Isabel Gray (Library) attended the American Library Association’s Annual Conference in New Orleans in June. She attended many sessions geared toward the academic librarian and community colleges.
Dr. Michael Colbert (Psychology) recently attended the national convention of the American Psychological Association in San Francisco. While there, Psi Beta held its strategic planning meeting for the coming year and Michael was re-elected to serve another two-year term as the Eastern Region Vice President. The Psychology Department sponsored Psi Beta Chapter Officer, Ericka Frick, to attend this national convention.
Prof. Ellen Hernandez (Academic Skills English) studied Arabic in Marrakech, Morocco, this summer and volunteered with a women’s literacy project in a Moroccan mountain village. Her experience is documented in the blog.
Dr. William Curtis (Psychology) has been selected for an “Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award” by the Publications Board for “Marquis’ Who’s Who in America.”
Lori Lenox (Library) presented a workshop in conjunction with Distance Learning for a group of adjunct professors on the benefits of using the library’s resources (including information literacy classes) and how to make these resources more readily available in WebStudy.