M.A., Religion, Baylor University, 2005.
M.S. Ed., Wellness Education, Baylor University, 1991.
B.A., Dietetics/Individual Directions, Carson-Newman College, 1990.
Research Interests: bioethics, sociology of religion,health disparities
Thesis Title : The Patient’s Journey through Illness: Character, Community, and Virtue
Honors and Awards:
Louisiana Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year, 1997
Applied Nutrition Therapy
Stress Management and Mental Health
College Study and Reading Skills
The Examined Life I: Human Development and College Life
Cultural Perspectives I and II
Bateman, L. B., Basinger, D. K., Stokes, C., eds. (2006) Samford University: Foundations for the First Year. New York: Pearson Prentice Hall.
Bateman, L. B. We are how we eat. (2004) Christian Reflection: A Series in Faith and Ethics (13): 89-93. (invited publication)
Bateman, L. B. (2003) “Separation, coordination, and coeducation: southern Baptist approaches to women’s higher education, 1880-1920.” Baptist History and Heritage 37 (3): 88-99. (invited publication)
Bateman, Lori.Brand & Wilton H. Bunch. “Patients Should Also be Virtuous.” Healthcare Ethics and Law Institute Annual Conference, Birmingham, Alabama, April 2009
Basinger, Dana K. & Lori Brand Bateman. “Instructing the Instructors: A Three Pronged Approach to FYE Course Instructor Training.” 26th Annual Conference on the First Year Experience, Dallas, Texas, February 2007
Basinger, Dana K., Lori Brand Bateman & and Mary Sue Baldwin. “Focus: A Learning Community Shaped by the FYE Course.” 25th Annual Conference on the First Year Experience, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2006
Bateman, Lori Brand. “A Historical Analysis of the Emergence of Women into Southern Baptist Higher Education: An Institutional Typology.” Baptist Heritage and Higher Education: An International Colloquium. London, England: August 2004
Bateman, J. Mark and Lori Brand Bateman. “A Teacher’s Covenant: Images of Community, Citizenship, and Professional Identity.” American Educational Research Association. San Diego, California: April 2004
Bateman, Lori Brand. “Separation, Coordination, and Coeducation: Southern Baptist Approaches to Women’s Higher Education, 1880-1920.” Baptist History and Heritage Society Annual Meeting. Belton, Texas: May 2003
Brand, Lori & Luoluo Hong. “The Truth about Body Image.” Baton Rouge Dietetic Association: January 1998
Brand, Lori. “Wellness.” Louisiana Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program Annual Conference. Baton Rouge: September 1998
Brand, Lori, Luoluo Hong, & Julie White. “Dieting, Dating, and Denial: Whose Body Is It?” American College Health Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana: May 1997
Brand, Lori. Stress Management Workshop. Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service Annual Conference. Baton Rouge, Louisiana: September 1996
Brand, Lori. Why Talk About Wellness? Louisiana Dietetic Association Annual Meeting, Baton Rouge, Louisiana: April 1996Expected Date of Graduation: Spring 2014