January 2016 Funding Recipients

January 2016 Funding Recipients

Faculty Honorarium - Publication

  • Brian Vanderjack, College of Humanities and Sciences, Chicago; “The Three "F"s to Instilling Success Habits with Agile Scrum Teams” PM World Journal
  • Elisabeth Weinbaum, School of Advanced Studies, Online; “A Case Study Exploration of Faculty/Student Perceptions of a New E-Learning Platform Intended to Promote Transformative Learning” Social Science Research Network
  • James Smith, College of Security and Criminal Justice, Online; Textbook Brodie's Bombs and Bombings, 4th ed
  • Montgomery Beyer, School of Business; “Johnson, Lyndon Administration” Sage
  • Wylma Samaraanayake-Robonson, College of Humanities and Sciences, Honolulu; “Myanmar” Sage Encyclopedia of World Poverty, 2015

 

Faculty Honorarium - Presentation

  • Arthur Murphy, School of Business, Columbus; “Managing an Organization's Rapid Changing Technology Polygraph Law Enforcement Investigations Seminar” AL Assoc. of Polygraph Examiners
  • Carlos Flores, College of Humanities and Sciences, Sacramento; “Daily Lives with Meditation Theravada Buddhist” Society of America Youth Winter Retreat 2015
  • Cherif Amer-Yahia, College of Humanities and Sciences, Online; “Integrated NDT Approach to Evaluate the Condition of an Existing Jointed Plain Concrete Pavement and Derive a Durable and Cost-Effective Rehabilitation Strategy” American Society of Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) Annual Conference
  • Dorothy Shelton, Health Sciences, McAllen; “Servant Leadership $ Mentoring for Success” RGV Lead Conference
  • Elisabeth Weinbaum, School of Advanced Studies, Online; “Aggression Mediates Gender Effects in STEM Success” and  “Exploration of Faculty Views on How Technology Promotes Transformative Learning in Graduate Online Classrooms” National Distance Learning Week
  • Emma Miller, School of Business, McAllen; “Servant Leadership & Mentoring for Success” RGV Lead Conference
  • Gabriel Flores, College of Humanities and Sciences; “Teachers Working Cooperatively with Parents and Guardians when Implementing LGBT Themes in the Classroom” 2015 New Orleans 25th Annual NAME Conference
  • Jesus Adrian Escudero, College of Humanities and Sciences, Tucson; “Who Are We - The Germans?”  International Conference on Heidegger
  • Jill Raichel, Health Services, Online; "Is Spanking Child Abuse? An In-Depth Look" at National Association of Case Management (NACM) 21st Annual Conference
  • Kimberly Lockwood, College of Humanities and Sciences, Nashville; “The Student Lesson Plan: An Approach to Increase Learning by Spotlighting Diversity” NAC_WCCI Conference 2015
  • Marguerite Dominguez,  College of Humanities and Sciences, Online; “Launching a Campus Immigrant Resource Center” Workforce Education for All
  • Rhonda Herb, College of Humanities and Sciences, Fresno; “Farmworkers' Voices: The Present Embraces the Past” National Communication Association
  • Ryan Kuck, College of Humanities and Sciences, Online; “The Impact of Instructional Standardization and Set Curriculum on Online” Academy of Business Research Boca Raton Fall 2015,
  • Sherrie Segovia, Social Sciences, Southern California; “Mindful Parent Engagement at Hope Street Family Center” 2015 National Head Start Association and Family Engagement Conference
  • Wendy Scaringe, School of Business, Online; “Peace of Mind: Risk Management and Insurance for In-House Counsel” Association of Corporate Counsel Annual Meeting
  • William Brock Stone, III, College of Information Systems and Technology, Online; “Smarter Cities Challenge - Vizag, India” IBM Smarter Cities Challenge

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