Lander University awarded two University of Behavioral & Social Sciences (CoBSS) faculty users, Melissa Mayo and Dr. Joe Camp, with the once-a-year CoBSS Part-Time Faculty Awards.
A relatively new award, the CoBSS Component-Time School Awards had been set up in 2020 to acknowledge aspect-time school in the college.
“They insert a great deal to our teaching simply because of the qualifications and activities that they deliver to our lecture rooms,” said Lucas McMillan, dean of the Higher education of Behavioral & Social Sciences and professor of political science. “This award honors all those who obtain beneficial evaluations of their training by learners, as properly as faculty observers, and both support us prolong our curriculum with new written content and/or offer mentorship to students to superior their studying and profession preparing.
Mayo is an on-line instructor in the field of unexpected emergency administration. She is primarily based in Birmingham, Ala., wherever she functions full time making geographic information and facts technique (GIS) maps used in the utility sector. Beforehand, Mayo worked as the GIS specialist for Alabama’s Unexpected emergency Management Agency in which she responded to weather-similar occasions.
Before her occupation, she graduated with a bachelor’s diploma in geography from Jacksonville Condition University, an government Learn of Enterprise Administration from the College of North Alabama and a master’s in geography from the University of Alabama.
Dr. Joe Camp, a 1988 Lander Alumnus, is an adjunct faculty member in the department of history and philosophy, and teaches United States heritage. Camp began his 27-year teaching career at West Virginia University though pursuing a doctorate of philosophy in the ’90s, adopted by educating at complex colleges.
Immediately after graduating with a Ph.D., Camp stepped absent from training and into complex crafting for the biomedical business since he didn’t see any rapid teaching alternatives.
“Didn’t anticipate to maintain at that for the following 12-as well as years,” said Camp. He returned to his hometown of Greenwood in 2015, produced a pair non-fiction World War II publications and taught at Greenville Tech and a personal faculty in advance of coming on as an adjunct at his alma mater.
Submitted by Zach Bennett