Dr. Heather Rawson, Kim Brown, and Cindy Aragon, have been inducted as members of Sigma Theta Tau Gamma Omicron’s at-Large chapter as nurse leaders. The Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing is the second-largest nursing organization in the world with approximately 135,000 active members.
Dr. Toni Chamberlain, Bachelor of Science-Radiologic Sciences Program Director, recently published “Preventing the Spread of Infectious Diseases in Radiology” in the Journal of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists.
Danyell Gardner, Radiography Program Director at the Newport News campus, delivered a presentation at the Virginia Society of Radiologic Technologist 2021 annual seminar titled “Good Listening and Active Constructive Responding.”
Jonathan Sprott, a Nursing graduate from the Charlotte campus, was presented Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida’s DAISY Award, an honor that recognizes the super-human work nurses do for patients and families every day wherever they practice, in whatever role they serve, and throughout their careers, from nursing student through lifetime achievement.
Kelly Foreman, a member of the Radiology faculty at the Newport News campus, delivered a presentation at the Virginia Society of Radiologic Technologist 2021 annual seminar titled “Radiation Protection: Then vs. Now.”
ECPI University’s Charleston Campus was honored by the Iota Theta Sigma Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. with the Outstanding Community Service Award.
Dr. Thomas Rzemyk, an online faculty member in the Criminal Justice Program, recently published three articles in the Columbia Southern University College of Safety and Emergency Services Academic Journal with two other colleagues. Prof. Darren Stocker (Cape Cod Community College), Dr. Thomas Rzemyk (ECPI University,) and Dr. Charles Kocher (Cumberland County College) wrote a three part mini-series titled “Examining the Prospective Terror Threats Toward Global Seaports: A Socio-Historical Assessment of Prior Engagements and Application of Social Learning Theory.”
Dr. Paul Nussbaum, a member of the EET faculty at the Richmond/Moorefield Campus, has just been named a Kaggle Expert and now ranks among the top 5 percent of data scientists on Kaggle. A subsidiary of Google, Kaggle is an online community of data scientists and machine learning practitioners. In honor of this achievement, Dr. Nussbaum received an exclusive Kaggle Expert laptop sticker.
Campus President Matt Grinsell (left and Dr. Paul Nussbaum (right).