Harford Community College Recognizes Employee Authors and Artists

Pictured: (L to R) Dr. Theresa Felder, President of Harford Community College; Heidi Neff (producer) and Paul Chuffo (composer) of The Long Goodbye, 2021; and Dr. Timothy Sherwood, Vice President for Academic Affairs. Photo credit: Lauren Raygor, Harford Community College

Harford Community College recognized employees for their scholarly or creative publications and works at Harford Community College’s annual Convocation ceremony held on August 17.

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

This is the 13th year that employees have been recognized. To date, more than 65 employees have been recognized for approximately 140 different publications, works or performances.   

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

Benson, Catherine E. “A Case of Mistaken Identity: Genetic and Morphological Evidence for the Presence of Redeye Bass in the Verde River, Arizona.”  Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management, vol. 12, no. 2, Dec. 2021, pp. 554-64.

Chuffo, Paul, composer.  The Long Goodbye, 2021.

Lewis, Cynthia, “Developing a Successful Dual Enrollment Program.” NISOD Innovation Abstracts, vol. 43, no. 19, 27 May 2021.

Lewis, Cynthia.  “Incorporating Soft Skills Through Team-Based Learning: Applications for Accounting Principles Courses.” Business Education Forum, vol. 75, no. 4, summer 2021, p. 9. National Business Education Association.

Neff, Heidi, producer. The Long Goodbye, 2021.

Wiglesworth, Miriam, “Developing a Successful Dual Enrollment Program.” NISOD Innovation Abstracts, vol. 43, no. 19, 27 May 2021.

Read about all employees who have been recognized since the program began in 2010.

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