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FACULTY HIGHLIGHTS 

Publications 2009-2010  

  • Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics) published "Spectroelectrochemical Characterization of Pain Biomarkers" (coauthored by Omole, Noah, Zhou, Almaletti, Sadik, Gilchrist, et.al) in the July 2009 issue of Analytical Biochemistry.
     
  • Desire Baloubi, PhD, (Chair, Department of Humanities) published The Africa We Know (Tapestry Press). The Africa We Know features a collection of works from authors that highlight reflections on "reading and writing across disciplines in African and Liberal Studies programs." 

  • Timothy Brock, EdD, (Divinity School) coedited "Teaching the Bible in a Congregational Context" and wrote "Exploring an Experiential Bible Study Model in the Baptist Context," which were both published in Review and Expositor, Volume 107.2 in 2010.  

  • Derek Greenfield, published "Educators’ Perspectives on Culturally Relevant Programs for Academic Success: The American Excellence Association" (coauthored by DeCuir-Gunby and Taliaferro) in the January 2010 issue of Education and Urban Society.

  • Kandace Harris, PhD, (Chair, Department of Mass Communications) published "Steroids in the Sports Era: Olympics, Baseball and Congress" in Conflicts in American History, Volume 8, Toward the Twenty-first Century: 1974–Present, edited by Trodd et al. 

  • Cheryl Kirk-Duggan, PhD, (Divinity School) published "Job" an introductory essay to the book, People’s Bible: New Revised Standard Version with Apocryha (Fortress Press). She co-edited The Africana Bible: A Commentary (Fortress Press) and Women and Religion in the World: Christianity (Greenwood/Praeger). Professor Kirk-Dugan’s other publishing credits from 2009 include "Mother Goose, Mother Jones, Mommy Dearest: Mother/Daughter, Mother/Son Relationships in the Bible," published in Semeia Studies, volume 61.1; "Laughing and Dancing with God: A spirituality of Writing," published in InSpiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality, volume 10.1; and a review of Making a Way Out of No Way by Monica Coleman (Fortress Press) published in Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology 64.3 (2010).

Publications 2010-2011

  • Helen Asemota, PhD, (Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics) published "Comparative Effects of Dietary Administered Transgenic and Conventional Papaya on Selected Intestinal Parameters in Rat Models" (coauthored by Powell, Wheatley, Omoruyi, Williams, and Tennant) in Transgenic Research, volume 19, 2010. 

  • Bennett Edwards, PhD, and Joseph Palmer, MS, (Department of Allied Health Professions) published "Effects of Massage Therapy on African Americans with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Pilot Study," in Complimentary Health Practice Reviews, 15.3, 2010.  

  • Farrukh Hakeem, PhD, (Department of Social Sciences) published Crime and Punishment in United Arab Emirates and Crime and Punishment in Qatar (Greenwood Press). 

  • Kandace Harris, PhD, (Chair, Department of Mass Communications) published Black History Dot Com: The Role of Social Media Technology in Linking the Black Atlantic in the Barack Obama Campaign (Lindenwood University Press), edited by German and Banerjee.

  • Kandace Harris, PhD, (Chair, Department of Mass Communications) published "Acting Like a Lady and Doing Me: Rejecting the 'Strong Black Woman' Stereotype, Sexism, and Settlingin With this Ph.D., I thee Wed: Experiences of Single African- American Women Professors, edited by Gilchrist (Lexington Books). She also published Black History Dot Com: The Role of Social Media Technology in Linking the Black Atlantic in the Barack Obama Campaign (Lindenwood University Press), edited by German and Banerjee.

  • Abdennaceur Karoui, PhD, (Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics) published "A Density Functional Study of the Atomic Structure, Formation Energy, and Vibrational Properties of N-N and N-O Defects in Nitrogen Doped Silicon" (coauthored by Shatout) in the Journal of Applied Physics, August, 2010. 

  • Cheryl Kirk-Duggan, PhD, (Divinity School) was a contributing editor for Preaching with Sacred Fire: An Anthology of African American Sermons, 1750 to the Present (Norton)edited by Martha Simmons and Frank A. Thomas. She published "Praying Grounds and Contested Terrain: African Americans, Religion, and the Academy: The Matrix of African American Sacred Music in the 21st Century" in African Religions and Philosophy special issue of The Journal of Traditions and Beliefs. She published "Characterizations, Comedy, and Catastrophe: Divine/Human Relations, Emotions, and Rule of Law" in Genesis: Texts@Contexts (Fortress Press), edited by Brenner, Chi-chung Lee, and Yee. Kirk-Duggan published "African Diasporan Religions" in the Encyclopedia of Sustainability: The Spirit of Sustainability (Berkshire) and Wake Up: Hip Hop, Christianity, and the Black Church, coedited by Hall (Abingdon Press).

  • Jeffrey Richards, PhD, (Department of Religion and Philosophy) published War Time Preaching and Teaching (Cambridge Scholars Press).