January 22, 2019 - Riverside, CA
Jessica Alzen, adjunct professor for Online and Professional Studies, co-wrote a paper that was published in the International Journal of STEM Education (December 2018). It was titled A Logistic Regression Investigation of the Relationship between the Learning Assistant Model and Failure Rates in Introductory STEM Courses.
Dr. Robert Grand, adjunct professor of education for Online and Professional Studies, presented a paper at the Oxford Education Research Symposium in Oxford, United Kingdom, on Dec. 5-7. It was titled A Collective Case Study in Expectant Father Fears.
Dr. Joe Putulowski, assistant professor of business, Dr. Robert Crosby, associate professor of psychology, and Dr. Richard Ardito, assistant professor of accounting, all for Online and Professional Studies, presented a paper at the 2019 Clute International Academic Conference on Business in Maui, Hawaii, on Jan. 1-5. The presentation was titled Marketing an Accounting Firm Using the 4P’s of Marketing.
Dr. Dominick Sturz, associate professor of public health, Dr. Riste Simnjanovski, dean of faculty development, Dr. Scott Dunbar, assistant professor of human resource management, and Dr. Richard Ardito, assistant professor of accounting, all for Online and Professional Studies, presented at the 2019 Clute International Conference in Maui, Hawaii, on Jan. 3. Their presentation, titled Effects of Time Limitations in Non-Traditional Learning Environments, received the Best Presentation award. Dr. Andrew Harveson, assistant professor of kinesiology, Dr. Bochi McKinney, assistant professor of public health, Dr. Kathryn Norwood, dean of assessment and accreditation, and Dr. Dirk Davis, associate vice president for academics, all for OPS, also were co-authors of the study.
Dr. Dominick Sturz, associate professor of public health for Online and Professional Studies, presented research at the Oxford Symposium for Religious Studies held in Oxford, United Kingdom, on Dec. 6. The title was Spiritual Meaning’s Influence on Future Job Satisfaction.
Dr. Shawn Wilhite, assistant professor of Christian studies, and Coleman Ford, adjunct professor of Christian studies, both for Online and Professional Studies, are the directors and research fellows for the Center for Ancient Christian Studies. They recently released Fides et Humilitas: The Journal for the Center for Ancient Christian Studies (Issue 5). They wrote the editorial, titled Female Voices in Early Christian Scholarship.
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