New and Noteworthy

Amatulah, T. (2015). “Understanding the perceived barriers facing higher education: A case study of three Qatari Women”. A paper presented in the Comparative International Education Society (CIES) conference in the Middle East Special Interest group, Washington D.C. United States.

Ashlee, K., Perez, D., Harper, S., Karikari, S., Do, V., Sim, C., (2015). “Teaching About Student Success: Shaping A New Vision for Student Affairs in Higher Education”. 2015 Ohio Consortium of Multicultural Centers in Higher Education. Wright State University, Dayton, OH.

Bayamna, T. (March 2016). Autoethnography: An engine against the naturalization of women’s oppression. Workshop to be presented during the fifth annual Doing Autoethnography Conference at Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas.

Gunzburger J. (2015). Supervision: Effective Practices and the Role of Identity, NASPA National Convention, Indianapolis, IN.

Frabotta, R. (2015). “So What Exactly IS “Appropriate”?!: the historical struggle for disabled people’s sexual autonomy.” Breaking Silences, Demanding Crip Justice: Sex, Sexuality, and Disability, Wright State University, Dayton, OH.

Grubb, Sarrah, “Teacher Leadership: Creating a Collaborative Team,”  Presentation for the National Association of Professional Development Schools National Conference, Washington, D.C.  (2016)

Johnson, A. & Jourian, T.J. (2016). Radical Imaginings for Higher Education: Organizing Trans* Practitioners at Colleges and Universities. Extended leadership academy session presented at the Creating Change Conference, Chicago, IL.

Karikari, S. (2015). Keep Calm and Connect: Finding the Value of Connecting Co-Curricular Involvement and the Career Journey, NASPA Regional Conference, Presenters: Shamika N. Karikari & Angelina LaLima

Li, S., Han, Y. (2016). Broadening multicultural education:  From nationalism narrative to existential aesthetics narrative. The 2016 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Mamlok, D. (2015). Negative and Positive Freedom in Education: Berlin and Dewey on Freedom in Teacher and Student Work. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society, Dayton, OH.

Poetter, T.S., & Associates (2016). Curriculum Windows to Tomorrow: What Curriculum Theorists of the 1990s Can Teach Us about Schools and Society Today. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.

Paralkar, V. K. (2016). Study Abroad: From Global Awareness to Global Citizenship. Graduate student paper presented at the 14th Graduate Student Conference on Leadership, Culture, and Curriculum, Oxford, OH.

Robinson, K. S., Goodman, K. M. (2016). Using the learning partnerships model to illustrate co-teaching possibilities. Presentation at the annual conference for the Association College Personnel Association, Montreal, QC.