Volume 10, Number 2
UHCL student publications garnered eight 2004 Columbia Scholastic Press Association Awards for issues published in 2003. The university’s literary magazine, Bayousphere, received six awards and the student newspaper, UHCLIDIAN, received two awards.
David Garrison, assistant professor of physics, was awarded a summer faculty fellowship to work with NASA Johnson Space Center’s Advanced Space Propulsion Laboratory during summer 2004.
Paula Griffith, adjunct professor and sixth-grade language arts teacher at Dunbar Middle School in Dickinson Independent School District, received the 2004 Outstanding Middle School Teacher of the Year award from the Texas Council of Teachers of English/Language Arts during the 2004 TCTELA annual convention in Austin, Texas.
Mary Ann Shallberg, executive associate to the president, was recognized as one of Bay Area Turning Point’s 10 honorees at the Men and Women of Heart Gala.
Regina Blair, assistant professor of special education, presented options for students with learning disabilities to cope with written language tasks during her lecture, “Technology Support for Written Language Difficulties,” in the Technology and Media Division of the Council for Exceptional Children conference in Orlando, Fla.
Lisa Jones, assistant professor of education, presented “Teaching Citizenship Through Multicultural Education” at the National Association of African American Studies Conference in Houston.
Dianne Love, associate professor of
healthcare administration, served as chairwoman of the finance track,
“Financing Healthcare Now and in the
Craig White, associate professor of literature, wrote a journal article, “The Praying Indians’ Speeches as Texts of Massachusetts Oral Culture,” which was published in Early American Literature. The article discusses the first Puritan mission to evangelize the American Indians in the 1600s.
Shelly Kelly, archivist, published an essay, “Cutting it close at Hobby,” in the Houston Chronicle’s Texas magazine.
James Dabney, assistant professor of
systems engineering, and Tietronix Software Inc.
David Malin, professor of psychology and neuroscience, continues his research on potential treatments for nicotine dependence with a grant from GlaxoSmithKline Inc. for $61,000.
Jeffery Oakley, assistant professor of environmental science – occupational safety, received a $9,346 award from Southeastern Universities Research Association, Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility, to conduct an environmental health and safety review as well as develop a train-the-trainer class.
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