Recent Blog Posts

Recent Blog Posts

The latest blogs from all of our authors are compiled below. To search for specific topics, use the keyword search field below.

Scholar-Practitioner-Leaders as Learners

Learn more about Scholar-Practitioner-Leaders, and how they present themselves as learners.

Leadership Perspectives: A New Practitioner Section for the Journal of Leadership Studies

Associate Research Chair, Dr. Erik Bean, discusses his new role as editor of this new section in the Journal of Leadership Studies.

Understanding Four Scholarly Settings and How They Relate to Boyer’s Model

A Boyer’s Scholar engages with knowledge in a variety of ways, and consequently, there are a variety of settings where this engagement can make a formal contribution. Learn more about opportunities to contribute as a scholar within the University and beyond.

The Scholar-Practitioner-Leader: An Introduction

Separately, a scholar, a practitioner, and a leader can accomplish many things, but in combination, the whole is truly greater than the sum of its parts.

What is Health? Expanding the Paradigm

Explore an expanded meaning of the word "health," and learn more about the updated mission and vision for the Center for Health Engineering Research.

September is Suicide Prevention Month: College Students at Risk, Louise Underdahl, Ph.D., MPA, MSLS

Suicide Prevention Month: College Students at Risk

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Digital Economy: Business Not as Usual

Digital economy is built on digitization and the advent of the Internet. Digitization and its infrastructure for communications and networking changes the way we live and work.

The SAS Proposal Emergency Room

Associate Research Chair Dr. Erik Bean walks the reader through recovery and reformation of a research proposal in need.

Women's Suffrage Movement II

At the time of Revolutionary War, only white male property owners were allowed to vote.

3 Steps to Reduce Gender Bias

Why women are not CEOs from women who almost were - THOUGHTS?

Get Your Feet Wet with the Case Study

Allow yourself to be inspired by a common student resource: the case study.

CPRE Guiding Questions and Themes from AERA 2018

The following statement and questions are taken directly or modified from the AERA 2018 Annual Meeting Call for Proposals.

The Community of Scholars: Grit, Flow, & FLIGBY

Many students are curious about the relationships between research, understanding, and synthesis.

Women's Suffrage Movement I

When the U.S. Bill of Rights included the words "All Men are Created Equal" it was based on English common law.

Summer Travels

As many of us are traveling this summer, it is an opportune time to observe the cultural impact on globalization.

How to Design Jobs That Drive Motivation

According to Crabtree (2013, para. 2), “the bulk of employees worldwide, i.e., 63% are not engaged, and 24% are actively disengaged, which translates into 900 million not engaged and 340 million actively disengaged workers” because of insufficient motivation.

CEITR Fellow, Dr. Watkins' Final Thoughts on AECT Hong Kong presentation

A couple of final thoughts on my presentation in Hong Kong that I think are important to consider on education and te

How Do You Know You Have a Research-Worthy Problem?

Ellis and Levy define research-worthiness, describe its characteristics, provide examples, and describe what is not a research-worthy problem.

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