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SUAPP Internally Funded Community of Research Scholars (CoRS) projects

  • SUAPP Internally Funded CoRS projectsDR. DAVIA DOWNEY, associate professor, Public and Nonprofit Administration, and director of the School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy PhD program is leading a CoRS project titled “Disaster Studies Consortium.”
  • DR. SARAH LEAT, assistant professor, Social Work, is leading a CoRS project “Research on Intimate Partner Violence Collaborative.”
  • DR. ELENA DELVEGA, professor, Social Work, Dr. Amaia Iratzoqui, associate professor, Criminology & Criminal Justice, and faculty from Psychology and Civil Engineering are collaborating Dr. Tim McCuddy, assistant professor, Criminal Justice and Dr. Jennifer Turchi, visiting assistant professor, School of Public Health, are co-PIs of an internally funded Community of Research Scholars (CoRS) project "Convening minds to address youth justice and youth violence in Memphis, TN.”
  • DR. TIM MCCUDDY, assistant professor, Criminal Justice and Dr. Jennifer Turchi, visiting assistant professor, School of Public Health, are co-PIs of an internally funded Community of Research Scholars (CoRS) project "Convening minds to address youth justice and youth violence in Memphis, TN.”
  • DR. AMANDA JOHNSON, associate professor, Criminology & Criminal Justice is participating in the CoRS project “Socioecological Determinants of Cardiometabolic Health in Memphis: Establishment of a Database” led by Dr. Abu Mohammed Naser Titu of the School of Public Health.
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2021 Excellence in Academic Advising Award Recipients

SUAPP Internally Funded CoRS projectsCongratulations to the 2021 recipients of the Excellence in Academic Advising Awards! In August 2021, the six-year graduation rate for students from all backgrounds and demographic populations was the highest in the history of the University of Memphis, largely due to the hard work of academic advisors, coaches, tutors, student advocates, mentors and technology leaders. The ability of our students, faculty and staff to successfully transition to a virtual learning environment during a pandemic is remarkable and contributed significantly to these record-breaking outcomes.

Arts & Sciences award recipients include:

  • Faculty Advisor Award / CHRYSTAL GOUDSOUZIAN, PHD, Instructor, Undergraduate Advising Coordinator, Department of History
  • Honorable Mention / AMANDA LEE SAVAGE, Instructor/Undergraduate Advisor, Department of History
  • Honorable Mention / BRIDGET WELLS, Undergraduate Instructor, Department of English
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