Phil Mosier gave a December presentation at the Bremen Museum of Atlanta. The presentation highlighted the work and influence of Lisette Model, an Austrian-born American photography instructor. Mosier is an art instructor on the Decatur Campus.
Tami Wells Thomas has been appointed a part-time magistrate judge for Newton County. Thomas is an assistant professor of criminal justice on the Newton Campus.
Neeley Gossett was selected by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as one of eight playwrights to watch in 2020. Gossett is an assistant professor of English and Honors coordinator on the Dunwoody Campus.
Pam Cushenan received the City of Smyrna’s Mayor’s Education Award in the Volunteer category. She was nominated for the award by the staff of Norton Park Elementary School for her work organizing an oral hygiene program aimed at elementary school children. Cushenan is an assistant professor of dental hygiene on the Dunwoody Campus.
Dr. Monica Weatherly’s poem, “Suicide By Motherhood,” appeared in the Fall 2019 issue of Tulane Review, Tulane University’s biannual literary and art magazine featuring international writers and artists. Weatherly is an associate professor of English on the Decatur Campus.
Tamra Ortgies-Young’s political science students presented their papers during the Georgia Political Science Association Annual Conference in Savannah. Perimeter College Global Issues students Sarah Bryant, Alexandra Zarate and Micah Cohn presented research on global public health problems and solutions in the poster session. Honors Political Science 1101 students Vanessa Rodriguez, Juliana Markham, Jimena Fuenmayer and Leslie Palomino presented their papers on comparative nationalism during a panel. Ortgies-Young is a political science professor on the Dunwoody Campus.
Rodriguez also presented her research at the First Annual Dunwoody Honors Research Symposium in December and won first prize. The Honors Research Symposium was organized by Neeley Gossett, Dunwoody Honors coordinator.