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Statement of Purpose Campbell University is a university of the liberal arts, sciences, and professions which is committed to helping students develop an integrated Christian personality characterized by a wholeness of body, mind, and spirit that includes: a method of critical judgement; and appreciation of the intellectual, cultural, and religious heritage; stewardship of the body; and a sensitive awareness of the world and society in which they live and work with persons. Campbell University is a Baptist University affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. Both in and out of the classroom, the university endeavors to present Christian principles to students and to foster their application to daily life. The purpose of Campbell University arises out of three basic theological and Biblical presuppositions: learning is appointed and conserved by God as essential to the fulfillment of human destiny; in Christ all things consist and find ultimate unity; and the Kingdom of God in this world is rooted and grounded in Christian community. Therefore, the mission of Campbell University, as a community of Christian scholars, is to: • Provide students with a Christian world view; • Bring the word of God, mind of Christ, and power of the Spirit to bear in developing moral courage, social sensitivity, and ethical responsibility that will inspire a productive and faithful maturation as individuals and as citizens; • Transfer from one generation to the next the vast body of knowledge and values accumulated over the ages; • Encourage creativity, imagination, and rigor in the use of intellectual skills; • Affirm the university’s commitment to the belief that truth is never one-dimensional but in wholeness is revelatory, subjective, and transcendent as well as empirical, objective, and rational, and that truth finds its unity in the mind of Christ; • Frame university teaching in the context of a liberal arts education seeking to free persons to live more abundantly and securely in an ever-changing social order; • Foster stewardship in nurturing gifts of the mind and in developing aesthetic sensibilities; • Equip students with superior vocational skills, productive insights, and professional integrity; • Provide a community of learning that is committed to the pursuit, discovery, and dissemination of knowledge to serve the region as well as national and international communities; • Prepare students for purposeful lives and Christian service throughout the world through undergraduate, graduate, and professional instruction including terminal graduate and professional programs; • Provide services to the general community through research efforts, continuing education, cultural enrichment programs, and extended campus education; • Cooperate with other educational institutions for the advancement of mankind; This university sees the human vocation as living by faith under grace, with no conflict between the life of faith and the life of inquiry.


Table of Contents Publications

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Presentations

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Editorial Work

23

Professional Memberships

26

Grants

33

Deans’ Awards

35


Accolades celebrates the scholarly activities of Campbell University’s distinguished faculty. Within the 2008 edition, you will find continuing evidence of the University’s commitment to excellence in teaching through intellectual inquiry that informs and transforms the teaching and learning process in the classroom and laboratory. The University is justifiably proud of the scholarly attainments of its faculty. But the particular basis of that pride is the knowledge that faculty scholarship at Campbell is in the service of student learning. The efforts that are reflected through the specific entries of this chronicle suggest a vitality that yields tremendous dividends for the learning of students. It is that on-going energy in the wedding of careful scholarship and its appropriate dissemination that enriches the academic enterprise so wonderfully. I invite you to explore this annual report and discover for yourself how enlightened teaching and student learning are blending to create a strong and vibrant academic community at Campbell University – where faith and learning excel.

Jerry M. Wallace

President


E. Bruce Heilman Leadership Lecture Series Announced By Susan Welch, Staff Writer, and Shannon Ryals, Assistant Director of Publications ampbell University recognized the C launch of the E. Bruce Heilman Leadership Lecture series on February 19, 2008.

The E. Bruce Heilman Leadership Lecture Series will complement the University’s call for servant leadership. The lecture series is designed to provide a forum through which decorated scholars and distinguished professionals explore the role of leaders in addressing the challenges facing academic disciplines and professions in the 21st century. The series builds on the experience and creativity of its participants as leaders in a changing world, within the context of Christian higher education. The lecture series is funded through the generous support of The E. Bruce Heilman Lectures Endowment Fund. “Campbell University decided on the E. Bruce Heilman Leadership Lecture Series because it was consistent with who we are as a university,” said Dr. Dwaine Greene, vice president of academic affairs and provost. Dr. E. Bruce Heilman, Chancellor at the University of Richmond, delivered the inaugural lecture titled “Servant Leadership in Higher Education, Business and elsewhere.” “I emphasize higher education because you have the best example of servant leadership in your late president and chancellor of some 40 years, Dr. Norman A. Wiggins,” Heilman said. “His life was the personification of all this university stands for in its reputation, its presence, size and scope. For those who want an example to follow in any facet of Christian leadership, you only have to review his life and thus the history of this institution during the long years of his tenure.”

Prior to his association with the University of Richmond, Heilman served as President at Meredith College from 1966 to 1988. Dr. Heilman has served as a consultant to many educational, religious and charitable organizations. He was selected as one of the “100 Most Effective College and University Presidents in the USA” through an Exxon Foundation sponsored study. The lectures will be held once a year and rotated among the schools. The School of Education will host the lecture series in early spring 2009. “We look forward with joy to the stimulation this lecture series promises to bring the University through many years,” said Greene.




Metz becomes Director

of Institutional

Research and Assessment

By Susan Welch, Staff Writer

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r. Timothy D. Metz, chair of the Department of Biological Sciences at Campbell University, has been named director of Institutional Research and Assessment, effective fall 2008. Metz, whose research interests include plant molecular biology, plant breeding and genetics, said the skill sets of a biologist aren’t that far removed from those his new position will require. “My experience and skills are a good match for the job requirements of director of Institutional Research,” he said. “I’ve always enjoyed developing surveys and analyzing data for correlations and trends. I am good at simplifying and summarizing complex information.” As director of Institutional Research, Metz will conduct research that supports institutional planning, decisionmaking, management and external reporting and will oversee and coordinate the assessment functions of the university. Some of his responsibilities will include generating information on vital university operations, programs and long-term emerging trends, generating and maintaining a university fact book and maintaining on-going reports on critical information such as student admission, retention, graduation, program costs and others. “I particularly want to help simplify the process of assessment and make it more understandable for the faculty,” Metz said. Metz received a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Sciences from the University of Illinois in Urbana, graduating with honors. He went on to earn a Ph.D. in botany from Cornell University. Metz came to Campbell as an assistant professor of biology in 1994 and was named chairman of Biological Sciences in 2001. He will continue to teach one biology class per term. 


Professor and Student

Collaborate in Research Project

By Shannon Ryals, Assistant Director of Publications

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r. Michelle Thomas and recent graduate Melissa Cooper (‘08) collaborated on a research project that could contribute towards future antibiotic development. “I cannot stress how much I enjoy working with undergraduate students on research projects,” said Thomas. Thomas came up with the idea for this specific research project while working on her own post-doctoral research. “When I knew for certain I was going to join Campbell University as a faculty member it became important to me to develop ideas for research projects that could be done with undergraduate students,” she said. She explained that a dividing bacterium will form a protein ring at the site of cell division leading to the pinching of the cell into two. The ring is formed from the FtsZ protein and is referred to as the Z-Ring. This project involved cloning of the FtsZ gene from various bacterial species so future studies could be done to determine if these organisms divide in the same manner as some of the model organisms such as E. coli. “Dr. Harold Erickson and Dr. Masaki Osawa from Duke University provided bacterial strains and plasmids so we could begin cloning FtsZ genes from different bacterial species into E. coli,” said Thomas. “Melissa first determined that this system could be used by undergraduate students here at Campbell University and then proceeded in cloning the FtsZ genes into E. coli. Melissa was successful in her research and this forward progress will now be utilized by other students who will continue the project.” Melissa not only has worked with Dr. Thomas for the past year on this project, but she has completed two summer research internships. Her first internship was

in the “Summer Pre-Graduate Research Experience” at UNC Chapel Hill. She has also participated in the GlaxoSmithKline Women in Science Scholars. Melissa has been accepted at Duke University and will be working on her Ph.D. in the Cell and Molecular Biology program. “The most rewarding and pleasurable role as a faculty member at Campbell is having the opportunity to foster and mentor students in scientific research,” said Thomas. “The mentoring does not occur in just one semester but instead requires a two- to- three year time period where we have ample opportunity to work one on one with a student. It is this type of mentoring that provides the student and the faculty with the most rewards. Mentoring Melissa over the past three years truly has been one of the most pleasurable and enriching experiences for me.” 


Publications Dr. Connie L. Barnes

Dr. Robert M. Cisneros

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Director of Drug Information Center

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Book Chapter Souney P.F., Barnes C.L., Clinard V.B. “Drug Information Resources.” In: Shargel L., Mutnick A.H., Souney P.F., Swanson L.N., eds. Comprehensive Pharmacy Review 7th Edition. Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2008.

Abstracts/Posters Fuller S., Horlen C., Cisneros R., and Merz T. “A comparison of third year pharmacy students reading ability (NDRT) and PCAT scores.” 108TH Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Orlando, Florida, July 14- 17, 2007. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2007); 71 (3), Article 60.

Article Brown J.N., Barnes C.L., Beasley B., et al. “Effect of pharmacists on medication errors in an emergency department.” American Journal of Health-Systems Pharmacy. 2008; 65:330-333.

“Changes in critical thinking and self-directed learning over an academic school year.” 108th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Orlando, Florida, July 14-17, 2007. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2007); 71 (3), Article 60.

Dr. Tony W. Cartledge

Fuller S., Cisneros R., Horlen C., and Merz T. “FOG readability levels of required materials.” 108TH Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Orlando, Florida, July 14-17, 2007. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2007); 71 (3), Article 60.

Associate Professor of Old Testament Articles “Hair, hairs.” New Interpreters Dictionary of the Bible. Vol. 2, D-H. Ed. Pheme Perkins, et.al. Nashville: Abingdon, 2007, p. 719. “Jonadab.”New Interpreters Dictionary of the Bible, Vol. 3, I-Ma. Ed. Pheme Perkins, et.al. Nashville: Abingdon, 2008, p. 375. “Madness.” New Interpreters Dictionary of the Bible, Vol. 3, I-Ma. Ed. Pheme Perkins, et.al. Nashville: Abingdon, 2007, pp. 765-66. “The Baptist Family Tree: Primitive Baptists.” Baptists Today 25:10 (Oct. 2007): 36-38. “The Baptist Family Tree: Free Will Baptists.” Baptists Today 25:11 (Nov. 2007): 36-38. “The Baptist Family Tree: Independent Baptists.” Baptists Today 25:12 (Dec. 2007): 10-11, 15.

Book Review “The Pharmacy Technician Skills-Building Manual,” in Journal of Pharmacy Technology, July /August 2007, Vol. 23: 254-255. Articles “Are you boiling frogs?” North Carolina Pharmacist. Vol. 8 (Summer, 2007). 7 (3): 16-17. Fuller S., Horlen C., Cisneros R., Merz T. “An assessment of pharmacy students’ reading ability and the readability of required reading materials.” American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2007; 71(6), Article 111.

“The Baptist Family Tree: National Baptists.” Baptists Today 26:1 (Jan. 2008): 4-5, 15.

Brown J.N., Barnes C.L., Beasley B., Cisneros R., Pound M., and Herring C. “Effect of pharmacists on medication errors in an emergency department,” American Journal of Health Systems Pharmacy. 2008;65(4):330-333.

“The Baptist Family Tree: North American Baptist Fellowship.” Baptists Today 26:2 (Feb. 2008): 10-11.

Dr. W. Lin Coker III

“The Baptist Family Tree: Seventh Day Baptists.” Baptists Today 26:4 (Apr. 2008): 32-33. “The Changing Face of the Baptist State Convention.” Part One (1980-1995), Baptists Today 26:3 (Mar. 2008): Book Cartledge, Tony and Jan. Job: Into the Fire, Out of the Ashes, Teacher’s Guide and Student Book. Macon: Smyth & Helwys, 2007.

Dr. Brad N. Chazotte Research Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences Article “Nonimmunological Fluorescent Labeling of Cellular Structures.” Cold Spring Harbor Protocols, Cold Spring Harbor Press, N.Y. 2008.

Assistant Professor of Chemistry Book Chemistry Survival Manual. Dubuque: Kendall/Hunt, 2008.

Dr. Steven M. Davis Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Article Hines A., Kinney D., Herring C., Langley J., Davis S.M., Steiner G. “Evaluation of Parents’ Knowledge of Their Children’s Risk for Developing Type 2 Diabetes. <Abstract>.” Southeastern Residency Forum, Athens GA, April 2007.

Adam C. English Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy Book The Possibility of Christian Philosophy: Maurice Blondel at the Intersection of Philosophy and Theology, Routledge Radical Orthodoxy Series. New York: Routledge Press, 2007.



Publications


Book Review Review of Hans Urs von Balthasars Theological Aesthetics: A Model for Post-Critical Biblical Interpretation. W. T. Dickens and The Ethical Thought of Hans Urs von Balthasar, by Christopher Steck, Perspectives in Religious Studies 34.2. Summer 2007. 257-9. Journal Article “Science Cannot Stop With Science: Maurice Blondel and the Sciences.” Journal of the History of Ideas 69.2. April 2008. 269-292.

Dr. James B. Groce III Professor of Pharmacy Book Chapter Groce J.B., Murphy J.E. “Unfractionated heparin and low molecular weight heparin.” In: Murphy JE, ed. Clinical pharmacokinetics, 4th edition. Bethesda: American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Inc.; 2008:161-188.

Director of Library Services and Associate Professor of History

Journal Citations “Initial management of deep-venous thrombosis in the outpatient setting.” American Journal of HealthSystem Pharmacy. 2008; 65 :866-874.

Articles “Why the Democrats Get Away With Murder!” The North Carolina Conservative, 13 September 2007. northcarolinaconservative.com.

“Anticoagulation management strategies: guide for the community pharmacist.” University of Tennessee Advanced Studies in Pharmacy. Vol. 4, No. 9, October 2007. 247-252.

“Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Martian Novels as an Early Paradigm of Racial Toleration.” ERBZine, v. 2177, 2 May 2008 .http://www.erbzine.com/mag21/2177.html.

“Improving the quality of care for venous thromboembolism and acute coronary syndrome : Using evidence-based guidelines and performance measures.” American Journal Health-System Pharmacy. 2007 ;64(Suppl 7): S2-4.

Dr. Ronnie W. Faulkner

Dr. William H. Freeman Professor of Exercise Science Article “The Ethical Paradox of Citius, Altius, Fortius in a MultiCultural World.” 2006 Melbourne International Sports Studies Conference “Sport, Communities and Engagement” 6-8 March 2006. Eds. R. Baka & J. King. Melbourne: International Society for Comparative Physical Education and Sport (ISCPES) and the Centre for Aging, Rehabilitation, Exercise and Sport (CARES) of Victoria University, 2006.

“Translating evidence-based guidelines into performance measures for venous thromboembolism and acute coronary syndrome.” American Journal of HealthSystem Pharmacy. 2007; 64(Suppl 7): S25-9.

Dr. Karen Guzman Associate Professor of Biology Abstract Langdon, Casey G., Ashley R. Strickland and Karen Guzman. “Spontaneous contraction of the mouse skeletal muscle cell line C2C12 is inhibited by ion channel blockers.” Journal of the NC Academy of Science, 2008. In press.

Publications




Publications Dr. Mark L. Hammond Dean and Professor of Biology Journal Article Hammond, M.L., J. White and B. Rahn. “A Second Life for AO-16:Crash-Recovery-Rebirth.” The AMSAT Journal, March/April (2008): 27-31.

Dr. Steven R. Harmon Associate Professor of Christian Theology Articles “Clement of Alexandria.” The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, ed. George Thomas Kurian. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, forthcoming 2008. In press.

Book 1 & 2 Peter, 1-3 John, Jude. Reformation Commentary on Scripture, ed. Timothy F. George and Scott Manetsch. Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity Press, forthcoming 2010 [under contract].

Patrick K. Hetrick Professor of Law Book Hetrick, Patrick and James B. McLaughlin. Webster’s Real Estate Law in North Carolina, 2007 supplement. Lexis Publishing Co. 2007. Hetrick, Patrick, Larry Outlaw and Tricia Moylan, North Carolina Real Estate Manual 2008-2009 Edition. North Carolina Real Estate Commission, 2008.

“Desert Fathers.” The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, ed. George Thomas Kurian. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, forthcoming 2008. In press.

Articles “The Quest to Achieve True ‘Top Quartile’ Status: Creating and Sustaining An Affirming Law School Community.” University of Toledo Law Review, Vol. 39, No. 2, Winter 2008.

“Theology Proper and the Proper Way to Pray: An Exposition of Psalm 139.” Review and Expositor 104, no. 4 (Fall 2007): 777-86.

“Drafting Common Interest Community Documents: Minimalism In An Era of Micromanagement,” Campbell Law Review, Vol. 30, 2008.

“Baptists and Praying for Unity.” Baptists Today 26, no. 1. January 2008. 16.

“Dedication to Dr. Norman Adrian Wiggins,” Campbell Law Review, Vol. 30, 2008.

“Remembering the Ecclesial Future: Why the Church Needs Theology.” Theology in the Service of the Church: Essays Presented to Fisher H. Humphreys, ed. Timothy George and Eric F. Mason, pp. 82-95. Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, 2008.

Dr. Derek K. Hogan

“The Sacramentality of the Word in Gregory of Nyssas Catechetical Oration: Implications for a Baptist Sacramental Theology.” Baptist Sacramentalism 2, ed. Anthony R. Cross and Philip E. Thompson. Milton Keynes, U.K.: Paternoster, 2008. In press. “Dogmatic Theology.” The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, ed. George Thomas Kurian. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, forthcoming 2008. In press. “Scripture in the Life of the Baptist Churches: Openings for a Differentiated Catholic-Baptist Consensus on Sacred Scripture.” Pro Ecclesia: A Journal of Catholic and Evangelical Theology 17 2008. In press. “The Sacramentality of the Word in Gregory of Nyssas Catechetical Oration: Implications for a Baptist Sacramental Theology.” Baptist Sacramentalism 2, ed. Anthony R. Cross and Philip E. Thompson. Milton Keynes, U.K.: Paternoster, 2008. In press. “Baptists, Praying for Unity, and the Eschatology of Ecumenism.” A Century of Prayer for Christian Unity, ed. Catherine E. Clifford and James F. Puglisi, 115-26 and 140-44. Grand Rapids, Mich. William B. Eerdmans, 2008. In press. “Liturgical Theology.” The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, ed. George Thomas Kurian. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, forthcoming 2008. In press. “Gregory of Nyssa.” The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, ed. George Thomas Kurian. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, forthcoming 2008. In press. “Universalism.” The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, ed. George Thomas Kurian. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, forthcoming 2008. In press. “Patristics.” The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, ed. George Thomas Kurian. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, forthcoming 2008. In press.

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Theological Reference Librarian and Assistant Professor of New Testament Book Review Acts in Its Literary Context: A Classicist Looks at the Acts of the Apostles by Loveday C. A. Alexander and The Message of Acts in Codex Bezae: A Comparison with the Alexandrian Tradition, Volume 2: Acts 6.1-12.25: From Judaea and Samaria to the Church in Antioch by Josep Rius-Camps and Jenny ReadHeimerdinger. Perspectives in Religious Studies, forthcoming.

Dr. Yu-Mong H. Hsiao Professor of Economics and Business Articles “Understanding and Managing the Y-Generation,” Sze-Yuan, forthcoming summer issue, 2008. “The Working Poor, Payday Lending, and Financing Issues.” Sze-Yuan, PP 30-31, Summer 2007.

Dr. Brenda Jamerson Associate Professor Clinical Research Journal Articles Nutt J., Gunzler S., Kirchoff T., Hogarth P., Weaver J., Krams M., Jamerson B.D., Menniti F., Landen J. “Effects of a NR2B Selective NMDA Glutamate Antagonist, CP-101,606, on Dyskinesia and Parkinsonism.” Movement Disorders. In press. Jamerson B., Herring C. “Pharmacy-Based Clinical Research: Principles and Practices.” America’s Pharmacist, November 2007.

Dr. George Lloyd Johnson Professor of History Book Reviews African American Life in South Carolina’s Upper Piedmont, 1780-1900. Ray Megginson. Georgia Historical Quarterly: Volume XCII, Spring 2008, No. 1.


Richard Stiener’s, Father Abraham: Abraham Linclon’s Relentless Quest to End slavery. Oxford University Press, 2006. Forthcoming for the “International Social Science Review.” Floridian of His Century: The Courage of Governor LeRoy Collins. Martin Dyckman. International Social Science Review, Volume 82, 2007, Nos. 2 & 3:195-197.

Dr. Barry A. Jones Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew Book Review Bruce K. Waltke, A Commentary on Micah. Catholic Biblical Quarterly 70 (2008):131-132. Dictionary Article “Zephaniah, Book of.” The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volume 5: Abingdon, forthcoming.

Richard A. Lord Professor of Law Publications “A Primer on Electronic Contracting and Transactions in North Carolina,” 30 Campbell L. Rev. 7, 2008. “Williston on Contracts.” Volumes 3 & 4. 2008.

Dr. Carolyn H. Maidon Assistant Professor of Education, Director of Teaching Fellows Program, Coordinator of Academically and Intellectually Gifted Licensure Book Campbell University Teaching Fellows Guidebook. Buies Creek, NC. Campbell University, 2007. Editor The Education Landscape: Developing Learning Communities (Proceedings of the 25th Annual Teacher Education Forum). NC Association of Colleges of Teacher Educators (electronic book), 2008. Reviewer Reviewed proposals for 25th Annual NC Teacher Education Forum (NC Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators). Raleigh, NC. September 20-21, 2007.

Dr. Sarah E. McBane Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Journal Article “Non-Hormonal Options for Vasomotor Symptoms” review article. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. 21(4) 26 - 31. April 08.

Dr. Richard M. McKee Associate Professor of Music Program Notes “Program Notes” for “Toccata II” and “Remembrance,” solo piano compositions by Betty Wishart.

Dr. Bruce G. McNair

Dr. James I. Martin Sr.

Associate Professor of History

Associate Professor of History

Book Review John Monfasani, Nicolaus Scutellius O.S.A. as PseudoPletho, Quaderni di “Rinascimento” 41 (Olschki, 2005), in Neo-Latin News 55 (Fall, 2007): 266-68., pp. 266-268 of vol. 55, nrs. 3-4 of NLN. fall, 2007.

Book Review Lee Shai Weissbach’s Jewish Life in Small Town America. The American Jewish Archives Journal 2006: 127-31.

Dr. D. Byron May Associate Professor of Pharmacy Article Arthur-Grube R., May D.B. “Stress ulcer prophylaxis in hospitalized patients not in intensive care units.” AJHP. 2007;64(13):1396-1400. Poster Goodwin M., Drew R.H., May D.B., Scates A., Dodds-Ashley E. “Morality Rates of Patients Treated with Drotrecogin alfa for Severe Sepsis Based on PROWESS Eligibility.” Poster. Submitted, 2007. ACCP Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Journal Article “Luther, Calvin and the Exegetical Tradition of Melchisedec.” Luther Digest, 15 (2007): 103-7. Reprint of article in Review and Expositor, 101 (2004): 747-61.

Dr. Shahriar Mostashari Associate Dean for External Relations and Professor of Business Book Review Economics 7th ed., Colander, MacGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008.

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Publications Bruce P. Powers Langston Professor of Christian Education Book Church Administration Handbook, Third Edition. Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 2008.

Daniel M. Rodgers Assistant Professor of Art and Design Other Creative Professional Activity Fall 07: State Fair of North Carolina-Professional Fine Art Exhibit, Raleigh, NC. Juried.

Dr. Michael Ray Smith Professor of Mass Communication Essays “News + anything = bias.” In Robert H. Woods Jr. and Quentin Schultze (Eds.) Understanding Evangelical Media: The Changing Face of Christian Communication. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press. 2008. “HWJRN = WWJD?” In Robert H. Woods Jr. and Quentin Schultze (Eds.) Understanding Evangelical Media: The Changing Face of Christian Communication. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press. 2008. “Get your mojo workin in local news.” In Robert H. Woods Jr. and Quentin Schultze (Eds.) Understanding Evangelical Media: The Changing Face of Christian Communication. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press. 2008. “What are the alternatives to mainstream mass media?” In Robert H. Woods Jr. and Quentin Schultze (Eds.) Understanding Evangelical Media: The Changing Face of Christian Communication. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press. 2008. “What scandal is most likely to wreck the church?” In Robert H. Woods Jr. and Quentin Schultze (Eds.) Understanding Evangelical Media: The Changing Face of Christian Communication. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press. 2008.

Dr. Peggy Smith Assistant Professor, Coordinator of Master of School Administration program Book Revised the M.S.A handbook to reflect new North Carolina Standards for School Executives.

Dr. Jaclyn Stanke Associate Professor of History Book Review The Unexpected Exodus: How the Cold War Displaced One Southern Town. Louise Cassels. The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians 16 (April 2008), 153-6. Encycopedia Entries “Winston Churchill” and “European Defense Community,” for The Encyclopedia of the Cold War, edited by Ruud van Dijk, et al. New York: Routledge Publishers, 2008.

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Dr. Wendy G. Stough Associate Professor of Clinical Research, School of Pharmacy Journal Articles Fonarow G.C., Abraham W.T., Albert N.M., Stough W.G., Gheorghiade M., Greenberg B.H., OConnor C.M., Sun J.L., Yancy C.W., Young J.B. “Carvedilol use at discharge in patients hospitalized for heart failure is associated with improved survival: An analysis from the Organized Program to Initiate Lifesaving Treatment in Hospitalized Patients with Heart Failure (OPTIMIZE-HF).” American Heart Journal 2007; 153:82-91. Zannad F., Stough W.G., Pitt B., Cleland J.G., Adams K.F., Geller N.L., Torp-Pedersen C., Kirwan B.A., Follath F. “Heart failure as an endpoint in heart failure and non-heart failure cardiovascular clinical trials: the need for a consensus definition.” European Heart Journal 2008; 29:413-421. Young J.B., Abraham W.T., Albert N.M., Stough W.G., Gheorghiade M., Greenberg B.H., OConnor C.M., She L., Sun J.L., Fonarow G.C. “Relation of low hemoglobin and anemia to morbidity and mortality in patients hospitalized with heart failure: insights from the OPTIMIZE-HF registry.” American Journal of Cardiology 2008; 101:223-230. Fonarow G.C., Abraham W.T., Albert N.M., Stough W.G., Gheorghiade M., Greenberg B.H., OConnor C.M., Sun J.L., Yancy C.W., Young J.B. “Prospective evaluation of beta blocker use at the time of hospital discharge as a heart failure performance measure: results from OPTIMIZEHF.” Journal of Cardiac Failure 2007;13:722-731. Gheorghiade M., Rossi J.S., Cotts W., Shin D.D., Hellkamp A.S., Pina I.L., Fonarow G.C., DeMarco T., Pauly D.F., Rogers J., DiSalvo T.G., Butler J., Hare J.M., Francis G.S., Stough W.G., OConnor C.M. “Characterization and prognostic value of persistent hyponatremia in patients with severe heart failure in the ESCAPE trial.” Archives of Internal Medicine 2007;167:1998-2005.


Publications Hasselblad V., Stough W.G., Shah M.R., Lokhnygina Y., OConnor C.M., Califf R.M., Adams K.F. “Relation between dose of loop diuretics and outcomes in a heart failure population: results of the ESCAPE trial.” European Journal of Heart Failure 2007; 9:1064-1069. Fonarow G.C., Stough W.G., Abraham W.T., Albert N.M., Gheorghiade M., Greenberg B.H., OConnor C.M., Sun J.L., Yancy C.W., Young J.B. “Characteristics, treatments, and outcomes of patients with preserved systolic function hospitalized for heart failure: a report from the OPTIMIZE-HF registry.” Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2007; 50:768-77. Fonarow G.C., Abraham W.T., Albert N.M., Stough W.G., Gheorghiade M., Greenberg B.H., OConnor C.M., Pieper K., Sun J.L., Yancy C.W., Young J.B. “Influence of a performance improvement initiative on quality of care for patients hospitalized with heart failure: results of the Organized Program to Initiate Lifesaving Treatment in Hospitalized Patients with Heart Failure (OPTIMIZEHF).” Archives of Internal Medicine 2007; 167:1493-1502. Rossi J., Bayram M., Udelson J.E., Lloyd-Jones D., Adams K.F., OConnor C.M., Stough W.G., Ouyang J., Shin D.D., Orlandi C., Gheorghiade M. “Improvement in hyponatremia during hospitalization for worsening heart failure is associated with improved outcomes: insights from the Acute and Chronic Therapeutic Impact of a Vasopressin Antagonist in Chronic Heart Failure (ACTIV in CHF) trial.” Acute Cardiac Care 2007;9:82-6.

Gheorghiade M., Abraham W.T., Albert N.M., Stough W.G., Greenberg B.H., OConnor C.M., She L., Yancy C.W., Young J., Fonarow G.C. “Relationship between admission serum sodium concentration and clinical outcomes in patients hospitalized for heart failure: an analysis from the OPTIMIZEHF registry.” European Heart Journal 2007; 28:980-988. Fonarow G.C., Abraham W.T., Albert N.M., Stough W.G., Gheorghiade M., Greenberg B.H., OConnor C.M., Pieper K., Sun J.L., Yancy C.W., Young J.B. “Association between performance measures and clinical outcomes for patients hospitalized with heart failure.” JAMA 2007; 297:61-70.

Dr. Larry N. Swanson Professor and Chairman, Department of Pharmacy Practice Books Shargel L., Mutnick A.H., Souney P.F., Swanson L.N. Comprehensive Pharmacy Review. 6th edition. Baltimore: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007. Mutnick A.H., Souney P.F., Swanson L.N., Shargel L. Comprehensive Pharmacy Review - Practice Exams. 6th edition. Baltimore: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008.

Dr. Michelle S. Thomas

Greenberg B.H., Abraham W.T., Albert N.M., Chiswell K., Clare R., Stough W.G., Gheorghiade M., OConnor C.M., Sun J.L., Yancy C.W., Young J.B., Fonarow G.C. “Influence of diabetes on characteristics and outcomes in patients hospitalized with heart failure: a report from the Organized Program to Initiate Lifesaving Treatment in Hospitalized Patients with Heart Failure (OPTIMIZE-HF).” American Heart Journal 2007; 154:277.e1-8.

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

Stough W.G., Zannad F., Pitt B., Goldstein S. “Globalization of cardiovascular clinical research: the balance between meeting medical needs and maintaining scientific standards.” American Heart Journal 2007; 154:232-8.

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Filippatos G., Rossi J., Lloyd-Jones D.M., Stough W.G., Ouyang J., Shin D.D., OConnor C.M, Adams K.F., Orlandi C., Gheorghiade M. “Prognostic value of blood urea nitrogen in patients hospitalized with worsening heart failure: insights from the Acute and Chronic Therapeutic Impact of a Vasopressin Antagonist in Chronic Heart Failure (ACTIV in CHF) study.” Journal of Cardiac Failure 2007; 13:360-4. Fonarow G.C., Yancy C.W., Albert N.M., Curtis A.B., Stough W.G., Gheorghiade M., Heywood J.T., Mehra M., OConnor C.M., Reynolds D., Walsh M.N. “Improving the use of evidence-based heart failure therapies in the outpatient setting: the IMPROVE-HF performance improvement registry.” American Heart Journal 2007; 154:12-38. Albert N.M., Fonarow G.C., Abraham W.T., Chiswell K., Stough W.G., Gheorghiade M., Greenberg B.H., OConnor C.M., Sun J.L., Yancy C.W., Young J.B. “Predictors of delivery of hospital-based heart failure patient education: a report from OPTIMIZE-HF.” Journal of Cardiac Failure 2007; 13:189-98. Rodgers J.E., Stough W.G. “Underutilization of evidencebased therapies in heart failure: the pharmacists role.” Pharmacotherapy 2007; 27(4 pt 2):18S-28S.

Book Review Enger, E., F. Ross, D. Bailey. Concepts in Biology 12th edition, McGraw Hill, 2007.

Dr. Tina H. Thornhill Journal Articles Thornhill T.H., Smith LS. “Aging and Sexuality - Dispelling the Myths.” US Pharmacist 2007; 32(6): HS5-HS18. “Consolidating The Defense-Industrial Base in the PostCold War Era: Budgetary Priorities & Procurement Policies in the U.S. & Western Europe.” Public Finance and Management.(refereed e-journal). Volume Seven, Number 3 (2007). http://www.spaef.com/PFM_PUB/index.html

Dr. Mary L. Townsend Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Journal Articles Pound M.W., Townsend, M.L. “Treatment of Infectious Endocarditis.” U.S. Pharmacist 2007;32 (5):HS32-HS43. Luna B., Townsend M.L. “Tipranavir: The First Nonpeptidic Protease Inhibitor for the Treatment of Protease Resistance.” Clinical Therapeutics 2007; 29 (11):2309-2318. Townsend M.L., Pound M.W., Drew R.H . “Tigecycline in the Treatment of Complicated Intra-abdominal Infections and Complicated Skin and Skin Structure Infections.” Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management, 2007; 3 (6):1-12. Townsend M.L., Hollowell S.B., Bhalodia J., Wilson K.H., Kaye K.S., Johnson M.D. “A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Lipid-Lowering Therapy Between HIV and Non-HIVInfected Subjects with Hyperlipidemia.” International Journal of STD and AIDS, 2007; 18 (12):851-855.

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Publications Larkin N. Tysor Associate Professor of Art Art Exhibitions The 2007, Nellie Allen Smith Commemorative, Juried Pottery, Competition. September 28, 2007 Cape Fear Studios, Inc. Feyetteville NC Displayed Two Porcelain Vessels Sponsored by: Cape Fear Studios, Inc. The Arts Council of Fayetteville and Cumberland County The North Carolina Arts Council The Gerald and Naoma Ellison Advised Fund of Cumberland Community Foundation Inc., and Susanne Kohrman.

E. Bert Wallace Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Journal Article “The Ptydepe Word Meaning _ÇÿWombat Has 319 Letters’: An Information-age View of Technology and Satire in the Works of Vaclav Havel.” Theatre Symposium 16. 2008.

Dr. Howard Moran (Ran) Whitley Associate Professor of Music Education Music Compositions “Barnyard Bounce.” (2 Octave Boomwhackers with Optional Bass), Macie Publishing Company: Rockaway, NJ. 2008. “Dinosaur Stomp.” (2 Octave Boomwhackers with Optional Bass), Macie Publishing Company: Rockaway, NJ. 2008. “Stately Prelude.” (2 Octave Boomwhackers with Optional Bass), Macie Publishing Company: Rockaway, NJ. 2008.

Claudia M. Williams Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Reviewer Biology, Unity and Diversity of Life by Starr. 12th edition. Centgage Learning Publishers. Introduction to the Human Body by Tortora. 7th edition. John Wiley Publisher.

William A. Woodruff Professor of Law Article Woodruff, W.A. and Brueker, A., “The Bologna Process and German Legal Education: Developing Professional Competence Through Clinical Experiences,” German Law Journal. May 2008.

Dr. Taek H. You Assistant Professor of Biology Journal Article Taek H. You, Mi K. Lee, Jeremy L. Jenkins, Oscar Alzate and Donald H. Dean. “Blocking binding of, Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1Aa to Bombyx mori cadherin receptor results in only a minor reduction of toxicity.” BMC Biochemistry 9:3. 2008.

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Presentations Michael L. Adams Assistant Professor of Medicinal Chemistry Continuing Education “Drugs of Abuse: A Brief Overview.” Campbell University School of Pharmacy Alumni Association Annual Alumni Weekend, Greensboro, NC, April 2008.

Dr. Connie L. Barnes Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Director of Drug Information Professional Meeting Kokosa S., Smith J., Barnes C.L., et al. “Accuracy and Precision of Two Commercially Available Blood Glucose Monitors.” Southeastern Residency Conference, Athens, GA, May 2008. Kokosa S., Smith J., Barnes C.L., et al. “Accuracy and Precision of Two Commercially Available Blood Glucose Monitors.” Resident Poster Presentation. ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, December 2007. Brown J.N., Barnes C.L., Beasley B., et al. “Impact of Emergency Department Assigned Pharmacists on Medication Error Reduction.” Southeastern Residency Conference, Athens, GA, April 2008.

Dr. John G. Bartlett Assistant Professor of Biology Professional Meetings Brown A., Jacomet T., McCommons S., Bartlett J. “Anthropogenic Influences on Pond Water Quality and Biotic Integrity - Implications for Stormwater Management.” Collegiate Academy of the North Carolina Academy of Science (CANCAS) Annual Meeting. Greensboro, NC, March 2008. H. Macmoyle, K. Tabor and J. Bartlett. “New Method for Surveying Frogs and Toads Yields Rare Species.” NC Student Academy of Science State Competition. NC School for Science and Math, Durham, NC. March 14, 2008.

James A. Boyd

Dr. Timothy J. Bloom

Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Presentations Pharmacy Law Update, Cape Fear Pharmacists Association, February 19, 2008, Fayetteville, NC.

Poster Presentations Presented a poster titled “Western Blot and RT-PCR Analysis of Phosphodiesterase (PDE4) Expression in Mouse Leg Muscle” at the Experimental Biology 2008 meeting in San Diego, CA. Presented a poster titled “Teaching Scientific Literacy in an Undergraduate Program through a Combination of Reading and Graded Presentations” at the Experimental Biology 2008 Meeting in San Diego, CA.

RXTRA Profit Workshop and Meeting, Facilitator and Speaker, Rocky Mount, NC September 20-22, 2007. RXTRA Profit Workshop and Meeting, Facilitator and Speaker, Chicago, IL May 2-7, 2008. Boyd J.A., Schmidt R.J., Pharmacy Law Update 2007, web-based programs, available on-line April 2007-December, 2007. Boyd J.A., Schmidt R.J., Pharmacy Law Update 2008, web-based programs, available on-line April 2008-December, 2008.

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Dr. Tony W Cartledge

Dr. Michael G. Cogdill

Associate Professor of Old Testament, Divinity School

Dean and Professor of Pastoral Leadership

Presentations “The Book of Nehemiah,” series of lectures at Forest Hills Baptist Church, Raleigh, N.C., August 2007.

Presentations “Understanding God’s Call.” Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC, March 2008.

“The Book of Job,” series of lectures at Memorial Baptist Church, Buies Creek, N.C., January 2008; First Baptist Church, Greenville, S.C., February 2008; Viewmont Baptist Church, Hickory, N.C., February 2008; Southeast Baptist Church, Greensboro, N.C., May 2008.

New Baptist Covenant Inaugural Meeting. Atlanta, GA, January 2008.

“Our Baptist Kin,” seminar led at Woman’s Missionary Union of North Carolina “Missions Extravaganza,” April 2008.

Dr. Robert M. Cisneros Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Presentations “Medication Error Update.” Easter AHEC Continuing Education Program. New Bern, NC, Jan. 14, 2008. “Medication Error Review.” Campbell University School of Pharmacy Continuing Education Program. May 25, 2007. “Being Safe with Medicines.” In English as Second Language Class at Durham Tech. Durham, NC. June 26, 2007. Meetings “Where Are We and Where are We Going?” NC Residents Conference. CU Clinical Research Offices, Research Triangle Park, NC. May 18, 2007. “What is a Culture of Safety?” Northeast AHEC Continuing Education Program. Winston-Salem, NC. Oct. 19, 2007. “Medication Error Update.” Campbell University School of Pharmacy Continuing Education Program. Buies Creek, NC. Oct. 13, 2007. “Media Pressures on Pharmacy Practice.” North Carolina Association of Pharmacists Fall Meeting Raleigh, NC, Oct 29, 2007.

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“Live for God.” Baccalaureate Sermon, Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC, May 2008. Interim Pastor Lebanon Baptist Church, Fayetteville, NC, June-September 2007. Snyder Memorial Baptist Church, Fayetteville, NC, December 2007-Present.

Dr. Richard H. Drew Professor of Pharmacy Presentations Presented at an ACPE-approved continuing education program for pharmacists Echinocandins. Miami, Fl. June 2007. Advances in Antifungal Therapy. Cape Fear Valley Medical Center, May 2007.

Adam C. English Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy Guest Lecture “What Christianity is Like,” Bluefield College, invited lecture, November 5, 2007.


Presentations Dr. Edward I. Fubara Assistant Professor of Business Conference Presentation Fubara E. I., McMillan-Capehart A., and Richard O. C. “The Role of Organizational Justice and Ethical Frameworks on Attitudes toward Affirmative Action: the Moderating Role of Organizational Support.” Presented at the Southern Management Association Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, November 2007.

Dr. James B. Groce III Professor of Pharmacy Invited Lectures “Providing quality antithrombotic therapy: Meeting the challenge of national performance measures.” 2008 Minority Health Conference & ABHP Meeting. Atlanta, GA. May 16, 2008.

Invited Lecture Series “Ecumenism Re-emerging: Christian Young Adults and the Quest for Christian Unity.” Staley Distinguished Lecturer Series, Campbell University, Buies Creek, North Carolina, March 24-26, 2008. Four lectures: Lecture 1, “Here to Play Jesus: Why Ecumenism Isnt Dead”; Lecture 2, “One, But Not the Same: Ecumenism 101”; Lecture 3, “One Life With Each Other: The Theology of Ecumenism”; Lecture 4, “Leaves You If You Don’t Care for It: Ten Things Christian Young Adults Can Do for the Unity of the Church.” Campus Organization “U2 and the Eschatology of Ecumenism.” Presented to the Baptist Student Union, Campbell University, Buies Creek, North Carolina, April 3, 2008.

Dr. Yu-Mong H. Hsiao Professor of Economics and Business

“Pharmacy Practice Update: Systematic Anticoagulation Management in the Acute Care Setting, A Focus on Oral Anticoagulation with Vitamin K Antagonists.” Greenville, North Carolina. Saturday, May 3, 2008.

Poster Presentation “Using Cooperative Learning To Enhance Student Understanding in Economics.” The Seventh Annual Teaching Economics Workshop, sponsored by UNC-Wilmington, North Carolina, October 13, 2007.

9th Annual Antithrombotic Therapy SymposiumImproving Anticoagulation in Detroit. “Clinical Pearls in Arterial Thromboembolism-Rapid Cases: Inpatient Anticoagulation Laboratory Monitoring-Case Based Approach.” Dearborn, Michigan. Wednesday, April 23, 2008.

Academic Conference: Panelist Reviewers’ Group discussions on Economics Textbook for AddisonWesley Publisher, 2008 Annual Allied Social Science Associations (AEA section) Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 2008.

“Prophylactic Thromboembolic Therapy Post-Surgery: Selection & Duration of Treatment. North Carolina Association of Pharmacists.” North Carolina Association of Pharmacists Long Term Care Practice Forum Annual Spring Meeting. Concord, North Carolina. April 17, 2008. “Maintaining the Appropriate Focus on Patient Safety and Clinical Data Requirements with Biosimilar eneric Compounds.” American College of Chest Physicians Spring Meeting. Health Care System Issues and Implications for Other Drug Classes. Huntington Beach, CA. Friday, March 28, 2008.

Dr. Terri S. Hamrick Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences Seminar Speaker “Listeriosis During Pregnancy: From Mother to Fetus and Back Again?” North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. February 27, 2007.

Dr. Steven R. Harmon Associate Professor of Christian Theology Denominational Meeting “Baptists and Catholics: Four Decades of Conversation.” Workshop presented along with Curtis Freeman to the General Assembly of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina, Forest Hills Baptist Church, Raleigh, North Carolina, April 11, 2008. Other Education Institution “The Great Tradition and Evangelical Worship.” Workshop presented at Beeson Pastors School, Beeson Divinity School, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama, July 23-27, 2007. Professional Meeting “Dei Verbum 9 in Baptist Perspective.” Paper presented to the bilateral conversations between the BWA Doctrine and Interchurch Cooperation Commission and the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, Rome/Vatican City, December 2-8, 2007.

EconPortal Focus Group Panel Discussions on Principles of Microeconomics, Worth Publisher, 2008 Annual Allied Social Science Associations (AEA section) Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, January, 2008. Invited Speaker “The Era of Y-Generation” at National Taiwan University Alumni Spring Gathering Luncheon, April 5, 2008. Academic Conference: Discussant “Comments on “Formative and Summative Assessment in Economics Principles Courses: Are Applied Group Exercises Effective?” by Dagney Faulk, Indiana University Southeast, 2008 Annual Allied Social Science Associations (AEA section) Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, January, 2008. Workshops Professional Workshops

Dr. Brenda Jamerson Associate Professor Clinical Research Professional Meetings Holland M., Jamerson B., Francis S., Twersky J., Morey M., Schmader K. “Pharmacist Evaluation of Pain Outcomes in Older Adults Utilizing Actigraphy as an Objective Measure of Activity.” American Pharmacist Association Annual Meeting, March 2008. Jamerson B.D., Steffens D.C., Payne M.E., Potocky C.F., Rimmler J., Speer M.C. “Folate Related Genes and Response to Antidepressant Medications in Late-Life Depression.” American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry. March 2008. Burt S., Jamerson B., “Evaluating of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) severity among black women exercisers compared to black women non-exercisers.” UNC Eight Annual Womens Health Research Day, 2007. Mazloomdoost D., Jamerson B., Raja S. “Actigraphy-Based Evaluation of Sleep Improvement during Treatment of Chronic Neuropathic Pain with Transdermal Fentanyl.” American Pain Society Meeting, May 2008.

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Presentations Patient Adherence in Clinical Trials with eTechnology. Drug Information Assoication Meeting, June 2007. Steffens D.C., Jamerson B.D., Payne M.E., Potocky C.F., Rimmler J., Speer M.C. Folate-related genes and geriatric depression. American College Neurospsychopharmacology. December 2007. Grand Rounds “Actigraphy Research Applications in Older Aged Adults.” Duke Geriatric Grand Rounds, February 2008.

Edward A. Johnson Association Professor of Mass Communication ADDY Award Winner Silver ADDY award won for Raleigh Ad Club public service announcement campaign that was created and executed by students under Professor Johnson’s direction. The campaign also won a second place national award for the ad club.

Dr. George Lloyd Johnson Professor of History Presentation “Slavery and Wealth in St. David’s Parish, South Carolina, 1736-1800.” Annual Conference of the Transatlantic Studies Association, University College Cork, Ireland, July 9-12, 2007.

Dr. L. Michael Larsen Associate Professor of Biological Science Presentation Presentation to the Harnett County Board of Commissioners of the final report of the Harnett County Recycling Task Force, February 2008.

Dr. Carolyn H. Maidon Assistant Professor of Education, Director of Teaching Fellows Program, Coordinator of Academically and Intellectually Gifted Licensure Professional Meetings “Making Rain for the Drought-Stricken Kapiti Plain.” North Carolina Science Teachers Association 2007 Professional Development Institute. Greensboro, NC. November 14, 2007. “Science Can Be Music to Our Ears,” invited presentation at Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Eta State (North Carolina) Conference. Hickory, NC. September 26, 2008. “Creating a Collaborative Learning Environment in a Graduate Course: Assumptions, Outcomes, and Lessons Learned.” 25th Annual NC Teacher Education Forum (NC Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators). Raleigh, NC. September 20, 2007.

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Presentations Campbell Universitys Teaching Fellows Program, for high school guidance counselors. Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC. December 11 & 13, 2007.

Professional Meetings “Neuropathic Pain.” VISN 6 Palliative Care Teleconference, VA Medical Center, Durham, NC, May 29, 2007.

Teaching Science through Childrens Literature, invited presentation for elementary teachers in Johnston County Schools. Johnston County, NC. March 31, 2008.

“Significant Papers in Colorectal Cancer.” North Carolina Oncology Pharmacists Annual Meeting, Greensboro, NC, August 11, 2007.

“School Science Laboratory Safety: An Introduction to State and Federal Requirements,” Invited workshop for Johnston Country Schools. September 4, 2007.”

Dr. Cynthia J. Johnston

“Update on Methadone.” Carolinas Pain Congress, Charlotte, NC, September 27, 2007.

Dr. Barry A. Jones Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew Lecture Series “A Day of Small Things: The Contemporary Message of the Post-exilic Prophets.” Winter lecture series, University Baptist Church, Hattiesburg, Mississippi. January 29-31, 2008.

Dr. H. Tiago Jones Associate Professor of Spanish Professional Meeting American Council on education Chairing the Academic Department, SanDiego, California. February 20-23 2008.

Dr. Constantine G. Kledaras Chair, Department of Social Work Profesional Meetings “New CSWE Accreditation Standards and Site Visit Standards.” Annual Social Work Advisory Board and Field Instructors Recognition Ceremony, Buies Creek, NC, April 28, 2008. “Revision of Acreditation Standards.” Annual Meeting of the Baccalaureate Program Director’s Conference, March 2008.

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The Teaching Fellows Leadership Seminars, Cohort Seminars and Other Activities, Luncheon for the Board of Trustees & Presidential Board of Advisors. Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC. March 12, 2008. “Science Can Be Music to Our Ears.” Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Eta State (North Carolina) Conference. Hickory, NC. September 25-27, 2008. Maidon, Carolyn H. and Nery, Karen. “Building Futures: Celebrating the School of Education.” Invited speakers at Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees & Presidential Board of Advisors Retreat, Campbell University. Oak Island, NC. March 29, 2007. “School Science Laboratory Safety: An Introduction to State and Federal Requirements.” Invited workshop for Johnston Country Schools, 191 teachers attended. September 4, 2007. “Creating a Collaborative Learning Environment in a Graduate Course: Assumptions, Outcomes, and Lessons Learned.” 25th Annual NC Teacher Education Forum (NC Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators). Raleigh, NC. September 20, 2007. Teaching Science through Childrens Literature, invited presentation for elementary teachers in Johnston County Schools. Johnston County, NC. March 31, 2008. Making Rain for the Drought-Stricken Kapiti Plain, North Carolina ScienceTeachers Association 2007 Professional Development Institute. Greensboro, NC. November 14, 2007.


Trustees and President’s Advisory Board The Teaching Fellows Leadership Seminars, Cohort Seminars and Other Activities, Luncheon for the Board of Trustees & President’s Advisory Board. Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC. March 12, 2008. Invited Presentation for Trustees and President’s Advisory Board Maidon, Carolyn H. and Nery, Karen. “Building Futures: Celebrating the School of Education.” Invited speakers at Board of Trustees & Presidential Board of Advisors Retreat, Campbell University. Oak Island, NC. March 29, 2007.

Dr. Sarah E. McBane Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Poster Presentation McBane S., Biehl A., Chaplinsky T., Ugwuebu C. “Polypharmacy in the Community-Dwelling Elderly.” American Association of Hospital Pharmacists Summer Meeting. San Francisco, California. June 2007.

Dr. Richard M. McKee Associate Professor of Music

Associate Professor of History

Professional Meetings Musical performance and commentary of piano competition literature for the North Carolina Music Teacher’s Association, September 8, Raleigh, NC and September 15, Charlotte, NC.

Presentations Presentation on “Asheville Rabbi Sidney Unger” for the Raleigh History Club.

“Modernism, Postmodernism and Musical Performance: A Christian Perspective.” Life of the Scholar Interdisciplinary Conference, Gardner-Webb University, Feb. 23, 2008.

Presentation on the “Rise of Adolf Hitler” to William Gage’s European History class at Harnett Central High School.

Public Concert Musical performance of two new piano compositions by Betty Wishart, “Toccata II” and “Remembrance.” Twentieth-Century Art Music Concert, Campbell University, October 29, 2007.

Dr. James I. Martin Sr.

Georgia Martin Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Theatrical Performance Performed the role of Virginia in “The Clean House” at Deep Dish Theater in Chapel Hill, NC, May 2008. Directed “Little Women.” October 2008.

Dr. D. Byron May Associate Professor of Pharmacy Professional Meeting “Nursing Home Acquired Pneumonia.” 2008 NCAP Chronic Care Practice Forum. Concord, NC. April 18, 2008.

Dr. Phillip J. Morrow Associate Professor of Music, Director of Choral Activities Clinician/Conductor Harnett County High School Honor Choir Festival, May 2, 2008. Invited concert presentation by the Campbell University Choir, Fall Conference, North Carolina American Choral Directors Association. UNC-Greensboro. September 21, 2007. Fall Retreat, North Carolina Baptist Singers. Caraway, NC. September 17-18, 2007. South Carolina Baptist All-State Youth Choir, White Oak and Sumter, SC, January 4-6, 2008.

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Presentations Concert presentation of Magnificat settings by Halsey Stevens and John Rutter, featuring the Campbell University Choral Society, soloists and orchestra. November 18, 2007.

Daniel M. Rodgers

Commercial recording for Hinshaw Music, Chapel Hill, NC, February 21, 2008.

Presentation The artist Joaquin de Sorolla y Bastida: His Life and Work.

Concert presentation of “Vesperae Solennes de Confessore,” by W. A. Mozart and “O Sing Unto the Lord,” by G. F. Handel, featuring the Campbell University Choral Society, soloists and orchestra, April 20, 2008.

Refereed Served as juror for the second annual Harnett County Arts Council exhibition. Summer 2007.

Lead Teacher, Choral Music North Carolina Governors School, East campus, 2007 session, Meredith College, June-July 2007. Presented concerts of World Music and Women Composers, featuring the GSE Treble Chorus.

Dr. Ann M. Nye Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Continuing Education “Treatment of Dementia.” Eastern Area Health Care Education, Morehead City, NC, October 2007 and Elizabeth City, NC, February 2008. “Antipsychotic Use in he Elderly.” Mountain Area Health Care Education Center, Asheville, NC, December 2007. “Medication Use in the Elderly.” Eastern Area Health Care Education Center, Morehead City, October 2007. Poster at Professional Meeting “Nye A.M., Kadir H., Resident documentation of the Mini Mental Status Exam (MMSE), before and after a geriatric rotation. Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference. Baltimore, MD, May 2008. Rauch A., Nye A.M., Hamrick I., Pound M., Shelton P. “Calcium Supplementation Documentation in Conjunction with Oral Bisphosphonates.” American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting. Las Vegas, NV, December 2007.

Bruce P. Powers Langston Professor of Christian Education Conference “From Tradition to Mission: Renewing Your Church.” General Assembly of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, Washington, D.C., July 31, 2007.

Dr. Elizabeth L. Rambo Associate Professor of English Professional Meetings “Breakfast with Chaucer: Reading Chaucer Aloud.” Workshop section leader. 33rd Annual Meeting, Southeastern Medieval Association. Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC. 4-6 October 2007.

Assistant Professor of Art and Design

Dr. O. Tatiana Seeligman Assistant Professor of Spanish Undergraduate Students Research “Voices of the South: An Oral History Research Project with the Latino Community in North Carolina.” Roundtable Discussion, Carolinas Phi Alpha Theta Regional Meeting, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, March 2008. Presentation “Voices of the South: An Oral History Research Project with the Latino Community in North Carolina.” Roundtable Discussion, Carolinas Phi Alpha Theta Regional Meeting, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, March 2008.

Dr. Peggy Smith Assistant Professor, Coordinator of Master of School Administration program Presentation Candidate for Johnston County Board of Education to Home Builders Association, Republican Women, Johnston County Republicans and NCAE forum.

Dr. Michael Ray Smith Professor of Mass Communication Paper Presentation “Hyperlocalism and the Daily Record.” September 28, 2007. “John McLean Harringtons Handwritten Newspaper and the Civil War Press.” Joint historians meeting of American Journalism Historians/AssociationAssociation for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, New York City. March 15, 2008. “Ideology and bias.” Paper presented at Communication and Faith academic conference, May 21, 2007, Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC. May 2007. Seminar “Ten secrets to getting your first byline.” Writer’s Workshop, National Library Week, Harnett County Library. April 21, 2007.

Howard (Breck) B. Smith Associate Professor of Art

“ TV Sources and Analogues: My So-Called Life and Buffy the Vampire Slayer”. Popular Culture Association in the South (PCAS) annual meeting. Atlantic Beach, FL. September 27-29, 2007.

Group Art Exhibition “One Hundred Under 1000,” Lee Hansley Gallery, Raleigh, North Carolina, November 18 - December 29, 2007.

Invited Lecture “The Myth of the Woman Warrior in Medieval Irish Legend.” Warfare and Fortification in Medieval and Early Modern Ireland (East Carolina University Medieval Irish History and Archaeology Lecture Series). Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, Departments of English and History. East Carolina University. Greenville, NC. March 20, 2008.

“Fifteen: An Exhibition Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of Lee Hansley Gallery,” Lee Hansley Gallery, Raleigh, North Carolina, February 17 - March 19, 2008.

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North Carolina Artists Exhibition sponsored by the Raleigh Fine Arts Society at the Betty Ray McCain Gallery at Meymandi Hall, Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts, Raleigh, North Carolina, March 2 - April 6, 2008.


Juror: Dr. Lawrence Wheeler, Director, North Carolina Museum of Art.” Solo Art Exhibition E. P. Sauls Gallery, Taylor Bott Rogers Fine Arts Center, Campbell University, Buies Creek, North Carolina. January 15 - February 1, 2008.

Dr. William C. Stagner Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Director of the Campbell University Pharmaceutical Sciences Institute Presentations “API Manufacture and Product Design,” Pharmaceutical Education and Research Institute Course for Biogen Idec, San Diego, CA, January 2008. “Pharmaceutical (Dosage Form) Development: Keeping the End in Mind- Regulatory Approval and Robust Commercial Production.” Pharmaceutical Education and Research Institute Course for Schering Plough Corporation, Lucerne, Switzerland, January 2008. “Pharmaceutical (Dosage Form) Development: Keeping the End in Mind- Regulatory Approval and Robust Commercial Production.” Pharmaceutical Research Institute Course for the Schering Plough Corporation, Summit, NJ, December 2007. “Pharmaceutical (Dosage Form) Development: Keeping the End in Mind- Regulatory Approval and Robust Commercial Production.” Pharmaceutical Education and Research Institute Course: Basic Training in Drug Development: Condensed Overview, Raleigh, NC, October 2007.

Dr. Gilbert A. Steiner Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Professional Meeting Rhyne A., Griffith K., Lingerfeldt B., Steiner G., and Clinard V. “Identifying References Utilized By Patients Seeking Herbal Product Information.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Pharmacists Association, San Diego, CA, March 2008.

David W. Thornton Associate Professor of Government Professional Meeting “Panelist: Militarism and Civil-Military Relations. Blackwater: The Role of Private Security Firms in U.S. Foreign Policy.” Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) 66th Annual National Conference. 3-6 April 2008. Chicago, Ill.

Dr. Michelle S. Thomas Associate Professor of Biological Sciences Professional Meeting National Association of Biology Teachers Professional Development Conference. Atlanta, GA, November 2007.

E. Bert Wallace Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Professional Meetings “Sin Onstage: Choices in Christian University Drama.” Christians in Theatre Arts Annual Conference, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, IL, June 2007.

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Presentations “The Ptydepe Word Meaning ΓÇÿWombat Has 319 Letters: An Information-age View of Technology and Satire in the Works of Vaclav Havel.” Southeastern Theatre Conference Theatre Symposium, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, March 2007. “Sin Onstage: Choices in Christian University Drama.” Christians in Theatre Arts Annual Conference, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, IL, June 2007. Theatre Produced original play, “Quem Queritis: Whom Seek Ye?” Adapted existing texts, wrote new material and directed theatrical production.

Claudia M. Williams Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Professional Meeting Canine Health Foundation Conference. St. Louis, Mo. October 2007. Funding provided by Purina.

Dr. Howard Moran (Ran) Whitley Associate Professor of Music Education Professional Conferences “Syllabic Pedagogy for Rhythm Literacy.” Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA), State Convention, Savannah, GA, January 25, 2008. “Preview of the New Macie Publishing Recorder Method: Be a Recorder Star.” American Orff-Shulewerk Association (AOSA), National Convention, San Jose, CA, November 16, 2007. “Teaching Musical Concepts through Childrens Literature. “ Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA), State Convention, Savannah , GA, January 26, 2008. “Preview of the New Macie Publishing Recorder Method: Be a Recorder Star.” American Orff-Shulewerk Association (AOSA), National Convention, San Jose, CA, November 16, 2007. Teacher Education In-service Training Jefferson County Schools, Syllabic Pedagogy for Rhythm Literacy,Denver, CO, January 7, 2008.

Dr. Charles Dwayne Wilson Associate Professor of Music, Director of Bands and Instrumental Studies Adjudicator North Carolina Central District High School Band Festival, Hillsborough, NC, March 2008. North Carolina Central District Middle School Band Festival, Raleigh, NC, March 2008. Clinician Cary Academy Jazz Band, Cary NC, February and April 2008. Coats-Erwin Middle School Bands, Coats, NC, October and November 2007. Presentation Guest Conductor. Annual North Carolina Music Educators National Convention Meeting, Winston-Salem, NC, November 2007. Professional Meeting “A Mentoring Program for Young Band Directors.” The North Carolina Bandmaster Central District Board of Directors Meeting, January, 2008.

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Dr. Don R. Wire Instructor in Government Presentation Lunch and Learn Presentation on the Role of Native Americans in North Carolina in the Civil War.

Betty R. Wishart Adjunct Professor of Piano Performance “Remembrance” and “Toccata” performance at SCI National Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2008.

Dr. Donna L. Woolard Professor of Exercise Science Professional Meeting Campbell University Physical Education Teacher Education Majors, “Pickleball for All Ages.” North Carolina Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Convention, Greensboro, NC, November 8, 2007.


Editorial Work Dr. Michael L. Adams

Dr. Karen Guzman

Assistant Professor of Medicinal Chemistry

Associate Professor of Biology

Proposal Review Proposal for a Medicinal Chemistry Text for ASHP.

Textbook Review Discovering Genomics, Proteomics, and Bioinformatics 2e by A. Malcolm Campbell and Laurie J Heyer, PearsonBenjamin Cummings for Prentice Hall, 2007.

Dr. Connie L. Barnes Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Director of Drug Information Editorial Board Editorial Board: Evaluations of Drug Interactions. Refereeing Manuscripts Annals of Pharmacotherapy Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, US Pharmacist.

Dr. Terri S. Hamrick Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences Manuscript Referee Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education, published by the American Society for Microbiology.

Dr. Steven R. Harmon

Dr. Timothy J. Bloom

Associate Professor of Christian Theology

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Editorial Board Book Review Editor, Perspectives in Religious Studies.

Book Chapter Review Reviewed a chapter on uses of recombinant DNA for a genetics textbook to be published by Benjamin Cummings.

Dr. Tony W. Cartledge

Dr. Brenda Jamerson Associate Professor Clinical Research

Associate Professor of Old Testament, Divinity School

Refereeing Manuscripts American Journal Health Behavior.

Editorial Work Contributing Editor, Baptists Today (2007-2008)

Dr. George Lloyd Johnson

Dr. Robert M. Cisneros Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Reviewer Reviewer for Safe Medication Practices Consulting of new drug names for safety. “Use of reflection in action and self-assessment to promote critical thinking.” American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, submitted September 2007. Reviewer for Medication Safety Alert Newsletter.

Dr. W. Lin Coker III Assistant Professor of Chemistry Reviewer Reviewer for textbook chapters. Coast. General Chemistry. Dubuque: Kendall/Hunt, 2008. Reviewer for textbook chapters. Burdge: Chemistry 1st ed. McGraw-Hill, 2008. Reviewer for textbook chapters. Chang. Chemistry 9th ed. McGraw-Hill, 2008.

Professor of History US History Advanced Placement Course Auditor Served as a US History Advanced Placement Course Auditor for the College Board, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey from May 2007-February 2008. Grant Reviewer Served as a grant reviewer for the U S Department of Education Teaching American History Grant Prgram in January 2008. Advanced Placement US History Reader Served as an Advanced Placement US History Reader for the AP US History Review held in Louisville, Kentucky on June 4-15, 2007, sponsored by the College Board, Educational Testing Service, Princeton , New Jersey. Textbook Review Reviewed Jenne Boydston, Michael MCGreer, Jan Ellen Lewis, Nick Cullather and James Oakes, Making a Nation, A United States History survey textbook published by Oxford University Press, New York.

Dr. Constantine G. Kledaras Chair, Department of Social Work Serving on Editorial Board Serve on the Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics Reviewer Reviewed 10 abstract submissions for presentation at the Annual Program Director’s Conference at Destin, Florida, March 2008.

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Dr. L. Michael Larsen

Dr. Shahriar Mostashari

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

Associate Dean for External Relations and Professor of Business

Editorial Board Member of editorial review board: Environmental Science Principles, Connections, and Solutions, Twelfth Edition, 2008.

Dr. Carolyn H. Maidon Assistant Professor of Education, Director of Teaching Fellows, Coordinator of Academically and Intellectually Gifted Licensure Reviewer Reviewed proposals for 25th Annual NC Teacher Education Forum (NC Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators). Raleigh, NC. September 20-21, 2007.

Dr. D. Byron May Associate Professor of Pharmacy Manuscript Reviewer Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management Pharmacotherapy:The Annals of Pharmacotherapy.

Advisory Board Member, MyEconLab Faculty Advocate, Pearson Education, 2008-2009.

Dr. Ann M. Nye Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Editoral Review Board The Consultant Pharmacist, 2007-2008.

Dr. Elizabeth L. Rambo Associate Professor of English Editorial Board Slayage: the Online International Journal of Buffy Studies www.slayageonline.com. Medieval Perspectives.

Dr. Peggy Smith Assistant Professor, Coordinator of Master of School Administration program Editorial Work Serve on Department of Public Instruction and McREL Committee revising Pre-Service rubric for North Carolina Standards for School Executives.

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Editorial Work Dr. Jaclyn Stanke Associate Professor of History Project Interview of Mr. Edgar Parsons, World War II veteran, for the Library of Congress Veterans History Project, 15 June 2007 (to be posted at www.loc.gov/vets/).

Dr. Michelle S. Thomas Associate Professor of Biological Sciences Workshop Coordinator Stephen Wagner & Michelle Thomas. “Creators of the Future: Discovering Microorganisms and Their Role in Biotechnology” presented at the National Association of Biology Teachers Conference, Altanta, GA, November 30, 2007.

Dr. Tina H. Thornhill Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Editorial Review Board Member US Pharmacist, 2007. The Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 2007-2008.

David W. Thornton Associate Professor of Government Editorial Board Appointed to the editorial board of Politics & Policy, published six times annually by the Policy Studies Organization, representing the North Carolina Political Science Association (NCPSA).

Dr. Mary L. Townsend Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Refereeing Manuscripts International Journal of Clinical Practice; Annals of Pharmacotherapy

Dr. Michael Ray Smith Professor of Mass Communication Honored Judge for mini-grants for Harnett County Board of Education for the education foundation of Harnett County. Judge National Newspaper Association judge, column writing, 2008. Article “40 years later, RFKs words still hold power.” The News & Observer, p. 19A.

E. Bert Wallace Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Review Unnatural Acts, Allyn & Bacon, 2008. Book Review Theatre All Around Us, Allyn & Bacon, 2008.

Dr. Howard Moran (Ran) Whitley Associate Professor of Music Education Text Review Musical Soundings (2007). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Reviewed the Table of Contents and Chapters 7-9.

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Professional Memberships Dr. Michael L. Adams

Dr. Tony W. Cartledge

Assistant Professor of Medicinal Chemistry

Associate Professor of Old Testament, Divinity School

Honors and Awards Professor of the Year Award (P-2 Class of 2010); Campbell University School of Pharmacy. April 5, 2008.

Membership Society of Biblical Literature, 2007-2008

Memberships Society of Toxicology

Dr. Brad N. Chazotte

American Chemical Society American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Memberships American Chemical Society

International Society for the Study of Xenobiotics

American Society for Cell Biology

Dr. Connie L. Barnes Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Director of Drug Information Memberships American Pharmacists Association American Society of Health-System Pharmacists American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Research Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences

American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology The Biophysical Society Sigma Xi American Association for the Advancement of Science

Dr. Robert M. Cisneros Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

North Carolina Association of Pharmacists

Memberships North Carolina Association of Pharmacists

Dr. John G. Bartlett

North Carolina Association of Pharmacists, Editorial Advisory Board, 2007-2008

Assistant Professor of Biology

American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists

Awards Collegiate Academy of the North Carolina Academy of Science (CANCAS) Annual Conference. Student Paper Competition - 1st Place (Ecology). Brown, A., Jacomet, T., McCommons, S., Bartlett, J. “Anthropogenic Influences on Pond Water Quality and Biotic Integrity - Implications for Stormwater Management”. Greensboro, NC. March 2008 . North Carolina Student Academy of Science State Competition - High School Biological Science - 3rd Place. “New Method for Surveying Frogs and Toads Yields Rare Species.” H. MacMoyle, K. Tabor and J. Bartlett. Durham, NC. March 14, 2008.

American Pharmacists Association National Association of Community Pharmacists American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy New Investigator Grant Awards Committee, 2007-2008 American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Advisory Task Force 2007-2008 Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice Department

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Awards P1 (Class of 2011) Teacher of Year Award. April, 2008. Phi Delta Chi Professional Pharmacy Fraternity, National Advisor of Year. August, 2007.

Membership American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Dr. Michael G. Cogdill

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Dean and Professor of Pastoral Leadership

James A. Boyd

Memberships Council of Presidents and Deans

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

National Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, 2007-2008

Memberships American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Dr. W. Lin Coker III

American Society for Pharmacy Law

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

American Pharmaceutical Association(ASP Advisor)

Memberships American Chemical Society

Dr. Timothy J. Bloom

North Carolina Association Pharmacists(Education Committee)

Society for Applied Spectroscopy North Carolina Academy of Science

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Dr. Robert A. Deutsch

Dr. Edward I. Fubara

Associate Professor of Accounting

Assistant Professor of Business

Memberships American Accounting Association

Membership Academy of Management

American Insitute of CPAs Institute of Management Accountants North Carolina Association of CPAs; serving on Accounting Education Committee American Accounting Association North Carolina Association of CPAs; Serving on Accounting Education Committee

Adam C. English Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy Office Held Served as Program Coordinator for NABPR at Large, 2008.

Dr. Karen Guzman Associate Professor of Biology Workshop Coordinator Coordinated the Collegiate portion of the North Carolina Academy of Science Annual Meeting at University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC. March 28-30, 2008. Coordinated the Collegiate Academy of the North Carolina Academy of Science (CANCAS) Fall Undergraduate Research Workshop, November at North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC. November 10, 2007. Memberships Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society, 2007-2008 National Association for Biology Teachers, 2007-2008

Dr. J. Dean Farmer

American Society for Cell Biology, 2007-2008

Assistant Professor of Mass Communication

Offices Held Executive Co-Director, Collegiate Academy of the North Carolina Academy of Science, 2007-2008.

Memberships International Communication Association National Communication Association Public Relations Society of America

Member of the Board of Directors, North Carolina Academy of Science, 2007-2008.

North Carolina Public Relations Society

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Professional Memberships Terri S. Hamrick

Dr. George Lloyd Johnson

Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Professor of History

Memberships American Society for Microbiology, 1995-present

Professional Committee Served on the North Carolina Historical Societies’ Connor Award Committee to select the best article published in the “North Carolina Historical Review” in 2008.

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, 2001-present Rho Chi Society, 2006-present Biofilm Networking Group, 2007 Biofilm Conference, November 14, 2007, Research Triangle Park, NC

Memberships North American Association of Welsh Studies Who’s Who in America, 2008

Dr. Steven R. Harmon

Associate of the Omohundro Institute, Williamsburg, Virginia

Associate Professor of Christian Theolgoy

American Historical Association

Memberships American Academy of Religion

The Historical Society

North American Patristics Society

Southern Historical Association

National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion

North Carolina Historical and Litereray Review

Karl Barth Society of North America

Society for Eighteenth Century Studies

Christian Theological Research Fellowship

North Carolina Association of Historians

Dr. Derek K. Hogan

South Carolina Association of Historians

Theological Reference Librarian and Assistant Professor of New Testament

Baptist History and Heritage Society

Memberships American Theological Library Association National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion Society of Biblical Literature

Dr. Yu-Mong H. Hsiao Professor of Economics and Business Memberships American Economic Association Certified Public Accountant-North Carolina North American Taiwanese Professors’ AssociationChinese-American Academic and Professional Association in Southeastern United States Workshop on “Teaching Economics with Computerized Experiments” (The EconPort Teaching Modules and other E-resources), Funded by Experimental Economics Center, Georgia State University, Atalnta, Georgia, June 2007.

South Carolina Historical Society

Harnett County Historical Society Foundation, Board of Directors, Secretary Organization of American Historians Conferences Attended the spring 2008 meeting of the Historical Society of North Carolina held at J. Y. Joyner Library at East Carolina University, Greenville, NC on April 18, 2008. Attended the Phi Kappa Phi National Biennial Conference held in Orlando, Florida on August 9-11, 2007. Award Dean’s Teaching Excellence Award, College of Arts and Sciences, May 11, 2008.

Dr. Edward A. Johnson Associate Professor of Mass Communication Award Awarded for the service learning project of the year by Epsilon Pi Eta.

Dr. Mary Margaret Johnson

Workshop on “Using Aplia Homework Management Package in teaching Principles of Economics” 2008 Annual Allied Social Science Associations (AEA section) Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana, January, 2008.3. The Seventh Annual Economics Teaching Workshop, sponsored by UNC-Wilmington, North Carolina, October 2007.

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Dr. Brenda Jamerson

Offices 2008-2009 Community Care Practice Forum Chair (NCAP)

Associate Professor Clinical Research Memberships American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry Member American Obesity Association

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Memberships APhA NCAP CUSOP Alumni Association

Member of NCAP Board of Directors CUSOP Alumni Board of Directors


Dr. Barry A. Jones

Dr. L. Michael Larsen

Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

Office Held Chair of the program committee for the Book of the Twelve Prophets section, Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, November 19-22, San Diego, CA.

Dr. Constantine G. Kledaras Chair, Department of Social Work Honors and Awards Selected to the National Association of Social Workers -Pioneer- Hall of Fame, March, 2008. Selected to the Editorial Board for the Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics. Memberships Baccalaureate Social Work Directors National Nomination Committe, Chair

Memberships American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) International Society for the Study of Harmful Algae (ISSHA) Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society Reserve Officers Association (ROA) Distinguished Order of Saint Martin Association of Quartermasters US Army Quartermaster Corps Award Awarded the Legion of Merit for exceptionally meritorious military service in positions of increasing responsibility over a 30-year career in the United States Army, to include wartime service in Iraq, Kuwait and Egypt during Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

North Carolina Certification and Licensure Board - Ethics Investigator

Dr. Carolyn H. Maidon

NASW-NC Chapter Co-Chair Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Scholarship Awards Committee

Assistant Professor of Education, Director of Teaching Fellows Program, Coordinator of Academically and Intellectually Gifted Licensure

NASW-NC Chapter Recognition and Awards Committee Triangle American Red Cross Disaster Team- Mental Health Specialist North Carolina Continuing Education, Training and Advisory Board for Public Health Council on Social Work Education - Comission on Accreditation Chair, Postponement and Waiver Committee Meredith College - Department of Social Work Advisory Board Fayetteville State University Department of Social Work Advisory Board

Memberships Conference Co-Chair, NC Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators, 2007-2008 Chair, Institutions of Higher Education Academically and Intellectually Gifted Consortium, 2007-2008 Professional Affairs Committee, Delta Kappa Gamma Eta State, 2007-2008 Conference Co-Chair, NC Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators, 2007-2008

North Carolina Colleges Aging Network

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Georgia Martin Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Conferences Attended the North Carolina Theatre Conference in Fayetteville, NC, November 2008. Attended South Eastern Theatre Conference in Chattanooga, TN, March 2008.

Dr. Richard M. McKee Associate Professor of Music Memberships North Carolina Music Teachers Association Member Raleigh Piano Teachers Association

Dr. Bruce G. McNair Associate Professor of History Professional Affairs Committee, Delta Kappa Gamma Eta State, 2007-2008 Research Chair, Delta Kappa Gamma Gamma Iota Chapter, 2007-2008 Scholarship Committee, Phi Kappa Phi (Campbell University Chapter), 2007-2008

Memberships Renaissance Society of America Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy Conference on Faith and History

Dr. Phillip J. Morrow Associate Professor of Music, Director of Choral Activities

Offices Held Professional Affairs Committee, Delta Kappa Gamma Eta State, 2007-2008.

Memberships Music Educators National Conference

Conference Co-Chair, NC Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators, 2007-2008.

American Choral Directors Association

Research Chair, Delta Kappa Gamma Gamma Iota Chapter, 2007-2008. Scholarship Committee, Phi Kappa Phi (Campbell University Chapter), 2007-2008. Chair, Institutions of Higher Education Academically and Intellectually Gifted Consortium, 2007-2008. Professional Development NSF Grant Writing Seminar. Fayetteville, NC. October 26, 2007. School Science Laboratory Safety Seminar. (Received Level I NIOSH and OSHA certification.) July 8-13, 2007. Raleigh, NC. Award Deans Excellence in Teaching Award. Presented by Dean Karen Nery, Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC. May 11, 2008.

Dr. James I. Martin Sr. Associate Professor of History Offices Held Secretary-Treasurer, North Carolina Association of Historians Memberships North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Assessment Team Consultant for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction - Assessed Secondary Social Studies Education Program at High Point University

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North Carolina Music Educators Association

Dr. Ann M. Nye Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Office Held Chronic Care Forum Executive Committee, North Carolina Association of Pharmacists, 2007. Certification Certified Geriatric Pharmacist. 2004-2008.â&#x20AC;? Fellow Fellow, American Society of Consultant Pharmacists. 2007-2008. Academic Appointment Affiliate Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University, 2008.

Dr. Janet L. Powell Associate Professor of Education Memberships Kappa Delta Pi, Campus Counselor American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Campbell University Friends of the School of Education International Reading Association Kappa Delta Pi


Professional Memberships Campus Counselor

Dr. Michael Ray Smith

North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Professor of Mass Communication

Phi Delta Kappa Triangle Alliance

Bruce P. Powers

Memberships Head of People with Disability and Media Committee, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, 2007-2008

Langston Professor of Christian Education

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Memberships Church Leadership Commission, Baptist World Alliance, 2007-2008

Award 2008 Jesse S. Heiges Distinguished Alumnus of Shippensburg University, the highest honor granted by this south central Pennsylvania university.

Christian Education Workgroup, Baptist World Alliance, 2007-2008 Baptist Association of Christian Educators, 2007-2008 Baptist Christian Educators of North Carolina

Daniel M. Rodgers Assistant Professor of Art and Design

Dr. Jaclyn Stanke Associate Professor of History Memberships American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies

Memberships NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals)

American Historical Association

The Watercolor Society of America

Organization of American Historians

National Portrait Society of America (4th year)

Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations

Christians in the Visual Arts (CIVA)

North Carolina Association of Historians

Dr. Michelle S. Thomas

Dr. O. Tatiana Seeligman

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

Assistant Professor of Spanish

Memberships American Society for Microbiology

Office Held Faculty Advisor for CU Foreign Language Club, 2007 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2008. Memberships South Atlantic Modern Languages Association (SAMLA) 2002-2008

Committee Appointment: serves on the American Society for Microbiology K-12 Education Committee

Modern Languages Association (MLA) 2002-2008

National Association for Biology Teachers

Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Association (MIFLC) 2006-2008

Dr. Tina H. Thornhill

Sigma Delta Pi, National Spanish Honor Society 2002-2008

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Dr. Peggy Smith

Memberships American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, 2007-2008

Assistant Professor, Coordinator of Master of School Administration program

Fellow of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, 2007-2008

Memberships Association of Curriculum and Supervision

E. Bert Wallace

North Carolina Association of School Administrators Foreign Language Association of North Carolina

Memberships Southeastern Theatre Conference

Delta Kappa Gamma (Inactive)

North Carolina Theatre Conference

North Carolina Professors of Educational Leaders

Christians in Theatre Arts

Campbell University Friends of the School of Education National Association of Elementary School Principals

Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts

Dr. Howard Moran (Ran) Whitley Associate Professor of Music Education Memberships Music Educators National Conference (MENC) North Carolina Music Educators Association (NCMEA) American Orff-Schulewerk Association (AOSA) Central Carolina Chapter of the American OrffSchulewerk Association (CCCAOSA)

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Claudia M. Williams

Dr. Donna L. Woolard

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

Professor of Exercise Science

Reviewer North Carolina Health Professions Advisers

Offices Held Past President, North Carolina Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 2008.

National Association of Advisers for the Health Professions Memberships North Carolina Health Professions Advisers

Student Majors Association Advisor, North Carolina Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 2008.

National Association of Advisers for the Health Professions

President, North Carolina Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 2008.

Dr. Charles Dwayne Wilson

President, North Carolina Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 2007.

Associate Professor of Music, Director of Bands and Instrumental Studies Memberships The North Carolina Music Educators Association, 2000-2008. Kappa Psi, 1990-2008. The College Band Directors National Association, 1997-2008.

Memberships North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Division of Public Health’s Eat Smart, Move More North Carolina Leadership Team, 2007 - 2008 Educational Testing Service’s National Praxis Physical Education National Advisory Committee, 2007 – 2008

Betty R. Wishart

Educational Testing Service’s Praxis Physical Education National Advisory Committee, 2007 – 2008

Adjunct Professor of Piano

Dr. Taek H. You

Memberships North Carolina Music Teachers Association

Assistant Professor of Biology

Theory/Chair, 2006-2008

Memberships Historian, Health Professions Advisors of North Carolina, 2007-2008

American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers 2007 ASCAP Plus Award for Concert Music

Webmaster and Moderator of HPANC’s web, 2007-2008

Adjudicator for National Guild Auditions, Southern Pines, NC

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Grants Dr. Timothy J. Bloom Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences Grants Received a two-year National Institutes of Health grant of $154,675 for “Altered phosphodiesterase expression in diseased muscle.” Received (with Emily Bloom) a high school teacher workshop grant for $14,000 from the NC Biotechnology Center for “Let it Glow: Using GFP as a basis for understanding protein structure and function.”

Dr. James A. Boyd Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Grants J.A. Boyd, R.J. Schmidt, Pharmacy Law Update, web-based programs, $5,000 grant to develop from Walgreens, April 2008. RXTRA Profit Performance Group, $24,000 grant for financial benchmarking and accountability goals and meeting facilitator. January, 2008.

Dr. W. Lin Coker III Assistant Professor of Chemistry Summer Research Grant $1,000 Summer Research Grant, Campbell University, April 2008.

Jason Ezell Instructor of Physics Research Grant $1000 Summer Research Grant, Campbell University, May 2008.

Daniel M. Rodgers Assistant Professor of Art and Design Summer Research Grant Awarded the CU summer research grant for summer ‘08. These funds will allow me some necessary funding for exhibition materials for the upcoming year.

Dr. O. Tatiana Seeligman Assistant Professor of Spanish Summer Research Grant $1,000 Summer Research Grant, Campbell University.

Equipment Grants $20,000 Obsession Telescope for Astronomy program, U.S. Department of Energy, ERLE, August 2007.

Dr. Michael Ray Smith

Est. $6,400 Laptop Computers for Astronomy program, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Fall 2007.

Grant Summer grant to study The Daily Record and Hyperlocalism, 2007.

Dr. J. Dean Farmer

Dr. Gilbert A. Steiner

Assistant Professor of Mass Communication

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Grant $1,000 for Health Communication Research, Campbell University, April 2008.

Grant Steiner, GA, Swanson, LN, Bloom, E. $27,526 for a collaboration of community pharmacists and school nurses to improve the care of students with diabetes. Community Pharmacy Foundation. March 2007.

Dr. Brenda Jamerson

Professor of Mass Communication

Associate Professor Clinical Research

E. Bert Wallace

Grant North Carolina Biotechnology Education Enhancement Grant. March 2008.

Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts

Dr. James I. Martin Sr.

Artist in Residence $1,100 for week-long residency by artist Doug Berky, Harnett County Arts Council, March 2008.

Associate Professor of History

Claudia M. Williams

Grant $1,000 Campbell University Summer Research Grant.

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

Grant $1,000 Summer Research Grant, Campbell University.

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Dean’s Excellence In Teaching Award School of Pharmacy

Dr. Richard H. Drew Dr. Richard H. Drew, a nationally recognized expert in infectious disease and pharmacotherapy, has received the Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award from the Campbell University School of Pharmacy. Drew joined the pharmacy faculty in 1998 in a co-funded faculty position arranged with Duke University Medical Center where he had served as a clinical pharmacist since his residency in 1980. He has been affiliated with the infectious disease unit at Duke University Medical Center since 1986. A highly sought-after speaker at national and international conferences involving infectious disease topics, Drew has been published in over 60 refereed publications. Shortly after joining the faculty, Drew partnered with Dr. Byron May to develop a new advanced pharmacy residency program in internal medicine/infectious disease academics. Five of these residency program graduates have also joined the Campbell pharmacy faculty. In addition, Drew has mentored many other faculty members, helping them to excel in their research and scholarly activity. Among them are Drs. Melanie Pound and Mary Townsend who have authored or co-authored several refereed articles. “Much of this output and the high quality of this work can be attributed to the excellent mentoring by Dr. Drew,” said Dr. Larry Swanson, chairman of the Department of Pharmacy Practice. Drew also works closely with other School of Pharmacy residents, assisting them with their main residency projects.

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Dean’s Excellence In Teaching Award Divinity School

Dr. George Braswell Distinguished theological educator, Baptist leader and missionary to the Middle East, Dr. George Braswell has received the 2008 Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award from the Campbell University Divinity School. Braswell is Senior Professor of World Religions. “Most significant in Dr. Braswell’s service is his leadership during the past academic year in the opening of the Divinity School’s first Center for the Study of World Religions and Global Cultures,” said Dr. Michael Cogdill, dean of the Divinity School. “The purpose of this Center is to advance the study and awareness of the many global cultures surrounding our own and helping students and others learn effective ways to proclaim the gospel of Christ in a multi-cultural world.” A graduate of Wake Forest University and Yale Divinity School, Braswell earned a Ph.D. at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He served as a missionary to Iran from 1964-1967 and is an established expert in the study of Islam and other world religions. Before joining the Campbell Divinity School faculty in 2005, Braswell taught at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary from 1974-2004. “Dr. Braswell is an excellent example of the quality of professors at Campbell University,” Cogdill said. “He has devoted his life to the training and education of future Christian leaders.”

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Dean’s Excellence In Teaching Award School of Education

Dr. Carolyn H. Maidon Dr. Carolyn H. Maidon, assistant professor of education, has received the Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award from the Campbell University School of Education. She is the director of the North Carolina Teaching Fellows program at Campbell. A graduate of Oklahoma State University, Maidon holds both a Master of Education and a doctoral degree from North Carolina State University. She has worn many hats as an educator, including teaching biology and English at Cary High School; working in higher education at N.C. State University, eventually becoming the director of the Teacher Education Division; and later working with the state of North Carolina’s Department of Public Instruction. In addition, Maidon has been a part-time faculty member of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and worked as an educational consultant and grant writer. She joined the faculty of Campbell University in 2003. “Dr. Maidon has taught both undergraduate and graduate students at Campbell, sharing with them her enthusiasm for the teaching profession,” said Dr. Karen Nery, dean of the School of Education. “She encourages students to think for themselves, to be problem solvers and to be responsible for their own education.” In 2006, Maidon developed the North Carolina Teaching Fellows program at Campbell. The first cohort of teaching fellows began in fall 2007. “Under the leadership of Dr. Maidon, the program has experienced great success and has enhanced the curriculum offered in the School of Education at Campbell,” said Nery.

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Dean’s Excellence In Teaching Award College of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Lloyd Jonson Dr. Lloyd Jonson, associate professor of history, received the 2008 Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award from Campbell University’s College of Arts and Sciences. Johnson was called a “cornerstone of the Government, History and Justice Department,” by Dr. Mark Hammond, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. “Lloyd continues to be a prolific international scholar,” Hammond said. “But above all else, he is a well-respected and inspirational teacher of history.” Johnson is the author of a book on Welsh settlers in the South, “The Frontier in the Colonial South: South Carolina Backcountry, 1736-1800,” and has made numerous presentations on his research in Wales, Britain and the U.S. He has also appeared in the BBC documentary, “Roots in Wales.” In addition he has published entries in the “Encyclopedia of North Carolina History,” the “African-American Encyclopedia of History,” and the “Encyclopedia of South Carolina History.” He has been a book review contributor for scholarly publications, including the “Journal of Southern History,” “North Carolina Historical Review,” the “William & Mary Quarterly,” “Baptist History and Heritage,” and the “Georgia Historical Quarterly” His article on Welsh in the Carolinas was published in “Western Mail,” a national newspaper of Cardiff, Wales. Johnson graduated from Campbell University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in history and a Master of Education degree in Counselor Education. He also earned a Master of Arts in American history from East Carolina University and a doctoral degree in American history from the University of South Carolina. He returned to teach at Campbell in 1991.

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Dean’s Excellence In Research Award Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law

Johnny C. Chriscoe, Jr. Associate Professor of Law Johnny C. Chriscoe, Jr., has received the 2008 Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award from Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. Chriscoe is also the recipient of the 2008 Student Bar Association’s Professor of the Year Award, the second time he has received the award since joining the Campbell law faculty in 2000. A summa cum laude graduate of the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, Chriscoe served as a clerk for the North Carolina Court of Appeals and spent several years in litigation practice. He returned to the Campbell Law School in 1995 to teach part-time and serve as associate dean of External Relations. In 2000, he became a full-time professor, currently teaching Torts I and II, Insurance Law, Trial Advocacy, Advanced Trial and Appellate Advocacy and Personal Property law. In addition, Chriscoe serves on several law school committees, coaches trial teams and was appointed to the board of directors for North Carolina Prisoner Legal Services, a non-profit, public service organization that provides post-conviction and civil legal services to the incarcerated population of North Carolina. He currently serves as vice president of that board. Chriscoe has taught in various continuing education legal seminars and published in the area of civil procedure. Melissa Essary, dean of the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of law, praised his performance. “This award is in recognition of Professor Chriscoe’s dedication to our law school and to its students and for his commitment to excellence in legal education,” she said.

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Dean’s Excellence In Teaching Award Lundy-Fetterman School of Business

Thomas F. Taylor Thomas F. Taylor, assistant professor of Trust, received the 2008 Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award from the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business. A native of Jackson, Tenn., Taylor holds a Bachelor of Arts in history from Lambuth University, a Juris Doctor from Vanderbilt Law School and a Master of Laws in Banking, Corporate and Finance Law from Fordham University. Taylor brings 20 years of experience as a senior trust officer to the classroom. “He comes equipped with a wealth of practical experience in the field of Trust and Wealth Management,” said Dr. Ben Hawkins, dean of the School of Business. “He gives students excellent classroom preparation in the areas of investment analysis, real estate management, employee benefits, trust and estate administration, financial planning and legal and regulatory issues.” Taylor was also in private legal practice for a period of five years. His research interests include consumer protection and ethical behavior in the marketplace, and he has been published in the “Fordham International Law Journal.”

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Campbell University Established in 1887 as an academy with a charter-class enrollment of sixteen students, Campbell grew to junior college status in 1926, then became a senior college in 1961. In 1979, the college became a university and has since developed into a major institution enrolling over 9,000 students both within the United States and around the world. Established as a liberal arts college, the academic program of Campbell University was greatly expanded in 1976 when the trustees authorized the establishment of graduate programs in education and business and the awarding of the Master of Education and Master of Business Administration degrees. A Juris Doctor degree program was also begun in 1976 with the establishment of the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. The Doctor of Pharmacy degree was approved in 1985 with the establishment of the Campbell University School of Pharmacy. The Universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sixth, and newest, school Campbell University Divinity School, was established in 1995 and enrolled its charter class in 1996. Affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Campbell University is committed to the mission of providing quality education in a Christian environment. The University sees the human vocation as living by faith under grace, with no conflict between the life of faith and the life of inquiry. Campbell is the second largest private university in North Carolina. Throughout its 119-year history, it has been led by four presidents: Dr. James A. Campbell, Dr. Leslie H. Campbell, Dr. Norman Adrian Wiggins, and the current president, Dr. Jerry M. Wallace.


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