COPE Research Talks
As part of ongoing efforts to promote research culture and inclusive excellence, the College of Professional Education introduces COPE Research Talks — an opportunity for COPE faculty to present research to each other in a casual, brown-bag setting.
Encourage collegiality and build camaraderie as you support other faculty. Be part of exchanging new ideas while grabbing lunch. See what fellow faculty are presenting and look for an opportunity to present yourself.
All sessions take place in Stoddard Hall 202-A. Must be registered to receive lunch.
For questions or to present in the future, contact Jorge Figueroa Flores.
January 26, 2022 - 12 p.m.
Aimée Myers, PhD
Assistant Professor - Curriculum and Instruction
TOPIC: Weaving the Fabric of Shared Experience - Immigrant and Refugee Students Engaged in Visual Testimonio
February 23, 2022 - 12 p.m.
Kristen Becker, EdD
School of Library and Information Studies
TOPIC: SCREAM as often as you can
March 23, 2022 - 12 p.m.
Jessenia García, PhD
Assistant Professor - Counseling and Development
Human Development, Family Studies, and Counseling
TOPIC: Utilizing Community Cultural Wealth Towards Doctora - Stories of Chicanas in Academia
April 13, 2022 - 12 p.m.
Maria Peterson-Ahmad, PhD
Associate Professor - Special Education
Randa Keeley, PhD
AssistantProfessor - Special Education
TOPIC: Cultivating Inclusive Practices Through Simulated Learning Experiences and Video Analysis
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