The Dissertation to Publication Workshop, developed by Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi, Chair of the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research was recognized in October at the 2018 Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) International Convention. The workshop received third place in the AECT Crystal Award category from the Division of Distance Learning (DDL).
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Congratulations to CWDIR Members Drs. Kelly Conrad, Mary Weber and Sherry Jennings!
I am Dr. Andrew Maus. I am the Assistant Dean of Operations for the School of Advanced Studies and I am also the Director of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) Office.
I wanted to introduce myself to you all and share a few things with you regarding what the IRB office is implementing to improve its functionality and processes. Specifically, we aim to reduce package processing times, decrease email response times, and improve IRB-related skills and awareness among students and faculty.
View the latest funding recipients from the Office of Scholarship Support. Awards include: Faculty Honorarium, Excellence in Publishing Award, and the SAS Research Presentation Award.
The Phoenix Scholar Fall 2018 edition is the fourth quarterly installment since its inception. Thank you to all the center chairs, the editorial team, and to all contributors. The deadline for publication consideration of unsolicited pieces for the Winter edition is October 15th.
Dr. Lequisha Brown, SAS faculty member and CEITR member was elected Vice President of Finance and Development for the Culture Learning and Technology (CLT) Division of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT).
The AECT is a forward thinking organization that holds conferences, supports professional development, and publishes journals and other materials of interest to scholars and practitioners around the world. Dr. Brown will assume her new position with the 2500 member organization at the October, 2018 conference in Kansas City, Kansas.
At the tenth annual conference of The Qualitative Report (TQR), we invite you to share your lessons learned from practicing, teaching, and writing qualitative research.
This month's Scholarship Council meeting was held on Monday, September 24th, with both virtual and in-person attendance. Dr. Kimberly Underwood, University Research Center Chair for the Center for Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Research presented on the state of the Research and Scholarship Enterprise (RSE). The Research and Scholarship Enterprise, out of the School of Advanced Studies, focuses on three areas: 1) research and scholarship support, 2) serving on policy and governing bodies, such as COR and SC, and 3) leading the University Research Centers.
The Scholarship Council has an offical page on the Research Hub! Although the council has been around since 2014, it has yet to have a dedicated space for others to learn about it's purpose and activities. Visit their page today to learn more about the University of Phoenix's Scholarship Council.