University and high school faculty members teaching in the Eagle Scholars program participated in a summer meeting Wednesday, June 12, at the Adron Doran University Center (ADUC).
The morning’s activities began with several informative presentations. Joel Pace, director of the Eagle Scholars program, offered attendees an overview of the program. Other topics and presenters were:
Faculty 180 and general assessment, Dr. Mark Graves, professor of English.
Blackboard, David Flora, director of Distance Education and Instructional Design.
Textbook information, Julie Ferguson, assistant general manager of the University Store.
Camden-Carroll Library, Bridget Whitt, librarian for distance education and dual credit.
After lunch at the Rocky Adkins Dining Complex, the afternoon featured faculty breakout groups, meetings with school officials from participating high schools and a presentation on plagiarism. Instructors had the opportunity to tour campus and learn more about Morehead State.
Pace said it was important for teachers to attend the meeting because it helped them learn about curriculum changes within their academic departments, remain up to date on administrative processes and meet other Eagle Scholar teachers from across the state.
“This is the one time each year we ask them to come to Morehead State,” Pace said. “It also allows MSU to showcase new programs and facilities and to allow students to demonstrate college-level learning by completing college courses.”
Teachers participating in the Eagle Scholars summer program and the schools they represent include:
Chris Akin, North Oldham High School
Ramona Bellew, Paul Blazer High School
Charity Burriss, Lewis County High School
Courtney Butcher, Sheldon Clark High School
Tamara Cady, Simon Kenton High School
Dan Combs, Wolfe County High School
Catherine Del Valle, Russell High School
Alaina Green, North Oldham High School
Kellyn Gussler, Rowan County Senior High School
Charles Hooper, Bullitt Central High School
Krystal Howard, Montgomery County High School
Mary Johnson, Raceland High School
Margaret Klee, St. Patrick High School
Barbara Leach, Phelps High School
Angela Lockhart, Pike Central High School
Austin Maples, Montgomery County High School
Samantha McCann, Lewis County High School
Terri McConda, Russell High School
Anita Montgomery, Bullitt Central High School
Jennifer Perry, Russell High School
Tamela Porter, Bath County High School
Pamela Puryear, Lawrence County High School
John Ramey, Bath County High School
Chad Rudd, Wolfe County High School
Art Scrivener, Eminence High School
Kim Sexton, Raceland High School
Melissa Shearer, Henry County High School
Zenaida Smith, Raceland High School
Melinda Thompson, West Carter High School
Rachelle Thompson, Bath County High School
Phillip Traina, Russell High School
Samuel Whitehead, Rowan County Senior High School
Melissa Williams, Bullitt Central High School
The Eagle Scholars program allows qualifying high school students to take college classes for dual credit. Students in the program can complete their first year of college while they finish high school, without ever setting foot on a college campus.
To qualify, students must attend a participating partner high school, must have a GPA of 3.0 or better and must have a minimum ACT composite score of 18.
For more information, visit http://www.moreheadstate.edu/eaglescholars, call 606-783-2534 or email email@example.com.