L. Baran and Dr. Janice E. Jones, assistant professors in the doctoral
leadership studies department, published a chapter, “Online Learning: Guidelines for Team Effectiveness,” in “Building Online Communities in Higher Education
Institutions: Creating Collaborative Experience,” published by IGI Global.
Dr. Stacey Floyd, chair of the English
& Writing department, participated in two panels at the Nineteenth Century
Studies Association Conference in Chicago on March 21. She presented "Gaskell's Use of Space in the Industrialized City" and sat on a
publishing panel with editors from the University of Chicago Press and the
journal Nineteenth Century Studies.
Dr. Anna Varley, assistant
professor in the department of language and literacy, presented at the Writing
Research Across Borders conference in Paris, France on Feb. 22. The title of her presentation was
"Fostering Grassroots Writing Reform through Teacher Education Research
Projects: An Exploratory Multi-Case Study."
Dr. Sarah Foust
assistant professor in the English and Writing department, presented “Challenging the Mother-Witch in American
Horror Story: Coven” at the Making Motherhood Visible: (Re)Writing the
Narrative of Contemporary Mothers Conference at the Museum of Motherhood on
March 7 in New York City.