Faculty Notes spring 2017

Faculty Notes spring 2017

Barb Amato, academic coach, participated as a national judge for the Mensa Foundation’s U.S. Scholarship Program, scoring essays for American Mensa. This was her third…

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Why Study Theology?

Why Study Theology?

Spring is rolling in and acceptance letters and scholarship offers are going out. As students seek to make their college decisions, it is a good…

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New Academic Offering at TMC - Management Information Systems (MIS)

New Academic Offering at TMC – Management Information Systems (MIS)

Dr. Yousif Mustafa gives us the 411 Why was it important for TMC to add this major? The MIS program is a manifestation of the…

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New Academic Offering at TMC - Ethical Leadership Studies (ELS)

New Academic Offering at TMC – Ethical Leadership Studies (ELS)

Dr. John Wolper gives us the 411 Why was it important for TMc to add this major?  Adding a major in Ethical Leadership Studies is…

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Faculty Notes Fall 2016

Faculty Notes Fall 2016

Dr. Dee Allen, assistant professor, education department, presented mathematics formative assessment lesson examples and strategies to educators at the annual Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM)…

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Summer Reading: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins and The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

Summer Reading: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins and The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

Guilty pleasures: the things we do in secret that we don’t tell anyone about. Swerving off the highway to appease a Starbuck’s craving, listening to…

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5 Leadership Lessons from My 1st Spartan Race

5 Leadership Lessons from My 1st Spartan Race

Let me begin by saying that I am not an athlete. Although I am active and workout, I have not participated in sports. However, this past…

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Strategic Differentiation: Achieving the Triple Aim of Higher Education

Strategic Differentiation: Achieving the Triple Aim of Higher Education

Competitive pressures facing higher education have never been greater1. A reality for universities and colleges in the twenty-first century is that they are not fully…

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Faculty Notes - Spring 2016

Faculty Notes – Spring 2016

Ms. Caitlin Shaughnessy Dwyer, adjunct professor, department of theology, presented “Critiquing Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, by Sheryl Sandberg. Is a…

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Faculty Notes - Summer 2015

Faculty Notes – Summer 2015

Kudos to TMC faculty on their accolades, presentations, and published works: Dr. Larry Boehm, professor, psychology, presented his paper “Family disruption has long-term consequences for…

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Faculty Notes - Winter 2015

Faculty Notes – Winter 2015

Pauletta Hansel, writer in residence, and Dr. Sherry Cook Stanforth, professor, English presented new books of poetry as part of Creative Writing Vision’s Visiting Author’s…

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Dr. R. Steven Flynn, Professor and Chair, Accountancy, published!

Dr. R. Steven Flynn, Professor and Chair, Accountancy, published!

Dr. R. Steven Flynn, Professor and Chair, Accountancy, published his article  “Does a Financial Expert’s Audit Committee Presence Enhance American Nonprofit     Financial Reporting Quality? …

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Faculty Notes - Fall 2014

Faculty Notes – Fall 2014

Dr. Wes Ryle, assistant professor, physics, appeared on 91.7FM-WVXU and on the Fox 19 morning news show in April speaking on the topic of the…

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