August 2016 Funding Recipients

August 2016 Funding Recipients

SAS Research Presentation Award

  • Deb Lawton, Alumni, “Student Learning or the Student Experience: The Shift from Traditional to Non-Traditional Faculty in Higher Education,” ACBSP
  • Nellie Deutsch, Alumni, “Implementing MOOCs Promise, Prospects, and Lessons; Teach to Teach with Technology; Creating Authentic Learning with Moodle,” EdMedia 2016 World Conference on Educational Media
  • Jeanie Bachand, Faculty, “Exploring Work-Family Balance of Deans of Nursing: A Phenomenological Study,” 27th International Nursing Research Congress
  • April Flanagan, Faculty, “Conscious Conversations: Building Capacity for Online Facilitation,” Distance Teaching & Learning Conference

Faculty Honorarium - Presentation

  • Harsh Jadhav, Business, Bay Area, Roundtable Panel Moderator, SACRS Spring Conference
  • Brian Jones, IS&T, New Mexico, Tech Night Out - Strategies for Success in an Ever Shrinking IT Fiscal World, Sabio Systems Tech Night Out
  • Pierre Pharel, Social Sciences, Puerto Rico, “Grieving Process,” The Problem with Drugs (translated)
  • Pierre Pharel      Social Sciences  Puerto Rico, “Sensibility Towards Drugs Users,” The Problem with Drugs (translated)
  • Gregory Holder, Business, Central Florida, “Developing Your Response Team,” Leaving One War to Fight Another, Conference with the Associates in Emergency Medical Education, Inc.
  • Anthony Maez, Criminal Justice, Albuquerque, "Internet Crimes Against Children: How to Use Technology in a Positive Way” Community Summit on Empowering Women and the State
  • Miriam Rivas de Madrid, Social Sciences, Santa Teresa, “The Science of Stress Reduction,” Texas Department of Family & Protective Services: 2016 Annual Supervisors Conference
  • Paul Withey, Business, Houston, “Student learning or the Student Experience: The Shift from Traditional to Non-Traditional Faculty in Higher Education,” ACBSP Conference
  • Paul Withey, Business, Houston, “Non-Traditional Facilitation Methods for Non-Traditional Students,” XI International Guide Conference and IX Ikasnabar EdTech Conference
  • Paul Withey, Business, Houston, “A Learning-Centered Approach to Higher Education: Professional Success in the 21st Century,” XI International Guide Conference and IX Ikasnabar EdTech Conference
  • Jean Miller, Social Sciences, Colorado, “Mindfulness and Grief,” National NAMI Convention
  • Deb Lawton, Business, Houston, “Student learning or the Student Experience: The Shift from Traditional to Non-Traditional Faculty in Higher Education,” ACBSP Conference
  • Deb Lawton, Business, Houston, “Non-Traditional Facilitation Methods for Non-Traditional Students,”  XI International Guide Conference and IX Ikasnabar EdTech Conference
  • Helen Schleckser, Humanities, Online, “Mediation, Gender, Professional Development, Transformative Learning & the Perceived Role of Technology in Educational Learning Environments,” INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR COGNITIVE EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY NORTH AMERICAN REGIONAL CONFERENCE –Teaching for Success: Mediational Teaching and Learning
  • Matthew Anderson, SAS, Online, “Emotional Intelligence and Transformational Leadership:   Leader Derailment in the Military-Industrial Complex,” 2016 American Meridian University International Interdisciplinary Academic and Business Conference
  • Sharon Miles Hastings, Social Sciences, Lone Tree, “Effective Clinical Supervision,” NAMI National Conference
  • Carrie Bailey, Humanities and Sciences, Online, “Just in Time Teaching for Online Learning: Bridging the Student-Faculty Gulf,” 23rd International Conference on Learning (Common Ground Publishing/ The Learner Knowledge Community)
  • Sherry Howard Salois, Humanities and Sciences, Online, “Just in Time Teaching for Online Learning: Bridging the Student-Faculty Gulf,” 23rd International Conference on Learning (Common Ground Publishing/ The Learner Knowledge Community)
  • Kimberly Lockwood, SAS, Online               , “Using Tailored Personal Learning Experiences to Ensure Post-Secondary Success,” 30th Annual High Schools that Work Conference
  • Denis Plunkett, Social Sciences, Online, “Managing Conflict in the Workplace,” Denver Regional Assembly, American Postal Workers
  • Lauren Somers, Social Sciences, San Jose, “Profound Self Care: An Integrated EP Approach for Compassion Fatigue,” ACEP 18th Annual International Conference
  • Mary-Beth Brophy, Humanities and Sciences, Online, “Going digital on a Budget: Developing Multimedia Learning Materials Without University Funding,” Symposium for Part-Time, Adjunct, and Contingent Faculty
  • April Lash, Business, Columbus, “Teaching at Risk Learners Through Understanding & Differentiation,” National Conference on Differentiated Instruction
  • Julia Bao, SAS, Online, “SAS Programming in the Pharmaceutical Industry, “2016 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing Conference on 12th International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering
  • Barbara Baethe, Education, Online, “Panama's Next Generation Educators & Ethical Dynamics,” Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Convention 2016
  • Dave Kuntz, Business, Sacramento, “Managing Change -California medical Facilty (CMF Prison) with Vacaville Fire,” California Medical Facility with Vacaville Fire
  • Deborah Gilbert White, Humanities and Social Sciences, Online, “Towards a Homeless Bill of Rights for the State of DE: A Focus on Engaging Legislators and Community,” National Forum on the Human Right to Housing

Faculty Honorarium - Publication

  • Mohammed Miah, Humanities and Sciences, Las Vegas, “Leading Students to Limitless Learning,” Proceedings: International Conference on Invoating Education, Youth Entrepreneurship and Skill Development
  • Heather Bain, Business, Houston, “Nexus and the Small Business Strategic,” Finance Magazine
  • Jessica Keyes, SAS, Online, “Managing IT Performance to Create Business Value,” Auerbach Publications
  • Cheryl Lentz, Business, Online, ”The Paradox of Color Coding Leadership: Pink for Girls and Blue for Boys,” The Refractive Thinker
  • Raymond Ho, Business, Online, “The Effectiveness of Professional Skepticism Training for Auditors in China: Evidence from a University in China,” China Journal of Accounting Studies
  • Elizabeth Frayne, Humanities and Sciences, Southern California, “Conserved mechanism of action of a phosphate analogue in cultured cells,” Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry

 

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