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Dr. Brooke Blevins, associate professor, published Challenging Thoughts, Changing Minds: Preservice Teachers' Reflections on Their Experience Working in an Alternative School Setting in The Teacher Educator, Vol. 52, Issue 4, p. 326-345, September 8, 2017, with co-author(s) Cameron Dexter Torti, masters student.
Dr. Cloud’s current research interests include higher education leadership, law, policy, current issues, organizational leadership, and governance.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, published “Bodies are not commodities”: Examining the impact and influences of a social justice curriculum on anti-human trafficking awareness and advocacy in Journal for Human Trafficking, p. 1-18, 2017, with co-author(s) Dr. Christina Crenshaw, Baylor University, and Elena Venegas, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.
Dr. Suzanne Nesmith, published “This is more about a book than about science!” Preservice teachers’ perceptions toward using literacy strategies in inquiry-based science lessons in Electronic Journal of Science Education, Vol. 21, Issue 5, p. 1-13, 2017, with co-author(s) Evan Ditmore, doctoral student, Baylor University, Dr. Lakia M. Scott, Baylor University, and Toby Zhu, doctoral student, Baylor University.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, presented She that holds the flame: Dreamkeepers as Ignition for preparing Urban educators at The 41st SERA Annual Meeting, held February 14, 2018, in New Orleans, LA.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, published Culturally affirming literacy practices for urban elementary students, 2016, with co-author(s) Dr. Barbara Purdum-Cassidy, Baylor University.
Dr. Brooke Blevins, associate professor, received Baylor University Fellow for outstanding teaching from Academy for Teaching and Learning, 08/01/2017.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, and E. Venegas, presented “They See Me as the Rich, White, Lady”: Othering Perceptions in the Urban Literacy Classroom at The 57th Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, held May 1, 2017, in San Antonio, TX.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott; $9,800.00; CDF Freedom Schools at Baylor University: School Year Component; Jack and Jill Foundation.
Dr. Trena Wilkerson, Co-Author, published "Equity within Mathematics Education Research as a Political Act: Moving from Choice to Intentional Collective Professional Responsibility" in Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Vol. 48, Issue 2, p. 124-147, with co-author(s) Dr. Julia Aguirre (Lead Author), University of Washington, Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, Michigan State University, Sylvia Celedon-Pattichis, University of New Mexico, Marta Civil, The University of Arizona, Michelle Stephan, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Stephen Pape, Johns Hopkins University, and Douglas Clements, University of Denver; March 2017.
Dr. Trena Wilkerson, and Erica Amos, Baylor University, presented "Flexing Your Math Muscles! Student Understanding That Connects Concepts through Representations" at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, in San Antonio, TX; April 2017.
Dr. Perry L Glanzer, professor; $903,000.00; Character Virtues and College Students: A Pilot Study"; Templeton Foundation.
Dr. Perry L Glanzer, professor; $95,000.00; College Students' Search for Meaning and Purpose: What Role Does Student and Institutional Identity Play; Templeton Foundation.
Dr. Tonya N. Davis, associate professor, published Reduction of Automatically Maintained Self-injurious Behavior Utilizing Noncontingent Matched Stimuli in Developmental Neurorehabilitation, Vol. 16, p. 166-171, 2014, with co-author(s) Sharon Dacus, Erica Strickland, Wendy Machalicek, University of Oregon, and Laura Coviello.
Dr. Tonya N. Davis, associate professor, published A Review and Treatment Selection Model for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Who Engage in Inappropriate Sexual Behavior in Behavior Analysis in Practice, Vol. 9, p. 389-402, 2016, with co-author(s) Dr. Wendy Machalicek, University of Oregon, Dr. Rachel Scalzo, Alicia Kobylecky, doctoral student, Vincent Campbell, University of Oregon, Dr. Sarah Pinkelman, Utah State University, Dr. Jeff Chan, Northern Illinois University, and Dr. Jeff Sigafoos, Victoria University of Wellington.
Tonya N. Davis, associate professor, published Effects of a School-based Functional Analysis on Subsequent Classroom Behaviors in Education and Treatment of Children, Vol. 37, p. 95-110, 2014, with co-author(s) Shannon Durand, Lisa Fuentes, Sharon Dacus, and Kara Huss.