Published on October 24th, 2019 | by University Communications0
Applause, a monthly feature, celebrates the successes of Saint Leo University faculty and staff. If you would like to submit an accomplishment, please send details to email@example.com. Highlights may include external leadership appointments, awards, and notable presentation opportunities.
Tiffany Anderson, assistant academic advisor at the Lakeland Education Center for Saint Leo WorldWide, was recently honored by the Lakeland business networking group, B.R.I.D.G.E. Local, as a Linchpin for the work she has done in the community. To read the Facebook announcement, click here.
Lisa Burnham ’19, a student advisor at the Madison Education Center for Saint Leo Worldwide, has been approved to teach courses for the undergraduate Department of Human Services. She graduated with a 4.0 GPA and honorably carried the gonfalon for the College of Education and Social Services at commencement. Her successes were published in the current Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society’s alumni spotlight. Burnham also is president-elect for the Kiwanis Club, treasurer for the Madison County Chamber of Commerce, and member of the Lions Club of Madison, FL.
Professor Carol Ann Moon, reference and instructional outreach librarian at Daniel A. Cannon Memorial Library, recently published her poem “To My Fellow Submitters” in the Florida Review’s online publication, Aquifer. Moon has her Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing from Stetson University, concentrating in poetry in the expanded field. Her work has appeared in The Sandhill Review, Lipstickpartymag, and Indiana Voice Journal. To read her poem, click here.
Dr. LaQue Perkins, assistant professor for the Tapia College of Business, was named as an advisory board member for the 2020 Teaching Professor Conference of Magna Publications. The advisory board is inviting proposals for concurrent sessions and poster presentations for the 2020 Teaching Professor Conference, May 29 – 31, 2020 in Atlanta, GA. For more information, click here.