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Vogel to present first faculty research forum

APSUs Second Annual Faculty Research Forum for 2005-06 begins with a presentation by Dr. Jackie Vogel, associate professor of mathematics, titled Does Gender Affect Course Success in Online Mathematics Courses?
The presentation will be held from 3-4:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 15, in room 307, Morgan University Center.

Sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs, the Faculty Research Forum series is designed to provide an opportunity for faculty to present research findings to their peers, students and other interested parties.
APSU's Second Annual Faculty Research Forum for 2005-06 begins with a presentation by Dr. Jackie Vogel, associate professor of mathematics, titled “Does Gender Affect Course Success in Online Mathematics Courses?”
The presentation will be held from 3-4:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 15, in room 307, Morgan University Center.

Sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs, the Faculty Research Forum series is designed to provide an opportunity for faculty to present research findings to their peers, students and other interested parties.

The monthly forums, which are open to the public and which will be held at the same time and location on the dates cited below, will address a variety of research topics and should stimulate interdisciplinary connections.

Besides the Sept. 15 presentation, mark your calendar for the following upcoming forums:
*Oct. 13, 2005: “Murder Mystery in Middle Tennessee: Provenance Analysis of Natural Sediment Recovered from Human Remains and Its Role in a Homicide Investigation and Criminal Trial,” by Dr. Daniel Frederick, professor of geology, and Dr. Jack E. Deibert, associate professor of geology.
*Nov. 3, 2005: “The Influence of Family Stress on the Utilization of Preventative Child Health Care,” by Dr. Doris Davenport, professor of nursing.
*Jan. 26, 2006: “An Analysis of Psychological Contracts in Volunteerism and the Influences of Trust, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment,” by Dr. Becky J. Starnes, assistant professor of professional studies.
*Feb. 9, 2006: “Marian MacDowell: A Composer's Wife Composes a Life of Her Own,” by Dr. Ann L. Silverberg, professor of music.
*March 2, 2006: “Tomato Clubs as Salvation: Virginia P. Moore's Attempts to Educate Girls to Improve Southern Rural Society,” by Dr. Minoa Uffelman, assistant professor of history.
*April 6, 2006: “Bear, Bo and Bowden: Leadership Lessons from Sports,” by Dr. Roy Baker, assistant professor of management, and Dr. William Rayburn, associate professor of management information systems.

For more information, telephone the Office of Academic Affairs at (931) 221-7676.
Dennie B. Burke