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Beulah C. Oldham, director of Disability Services, was appointed recently to the Advisory Council for the Education of Students With Disabilities. The council monitors progress in programs serving children with disabilities, issuing an annual report.

Gina Garber, Christina Chester-Fangman and Nancy Gibson, all assistant professors of library administration, presented a workshop, titled Plagiarism: Addressing the Complex Issue in Any Course, at the Teaching Professor Conference held May 16-18 in Kissimmee, Fla.
Beulah C. Oldham, director of Disability Services, was appointed recently to the Advisory Council for the Education of Students With Disabilities. The council monitors progress in programs serving children with disabilities, issuing an annual report.

Gina Garber, Christina Chester-Fangman and Nancy Gibson, all assistant professors of library administration, presented a workshop, titled “Plagiarism: Addressing the Complex Issue in Any Course, at the Teaching Professor Conference held May 16-18 in Kissimmee, Fla.

Melony A. Jones, communication specialist in Public Relations and Marketing, was a panelist at a Sunshine Seminar at the Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader, sponsored by the Kentucky Press Association, Scripps Howard First Amendment Center, Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues and the University of Kentucky School of Journalism and Telecommunications. As a doctoral student in the higher education administration program at Tennessee State University, Nashville, she is researching how sunshine laws are being taught in postsecondary journalism education programs in the U.S. Jones also competed in her first 5K run June 28 in Calvert City, Ky., finishing at 33 minutes, 18 seconds. She since has competed in three other races, with her best 5K run time so far at 31:05 in Murray, Ky.