Bluel Receives Fulbright Scholarship
Dr. John Bluel, associate professor of music, received a Fulbright Scholarship to teach at the National Chengchi University in Taipei for the fall semester. He will be an artist-in-residence at Chenchi and also teach saxophone at the Taipei National University. Bluel was also a guest professor at Shanxi Normal University in X’ian, the Central Conservatory of Beijing, and at Sichuan Conservatory of Music in Chengdu in the past.
Larrew Published in National Literary Magazine
Department of English Senior Secretary Jonette Larrew published her first poem in a national literary magazine. “Ben Grimm in Retirement” appears in the Harpur Palate, a semiannual journal produced at Binghampton University in upstate New York. The UWG alumna graduated with a double major of English and French in 2007 and served as editor-in-chief for the Eclectic. A poet, translator and critic of considerable confidence and range, she is currently working on her master’s degree in English.
Dr. Jim Burton, professor of business administration, led a workshop titled "Enhancing Self-Confidence" for the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce 2008 Leadership Academy. Burton has taught in the Richards College of Business since 1990 and specializes in real estate and urban affairs, economics, quantitative methods, international business and computer science.
Dr. William Lankford, professor of business administration, and Dr. Brad Prince, assistant professor of management, researched and presented their paper, “Proposals to Potential Impacts of Speech Recognition on Idea Generation within a GDSS Environment,” at the Academic Business World International Conference in Nashville in the legendary Opryland Hotel. The paper can be read at the Academic Business World website.
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