Edward J. Lopez, professor of economics and BB&T Distinguished Professor of Capitalism, appeared on the “Stossel” show in May. Lopez joined his co-author, Wayne Leighton, to discuss their new book, “Madmen, Intellectuals & Academic Scribblers: The Economic Engine of Political Change.”
An article by Sharon Metcalfe, associate professor of nursing, titled “The Impact of International Leadership Development: A Shared Nursing Educational Service-Learning Partnership,” has been accepted to be a book chapter in “Innovation in Nursing Education: Leading the Future of Nursing.”
Also, Metcalfe has been invited to co-present “Emergence Technologies: Promoting Global Citizenship and Leadership Through Developing an International Module Through the Use of Technology” at the fall International Scholarship for Teaching and Learning conference to be held in Raleigh.
Two historical novels by Robert Conley, Sequoyah Distinguished Professor of Cherokee Studies, are being released by GoldMinds Publishing.
Kelly McIntyre, graduate programs manager for the College of Business, recently graduated from Leadership Asheville, a program designed to strengthen participants’ knowledge of, commitment to and involvement in collaborative community leadership and connect leaders from across the community.