CPRE Presenters Featured at Knowledge Without Boundaries Research Symposium

CPRE Presenters Featured at Knowledge Without Boundaries Research Symposium

Three CPRE affiliates presented papers at the Knowledge Without Boundaries Research Symposium in Phoenix July 20-22: 

  • Robert King presented “Practicing the Virtues for Improved Performance Management: Aristotle’s Techne and Phronesis;”
  • Tonya Saheli, JD, presented two papers:  The Existence of Unethical Hospital Practices When Treating Religious End of Life Patients; and  An Archival Review of the National Code of Ethics for Medical Doctors, Lawyers and Mental Health Professionals as a Model for the Need and Implementation of a National Code of Ethics for PreK-12 Educators and for the development of a Continuum of Responsibility across the Pre-Credential, Credential and In-service Spectrum;
  • Dr. Cheryl Burleigh presented three papers:  Exploring University Learning Goals: In-Depth Look at Communication Scaffolding of Rigor and Assessment in the Humanities;  Education Leaderships’ Perceptions of Faculty Ethical Decision Making;  and  Networking the BayArea: Opening the Dialog to Promote Scholarship Among SAS  Students, Faculty, and Alumni.    

   In addition, Dr. Jim Lane presented an overview the work of the Center, as well as The Power and Wonder of Qualitative Inquiry