January 2018 Academic Updates

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Richard Pierce (English) had a poem titled “First Century Fishing” published in Saint Katherine Review.

Robert Randolph (English) had a poem titled “Bones and Moonlight” accepted by Appalachia Journal. The poem is forthcoming in the December 2018 issue.

Jamie Dessart (English) and Jill Sunday (Writing Center) will both be reading academic papers at the annual conference of the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association in Indianapolis. In addition, the following students will read academic papers at the conference: Shawn White, Tessa Masula, Rachael Crosbie, Zachary Yonko and Steven Caumo. Three alumni – Nicole Drew, Hanna Megna and Kari Hanlin – will also present.

Xela Batchelder (Business Administration) represented AAAE at the annual Association of Performing Arts Professionals conference in New York City Jan. 11-16.

Lina Hixon (RN-BSN) had an abstract titled “Faith Community Nurses’ Documentation Reveals Most Commonly Delivered and Attended Services” accepted for poster presentation at the 30th annual ENRS Scientific Conference in Newark, New Jersey, in April.

Kimberly Stephens (Graduate Nursing) attended the 2018 AACN Doctoral Education Conference in Naples, Florida.

Tammi Lining (MSN Administration) received an honorable mention from Pittsburgh Magazine “Excellence in Nursing” Awards.

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Student news:

Waynesburg’s PRSSA chapter was named Best Student Chapter at the annual Renaissance Awards in Pittsburgh on January 25. Senior Public Relations major Maura Fenske received the Bob O’Gara scholarship at the Renaissance Awards.

Connie Henry (DNP student) co-authored the article “Efficacy of Different Cooling Technologies for Therapeutic Temperature Management: A Prospective Intervention Study.” The article was published in Resuscitation: Official Journal of the European Resuscitation Council’s February 2018 issue.

Judy Adams (DNP student) presented the results of her capstone at the Update in Care of HIV Infection World AIDS Day 2017 Conference.