September 2020 Alumni News

Josh Duke

September 18, 2020


Roxanne Hughes (Education Policy, Planning and Analysis Ph.D. '10), Kari Roberts (Higher Education M.S. '14, current Measurement and Statistics Ph.D. candidate) and Jennifer Schellinger (Science Education Ph.D. '19) published an article in the Journal of Research in Science Teaching titled "The Role of Recognition in Disciplinary Identity for Girls." Schellinger is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the College of Education, Hughes is the Director of the Center for Integrating Research and Learning at the MagLab and Roberts is the Director of Evaluation and Postdoc Liaison at the MagLab.    

September 2, 2020

Three sport psychology alumni, Matthew Bird (Ph.D. '18), Elmer Castillo (Ph.D. '18) and Matteo Luzzeri (Ph.D. '20), published an article in the Journal of Sport Psychology in Action titled "Performance Profiling: Theoretical Foundations, Applied Implementations and Practitioner Reflections."  


September 1, 2020

Megan Hollis (Higher Education M.S. '10) and Tracey Lord (Higher Education M.S. '04, current Educational Leadership & Administration Ed.D. student) published a book titled Making Your Internship Count. The workbook is designed to help students before, during and after an internship and is designed to be used by both interns and site supervisors to promote a "positive, productive experience for both parties."