Faculty/Staff Accomplishments January 2022

In this issue, we celebrate the accomplishments of faculty and staff in business, history, and psychology.

Administrative Assistant to the Dean of the School of Business Dawn Carroll is an author on  “Peer review of presentations through examination software,” which was published in the journal Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.  The article is available online at

Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems Megan Martin has recently published a paper in the International Journal of Applied Management and Technology titled “The Product Test Scheduling Problem.” The article is available at the following link:

Assistant Professor of History Amy O’Keefe had an article,“The Christianizing the Home Movement: Dissemination of Chinese Christian Family Ideals, 1930-1951,”  published in the journal Review of Religion and Chinese Society in December 2021.

Assistant Professor of Psychology Betty-Shannon Prevatt had a paper published in the journal Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology. The paper, Psychology today: A project to increase diversity in psychology curriculum, reports on a project Prevatt developed and implemented in her introduction to psychology class for the past four years. 

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