Laura Burtle, Managing Editor, Georgia State University
Associate Dean, University Library
Subrata Acharya, Towson University
Assistant Professor, Computer and Information Sciences
Chris Arndt, James Madison University
Professor, Department of History; Associate Dean, College of Arts and Letters
Al Baumstark, Georgia State University
Dr. Baumstark served as Series editor for Advances in Oxygenated Processes (1988-96), JAI Press Inc., Greenwich CT, and is currently on the editorial board for Heterocyclic Communications (2003-present) and Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Journal (2011-present). According to Dr. Baumstark, "My research interests center on the chemistry of oxygen-containing compounds with an emphasis on that of organic peroxides. We have focused on the mechanisms of oxygen-atom transfer reactions of unusual hydroperoxides and peroxides, under mild conditions. We have developed 17O NMR spectroscopic methods for the investigation of structures of organic oxygen-containing compounds. We have extensively investigated chemiexcitation during the thermolysis of novel 1,2-dioxetanes of 4-membered cyclic peroxides. Our efforts have led to major breakthroughs in understanding the control of reactivity and selectivity in oxygen-containing systems."
Kathy Browder, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Professor and Associate Dean, College of Health and Applied Human Sciences
Katherine Bruce, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Director, Honors Program/Professor of Psychology
Florian Enescu, Georgia State University
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics & Statistics
Dr. Enescu has extensive experience with undergraduate research at GSU. Among the relevant qualifications, he initiated and organized for the past 6 years the RIMMES (Undergraduate Research Initiations for Math, Math Education and Statistics) Program in the Department of Math and Stat at GSU, he mentored students in undergraduate research, and acted as a judge for the Undergraduate Research Conference at GSU for the past three editions.
Pamela Evers, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Attorney & Associate Professor
Kathy Fox, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Associate Professor, Elementary, Middle and Literacy Education
Michael J. Galgano, James Madison University
Chair, Department of History
Jessica Kegel, Towson University
PhD Student, Experimental Psychology
Karla Kubitz, Towson University
Karla Kubitz is an associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology at Towson University. She has a Ph.D. in Exercise Science from Arizona State University and a Masters degree in Human Development from the University of Texas at Dallas. Dr. Kubitz is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and she has published in the area of sport and exercise psychology, including studies on the electrophysiology of peak performance and on the effects of exercise on brainwave activity and sleep.
Travis Linneman, Old Dominion UniversityAssistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice
Carl Olson, Towson University
Olson is a reference librarian at Towson University, with twenty years experience as a librarian. He is currently the liaison to the department of philosophy and religious studies, the department of physics, astronomy and geosciences, the department of geography and environmental planning, and the coordinator of federal government publications. He has a degree in history from Cornell University, and a master’s in library science from University of Maryland at College Park.
Jack D. Shepard, Towson University
Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences