A Modern Case Study second edition Howard M. Reisner editor and author Lange Mcgraw Hill 2020
  • Crowley’s An Introduction to Human Disease Emily G Reisner Howard M. Reisner 11th edition Jones & Bartlett Learning, to be released Fall 2020

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Dr. Evan W. Reynolds

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
College of Arts & Sciences

Editorial work

Article Reviewer

  • Reviewed an article for the journal ChemBioChem

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Darrigrand, K.G.; Robbins, P.W.; Reynolds, E.W.; “Enzymatic dynamic kinetic resolution for the stereoselective synthesis of alpha-hydroxyketones,” 71st Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Savannah, GA, October 20-23, 2019

Oral Presentation

  • Robbins, P.W.; Darrigrand, K.G.; Reynolds, E.W. “Stereoselective synthesis of non-natural products by thiamine diphosphate-dependent enzymes,” State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium, Durham, NC, November 23, 2019

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • Schwochert, T.D.; Cruz, C.L.; Watters, J.W.; Reynolds, E.W.; Nicewicz, D.A.; Brustad, E.M. Design and Evaluation of Artificial Hybrid Photoredox Biocatalysts. ChemBioChem, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1002/cbic.202000362

Alexia K. Riggs

Dean of the Library
Wiggins Memorial Library

Presentations

Workshop Presenter

  • Human-Centered Design and Problem Solving: An Introduction,” NCICU Library Director’s Meeting December 18, 2019
  • “Problem Solving by Design: An Introduction to Design Thinking,” NC Live Hands-On Workshop, December 13, 2019
  • “Creating a Toolkit and an Interview Guide for Career Change,” NC Live Regional Workshop, November 15, 2019″

Oral Presentation

  • “Librarians and their Role as Collaborator with Student Success and Teaching Faculty” NC Live Annual Conference May 18

Workshop Presenter

  • COVID-19 Forum for North Carolina Library Leadership” NC Live Leadership Workshop Online May 15

Dr. Nicole C. Rushing

Assistant Professor of Psychology
School of Education

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Rushing, N., & Van Allen, K. (2020, January 3-6). Let’s get critical: Psychology-based critical thinking assessment [Poster presentation]. 42nd Annual National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology, St. Pete Beach, FL.

Dr. Anastasia Rynearson

Assistant Professor of Engineering
School of Engineering

Grants

Funded Grant

  • NSF (DUE: 1915574): Purdue University: “Curriculum, Culture, and Pedagogical Innovation”, ($2,504,959.00 overall, $98,428.00 Campbell portion)

Editorial work

Peer Reviewer

  • Reviewer for the Journal of Engineering Education

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • Yeter, I. H., & Rynearson, A. M., & Ehsan, H., & Rehmat, A. P., & Dasgupta, A., & Fagundes, B., & Menekse, M., & Cardella, M. E. (2019, June), Design and Implementation of Data Collection in a Large-Scale, Multi-Year Pre-College Engineering Study: A Retrospective Paper presented at 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Tampa, Florida. https://peer.asee.org/32596
  • Yeter, I. H., & Rynearson, A. M., & Ehsan, H., & Rehmat, A. P., & Dasgupta, A., & Fagundes, B., & Menekse, M., & Cardella, M. E. (2019, June), Design and Implementation of Data Collection in a Large-Scale, Multi-Year Pre-College Engineering Study: A Retro
  • Rynearson, A. M., & Miller, M., & Gartner, J. B. (2019, June), Board 58: Need-based Scholarship Program: Who is Applying, Who is Successful, and Who is Not Applying? Paper presented at 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Tampa, Florida. https://peer.asee.org/32381
  • Rynearson, A. M., & Polasik, A. K. (2019, June), Interactive and Collaborative Materials Science and Processing Course with Integrated Lab Paper presented at 2019 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Tampa, Florida. https://peer.asee.org/33001

Grants

Grant Reviewer

  • Reviewer for the National Science Foundation Department of Undergraduate Education (NSF:DUE)

Dr. Lee Rynearson

Assistant Professor of Engineering
School of Engineering

Grants

Funded Grant

  • NC Space Grant Team Competition Award, $5750, for NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge Team at Campbell University

Presentations

Workshop Presenter

  • Co-facilitator, National Effective Teaching Institute I, January 3rd-5th 2020, San Diego, CA

Dr. Jan Lee E. Santos

Adjunct Professor, Healthcare Management
Adult & Online Education

Publications

Manuscript

  • “Increasing Hepatitis C Screening in a Federally Qualified Health Center: A Quality Improvement Initiative”. Klein M, Harrington B, East J, Cunningham J, Ifill N and JL Santos. American Journal of Healthcare Quality. JHQ-D-20-00068. Accepted for publication May 2020.

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • Increasing Diabetic Foot Exams Performed at Prospect Hill Community Health Center. Danielle Davari and Jan Lee Santos MD, MHA. UNC Quality Improvement Dinner. Friday Center, Chapel Hill, NC. Mar 2020.
  • Incorporating Behavioral Health and Nutritionist Visits into Care for Diabetic Patients with Hb A1C >9% via Phone Outreach. Connor Belson, Jan Lee Santos, MD MHA, Alice Blake, Charlotte Zuber, Gregory Wheatley, Misty Drake. UNC Quality Improvement Dinner, Friday Center, Chapel Hill, NC. Mar 2020.
  • Improving Postnatal Depression Screening at Newborn, 2, 4, and 6 Month Well Child Checks using the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale. Hannah Boutros, Kelli Klinc, Rupal Yu MD, MPH, Miranda Schartz, Jennifer Cunningham and Jan Lee Santos MD, MHA. UNC Quality Improvement Dinner, Friday Center, Chapel Hill, NC. Mar 2020
  • Increasing Early Interventions (Medical Nutrition or Metformin) in Prediabetic Patients at the Burlington Community Health Center (BCHC). Matthew Fordham, Emily Headrick, NP. Adrian Mancheno, MD. Greg Wheatley, RD. Jan Lee Santos, MD MHA. UNC Quality Improvement Dinner. Friday Center, Chapel Hill, NC. Mar 2020

Workshop Presenter

  • Decreasing physician burden and burnout in a federal qualified health center by promoting team-based care. Santos JL. Association of Clinicians for the Underserved 2020 Annual Conference. Washington DC. Jul 2020.

Dr. Charles J. Smutny III, DO, FAAO

Assistant Professor Osteopathic Medicine
Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine

Publications

Case Report

  • “Integrating Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment and Injections in the Diagnosis and Management of a Hip Labral Tear. Laura L. Snyder, OMS, IV; Shaun C. Knox, DO, PharmD; Charles J. Smutny, DO, FAAO
  • The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, June 2020, Vol. 120, 421-424. doi: 10.7556/jaoa.2020.065

Dr. Jaclyn Stanke

Associate Professor of History
College of Arts & Sciences

Editorial work

Manuscript Reviewer

  • Manuscript reviewer for “Investigating Press Coverage of Protest Songs during the 2003 Iraq War,” for SAGE Open, summer 2019.

Dr. Pamela J. Strickland

Associate Professor of Accounting
Lundy-Fetterman School of Business

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Why do Auditors Fail to Identify Fraud? An Exploration. American Accounting Association annual meeting. San Francisco, CA., August 12, 2019

Editorial work

Editorial Board

  • Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting

Peer Reviewer

  • Peer reviewed articles for the Government and Nonprofit Accounting section of the American Accounting Association
  • Peer reviewed an article for the Forensic Accounting section of the American Accounting Association

Manuscript Reviewer

“Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting Group Decision and Negotiation”

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • Kleinman, G., P. Strickland, A. Anadarajan. (2020). Why do Auditors Fail to Identify Fraud? An Exploration. Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, 12(2).

Brooke J. Taxakis

Reference / Instruction Librarian
Wiggins Library

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Dobbins, E. & Taxakis, B. “Looking for a mind at work: An engaging, hands-on activity for evaluating sources through problem-based learning” at The Innovative Library Classroom Conference, in Williamsburg, VA June 6-7 2019.
  • Dobbins, E. & Taxakis, B. “An Engaging Hands-on activity for evaluating sources through problem based learning” at Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah GA, Feb. 20-22, 2020

Dr. Dorothea K. Thompson

Associate Professor of Medical Microbiology & Immunology
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Editorial work

Peer Reviewer

  • Peer reviewer for manuscripts to Infection, Disease & Health and Biotechnology & Bioengineering

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • Ahiawodzi, P. D., I. Okafor, S. Chandler, K. Kelly, and D. K. Thompson (2020) Indwelling medical device use and sepsis risk at a health professional shortage area hospital: Possible interaction with length of hospitalization. American Journal of Infection Control. doi: 10.1016/j.ajic.2020.02.014. [Epub ahead of print].

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Ahiawodzi, P., I. Okafor, S. Chandler, K. Kelly, and D. Thompson (2019) Indwelling Medical Device Use and Sepsis Risk in a Rural Inpatient Setting: Possible Interaction with Length of Hospitalization. Oral presentation at the 147th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, November 2-6, 2019, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Abstract #446516, Session 5016.0: Health Services Epidemiology.

Poster Presentation

  • Raccor, B.S., I. Alcala-Maddox, T. Cartrette, A.K. Hill, K. Shields, C. Thomas, P. Fasinu, A. Al-Achi, and D.K. Thompson (2019) Assessment and Clinical Utility of Pharmacogenomics Testing by Registered Pharmacists and Other Healthcare Practitioners in North Carolina. Poster presentation at the 2019 North Carolina Association of Pharmacists (NCAP) Annual Convention, September 27, 2019, Winston-Salem, NC.

Grants

Funded Grant

  • Antibiotic Resistance in an Emerging Opportunistic Pathogen: Bioinformatic and Functional Characterization of β-Lactamases in Cedecea neteri. Dorothea K. Thompson (Role: PI) and Stephen M. Sharkady (Co-PI), $5,000 total, Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences Internal Research Grant Program (2019-2020).

Dr. David L. Tolentino

Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs
Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine

Publications

Book Chapter

  • Co-authored a chapter in Exploring the Opportunities and Challenges of Medical Students, Chapter 2. Experiential Research and Scholarly Programs for Medical Students: Short-Term Paradigms, Jespersen E, ed., 2019

Dr. Sherry R. Truffin

Professor of English
College of Arts & Sciences

Publications

Conference Proceedings

  • Truffin, Sherry R. “Schoolhouse Gothic: Unsafe Spaces in American Fiction.” Everything is a Story: Creative Interactions in Anglo-American Studies, edited by Maria Antónia Lima, APEAA (Portuguese Association for Anglo-American Studies), 2019, p. 77-95.

Editorial work

Academic Advisor

  • “Joyce Carol Oates: 1938-,” Short Story Criticism, Vol. 273, edited by Catherine C. DiMercurio, Gale, 2019, pp. 1-153.

Dr. Miranda A.L. van Tilburg

Associate Professor of Clinical Research
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Editorial Work

Editorial Board

Guest Editor

  • Children – Special issue on psychogastroenterology (https://www.mdpi.com/journal/children/special_issues/psychogastroenterology)
  • Guest Editor for Journal of Psychosomatic Research – special issues (https://www.journals.elsevier.com/journal-of-psychosomatic-research/call-for-papers/special-issue-on-psychogastroenterology)

Manuscript Reviewer

  • Therapeutic Advances in Gastroenterology
  • Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology
  • The clinical Journal of Pain
  • Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
  • Journal of Psychosomatic Research
  • Journal of Pediatrics
  • Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings
  • Journal of Pain
  • Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition
  • BMC Pediatrics

Peer Reviewer

  • Reviewer for the Canadian Pain Society Early Career Investigator Pain Research Grants Competition
  • Reviewer and co-chair of the American Gastroenterology Association Psychogastroenterology review committee, Digestive Disease Week 2020
  • Grant Reviewer for the North American Society of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition

Grants

Funded Grant

  • K23 DK120928 (Hollier), 4/18/19-2/29/24. A new paradigm for treating Functional Abdominal Pain disorders in children Role: Mentor
  • Renal Research Institute (Ferris), 1/1/19-12/31/19. The ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences and Social Determinants of Health) Study in Patients with Pediatric onset CKD Study. Role: Co-Investigator
  • R01 NR016786 01A1 (Shulman/Levy), 6/1/18-05/31/23. NINR. Do biomarkers predict response to a pediatric chronic pain symptom management program? Role: Co-investigator

Presentations

Media

Poster Presentation

  • van Tilburg, M.A., Burr, R., Heitkemper, M., Romano, J., Shulman, R.J., Levy, R.L. Hyperactivity and Aggression are Associated with Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction in Children with Functional Abdominal Pain Disorders. Accepted for poster presentation at Digestive Disease Week May 2020, Chicago IL (cancelled due to COVID19).
  • van Tilburg, M., Burr, R., Heitkemper, M., Romano, J., Shulman, R.J., Levy, R.L. (2020) Sleep Parasomnias are Associated with Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction in Children with Functional Abdominal Pain Disorders. Accepted for poster presentation at Digestive Disease Week May 2020, Chicago IL (cancelled due to COVID19)
  • van Tilburg, M.A., Burr, R., Heitkemper, M., Romano, J., Shulman, R.J., Levy, R.L. Hyperactivity and Aggression are Associated with Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction in Children with Functional Abdominal Pain Disorders. Accepted for poster presentation at 6th World Conference for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, June 2020, Denmark (cancelled due to COVID19).
  • van Tilburg, M., Burr, R., Heitkemper, M., Romano, J., Shulman, R.J., Levy, R.L. (2020) Sleep Parasomnias are Associated with Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction in Children with Functional Abdominal Pain Disorders. Accepted for poster presentation at 6th World Conference for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, June 2020, Denmark (cancelled due to COVID19).
  • Faldowski, R., Hart, L., van Tilburg, M.A.L. Hooper, Campbell, R., Cejas, D., Rak, E., Ferris, M. (2019). Theoretical and Psychometric Considerations in Developing Health Care Transition Readiness Measures: Lessons from the Field, 11th Annual Healthcare Transition Research Consortium Research Symposium meeting, October 23th 2019, Houston, Texas.
  • Muthukkumar, R., Faldowski, R., Ferris, A., Ferris, M., Girdwood, T., van Tilburg, M. (2019). Is parental disease threat a barrier to developing health care transition readiness in youth? 11th Annual Healthcare Transition Research Consortium Research Symposium meeting, October 23th 2019, Houston, Texas.

Publications

Abstracts

  • van Tilburg, M.A., Burr, R., Heitkemper, M., Romano, J., Shulman, R.J., Levy, R.L. Hyperactivity and Aggression are Associated with Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction in Children with Functional Abdominal Pain Disorders. Gastroenterology, May 2020.
  • van Tilburg, M., Burr, R., Heitkemper, M., Romano, J., Shulman, R.J., Levy, R.L. (2020) Sleep Parasomnias are Associated with Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction in Children with Functional Abdominal Pain Disorders. Gastroenterology, May 2020.

Book Chapter(s)

  • van Tilburg, M.A.L. (2020). Pediatric Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders, In: S. Rao, Y. Lee, U. Ghoshal (Eds). Clinical and Basic Neurogastroenterology and Motility. London,UK: Elsevier Academic Press.

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • Hollier, J.M., Czyzewski, D.I., Self, M.M., Liu, Y., Weidler, E.M., Tilburg, M.A.L., Varni, J.W., Shulman, R.J. (2020) Comparison of Abdominal Pain and Psychosocial Distress Measures Associated with Health-Related Quality-of-Life in Pediatric Healthy Controls and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology, in press.
  • Santucci, N.R., Rein, L.E., van Tilburg, M.A.L., Karpinski, A., Rosenberg, A., Garguilo, D., Amado-Feeley, A., Stoops, E., Herdes, R.E., Hyman, P.E. (2020). Self-efficacy in children with functional constipation is associated with treatment success. J Pediatrics, 216, 19-24. doi: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2019.08.062.
  • Whitehead, W.E., Simren, M., Busby-Whitehead, J., Heymen, S., van Tilburg, M.A.L., Sperber, A.D., Palsson, O.S. (2020) Fecal Incontinence Diagnosed by the Rome IV Criteria in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 18(2), 385-391: doi: 10.1016/j.cgh.2019.05.040.
  • Santucci, N, Saps, M, & van Tilburg M.A.L. (2020). Newer horizons in the treatment of pediatric functional abdominal pain disorders. The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology, 5(3), 316-328. doi: 10.1016/S2468-1253(19)30256-0.
  • Richards,J., Nazareth, M., van Tilburg, M.A.L., Jain, N., Hart, L., Faldowski, R.A., Coltrane, C., Hooper, S.R., Ferris, M., & Rak, E. (2020). Engagement in Household Chores in Youth With Chronic Conditions: Health care Transition Implications. OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health. Epub Ahead of Print 06242020. https://doi.org/10.1177/1539449220928142
  • Hart, L.C., Díaz-González de Ferris, M., Nazareth, M., Faldowski, R.A., Rak, E., Hooper, S.R., Ndugga, M., van Tilburg, M.A.L. (2020) Evaluation of the TRxANSITION Index–Parent Version for Assessment of Readiness to Transition to Adult Care among Youth with Chronic Conditions. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, in press
  • van Tilburg, M.A.L., Parisien, M. Boles, R.G., Drury, G.L., Smith-Voudouris, J., Verma, V., Khoury, S., Chabot-Doré, A.J., Nackley, A.G., Smith, S.B., Whitehead, W.E., Zolnoun, D.A., Slade, G.D., Tchivileva, I., Maixner, W., Diatchenko, L. (2020). A genetic polymorphism that is associated with mitochondrial energy metabolism increases risk of fibromyalgia pain, in press.
  • Jerson, B, Lamparyk, K., & van Tilburg, M.A.L. (2019). A Review of Psychological Treatments for Vomiting Associated with Pediatric Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders. Current Opinion in Pediatrics, 31(5):630-635. doi: 10.1097/MOP.0000000000000800.
  • Hart, L.C., van Tilburg, M.A.L., Campbell, R. Jr, Faldowski, R., Nazareth, M., Ndugga, M., Coltrane, C., de Ferris, M. (2019). Association of Youth Health Care Transition Readiness to Role Overload among Parents of Children with Chronic Illness. Child: Care, Health, and Development, 45(4), 577-584. doi: 10.1111/cch.12683. doi: 10.1111/cch.12683

Dr. Jennifer F. Wagstaff

Assistant Professor of Counselor Education
School of Education

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Article

  • Schmid, D. & Wagstaff, J. (2019). Are they ready? Senior housing officers’ perceptions of entry-level housing professionals’ proficiency with helping skills. The Journal of College and University Student Housing, 45(2), 68-89.

Book Chapters

  • Wagstaff, J. (2019). Family Considerations. In Anderson, D. S. (Ed.) Leadership in Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention: Insights from Long-Term Advocates. New York: Routledge.
  • Wagstaff, J. & Ripley, D. (2019). The Opioid Epidemic: How Did We Get Here? In Anderson, D. S. (Ed.) Leadership in Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention: Insights from Long-Term Advocates. New York: Routledge.
  • Ripley, D. & Wagstaff, J. (2019). Medication-Assisted Treatment….A Drug to Treat a Drug? In Anderson, D. S. (Ed.) Leadership in Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention: Insights from Long-Term Advocates. New York: Routledge.

Presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Wagstaff, J.F. (February, 2020). Supporting Mental Health on Campus: Why Extending Beyond the Counseling Center Matters. Presented at the 13th Annual American College Counseling Association Conference, Washington, DC

Dr. Ran Whitley

Professor of Music
College of Arts & Sciences

Publications

Book

  • “Whitley, R. (2020). Bordogni Quartets for Trombones, (Volume 2, Nos. 21-30). Cherry Music Classics, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  • “Whitley, R. (2020). Just Four Brass: Twelve Preludes and Offertories for Worship. Cherry Music Classics, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Presentations

Workshop Presenter

  • Texas Music Educators Conference (TMEA), Region 30, Azle, TX, Professional Development Day (Elementary Music Education), August 1, 2019: “Recorders around the World”
  • Keller Independent School District, Keller, TX, Professional Development Day (Elementary Music Education), August 2, 2019: “Digital Pedagogy and Supplemental Resources for Recorder Instruction”
  • Johnson County Schools, Smithfield, NC, Professional Development Day (Elementary Music Education), August 16, 2019: “Digital Pedagogy and Supplemental Resources for Recorder Instruction”
  • Harnett County Schools, Lillington, NC, Professional Development Day (Elementary Music Education), January 10, 2020: “Digital Pedagogy and Supplemental Resources for Recorder Instruction”
  • Leander Independent School District, Professional Development Day (Elementary Music Education), Leander, TX, February 17, 2020: “Digital Pedagogy and Supplemental Resources for Recorder Instruction”

Dustin Wilson

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Grants

Professional Development Grant

  • Campbell University Faculty Development Grant – ASHP Pharmacokinetics Certificate Program

Publications

Manuscript

  • Laurent D, Drew R, Wilson D. Developments for the Treatment of Invasive Infections due to Multidrug-Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii. Univ Louisville J Respir Infect 2019;3(2):article

Abstract

  • Wilson D, Adema J, Baker C, Conyers J, Treece M, Fenn P. Utilization of Pharmacists in Physician Assistant Curricula in the United States. North Carolina Pharmacist 2019;100(3):26-27.

Presentations

Poster Presentation

  • “Comparison of initial vancomycin costs and target attainment between trough- and 24-hour area under the concentration-time curve (AUC24)-guided dosing.” Authors: Laurent D, Drew R, Wilson D. Presented at ID Week, Washington DC.

Betty R. Wishart

Adjunct Instructor
College of Arts & Sciences

Grants

Funded Grant

  • Received a 2019-2020 Regional Artist Project Grant from the Arts Council of Fayetteville and Cumberland County. The grant supports the creation and recording of a second album of piano solo music scheduled for release in November 2020.

Presentations

Fine Arts Exhibition

  • “Toccata II” by Betty Wishart was a winning composition in Neue Musik Frankfurt Happy New Sounds Concert Series. Patrick A. Sutardjo, pianist, performed the piece at Saalbau Frankfurt am Main, Frankfurt, Germany, on December 21, 2019.