Awards and Accomplishments
Dr. Chad Timm, had an article titled “The space between: Building liberatory capital in a school-community partnership,” published in the International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. He will also present papers at two national conferences. One, titled, “Mad Men in the Mirror: Don Draper’s Lacanian Identity Crisis,” at the American Pop Culture Association Conference in Washington D.C., and another titled, “Negotiating Third Spaces and Building Meaningful Cross-Class Relationships,” at the American Educational Research Conference in San Francisco.
Dr. Robin White, professor of education, had her proposal to the American Association Family and Consumer Sciences 102nd Annual Conference & Expo, held in June, accepted for inclusion in the program.
Dr. Lindsay Grow, assistant professor of education, presented a paper at the Literacy Research Association in San Diego in 2012. She also presented at the Iowa Reading Conference and served on the Iowa Reading Research Center Advisory Committee. She has had a poster accepted for presentation at the International Reading Association, held in April 2013. Lindsay continues to work on research related to the Identity Development of Preservice Teachers.