Examining Perceptions of Organizational Culture at Two Community Colleges in the Mid-Atlantic RegionJamelah Murrell
This quantitative study examined the current and preferred perceptions of organizational culture of full-time and part-faculty at an urban and suburban community college in the Mid-Atlantic Region. The Competing Values Framework served as the conceptual framework for the study. Three hundred full-time and two hundred part-time faculty were surveyed over a one-month period via google forms. Demographic data such as age, gender, and years of service were collected. The Organizational Culture Assessment Instrument (OCAI) was...
Cancer is a worldwide concern. It is the second leading cause of death in the United States after heart disease and the leading cause of death in many states. The most effective treatments currently being used for cancers are associated with significant side effects and tumor resistance after extended use. Previous studies have described organometallic rhenium complexes as highly promising anticancer compounds since low IC50 values can be obtained and they exhibit low toxicity on...
Examining the Relationship Between HBCU Faculty Online Education, Innovativeness and Attitudes Towards ComputersValerie Riggs
Recent research highlights the relationship between levels of innovativeness, the use of online learning technologies and attitudes toward computers. Most of the research in this domain has been conducted in PWIs (Johnson, 2015; Pereira and Wahi, 2017; Glass 2017; Broussard and Wilson, 2018). Only a few studies were conducted at HBCUs (Lawrence, 2008; Keesee & Shepard, 2011; Johnson, 2008). There is some evidence on how HBCUs are participating in online learning, but there is certainly...
Teacher Perception of Culturally Responsive Teaching Strategies That Have the Greatest Impact on the Engagement of African American Male StudentsBrian Walter Scriven
This mixed method studied teacher perceptions of culturally relevant teaching practices as a viable methodology to better engage African American male students in the learning process. More specifically, the researcher seeks to identify what components of CRT are most effective in engaging African American male students. The researcher used a modification of Johnny McKinley’s teacher perception survey on Effective and Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning Strategies as the assessment instrument. An in-depth exploration of teacher...
Salisbury University Faculty Senate's Faculty Recognition and Awards Committee's Bylaws from 2014
X-ray absorbers of the X-ray Integral Field Unit (X-IFU) microcalorimeters are required to provide high quantum efficiency (QE) for incident X-rays and high reflectivity to longer wavelength radiation. The thickness of the electroplated Au and Bi layers of the absorber is tuned to provide the desired pixel heat capacity and the QE. To calculate the QE precisely, in addition to filling factor, we have included the effects of surface roughness, edge profile of the absorbers...
Efficient microbial synthesis of chemicals requires the coordinated supply of precursors and cofactors to maintain cell growth and product formation. Substrates with different entry points into the metabolic network have different energetic and redox statuses. Generally, substrate cofeeding could bypass the lengthy and highly regulated native metabolism and facilitates high carbon conversion rate. Aiming to efficiently synthesize the high-value rose-smell 2-phenylethanol (2-PE) in Y. lipolytica, we analyzed the stoichiometric constraints of the Ehrlich pathway and...
Minutes from meeting of Salisbury University Faculty Senate on April 7, 2015
Findings from meeting of Salisbury University Faculty Senate's Membership and Election Committee in 2014
Bylaws of Salisbury University Faculty Senate revised on May 8, 2015
Athletics Committee Bylaws submitted September 29, 2004
Webpage with directory to committees of Salisbury University Faculty Senate posted in 2014
Salisbury University Procedures for Investigating and Adjudicating Complaints of Sexual Misconduct and Other Sex and Gender-Based Discrimination Against Non-Students, 2014 - 2015
Salisbury University's Procedures for Investigating and Adjudicating Complaints of Sexual Misconduct and Other Sex and Gender-Based Discrimination Against Non-Students effective December 19, 2014
Draft criteria for forming the (faculty portion of the) Steering Committee to Review General Education, 2014
Draft criteria for forming the (faculty portion of the) Steering Committee to Review General Education submitted in 2014
Analysis of proposed change to grading system made by Dr. Brent Zaprowski in 2013
Agenda for meeting of Salisbury University Faculty Senate on September 23, 2014
Salisbury University Faculty Senate's Learning With Technology Committee Annual Report submitted in 2015
Salisbury University's Green Board Constitution submitted in 2013
Webpage with list of Salisbury University Faculty Senators as of Fall 2013 posted in 2013
Salisbury University Faculty Senate Summer Advisory Committee (SAC) Resolution from Summer 2014
Salisbury University Faculty Meeting Announcement Letter for February 7, 2014
SURVEY OF BACTERIOPHAGE FROM THE ENVIRONMENT AND EFFECTIVENESS FOR CONTROLLING ESCHERICHIA COLI 0157: H7 ON ICEBERG LETTUCEJohn DeWitt
Foodborne illness results in the hospitalization of hundreds of thousands of individuals and millions of dollars loss in proper disposal of food. Experimentation during the early 1900’s demonstrated the usefulness of bacteriophages as a cost-effective, easily obtainable, and safe antibacterial agent. Their use in healthcare and as a workplace cleaning agent is still recommended by the CDC and WHO.
Proposed change to the Academic Policies Committee submitted on March 11, 2014