COCE’s full-time staff and faculty are producing high-quality, relevant and engaging work that contributes to the knowledge base and advancement of their disciplines. We are proud to showcase their accomplishments:
Margaret Donahue, organizational leadership faculty, presented “Personal Empowerment: Creating Effective Support at Work” for the Haverhill, Mass., Chamber of Commerce’s 2013 Seeds for Success event in January.
Dr. Gregory W. Fowler, chief academic officer and vice president of Academic Administration, presented a webinar, “Institutional Case Study 1: Southern New Hampshire University,” for the Council of Environmental Deans and Directors of the National Council for Science and the Environment in October.
Dr. Dina Frutos, associate dean of Undergraduate Business Programs; Dr. Kim Bogle-Jubinville, associate professor of sport management, School of Business Dean William Gillett, JD; and Alexandru Manus, associate dean of Graduate Business Programs, presented “Discussion of a Model for the Use of Technology by Faculty Across a Diverse University” at the Association of American Colleges and Universities annual conference in Atlanta, Georgia, in January.
Dr. Richard Grego, philosophy adjunct, published two interviews with the online broadcast “Skeptiko on “Exploring the Frontiers of the Mind-Brain Relationship” and the implications of parapsychological research for the study of mind and consciousness.
Dr. Michelle Hill, COCE assistant dean of social sciences, and Linda Ruest and Mamta Saxena, instructional designers, presented “Welcome to the Dark Side: Working with Faculty to Develop Curated Content for Online Delivery” at the Sloan-C 18th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning in October.
Anthony Siciliano, associate dean of Liberal Arts & General Education, was a featured artist in Studio Visit Magazine’s Spring 2013 edition, published in April.
Dr. David K. Underwood, humanities faculty, was quoted in an essay, “Man of the People,” in the January issue of Architect: The Magazine of the American Institute of Architects. His article “French Military Engineering and Lisbon’s Pombaline Urbanism: The Case of Bernard Forest de Belidor” was accepted for publication in the Portuguese journal Revista de Historia da Arte.
Jen Varney, assistant dean of Business Programs, instructed a national webinar “Engaging Online Across Student Populations” for the Global Community of Academic Advising (NACADA) and facilitated “Leading and Managing for Performance” at the New England Council on Crime and Delinquency annual conference.
Dr. Lisa Wright, organizational leadership faculty, had her article “Quality Improvement and Organizational Change Initiatives: An Analysis of the U.S. Army’s Warrior Transition Unit” accepted by the Academy of Strategic Management for publication in the summer 2013 journal.