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Jennifer Erin Bailey, M.F.A.
Adjunct Professor
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M.F.A., Texas Woman's University
B.F.A., Columbia College

I am a South Carolina native and have a deep appreciation and love for the arts in our state. I came to Coker for a new adventure and I stay here at Coker because I learn something new from the students everyday. I am passionate about not only exploring what dance IS, but what it CAN BE for dancers and non-dancers alike! 

PUBLICATIONS


• Frey, S. N., M. R. Conover, J. S. Borgo, and T. A. Messmer. 2003. Factors influencing pheasant hunter harvest and satisfaction. Human Dimensions in Wildlife 8: 275-284.
• Borgo, J. S., L. M. Conner, and M. R. Conover. 2006. Role of predator odor in roost site selection of southern flying squirrels. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34:144-149.
• Borgo, J. S., M. R. Conover, and L. M. Conner. 2006. Nest boxes reduce flying squirrel use of red-cockaded woodpecker cavities. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34:171-176.
• Borgo, J.S., and M.R. Conover. 2009. A device to record the specific time an artificial nest is depredated. Human-Wildlife Conflicts 3:88-92.
• Conover, M. R., and J. S. Borgo. 2009. Do sharp-tailed grouse select loafing sites to avoid olfactory or visual predators? Journal of Wildlife Management 73:242-247.
• Borgo, J. S., M. R. Conover, and L. M. Conner. 2010. Flying squirrel removal does not reduce their use of simulated red-cockaded woodpecker nest clusters. Southeastern Naturalist 9:813-820.
• Conover, M. R., J. S. Borgo, and D. K. Dahlgren. 2010. Greater sage-grouse select nest sites to avoid visual predators but not olfactory predators. Condor 112:331-336.
• Borgo, J.S., and M.R. Conover. 2015. Spatio-Temporal Patterns in the Depredation of Waterfowl Nests and Simulated Nests in the Prairie Pothole Region, USA. Waterbirds 38(2): 133-142
• Borgo, J.S., and M.R. Conover. 2016. Influence of Shelterbelts on Success and Density of Waterfowl Nests within the Prairie Pothole Region of North America. Waterbirds 39(1): 74-80.
• Borgo, J.S., and M.R. Conover. 2016. Visual and olfactory concealment on duck nests: influence on nest site selection and success. Human-Wildlife Interactions 10(1): Article 14.
PRESENTATIONS BY STUDENTS
• Stryker, T, Borgo, JS, Godbout, K, Oliver, K. 2015. Coyote diet at Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge: Implications for deer recruitment. Association of Southeastern Biologists Annual Conference, Chattanooga, TN (poster)
• Oliver, K, Borgo, JS, McCarthey Tyrrell, J. 2014. Bacterial growth inhibition ability of uropygial gland secretions of passerines based on foraging behaviors. Association of Southeastern Biologists Annual Conference, Chattanooga, TN (poster)
• Oliver, K. 2015 Bacterial Growth Inhibition Ability of Uropygial Gland Secretions of Passerines Based on Foraging Behaviors. Coker College Undergraduate Research Symposium (oral)
• Stryker, T. 2015. Coyote Diet at Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge: Implications for Deer Recruitment. Coker College Undergraduate Research Symposium (oral)
• Hughes, M, Borgo, JS. 2013. Occurrence of intestinal parasites in coyotes found in South Carolina. Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium of the South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities held at Greer, SC. (Poster)
• Oliver, K, Hughes, M, DeLancy, E, Reid, R, Borgo, JS. 2013. Herpetofaunal composition at Kalmia Gardens of Coker College. Annual Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists in Charleston, WV. (Poster)
• Hughes, M, Borgo, JS. 2012. Research in Progress: Occurrence of intestinal parasites in coyotes found in South Carolina. Wildlife Society Annual Conference in Portland, OR. (Poster)
• Hughes, M, Rhodes, S, Singleton, C, Davidson, H, Curtis, J, and Borgo, JS. 2012. Coyote Diet at Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge. Annual Coker College Undergraduate Research Symposium in Hartsville, SC. (Poster) Winner of Best Poster Presentation.
• Rhodes, S, and Borgo, JS. 2012. Seasonal variations in diet of coyotes at Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge. Annual Coker College Undergraduate Research Symposium in Hartsville, SC. (Oral) Winner of Best Oral Presentation.
• Rhodes, S, Hayes, E, and Borgo, JS. 2012. Seasonal variations in diet of coyotes at Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge. Annual Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists in Athens, GA. (Poster)
• Rhodes, S, and Borgo, JS. 2012. Seasonal variations in diet of coyotes at Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge. Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium of the South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities held at Greer, SC. (Oral)
• Bevill, K, Wallett, W, Phillips, B, Schmotzer, S, Ashford, S, Borgo, JS. 2011. Herpetofaunal Composition at Kalmia Gardens of Coker College. Annual Coker College Undergraduate Research Symposium in Hartsville, SC. (Poster)
• Hayes, E, Borgo, JS. 2011. Coyote diet at Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge. Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium of the South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities held at Greer, SC. (Poster)
• Wallett, W, Borgo, JS. 2010. The impact of human presence on the rate of artificial nest depredation. Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium of the South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities held at Greer, SC. (Oral)
• English, K, Borgo, JS. 2010. Observations of behavioral differences between fox squirrels and gray squirrels. Annual Coker College Undergraduate Research Symposium in Hartsville, SC. (Oral)
• Warner, A, Borgo, JS. 2010. The relationship between the number of horses in a group and their vigilance behavior. Annual Coker College Undergraduate Research Symposium in Hartsville, SC. (Oral)

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