Harford Community College recognized nine employees for their publication of scholarly or creative publications and works at Harford Community College’s annual Convocation ceremony held last week.

Each recognized author/artist received a framed certificate, and a copy of the work will be housed in the Library. A perpetual plaque, which is updated each year to honor new publications and creative work, is also located in the College Library.

The list of the recognized authors and artists and their works follows:

Allen, Sheila, et al. “Alternative Certification Teacher and Candidate Retention: Measures of Educator Preparation, Certification, and School Staffing Effectiveness.” Journal of the National Association for Alternative Certification, vol. 11, no. 2, 2016.

Baker, James L. (Accuracy Checker and Supplemental Author). Horngren's Accounting, by Tracie Miller-Nobles et al., 12th ed., Boston, Pearson, 2017.

Brown, Claudia. “From Writing for the College Newspaper to Multimedia Journalism.” College Media Review, 7 Mar. 2017.

Elliott, Bill. “Assisting the Military/Veteran Client: Practical Advice for Helping Those Who Have Served.” Career Developments, vol. 33, no. 1, Dec. 2016.

Lashley, Katherine. “The Metaphor of the Cattle Chute in Temple Grandin's Books.” Disability and the Environment in American Literature: Toward an Ecosomatic Paradigm, edited by Matthew Cella, Lexington Books, 2016.

Mathias, Janet. Black Dog. Greg Moon Art, Taos, NM. “After Dark 5” Exhibition, Jun. 24 – Jul. 15, 2016.
________. Vision Quest: Paintings and Collage by Janet Mathias. Greenbelt Community Center Art Gallery, Greenbelt, MD. Exhibition, Apr. 26 – Jun. 10, 2016.

Mosser, Elizabeth A. “How Students Can - and Should - Contribute to the Rubric Creation Process.” NISOD Innovation Abstracts, vol. 38, no. 13, 22 Apr. 2016.

Pierleoni, Gina. In Session: Selections from the WE ARE THEM Series. State House Building, Annapolis, MD. Exhibition, Jan. – Apr. 2017.
________. “Lamentation” and “The Deepest Sleep.” The Light Ekphrastic, issue 28, Nov. 2016.

Tittle, Lisa M. “STEM Degrees Are Not Earned By Math Alone.” Diverse Issues In Higher Education, vol. 32, no. 14, 13 Aug. 2015.