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CEHD Research In Press: March 2023

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NEWS  Dr. Radomir (Ray) Mitic (EHBS, Higher Education) was recently interviewed for an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education regarding his recent paper and work in Russia. The article is entitled, Slamming the Door on Scholarship: War and politics could make on-the-ground study of China and Russia difficult, if not impossible.   Dr. Caitlin Brecklin […]

CEHD Research In Press: February 2023

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NEWS  Dr. Tanis Walch (Public Health Education) is this year’s co-recipient of the Founders Day UND Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Research and Creative Activity Award. This award recognizes an outstanding interdisciplinary team of UND faculty members (Isaac Karikari, Bret Weber, Tanis Walch, Ashley Bayne, and Carenlee Barkdull) who have made a collaborative and significant impact with […]

CEHD Research In Press: December 2022

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NEWS  Dr. Emily Midkiff (CEHD Instructor) published a new piece in The Conversion entitled, “Sci-fi books for young readers often omit children of color from the future“. Dr. Radomir (Ray) Mitic will be serving on the Editorial Board for the Journal of College Student Development starting in January 2023 for a three-year term. CEHD will […]

CEHD Research In Press: November 2022

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NEWS  Dr. Kristen Votava was chosen as national aRPy Ambassador representing North Dakota partnering with the Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center, the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children and the Region B Parent Technical Assistance Program at Parent to Parent of Georgia. The aim of the aRPy Ambassador Initiative is to […]

CEHD Research In Press: October 2022

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NEWS  Dr. Ethan Dahl received a grant from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), which funds a suicide prevention program called North Dakota Healthcare, Opportunity, Prevention, and Education in Suicide prevention (ND HOPES) for nearly $1 million per year for five years. Dr. Dahl will serve as PI and will partner with NORC at the […]

CEHD Research In Press: Sept 2022

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The Research In Press Blog is back! See what research CEHD faculty and students were up to this summer (June to August 2022)… NEWS  Drs. Julie Robinson (PI), Kathy Smart, Joshua Hunter, Staci Blue (Turtle Mountain Community College), and Bonni Gourneau (co-PIs) received an NSF 20-572 Discovery Research PreK-12 grant entitled “Using Integrated, Place-based Watershed Curriculum […]

CEHD Research In Press: April-May 2022

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NEWS  Dr. Ryan Summers was awarded a National Science Foundation, Discovery Research K-12 grant entitled Investigating How Intensive and Modest Supports Effect Rural, Elementary Teachers’ Science and Engineering Practice. The four-year research grant is worth over $2.9 million, making it one of the largest in the history of the UND College of Education and Human […]

CEHD Research In Press: March 2022

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NEWS  Diana D’Amico Pawlewicz was awarded a research grant from the Spencer Foundation entitled, “Racialized Experiences of Black Applicants in the Teacher Labor Market” Spencer Foundation   Dr. Joonkil Ahn’s (Educational leadership) doctoral dissertation, Leadership for Learning and Teacher Self-Efficacy as the Antecedents of Teacher Collaboration, Instructional Quality, Intended Turnover, and Equitable Teaching Practice from […]

CEHD Research In Press: February 2022

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NEWS  Ph.D. candidate Staci Gilpin (EFR) and Dr. Zarrina Azizova (Assistant Professor of Higher Education) contributed a chapter Graduate and Professional Student Development to the newly published Handbook of Online Learning in Higher Education (Fielding University Press). This handbook captures the experience of over 40 leading educators and professionals in online learning—both at traditional campuses as […]

CEHD Research In Press: January 2022

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NEWS  Dr. Yujin Lee and colleagues received an Aircraft Pilots Workforce Development Grant with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The project will hold ‘Teach the Teacher’ events in eight locations across the region during the academic school year, preparing teachers to become Part 107 certified, followed by summer professional development workshops for STEM high school educators focused on the implementation of Aviation, […]