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Faculty & Student Research

Dr. Michael Price & Reagan Treadwell

The Center for Research & Scholarship (CRS) encourages and supports faculty and student engagement in research activities that advance the academic reputation of the University and assists students with gaining the skills required for achieving success in the career path of their choice. The following faculty and student researchers are just one example of research that is taking…

Dr. Matthew Becker & Magdalene Lederer

The Center for Research & Scholarship (CRS) encourages and supports faculty and student engagement in research activities that advance the academic reputation of the University and assists students with gaining the skills required for achieving success in the career path of their choice. The following faculty and student researchers are just one example of research that is taking…

Dr. Cameron Sheeler & Levi Schiefer

September 2018 Faculty Showcase Cameron Q. Sheeler, Ph.D. School: Health Sciences Department: Biology & Chemistry Research Focus The research focus is on identifying chemicals found in the environment that are able to mimic the effects of estrogen and the cellular pathways through which they exert their effect. Environmental estrogens (xenoestrogens) are synthetic or naturally-occurring chemicals. Synthetic xenoestrogens are widely…

Virginia Dow & Isaiah Quigley

April 2018   Faculty Research Virginia Dow School: College of Arts and Sciences Department: English   Research Focus The focus of research for this narrowed field is Children’s Literature; Isaiah Quigley tapped into the works that we researched throughout our Children’s Literature course to respond specifically to a prompt from the Children’s Literature Association. The theme for the upcoming Children’s Literature Association conference is Refreshing Waters/Turbulent Waters. Isaiah focused his in-depth research on several books that we studied together and their particular associations with water….

Monique Maloney & Josiah Pierce

March 2018 Faculty Research Monique Maloney School: School of Visual and Performing Arts Department: Studio & Digital Arts   Research Focus My research focus has been branding, creating a visual identity for companies. A visual identity system includes everything from a logo and website to a variety of collateral materials used both internally and externally….

Dr. Jared Hornsby, Brittany Johnson, & Patrick Meckley

February 2018 Faculty Research Dr. Jared Hornsby School: Health Science Department: Health Profession   Research Focus My research focus includes tactical (specifically military and law enforcement) human performance. Since arriving at Liberty in 2014, I along with a team and undergraduate and graduate students have created a human performance program with the university’s Army Reserve…

Dr. Benjamin Laird, Nathan Holland, Elijah Romick, & Casey Olson

January 2018   Faculty Research Dr. Benjamin Laird School: Divinity Department: Biblical Studies   Research Focus The canonical and textual history of the New Testament has been a fascination of mine and much of my recent and current research reflects this interest. Among other things, I enjoy researching the early circulation of the New Testament…

Dr. Eric Richardson & Sara Golden

December 2017   Faculty Research Dr. Eric L. Richardson School: Business Field: Healthcare Administration/Human Resource Management   Research Focus My current research interest and focus is concentrated on topics related to human resource management within the context of the healthcare environment. I enjoy researching topics related to retention and turnover (i.e., pay equity, job satisfaction,…

Matalie Howard & Sarah Blanke

November 2017 Faculty Research Matalie M. Howard School: Arts & Sciences Field: Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising   Research Focus Fashion Design is a wearable art form. There are two types of modern fashion design: haute couture, which is one-of-a-kind garment design and is created with a particular individual in mind, and the other, ready-to-wear…

Dr. David Snead & Blake Davis

October 2017   Faculty Research Dr. David Snead School: Arts & Sciences Field: History   Research Focus 20th U.S. Diplomatic and Military History with a focus on World War I, World War II, and the Cold War I am currently researching the experiences of an American World War II bomber pilot who flew B-24 missions…

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