TIFFANY EDMONDSON

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Adjunct Clinical Instructor of Nursing
tedmondson@cumberland.edu
McFarland Hall
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B.S.N., Northern Kentucky University

KIM FINCH

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Adjunct Associate Professor of Education
kfinch@cumberland.edu
School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts
Adjunct Faculty
The Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions Part Time and Adjunct Faculty
B.S., Sung-Shin Womens University, Korea
M.A., Fayetteville State University
C.A.S., University of Southern Maine
Ed.D., Vanderbilt University (Peabody College)

ASHLEY ERICKSON

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Adjunct Clinical Instructor of Nursing
aerickson@cumberland.edu
McFarland Hall
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B.S.N., Southern Adventist University
Ms. Ashley Erickson was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She knew from an early age that she always wanted to work in the hospital as a nurse. It was a familiar place to her since her mother was a nurse. She graduated from Southern Adventist University in 2010 with her B.S. in Nursing.  Ms. Erickson immediately started working on the Cardiac Step-down Unit at Parkridge Medical Center. In 2013, she and her husband moved to Hendersonville, Tennessee for her husband to be a part of the family business. She began working at Centennial Medical Center in their Cardiac Unit. In 2014 Ms. Erickson chose to pursue a different aspect of nursing and accepted a PRN position with HealthTrust Workforce Solutions. There she has explored many areas of nursing including Neurology, ICU, Orthopedics, and Same Day Surgery to name a few.  Ms. Erickson is currently working at Hendersonville Medical Center back in her love of cardiac in their Outpatient Cardiac Services.  She resides in Hendersonville, TN with her husband and new baby girl. She enjoys traveling, cooking, health and fitness, and spending time with her family. 

STACEY FUHRMANN

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Adjunct Clinical Instructor of Nursing
sfuhrmann@cumberland.edu
McFarland Hall
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B.S.N., Chamberlain College of Nursing
Stacey Fuhrmann has been a Clinical Adjunct Nursing Instructor at Cumberland University since 2016.  In 1998 she graduated from Niagara County Community College in Sanborn, New York, with an Associates of Applied Science in Nursing (ASN).  In 2006, Stacey and her family moved from the Western NY area to Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. In 2011 she completed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Chamberlain College of Nursing, where she maintained a 4.0 average, and in 2017 she graduated from Western Governors University with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with a concentration in Education.  Stacey practiced as an Intensive Care Nurse for fifteen years before accepting a position of Nursing Education and Nurse Residency Manager for Sumner Regional Medical Center in Gallatin, Tennessee, where she continues her career.  She is certified in Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS). She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Honor Society of Nursing. Stacey was recognized and published by Western Governors University for excellence in her Nurse Educator Capstone project, which designed and implemented End of Life education and training for nursing staff.  Degrees:  A.S.N. Niagara County Community College B.S.N. Chamberlain College of Nursing M.S.N. Western Governors University  

STORMIEE ELDRED

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Adjunct Clinical Instructor of Nursing
seldred@cumberland.edu
McFarland Hall
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B.S., Tennessee State University
B.S.N., Cumberland University

TIMOTHY DAVIS

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School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts
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The School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts Part-Time and Adjunct Faculty
M.F.A., Queens University of Charlotte
Timothy Charles Davis is a longtime Nashvillian. He co-authored, with John T. Edge, Sara Roahen, Sheri Castle and others, The Southern Foodways Alliance Community Cookbook (UGA Press). In 2015, The Hot Chicken Cookbook: The Fiery History and Red-Hot Recipes of Nashville’s Beloved Bird (Spring House Press) was published. In its fourth printing, the book has been reviewed or otherwise mentioned in Time, National Geographic, The New Yorker and Food Republic| and was the subject of a feature on NPR’s Morning Edition. A new book, tentatively titled Cooking With Kindness: A Manual For Mealmaking (Meditations and Exercises for a Meaningful Practice) is under contract with McFarland/Toplight and due in early 2021. Davis’ partial publication credits include pieces for Salon.com, Mother Jones, First We Feast, Saveur, Christian Science Monitor, Travel + Life, Harp, Gastronomica| and Oxford American. He is a former staff writer and food columnist at Creative Loafing in Charlotte, NC and Weekly Surge/The Sun News in Myrtle Beach, SC. He also contributed as an associate editor to Gravy, the official newsletter of the Oxford, Mississippi-based Southern Foodways Alliance. Davis has been a contributor to a number of area publications, including the East Nashvillian, Nashville Scene, Edible Nashville, Nashville Lifestyles, and NATIVE. In addition to Cumberland University, he has also taught at Nashville State, Lipscomb University and Watkins College of Art, Design + Film.

ROBERT COX

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Adjunct Instructor of Public Service Management
rccox@cumberland.edu
School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts
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The Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions Part Time and Adjunct Faculty
B.A., Vanderbilt University
M.S., Cumberland University
Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville

SUSAN DEMAY

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Adjunct Instructor of Art
SDemay@cumberland.edu
School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts
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The School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts Part-Time and Adjunct Faculty
B.A., Eckerd College
M.S., George Peabody College
M.A., Tennessee Technological University

Susan DeMay has worked in clay for over 40 years in her studio in Smithville,  Tennessee. Previously, her education in ceramics and other artforms includes not only 3 degrees in studio art, but she has also had double majors in art education. In her business, “Made by “ her production lines are known for their saturated colors in glaze and her nature themed motifs: floral imagery and landscapes.

In addition to her creative output, Susan DeMay is also a teaching artist with a lengthy career as an arts educator.  She has taught at Vanderbilt University in Nashville for over thirty years, and has also served as guest professor at a number of other colleges in Middle Tennessee.  She regularly conducts workshops at arts centers throughout the southeast, and has authored articles for several ceramics periodicals.

Her work has appeared in the following Lark Books:  500 Plates and Chargers;  500 Vases;  Ceramics for Beginners : Surfaces, Glazes and Firing; and The Best of 500 Ceramics.  She has also exhibited widely through out the Southeast, both in solo exhibitions and groups shows.

The ceramics of Susan DeMay can be found in retail venues throughout Middle Tennessee.  Many of these outlets have featured her work for decades, showcasing production lines that she and her assistants have produced throughout her long career.  A selection of her works is on display at her studio in Smithville and on her website:  www.susandemay.com.

 

JOHN R. (BOBBY) COX

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Adjunct Instructor of Education
jcox@cumberland.edu
School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts
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The School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts Part-Time and Adjunct Faculty
B.S., Middle Tennessee State University
M.A., Tennessee Technological University
Ed.S., Tennessee Technological University