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STUDENT EMMY WINNERS- Southeastern Channel television students recently won prestigious Emmy recognition by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Winning an Emmy award was "Northshore News" anchor-reporter Chrissy Carter of LaPlace while Allen Cutrer and Marshall Courtney of Baton Rouge received honorable mention Emmy recognitions. Pictured are, from left, Rick Settoon, Southeastern Channel general manager; Carter, Cutrer and John Reis, Southeastern Channel supervisor for "Northshore News." Not pictured is Courtney.
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Carolyn Blackwood (Center for Student Excellence) facilitated a professional development seminar for academic support personnel hosted by the Center for Student Excellence on June 18. Twenty-six directors and professional staff from 10 universities and community colleges participated in the day-long event.
Brian Williams and Eddie Hebert (Kinesiology and Health Studies) presented two research papers at the annual conference of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA) in New Orleans. Both examined the effect of manipulating ones conscious attention on performing motor skills. The papers were titled "The effects of different attentional foci on horizontal and vertical jump performance" and "An examination of the effect of attentional focus on perceptual motor skill performance as a function of skill level."
Dr. William F. Font (Department of Biological Sciences) and co-authors from Texas A&M University and Gulf Coast Research Laboratory presented a paper titled "Discoveries Reveal Evolutionary Patterns of Life Cycle Complexity and the Need for Genetic Data to Support Morphological Descriptions in the Genus Alloglossidium" at the annual meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists in Quebec City, Canada, June 25-29. This research was funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
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