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John D. Foubert, Ph.D. is National President of One in Four (www.oneinfourusa.org), Principal of John D. Foubert, LLC Consulting, and Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Foubert has written over 50 peer reviewed publications including 9 books, 7 of which are about how to end sexual violence on college campuses and in the military. Dr. Foubert is frequently contacted by the media to help explain the dynamics of sexual assault on campus, the Campus SAVE act, Title IX and related issues with several appearances on CNN and NPR. He is quoted at least weekly in outlets such as The New York Times, the Washington Post, US News, The Huffington Post, the Houston Chronicle, and Time Magazine. He blogs for The Huffington Post. Dr. Foubert's federally funded research and several dozen peer reviewed journal articles have identified a programmatic method to lower sexual assault by high-risk men by 40%. Dr. Foubert has been called upon by the Pentagon to brief high ranking officials about how to end sexual violence. He has also testified before Congress and been called upon by The White House to help end sexual assault on campus and in the military. Dr. Foubert's current research focuses on how pornography use inhibits bystander intervention in sexual assault situations. His forthcoming 10th book is about the harms of pornography and how those connect to sexual violence. He is able to appear in on camera interviews near his home in Oklahoma City. He is available by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and by cell phone at 405-338-8046.
Rape Prevention, Sexual Assault, Sexual Violence, Fraternities, Bystander Intervention, Harms of Pornography, College Student Development
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EDUCATION STUDENT SERVICESjordan.email@example.com
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B.S. Family Relations and Child Development - Oklahoma State University; M.S. Educational Leadership Studies - Oklahoma State University
TEACHING AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIPstephanie.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dr. Stephanie Hathcock joined the faculty at OSU in 2014. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in science education. Dr. Hathcock taught science and gifted education at elementary and middle schools in Arkansas and Virginia prior to getting her PhD. Her research interests include teacher change, preservice and beginning teacher induction, creativity in teaching and learning, and affective issues in science teacher education.
teacher professional identity, science professional development, affective issues, environmental education in schools, creativity, gifted education
APPLIED HEALTH AND EDUC PSYCHOLOGYrandolph.email@example.com
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Dr. Hubach is an Assistant Professor in the School of Applied Health & Educational Psychology. He received his Ph.D. in Health Behavior (with minors in Mixed-Method Inquiry and Epidemiology) from Indiana University in 2014. He is the Director of the Sexual Health Research Lab and Affiliated Faculty at the Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University. Dr. Hubach has previously worked for regional health departments developing sexual health and mental health programs, receiving federal funds to explore sexual behavior among emergent adults.
Public health, Sexual and reproductive health, Human Sexuality, Health disparities, Rural health, Qualitative research
TEACHING AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIPtoni.firstname.lastname@example.org
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2009 - Ph.D. Curriculum and Instruction (Science Education emphasis -- Texas A&M University; 2003 - M.Ed. Curriculum -- Texas A&M University; 2000 - B.S. Geology (Engineering Option) -- Texas A&M University
science education, geology, mixed methods, teacher education, professional development, curriculum, research design, education policy, geocognition, research design, secondary science, elementary science, mentoring, engineering education, geoscience education
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APPLIED HEALTH AND EDUC PSYCHOLOGYsue.email@example.com
Sue C. Jacobs is the Myron Ledbetter and Bob Lemon Counseling Psychology Diversity Professor and Professor in the School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology (SAHEP). She came to OSU in 2001 as SAHEP Head from the University of North Dakota. She is also an affiliate faculty in the MPH program, women and gender studies, international studies, and previously in gerontology. She received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi, did her pre-doctoral psychology internship in Interdisciplinary Team Training in Geriatrics at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Palo Alto, California, and post-doctoral work in Behavioral Medicine at Harvard Medical School, where she later worked as a scientist and psychologist at Mind-Body Medical Institute. She is a licensed psychologist, an American Psychological Association (APA) Fellow, and has served in a number of U.S. professional associations, including service on the APA Ethics Committee. Most recently (August, 2015) she received APA?s Society of Counseling Psychology Elder Recognition Award, presented to senior colleagues whose excellence in scholarship, practice, and leadership has positively influenced the field. She has over 60 scientific publications, 135 US or international professional presentation and 130 state or local presentations. Her interests include ethics and professional issues, older adults, successful aging, diversity, bullying, social justice, stress, public health, difficult dialogues, disaster response, anger, relaxation response and mindfulness, other mind-body interventions. At OSU, she has served on a number of program school, college and university committee, She also founded and co-directs the OSU Preparing Future Faculty in Psychology Program, co-directs the Oklahoma Network for the Teaching of Psychology, and is team leader of the OSU Difficult Dialogues Program. She also organized and led student trips to India with a focus on Global Sustainability and looks forward to more.
Counseling, Counseling Psychology, Ethics,Professional Issues, Multicultural Competencies and Diversity in research and therapy, social justice, stress, anger, mindfulness and relaxation response, bullying, disaster response, special populations,rural, LGBTQ, older adults, healthy and successful aging, people with chronic illness, difficult dialogues
TEACHING AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIPjennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dr. Job received her Ph.D. in Culture, Curriculum, and Change in 2013 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to her doctoral work, she taught high school English for six years, first in North Carolina public schools and then at the American International School in Israel.
Analysis of Teaching, Political Speech in the Classroom, Education Policy, Curriculum Studies, Curriculum about Political Trauma
Kerri Kearney, M.B.A., Ed.D., is an associate professor in Higher Education & Student Affairs. Through her work, she prepares individuals to lead at institutions of higher education or function in related research or policy roles. She teaches and advises students almost exclusively at the doctoral level. Her research, teaching, and service agendas focus on the broad areas of other mothering issues (fostering and adoption) with an emphasis on college students who are alumni of foster care, the role of emotions in human transition, issues related to organizational behavior, and visual or arts-based methodologies in qualitative research. She is also the founder and leader of the RisforThursday Statewide Network of Oklahoma (www.okstate.edu/risforthursday), a collaborative higher education and community effort that focuses on former foster youth enrolled at Oklahoma colleges and universities. Prior to joining academia in 2004, her professional experience spanned 20 years of organizational consulting and education, always with an emphasis on service and development of organizations and people. As a senior consultant for a downsizing and leader relocation company in Austin, Texas, she coached mid- through executive-level clients through significant professional transitions. Subsequently, as a senior corporate trainer and internal consultant with WorldCom, she facilitated organizational development work and guided the people integration of multiple acquisitions including Chicago-based Metropolitan Fiber Systems and MCI. In 2000 she was asked to collaborate on the startup of an organizational consulting firm (now known as Executive Development Associates) serving Fortune 500 companies; in that role she served as an individual consultant and executive coach for companies such as St. Lukes Health Network, Aggreko, HSBC, Dun & Bradstreet, Lockheed Martin Missiles and Firearms, and the Federal Aviation Administration; she also served as the vice president of client services until joining academia in 2004. After briefly mixing the demands of her academic position and contract consulting, she left the consulting world in 2008 to focus exclusively on her work at OSU.
Persistence and retention of foster alumni in college, invisible populations on the college campus, adoption, other mothering, emotions in human transition, organizational behavior and theory, organizational change, qualitative research, visual or arts based qualitative methodologies, organizational consulting, organizational development, executive coaching