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  • Shirley Rainey-Brown | Fisk University
    environmental justice in sociology and to assist them to critically assess evaluate and develop strategies to address communities of color environmental injustices Research Dr Brown s current research entails completing a textbook manuscript on environmental justice working on an article manuscript for Women and Environmental Injustice and creating a Special Issue on Women and Environmental Justice Publications New American Racism A Micro Cosmo Study of African American Struggles in Clarksville Tennessee By Shirley Rainey Brown and Glenn S Johnson Race Gender and Class Journal V 19 3 4 2012 Grassroots Activism An Exploration of Women of Color s Role in the Environmental Justice Movement By Shirley A Rainey Glenn S Johnson Race Gender and Class Journal September 2010 Environmental Justice Examining the Social Bases of Environmental Concern in an African American Community by Shirley Rainey Environmental Justice Journal 1 3 2008 The Highlander Research and Education Center Utilizing Social Change Based Models for Public Policy by Chris Baker Glenn S Johnson Lee Williams Deborah G Perkins and Shirley A Rainey Race Gender Class Journal Dickson Tennessee And Shelia Holt s Family Toxic Wells A Classic Case Study Of Environmental Inequality by Glenn Johnson Shirley Rainey Race Gender Class Journal 15 3 4 2008 Hurricane Katrina Public Health and Environmental Justice Issues Front and Centered 2007 by Glenn S Johnson and Shirley A Rainey Race Gender and Class Journal 14 1 2 17 37 Hurricane Katrina Impact on Three Historically Black Colleges and Universities HBCUs Voices from Displaced Students 2007 by Glenn S Johnson and Shirley A Rainey Race Gender Class Journal 14 1 2 100 119 Global Environment Movement 2007 by Shirley Rainey Encyclopedia of Race and Racism 2 64 68 Perceptions of Environmental Inequality Does It Still Exist 2007 Shirley A Rainey Journal of Social and Behavioral Sciences 40

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  • Norman Rapp | Fisk University
    Tn 37208 Office 615 329 8848 Personal 615 456 9015 ude ksif pparn Search Flickr YouTube Twitter Facebook Connect Fisk University 1000 17th Avenue N Nashville TN 37208 615 329 8500 Fisk University 2015 All Rights Reserved Contact ude ksif retsambew Fisk Facts Washington Monthly ranks Fisk 1 in research among liberal arts institutions in the South Support Fisk Every dollar from every donor makes a difference in the lives

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  • Norman Rapp | Fisk University
    456 9015 ude ksif pparn Search Flickr YouTube Twitter Facebook Connect Fisk University 1000 17th Avenue N Nashville TN 37208 615 329 8500 Fisk University 2015 All Rights Reserved Contact ude ksif retsambew Fisk Facts A National Science Foundation study revealed that Fisk alumni earned more doctorate degrees in the natural sciences than African American graduates from any other college or university in the nation Support Fisk Every dollar from

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  • Nancy Rasico | Fisk University
    whose presence on campus has afforded Fisk students the opportunity to study Swahili Mandarin Chinese and Portuguese As chairman of the Campus Globalization Team she created the Passport to World Connections Lecture Series and as a consequence many students and faculty members have given presentations and reflected on their international travel experiences Since 2010 she has organized Conferences Lectures on the Catalan language at the Institut d Estudis Menorquins Menorc Wa Rasico has been a member of Sister Cities of Nashville and was part of the delegation that made Mendoza Argentina Nashville s sixth official international Sister City in 2009 In addition she has studied and resided in Spain and France for several years and she has traveled frequently to and extensively in both countries For many years she has been an active participant in international conferences on the Catalan language and culture Research Activities Fulbright Grant Writer and Administrator 2010 Present Conference Lectures on the Catalan language at the Institut d Estudis Menorquins Menorc Wa Organizer Passport to World Connections Lecture Series Fulbright Scholar Yanhua Liu Nancy Rasico Lecturer Education M A T Spanish Indiana University B A Spanish State University of New York Potsdam Contact Park Johnson 223

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  • Sarah Robinson | Fisk University
    There she switched to studying the small roundworm C elegans using it a model system to study novel regulators of dopamine signaling Research Dr Robinson is currently a postdoctoral research fellow in the laboratory of Randy Blakely at Vanderbilt University She is studying the role of motifs in the C terminus of the dopamine transporter that are required for proper synaptic localization of the transporter She is also focused on the characterization of a novel mutation that arose from a forward genetic screen for novel regulators of the dopamine transporter Recent Publications Hardaway J A Hardie S Whitaker S Baas S Zhang B Bermingham D Lichtenstein A and Blakely R 2012 Forward genetic analysis targeting endogenous dopamine inactivation in Caenorhabditis elegans using swimming induced paralysis G3 2 961 975 Sarah Robinson Ph D Visiting Assistant Professor Education Postdoctoral researcher in Department of Pharmacology Vanderbilt University Medical Center Ph D Biochemistry and Molecular Biology University of Georgia B S Biology Virginia Tech Contact Hughes Kellog Research Building 1000 17 th Ave North Nashville Tn 37208 Office 615 329 8752 ude ksif nosnibors Search Flickr YouTube Twitter Facebook Connect Fisk University 1000 17th Avenue N Nashville TN 37208 615 329 8500 Fisk

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  • Sarah Robinson | Fisk University
    of Dr Randy Blakely at Vanderbilt University There she switched to studying the small roundworm C elegans using it a model system to study novel regulators of dopamine signaling Research Dr Robinson is currently a postdoctoral research fellow in the laboratory of Randy Blakely at Vanderbilt University She is studying the role of motifs in the C terminus of the dopamine transporter that are required for proper synaptic localization of the transporter She is also focused on the characterization of a novel mutation that arose from a forward genetic screen for novel regulators of the dopamine transporter Recent Publications Hardaway J A Hardie S Whitaker S Baas S Zhang B Bermingham D Lichtenstein A and Blakely R 2012 Forward genetic analysis targeting endogenous dopamine inactivation in Caenorhabditis elegans using swimming induced paralysis G3 2 961 975 Sarah Robinson Ph D Visiting Assistant Professor Education Postdoctoral researcher in Department of Pharmacology Vanderbilt University Medical Center Ph D Biochemistry and Molecular Biology University of Georgia B S Biology Virginia Tech Contact Hughes Kellog Research Building 1000 17 th Ave North Nashville Tn 37208 Office 615 329 8752 ude ksif nosnibors Search Flickr YouTube Twitter Facebook Connect Fisk University 1000 17th Avenue N

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  • Sherri Rucker | Fisk University
    at Vanderbilt University for 10 years and has worked at Fisk University for nearly 13 years Sherri earned her B S Degree in Criminal Justice at Tennessee State University in 1990 After graduating she began her career at Vanderbilt University in the Office of the Vice Chancellor for University Relations and General Counsel In 1992 Sherri was contacted by the Executive Assistant to the Chancellor at Vanderbilt University and offered the Executive Secretary position in that office She immediately accepted the Executive Secretary position and worked in the Chancellor s Office for 8 years In 2000 the Chancellor retired after 18 years of service to Vanderbilt University and the new administration brought in all new staff After taking almost 4 months off Sherri began to search for another job and landed at Fisk University working in the Office of the President On September 11 2013 Sherri will celebrate her 13 th year at Fisk She has worked for four Fisk Presidents Dr John L Smith Jr 2000 2001 Dr Carolynn Reid Wallace 2001 2003 Dr Charles R Fuget Interim President 2004 and The Honorable Hazel R O Leary 2004 2013 until her retirement Currently Sherri works for Fisk s 15 th President and her fifth President Dr H James Williams Sherri is married to Timothy E Rucker and they have one adult daughter Sherri Bond Rucker Executive Assistant to the President and Assistant Secretary to the Board Education B S Criminal Justice Tennessee State University Nashville Tennessee Contact Cravath Hall 309A Office of the President 1000 17 th Avenue North Nashville TN 37208 615 329 8555 office phone ude ksif rekcurs Search Flickr YouTube Twitter Facebook Connect Fisk University 1000 17th Avenue N Nashville TN 37208 615 329 8500 Fisk University 2015 All Rights Reserved Contact ude ksif retsambew Fisk

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  • Jamaal Sheats | Fisk University
    Fine Art in Studio Art from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Art Boston SMFA where he was awarded the honor of being a SMFA Post graduate Teaching Fellow While Sheats has received numerous awards and accolades including being one of five Artists to Watch in the Boston Globe he was recently one of eight Artists commissioned by the Tennessee Art Commission to create works for Nashville s historic Music City Center Today Jamaal Sheats continues to tell stories of life emotion culture and history by painting pulling carving hammering sketching and engraving on metal wood canvas and other materials Given his passion for art and education Sheats is preparing to open the Charlotte Art Project a 2800 square foot studio and project gallery in Nashville Tennessee and also returned to his alma mater Fisk University as a faculty member in the Art Department www jamaalsheats com Jamaal B Sheats MFA Adjunct Professor of Art Education MFA in Studio Art Tufts University School of the Museum of Fine Art Boston BS in Fine Art Fisk University Contact Basic College Building 1000 17 th Ave N Nashville TN 37208 ude ksif staehSJ Search Flickr YouTube Twitter Facebook

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