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2019 Knowledge Without Boundaries Research Summit

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Session Directory and Event Recordings

Session Title Room Presentation Title Presenter(s) Name Presenter(s) Email Recording Link (un-edited) Attendance
Key Summit Talk
Main
Opening Session, Day 1
Mark McCaslin Mark.McCaslin@phoenix.edu
174
Peter Cohen  
Concurrent Session 1
Break Out Room 1
An E-delphi Study on Software Virtualization in the Medical Diagnosis Process: The Expert´s Perspective Byrian Ramsey byrian.ramsey@gmail.com
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A Mixed Methods Exploration of Completion Expectations of Online Doctoral Students
Kristina McGaha kristinakeiko@gmail.com
Diana Hart diana.hart24@gmail.com
Wendy Aoki wendyaoki@gmail.com
Dual Fellowship Proposal: Center for Leadership Studies and Educational Research (CLSER) and Research Methodology – Special Interest Group LauraAnn Migliore lamigliore@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 2
Antiepileptic Drug Adherence and Psychosocial Factors in Children: Is There a Connection?
Gwendolyn Avington g-avington@hotmail.com
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Louise Underdahl lunderdahl@email.phoenix.edu
Ethics and Health Care Administrators’ Decision Making: A Qualitative Symphonological Grounded Theory Study
Louise Underdahl lunderdahl@email.phoenix.edu
Edward Paluch epaluch@email.phoenix.edu
Scholastica Iloghalu siloghalu16@gmail.com
Richard Hall richhall129@email.phoenix.edu
Factors Impacting the Full Adoption of Patient Portals Within Healthcare Organizations
Radica Bissoondial radicabissoondial@yahoo.ca
Gwendolyn Avington g-avington@hotmail.com
Emma Haynes ehaynes07@email.phoenix.edu
Louisa Arthur-ofei louisaar@verizon.net
Tejram Basdeo tejram_basdeo@yahoo.com
Break Out Room 3
Assessing Organizational Communication Impact on Multigenerational Groups of Employees: A Narrative Inquiry
Angela LaFollette ahc9@atlanticbb.net
47
Alana Lyles a.lyles@sbcglobal.net
Hurricanes, Schools, and Educational Ethics in the Virgin Islands: A Narrative Inquiry
James Lane jamesflanejr@gmail.com
Alyncia Bowen alynciab1@email.phoenix.edu
Belinda Moses drbelindamoses@gmail.com
Denise Rattigan drattigan@email.phoenix.edu
Shaquanah Robinson shaquanahlane@gmail.com
Collaborative Research Team Narratives of Design, Process, and Implementation of a Narrative Study: Part 2
Mar Navarro marrodriguez@mac.com
Marcia Griffiths-Prince mgprince@email.phoenix.edu
Andrea Wilson amwilson07@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 4 The Art and Science of Conducting an Effective Interview for Qualitative Research Rita Carver rmcrdi@email.phoenix.edu https://s3.amazonaws.com/shindig-recording/capture/2019-06-10 15:56:18.576957-c1b4-3161.m4v 32
Key Summit Talk for Faculty Main Michelle Bolourchi - Fulbright Representative and Outreach & Recruitment Specialist- Institute of International Education Michelle Bolourchi   https://s3.amazonaws.com/shindig-recording/capture/2019-06-10 10:56:18.341743-kwb610-3156.m4v 174
Concurrent Session 2
Break Out Room 1
Meta Research Accelerators Dorin Andreescu dandreescu@email.phoenix.edu
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Artificial Intelligence Adoption By United States Marine Air Ground Task Force: An Exploratory Case Study Martin LaPierre martin.lapierrejr@gmail.com
Artificial Intelligence Adoption By United States Marine Air Ground Task Force: An Exploratory Case Study Dale Crowe DaleCrowe@email.phoenix.edu
Online collaborative team member narratives of publication success Rita Hartman rjhart@email.phoenix.edu
Online collaborative team member narratives of publication success Danielle Sixsmith daniellesixsmith@gmail.com
Online collaborative team member narratives of publication success Patricia Akojie pakojie@email.phoenix.edu
Online collaborative team member narratives of publication success Christa Banton caereksenms@hotmail.com
Break Out Room 2
Strategies to Obtain Maximum Usage of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
Edward Schaffer edschaffer40@gmail.com
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Daniel Smith dsmith3047@email.phoenix.edu
The Disruptive Potential of Free and Low-Cost Online Courses in Higher Education
Ed Scuderi edward.scuderi@gmail.com
Daniel Smith dsmith3047@email.phoenix.edu
Curating and Using OER-Immersive Multimedia Materials for Deeper Learning: A Proposed Framework Elizabeth Johnston ljohnston@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 3
The Career Trajectory of African American Male Educators and Administrators in preK-12 Public Schools Donna Smith donnasmith21@email.phoenix.edu
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Ethical Challenges of Educators in Rural Schools: A Narrative Inquiry
James Lane jamesflanejr@gmail.com
Sally Everts gerlachevert@email.phoenix.edu
Yvonne Hefner ymote1@email.phoenix.edu
Karyn Scott uop.kscott@gmail.com
Technological advances for academic improvements with disabled learners-A Literature Review
Michelle Hill chelle638@email.phoenix.edu
Jennifer Calito DrJenCalito@gmail.com
Andrea Wilson amwilson07@email.phoenix.edu
Anthony Goss dgoss2@email.phoenix.edu
Troy Jeffers tranje@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 4
What We Know about the Use of Semantic Web in Education and Where We Go from Here
Vicki Purslow drvickiuop@gmail.com
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Armando Paladino paladino@email.phoenix.edu
Ruzanna Topchyan rtopchya@email.phoenix.edu
Gwendolyn Dooley gdooley@email.phoenix.edu
Workshop Session 1
Workshop Session 1
Producing Students who function at a High Level in the Practical World
Ken Plummer ken_plummer@byu.edu
Recording not available.
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Richard Swan richard_swan@byu.edu
Key Summit Talk
Main
Opening Session, Day 2
Mark McCaslin Mark.McCaslin@phoenix.edu
115
John Woods  
Concurrent Session 3
Break Out Room 1
Persistence Among Minority Students in STEM Education Stacey Williams dr.staceyaw@yahoo.com
49
Technology and Teaching in High School Classrooms: Do Boundaries Exist?
Cheryl Burleigh cburleigh@email.phoenix.edu
Andrea Wilson amwilson07@email.phoenix.edu
Danielle Sixsmith daniellesixsmith@gmail.com
Technology and Teaching in Middle School Classrooms: Do Boundaries Exist?
Karen Johnson kjohnsonil@email.phoenix.edu
Michelle Susberry Hill chelle638@email.phoenix.edu
Jay Familant famjay71@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 2
Perceptions of an African American Female Mentoring Program in Urban High Schools
Danielle Hume Odom danielle.a.hume@gmail.com
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Mary Stout stoutmw@email.phoenix.edu
The Rise of Women in Higher Education Gary Berg gberg@email.phoenix.edu
Intent to Persist to Graduation of DACA-Mexico Origin Students along the United States-Mexico Border
Maggie Dominguez maggie.dominguez@phoenix.edu
Miriam Frolow Miriam.Frolow@phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 3
Startup Fever: Vancouver, British Columbia Becomes Hot Spot for Entrepreneurs
Brian Sloboda bsloboda@email.phoenix.edu
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Norris Krueger norris.krueger@gmail.com
Who Builds Healthy Entrepreneurial Communities: The Liaison-Animateur Norris Krueger norris.krueger@gmail.com
Millennials in the Workplace: Exploring Managerial Perceptions in Multi-Generational Organizations
Sandra Sessoms-Penny sesspen@email.phoenix.edu
Rehema Underwood rehemaunderwood@email.phoenix.edu
Kimberly Underwood kimberlyunderwood@email.phoenix.edu
Miriam Frolow mlfrolow@email.phoenix.edu
Hakeem Lumumba hlumumb1@email.phoenix.edu
Jennifer Schneider dschnei1122@yahoo.com
Break Out Room 4
Introduction to Research Support Group
Mansureh Kebritchi mansureh.kebritchi@phoenix.edu
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Ryan Rominger ryanrominger440@email.phoenix.edu
Pat D'Urso pdurso@email.phoenix.edu
Mark McCaslin Mark.McCaslin@phoenix.edu
Rodney Luster rodney.luster@phoenix.edu
Elizabeth Johnston ljohnston@email.phoenix.edu
Erik Bean deadline@email.phoenix.edu
Key Summit Talk
Main
Key Summit Talk: Phoenix Scholar
Erik Bean deadline@email.phoenix.edu
115
Rodney Luster rodney.luster@phoenix.edu
Concurrent Session 4
Break Out Room 1
Challenges and Opportunities in Teacher Retention: A Narrative Inquiry Describing Significant Formative Experiences of Early Career Teachers James Lane jamesflanejr@gmail.com
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Experiences and Lessons Learned from Mobile Technology in the Classroom
J. Medgar Roberts medgarr@email.phoenix.edu
Karen Johnson kjohnsonil@email.phoenix.edu
Michelle Susberry Hill chelle638@email.phoenixu.edu
Lisa Wells Dr.Lisa.Wells@gmail.com
Mary Stout Mstout8895@aol.com
High School Teachers Explore Use of Canvas to Enhance Learning: Action Research
Rita Hartman rjhart@email.phoenix.edu
Mary Townsend mary.b.townsend1@gmail.com
Mary Stout stoutmw@email.phoenix.edu
Barbara Fedock bfedock1@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 2
Student Success in an Online Practitioner-Oriented Doctoral Program: A Mixed Methods Study
Mansureh Kebritchi mansureh.kebritchi@phoenix.edu
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Ryan Rominger ryanrominger440@email.phoenix.edu
Mark McCaslin Mark.McCaslin@phoenix.edu
Artificial Intelligence: A Boon or Bane For Educational Leadership in Educational Research Steven Watkins srw0106@email.phoenix.edu
Ways to Improve Supervisor Communication in Virtual Teams Detra German dgerman76@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 3
Screen Time, Critical Thinking, and Morality
Elizabeth Young esldoctoralcoach@gmail.com
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Margaret Vianna louisehv@hotmail.com
STF in higher learning: Exploring options for shaping immersive experiences across AR/VR curricula Patricia Steele steelep@email.phoenix.edu
The Decline of K-12 Candidates: A Qualitative Study from Teacher Candidate Perspectives
Darcey Gray darcey.jean.gray@unf.edu
Barbara Vaiana b.a.vaiana@lasecfp.org
Michelle Davis Michelleda1954@gmail.com
Raymond Holmes execholmes@comcast.net
Workshop Session 2
Break Out Room 1
Considerations for adopting DBL to teach research methods
Ryan Rominger romingerspirit@mac.com
26
Mansureh Kebritchi mansureh.kebritchi@phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 2 Machine Learning and Statistics: The World of Data Analysis is Changing Brian Sloboda bsloboda@email.phoenix.edu https://s3.amazonaws.com/shindig-recording/capture/2019-06-11 19:57:18.182722-w2b2-3197.m4v 20
Break Out Room 3
Differing Viewpoints:Impact on Society
Ray Bynum RBynum2@email.phoenix.edu
31
Lorraine Priest lfpriest@email.phoenix.edu
Frederick Lawrence fplawrence@email.phoenix.edu
Kelley Conrad kaconrad@icloud.com
David Mailloux DMailloux@email.phoenix.edu
Key Summit Talk
Main
Opening Session, Day 3
Mark McCaslin Mark.McCaslin@phoenix.edu https://s3.amazonaws.com/shindig-recording/capture/2019-06-12 13:56:17.888567-kwb0612-3200.m4v
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Hinrich Eylers   https://s3.amazonaws.com/shindig-recording/capture/2019-06-12 18:06:18.142028-kwb0612-3207.m4v
Concurrent Session 5
Break Out Room 1
Educators’ Perceptions of Technology Integration into the Classroom: A Descriptive Case Study
Rita Hartman rjhart@email.phoenix.edu
44
Mary Townsend mary.b.townsend1@gmail.com
Marlo Jackson mjackson1005@gmail.com)
Exploring Influences on Women Leadership Styles
Jan Cardwell jan.cardwell@phoenix.edu
Renee Green renee.green@phoenix.edu
Narration and Application of Educators’ Experiences with Racism in School Cultures
Patricia Akojie pakojie@email.phoenix.edu
Karen Johnson kjohnsonil@email.phoenix.edu
Marie Smith mariesmith0825@gmail.com
Barbe Bowers barbebphoenix@gmail.com
LaShonda Reid soulana@email.phoenix.edu
Jane Schumacher jaschumacher@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 2
Background Music in the Classroom, Diverse Learners, and Academic Performance: A Correlational Study
Michelle Hill chelle638@email.phoenix.edu
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Jennifer Calito DrjenCalito@gmail.com
Shaquanah Robinson shaquanahlane@gmail.com
Fortune Taylor ftaylorphd1@email.phoenix.edu
Shanel Harris drshanelharris@gmail.com
Troy Jeffers tranje@email.phoenix.edu
Changes in Writing Dispositions Correlated with 1:1 iPad Access: A Quantitative Ex Post Facto Study Jeffrey Hoogeveen jhoogeveen@email.phoenix.edu
The Lived Experiences of Transgender Individuals Transitioning in Traditional Workplaces Donna Smith donnasmith21@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 3
The lack of student engagement at the University of Phoenix once graduate level students confer their degrees Casandra Holliday drclholliday@gmail.com
32
Ethics in virtual educational environments (VREs): Designers’ perceptions
Patricia Steele steelep@email.phoenix.edu
Liston Bailey jazznutty@emil.phoenix.edu
Margaret Kroposki mkro18@email.phoenix.edu
Myrene Magabo mmagabo07@email.phoenix.edu
Hispanic Women and Leadership: Strategies for Success
Louise Underdahl lunderdahl@email.phoenix.edu
Maria Torres maria.torres@ttuhsc.edu
Key Summit Talk Main IBM -James A. Kahle, IBM Research Fellow James A. Kahle   Pending Authorization 98
Concurrent Session 6
Break Out Room 1
Perceptions of Indonesian Grade 1-8 Educators Implementing Inquiry-based Learning: A Descriptive Nonexperimental Quantitative Correlational Study
Cheryl Peterson dr.c.a.peterson@gmail.com
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Mary W. Stout stoutmw@email.phoenix.edu
Michelle Hill chelle638@email.phoenix.edu
Karen Johnson kjohnsonIL@email.phoenix.edu
Teachers’ Awareness in Identifying Micro-aggressive Behaviors within the K-12 Classroom
Cheryl Burleigh cburleigh@email.phoenix.edu
April Lash lashapril4@gmail.com
Teresa Lao tlao@email.phoenix.edu
Therese Kanai tkanai@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 2
Staff Views of Women of Diversity Urban Charter School Principals
Elizabeth Young esldoctoralcoach@gmail.com
20
Afrah Hamin afrahjhamin08@gmail.com
The Impact of Blended Learning on English Language Arts Achievement in Upper Elementary Classrooms
Jan Otter jotter75@email.phoenix.edu
Karen DeLuce deluckl@nv.ccsd.net
Future Kaleidoscope: Business Ethics, Freelance Workforce, and Doctoral Scholarship
Anna Wheatley acwheatley@email.phoenix.edu
Miram Frolow miriam.frolow@phoenix.edu
Lillie Hibbler-Britt lillie.hibbler-britt@phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 3
The potential to Engage and renew isolated Faculty with collaborative research opportunities : A Scoping Review
Elizabeth Johnston ljohnston@email.phoenix.edu
24
Cheryl Burleigh cburleigh@email.phoenix.edu
Andrea Wilson amwilson73@gmail.com
Childcare Workers Beliefs About The Use Of Developmentally Appropriate Practice: A Qualitative Explanatory Multi-Case Study June Cade jcade13@email.phoenix.edu
Promoting Mental Health and Well-Being: The Mental Health First Aid Training Model
Louise Underdahl lunderdahl@email.phoenix.edu
Gretheline Bolandrina gretheline@gmail.com
Break Out Room 4
Exploring Research Methodology Group for Nurturing Research Methods and Designs: An Introduction and Action Research
Mansureh Kebritchi mansureh.kebritchi@phoenix.edu
24
Ryan Rominger ryanrominger440@email.phoenix.edu
Mark McCaslin Mark.McCaslin@phoenix.edu
Workshop Session 3
Break Out Room 1
How do we develop an agenda, skills, and presence in the research world?
Elizabeth Johnston ljohnston@email.phoenix.edu
41
James Lane jflane@email.phoenix.edu
Mansureh Kebritchi Mansureh.Kebritchi@phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 2
Leadership Style of Teddy Roosevelt: A Conversation On Current Egregious Corporate Behavior and How You Might React
LauraAnn Migliore lamigliore@email.phoenix.edu
18
Erik Bean deadline@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 4
Changing Roles of Officers towards MH
David Mailloux DMailloux@email.phoenix.edu
4
Ray Bynum rbynum2@email.phoenix.edu
Key Summit Talk
Main
Awards Ceremony Opening
Mark McCaslin Mark.McCaslin@phoenix.edu
88
Hinrich Eylers  
Awards Ceremony- Dissertation of the Year Award
Pottorf Bowers barbeb@email.phoenix.edu
Karen Johnson kjohnsonil@email.phoenix.edu
Dr. Ayoub ayoubk8@yahoo.com
Elizabeth Johnston ljohnston@email.phoenix.edu
Dr. Arnold sarnold2645@email.phoenix.edu
Leah Hollis hollis90@email.phoenix.edu
Awards Ceremony- Distinguished Service Award for Scholarly Leadership
Hinrich Eylers  
Louise Underdahl lunderdahl@email.phoenix.edu
David Proudfoot dproudfoot@email.phoenix.edu
Gary Berg gberg@email.phoenix.edu
Concurrent Session 7
Break Out Room 1
The relationship between Jamaican manufacturing executives human values, leadership behaviors, and demographics St Rachel Ustanny rachelhaye@email.phoenix.edu
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The Writing Challenge: Creating Opportunities for Academic Writing Excellence
Donna Smith donnasmith21@email.phoenix.edu
Hilary Johnson-Lutz hjlutz@email.phoenix.edu
Perception of teacher efficacy and satisfaction with online learning experiences Danielle Sixsmith daniellesixsmith@gmail.com
Break Out Room 2
Best Practices for Accommodating Children with Exceptionalities in the Art Room Matt Hornung hornungm@masonohioschools.com
20
From Rejection to Publication: How to Use Feedback to Keep Your Work Relevant and Attractive
Ryan Rominger ryanrominger440@email.phoenix.edu
Erik Bean deadline@email.phoenix.edu
Student-centric Perceptions of Curricular Skill Development for the Workplace
Daniel Smith dsmith3047@email.phoenix.edu
Craig Follins cfollins@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 3
Medical Marijuana and The Aging Population: Medicine, Recreation and The Opioid Crisis Charles Cattermole flyersrock@email.phoenix.edu
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Safety Biometrics: Wearables, Big Data and Employee Risk Management Melissa Glossup MGlossup3@email.phoenix.edu
Storytelling Catherine Lovett catlovett@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 4
2019 Dissertation of the Year: Recommended Health Care Models for American Muslim Women: A Delphi Study
Dr. Ayoub ayoubk8@yahoo.com
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Elizabeth Johnston ljohnston@email.phoenix.edu
2019 Dissertation of the Year: A Quantitative Descriptive-Comparative Study: The Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence and Workplace Diversity
Dr. Arnold sarnold2645@email.phoenix.edu
Leah Hollis hollis90@email.phoenix.edu
2019 Dissertation of the Year: Technology Leadership: A Qualitative Exploratory Multiple Case Study Identifying Challenges Principals Experience
Pottorf Bowers barbeb@email.phoenix.edu
Karen Johnson kjohnsonil@email.phoenix.edu
Key Summit Talk For Students Main Michelle Bolourchi - Fulbright Representative and Outreach & Recruitment Specialist- Institute of International Education Michelle Bolourchi   https://s3.amazonaws.com/shindig-recording/capture/2019-06-13 13:56:18.634632-kwb0613-3225.m4v 88
Workshop Session 4
Break Out Room 1
Exploring Dissertation to Publication Workshop
Mansureh Kebritchi mansureh.kebritchi@phoenix.edu
37
David Proudfoot dproudfoot@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 2
Professional Engagement to Publication (PEP) Workshop
Erik Bean deadline@email.phoenix.edu
27
Carol Holland carolahollan@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 3 Building the Perfect Pracademic Donna Smith donnasmith21@email.phoenix.edu https://s3.amazonaws.com/shindig-recording/capture/2019-06-13 19:56:18.553201-w4b3-3238.m4v 25
Key Summit Talk
Main
The Future of the Research and Scholarship Enterprise
Mark McCaslin Mark.McCaslin@phoenix.edu
70
Rodney Luster rodney.luster@phoenix.edu
Concurrent Session 8
Break Out Room 1
Presentation by Dr. Remi Odoemena Remi Odoemena Riodoemena@email.phoenix.edu
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Fake News: Emergent Issues for Scholars, Practitioners, and Leaders in the Post Modern Era
Kelley Conrad kaconrad@icloud.com
Herman van Niekerk Herman.vanNiekerk@phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 2
Culture and Adherence to Health-Related Recommendations
Louise Underdahl lunderdahl@email.phoenix.edu
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Violet Nxedhlana vnxedhlana@email.phoenix.edu
Debbie Ferguson debbieferguson72@email.phoenix.edu
Daniel Smith dsmith3047@email.phoenix.edu
Is “Creative Realtor” an Oxymoron?
Louise Underdahl lunderdahl@email.phoenix.edu
Amanda Ball baileybach@email.phoenix.edu
Bethany Mickahail mickahail@email.phoenix.edu
Bruce Laviolette blaviolette@email.phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 3
The Global Internet Video Classroom (GIVC) Model For Global Mass Learning Programs Lawrence, Oliver oliverlawrence@prodigy.net
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Practice Based Conversations with Online Dissertation Chairs Elizabeth Johnston ljohnston@email.phoenix.edu
The Impact of the Gig Economy on Gig Workers
Yvonne Phelps yvphelps@email.phoenix.edu
Jeannine Lake Jeannine.Lake@phoenix.edu
Break Out Room 4 (Workshop Session - 1 hour)
Providing Family Engagement Opportunities Through Digital Teaching and Learning Resources
David Proudfoot dproudfoot@email.phoenix.edu
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J. Medgar Roberts medgarr@email.phoenix.edu
Key Summit Talk
Main
Panel Discussion: Getting To Know Our Research Centers and Their Leaders
Rodney Luster
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2019 Knowledge Without Boundaries Research Summit Contest

 

Ready, set, go!  Take part in a conference contest to sharpen your Research Hub skills or interact in a new way with a presentation.  Here are the two contest opportunities:

  1. Crossword Puzzles - Individuals can compete to solve a variety of crossword puzzles further testing their knowledge.
  2. Go for a title in one of our KWB Research Summit Visibly Greatness Awards.

1. ​Crossword Puzzles

About this: The Crossword Puzzles are your opportunity to find clues within specific presentations to complete a puzzle. Prizes awarded are either an Amazon.com or a Starbucks electronic gift certificate.

How to register: No registration is needed! If you are attending any session that features a crossword puzzle, simply navigate to that interactive puzzle within the table below. The link will be active during the presentation.  Make sure to plan ahead to attend a presentation below!

How to play: Attend the presentation, complete the puzzle, and take a screenshot of the puzzle solution and submit the screenshot to deadline@email.phoenix.edu. Be sure to include your name, relationship to UOPX or otherwise. Please do not use this address for questions as we simply cannot accommodate these during the summit. The crosswords are self-explanatory. If you are not able to solve all the words, you are encouraged to still submit for it is possible you can still win if all but one word is solved. One winner will be selected for each puzzle. The first entry that completely solves a puzzle and sends a screenshot of the puzzle solution by submitting to deadline@email.phoenix.edu will qualify your entry into that contest (one wrong or missing answer allowed). Links will be available in the table below prior to the first day of the summit. Presentations were selected to represent a range of presentations across the duration of the conference. Note: By submitting this crossword puzzle entry, I acknowledge that I have read and understood the rules of the contest.

Available Crossword Puzzles and Winners
Session Presentation and Puzzle Link Presenter Winner
Day 1, Concurrent Session 1 Ethics and Health Care Administrators’ Decision Making: A Qualitative Symphonological Grounded Theory Study Louise Underdahl, Edward Paluch, Scholastica Iloghalu, & Richard Hall

Dr. Cheryl Burleigh 

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Day 1, Concurrent Session 2 Curating and Using OER-Immersive Multimedia Materials for Deeper Learning: A Proposed Framework Elizabeth Johnston

Dr. Sandy Nunn 

(View Answers)

Day 2, Concurrent Session 3 Who Builds Healthy Entrepreneurial Communities: The Liaison-Animateur Norris Krueger  
Day 2, Concurrent Session 4 High School Teachers Explore Use of Canvas to Enhance Learning: Action Research Rita Hartman, Mary Townsend, Mary Stout, & Barbara Fedock

Dr. Medgar Roberts

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Day 2, Concurrent Session 5 The Lived Experiences of Transgender Individuals Transitioning in Traditional Workplaces Donna Smith

Dr. Cheryl Burleigh

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Day 3, Workshop Session 3 Leadership Style of Teddy Roosevelt: A Conversation On Current Egregious Corporate Behavior and How You Might React LauraAnn Migliore & Erik Bean

Dr. Mirian Castro-Wyche

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Day 4, Workshop Session 7 Medical Marijuana and The Aging Population: Medicine, Recreation and The Opioid Crisis Charles Cattermole

Dr. Valerie Bradley-Holliday 

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Day 5, Workshop Session 8 Fake News: Emergent Issues for Scholars, Practitioners, and Leaders in the Post Modern Era Kelley Conrad & Herman van Niekerk  

2. ​Visibility Greatness Awards

The KWB Research Summit Visibly Greatness Awards were created in 2018 to honor colleagues who were doing some amazing things with their contributions to the Research Summit and/or to the Research Hub.

The Visibly Greatness Awards honor those who demonstrate creativity in problem-solving!

....those who pay attention to the little details that helped to make our 2019 KWB Research Summit a success!

......KWB Research Summit Visibly Greatness Award recipients are known for their commitment and drive!

..........those who pay attention to the details that help to create an awesome interactive experience for our virtual research summit!

 

LET'S RECOGNIZE VISIBILITY GREATNESS!

There are a variety of Visibly Greatness Awards designed to recognize a diverse group. The KWB Research Summit Visibly Greatness Awards are judged by an independent panel and are open to anyone who is involved in KWB as a presenter, attendees, or host. Individuals who are active and in good standing, University of Phoenix students or faculty (at all enrolled degree levels), as well as UOPX alum and or those outside stakeholders who have been involved in the Research Summit in some form as a presenter, host, or participant can qualify for a KWB Research Summit Greatness Awards. Nominations can be emailed to deadline@email.phoenix.edu. When submitting a nomination, please include the category below for the nomination, the nominee's name, and a very brief reason for the nomination. Please Note:The Research Hub Chairs and Office of Scholarship Research Staff are not eligible for prizes or nominations.

The KWB Research Summit Visibly Greatness Awards will be presented on the last day of the Research Summit (June 14, 2019). Greatness Award Contestants will need to be present at the Closing Plenary/Award Session at 12:00 pm to 12:30 pm AZ time (https://shindig.com/login/event/kwb0614) in order to claim their award. Each honoree will be recognized during this session once they are identified to announce their greatness to the public. If the recipient is not present at the Closing Plenary/Award Session, then the prize will be awarded to a runner-up who is present. To nominate an attendee, send

Category One: Being Active

 

The MacGyver Award

This award recognizes someone who’s always fixing things even though it’s not in their job description.

 

The Fashionista Award

This award recognizes someone who takes their wardrobe game to the next level more often than not. Showing institution/school spirit in accessories or colors are included in this category.

 

The Busy Body Award

This award recognizes someone who has attended multiple events on each of the 5 days. Note: There will be two awards in this category: 1 award for a faculty/alumni/external and 1 award for a student.

 

The Chatty Cathy Award

This award recognizes someone rigorously engages the audience in a positive manner related to the content so that he or she can interact with the content presentation at a deeper level of understanding. Note: There will be two awards in this category: 1 award for a faculty/alumni/external and 1 award for a student.

 

The Social Networker Award

This award recognizes someone who has posted the most 2019 KWB conference updates!  Use the hashtag #KWB2019.

 

Category Two: Screen Time

 

The Green Thumb Award (Our Green Compliance Initiative)

This award recognizes someone on screen during the Research Summit who has the most plants — that are still alive — in their work space.

 

The Most Visual Background Award

This award recognizes someone on screen during the Research Summit who has the most creative visual background.

 

Category Three: Research Hub

 

Research Hub Profile Award

This award recognizes someone who has a current and comprehensive Research Hub profile. The winner for this category will be named by a random drawing based on an assigned number which aligns with their Research Hub profile.

 

NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of the United States, 18 or older, who attend the 2019 KWB Expanding Boundaries Research Summit, June 10 through June 10, 2019. Winners need to be present to claim prize. Winners’ names will be announced at the closing plenary session at 12:00 pm AZ time on June 14, 2019. Crossword puzzle entries can be submitted immediately following each perspective presentation. Odds of receiving a prize depend on the number of entries received. All applicable federal, state and local taxes are the winners’ responsibility.  By entering and/or receiving a prize, participant releases from liability and waives all claims, costs, injuries or losses of any kind in connection with the promotion including the acceptance, use or possession of any prize. Sponsor: University of Phoenix, Inc., 4025 S. Riverpoint Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85040.

Shindig Interactive Video Chat Platform

The 2019 Knowledge Without Boundaries Research Summit was entirely on Shindig's interactive platform to increase participation while saving time and money by digitally engaging close to 300 faculty members in various online assemblies from plenary sessions to workshops to informal social events. Presenters and attendees prepared for the Summit by using the guide and video resources below.

Guide

Created by Dr. David Proudfoot, Ed.D. Please click on the image below to access the guide. 

Video

Created by Dr. Medgar Roberts, Ed.D. Please click on the image below to start the video.