May 2016 Funding Recipients

May 2016 Funding Recipients

Excellence in Publishing Award

  • Aaron Coe, School of Advanced Studies, Online Campus - The Qualitative Report, “The Ontology of Scholar-Administrators: Empirical Inferences from Five Senior Administrators Who Published”
  • Charletta Wilson, School of Business, Hawaii Campus - Sage Open, “A standardized tool for measuring military friendliness of colleges and universities”

Faculty Honorarium - Publication

  • Tanjula Moncrief-Petty, School of Advanced Studies, Online Campus - National Teacher Education Journal , “The Significance of Principal Preparation and Education Law: Principals' Self Perceptions of their Knowledge of Student Rights”
  • Aaron Coe, School of Advanced Studies, Online Campus – The Qualitative Report, “The Ontology of Scholar-Administrators: Empirical Inferences from Five Senior Administrators Who Published”

Faculty Honorarium - Presentation

  • Jorge Melendez-Mende, School of Business, Puerto Rico Campus – University of Puerto Rico - Enactus, “Social Responsibility: An Economic Focus”
  • Sam Martin, School of Advanced Studies, Online Campus – APPE, “Impact of Online Versus Face-to-Face Instruction on Appraisal Students' Morality Levels”
  • Ben Aragon, College of Humanities and Sciences and College of Criminal Justice and Security, Albuquerque Campus – Rio Rancho Public Schools District Counselor Training, “Juvenile Delinquency”
  • Frederick Lawrence, School of Advanced Studies, Online Campus – Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences 2016 Annual Meeting, “Cultural Conflict in Corrections”
  • Kristi Garcia, School of Business, Baton Rouge Campus – Louisiana District Attorneys Association Support Staff Training Conference, “Louisiana Code of Governmental Ethics”
  • Lori Brooks, College of Humanities and Sciences, Online Campus – TCC Worldwide Online Conference, “How Classroom Leadership and the use of Technology Affect the Learning of the Online Student”
  • Charletta Wilson, School of Business, Hawaii Campus – 31st Annual SIOP Conference, “A Futuristic Approach: Identifying Emerging Work Skills”
  • Claudine Dumas, College of Education, Southern California Campus – 2016 CCEA Conference, “Instructional Strategies to Support English Learners in Continuation High Schools”

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