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  • Academics: Dr. David Harris
    Analysis Curriculum by Year Capstone Projects Internships Department Scholarship Science Department Marine and Environmental Sciences Curriculum by Year Introductory Courses Major Specializations Capstone Course Independent Research Science Lecture Series Internships Department Scholarship Careers Professional Maritime Studies Course Descriptions Strategic Intelligence Studies Courses Internships Graduate Studies Distinguished Speaker Program Faculty Alphabetical List Browse by Department Engineering Faculty Humanities Faculty Management Faculty Mathematics Faculty Science Faculty Professional Maritime Studies Faculty Library Registrar Academic Support Services Academic Advising Fourth Class Academic Orientation Cadet Academic Advisory Board Cadet Academic Assistance Program Writing and Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports CONTACT INFORMATION Dr David Harris U S Coast Guard Academy Science Department 31 Mohegan Avenue New London CT 06320 David W Harris uscga edu 860 444 8530 Dr David Harris Instructor Department of Science U S Coast Guard Academy Dr David Harris earned a B S in Physics from the University of Florida in 2008 At the University of Florida he did research concerning the distribution of molecular gas clouds in the Milky Way galaxy He then attended the University of Utah for a combined M S Ph D program He earned his M S in May of 2014 and defended his Doctoral dissertation in July 2015 At the University of Utah Dr Harris studied photometric image calibration techniques assisted in the set up and groundbreaking for the Willard Eccles Observatory at Frisco Peak studied gravitational microlensing using data from the Hubble Space Telescope performed Monte Carlo analyses to maximize the efficiency of the SDSS III BOSS program and generated a spectrophotometric correction to correct for the atmospheric differential refraction inherent in BOSS quasar

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  • Academics: CAPT Richard J. Hartnett
    and Approach presented at the 35th Annual Technical Symposium International Loran Association Groton CT 24 25 October 2006 G W Johnson P F Swaszek R Hartnett et al A Procedure for Creating Optimal ASF Grids for Harbor Entrance Approach presented at the ION GNSS 2006 Fort Worth TX 26 29 September 2006 G Johnson P Swaszek L Hartshorn and R Hartnett Possible Optimizations for the US Loran System presented at the IEEE ION PLANS 2006 San Diego CA 25 27 April 2006 G Johnson P Swaszek R Hartnett R Shalaev and C Oates BALOR Model Validity for the Airport ASF Mapping Methodology Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation National Technical Meeting Monterey CA 18 20 January 2006 L Hartshorn P Swaszek G Johnson R Hartnett and M Wiggins Performance of Loran C 9th Pulse Modulation Techniques Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation National Technical Meeting Monterey CA 18 20 January 2006 P Swaszek G Johnson R Hartnett K Bridges M Wiggins and M Kuhn Airport ASF Mapping Methodology Update Proceedings of the 34th International Loran Association Conference Santa Barbara CA 18 19 October 2005 G Johnson P Swaszek R Hartnett K Bridges C Oates and R Shalaev Loran ASF Variations as a Function of Altitude Proceedings of the 34th International Loran Association Conference Santa Barbara CA 18 19 October 2005 G Johnson P Swaszek R Hartnett P Enge and M Kuhn Receiver Performance for an Enhanced DGPS Data Channel Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation GNSS 2005 Long Beach CA 13 16 September 2005 G Johnson R Hartnett H Atherton M Teixeira P Swaszek R Shalaev and C Oates Performance Trials of an Integrated Loran GPS IMU Navigation System Part II Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation 61st Annual Meeting Cambridge MA 27 29 June 2005 L Hartshorn P Swaszek G Johnson K Gross R Hartnett C Oates and R Shalaev DGPS Directional Signal Strength Meter Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation 61st Annual Meeting Cambridge MA 27 29 June 2005 R Hartnett K Bridges G Johnson C Oates M Kuhn P Swaszek A Methodology to Map Airport ASF s for Enhanced Loran Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation 61st Annual Meeting Cambridge MA 27 29 June 2005 G Johnson K Dykstra R Shalaev P Swaszek R Hartnett Airframe Effects on Loran H field Antenna Performance Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation 61st Annual Meeting Cambridge MA 27 29 June 2005 C Armstrong P Swaszek G Johnson R Hartnett Investigating the Use of WAAS as a Navigational Tool for Coast Guard and Civilian Maritime Use Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation National Technical Meeting San Diego CA 24 27 January 2005 G Johnson R Shalaev P Swaszek R Hartnett Performance Trials of an Integrated Loran GPS IMU Navigation System Part I Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation National Technical Meeting San Diego CA 24 27 January 2005 G Johnson P Swaszek R Hartnett G L Roth C Oates and R Shalaev Meeting Aviation Requirements for eLORAN An Improved H field

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  • Academics: CDR Anna Hickey
    Department Scholarship Mathematics Department Operations Research and Computer Analysis Curriculum by Year Capstone Projects Internships Department Scholarship Science Department Marine and Environmental Sciences Curriculum by Year Introductory Courses Major Specializations Capstone Course Independent Research Science Lecture Series Internships Department Scholarship Careers Professional Maritime Studies Course Descriptions Strategic Intelligence Studies Courses Internships Graduate Studies Distinguished Speaker Program Faculty Alphabetical List Browse by Department Engineering Faculty Humanities Faculty Management Faculty Mathematics Faculty Science Faculty Professional Maritime Studies Faculty Library Registrar Academic Support Services Academic Advising Fourth Class Academic Orientation Cadet Academic Advisory Board Cadet Academic Assistance Program Writing and Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports CONTACT INFORMATION CDR Anna Hickey U S Coast Guard Academy Management Department 31 Mohegan Avenue New London CT 06320 Anna W Hickey uscga edu 860 701 6846 CDR ANNA HICKEY Assistant Professor Department of Management U S Coast Guard Academy Previous assignments include Two afloat assignments onboard CGC Munro and CGC Chase followed by Executive Officer at Tactical Law Enforcement Teams TACLET South After TACLET South

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  • Academics: LT Michael Higbie
    Capstone Course Independent Research Science Lecture Series Internships Department Scholarship Careers Professional Maritime Studies Course Descriptions Strategic Intelligence Studies Courses Internships Graduate Studies Distinguished Speaker Program Faculty Alphabetical List Browse by Department Engineering Faculty Humanities Faculty Management Faculty Mathematics Faculty Science Faculty Professional Maritime Studies Faculty Library Registrar Academic Support Services Academic Advising Fourth Class Academic Orientation Cadet Academic Advisory Board Cadet Academic Assistance Program Writing and Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports CONTACT INFORMATION LT Michael Higbie U S Coast Guard Academy Professional Maritime Studies 27 Mohegan Avenue New London CT 06320 Michael P Higbie uscga edu 860 444 8373 LT Michael Higbie Nautical Science IV Instructor Professional Maritime Studies U S Coast Guard Academy Originally from Centreville Virginia Lieutenant Michael Higbie graduated from the United States Coast Guard Academy in 2009 with a degree in Civil Engineering His first tour was as a Deck Watch Officer aboard USCGC Dallas WHEC 716 home ported in Charleston South Carolina Aboard Dallas LT Higbie served as the Combat Information Center

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  • Academics: LCDR Dean Edward Horton
    E Horton U S Coast Guard Academy Humanities Department 15 Mohegan Avenue New London CT 06320 8103 Dean E Horton uscga edu 860 701 6603 LCDR Dean Edward Horton Instructor Department of Humanities U S Coast Guard Academy LCDR Horton joined the Coast Guard in 1987 and was assigned to the USCGC Polar Sea WAGB 11 following graduation from Training Center Cape May New Jersey Later after graduation from the Aviation Training Center in Elizabeth City North Carolina he was assigned to Air Station Barbers Point Hawaii where he worked on both HH65A helicopters and HC130 aircraft as an Aviation Electrician s Mate Following his first tour LCDR Horton attended the Great Lakes Maritime Academy in Traverse City Michigan graduating in 1995 as a Coast Guard licensed third mate of unlimited tonnage vessels as well as a first class pilot of vessels upon the five great lakes and the Saint Marys Saint Clair and Detroit Rivers He subsequently sailed on a variety of Merchant Marine vessels around the world including bulk grain carriers oil tankers ferries and high capacity passenger vessels Following the attacks of September 11th 2001 LCDR Horton returned to active duty through the Direct Commission Maritime Academy Graduate program and after attending Direct Commission Officer school at the Coast Guard Academy served in both the command center and Port Operations department of Marine Safety Office Hampton Roads Later as the MSO transitioned to Sector Hampton Roads he served as both a Senior Marine Inspector and the assistant chief of Port Safety and Security In 2004 LCDR Horton served as the team supervisor of the RAID Team a group of Coast Guardsmen attached to the U S Army in Kuwait and Iraq tasked with advising and assisting in the shipment of hazardous materials in Southwest Asia In 2005

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  • Academics: Dr. Julia Istomina
    reach into other disciplines and traditions in particular American studies women s gender and sexuality studies postcolonial studies culture and performance studies critical race theory and political philosophy With the support of a Susan L Huntington Dean s Distinguished University Fellowship she completed her Ph D in English Literature at The Ohio State University under the advisement of Linda Mizejewski Theresa Delgadillo and Lynn Itagaki Prior to attending OSU she worked as an Assistant Professor of English at Mandl College of Allied Health in New York City Istomina also holds an M F A in Poetry from The New School Graduate Writing Program and has placed numerous poetry reviews and translations of Russian poetry in both print and online venues including The Antioch Review Fence Magazine Rattle Rain Taxi Review of Books The Gertrude Stein Awards Anthology Green Integer Press Jacket Magazine Salt Magazine Ars Intepres International Coldfront Magazine and The Stranger at Home Anthology Numina Press She has mentored prison writers for the PEN Prison Writing Institute and taught creative writing to high school students for the PEN American Writing Program Education Ph D English Literature The Ohio State University May 2015 Dissertation Titled Property Mobility and Epistemology in U S Women of Color Detective Fiction M F A Poetry The New School Graduate Writing Program May 2010 B A High Honors English Kenyon College May 2005 Courses Taught English Composition and Speech Writing about Literature Selected Publications and Presentations The Terror of Ahistoricity Reading The Frame up through and against Film Noir in Richard Wright s The Man Who Lived Underground African American Review Forthcoming Fall 2016 Print The Elsewhere Swerve Polyrhythmic Epistemology and Inclusive History in Charlotte Carter s Jazz Detective Fiction Novel Coq au Vin 1999 in Arizona Quarterly A Journal of American Literature Culture and Theory forthcoming Spring 2016 Print An Idiomatic Victory Postmodern Ethnography in Arrow of God West Africa Review 18 Summer 2011 58 72 Print Ernest Hemingway The Antioch Review 68 4 Fall 2010 761 Print Pour La Science Fence Magazine Spring Summer 2008 103 Print Blueberry America Shampoo Poetry 25 September 2005 Online Moveable Art or Ethnic Kitsch The Politics of Aesthetic Commodification in Charlotte Carter s Coq au Vin 1999 and Carolina Garcia Aguilera s Havana Heat A Lupe Solano Mystery 2000 Modern and Contemporary American Literature in a Global Frame American Literature Association Annual Conference Boston May 2015 Conference Presentation Staging the Disappeared Selective National Memory in Chicana Detective Fiction Violence on the Borders Memory Gender Geography Division of Ethnic Studies in Language and Literature Modern Language Association Annual Conference Vancouver January 2015 Conference Presentation Framing the Law Reading the Legal System as Social Contract in U S Women of Color Detective Fiction Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Conference Harrisburg April 2014 Conference Presentation Night Girl versus Miss Marple versus V I Warshawski The Re Emergence of the African American Female Sleuth and Surprising Uses of a Limiting Genre The Society for the Study of the Multi Ethnic Literature

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  • Academics: Dr. Hudson Jackson
    Jackson H Gucunski N Recycled Portland Cement Concrete Modulus Evaluation using Surface Waves Accepted for publication and presentation at the GeoCongress 2012 Annual American Society of Civil Engineers Geotechnical Engineering Conference March 2012 Blanshard A Jackson H Promoting National Development Through Improvement of Education Provision for All Sierra Leoneans The Role of the Diaspora Sierra Leone Conference on Development and Transformation Jan 2012 Freetown Sierra Leone accepted for publication and presentation Blanshard A Jackson H The Role of Science Engineering and Technology Education in the National Development of Sierra Leone International Conference on Education and Development in Sierra Leone Freetown Sierra Leone 2011 Jackson H Rumsey N Zelmanowitz S and Daragan P Work in Progress Assessing Information Literacy in Civil Engineering Proceedings of the 41st Frontiers in Education Conference Grand Rapids SD 2011 Maggi B Jackson H Tarhini K Russell J Work In Progress United States Coast Guard Academy Robotics on Water Competition as Recruiting Tool Program Enhancement for STEM and Diversity Outreach Proceedings of the 41st Frontiers in Education Conference Grand Rapids SD 2011 Jackson H Tarhini K Zapalska A and Zelmanowitz S Strategies to Infuse Global Perspectives and Industrial Collaboration in Engineering Education Proceedings of the 40th Frontiers in Education Conference Arlington VA 2010 Jackson H Tarhini K Morrissey A And Podoll N Developing Civil Engineering Leaders at the United States Coast Guard Academy Proceedings of the 40th Frontiers in Education Conference Arlington VA 2010 Jackson H Tarhini K Fleischmann C Rumsey N And Zelmanowitz S Work in Progress Selection and Execution of Civil Engineering Capstone Design Projects at the United States Coast Guard Academy Proceedings of the 40th Frontiers in Education Conference Arlington VA 2010 Russell J Tarhini K and Jackson H Work in Progress United States Coast Guard Academy Robotics on Water New Program for STEM and Diversity Outreach Proceedings of the 40th Frontiers in Education Conference Arlington VA 2010 Gucunski N Jackson H and Maher A In situ evaluation of rubblized PCCP modulus by surface waves Proceedings of CETRA First International Conference on Road and Rail Infrastructure Opatija Croatia 2010 Podoll N Tarhini N and Jackson H Model Activities for Coordinating Core Engineering Courses American Society of Engineering Education North East Regional Conference Boston MA 2010 Jackson H Tarhini K Fleischmann C Rumsey N and Zelmanowitz S Selection and Execution of Civil Engineering Capstone Design Projects at the United States Coast Guard Academy American Society of Engineering Education North East Regional Conference Boston MA 2010 Jackson H Tarhini K and Zelmanowitz S Addressing Globalization in Civil Engineering at the United States Coast Guard Academy Proceeding of the 39th Frontiers in Education Conference San Antonio TX Oct 2009 Jackson H Tarhini K and Zelmanowitz S Infusing Industry Community and the Coast Guard into the Civil Engineering Program at the United States Coast Guard Academy Proceeding of the 39th Frontiers in Education Conference San Antonio TX Oct 2009 Ellis E Jackson H Incorporating Engineering into PreK to grade 12 curricula Through Career Imprinting Proceedings of the 39th

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  • Academics: LCDR Royce W. James
    Library Registrar Academic Support Services Academic Advising Fourth Class Academic Orientation Cadet Academic Advisory Board Cadet Academic Assistance Program Writing and Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports CONTACT INFORMATION LCDR Royce W James U S Coast Guard Academy Science Department 27 Mohegan Avenue New London CT 06320 Royce W James uscga edu 860 444 8638 LCDR Royce W James Associate Professor Department of Science U S Coast Guard Academy Prior to joining the Coast Guard Dr James served with AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps NCCC as a Team Leader he then graduated from USCG Boot Camp class Y 149 in 1996 LCDR James attended New Mexico State University under the Coast Guard s College Student Pre Commissioning Initiative CSPI program While at NMSU he held internships at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Goddard Space Flight Facility and at the National Science Foundation NSF Dr James went on to become the lab manager for the NMSU Los Alamos Low Temperature Materials Laboratory and graduated from NMSU in 1999 After six weeks at Officer Candidate School Dr James was dis enrolled due to an injury and subsequently reported to the Research and Development Center where he researched STCOM systems for shipboard communications Six months later he restarted OCS and graduated in 2000 LCDR James served as a Project Engineer at the Command and Control Engineering Center C2CEN and from there was selected for the Academy Instructor Masters program Dr James earned a Master s of Science Degree from Columbia University and began teaching at the Academy in 2004 LCDR James completed a his Doctorate in Plasma Physics at Columbia

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