Faculty & Staff

New Library Searching Interface: OneSearch

The University Libraries are pleased to announce an upgrade to the library’s searching platform, OneSearch, scheduled to launch on Wednesday, June 24. OneSearch includes physical materials such as books, DVDs, and CDs, as well as a vast collection of e-books, e-audiobooks, streaming video, databases, online journals, and articles, resulting in a single search interface for most research.

OneSearch will also help manage research results. Faculty and staff will sign in to renew books and videos; create favorite lists; export citations to Zotero and EndNote; and browse virtual library shelves.

Look for this upcoming change on June 24 and take a moment to watch this 1-minute video about OneSearch. Questions or comments can be submitted via this brief feedback form

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Faculty & Staff Accomplishments

Dr. B. Daniel Pierce
Pierce Awarded

B. Daniel Pierce, assistant professor of biology, received a $104,500 award from the Thomas F. and Kate Miller Jeffress Memorial Trust for his research project, Determining the Precise Molecular Interactions Between Plant Phenols and the Agrobacterium Receptor VirA.

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Dr. Michael Norris
Norris Awarded

Michael Norris, assistant professor of chemistry, received a $104,500 award from Thomas F. and Kate Miller Jeffress Memorial Trust for Understanding the Reduction of CO2 to Methanol Catalyzed by Simple Amines with a Combined Computational and Experimental Approach.

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Dr. Kristine Grayson
Grayson Awarded

Kristine L. Grayson, associate professor of biology, was awarded $104,500 from the Thomas F. and Kate Miller Jeffress Memorial Trust for her research project, Forecasting the Spread of an Invasive Forest Pest.

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Dr. Joonsuk
Park Awarded

Joonsuk "Jon" Park, assistant professor of computer science, received a $104,500 award from the Thomas F. and Kate Miller Jeffress Memorial Trust for his research project, Understanding the Impact of Argumentative Structures on Helpfulness of Online Product Reviews.

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Shelley Burns
Shelley Burns Named to Wiley BEC Advisory Board

Shelley Burns, director of career programs in business, was named to the Business Education and Careers Wiley Product Advisory Board. As a board member, Burns provides guidance and feedback on Wiley's product portfolio to better serve students in adapting to industry needs and changes.

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Dr. Crystal L. Hoyt
Hoyt Published

Crystal Hoyt, professor of leadership studies and psychology, is the lead author on "Lay Theories of Heroism and Leadership: The Role of Gender, Communion, and Agency" published in Social Psychology.

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Dr. Thad Williamson
Williamson Published

Thad Williamson, associate professor of leadership studies and PPEL, published "'Dramatic Change Will Require Leadership.' A Message to the Next Generation of Leaders" in Diverse Issues in Higher Education.

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Dr. Kenneth P. Ruscio
Ruscio Published

Ken Ruscio, senior distinguished lecturer of leadership studies, wrote "Leaders like Trump fail if they cannot speak the truth and earn trust," published in The Conversation.  

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