ECPI University Students, Faculty, and Staff Making their Mark

ECPI University Students, Faculty, and Staff Making their Mark

Everywhere you turn at ECPI University you will see students, faculty, and staff making their mark on the world. Here are just a few examples of the outstanding leaders who learn, teach, and run ECPI University.

Brenda Brock

Brenda Brock, a Healthcare Administration graduate from the Greenville, South Carolina campus was recently recognized as Employee of the Month by the Greenville County Detention Center.

Dr. Tiffiny Shockley

Dr. Tiffiny Shockley, a member of the Medical Administration faculty at the Charlotte campus, was a keynote speaker at the Poverty and Social Protection Conference 2017, held in March in Bangkok, Thailand.

Dr. Kenneth King

Dr. Kenneth King, Computer and Information Science Program Director at the Richmond/Moorefield campus, recently earned his Information Technology with a specialization in Information Assurance and Security. His dissertation Title: Examine the Relationship between Information Technology Governance, Control Objectives for Information and Related Technologies, ISO 27001/27002, and Risk Management.

Michael Bluemling Jr.

Michael Bluemling Jr., an online Business Administration graduate from ECPI University’s College of Business and Criminal Justice, has joined the Virginia Department of Veteran Services and Veterans Education Training and Employment (VETE) as the new Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Program Manager. After graduating from ECPI University, Mr. Bluemling went on to earn a Master of Professional Studies in Human Resources and Employment Relations from Pennsylvania State University, as well as a Graduate Certificate from UMass Dartmouth in Organizational Leadership. He is also the author of three published self-help books, including Bridging the Gap from Soldier to Civilian: A Road Map to Success for Veterans.

ECPI University Students, Faculty, and Staff Making their Mark

Veronica Frierson, a member of the Medical Assistant faculty at the Columbia campus, was the Honorable Mention winner for the ABHES/Elsevier Master Teacher Award 2017. The Master Teacher Award recognizes best practices in teaching in the allied health disciplines and is presented by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) and Elsevier, the leading health sciences information provider.


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