Kudos to Interim Assistant Vice Chancellor Ozalle Toms and students Anai Parker, Brandon Pope, Shearrydnise Rosa, and Akeia Ohikhuare (McNair Scholars and King/Chavez Scholars), who had their individual research proposals accepted to present at the International Colloquium on Black Males in Education in Milwaukee on Nov. 5-8. Their research topics discuss various issues relating to the conference’s theme, Disrupting Educational Disparities, Segregation, and Mass Incarceration: Hidden Battle Grounds for Black Males.
Kudos to Jennifer Betters-Bubon, associate professor of counselor education, who co-published “The Case for Universal Mental Health Screening in Schools” in a recent issue of Counseling Today. Read more »
Kudos to Andy Yu, associate professor of management, who received the 2019 Leon P. Hermsen Outstanding Teaching Award from the College of Business and Economics. Each year the Dean’s Advisory Council selects one faculty/staff member who has outstanding teaching records to receive this award.
Kudos to Alec Treuthardt, general management major, and Levi Van Lanen, occupational safety major, who were named to the 2019 Collegiate All-American Rugby 7s Honors Div. II First Team. Read more »
Kudos to Kristin Plessel, interim associate vice chancellor, who is a steering committee member of POGIL, which stands for Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning. This national organization promotes a student-centered, group-learning instructional strategy and philosophy developed through research on how students learn best. Plessel also helped plan the org’s national conference, held in St. Louis on June 24-26.