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Faculty in the graduate school have been busy publishing books and papers in top journals

April 24, 2014

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Faculty in the graduate school have been busy publishing new books and producing research for top journals. Read updates about faculty from across programs.

 

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    After helping to found the Ecopsychology certificate, Thomas Doherty is continuing to publish on the psychological aspects of environmental issues and the restorative effects of nature.
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    Associate Professor Kimberly Campbell published two journal articles this year on teaching the essay in middle and high school language arts classes.
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    David Ward, assistant professor of education, has written three new articles connected to his studies on children’s interactions with reading and writing formats, traditional and virtual.
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    Building upon two earlier books, Professor of Education Vern Jones has written Prevention and Intervention for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders: A Continuum Of Services.
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    Through research, teaching, and volunteer work, Professor of Education Ruth Shagoury promotes children’s literacy and language acquisition.
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    Associate Professor of Education Kasi Allen published two articles in the national Mathematics Teacher journal this fall.
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    During a semester-long sabbatical, Assistant Professor in Teacher Education Eric Toshalis has been busy at work on numerous publications and professional outreach activities related to his expertise in adolescent development and teacher preparation in secondary classrooms.

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