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Five Lee University faculty receive promotion to professor   Five faculty members were recently awarded promotion in rank from associate professor to professor by the Lee University board of directors. The faculty members promoted to professor are Mike Iosia, Sherry Kasper, Heather Quagliana, Lisa Stephenson and Christine Williams. Iosia joined Lee’s faculty in 2007 and currently serves as chair of the Department of Health, Exercise Science and Secondary Education in the Helen DeVos College of Education. He came to Lee from Baylor University where he had been a post-doctoral fellow in the exercise sport nutrition laboratory and taught graduate and undergraduate courses. He is a member and certified collegiate strength and conditioning coach through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association and National Strength Conditioning Coaches Association.  Iosia received the Lee University Excellence in Scholarship Award in 2009. He earned his doctor of philosophy (phd) from the University of Alabama, his master of education (med) from Auburn University, and his bachelor of science (BS) from the University of Southern Mississippi.  Kasper joined Lee’s Department of Natural Sciences in 2007. She has taught classes such as Principles of Biology II and Anatomy and Physiology and holds a PhD from the Wake Forest University School of Medicine and a bachelor of arts (BA) from Maryville College. She is a recipient of Lee’s Excellence in Advising Award. Kasper also participates in her department’s cross-cultural trip, where 10-15 Lee students have the opportunity to help provide medical care to the towns surrounding Huehuetanango, Guatemala, under the mentorship of doctors, nurses, and dentists. She is also the principle investigator for iMASS, a program funded by a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) which seeks to increase STEM-related career development and partnerships with local STEM industry. Quagliana, a Lee alum, joined Lee’s Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences in 2008. Prior to Lee, she taught at Community Christian College in Redlands, California, and at Azusa Pacific University. She earned her PhD and master of arts (MA) from Fuller Theological Seminary and her BA from Lee University and is also a recipient of Lee’s Excellence in Advising Award. Quagliana has co-written numerous book chapters on the integration of spirituality and therapeutic work with children, including the American Psychological Association Press book “Spiritual Interventions in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy” and “Integrating Scripture with Parent Training in Behavioral Interventions” in the Journal of Psychology and Christianity. She has also presented at a variety of American Psychological Association and Christian Association of Psychological Studies conferences related to her interests in community psychology, foster care children, and childhood trauma. Since joining Lee’s Department of Theology in the fall of 2007, Stephenson has taught introductory classes in Christian theology and ethics, upper level theology classes for department majors, and graduate seminars. She is the director of the master of arts in biblical and theological studies, as well as the coordinator for Lee’s foundational benevolence course that every student must take. more
MARILYN GIBSON provided the above photo with the tag “The beginning of the end of a Tennessee summer.” more
EB SLIM and Debra Hickey submitted this beautiful photo. more
CHATTANOOGA . – Vascular Institute of Chattanooga (VIC) announces the addition of Marysol Thomas, FNP-C, and Ashleigh Cates, FNP-C, as new additions to the nurse practitioner staff.  The … more
JENNIFER HARDISON shared this spicebush swallowtail butterfly sipping nectar from phlox. more
IN SUBMITTING this photo, Kelly Wells noted: “Even roosters like their picture taken!” more
CLEVELAND'S HIT 10 Fitness recently celebrated a grand opening with a Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting. The new business is located at 4675 N. Lee Highway, Suite 2. The firm's mission is described … more
Erlanger Health System and The Johnson Group have been awarded “Best of Show” at the 36th Annual Healthcare Advertising Awards for their “World Class Heart Campaign.According to officials … more
 Crye-Leike Real Estate Services has announced Doni Bordelon now isnow affiliated with Crye-Leike’s Cleveland branch office as a licensed Realtor. Bordelon will serve the residential … more
MELISSA EDWARDS shared these two photos. She captured a gentle rain moving up the river, and A blue heron standing at Dale Hallow Dam. more
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