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  • SEC Academic Leadership Development Program Fellows

    University of Alabama University of Arkansas

    Auburn University University of Florida University of Georgia

    University of Kentucky Louisiana State University University of Mississippi

    Mississippi State University University of Missouri

    University of South Carolina University of Tennessee Texas A&M University Vanderbilt University

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  • Michael A. Arthur is Head of Resource Acquisition and Discovery in the University Libraries and an Associate Professor at the University of Alabama. Arthur received his B.S. in Sports Marketing and Management in 1991, and his Master of Library Science in 1999, from Indiana University in Bloom- ington. He received his Master of Public Administration from Old Dominion University in 2006. Arthur held faculty positions at Ball State University, Old Dominion, and the University of Central Florida before joining Alabama in 2015. In his current position, Arthur has completed extensive analysis and made several changes to improve the effi ciency of content delivery and increased the availability of e-books and streaming media for use in the classroom.

    Arthur regularly presents at national conferences and has served on several library advisory boards representing university interests with publishers including Gale, Institute of Physics, SAGE Publica- tions, and Springer Nature. In 2015, he received one of the fi ve Faculty Excellence Awards presented annually by the Offi ce of the Provost at the University of Central Florida.  e award recognized in- novative contributions to the university and a sustained period of excellence in the library profession.

    Michael A. Arthur Discipline: Library and Information Science Department Head Libraries, Resource Acquisition and Discovery Box 870266 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 (205) 348-4890 maarthur@ua.edu

    University of Alabama

  • Dr. Hee Yun Lee is Associate Dean for Research, Professor, and holds an endowed academic chair in Social Work (Health) in the School of Social Work at the University of Alabama. As Associate Dean, she leads the Offi ce of Social Work Research, where she promotes faculty and staff grant applications, research scholarships, and post-award management.

    Dr. Lee is a behavioral health scientist, and her primary research areas include health disparities, rural health, opioid prevention, treatment and recovery, and technology-driven intervention development using randomized controlled trial. She uses mobile applications, wearable devices/sensors, and so- cial media as intervention mediums to change health behaviors, predominantly among underserved populations. To date, she has developed fi ve diff erent types of app and web-based applications to promote positive health behavior changes.

    Hee Yun Lee Discipline: Social Work Associate Dean for Research School of Social Work Box 870314 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 (205) 348-6553 hlee94@ua.edu

    University of Alabama

  • Dr. Michele Montgomery is Assistant Dean for Research and Associate Professor in the Capstone College of Nursing at the University of Alabama. A registered nurse who has mentored and taught in both undergraduate and graduate programs, she earned her B.A. in Communications from Alabama. She received both her B.S.N. and Ph.D. in Nursing, as well as her Master of Public Health in Epide- miology, from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

    Dr. Montgomery has built relationships with community partners that have been fundamental in developing a program of research utilizing community-based participatory data to address health disparities in low-income and medically underserved populations. Her research has been funded by the University of Alabama/Pickens Health Care Teaching Partnership and other committees and foundations. She has presented regionally, nationally, and internationally and is highly decorated, having been named the Distinguished Community-Engaged Scholar by the Council on Community- Based Partnerships in 2019 and the President’s Faculty Research Award recipient.

    Michele Montgomery Discipline: Nursing Assistant Dean for Research Capstone College of Nursing Box 870358 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 (205) 348-3071 mmontgomery1@ua.edu

    University of Alabama

  • Dominic Yeager is Associate Chair and Business and Operations Manager for the Department of  eatre and Dance at the University of Alabama. Additionally, he is Associate Professor of  eatre and leads the Arts Management Program. Recently, Yeager worked as the General Manager and Co- Producer of a new play entitled Separate and Equal, and he is currently working on a feature fi lm of the same name. He has also worked as Production Manager on the award-winning feature fi lm Service to Man and served as General Manager for the Off -Broadway production, Here I Sit Broken- hearted: A Bathroom Odyssey.

    Yeager, Business Manager for SummerTide  eatre in Gulf Shores, Alabama, is a member of the Southeastern  eatre Conference and also serves as Chair of the Arts Administration Ad-Hoc Com- mittee. He received his B.F.A. in Musical  eatre from the University of Nebraska at Kearney, and he received his M.F.A. in Arts Administration from Southern Utah University. He is a member of the International Association of Venue Managers, United States Institute of  eatre Technology, and the Association of Arts Administration Educators.

    Dominic Yeager Discipline:  eatre and Dance Associate Chair Department of  eatre and Dance Box 870239 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 (205) 348-3844 dmyeager@ua.edu

    University of Alabama

  • Dr. Adriana Rossiter Hofer is Director of the Global Engagement Offi ce (GEO) and Associate Profes- sor in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas. As the Director of GEO, Dr. Hofer is responsible for the strategy and management of the college’s internationalization eff orts, including study abroad programs, international internships, and exchanges.

    She focuses her teaching on international logistics and global supply chain management, as well as the application of strategic management theories to supply chain management research. Her research has appeared or is forthcoming in the Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Business Logis- tics, Transportation Journal, and the International Journal of Logistics Management, as well as several conference proceedings and trade magazines in the U.S. and abroad.

    Dr. Hofer is the recipient of the 2012 Journal of Business Logistics LaLonde Best Paper Award and the 2014 Walton College Faculty Excellence in Diversity Award, among others. Before pursuing her Ph.D., she worked as a transportation engineering consultant specializing in design, privatization, and concession of transportation infrastructure.

    Adriana Rossiter Hofer Discipline: Supply Chain Management Director Global Engagement Offi ce 475B Business Building Fayetteville, AR 72701 (479) 575-7424 ahofer@walton.uark.edu

    University of Arkansas

  • Frank Jacobus is an Associate Professor in the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design and Principal Architect in the award-winning architecture fi rm SILO AR+D. He currently holds the 21st Century Chair in Construction and Technology and has served two terms as a faculty senator rep- resenting the school. Jacobus received his Bachelor of Architecture from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, and he received his Master of Architecture II from the University of Texas at Austin.

    Jacobus has been a member of two journal editorial boards, d3 Magazine and Architecture Research Journal, and he is an award-winning educator, having won the prestigious Imhoff Award and the Tau Sigma Delta Silver Medallion. He has coordinated and taught all levels of design studio, Furniture Design and Construction, Architectural Programming, as well as graduate and undergraduate semi- nars related to his research, and he has led numerous design-build projects for the school.

    Among Jacobus’ recent educational projects is a book entitled Archi-Graphic: An Infographic Look at Architecture, published by Laurence King (2015);  e Visual Biography of Color, published by Oro Editions (2017); and an upcoming book entitled  e Making of  ings: A Handbook of Processes and Eff ects, to be published by Routledge.

    Frank Jacobus Discipline: Architecture and Design Associate Professor Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design 115 Vol Walker Hall Fayetteville, AR 72701 (479) 575-6498  acobus@uark.edu

    University of Arkansas

  • Tiff any Murphy is Associate Professor in the University of Arkansas School of Law where she served as liaison between clinical faculty and staff . As such, she supervised staff hiring, training, and evalu- ation and coordinated with clinical faculty on task completion. Murphy received her B.A. from the University of Michigan, and she earned her J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.

    In 2017, Murphy received the University of Arkansas Alumni Association Faculty Distinguished Achievement Award for Ser