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  • Dr. Waddill's Home Page
    information including recent publications and presentations check out my Vita Use the Course Pages at left to navigate to the home pages of the various courses I teach at Murray State My Current Research Interests Why is it that what we remember reading or hearing isn t always what we actually read or heard Why do we recall objects as having been in one location when they were actually in another What makes some faces harder to recognize than others I conduct research in human learning and memory that seeks to answer questions like these Current lines of investigation in my lab include episodic memory memory representations and encoding processes that enhance memory My work also includes forensic and educational applications of memory research I welcome both undergraduate and graduate students into my lab either as research assistants on projects already underway or as investigators on their own individual research projects Mentoring students in research is something I find enjoyable and rewarding In 2007 I was honored to receive the university s Distinguished Mentor Award in recognition of my work with students Educational Background Ph D in Learning and Memory Purdue University M S in Education of the Hearing Impaired

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  • BHA's Home Page
    Highlights Consulting Professional Services Academics the OSH Program Course Syllabi Grading System Term Schedule Office Hours Off Campus Weekend Courses Dates Times Final Exams Policy Schedule Homework Assignments On Line Guidelines for Projects Selected Assignments The Department of Occupational Safety Health OSH Graduate Admission Policy Requirements OSH Currently Offered Courses Professional Organizations Societies Recommended Sites Related Links MSU News Educational Links More in Archived Web Pages About Lebanon General Information

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  • OSH 420, Syllabus
    have at least 3 5 laboratory hours Students are to determine these sessions and arrange with lab supervisor and or the instructor for assistance It is suggested that students have these lab sessions in small groups and not individually Failure to fulfill this requirement the student may lose one letter grade All students are required to sign in and out for laboratory credit Text s and Resources Required Text Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene National Safety Council Latest Edition Handouts by topic subject when applicable Recommended Texts References Cralley and Cralley Eds Patty s Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology Vol III Willey Interscience Latest Edition Brauer Roger L Safety and Health for Engineers VNR USA Latest Edition Evaluation and Grading Procedures Homework 20 Paper 10 Test I 20 Test II 20 Final exam 30 Attendance Policy Attendance is required Unexcused absences may affect your final grade for the course Academic Honesty Policy Murray State University takes seriously its moral and educational obligation to maintain high standards of academic honesty and ethical behavior Instructors are expected to evaluate students academic achievements accurately as well as ascertain that work submitted by students is authentic and the result of their own efforts and consistent with established academic standards Students are obligated to respect and abide by the basic standards of personal and professional integrity Violations of Academic Honesty Include Cheating Intentionally using or attempting to use unauthorized information such as books notes study aids or other electronic online or digital devices in any academic exercise as well as unauthorized com munication of information by any means to or from others during any academic exercise Fabrication and Falsification Intentional alteration or invention of any information or citation in an academic exercise Falsification involves changing information whereas fabrication involves inventing or counterfeiting information Multiple Submission The submission of substantial portions of the same academic work including oral reports for credit more than once without authorization from the instructor Plagiarism Intentionally or knowingly representing the words ideas creative work or data of someone else as one s own in any academic exercise without due and proper acknowledgement Instructors should outline their expectations that may go beyond the scope of this policy at the beginning of each course and identify such expectations and restrictions in the course syllabus When an instructor receives evidence either directly or indirectly of academic dishonesty he or she should investigate the instance The faculty member should then take ap propriate disciplinary action Disciplinary action may include but is not limited to the following 1 Requiring the student s to repeat the exercise or do additional related exercise s 2 Lowering the grade or failing the student s on the particular exercise s involved 3 Lowering the grade or failing the student s in the course If the disciplinary action results in the awarding of a grade of E in the course The student s may not drop the course Faculty reserve the right to invalidate any exercise or other evaluative measures if substantial evidence

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  • OSH 425, Syllabus
    Policy Attendance is required Unexcused absences may affect your final grade for the course Academic Honesty Policy Murray State University takes seriously its moral and educational obligation to maintain high standards of academic honesty and ethical behavior Instructors are expected to evaluate students academic achievements accurately as well as ascertain that work submitted by students is authentic and the result of their own efforts and consistent with established academic standards Students are obligated to respect and abide by the basic standards of personal and professional integrity Violations of Academic Honesty Include Cheating Intentionally using or attempting to use unauthorized information such as books notes study aids or other electronic online or digital devices in any academic exercise as well as unauthorized com munication of information by any means to or from others during any academic exercise Fabrication and Falsification Intentional alteration or invention of any information or citation in an academic exercise Falsification involves changing information whereas fabrication involves inventing or counterfeiting information Multiple Submission The submission of substantial portions of the same academic work including oral reports for credit more than once without authorization from the instructor Plagiarism Intentionally or knowingly representing the words ideas creative work or data of someone else as one s own in any academic exercise without due and proper acknowledgement Instructors should outline their expectations that may go beyond the scope of this policy at the beginning of each course and identify such expectations and restrictions in the course syllabus When an instructor receives evidence either directly or indirectly of academic dishonesty he or she should investigate the instance The faculty member should then take ap propriate disciplinary action Disciplinary action may include but is not limited to the following 1 Requiring the student s to repeat the exercise or do additional related exercise

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  • OSH 621, Syllabus
    the instructor LATE CRITIQUES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED Make sure to turn in original article s Papers are due on or before the date assigned by the instructor LATE PAPERS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED Field Clinical and or Laboratory Experiences Field trips when applicable will be followed by group discussions Laboratory and hands on are not required for this course However all student are encouraged to use the industrial hygiene laboratory open hours policy for hands on and practical experience Text s and Resources Required Text Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene National Safety Council Latest Edition Recommended Texts References The Occupational Environment Its Evaluation and Control AIHA Press Latest Edition Brauer Roger L Safety and Health for Engineers VNR USA Latest Edition Evaluation and Grading Procedures Program design development 65 Critique 15 Paper 20 Attendance Policy Attendance is required Unexcused absences may affect your final grade for the course Academic Honesty Policy Murray State University takes seriously its moral and educational obligation to maintain high standards of academic honesty and ethical behavior Instructors are expected to evaluate students academic achievements accurately as well as ascertain that work submitted by students is authentic and the result of their own efforts and consistent with established academic standards Students are obligated to respect and abide by the basic standards of personal and professional integrity Violations of Academic Honesty Include Cheating Intentionally using or attempting to use unauthorized information such as books notes study aids or other electronic online or digital devices in any academic exercise as well as unauthorized com munication of information by any means to or from others during any academic exercise Fabrication and Falsification Intentional alteration or invention of any information or citation in an academic exercise Falsification involves changing information whereas fabrication involves inventing or counterfeiting information Multiple Submission The submission of substantial portions of the same academic work including oral reports for credit more than once without authorization from the instructor Plagiarism Intentionally or knowingly representing the words ideas creative work or data of someone else as one s own in any academic exercise without due and proper acknowledgement Instructors should outline their expectations that may go beyond the scope of this policy at the beginning of each course and identify such expectations and restrictions in the course syllabus When an instructor receives evidence either directly or indirectly of academic dishonesty he or she should investigate the instance The faculty member should then take ap propriate disciplinary action Disciplinary action may include but is not limited to the following 1 Requiring the student s to repeat the exercise or do additional related exercise s 2 Lowering the grade or failing the student s on the particular exercise s involved 3 Lowering the grade or failing the student s in the course If the disciplinary action results in the awarding of a grade of E in the course The student s may not drop the course Faculty reserve the right to invalidate any exercise or other evaluative measures if substantial

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  • OSH 626, Syllabus
    Academic Honesty Policy Murray State University takes seriously its moral and educational obligation to maintain high standards of academic honesty and ethical behavior Instructors are expected to evaluate students academic achievements accurately as well as ascertain that work submitted by students is authentic and the result of their own efforts and consistent with established academic standards Students are obligated to respect and abide by the basic standards of personal and professional integrity Violations of Academic Honesty Include Cheating Intentionally using or attempting to use unauthorized information such as books notes study aids or other electronic online or digital devices in any academic exercise as well as unauthorized com munication of information by any means to or from others during any academic exercise Fabrication and Falsification Intentional alteration or invention of any information or citation in an academic exercise Falsification involves changing information whereas fabrication involves inventing or counterfeiting information Multiple Submission The submission of substantial portions of the same academic work including oral reports for credit more than once without authorization from the instructor Plagiarism Intentionally or knowingly representing the words ideas creative work or data of someone else as one s own in any academic exercise without due and proper acknowledgement Instructors should outline their expectations that may go beyond the scope of this policy at the beginning of each course and identify such expectations and restrictions in the course syllabus When an instructor receives evidence either directly or indirectly of academic dishonesty he or she should investigate the instance The faculty member should then take ap propriate disciplinary action Disciplinary action may include but is not limited to the following 1 Requiring the student s to repeat the exercise or do additional related exercise s 2 Lowering the grade or failing the student s on the particular exercise

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  • OSH 637, Syllabus
    errors Log Normal Distribution concentrations collected from environmental samples Poisson s Distribution particles and fibers counting Binomial Distribution determining OSHA s recommended number of workers to sample from a given worker population Instructional Activities Lectures Handouts Homework Case studies Field Clinical and or Laboratory Experiences Not applicable Text s and Resources Recommended Brockett and Levine Statistics Probability and Their Applications Saunders College Publishing Daniel W Wayne Biostatistics The Foundations of Statistical Analysis for Health Sciences 5th Edition Wiley Publishing Co Pagano M and K Gauvreau Principles of Biostatistics Duxbury Press Belmont California Handouts by topic subject when applicable Evaluation and Grading Procedures Homework 30 Mid term exam 35 Final exam 35 Attendance Policy Attendance is required Unexcused absences may affect your final grade for the course Academic Honesty Policy Murray State University takes seriously its moral and educational obligation to maintain high standards of academic honesty and ethical behavior Instructors are expected to evaluate students academic achievements accurately as well as ascertain that work submitted by students is authentic and the result of their own efforts and consistent with established academic standards Students are obligated to respect and abide by the basic standards of personal and professional integrity Violations of Academic Honesty Include Cheating Intentionally using or attempting to use unauthorized information such as books notes study aids or other electronic online or digital devices in any academic exercise as well as unauthorized com munication of information by any means to or from others during any academic exercise Fabrication and Falsification Intentional alteration or invention of any information or citation in an academic exercise Falsification involves changing information whereas fabrication involves inventing or counterfeiting information Multiple Submission The submission of substantial portions of the same academic work including oral reports for credit more than once without authorization from the instructor Plagiarism Intentionally or knowingly representing the words ideas creative work or data of someone else as one s own in any academic exercise without due and proper acknowledgement Instructors should outline their expectations that may go beyond the scope of this policy at the beginning of each course and identify such expectations and restrictions in the course syllabus When an instructor receives evidence either directly or indirectly of academic dishonesty he or she should investigate the instance The faculty member should then take ap propriate disciplinary action Disciplinary action may include but is not limited to the following 1 Requiring the student s to repeat the exercise or do additional related exercise s 2 Lowering the grade or failing the student s on the particular exercise s involved 3 Lowering the grade or failing the student s in the course If the disciplinary action results in the awarding of a grade of E in the course The student s may not drop the course Faculty reserve the right to invalidate any exercise or other evaluative measures if substantial evidence exists that the integ rity of the exercise has been compromised Faculty also reserve the right to document in the course

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  • J. Ricky Cox
    org Dr Karl F Hussung Professorship in Chemistry Award 2008 2009 and 2014 2015 Kentucky Academy of Science Superlative Award Outstanding College or University Teacher 2007 MSU Board of Regents Award for Teaching Excellence College of Science Engineering and Technology 2005 Publications Click HERE for list Recent Publications Improving the science communication skills of undergraduates HERE ESPN s Around the Horn inspired a new activity to improve the communication and listening skills of biochemistry students HERE Mining the Protein Data Bank and quantum mechanical calculations have revealed geometrical and energetic considerations concerning Tyrosine Adenine Stacking Interactions in Proteins HERE Research and Research Lab Sam Pellock completed his Honor s Thesis entitled The Nature of pi pi Interactions in Tyrosine Adenine Complexes He was Outstanding Senior Man at the May 2014 commencement ceremony and will be pursuing his Ph D in the Biological and Biomedical Science Program at the University of North Carolina Sam was a co author on two of the papers mentioned in the above section Hunter York holds the Hattie Mayme Ross Graduate Scholarship and his research involves experimental and computational approaches to investigating the active site and interaction network of enzymes involved in antibiotic resistance Lab Alumnus

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