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Elected Member of the Society for the Study of School Psychology

Dr. Nicholas Frank Benson, associate professor, received Election as Member of the Society for the Study of School Psychology for his sustained contributions to the field of school psychology, impact on science, as well as the depth and breadth of his contributions from the Society for the Study of School Psychology (SSSP), August 4, 2022.

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Doctoral Degree Attainment from Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program Alumni: An Explanatory Embedded Case Study

Dr. Terrill F. Saxon, professor, published Doctoral degree attainment from Ronald E. McNair scholars program alumni: An explanatory embedded case study in Educational Policy, January 1, 1970, with co-author(s) Dr. Rachel Renbarger, Western Michigan Univ., and Dr. Tony Talbert, professor.

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Increasing Post-Secondary Education (PSE) Readiness for At-Risk Students and Students with Disabilities

Dr. Terrill F. Saxon, professor, published Increasing post-secondary education (PSE) readiness for at-risk students and students with disabilities in Research and Practice in the Schools, Vol. 6, Issue 1, p. 11-26, January 1, 1970, with co-author(s) Dr. Robin Wilson, and Dr. Tamara Hodges, senior lecturer.

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Dr. Perry L Glanzer, professor; $2,698,693.00; The Role of Meta-Identity in Developing Moral Communities Within Higher Education; Templeton Foundation.

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Positive Youth Development: An Experimental Trial with Unattached Adolescents

Dr. Terrill Saxon, professor, published Positive youth development: an experimental trial with unattached adolescents in Journal of Adolescence, Vol. 67, p. 85-97, 2018, with co-author(s) Dr. Darrell Hull, University of North Texas.

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NSF INCLUDES Planning Grant: Inclusive Biologists Exploring Active Research with Students (iBEARS)

Dr. Tracey N Sulak, clinical associate professor; $99,999.00; NSF INCLUDES Planning Grant: Inclusive Biologists Exploring Active Research with Students (iBEARS); National Science Foundation https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=2040595&HistoricalAwards=false.

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National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, President

Dr. Trena Wilkerson, professor; President; NCTM: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics; 2020-2022.

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The Outrageous Idea of Christian Teaching

Dr. Perry L. Glanzer, professor of social foundations, published The Outrageous Idea of Christian Teaching, 08/20/2019, with co-author(s) Dr. Nathan Alleman, associate professor, Baylor University.

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Dr. Susan Kay Johnsen, professor, received Outstanding Leadership Award for collaboration across professional organizations and leadership on national standards committees from Council for Exceptional Children, April 11, 2014.

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Restoring the Soul of the University: Unifying Christian Higher Education in a Fragmented Age

Dr. Perry L Glanzer, professor, published Restoring the Soul of the University: Unifying Christian Higher Education in a Fragmented Age, March 10, 2017, with co-author(s) Dr. Nathan F Alleman, associate professor, and Dr. Todd C Ream, professor, Taylor University.

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Survey Scales: A Guide to Development, Analysis, and Reporting (2016), Johnson & Morgan

Dr. Grant B. Morgan, associate professor, published "Survey Scales: A Guide to Development, Analysis, and Reporting", August 1, 2016, with co-author(s) Dr. Robert L. Johnson, University of South Carolina.

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Award for Excellence in Research

Dr. Nicholas Frank Benson, associate professor, received the Award for Excellence in Research for demonstrating excellence in research on human intelligence from the Mensa Foundation, May 12, 2017.

Research Interest

Social-Cultural Studies-Education Foundations-Philosophy-Education As Democracy

Dr. Tony L. "Poppy" Talbert is a Professor of Social/Cultural Studies Education and Qualitative Research in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the School of Education at Baylor University. Dr. Talbert refers to his field of research and teaching as Education As Democracy which integrates social/cultural foundations and philosophies of education, equity, diversity, inclusion, and democracy education into a focused discipline of qualitative and ethnographic inquiry examining school and community stakeholder empowerment through activist engagement in political, economic, and social issues. Dr. Talbert's 36 years as an educator and 28 years as a national and international scholar of impact, have provided him with a depth and breadth of knowledge and experiences that inform his research and practice in education improvement and renewal.

For further information on Dr. Talbert's teaching and research in the areas of qualitative research design and analysis, social/cultural studies education (e.g., education as democracy), and, public education policy and practice, please contact him via email at Tony_Talbert@baylor.edu and/or http://soefaculty.baylor.edu/tony-talbert/

Research Interest

Qualitative Research Design

Dr. Tony L. “Poppy” Talbert is a respected leader and methodologist in the fields of Qualitative Research and Mixed Methods Research. He has collaborated with his faculty peers across the nation and around the globe in the development and implementation of multiple academic and professional development enterprises that provide a strong foundation of qualitative research and analysis theory and practice for both experienced and emerging scholars. He is currently engaged in multiple teaching and research projects with faculty colleagues and students examining the theoretical and applied ideas of qualitative and mixed methods data as a means to data-driven discourse that informs and engages the public.

For further information on Dr. Talbert's teaching and research in the areas of qualitative research design and analysis, social/cultural studies education (e.g., education as democracy), and, public education policy and practice, please contact him via email at Tony_Talbert@baylor.edu and/or http://soefaculty.baylor.edu/tony-talbert/

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Critically Conscious Mentoring

Dr. Tony L. “Poppy” Talbert is a research and teaching scholar in the fields of Qualitative Research and Social and Cultural Studies Education. Dr. Talbert is pursuing several research projects focusing on the concept of critical consciousness as a foundational value in progressive professional practice. This research focus includes projects examining data-driven activism in education through critically conscious qualitative research; critically conscious reciprocal mentoring as a model for disrupting hierarchical structures of power in higher education; and, models of critically conscious student and teacher empowerment that exemplify democratic values and practices fostered through a robust system of public education.

For further information on Dr. Talbert's teaching and research in the areas of qualitative research design and analysis, social/cultural studies education (e.g., education as democracy), and, public education policy and practice, please contact him via email at Tony_Talbert@baylor.edu and/or http://soefaculty.baylor.edu/tony-talbert/