Two librarians are honored as Models of Excellence in Scholarship

by Jane Malcolm, M.L.S. on 2022-04-12T14:54:00-05:00 | Comments

Dr. Daniel Isgrigg and Dr. Jeff LampDr. Andy Lang, Prof. Myra Bloom, Prof. Nancy Mankin, Prof. Scarlett JostDr. Daniel Isgrigg and Prof. Myra Bloom have been recognized among the 2022 Models of Excellence in Scholarship.

Dr. Isgrigg was recognized for Contribution to Spirit-Empowered Scholarship as Managing Editor of Spiritus: ORU Journal of Theology, along with Dr. Jeffrey Lamp, Editor. Dr. Isgrigg has also written numerous articles for Spiritus as well as other publications on various aspects of Pentecostal and Charismatic history (  

Prof. Bloom was recognized for Collaborative Scholarship: Healthy Academic Community Research Group (Dr. Andrew Lang, Professor Myra Bloom, Professor Scarlet Jost, Professor Nancy Mankin, Dr. Philip Nelson, and Dr. Enrique Valderrama). This team has produced several publications as a result of their research, including the following:

Allee, M. F., Anderson, S. E., Bloom, M. J., Jost, S. R., Keating III, D. P., Lang, A. S., ... & Valderrama, E. F. (2020). The influence of chronotype and grit on lifestyle and physical activity. Building Healthy Academic Communities Journal, 4(2), 57-70.

Bloom, M. J., Jost, S. R., Keating, D. P., Lang, A. S. I. D., Mankin, N. V., Mast, Z. W., ... & Valderrama, E. F. (2022). The influence of chronotype on the body mass index of US college students. Sleep Science, 15(Spec 2), 314.

Bloom, M. J., Brown, L. M., Jost, S. R., Lang, A. S. I. D., Mankin, N. V., Mast, Z. W., ... & Valderrama, E. F. (2021). The impact of Body Mass Index on physical activity and cardiac workload. bioRxiv.

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