ECPI University Faculty and Students Making their Mark

Deidra Frazier, a recent online graduate with a degree in Business Administration, just completed her fourth professional certification (Management Skills Certification, Project Management Skills Certification, Six Sigma Certification, and Human Resource Management Certification), just prior to being offered a position at Norfolk State University.

Erin Durham, a 2011 Web Development graduate from the Greenville campus, has been promoted to Vice President at Waypost Marketing, a leading inbound marketing agency based in Greenville, SC.

Pamela McMillan, Development Manager-University Partnerships at the Greenville campus, and her horse Reno competed in the all-around division at the Palomino Horse Breeders of America World Championship Show, receiving one Reserve World Championship in Hunt Seat Equitation, 5 top 5 awards and 3 top 10 awards.

Dr. Paul Nussbaum, a member of the Electronics Engineering Technology faculty at the Richmond/Moorefield campus, has been invited for the second straight year to judge NASA’s Create the Future design contest.

Columbia Campus – Students Tekya Chapman and Jamie Garcia won first and second place respectively at a PC repair competition held at the Carolina Technology Conference & Expo. The University of South Carolina’s chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals hosted the event and invited ECPI University. In a timed test of PC repair knowledge and skills, Tekya and Jamie were recognized for their skill among thousands of attendees.

Nadia Parrot, Katia Mendoza Diaz, Chris Trahan, Karyl Atkins, Robert Beers, and Kevin Harding were among the 13 students in BUS 328 at the Richmond/Innsbrook campus who passed the Six Sigma Greenbelt professional certification exam.

Dr. Tai Cleveland, a member of the Cyber and Network Security faculty at the Raleigh campus, has published his latest book, Impact of LAN/WAN Security on Databases in Cloud Computing Environment. Available through LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, it is an overview of cloud computing, with a special emphasis on security and how it impacts businesses.

Linda Vernon, a member of the Health Information faculty at the Richmond/Moorefield campus and board member with the Virginia Health Information Management Association (VHIMA), has been appointed as VHIMA’s Arrangement’s Chairperson, and will be responsible for overseeing its annual meeting being held next year in Newport News.

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