Gene Cash, NCSP, associate professor of psychology at the Center for Psychological Studies, doesn’t use his first name, Ralph, but he signs his name R. Eugene Cash. When asked why, he said that the signature forms a question: “Are you Gene Cash?”
Timothy McCartney, Ph.D., associate professor of management at the H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship, has a hidden talent: cooking. And not only can he cook, but he can cook well. So well that “The Bahamas in Colour” 2010 calendar featured McCartney as Chef of The Year for his peas and grits seabreeze recipe.
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