Dr. Saha has more than thirty years of teaching, research, and management experience in university, government, and military grants and contracts including SBIR. In addition, he has more than six years of industrial experience and consultancy. He has authored many technical articles, reports, and papers as a result of his research work.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Structural Engineering, M.S.(1979) & Ph.D. (1982)
University of Calcutta, India, Civil Engineering, B.E. (1971)
1. G. S. Liaw, P. K.. Saha, et al, “Preparing Minority Engineering Students to Pass Fundamentals of Engineering examination,” Proc. 2008 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition.
2. P. K. Saha and P. K. Basu, “Time History Analysis of Laminated Composite Plates by P-FEM,” Proc. ETCE’98, Symp. Composite Materials, Design & Analysis, ASME International, Houston, TX, 1998.
3. P. K. Saha, P. K. Basu, and Arvind Nagar, “P-FEM Heat Transfer Analysis of Laminated Composites With Temperature Dependent Properties,” Proc. ENERGY WEEK ‘96, Symp. Composite Materials, Design & Analysis at ETCE, ASME International, Houston, TX, Book V, Vol. I, Jan 1996, pp 131-134.
4. P. K. Saha, P. K. Basu and Alok K. Majumder, “Turbulent Flow Simulation By P-Version FEM And Adaptive Error Estimation,” SBIR Phase I-Option Final Report, Contract# F33657-94-C-2218,P00002 for Wright-Patterson AFB (NASP), by Encom, Inc., Huntsville, AL, Nov. 1995.
5. P. K. Saha, N. U. Ahmed, P. K. Basu, and A. Nagar, "Thermo-Elastic Analysis of Axisymmetric Laminated Composites Using p-version FEM", Proc. for the Special Papers, IMACS-International Symposium on Scientific and Mathematical Modeling, Bangalore, India, 1992.
6. N. U. Ahmed, P. K. Saha, P. K. Basu, and A. Nagar, “LEFM Analysis of Laminated Panels by p-version FEM", AD- Vol. 27, FRACTURE AND DAMAGE, Arvind Nagar, Ed., November, 1992, ASME, New York, pp. 47-50.
|Structural Analysis and Design - Concrete and Steel||Computational Mechanics||Structural Composites||256 372-4145||256 372-5909||305, Arthur J. Bond Hall|
Professor of Civil Engineering, (Tenured) (May 96 to date)
Associate professor of Civil Engr. (Tenured) (Aug. 93 to May 96)
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (Aug. 88 to May 93)
Alabama A&M University, Huntsville, Alabama.
Adjunct Professor (Graduate Faculty) (May 93 to May 96)
The University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL.
Engg. Exp. Consultant (Part-time, Full-time in summer) (May 92 – present)
Sami Engineering, Inc. (Structural Engineering), Huntsville, AL Engineering Design & Software, Inc., Decatur, AL
Mesa Associates, Inc., (Engineers & Consultants), Madison, AL
(Involved in Structural Design over 50 commercial and Industrial projects as Engineer of Record (EOR) and over 200 projects nationwide as Delegated Engineer for Steel Fabricators & Gen. Cont.)
1/85 – 7/88 Research/Teaching Assistant, Summer School Instructor with full responsibility, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.
6/81 – 12/84 Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (June 84 to Dec. 84)
Lecturer in Civil Engineering (June 81 to June 84)
Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, Dhaka
Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, (May 1989), Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA, major- Structural Engg., minor-Mathematics.
M.S. in Civil Engineering, (August 1984), Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, Dhaka, major-Geotechnical Engr.
B.S. in Civil Engineering, (May 1981), Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
over 20 papers in Journals, and conference publications
Prime author of 2 books on FE Review, one with CD-ROM.
PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR AWARD – 1993
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1. A. Batra, S. Bhattacharjee, A. Chilvery, and J. Stephens; “Energy Harvesting Via Pyroelectric Transducer,” Sensors and Transducers Journal, 138(3), 114-121 (2012).
2. S. Bhattacharjee, and R. B. Mallick; “Use of Continuum Damage Mechanics with Small Scale Accelerated Pavement Testing to Determine Damage Development in Hot Mix Asphalt,” Transportation Research Record, Journal of Transportation Research Board, In Press (2012).
3. S. Bhattacharjee, and R. B. Mallick; “Effect of Temperature on Fatigue Performance of Hot Mix Asphalt Tested under Model Mobile Load Simulator,” International Journal of Pavement Engineering, In Press, doi:10.1080/10298436.2011.653565 (2011).
4. M. A. Alim, A. K. Batra, S. Bhattacharjee, and M. D. Aggarwal; “Complex Capacitance in the Representation of Modulus of the Lithium Niobate Crystals,” Physica B, Elsevier, 406, 1088-1095 (2011).
5. S. Bhattacharjee, A. K. Batra, J. Cain, and S. Meseret; “Use of High Performance Single and Polycrystal Based Pyroelectric Smart Materials for Energy Harvesting from Pavements,” Transportation Research Record, Transportation Research Board, 2252, 75-82 (2011).
6. A. K. Batra, S. Bhattacharjee, A. K. Chilvery, M. D. Aggarwal, M. E. Edwards, and A. Bhalla; “Simulation of Energy Harvesting from Roads via Pyroelectricity,” Journal of Photonics for Energy, 1(1), 014001-1-014001-12 (2011).
7. S. Bhattacharjee, A. K. Swamy, and J. S. Daniel; “Continuous Relaxation and Retardation Spectrum Method for Viscoelastic Characterization of Asphalt Concrete,” Mechanics of Time Dependent Materials, 16(3), 287-305 (2012).
8. S. Bhattacharjee, and R. B. Mallick; “Determination of Damage Development in Asphalt Concrete using Small Scale Accelerated Pavement Testing via Frequency Domain Analysis Approach,” Journal of Transportation Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, In Press, doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)TE.1943-5436.0000376 (2011).
9. S. Bhattacharjee, S. Krishna, and J. S. Daniel; “Application of the Elastic-Viscoelastic Correspondence Principle to Determine the Fatigue Endurance Limit of Hot Mix Asphalt,” Transportation Research Record, Journal of Transportation Research Board, 2126, 12-18 (2009).
10. Y. Fu, S. Bhattacharkee, and Z. Dong; “Integrated Model-based Test Case Generation,” International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science, 1(3), 318-325 (2010).
11. S. Bhattacharjee, R. B. Mallick, and J. S. Daniel; “Small Scale Accelerated Load Testing in the Laboratory for Fatigue Characterization of Hot Mix Asphalt.” Pavements and Materials: Modeling, Testing and Performance, American Society of Civil Engineers Geotechnical Special Publication, 182, 56-63 (2008).
12. S. Bhattacharjee, J. Gould, R. B. Mallick, and F. Hugo; “An Evaluation of Use of Accelerated Loading Equipment for Determination of Fatigue Response of Asphalt Pavement in Laboratory,” International Journal of Pavement Engineering, 5(2), 61-79 (2004).
13. S. Bhattacharjee, and R. B. Mallick; “An Alternative Approach for the Determination of Bulk Specific Gravity and Permeability of Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA),” International Journal of Pavement Engineering, 3, 143-152 (2002).
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Dr. Liaw joined Alabama A&M University in 1980 and became Professor in 1990. He has served as Chairman of Department of Civil Engineering for many years and Interim Dean of School of Technology for two years. Dr. Liaw has more than thirty (30) years of teaching, research, and management experience in university, government, and military grants and contracts
M.S. in Environmental Engineering from Florida Institute of Technology in 1975; and Ph.D. from University of Alabama in Huntsville in 1980
He has planned, directed, and executed more than ten research projects at Alabama A&M University with contract values in excess of two million dollars. He has authored over fifty (50) technical articles, reports, and papers as a result of his research work.Dr. Liaw has been heavily involved in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for many years. He has received research projects in the areas of low-density viscous nozzle flow, hypersonic viscous flow, and crystal growth modeling through NASA, the Air Force, the Army, and the National Science Foundation (NSF). Dr. Liaw was selected as NASA Administrator’s Fellow, Cohort 10, by NASA/UNCFSP in 2006.
|engineering education and to investigate the potential applications of nanotechnology in the areas of water and air purification.||256-372-5566||Room 326 Arthur J. Bond Hall|
Secretary- Civil Engineering Department
• B.A. Business Management – Management of Technology, 2002.
• Responsible for ordering all CE textbooks each semester for five professors by contacting the publishers, obtained correct ISBN number, and then ordered instructor’s copy of the textbooks. I placed the on-line order to the AAMU bookstore and made sure all books were ordered.
• Surveyed CE students regarding the perception of our department by producing the survey, handed out the survey, and compiled the results for the last five years.
• Assisted faculty as a liaison with Sadie Pleasure regarding transfer students as questions arise. Submit course substitution form by typing the students’ forms and giving it to Ms. Pleasure for processing.
• Took a positive attitude in the merging the Mechanical and Civil Engineering Departments, as well as responded favorably with assisting the new Chair.
• Obtained data for the next ABET Self-study review for 2012 regarding the Student Feedback data for Spring and Fall semesters and tallied the students' responses.
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Dr. Venkata Atluri has been teaching in the department of computer science since 1998. He has published research work in national and international journals and his research areas include Artificial Neural Networks, Artificial Immune Systems, Genetic Algorithms, Bioinformatics and Computer Security. He also executed successfully funded projects from the US government and industry. He has developed courses in Bioinformatics, Computer Security, Computer Forensics, Game programming and Web programming and has been teaching most of the courses since. In one of the funded projects, he introduced the field of Bioinformatics to two other sister universities, viz. Tuskegee University and Tennessee State University via synchronous/asynchronous distance learning modes.
Alabama A&M University, AL., USA, Computer Science, MS, 1998
Alabama A&M University, AL., USA, Food Science, MS, 1997
Nagarjuna University, India, Ecophysiology, Postdoctoral, 1989-1993
Nagarjuna University, India, Ecophysiology, Senior Research Fellow, 1986-1989
Nagarjuna University, India, Zoology, PhD, 1986
Nagarjuna University, India, Zoology (Aquaculture), MS, 1981
1. Analysis of Malware: A case study of Malware classification. In preparation. 2012
2. Dynamic and Static Analysis of a Browser Helper Object (BHO) as Malware. In preparation. 2012
3. Modular Analysis of Software Architecture Model. Proceedings of International Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice, Las Vegas, NV, USA, July 13-16, pages 17-23, 2009
4. Consortium for Bioinformatics Instruction (USDA/CSREES grant): A Mini Case of ALN Collaboration. A Workshop on Advancing HBCU Participation in Asynchronous Learning Network Development, AAMU, Normal, AL, March 17-19, 2006
5. Use of Artificial Color filtering to improve iris recognition and searching. Pattern Recognition Letters 26:2244-2251, 2005.
6. Classifying and Predicting Soil Moisture and Temperature using an Artificial Neural Network. World Automation Congress, Maui, HI June 11-15, 2000.
7. Probabilistic Neural Networks for Multispectral Image Classification. World Automation Congress, Maui, HI June 11-15, 2000.
8. Artificial Immune Systems in Soil Classification, CATA 2000, New Orleans, LA, March 2000.
9. An Artificial Neural Network in predicting soil moistures using Levenberg-Marquardt’s algorithm, 1999. Proceedings of the IEEE SouthEastCON Conference, March 25-28, Lexington, KY.
10. The Radial Basis Function Neural Network and Genetic K-means for Multispectral Image Classification. Proceedings of the International Society for Computer and their Applications (ISCA) 14th International Conference, Cancun, Mexico, April 7-9, 1999.
11. Combined Genetic K-means and Radial Basis Function Neural Network Technique for Classifying and Predicting Soil Moisture. Proceedings of the EOS/SPIE Symposium on Remote Sensing, University of Florence, Italy, 20-24 Sept., 1999.
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has more than 34 years of programming and teaching experiences in Computer Science. He also has more than 20 years of experience with RDBMS, Oracle, including system design, implementation, test, and maintenance on large systems. He has worked four years at Colsa and NAS(1989-1993); He was a system programmer for NASA
(System programmer for CLOSA and head of image processing and graphic on AHCS, Advance Helicopter Control System, NAS 1990-1992).
Since 1977, he has taught in computer science departments as Instructor, Assistant Professor, and Associate Professor: including hardware and software technical course work. Has taught Ada, FORTRAN, C, C++, Snowball, COBOL, Python, Assembly, Java, Visual Basic, Compilers, and Web Design (with different packages, special software for robot and DBMS design, Data Mining, and Visualization.
1998-2001 Associate Dean of School of Computer Science and Engineering & Technology for two years, prior to moving to Alabama. (Ajman University of Science & Technology, 1998-1999 )
• Numerous LAB manual for C++, C, DBMS, Networking and recently working on LAB manual and Implementation of Data Mining LAB for A&M.
o Create a package of 16 programs that was used for data Mining lab.
o Manual for C++
• Help McGraw-Hill company on editing Object-oriented Book (Object Oriented analysis and Design, by Stephen R. Schach with ISBN: 0-07-121510-7 .Mc Graw-Hill 2004 )
• Winner of best published paper in DBMS (IRAN) (Ministry of power and energy, IRAN June 22, 1996)
• Wrote 6 papers in area of communication and computer for MATN (center for energy & power research)
• Teaching Microsoft .NET (certification) as A&M helps of community through HUNTUG group (local chapter of advancement of programming).
• Parallel programming and associative rule in data mining, submitted March 3rd 2006, IEEE conference in Cookeville, TN. (Published and copy is attached)
• Lightening produced NOx over the Southern United States, submitted Sep 27-29, Casa Science Symposium on Nitrogen. Canada, 2006. (Published and copy is attached)
• Overview of Visualization in data mining, 39th Southeast Symposium on System Theory, SSST 39, IEEE March 24, 2007. Mercer University, Georgia.
• The 20th consortium for computing Science in Colleges, Nashville, TN, session preside and member of evaluating paper in data mining, database, and Image processing. 2008.
• Deploying DBMS issues on Cloud Computing platform, Mid-Southeast ACM, Nov. 11-12, Gatlinburg, TN 2010.
• Accepted paper for publication on ITA 2011: International Conference on Information Theory and Application, Singapore. (Cloud and DBMS)
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I received my Ph.D. in School of Computing and Information Science at Florida International University in 2007. After that I joined as the faculty of Department of Computer Science at the Alabama A&M University in the same year. My research interests mainly fall in the software verification, software quality assurance, runtime verification, and formal methods. I focus on the nonfunctional properties such as correctness, reliability, dependability of distributed and concurrent systems, esp. safety and mission critical system. My recent research falls in the security analysis of cyber physical systems, autonomous mobile systems and real-time embedded systems. I have 40 publications on the verification of software design model in the architecture level, cyber security analysis and robot design. Moreover, I am also interested in the correctness of object oriented programming languages and have developed a method to demonstrate the correctness of a restricted Java program based on the interleaving execution sequence.
I teach several undergraduate and graduate courses including Visual Programming in Java, Assembly Language, Object oriented Programming and Design, and Software Engineering and Methodology. I advise ten graduate students and more than twenty undergraduate students, and serves as three graduate students’ committee. I also actively serve as reviewers of several journals and prestigious conferences. I have continuously committed as a member of IEEE, ACM, ASEE and InfraGuard.
I received my Ph.D. in School of Computing and Information Science at Florida International University in 2007.
 Yujian Fu, J. Kulick. Recon_guration Analysis of Autonomous Systems Using Predicate Transition Nets. IEEE Transaction on Robotics and Animation (under review)
 Yujian Fu, L. Yan, J. Kulick, S. Drager. Formal Modeling and Verification of Security Properties of Handel C Programs. International Journal of Secure Software Engineering, 2012 (in press)
 Yujian Fu, S. Li. A Graph-based Testing of UML2 Sequence Diagram. International Journal of Computer and Network Security, Vol 2, No. 9, September 2010
 S. Li, D. Price and Yujian Fu. The Impact of the Teacher-Made Online Learning Resources. The Business Review, Cambridge, Vol 18, No. 1, Summer 2011
 Yujian Fu, S. Li, S. Bhattacharjee and Z. Dong. Integrated Model-based Test Case Generation. International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science, Vol 1, No. 3, September-October 2010
 Yujian Fu, Z. Dong, and X. He. Architecture Centered Integrated Verification. Modern Software Engineering Concepts and Practices: Advanced Approaches, Edited by Ali H. Dogru, Veli Bicer. ISBN 978-1-60960-215-4. IGI Global Dissemintor of Knowledge.
 Yujian Fu, Z. Dong, and X. He. Towards Rewriting Semantics of Software Architecture Speci_cation. Petri Nets, Edited by Vedran Kordic, ISBN 978-953-307-047-6. I-Tech Education and Publishing.
 Yujian Fu, Z. Dong, and X. He. Formalizing UML Architecture Description of Service-Oriented Applications. Petri Net, Theory and Application, Edited by Vedran Kordic, ISBN 978-3-902613-12-7. I-Tech Education and Publishing.
 Yujian Fu, N. Yama, and Z. Dong, Z., ”Formal Modeling and Analysis of Autonomous Robotics System Using Z”, Proceedings of The 2012 International Conference on Software Engineering Research & Practice, pp. 138-144., July 16-19, 2012, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
 A. Layne, A. Mason, Yujian Fu, and M. Wagaw, ”UML Model Based Design of the Claw Car Robot”, Proceedings of The 2012 International Conference on Software Engineering Research & Practice, pp. 3-9., July 16-19, 2012, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
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Dr. Xiang (Susie) Zhao has over 14 years of experience in high performance computing, computer modeling and simulation, and algorithms design and analysis. She has been focusing on multi-disciplinary research and developing numerical models and high performance algorithms for large-scale data-intensive scientific problems in aerospace, aviation, energy, and other engineering and science areas. Her recent research work “Modeling of the Aero-Elastic Coupling and Side-Loads of Rocket Nozzles” and “Multi-Scale Modeling of the Pebble-Gas Flow in a Pebble Bed Reactor” have been funded by NSF, NASA, and DOE. She has authored and co-authored over 40 journal and conference papers, and also presented in numerous top-notch international conferences and workshops in her areas.
As a diligent educator, Dr. Zhao has taught a large variety of undergraduate and graduate computer science courses and supervised 15 senior design and master thesis projects. In addition, Dr. Zhao actively served as the chair and/or member of the department Curriculum Committee, graduate thesis committee, university Research and Sponsored Program Committee, and Interdisciplinary Professional Studies Committee. Prior to joining AAMU, she worked with her colleagues and developed an online computer science program and new online courses at Athens State University.
• University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, USA: Ph.D. in Computer Science, May 2005
• University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia: M.S. in Computer Science and Engineering, May 2001
• Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing, China: M.S. in Mechanical Engineering (Control and Detection), 1992
• Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing, China: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (Control and Detection), 1989
Her recent research work “Modeling of the Aero-Elastic Coupling and Side-Loads of Rocket Nozzles” and “Multi-Scale Modeling of the Pebble-Gas Flow in a Pebble Bed Reactor” have been funded by NSF, NASA, and DOE. She has authored and co-authored over 40 journal and conference papers, and also presented in numerous top-notch international conferences and workshops in her areas.
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Department of Computer Science
• NSF: Partners for Innovation in Information Technology from NSF, $600K, 2009, PI.
• AMRDEC: Center of Excellence in Integrated Sensor Systems, $700K, 2009, Consultant.
• AAMU title III: Architecture Driven Embedded System Evolution AAMU title III, 2009, $25K, Co-PI.
• AFOSR: A Study of the Methods and Applications of Artificial Color, Dec., 2006, $300K, PI.
• DoD: Visible HyperSpectral Imager for use in Artificial Color and related activities, Sep., 2007, $50K, PI.
• ARL Director’s Funds: Artificial Color, 2004, $50K, PI.
1. J. Fu, H. J. Caulfield, “Turning Images into Percepts”, submitted to International Journal of Machine Learning and Cybernetics, (2011).
2. J. Fu, H. J. Caulfield, D. Wu, W. Tadesse “Hyperspectral Image Analysis using Artificial Color,” J. Applied Remote Sensing, Vol. 4, 043514 (2010).
3. J. Fu, H. J. Caulfield, D. Wu, T. Montgomery. “Effects of Hyperellipsoidal Decision Surfaces on Image Segmentation in Artificial Color,” J. Electronic Imaging, 19(2), 023003 (2010).
4. J. Fu, H. J. Caulfield, S. M. Yoo, D. Wu. “Fuzzy Aggregation with Artificial Color filters,” Information Sciences, 180, 167-180 (2010).
5. J. Fu, and H. J. Caulfield. “Making a Smart Color Camera,” Image and Vision Computing, 26, 253-258 (2008)
6. J. Fu and H. J. Caulfield, “Designing spectral sensitivity curves for use with Artificial Color,” Pattern Recognition, 40, 2251-2260 (2007)
7. J. Fu and H. J. Caulfield. “Applying color discrimination to polarization discrimination in images,” Optics Communications, 272, 362-366, (2007)
8. J. Fu, H. J. Caulfield, and A. Bandyopadhyay. “Pairing Mathematical Morphology with Artificial Color to Extract Targets from Clutter,” J. Imaging Science & Technology, 51(2), 148-154, (2007).
9. H. J. Caulfield, and J. Fu. “Artificial and Biological Color: The ABCs,” Optics and Spectroscopy, 103(6), 851–854. 2007.
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Computer Science Instructor
P.R. University , B.; June, 1980 Agriculture Sciences
Jackson State University M.S May, 1988 Computer Science
Alabama A&M University Ph.D. May , 2013(expect) NRES
1. Gangasani, Jayachander; Fu, Jian; Caulfield, John “Artificial Color Estimation of Temperatures”, submitted to WORLDCOMP'12 - The 2012 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing.
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Master of Science in Plant and Soil Science Alabama A&M University Expected completion date: Dec. 2012
Research Paper presentation
An Application of Data Mining and Neural Networks for the Determination of Stock Trading Pairs by Willie Bossie ACM Mid-Southeast Conference November 11–12, 2010 Gatlinburg, Tennessee
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Computer Science Program
Department EE & CS
Ø Provide general secretarial and administrative support for Directors
Ø Answer and screen telephone calls
Ø Arrange conference calls
Ø Coordinate schedules, calendars and make appointments
Ø Coordinate and arrange meetings, prepare
agendas, reserve and prepare facilities and record and transcribe minutes of meetings
Ø Help and support ABET issues
Ø Order and maintain supplies
Ø Arrange for equipment maintenance
Ø Read and route incoming e-mail, mail and faxes
Ø Prepare outgoing mail and correspondence, including e-mail and faxes
Ø Organize and maintain filing systems
Ø Make copies of correspondence and other printed materials
Ø Greet visitors and direct to appropriate area or person
Ø May create and maintain computer databases
Ø Conduct research and compile requested data
Ø Present a professional image, be self-motivated and be a team player that can handle multiple conflicting priorities.
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• Serve as a Technical Paper Reviewer in the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual conference & Exposition technical papers, 2012.
• Serve as a Technical Paper Reviewer in the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual conference & Exposition technical papers, 2010.
Training & Workshop Attended:
• Attended a Conference on “2012 PVAMU/TAMU NSF ADVANCED-PAID Professional Development Conference” on May 17 – 20, 2012, at Houston, TX.
• Attended a workshop on “Engaging Students: Using the Cell Phone as a Teaching Tool”, on February 10, 2012, at AAMU.
• Attended a workshop on “Management Skills for Team leaders”, on October 11- 13, 2011, at AAMU.
• Attended American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) 2011 Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada.
• Attended AGC (The Associated General Contractors of America) 2011 Annual Convention and Expo, March 21-25 at Las Vegas. ND.
• Attended AGC (The Associated General Contractors of America) local Huntsville Chapter Meeting on February 23, 2011. Speaker from “International Green Construction Code”.
• Attended a workshop on "Advanced Project Management: Estimating, Bidding & Budgets." On February 16, 2011 at Florence, Alabama.
• Impact of Safety Edge on Pavement to Prevent Crashes, Journal of International Review of Civil Engineering (I.RE.C.E.), May 2012.
• Capstone – A Key to Success, American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) 2012 Annual Conference proceedings.
• Enrichment of Learning Outcome, Increase Enrolment and Retention in a New Construction Management Program, American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) 2011 Annual Conference proceedings (AC 2011 - 1809), Vancouver, BC, Canada.
• Developing a new Construction Management Program, American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) 2010 Annual Conference proceedings (AC 2010-1528), Louisville, KY.
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Department of Engineering, Construction Management and Industrial Technology
1. P. Robinson, A. Kassu, A. Sharma, P. Ruffin, C. Brantley & E. Edwards, “Gold-coated nanoporous membranes for SERS studies,” Proc. SPIE, Vol. 8465, (2012).
2. S.U. Egarievwe, A. Adams, J. Mwathi, W. Chan, R. Pinder, Drabo, M., A. Kassu, G. Yang, G.S. Carmada, E. Bolotnikov, and R.B. James, “Study of the Diffusion of Te-inclusion and Dopants in CdZnTe Nuclear Detectors in Post-Growth Annealing,” Accepted for the 2012 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, Anaheim, CA, Oct. 27 - Nov. 3, 2012.
3. A. Adams, K. Kim, W. Chan, A. Kassu, S. Egarievwe, R. James, “Improving the performance of CZT semiconductor nuclear detector material using thermal annealing,” Accepted for The 2012 ASME Early Career Technical Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2-3, 2012.
4. A. Adams, A. Kassu, W. Chan, M. Drabo, R. Pinder, A. Radja, G. Yang, R. James, “Thermal Annealing: A technique to improve the performance of cadmium zinc telluride (CZT) semiconductor nuclear detector material,” Accepted for The ASME 2012 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Houston, Texas, November 9-15, 2012.
5. C. Farley, A. Kassu, A. Sharma, “Photodegradation of melanin by an interferometric technique,” Optics Letter, Vol. 36(9) 1734-1736 (2011).
6. S. Sadate, A. Kassu, C. Farley, A. Sharma, J. Hardisty and Miles T. K. Lifson, “Standoff Raman measurement of nitrates in water,” Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 8156, 81560D, (2011).
7. C. Farley, A. Kassu, A. Sharma, “Photodegradation of melanin thin films by UV lithography,” Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 8103-14, (2011).
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Dr. Kaveh Heidary received BSEE, MSEE and PhD all from Syracuse University and all in electrical engineering. Since 1998 he has been with Alabama A&M University, where he is currently professor and Chair of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. His areas of expertise include applied electromagnetics, wireless communications, radar signal processing and engineering, development of advanced algorithms for automatic target recognition and tracking, hyperspectral image processing applications to ATR, and pattern recognition. Dr. Heidary has been the principal investigator of many research projects sponsored by government and industry.
received BSEE, MSEE and PhD all from Syracuse University and all in electrical engineering.
K. Heidary, " Basic Synthetic Template: Effective Tool for Target Classification and Machine Vision," Submitted to Pattern Recognition (2012).
K. Heidary and H.J. Caulfield, " Needles in a Haystack: Fast spatial search for targets in similar-looking backgrounds," Journal of the Franklin Institute, in Press MS. Ref. No.: FI-D-11-00217, (2012).
K. Heidary and H.J. Caulfield, " Color Classification using margin-setting with ellipsoids," Signal Image and Video Processing, in Press, DOI 10.1007/s11760-012-0349-6, (2012).
Johnson, R. Barry, Heidary, Kaveh, "A Unified Approach for Database Analysis and Application to ATR Performance Metrics," Proceedings of the SPIE, Volume 7696, pp. 1-20 (2010).
Kaveh Heidary and H. John Caulfield, Margin-Setting with Hyperellipsoidal Surfaces, Optical Memory and Neural Networks (Information Optics) Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 97-109 (2010).
Kaveh Heidary and H. John Caulfield, Spectral Sensitivity Design for Optical Sensors, International Journal of Image and Graphics, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 21-39 (2010).
Kaveh Heidary and H. J. Caulfield, Nonlinear Fourier Correlation, Proceedings of SPIE, Volume 7340, pp. 1-11 (2009).
K. Heidary and H. J. Caulfield, "Discrimination among similar looking, noisy color patches using Margin Setting," Optics Express, Journal of Optical Society of America, Vol. 15, No. 1, 62-75 (2007).
K. Heidary and H. J. Caulfield, “Color Classification using Margin-Setting with Ellipsoids,” Submitted to Journal of Electronic Imaging (2007).
M. Ghavami and K. Heidary, UWB Beamforming, Chapter in Ultrawideband Antennas and Propagation for Communication, Wiley, ISBN 978-0-470-03255-8 (2006).
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Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Co-Edited Books and NASA Technical Memorandum
1. ISBN # 1-55899-635-4; R. A. Gerhardt, M. A. Alim, A. Washabaugh, and G. M. Choi edited ISBN 1-55899-635-4, “Electrically Based Microstructural Characterization III,” Materials Research Society, Warrendale, Pennsylvania, Volume 699, August (2002).
2. ISBN # 1-55899-405-X; R. A. Gerhardt, M. A. Alim, and S. R. Taylor edited ISBN # 1-55899-405-X; “Electrically Based Microstructural Characterization II,” Materials Research Society, Warrendale, Pennsylvania, Volume 500, November (1998).
3. M. A. Alim, B. G. Penn, and J. R. Currie, A. K. Batra, and M. D. Aggarwal; “Micro- and Nanostructured Metal Oxide Chemical Sensors for Volatile Organic Compounds,” NASA-TM-2008-215579, Technical Memorandum (2008).
Selected International Journal Papers - Out of 100+ Publications (since 2008)
4. M. A. Alim, A. K. Batra, M. D. Aggarwal, and J. R. Currie; “Immittance Response of the SnO2–Bi2O3 Based Thick-Films,” Physica B, 406, 1445–1452 (2011).
5. M. A. Alim, A. K. Batra, S. Bhattacharjee, and M. D. Aggarwal; “Complex Capacitance in the Representation of Modulus of the Lithium Niobate Crystals,” Physica B, 406, 1088-1095 (2011).
6. J. Y. Li, X. T. Zhao, S. T. Li, and M. A. Alim; “Intrinsic and Extrinsic Relaxation of CaCu3Ti4O12 Ceramics: Effect of Sintering,” Journal of Applied Physics, 108, 104104 (2010).
7. A. K. Batra, M. A. Alim, J. R. Currie, and M. D. Aggarwal; “The Electrical Response of the Modified Lead Titanate-Based Thick Films,” Physica B, 404, 1905–1911 (2009).
8. A. K.Batra, J. R. Currie, M. A. Alim, and M. D. Aggarwal; “Impedance Response of Polycrystalline Tungsten Oxide,” Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, 70, 1142–1145 (2009).
9. M. A. Alim, S. R. Bissell, A. A. Mobasher; “Analysis of the AC Electrical Data
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Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Microelectronic and VLSI Circuit, Cleanroom-Based Microfabrication and Nanofabrication
1. M. Hines, J. Lenhardt, M. Lu, L. Jiang, and Z. Xiao, “Cooling effect of nanoscale Bi2Te3/Sb2Te3 multilayered thermoelectric thin films”, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 30, 041509 (2012).
2. Z. Xiao , H. Sharma, M. Zhu, and T. Pearson, “Dielectrophoresis-assisted deposition and alignment of single-walled carbon nanotubes for electronic-device fabrication”, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 28, 750-754 (2010).
3. Z. Xiao , K. Hedgemen, M. Harrison, and E. DiMasi, “Fabrication of Bi2Te3/Sb2Te3 and Bi2Te3/Bi2Te2Se multilayered thin film-based integrated cooling devices”, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 28, 679-683 (2010).
4. Z. Xiao and F. Camino, “An effective switching-off mechanism for high-performance carbon nanotube field-effect transistors”, Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics 5, 26-29 (2010).
5. Z. Xiao and F. Camino, “The Fabrication of Carbon Nanotube Field-Effect Transistors with Semiconductors as the Source and Drain Contact Materials”, Nanotechnology 20 135205 (2009).
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Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,
Areas of Expertise and Experience: Colossal Magnetoresistivity, Electron Spin and Ferromagnetic Resonance, Magnetic and Semiconductor Materials, High Vacuum Thin Film Deposition Systems (CVD, PLD, MBE, DC-RF Sputtering, Ion Beam Assisted Deposition (IBAD), etc.), Thermoelectric materials, devices and Characterizations, Rutherford Backscattering (RBS), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), Ion Implantation, DC plasma processing, Optical Absorption Spectroscopy, Growth of nanowires, Microelectronic device and Nano-bio sensor fabrication, Microprocessors.
. Budak, C. Smith, M. Pugh, K. Heidary, T. Colon, R.B. Johnson, D.ila, “MeV Si Ions Bombardment Effects on Thermoelectric Properties of Thermoelectric of SiO2/SiO2+Ge Nanolayers”, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 81, 410-413 (2012).
7. S. Budak, J. Chacha, C. Smith, M. Pugh, K. Heidary, R. B. Johnson , D.ILA, “Effects of MeV Si ion bombardment on the thermoelectric generator from SiO2/SiO2 + Cu and SiO2/SiO2 +Au nanolayered multilayer films”, Nuc. Instr. and Meth. B, 269, 3204–3208 (2011).
8. G. Utlu, N. Artunç, S. Budak, S.Tari; “Structural and electrical characterization of the nickel silicide films formed at 850 °C by rapid thermal annealing of the Ni/Si(100) films,” Applied Surface Science 256 , 5069–5075 (2010).
9. S. Budak, S. Guner, R. A. Minamisawa, and D. ILA; “ MeV Si ions bombardment effects on the thermoelectric properties of nano-layers of nanoclusters of Ag in SiO2 host,” Surface and Coating Technology, 203, 2479-2481 (2009).
Number of the authored or co-authored oral and poster presentations for last 5 years: about 140
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Department of Engineering, Construction Management and Industrial Technology
(Over 100 publications in journals, conference proceedings & books)
S. U. Egarievwe, A. Adams, T. Harper, R. Pinder, M. L. Drabo, A. Kassu, G. Yang, G. S. Camarda, A. E. Bolotnikov, A. Hossain, K. Kim, and R. B. James. “Study of the Diffusion of Te-inclusion and Dopants in CdZnTe Nuclear Detectors in Post-Growth Annealing.” Accepted for the 2012 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, 27 Oct – 3 Nov 2012, Anaheim, CA, USA
S.U. Egarievwe, K.-T. Chen, A. Burger, R.B. James, and C.M. Lisse, "Detection and Electrical Properties of Cd1-xZnxTe Detectors at Elevated Temperatures," Journal of X-Ray Science and Technology, 6, 309-315 (1996)
M.A. Noginov, S.U. Egarievwe, N.E. Noginova, H.J. Caulfield, J.C. Wang, "Interferometric studies of coherence in a powder laser," Optical Materials, 12,127-134 (1999)
S. U. Egarievwe, O. K. Okobiah, A. O. Ajiboye, L. A. Fowler, S. K. Thorne, W. E. Collins. "Internet Application of LabVIEW in Computer Based Learning." European Journal of Open and Distance Learning (2000)
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• Recruited four students to the MET department.
Mentor Capstone class in the STEM DAY competition in which we won second place.
As Advisor I Travel to Pittsburg, Pennsylvania with NSBE to the national convention where several of the students received internships and co-op.
Participated in a workshop with Solid Works this summer
• Member of AAMU YMTF subcommittee chair
• Member AAMU Career Week subcommittee chair
• Work with student Judiciary committee
• Work with Faulty Evaluation committee
• University Jazz Band
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Professor; Industrial Technology
 Ayokanmbi, Fola Michael. (2012). Quality Management Systems in Higher Education. ATMAE 2012 Conference Proceedings.
 Ayokanmbi, Fola Michael. (2011). “Competencies for Global Engineers and Technologists.” Journal of Industrial Technology, 27(1).
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Mech. Engineering Tech. ; Coordinator
• Received two engines from Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC for the development on MET Laboratories.
• Secured Co-op position at Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC for MET students.
• Secured AAMU assumption scholarship for two MET students. ($8,000.00 each)
• Received $500.00 Book Scholarship from the Off Campus Bookstore for the MET department.
• Received $5,000.00 Book Scholarship from Mrs. Danita Joyner.
• MET program enrollment increased by 12%.
• AAMU YMTF University Co-chair for 2011-2012 academic year.
• AAMU representative for the Adventures in Engineering Event.
• Established mentoring program for all MET students
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Dr. Wing Chan is currently the Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) program coordinator. As an EET program coordinator, he successfully completed four ABET accreditation visits. In summer 2010, he led the technology students in competing in the International Micro Arial Vehicle (IMAV) competition. He served as the manager for AAMU’s “Faculty and Students Team (FaST)” and “Visiting Faculty Program (VFP)” for the last three summer internship programs at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) in New York. During these three summer internship programs, he mentored in total of seventeen students from four different disciplines (EE, ME, EET, and MET). He is Co-PI of a $2 million grant funded by the NSF-ARI. His research interest is on improving the performance of the room temperature solid-state nuclear detector materials, CZT and CMT crystals, by eliminating the defects in them. He has been collaborating with the scientists at BNL for the last three years in this project.
1) S.U. Egarievwe, D. Jones, I.O. Okwechime, S.O. Babalola, Drabo, M., W. Chan, A. Hassain, G.S. Camarda, A.E. Bolotnikov, and R. B. James “Study of Surface Passivation and Contact Deposition techniques in CdZnTe X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Detectors”, Nuclear Science Symposium, Medical Imaging Conference & Workshop on Room-Temperature Semiconductor X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Detectors October 29-November 3, 2012, Disney Hotel, Anaheim, California, in preparation
2) S.U. Egarievwe, A. Adams, J. Mwathi, W. Chan, R. Pinder, Drabo, M., A. Kassu, G. Yang, G.S. Carmada, E. Bolotnikov, and R.B. James “Study of the Diffusion of Te-Inclusion and Dopants in CdZnTe Nuclear Detectors in Post-Growth Annealing”, Nuclear Science Symposium, Medical Imaging Conference & Workshop on Room-Temperature Semiconductor X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Detectors October 29-November 3, 2012, Disney Hotel, Anaheim, California, in preparation
3) A. Adams, K. Kim, W. Chan, A. Kassu, S. Egarievwe, R. James, “Improving the performance of CZT semiconductor nuclear detector material using thermal annealing,” Accepted for The 2012 ASME Early Career Technical Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2-3, 2012.
4) A. Adams, A. Kassu, W. Chan, M. Drabo, R. Pinder, A. Radja, G. Yang, R. James, “Thermal Annealing: A technique to improve the performance of cadmium zinc telluride (CZT) semiconductor nuclear detector material,” Accepted for The ASME 2012 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Houston, Texas, November 9-15, 2012.
5) Fochuk, P.; Grill, R. ; Kopach, O.; Bolotnikov, A.E.; Belas, E.; Bugar, M.; Camarda, G.; Chan, W.; Cui, Y.; Hossain, A.; Kim, K. H.; Nakonechnyi, I.; Panchuk, O.; Yang, G.; James. R.B. “Elimination of Te Inclusions in Cd1-xZnx Te Crystals by Short-term Thermal Annealing”, IEEE Trans Nuclear Science, April 2012, Volume 59, Issue: 2, Pages: 256-263.
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Industrial Technology ; Instructor
Undergraduate Advisor- advise students on academic progress, class scheduling, workshops, professional development, career fairs, career development and mentoring programs.
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Department of Engineering, Construction Management & Industrial Technology
Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY
Masters of Public Health (MPH) May 2011
Major: Occupational/Environmental Health & Safety
• Relevant courses: Environmental Health and Safety Research (PH 530), Solid and Hazardous Wastes (EHS 580), Environmental Toxicology (PH 577), Air Quality Management (PH 571)
• 5 years research experience in university setting
• Supervised 2 AAMU students’ 2012 summer research activities (Laboratory experiments, poster preparation and thesis proposal writing)
• Ensured experimental safety protocols were adhered (specifically the use of PPE, handling, management and disposal chemicals & solid wastes
• Established an on-going radiation safety program development plan with Brookhaven Lab's Radiological Control Division
Certificates & trainings
• Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY, (March 12-16, 2012; June 24-July 20, 2012),
Completed 24 laboratory & nuclear research safety trainings
• Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY, August 2011
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Health and Safety
• Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY, May 2011
Graduate Certificate in Leadership Studies
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Alabama A&M University February 2012-Present
• Instrumentation for post-growth annealing of CZT and CMT detectors: Furnace design and set–up, automated data acquisition, and data analysis tools
The University of Alabama, Mechanical Engineering, September 2007 – May 2011
• Determined the feasibility of the Active Vapor Utilization System concept with respect to generating a suitable cold-starting fuel from normally occurring tank vapors
• Evaluated the effect of various butanol/gasoline blends using the Active Vapor Utilization System
• Developed an algorithm that computes fuel volatility via the principles of phase equilibrium
• Developed a novel technique to control NOx emission by using Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR), speed reduction and throttle position. • Developed a technique for developing D86 mathematical formulation for a given fuel
• Developed a Lab view program that was vital in the Laser Doppler Velocimetry experiments. University at Buffalo, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, January 2006 – May 2007
• Used Ansys to Focus on the assessment of the effect of the Tadger on the fuel flow characteristic.
• Investigated the effect of different velocity ratios and vortices thickness ratios on the hybrid velocity profile using Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS)
1) Drabo, M., Adams, A.L., and Ashford, M.D., 2012, “Addressing the startability of butanol/gasoline fuel blends: The Active
Vapor Utilization System,” submitted to ASME, accepted
2) Olcmen, M.S., Ashford, M.D., Schinetsky, P.A., and Drabo, M., 2012, “IC Engine Unsteady Flow Analysis,” submitted to
Open Journal of Fluid Mechanics, accepted
Conference Papers (2012 papers)
1) S.U. Egarievwe, D. Jones, I.O. Okwechime, S.O. Babalola, Drabo, M., A. Hassain, G.S. Camarda, A. E. Bolotnikov, and R.B.
James “Study of Surface Passivation and Contact Deposition techniques in CdZnTe X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Detectors”, Nuclear Science Symposium, Medical Imaging Conference & Workshop on Room-Temperature Semiconductor X-Ray and Gamma –Ray Detectors October 29-November 3, 2012, Disney Hotel, Anaheim, California, in preparation
2) S.U. Egarievwe, A. Adams, T. Harper, R. Pinder, Drabo, M., A. Kassu, G. Yang, G.S. Camarda, E. Bolotnikov, and R.B. James “Study of the Diffusion of Te-Inclusion and Dopants in CdZnTe Nuclear Detectors in Post-Growth Annealing”, Nuclear Science Symposium, Medical Imaging Conference & Workshop on Room-Temperature Semiconductor X-Ray and Gamma –Ray Detectors October 29-November 3, 2012, Disney Hotel, Anaheim, California, in preparation
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Department of Engineering, Construction Management & Technology
• Received B.S. (1977) and M.S. and vocational certification -18 hrs. (1992) in Business Education from Alabama A & M University.
• Has devoted 35 years of service to Alabama A & M University in various capacities.
• Was transferred to the School of Engineering during January 2012 after serving as the administrative secretary for the dean, School of Arts and Sciences, for 23 years after the School was phased out in August 2011.
• Currently, adapting to a new environment resulting from the transition, and is open to new challenges and advancement.
• Provide administrative and clerical support to the chair, faculty and students.
• Serve as a notary.
• Attend workshops/seminars to enhance job performance when available.
• Is efficient, effective and dedicated.
• Look forward to utilizing experiences, skills and knowledge acquired over the years to help improve the College of Engineering, Physical Sciences and Technology and the Department of Engineering, Construction Management and Technology.
• Uphold the University’s motto, “Service is Sovereignty!”
• Hold membership in Service is Sovereignty Society, National Notary Association, and Alabama Education Association.
• Volunteer for the American Heart Association and March of Dimes.
• Serve as chairperson for the RICMBA Scholarship Committee.
• First Lady of the Little Zion M. B. Church, Athens, AL.
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Department of Engineering, Construction Management and Industrial Technology
• During my school years I have worked for the School Engineering & Technology as a student worker in the Dean’s office, Computer Science Department, Civil Engineering, Electrial Engineering. In 2007 I was hired to work in the Industrial Technology Department as a full-time secretary.
• Presently I am the secretary for four programs. INT, EET, MET & CMG.
• The University’s Ceremonial & Special Events Committee Member
• Participated in recruiting for the Technology Department at Calhoun Community College and on AAMU Campus.
• Participated in the SOAR program on campus
• Participated in the campus High School Senior Day
• Provided orientation for new secretaries in the College of Engineering & Technology
• Supervise undergraduate and graduate students
• Administered the ACT Standardised Test for students
• I came to Huntsville, AL in 1999 and attended AAMU. I graduated with an undergraduate degree in Sociology/Criminal Justice and a Masters Degree in Social Work in 2006.
Workshops and Conferences
• Leadership and Team Building Conference (2012)
• Front-Line Customer Service in Higher Education (2012)
• Participated in Alabama A&M Banner Training (2011)
• CTE Teaching Education Spring Meeting (2010)
• Starting & Managing a Mentoring Program Workshop (2010)
• Solving Future S&T Workforce Challenges Symposium (2010)
• Science, Education & Careers Workshop for High School Students (2009)
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