CEPS Research Fellows Paper Accepted for Presentation
Pensacola-- The College of Education and Professional Studies Research Fellows Program, which represents all departments within the college, has had a proposal accepted to present at the American Association of Colleges and Universities National Conference on Global Engagement and Social Responsibility.
Pensacola– The College of Education and Professional Studies Research Fellows Program, which represents all departments within the college, has had a proposal accepted to present at the American Association of Colleges and Universities National Conference on Global Engagement and Social Responsibility.
The conference, “Higher Education’s Role in Addressing the Global Crisis,” is set for Oct. 12-14 in New Orleans.
The name of the accepted paper is “Faculty-Student-Community Triad Mentoring Problem-Based Learning Model: Global Engagement, Ethics and Social Responsibility.”
College of Education and Professional Studies faculty fellows, student researchers and community partners produced the paper.
The paper covers six subjects. They are:
- “Factors Effecting the Derived Economic Impact of a Sports Tourism Event Portfolio”
Faculty fellow: Dr. Matthew Ruckman, Legal Studies, Public Administration and Sport Management
Student: Matthew Leight
Community Partner: Pensacola Sports
- “Mathematical Modeling: Real Time Coaching”
Faculty fellow: Dr. Giang Nguyen-Nguyen, Teacher Education and Educational Leadership
Students: Michael Fralick and Mario Tobar
Community Partner: UWF Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering, Department of Mathematics
- “Peer Assessment Collaboration Evaluation”
Faculty fellow: Dr. Byron Havard, Instructional Workforce and Applied Technology
Student: Karen Valaitis
Community Partner: UWF Dr. Usha Kundu College of Health, Department of Health Sciences
- “Promoting HIV Education in Rural Eastern Guatemala”
Faculty fellow: Dr. Christopher Cotten, Social Work
Student: Sandra Lechuga-Corrales
Community Partner: Hearts in Motion and Guatemala Department of Health
- “The Cost of VOP Holds at a County Correctional Facility”
Faculty fellow: Dr. Katherine Johnson, Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Students: Stefan Vaughn and Rachel Detherow
Community Partner: Oklaloosa County Department of Corrections
- “Empirical Examination of Mental Health and Related Considerations of Veterans”
Faculty fellows: Dr. Carla Thompson and Dr. Diane Bagwell, Research and Advanced Studies
Students: John Woods and Lindsay Walk
Community Partner: Healthy Minds National Data Base from the University of Colorado