Theme: "Think Bigger, Think Better"
Knoxville, TN, United States
May 18th, 2012
About this event
Hallerin Hilton Hill
Hallerin Hilton Hill is a radio talk show host, motivational speaker, and trainer. Hallerin’s morning radio show airs from 5:30-10 every weekday mornings on Newstalk 100 WNOX. In April, Hallerin was named to the "Top 100 Most Powerful People in Tennessee" and the “Top 50 Most Powerful African-Americans in Tennessee by Business Tennessee magazine.
An experienced trial lawyer with a passion for teaching, Sydney A. Beckman is Vice President, Dean and Professor of Law at the Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law. Previously, he taught at Charleston School of Law and was an adjunct at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law. He regularly presents on using technology in the classroom. He has authored dozens of articles and numerous books. His interests include evidence, technology and the law, and domestic relations.
Sandra C. Ruffin is an Associate Professor of Law. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park and the Harvard Law School. Professor Ruffin practiced in the areas of corporate finance, transactional law and entertainment law in Washington, D.C. While practicing, Professor Ruffin taught numerous CLE courses and consulted with the General Services Administration as a trainer for Equal Employment Opportunity personnel. In 2006 Professor Ruffin was invited to the White House to brainstorm with members of the National Business Roundtable around the development agenda in Washington, D.C. and Prince George's County, Maryland and possible intersections with White House initiatives. In 2009, Prof. Ruffin presented at the Christiania Climate Summit in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Dr. Natalie Shirley is Assistant Professor of Anatomy at the LMU DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine and an adjunct faculty member in the University of Tennessee Anthropology Department. She received her B.A. (1998) and M.A. (2001) in anthropology from Louisiana State University, where she was actively involved in the forensic anthropology program (LSU FACES Laboratory). She received her Ph.D. (2009) from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville as a student of Dr. Richard Jantz, Director Emeritis of the Forensic Anthropology Center. Her research interests include skeletal maturation in modern populations, age and sex estimation from the human skeleton, secular changes in skeletal biology, and skeletal trauma. She is an active participant in the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, and she was awarded the Emerging Forensic Scientist Award (2007) for her research in skeletal maturation. Dr. Shirley has published articles in the Journal of Forensic Sciences and Clinical Anatomy, numerous book chapters, and a textbook entitled Forensic Anthropology: An Introduction. She is actively involved in the US Department of Justice’s International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program’s initiative in Colombia, in which she participates in training and research exercises to assist the Colombian forensic community in the reconciliation of crimes against humanity. This spring she is the forensic anthropologist on an 8-episode television series airing on the National Geographic Channel entitled The Great American Manhunt.
Zane Hagy is the Ringleader at z11 communications, a full-service advertising and PR firm built around the theme of the circus. Self-described as a "PR, Advertising, Marketing, marathon running guy, Mini owner, and social networking cynic," he works to take brands outside of their comfort zones and evolve with the times. The company tagline, 'Relevance Reinvented,' addresses this goal by keeping top-of-mind the fact that new trends and media opportunities sprout up daily and brands sometimes have to reinvent themselves to remain relevant.
Jason Caudill is currently an Assistant Professor of Business Administration and the program coordinator for Computer Information Systems at Carson-Newman College He has a PhD in Instructional Technology from the University of Tennessee, as well as a bachelor's degree in Business Administration and also an MBA at the University of Tennessee. His research interests are in technical management and online education and has had the chance to do quite a bit of work with topics in those areas.
Venue and Details
LMU Duncan School of Law
601 W Summit Hill Dr
Knoxville, TN, 37902
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May 18th, 2012
12:00am-6:00pm (GMT -4hrs)
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Knoxville, TN, United States