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1999

FMU's Stokes, Knowles, Hall are published

FLORENCE –Francis Marion University professor of accounting, Carolyn R. Stokes, had a summary of social security changes, adapted from her forthcoming book, published in the April 1999 issue of Strategic Finance.

Stokes earned her D.B.A. degree from the University of Kentucky and has taught accounting at FMU since 1984.  She received her B.A. degree in education from the University of South Carolina, a master’s degree in accounting from USC, and a master’s degree in the art of teaching mathematics from Emory University. 

Stokes previously served as an instructor in the accounting department of the College of Business and Economics at the University of Kentucky and was an assistant professor in the College of General Studies at USC. She also taught math at Dreher High School in Columbia.

Travis Knowles, FMU instructor of biology, is co-author of “The Distribution and Ecology of the Northern Flying Squirrel, Glaucomys sabrinus coloratus, in the Southern Appalachians,” published by the Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.

The paper summarizes a five year study of population characteristics, habitat, food habits, and radiotelemetric studies of the squirrel, which was listed as endangered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 1985. 

  In addition, his article, re-titled  “Twilight on Bald Mountain” appeared in the March-April 1999 issue of The Sciences magazine.

Maggie Hall, wife of FMU professor of philosophy and religious studies Ron Hall, has published a book entitled Flavors of St. Augustine: An Historic Cookbook.  According to Hall, “the book weaves authentic period recipes into a narrative that recounts five distinct historical eras in which five flags have flown over our nation’s oldest continuously occupied city.” 

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Last Published: June 24, 2004 9:15 AM
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