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Levernois Presents at QM Regional Conference

By Cynthia Levernois, MBA Adjunct Faculty, School of Health Sciences On March 18, 2016, I attended and presented at the Quality Matters Regional Conference on Quality Assurance in Online Learning in New York City. The keynote speaker for the conference, Dr. MJ Bishop,...  [Read More]

Lehmann Presents at International Studies Association

Ted Lehmann, faculty program director for the social sciences, presented a paper entitled “The American Hegemonic System’s Eternal and Perpetual Interest in Oil” at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association in Atlanta in March.  Lehmann’s conference paper will become a...  [Read More]

SBT Faculty Present at CFTTC Conference

Angela Au and Jan Tucker, both adjunct faculty in School of Business & Technology, presented two papers at the Creating Futures Through Technology Conference (CFTTC) in Biloxi, Mississippi on March 3, 2016. The focus of the conference was on integrating technology strategies in...  [Read More]

Kehm and Ludwig to Present at Royal College of Nursing’s 100 Year Celebration

In March 2016, Bonny Kehm and Fran Ludwig, faculty program directors in the BS in nursing program, will be speaker presenters at the Royal College of Nursing Education Forum International Conference and Exhibition in England. Their presentation, “Returning to Our Roots: Person-Centered Care...  [Read More]

Excelsior Staff Present at QM Conference

Several Excelsior staff made presentations at the 7th Annual Quality Matters Conference on Quality Assurance in Online Learning in November 2015 in San Antonio, Texas. Excelsior College is a subscriber to Quality Matters (QM), a nationally recognized, faculty-centered, peer review process designed to certify the...  [Read More]

Bachelor Publishes, Makes Presentations

Jeremy Bachelor, an adjunct instructor in the School of Health Sciences who teaches Spanish for Health Care Professionals had an article published on the relationship between grammar and pragmatics in foreign language learners. It is published in a peer reviewed journal titled “Conexión intrínseca...  [Read More]

Zumpetta Presents at PSS

Anthony Zumpetta, DEd, adjunct faculty in the School of Public Service, recently attended the 65th Symposium of the Pennsylvania Sociological Society (PSS) with assistance from an adjunct faculty professional development grant. Here are excerpts from his report: The presentation I made was...  [Read More]

Rozell-Shannon Presents at Florida Hospital

Linda Rozell-Shannon, PhD, faculty in the School of Health Sciences, presented PTSD: Assessing Mothers of Infants with Hemangiomas as part of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Grand Rounds on September 25. She is the founder of the Vascular Birthmarks Foundation, and was the subject...  [Read More]

Robbins Presents at Correctional Health Conference

Judith Robbins, JD, LCSW, faculty in the School of Health Sciences presented  “Beginners Guide to Evidence Based Practice”  at the National Conference on Correctional Health Care in Dallas, Texas for the National Commission on Correctional Health Care.  At Excelsior, Robbins teaches PBH...  [Read More]

CME Staff Make Presentation at JSOU Workshop

Susan Dewan, assistant vice president of the Center for Military Education, and Mark Diodato, military senior academic advisor, participated and presented at the Joint Special Operations University (JSOU) Commandant’s Education Workshop in Tampa, Florida, August 19-20, 2015. Excelsior is one of three academic...  [Read More]