Dr. Gayle Maddox’s new book, Bridges not Blockades, appeared in the latest Selected New Books on Higher Education column of The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Lauren Testerman, senior psychology student, has been nominated for the CEPO Student Award for Women or Minority Issues with her Southeastern Psychological Association submission, “Slut Shaming: Effects of Relationship Status, Ethnicity, Dress and Physique.” The winner will be announced at the SEPA annual meeting.
Dr. Jennifer Barrett-Tatum, faculty member in the School of Teaching and Learning, David Scales, faculty member in the Department of Psychology, along with Kristen Ashworth, published an article, “Gateway Literacy Retention Policies: Perspectives and Implications from the Field,” in the International Journal of Education Policy and Leadership. Read the article here: http://journals.sfu.ca/ijepl/index.php/ijepl/article/view/845/225
Jacquelynn Malloy (Clemson University), Kelly N. Tracy, Roya Q. Scales, Kristin Menickelli, and W. David Scales published an article in the Journal of Literacy Research. The article is entitled “It’s Not About Being Right: Developing Argument Through Debate.” https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1086296X19896495#articleShareContainer
David Scales, faculty member in the Department of Psychology, was nominated as WCU’s representative for the Southern Conference Faculty Member of the Year. His nomination highlights his contribution to student life at WCU.
Dr. Callie Schultz & David Wynn (Counseling graduate student) published an article with Dr. Janet McKeown in Leisure Sciences titled, “Altmetrics: Measuring engagement with Contemporary Leisure Scholarship.”