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
APPLIED HEALTH AND EDUC PSYCHOLOGYjulie.email@example.com
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Dr. Koch is an Associate Professor in the Counseling and Counseling Psychology program, School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology, College of Education at Oklahoma State University. She has served as the Director of Training of the APA-Accredited PhD program in Counseling Psychology since 2012. Dr. Koch received her PhD in Counseling Psychology in 2008 from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. She also holds an MEd in School Counseling from the University of Texas at Austin and a BA in Japanese Language and Culture from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Her research interests include Microaffirmation, Faculty Multicultural Competence, Counselor Development and Training, Issues related to Diverse Populations, and Prevention in School Settings.
Counseling Psychology, Prevention, Counselor Training, Counselor Development, School Counseling, Diversity, Microaffirmation, International Counseling, LGBT, Transgender, Gender Identity, Multicultural Competence, Faculty Competence, Faculty Multicultural Competence, Social Justice
APPLIED HEALTH AND EDUC PSYCHOLOGYdonna.firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Donna K. Lindenmeier Associate Professor Oklahoma State University Recreation Management, Recreational Therapy, Leisure Studies 182 Colvin Stillwater, OK 74078 405-744-3700 email@example.com
Recreation and leisure studies, Preparing future faculty in recreation and leisure studies, Community recreation, Outdoor recreation, Outdoor education, Environmental education, Interpretation of natural resources, Interpretation of cultural resources, Interpretation of historic resources, Challenge course facilitator training, Community based recreation for special populations, Adapted recreation, Recreation program design and planning, Benefits of recreation and leisure participation
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A holistic Approach to Aviation Security, Systems design in Innovation and Sustainability in Aviation Security, A Global Driven Methodology in Stakeholder Usage in Aviation Security,Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Homeland Defense and Security in Aviation
NASA EDUCATION PROJECTS
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Professional Preparation 1970 Bachelor of Science in Education, Science Education, Emporia State University 1971 Master of Science, Science Education, Emporia State University 1975 Doctor of Education, Higher Education, Oklahoma State University Relevant Experience 2003 ? Present Professor, School of Educational Studies ? Aviation & Space Program 2014 ? Present Co-Director OSUTeach 2012 ? Present Co-Principal Investigator NASA Johnson Space Center Strategic Education Alliance 2011 ? Present Principal Investigator ? NASA KSC Educator Resource Center 2004 ? 2015 Principal Investigator ? NASA Digital Learning Network (DLN) 1998 ? 2015 Principal Investigator ? NASA Teaching From Space (TFSP) 2003 ? 2013 Principal Investigator ? NASA Explorer Schools (NES) 2008 ? 2013 Principal Investigator ? NASA INSPIRE 1996 ? 2003 Associate Professor, Department of Aviation and Space Education 1998 ? 2007 Principal Investigator ? NASA Aerospace Education Service Program 1991 ? 1998 Assistant Director ? NASA Aerospace Education Service Program 1994 ? 1999 Director - Cherokee Nation-Aviation Careers Exploration Program 1991 ? 1995 Assistant Professor ? Department of Aviation and Space Education 1982 ?1991 Coordinator of Clinical Experiences ? College of Education, Dean's office 1976 ? 1982 Program Manager ? Energy Awareness Demonstration Program, Oklahoma Department of Energy 1973 ? 1976 Contractor ? NASA Education Programs, California State University 1971 ? 1973 Science Teacher ? Melbourne Junior High School, Shawnee Mission, Kansas 1970 ? 1971 Graduate Teaching Assistant ? Emporia State University Related Publications Angle, J., Ivey, T., Byers, A., Marks, S., & Tingler, P. ?Science Teachers We Have Digital Academic Liftoff.? NSTA Science Scope. February, 2012. Ivey, T., Angle, J., Byers, A., Marks, S., & Tingler, P. ?Reach for the Stars!? NSTA Science and Children. January, 2012. Marks, S.K. & Vitek, J., ?An Aviation Education Doctoral Program that Utilizes the Clinical Model to Enhance Research.? International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies. Jan., 2005 Marks, S.K., Vitek, J., Giardino, J. & McQueen, K. ?Creating Curricular Change: Needs In Grades 8-12 Earth Sciences,? Geomorphology, 47/2-4, October 2002, pp. 261-27. Marks, S.K. & Vitek, J. ?Field Investigations of Watersheds for High School Students.? The Geological Society of America, 32(7), A428, November, 2000.
Science Education K12, NASA Education, Aviation Education, Space Education,
TEACHING AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIPjill.firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic Degrees: Bachelor of Science Elementary Education, Special Education Option Master of Science Curriculum & Instruction, Elementary Education Courses Taught: CIED 2450-Early Lab & Clinical Experience in Elementary Education I CIED 3430-Early Lab & Clinical Experience in Elementary Education II CIED 3622-Middle Level Education CIED 4362-Design & Management of the Elementary School Classroom CIED 4450-Internship in the Elementary School CIED 4453-Senior Seminar in Elementary Education EDUC 5910-Practicum in Elementary Education
Elementary Education, Student Teaching, Clinical Field Placement
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APPLIED HEALTH AND EDUC PSYCHOLOGYbridget.email@example.com
EDUCATION August 1999-August 2004 The University of Texas, Austin, TX Ph.D in Health Education, with a specialization in Behavioral Health and an emphasis in Exercise Psychology August 1997-May 1999 The University of Texas, Austin, TX M.Ed in Higher Education Administration August 1992-May 1997 The University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE B.S. in Biology
Physical activity, exercise, public health, health promotion program design, psychological aspects of health, obesity prevention, community health, behavioral health
TEACHING AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIPshanedra.firstname.lastname@example.org
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secondary education, urban education, social studies education, history, geography, media literacy, content area writing, journalism, strategic communications
TEACHING AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIPamy.email@example.com
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OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
Amy Olson joined OSU in the fall of 2014 as a Clinical Instructor in the College of Education in the School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership. She is a Master Teacher with OSUTeach which is a new program at OSU that provides opportunities for students who are majoring in mathematics and science to earn a secondary teaching certification along with their discipline degree. She brings with her to OSU almost a decade of science teaching experience. In her nine years as a secondary science teacher she taught high school chemistry, biology and earth science in Colorado and hopes to pass her passion for teaching science to the next generation of science educators.
high school biology teacher, high school chemistryteacher, high school earth science teacher, osueteach master teacher, osuteach, science curriculum and instruction, secondary science