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Lori Federico | Georgia Tech School of Chemical & Biomolecular ...

https://chbe.gatech.edu/people/lori-federico
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Lori Federico. Lori Federico. Assistant to the Chair. Contact Information. Email. ( 404) 894-2848. ES&T 1377. Resources. Georgia Tech Resources. Offices & ... Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Tech School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Online Data Science Certificate Safety RCR Internal Resources ChBE IT Facilities Emergency InformationLegal & Privacy InformationAccessibilityAccountabilityAccreditationEmployment © Georgia Institute of Technology



Lori Maxwell

https://www.tntech.edu/directory/cas/sociology/lmaxwell.php
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Dr. Lori Maxwell joined Tennessee Tech in 1995 and has served as the Department Chair of Sociology and Political Science since fall 2017. She earned her ... Sociology and Political Science Dr. Lori Maxwell joined Tennessee Tech in 1995 and has served as the Department Chair of Sociology and Political Science since fall 2017. She earned her undergraduate degree in English from Carson-Newman, with a religion minor from Oxford University, and received both her master’s degree and Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in Political Science. In addition to her degrees, Dr. Maxwell is also credentialed in higher educational leadership. She regularly teaches classes in constitutional law, a variety of legal studies options, the presidency, American government, and politics and gender.  Dr. Maxwell is one of Tech’s pre-law advisers and teaches the Moot Court competition team whose students have won the state championship twice, along with winning many individual student awards.  Dr. Maxwell researches the convergence of the popular culture and political culture and her publications can be found on her curriculum vita. She is the recipient of several QEP grants, the Tennessee Tech Home Instead Senior Care Distinguished Service Learning Award, and the state-wide Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award. General Information: (931) 372-3101 © 2020, Tennessee Tech University Tennessee Tech does not condone and will not tolerate discrimination against any individual on the basis of race, religion, color, creed, sex, age, national origin, genetic information, disability, veteran status, and any other bases protected by federal and state civil rights law. Inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies should be directed to equity@tntech.edu.



Hall of Fame: Lori Scott - LA Tech Athletics

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Sep 25, 2019 ... During Lori Scott's days as one of the top defenders in the country, the soon-to-be Louisiana Tech Hall of Famer guarded the likes of USC's ... Women's Basketball 9/25/2019 8:32:00 AM Malcolm Butler Story LinksINDUCTION INFORMATION: This is one in a series of features on Louisiana Tech's 2019 Hall of Fame Class. The induction ceremony will be held Friday, Oct. 18 on the floor of the Thomas Assembly Center. Tickets are $40 per ticket or $320 for a table of eight. To order tickets, go to: www.latechalumni.org/hof19 or call Solomon Randle at 318-255-7950. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ During Lori Scott's days as one of the top defenders in the country, the soon-to-be Louisiana Tech Hall of Famer guarded the likes of USC's Cheryl Miller and Kansas' Lynette Woodard, a pair of four-time Kodak All-Americans and both Wade Trophy winners. However, according to her former coach Leon Barmore – another LA Tech Hall of Famer – her toughest assignment came in practice. No, it wasn't guarding Pam Kelly – a 1984 Tech Hall of Fame Inductee. No, not even Janice Lawrence – a 1987 Tech Hall of Fame Inductee. No, not her running buddy Angela Turner – a 1990 Tech Hall of Fame Inductee. No, not Kim Mulkey – a 1992 Tech Hall of Fame Inductee. "Whenever we had our scouting reports and game plan, no one was surprised that Lori was going to guard the best player," said Turner. "Whoever the star player would be for the other team – well Coach Barmore was that star player in practice. You know he could really shoot. He gave her a test and most of the time she came through."




Lori Garrard - Oregon Tech University Development

https://www.oit.edu/faculty-staff/development/staff/lori-garrard
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I had the pleasure of joining Oregon Tech in June of 2018. I have worked in local government for the past 20 years and wanted to pursue an opportunity where I ... Directory | Online | Portland-Metro |  Home | Faculty/Staff | University Development | Staff Directory | Lori Garrard Lori Garrard, Executive Assistant  735 Commercial St., Suite 4000 How long I have been working here and what path brought me to Oregon Tech I had the pleasure of joining Oregon Tech in June of 2018. I have worked in local government for the past 20 years and wanted to pursue an opportunity where I can be part of a team that is focused on promoting and building one of the largest assets in our community, Oregon Tech. I have desired to work in higher education for many years and was excited when there was an opening where I feel I can utilize my skills. What I am most passionate about professionally I love helping people. I want everyone who comes through our doors to go away with a positive feeling towards University Development and the University as a whole. Why I enjoy working in Development & Alumni Relations Being a part of a team, especially one as dedicated and professional as this one, makes me excited. “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” – Eleanor Roosevelt Hands-on education for real-world achievement. Oregon Tech Facebook Oregon Tech Twitter Oregon Tech Instagram Oregon Tech YouTube Channel Oregon Tech LinkedIn Sitemap | Technical Support | © 2020 Oregon Institute of Technology. All rights reserved.








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