Combining two fields of work is something David Bayne (06C) has excelled at with his degrees in government and public health. David was recently named deputy chief of staff at the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Dr. Kenneth Martin and Professor of Organic Chemistry Gary Breton published “Computational, 1H NMR, and X-ray structural studies on 1-arylurazole tetrazane dimers” in Acta Cryst.
Dr. Breton and Dr. Davin wrote an article about the Large Museum in McAllister Hall that was featured in the November 2017 issue of College Planning & Management.
Dr. Renee Carleton was elected President of the Northwest Georgia Veterinary Medical Association for a third consecutive term at the November meeting.
Dr. Bruce Conn was awarded the Diploma Honorificum, Socii Nomen Honoris Causa by the Polish Parasitological Society, at a ceremony in Krakow, Poland. This is the highest honor bestowed by the Society. The award recognizes and honors Dr. Conn’s 20 years of research on parasitic diseases in Poland and with Polish collaborators throughout the world.
Dr. Conn co-published “Ultrastructure of digenean trematode eggs (Platyhelminthes: Neoophora): A review emphasizing new comparative
data on four European Microphalloidea” in Acta Parasitologica and “Identification of immunogenic proteins of the cysticercoid of Hymenolepis diminuta” in Parasites & Vectors.
Dr. Jill Cochran and students Frankie Reda and Maggie Sills presented “Understanding Dimensions: A Foundation for STEAM” at the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference, Rock Eagle 4-H Center, Eatonton, Ga. on Oct. 19-20, 2017.
Dr. George Gallagher and ECO Center Director Ben Winkelman presented, “Oh Deer! Deer Management and Misconceptions for Sportsmen and Land Owners,” at the Rome/Floyd County ECO Center, Sept. 28, 2017.
Dr. Nadeem Hamid presented, “Teaching CS Courses with Real Live Data,” served as Nifty Assignment Co-chair and presided over the corresponding session at the 31st Annual CCSC: Southeastern Conference, Furman University, Greenville, S.C., in Nov. 2-4, 2017.
Dr. Michael Morgan presented, “Sterol transport, Hedgehog signaling, and endocrine disruption: Are there linkages?” with student co-authors James Ross, Joseph Ellwanger, Rebecca A. Martin, and Associate Professor of Biochemistry Dominic Qualley) at the European Coral Reef Symposium, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, Dec. 12-16, 2017.
Dr. Tamie Jovanelly presented, “Water quality and endangered impalas: Case study Kisumu, Kenya,” at the GSA Annual Meeting in Seattle on Oct. 21-25, 2017.