Dr. Clara Small, Second Vice President of the Pi Gamma Mu Board of Trustees and Salisbury University Professor (Ret.), profiles 56 notable African Americans in her new book Compass Points: Profiles and Biographies of African Americans From the Delmarva Peninsula. The 317 page book got its start back in 1998 when one of Dr. Small's students made the comment, "Blacks have never done anything in this country, nor on the Eastern Shore." That night, Small stayed up all night and wrote a 32 page manuscript. Over the next 15 years, Small continued to work on her labor of love.
Dr. Roger Lee Mendoza, an actuary and professor of business economics at Wilmington University and the University of Pennsylvania, recently published the following articles in peer-reviewed journals in health care management. He was inducted into Pi Gamma Mu (Philippines Alpha Chapter) in 1985 as a summa cum laude graduate of the University of the Philippines:
1) Can healthcare solutions form part of the problem? Senegal's dichotomized approach to hepatitis B prevention. International Journal of Healthcare Management (January 2015). Abstract: http://www.maneyonline.com/doi/abs/10.1179/2047971914Y.0000000095?journalCode=ihm&.
2) Autonomy and paternalism in medical e-commerce. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy (December 2014). Abstract: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11019-014-9619-0
3) Pharmacoeconomics and clinical trials in multiple sclerosis: baseline data from the European Union. Journal of Public Health, 22 (June 2014): 211-218. Abstract:http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10389-013-0561-z.
4) The skin whitening industry in the Philippines. Journal of Public Health Policy, 35 (May 2014)...