Solomon Finalist for Early Career Research Award

DavidSolomonDavid Solomon, Psychology faculty member, has been nominated by the Southeastern Psychological Association for the Early Career Research Award for his research titled, “Maternal belief and support behaviors following child sex abuse.” The recipient will be recognized at the annual meeting in March, 2019.

Baker Publishes Novel

NovelCoverTom Baker, staff member in the School of Teaching & Learning, has recently published a historical fiction novel entitled The Hawk and the Dove. Baker’s debut novel was published by Page Publishing.

Rogers Approved for Scholarly Development Assignment Program

Carrie RogersDr. Carrie Rogers will go on academic leave in the fall semester 2019 to complete a book project entitled Stewarding the Profession: Stories of Early-Career Teacher Leadership.

Winter, Pinter, and Watson Receive Book Contract

IGIgloballogoDr. Kim Winter, Dr, Holly Pinter, and Myra Watson received a book contract from IGI Global for a book project entitled Performance-Based Assessment in 21st Century Teacher Education.

Scales and Colleagues Receive Book Contract

roya scalesDr. Roya Scales and colleagues received a book contract from Teachers College Press for the manuscript entitled: The Teaching Journey: An Evidence-Based Guide for Helping Teacher Candidates and Novice Teachers Succeed.

Beaudet Honored with Award

awardphotoDr. Bob Beaudet, Health and Physical Education faculty member, was honored with the College/University Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year Award at the annual NCAAHPERD-SM State Convention in Winston-Salem.