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Scholarship

  • Fulbright Programs

    Fulbright Scholar Program

    Fulbright

    The Fulbright Scholar Program, established in 1946 under legislation introduced by former Senator J. William Fulbright, is administered by the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES) on behalf of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs in the United States Department of State.

    The program currently operates in approximately 155 countries worldwide and is funded primarily by appropriations made by the United States Congress to the Department of State.

    Fulbright Scholar Program Facts

    Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program
    The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program provides awards through an annual competition to more than 800 U.S. scholars and professionals to lecture and/or conduct research at institutions in more than 125 countries in a wide variety of academic disciplines. Program duration ranges from a semester to an academic year. Fulbright Scholar grant applications for 2017-2018 are due August 1, 2016. Read more about General Programs.

    Fulbright Specialist Program
    The Fulbright Specialist Program sends U.S. scholars and professionals overseas for a period of two to six weeks to collaborate with professional counterparts at institutions of higher education on curriculum and faculty development, institutional assessment and planning, and related activities. Read more about Specialist Programs. 

    International Education Administrators Program
    The International Education Administrators (IEA) seminars help U.S. international education professionals and senior higher education officials create empowering connections with the societal, cultural and higher education systems of other countries. Grantees have the opportunity to learn about the host country’s education system as well as establish networks of U.S. and international colleagues. Read more about International Education Administrators Programs.

    Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program
    The Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program provides awards to approximately 900 foreign scholars from over 150 countries to conduct postdoctoral research at U.S. institutions from an academic semester to an academic year.

    Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Program
    The Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Program (S-I-R) enables U.S. colleges and universities to host foreign academics to lecture on a wide range of subject fields for a semester or academic year. Read more about Scholar-in-Residence Program.

    Outreach Lecturing Fund
    The Outreach Lecturing Fund (OLF) provides funding for campuses to host Fulbright Visiting Scholars, who are already in the United States, for short-term speaking engagements. Special consideration is given to campuses that have not previously participated in the Fulbright Scholar Program. Read more about Scholar-in-Residence Program.

    For more detailed information on any of these programs, please visit the CIES website.

    Information on this site was provided by CIES.

  • Fulbright Updates

    Fulbright Scholar Liaison Update

    Fulbright

    October 2017 Updates

    Fulbright Outreach Lecturing Fund (OLF): Opportunities to Host Visiting Scholars

    U.S. Institutions are welcome to apply for the Fulbright Outreach Lecturing Fund (OLF) to bring current Fulbright Visiting Scholars for short-term lectureships of 2-6 days. Please visit the Fulbright Scholar Directory to find a current list of eligible scholars that meet your criteria. Please considering applying to bring these scholars to your region to lecture on their research or cultural topics.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Fulbright OLF, please listen to our recent webinar.

    For more information, please visit our website, www.cies.org/olf, or contact Sarah Causer at olf@iie.org.


    May 2017 Updates

    Regional Highlights: Opportunities to Europe and Eurasia

    Each month leading up to the August 1 deadline, program staff will be sharing specific awards that they'd like Scholar Liaisons to know about.  Think of them as mini, digestible, regional summaries for quick dissemination and consideration for you and your faculty.

    Europe and Eurasia 

    Europe and Eurasia is the largest regional program in the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program, offering over 250 awards across the region. Throughout Europe and Eurasia award opportunities, applicants can propose to teach, complete research, or pursue a combination of both at prestigious higher education institutions and research institutions. Our Europe and Eurasia Regional Highlights webpage provides further information, and a recent webinar entitled, “What’s New in Europe” showcases a variety of our awards for this year. 

    Highlighted awards in the Europe and Eurasia region for the 2018-2019 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program include:

    Award highlights in Europe:

    Award highlights in Eurasia:

    Awards in multiple countries:

    For more information about these exciting opportunities, please contact the Europe and Eurasia team at EuropeEurasia@iie.org

    Fulbright Student Advisor and Scholar Liaison Overview with Commission Directors  

    This event will provide an overview of resources and best practices for creating a Fulbright culture on campus. FPAs and Scholar Liaisons will participate in program specific trainings and provided with information/tips on general campus engagement. Commission Directors will be on hand to discuss information, trends, and preferences for their specific countries. Lunch will be provided. 
    RSVP here


    March 2017 Updates

    Regional Highlights: Opportunities to Sub-Saharan Africa & the Middle East and North Africa           

    Each month leading up to the August 1 deadline, program staff will be sharing specific awards that they'd like Scholar Liaisons to know about. This month, we start with Africa and the Middle East! Think of them as mini, digestible, regional summaries for quick dissemination and consideration for you and your faculty.

    Sub-Saharan Africa

    Country highlights include Botswana, Senegal, Mauritius, and Sudan.

    Trends: The region continues to welcome applications from candidates across all disciplines. Some areas of focus that are trending throughout the region include peace and security studies, women’s studies, youth studies, food security, public/global health, economic development, and STEM. 

    Award highlights:

    • Botswana: Environmental Sciences (8020-BC) – new award!
    • Botswana: Computing: Mobile Technologies and Multimedia; Network Security and Computer Forensics (8018-BC)
    • Mauritius: All Disciplines (8038-MP) – new award!
    • Sudan: All Disciplines (8464-SU)
    • Zimbabwe: Natural Resources and Wildlife Management (8060-ZI) – new award!
    • Africa Regional Research Program: All Disciplines (8465-MC)

    For more information about these opportunities, please contact Alisha Scott or Kaitlin Taylor at .

    Middle East/North Africa

    Fulbright U.S. Scholar program to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) offers opportunities for scholars to immerse themselves in one of the most dynamic political and social landscapes in the world. Fulbright Scholars to MENA contribute to the region’s legacy of excellence in scholarship through a wide range of awards. Highlighted awards in the Middle East and North Africa for the 2018-2019 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program include:

    For more information about these opportunities, please contact Kaitlin Taylor or Lisa Hendricks at .

    Competition OPEN: Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Program, Deadline October 16

    We are now accepting institutional applications for the 2018-19 cycle of the Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Program. The S-I-R program allows institutions to host a visiting scholar on campuses to teach undergraduate courses, assist with curriculum development efforts and engage in community activities.  

    Institutional applications are due on Monday October 16, 2017. Please visit out website (www.cies.org/sir) for more information, upcoming webinars, and the application materials. Contact  if you have any questions about this opportunity!

    Register today for our S-I-R overview webinar on April 24, 2017.


    February 2017 Updates

    Liaison Training in Washington, D.C. on Friday, February 17.

    Stevenson University has been invited to the Liaison Training in Washington, D.C. on Friday, February 17. Diane Payne will be attending the training on the University's behalf. If you have any questions you'd like answered at the event, please contact Diane Payne at  

    2018-19 Fulbright Scholar Competition is LIVE: Deadline August 1, 2017

    The Fulbright Scholar Program offers teaching, research, or a combination of teaching/research awards in over 125 countries for the 2018-2019 academic year. 

    Opportunities are available for college and university faculty and administrators as well as for professionals, artists, journalists, scientists, lawyers, independent scholars, and many others.

    Interested faculty and professionals are encouraged to learn more about these opportunities, and hundreds of others, by visiting the Catalog of Awards.

    The application deadline for most awards is August 1, 2017.  U.S. citizenship is required.  For other eligibility requirements and detailed award descriptions, visit our website or contact us at scholars@iie.org.


    January 2017 Updates

    "Sneak Peek" Fulbright Scholar Liaison Webinar on Wednesday, January 25 

    There will be an exclusive Fulbright Scholar Liaison live webinar from 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. to discuss new award opportunities and country programs for the upcoming 2018-19 competition. The webinar is free, but it requires registration. Register now

    Liaison Sneak Peak: What's New for 2017

    A discussion about new award opportunities and country programs for the upcoming competition. Scholar Liaisons were given a first look of our brand new website, identified resources and tools for promoting the Fulbright Scholar Program, and asked questions about the program before the competition opened in February.

    How to Apply for an OLF

    This webinar provides an overview of the Outreach Lecturing Fund, including the application process and procedure, and it showcases how institutions can find scholars to invite. This is a helpful webinar for both institutions and Fulbright Visiting Scholars.


    September 2016 Updates

    2016-17 Fulbright Scholar Directories Available October 3

    A listing of 2016-17 Core Fulbright Scholar Program grant recipients will be available on our website beginning Monday, October 3, 2016.  View a list of grantees by institution, academic discipline, home or host country and state.

    Please note that this listing will be updated on a weekly basis as we continue to receive grantee documents and notification from posts and commissions overseas.

    In the meantime, please feel free to view lists of Fulbright Scholars going back to 2010.

    Information provided on this site was provided by CIES.

  • Scholars Showcase

    The following projects were presented at the Paul D. Lack Scholars' Showcase on February 26, 2016. Stevenson University presenters are identified in bold letters.

    Paul D. Lack, Ph.D., Scholars' Showcase

    School of Business Leadership

    Philip van Berten, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor

    Marketing

    SOBL

    Is the Personality Inventory for DSM-5 Questionnaire of the American Psychiatric Association Suitable to Assess Entrepreneurial Personality?

    Bagher Fardanesh, Ph.D.

    Adjunct Professor

    Business Administration

    SOBL

    Cross-Cultural Communications with Success: An Interpersonal and Organizational Perspective in a Changing World

    Alan Foote, M.B.A.

    Assistant Professor

    Information Systems

    SOBL

    Exploring Knowledge Management Models in Information Technology Projects

    Jeff Hillard, D.M.

    Associate Professor

    Accounting

    SOBL

    Practical Interactive Approaches to Classroom Instruction

    Anna B. Kayes, Ed.D.

    Professor

    Management

    SOBL

    Learning to Practice Judgment: Practical Solutions in Context

     J. Howard Kucher, D.P.A.

    Assistant Professor

    Marketing

    SOBL

    On-shoring the Base of the Pyramid: The Case of Kiva Zip

    Sidas A. Saulynas, M.S.

    Lula Albar

    Ravi Kuber

    Torsten Felzer

    Assistant Professor

    Information Systems

    SOBL

    Using OnScreenDualScribe to Support Text Entry and Targeting among Individuals with Physical Disabilities

    Sidas A. Saulynas, M.S.

    Ravi Kuber

    Assistant Professor

    Information Systems

    SOBL

    Going Beyond "Beyond Being There": An Inquiry into the Use of Brain-Computer Interface Technologies and Intelligent Machine Agents to Facilitate Inconspicuous Communication

    Sidas A. Saulynas, M.S.

    Anthony F. Norcio

    Lawrence E. Burgee

    Assistant Professor

    Information Systems

    SOBL

    Towards a Personal Autonomous Presentation Assistant: Applying Technology for Intelligent Assistance during Live Presentations

    School of Design

    Inna Alesina, MFA

    Assistant Professor

    Art

    SOD

    What is the Future of Impact Design Education?

    Lori Rubeling, MA

    Professor

    Art

    SOD

     

    G.T. Keplinger, M.F.A.

    Associate Professor

    Film & Moving Image

    SOD

    Alfred Hitchcock’s Long Lasting Impact Seen through the films of Brian DePalma and David Fincher

     Lori Rubeling, M.A.

    Professor

    Art

    SOD

    Curating Baltimore’s Material Design Culture

    Elena Volkova, M.F.A.

    Assistant Professor

    Art

    SOD

    In Between: On Liminality

    School of Education

    Clotile Galbraith, Ed.D.

     

    Jeff Elliott, Ph.D.

    (Collaboration with HaSS)

    Associate Professor

    Chair and Professor

    Education

     

    Psychology

    SOE

     

    HaSS

    Student and Faculty Perceptions of Students’ Information Literacy Competence

    Betty R. McNally, M.Ed.

    Associate Professor

    Education

    SOE

    A Study of Education Practices in Three Exemplary International Educational Systems

    David W. Nicholson, Ph.D.

    Co-presenters, Senior Education majors Victoria Abrecht, Judy Hemler, Stephanie Miele, Megan Polis, Brittany Somers, and Gina Weber

    Professor

    Education

    SOE

    Philosophy of Education in Action: An Inquiry-Based Approach

    School of Graduate and Professional Studies

    Joyce Williams, R.N., D.N.P.

    David Williams

    Assistant Professor

    Nursing

    GPS

    A Comparison of Oral Regions in the Recovery of DNA Introduced through Kissing

    School of Health Sciences

    Tonya Schneidereith, RN, Ph.D.

    Maxine Cruz-am

    Assistant Professor

    Nursing

    SHS

    The Changing Picture in Simulation: Real or Imitation?

    Tonya Schneidereith, RN, Ph.D.

    Hannah Nusbaum

    Assistant Professor

    Nursing

    SHS

    Observing Simulation: Does an Active Role Change the Perspective?

    School of Humanities and Social Sciences

    Alexander Ormond Boulton, Ph.D.

    Professor

    History

    HaSS

    Thomas Jefferson and the Idea of Race

    Clotile Galbraith, Ed.D.

     

    Jeff Elliott, Ph.D.

    (Collaboration with SOE)

    Associate Professor

    Chair and Professor

    Education

     

    Psychology

    SOE

     

    HaSS

    Student and Faculty Perceptions of Students’ Information Literacy Competence

    Jamie Goodall, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor

    History

    HaSS

    Piracy, Slavery, and Clandestine Trade: Transition to a Plantation Economy

    Alexander E. Hooke, Ph.D.

    Professor

    Philosophy

    HaSS

    The Line-Drawing Fallacy

    Alex Hooke, Ph.D.

    Professor

    Philosophy

    HaSS

    Existential Genealogy

    Amanda Licastro, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor

    English

    HaSS

    The Writing Studies Tree: An Academic 

    Gerald Majer, Ph.D.

    Professor

    English

    HaSS

    Feeling the Park Vibe: Hapticality, Rhythm, and How We Party

    Monibo A. Sam, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor

    Sociology

    HaSS

    Transmigration and Family Dynamics: The Case of Nigerians in the U.S. – A Preliminary Report

    Ryan Schurtz, Ph.D.

    Alyssa Henry

    Kayla Little

    Assistant Professor

    Psychology

    HaSS

    Love Letters as Interventions to Decrease Anxiety Levels

    Laura T. Smith, Ph.D.

    Chair and Assistant Professor

    English

    HaSS

    Outreach and its Programmatic Effects: The Story of the Stevenson Summer Writers’ Workshop

    Thomas K. Swisher, J.D., Ph.D.

    Associate Professor

    Human Services

    HaSS

    Spirituality, Religiosity & Religious Coping as Factors in Adapting to Significant Life Events

    Ingrid Tulloch, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor

    Psychology

    HaSS

    Changing Views on Methamphetamine and its Neurotoxic Effects on Brain Biochemistry

    Ingrid Tulloch, Ph.D.

    Stephanie E. Taverna

    Assistant Professor

    Psychology

    HaSS

    Existential Shame Survey: A Study of Validity Using Trait Anxiety, Trait Anger, and Self-Identity

    Ingrid Tulloch, Ph.D.

    Larry D. Fort

    Shanice Hastings

    Assistant Professor

    Psychology

    HaSS

    Behaviors of Coenobita clypeatus in the Presence of Varying Light Stimuli

    Maria S. Wong, Ph.D.

    Margret Miller

    Stephanie Taverna

    Assistant Professor

    Psychology

    HaSS

    “So You Think God is Unfair?” Exploring the Correlates of Parental Behaviors during Family Discussion

    School of the Sciences

    Sydella A. Blatch, Ph.D.

    Matthew B. Powel 

    Assistant Professor

    Biology

    SOS

    Variation in Size and Progression through Larval Stages of Drosophila melanogaster Fruit Flies in the Absence of Dietary Folic Acid

    Carol A. Schmidhauser, M.S.

    Sydella A. Blatch, Ph.D.

    Instructor

    Assistant Professor

    Biology

    Biology

    SOS

    SOS

    Original Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience to Detect Parasites in Local Parks in Two Undergraduate Courses

    Michelle M. Ivey, Ph.D.

    Jason Sonnenberg

    Associate Professor

    Chemistry

    SOS

    Computational Chemistry at Stevenson University: An Integrated Approach

    Keith D. Johnson, Ph.D.

    Rojesh Shrestha

    Blake A. Ford

    Assistant Professor

    Biology

    SOS

    Comparison of Fish Abundance and Diversity on Artificial Reef, Natural Reef and No Reef Zone in the Chesapeake Bay

    Keith D. Johnson, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor

    Biology

    SOS

    Ecosystem Services Provided by Oyster Restoration Projects of Stevenson University Students

    Wendy L. Kimber, Ph.D.

    Rojesh Shrestha

    Amber LaPeruta

    Lai Win

    Associate Professor

    Biology

    SOS

    The Influence of the Media on the United States’ Response to the 2014 Ebola Crisis

    Wendy Kimber, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor

    Biology

    SOS

    Ubiquitination: A Novel Mechanism of Transcription Control in Stem Cell Pluripotency and Cellular Reprogramming

    Sara Narayan, Ph.D.

    Professor

    Chemistry

    SOS

    Green Chemistry Laboratory Experiments for General Organic and Biochemistry Course – Scholarship of Teaching

     
  • Publications

    Stevenson Faculty Publications

    The following publications were written by Stevenson faculty members (named in bold)  who have participated in OSPR activities. A full list of faculty publications can be found on the library website.

    If you have a publication that you would like to see listed here, please send details to Jim Rose at

    FACULTY PUBLICATIONS - 2017

    M.M. Ivey

    N.H. Robinson

    M.K. Smith

    J.L. Sonnenberg

     

    Professor of Chemistry, SOS

    “Computational Chemistry Experiments for a General Chemistry Course.  Chemical Educator, 21, 296-301 (2016).

    Maria S. Wong

    E. C.-H. Chen

    J. Fung

    P. Worthy

    Associate Professor, Psychology, HaSS

    A qualitative analysis of the experience of female Chinese American church leaders: Associations with gender role, culture, and work-family balance. Pastoral Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11089-017-0773-1 (2017).

    William A. Harrell, Jr.

    R. C. Vieira

    S. M. Ensel

    V. Montgomery

    R. Guernieri

    R. P.Webb

    V. Eccard

    Y. Campbell

    V. I. Roxas-Duncan

    J. H. Cardellina II

    L. A. Smith

    Associate Professor, Chemistry, SOS

    A Matrix-Focused Structure-Activity and Binding Site Flexibility Study of Quinolinol Inhibitors of Botulinum Neurotoxin Serotype A. Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett. 2017, 27, 675-678.

    William A. Harrell, Jr.

    C. Yalamanchili

    V. K. Manda

    A. G. Chittiboyina

    R. L. Guernieri

    R. P. Webb

    L. A. Smith

    I. A. Khan

    Associate Professor, Chemistry, SOS

    Utilizing Ayurvedic Literature for the Identification of Novel Phytochemical Inhibitors of Botulinum Neurotoxin A. J. Ethnopharmacol. 2017, 197, 211-217.

    Amanda Licastro

    Assistant Professor, English, HaSS

    “Learning at the Intersections.” Hybrid Pedagogy (2017): n. pag. Web. 28 June 2017. http://www.digitalpedagogylab.com/hybridped/learning-intersections/

    Amanda Licastro

    Assistant Professor, English, HaSS

    “The Problem of Multimodality: What Data-Driven Research Can Tell Us About Online Writing Practices.” Communication Design Quarterly. 4.4 (2-16): 55-73. Dec. 2016. https://sigdoc.acm.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/CDQ-4-4-2016.pdf

    Kimberly P. Tucker

    H. S. Guttman

    S. Youngren

    Director, Center for Environmental Sustainability, Biological Sciences, SOS

    Evaluation of Environmental Microbial Community Analysis Methods for Bioremediation. BIOS 87(3):85-95. http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.1893/BIOS-D-14-00025.1

    Kimberly P. Tucker

    H. S. Guttman

    S. Youngren

    Director, Center for Environmental Sustainability, Biological Sciences, SOS

    "Op-Ed: You’re doing it wrong/Think you know how to recycle? Think again." Baltimore Sun. [Baltimore, MD] 20 April 2017. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-recycling-howto-20170420-story.html

    FACULTY PUBLICATIONS - 2016

    Anna Kayes, Ed. D.

    D. Christopher Kayes

    Kimberly D  Elsbach

    Professor, Management, BSBL

    Contemporary Organizational Behavior: From Ideas to Action. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson, 2016.

    Kathryn Thomas, R.N., Ph.D.

    Fred Berlin

    Gregory K. Lehne

    Harold Martin Malin

    Wayne P. Hunt

    Adjunct Professor, Psychology, HaSS

    “The Eroticized Violent Crime: A Psychiatric Perspective with Six Clinical Examples.” Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity 4, no. 1 (1997): 9–31. 

    Tonya A. Schneidereith, Ph.D. (Editor)

    Christine E. Kaspe (Editor)

    Felissa R. Lashley (Editor)

     

    Associate Professor, Nursing, SHS

    Lashley's Essentials of Clinical Genetics in Nursing Practice, 2nd ed.,  Springer, 2016.

    Contributors
       

    Wendy L. Kimber, Ph.D.

    Tonya A. Schneidereith, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Biology, SOS

    Associate Professor, Nursing, SHS

    Basic and Molecular Concepts in Biology

    Tonya A. Schneidereith, Ph.D. 

    Associate Professor, Nursing, SHS

    Maternal-Child Nursing: Pediatrics

    Tonya A. Schneidereith, Ph.D. 

    Gwen Anderson

    Associate Professor, Nursing, SHS

    Adult Health and Illness

    Tonya A. Schneidereith, Ph.D. 

    Associate Professor, Nursing, SHS

    Maternal-Child Nursing: Obstetric

    FACULTY PUBLICATIONS - 2015

    Anne Powel Davis, D.M.

    Eric B. Dent

    Deborah M. Wharff

     

    Associate Dean and Associate Professor, Teaching Education, GPS

    “A Conceptual Model of Systems Thinking Leadership in Community Colleges.” Systemic Practice and Action Research, January 23, 2015. doi:10.1007/s11213-015-9340-9.

    Beth Mccord Kobett, M.S.

    Francis Fennell

    Jonathan A.Wray

    Assistant Professor, Education, SOE

    Classroom-Based Formative Assessments--Guiding Teaching and Learning.” Teaching Children Mathematics 21, no. 6 (February 2015): 325–27

    Ryan Schurtz, Ph.D.

    Charles D. Hoogland

    Chelsea Cooper

    David Combs

    Edward Brown

    Richard Smith

    Assistant Professor, Psychology, HaSS

    The Joy of Pain and the Pain of Joy: In-Group Identification Predicts Schadenfreude and Gluckschmerz Following Rival Groups’ Fortunes.” Motivation & Emotion 39, no. 2 (April 2015): 260–81.

    Alexander E. Hooke, Ph.D.

    Professor, Philosophy, HaSS

    Hope and Hell in The Shawshank Redemption.” Philosophy Now 107, no. April-May (2015)

    Alexander E. Hooke, Ph.D.

    Professor, Philosophy, HaSS

    Justice and Biology, Revisited.” Philosophy Now 107, no. April-May (2015)

    Alexander E. Hooke, Ph.D.

    Professor, Philosophy, HaSS

    Virtue Ethics. Gale, Cengage Learning, 2015.

    Tracey McGregor Mason, Ph.D.

    Angeles Medrano

    Stephen M. Dennis

    Amparo Alvarez-Valdés

    Josefina Perles

    Adoracion G. Quiroga

    Associate Professor, Chemistry, SOS

    Synthesis, Cytotoxicity, DNA Interaction and Cell Cycle Studies of Trans-Diiodophosphine Pt(II) Complexes.” Dalton Transactions (Cambridge, England: 2003) 44, no. 8 (February 28, 2015): 3557–62

    Mary Elizabeth Rouse, M.A., M.Ed.

    Leeanne Bell McManus, Ph.D.

    Stephanie Verni, M.F.A.

    Chair and Associate Professor, Business Communication, SOD

    Associate Professor, Business Communication, SOD

    Associate Professor, Business Communication, SOD

    Event Planning: Communicating Theory and Practice. Kendall Hunt, 2015.

     Lori Rubeling, M.A.

    Professor, Art, SOD

    Drawing Philosophy. 2015. Case[werks] Gallery. Baltimore MD.