APPLIED HEALTH AND EDUC PSYCHOLOGYbrian.email@example.com
Dr. Poncy attended the University of Northern Iowa from 1996-2002 where he received a B.A. degree in psychology in 1998 and an Ed.S. degree in school psychology in 2002. While at UNI he was awarded the Iowa School Psychologists Associations Outstanding Student of the Year Award. After graduation he worked as a school psychologist for various Area Education Agencies where he gained experience practicing in progressive Response to Intervention models. Subsequently, Brian attended the University of Tennessee and received his Ph.D. in School Psychology (2006). During this time he received the Outstanding Dissertation Award from Division 16 of the American Psychological Association. In 2008 he joined the school psychology faculty at Oklahoma State University where he works as an Associate Professor. His research focus is in the areas of academic interventions and behavioral principles of learning, specifically in the area of mathematics. He teaches classes focusing on the design, selection, implementation, and evaluation of academic interventions and single case research designs. Dr. Poncy has published approximately 20 research articles and/or book chapters and is currently co-authoring a book about math assessment and intervention.
Response to Intervention, Academic Interventions, Single Case Design, Behavioral Learning Theory
APPLIED HEALTH AND EDUC PSYCHOLOGYtaryn.firstname.lastname@example.org
186 COLVIN RECREATION CENTER
Dr. Price is an Assistant Professor at Oklahoma State University in the Recreation Management program. She received her undergraduate degree from The University of Texas at Austin in Athletic Training, which afforded her the ability to work with now professional athletes that now play professional football, basketball, and volleyball, among other sports. From there she served as the Graduate Assistant Volleyball Athletic Trainer for Middle Tennessee State University while earning her Masters degree Doctoral degree in Leisure and Sport Management. Her current research interests include youth sport leadership development, recreational sport for youth development, leadership, and social issues related to race and gender in recreation and sport.
Diversity in sport and recreation,Gender and race issues in recreation and ICA, Social issues in Intercollegiate Athletics
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Robert Raab, is the coordinator for graduate student services in the College of Education at Oklahoma State University. After a successful career with IBM for 27 years, he pursued his passion of higher education and supporting the next generation of leaders. His StrengthsFinder themes are - Maximizer, Positivity, Relator, Activator, and Achiever.
Marketing, Project Management, Business Development, Customer and Partner Relationships, Student Engagement and Retention, Quality/Performance Improvement, Crisis Management and Customer Satisfaction, Business Process Reengineering, Success coaching.
ASOC DEAN/ASOC PROF
EDUCATION STUDENT SERVICESjohn.email@example.com
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
Dr. John S. C. Romans is the Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Administrative Support. He holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kansas, a Masters degree in Counseling from the University of Iowa, and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Iowa State University. He is a Professor in the Counseling and Counseling Psychology program area, and he has previously served as Interim Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, Outreach and Research and as Head of the School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology. He has served in a variety of other administrative roles during his tenure at OSU including Counseling Area Coordinator, Associate School Head, and Associate Dean. His research activities are currently centered around the Building Resilient Communities project. He serves as the team leader for this interdisciplinary group of faculty, students and community members tackling challenges facing high need communities. Dr. Romans' other research interests include stalking and interpersonal violence, and college student counseling interventions.
Stalking and interpersonal violence, Counselor Education and Supervision, Clinical Supervision
ASO PROF/SCH HEAD
TEACHING AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIPjenn.firstname.lastname@example.org
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
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Dr. Jennifer Sanders is an Associate Professor of Literacy Education at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Sanders earned a Ph.D. in Language, Literacy, and Culture, along with a reading endorsement, from the University of Florida and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on a wide range of topics including reading instruction, language arts, literacy assessment, childrens literature, primary literacy, and the intersections of language, literacy, and culture. Previously, she taught preschool and elementary grades one and two, and she has spent significant time as a researcher in grades four through six. Her current research focuses on quality writing instruction, writing center pedagogy, representations of diversity in childrens literature, and teachers professional development in areas of literacy. She is the co editor of a book on multiliteracies titled Literacies, the Arts, and Multimodality. Her work in multicultural childrens literature includes service as former chair of the Notable Books for a Global Society Award Committee. She is also the Director of the Randall and Carol White Reading and Math Center in which education majors provide tutoring to children in literacy and math.
P 12 writing pedagogy, informational writing, writing workshop, elementary school writing centers, writing peer tutoring, diversity in childrens and YA literature, nonfiction childrens and YA literature, literacy professional development, reading instruction, reading comprehension instruction
APPLIED HEALTH AND EDUC PSYCHOLOGYhuiyoung.email@example.com
920 S MURPHY STREET
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ph. D. in Education and Psychology
Peer Relationships,Classroom Context,Aggressive Behavior, Bullying, School Bullying intervention, Academic Motivation, Engagement, Achievement
APPLIED HEALTH AND EDUC PSYCHOLOGYdoug.firstname.lastname@example.org
BS Exercise Science University of Nebraska,MS Exercise Physiology University of Nevada Las Vegas, PhD Exercise Physiology University of Nebraska
Muscle Function,Human Performance,Fall Prevention, Aging
ASO PROF/ASO DIR
Dr. Susan Stansberry is a perpetually curious learner who strives to increase creativity, innovation, and engagement through all learning situations. She serves OSU as Associate Professor and Program Chair of the Educational Technology academic program, Associate Director of Professional Education, and Director of the T.E.C.H. Playground (Transforming Education Through Creative Habits ? http://edtech.okstate.edu).
improving teaching and learning through technology integration, creativity, innovation, and curiosity
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My research interests center on areas where technology and human cognition intersect. I'm particularly interested in how immersion in digital technology may or may not be changing habits of mind and attitudes toward learning. My research also extends to how people learn from each other in technology-mediated environments, including both formal learning management systems and informal social networking and content sharing sites. Before beginning my academic career I was an e-learning developer and an accounting systems developer.
effects of technology use on cognition and learning, online learning, learning through new media
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Dr. Matt Vance, our newest Assistant Professor, joins the AVED program from the Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology Saint Louis University He holds a Ph.D. in Aviation Science He brings a wealth of knowledge from inside and outside the classroom In addition to his experience as Senior Researcher, Flight Instructor for the Center for Aviation and Space at Saint Louis University, previous Boeing positions include Director of Advanced Global Services and Support Business Development at Boeing Defense Space and Security, Secondee, an Exchange Officer, for the UK Ministry of Defense in London, Director of Washington Studies and Analysis, Future Combat Systems, Air Traffic Management and Boeing Commercial Airplanes Product Strategy During his years at McDonnell Douglas, Dr. Vance served as a Principal Engineer for Phantom Works Systems Assessment division and prior to that assignment he was a Lead Engineer for the HARPOON Missile. Dr. Vances publications include, Analysis of Factors that may be Essential in the Decision to Fly on Fully Autonomous Passenger Airliners, Analysis of the Current Unmanned Aerial Systems Public Policy Environment in the United States, and Considering Buying an Unmanned Aircraft?, More Things to Think About along with seven corresponding presentations His flight experience includes 4,500 hours between US Naval Flight Officer, civil Pilot in Command, Instructor flying time His 20 years military career includes more than 3,000 hours of patrol flight time submarine hunting with extensive operational experience in Pacific, Indian, Arctic, and North Atlantic theaters
General Aviation, Professional Pilot Flight Instruction, education and certification, Bayesian Statistical Reduction, Multi Attribute Utility Theory, Operations, Personnel, Portfolio Analysis, Advanced Technology Assessment, Naval Maritime Aviation, Anti Submarine Warfare, Joint Mobility United States Transportation Command, Collegiate and US Military Officer Accession
TEACHING AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIPsheri.email@example.com
251 WILLARD HALL
Struggling Readers and Writers, Technology Integration to Support Student Learning, Changing Nature of Literacy and New Literacies, Issues of Agency and Power, Teacher Use of Technology Supporting Student Learning