HONORS AND AWARDS
Shonda Bernadin, Ph.D. (FAMU-FSU School of Engineering) obtained the 2020-2021 Analysis Excellence Award from Florida A&M College on April 23, 2021.
Stephanie Kennedy, Ph.D. (School of Social Work) was honored because the School of Social Work Teacher of the 12 months. Scholar nominators famous her engaged and compassionate educating type and her capability to translate advanced analysis content material into extremely accessible lectures and actions.
Inika Pierre Williams, Ph.D. (Heart for Educational Retention and Enhancement) obtained a $10,000 grant from the School Board for her undertaking, “Florida Partnership for Minority and Underrepresented Scholar Achievement.” This grant will help the efforts of the CARE pre-collegiate packages to enhance faculty and profession readiness alternatives for college kids attending Title I faculties in Leon County.
Neda Yaghoobian, Ph.D. (FAMU-FSU School of Engineering) was awarded the Nationwide Science Basis College Early Profession Growth Award, together with a five-year $500,000 grant, to advance the prediction and mitigation of fireside unfold into wildfire-prone areas. Her findings could elevate the significance of fireside science within the nationwide panorama.
Nasrin Alamdari, Ph.D. (FAMU–FSU School of Engineering) is growing a brand new open-source instrument to foretell the results of finest administration follow in stormwater administration, and her analysis is funded by a four-year $266,473 grant from the Florida Division of Environmental Safety.
Inika Pierre Williams, Ph.D. (Heart for Educational Retention and Enhancement) printed “Mobilizing College Capital to Foster Pathways of School Entry for Underserved Youth” within the Florida Journal of Instructional Analysis. She additionally had a chapter, “Secrets and techniques of the Diaspora,” printed within the ebook “Rooster Soup for the Soul: I’m Talking Now.”
Carrie Pettus, Ph.D. and Stephanie Kennedy, Ph.D. (School of Social Work) co-published an article, “Incarcerated Individuals’ Experiences of COVID-19 in america” within the Worldwide Journal of Prisoner Well being.
Changhyun (Lyon) Nam, Ph.D. (Jim Moran School of Entrepreneurship) printed “Pedagogical Steerage to Educators in Instructing Sneaker Design: The Effectiveness of Sketchbook Apply” in Worldwide Journal of Vogue Design, Expertise and Training.
Amy Ai, Ph.D. (School of Social Work) researched and printed “Perceived Religious Assist Counteracts the Traumatic Affect of Excessive Disasters: Exploration of Moderators,” which can seem in the journal Psychological Trauma: Principle, Analysis, Apply, and Coverage.
William Oates, Ph.D. and Guanglei Xu (FAMU–FSU School of Engineering) discovered a technique to routinely infer parameters utilized in an vital quantum Boltzmann machine algorithm for machine studying functions and had their findings printed in Scientific Studies. This may improve quantum machine studying algorithms.
Amy Ai, Ph.D. (School of Social Work) and Arthur Raney, Ph.D. (School of Communication and Data) co-published “Optimistic Emovement and Coping Related to Depression within the Aftermath of Category 5 Hurricanes” in Traumatology: An Worldwide Journal. In addition they printed “Perceived Spiritual Support (short-form) Counteracts the Traumatic Impact of Extreme Disasters: Exploration of Moderators” in Psychological Trauma: Principle, Analysis, Apply, and Coverage.
Katrinell Davis, Ph.D. (Division of Sociology) printed the ebook “Tainted Faucet: Flint’s Journey from Disaster to Restoration” (UNC Press) in regards to the water disaster in Flint, Michigan, and the neighborhood motion ensuing from it.
Geoffrey Brooks, Ph.D. (FAMU-FSU School of Engineering) authored “Bio-Impressed Sensory Programs: Utilizing Pure Photograph-, Mechano-, and Chemo-Sensory Programs for Design Inspiration,” an open entry textbook printed by Florida State Open Publishing.
Cameron Beatty, Ph.D., Kathy Guthrie, Ph.D. and Erica Wiborg, Ph.D. (School of Training) co-authored a brand new ebook for undergraduate management research, “Partaking within the Management Course of: Identification, Capability, and Efficacy for School College students.” The authors intend the ebook for school pupil leaders and people who work with pupil leaders on faculty campuses.
Laurie Abbott, Ph.D., RN, PHNA-BC and Lucinda Graven, Ph.D., APRN, FAHA (School of Nursing) co-published “Fatalism, Social Assist, and Perceptions of Self-Care amongst Rural African Individuals Residing with Diabetes and Pre-diabetes” in Nursing Studies.
Vanessa Dennen, Ph.D. (School of Training) printed a brand new ebook, “Reshaping Worldwide Instructing and Studying in Increased Training: Universities within the Data Age.” Along with serving as one of many editors, she additionally contributed to a chapter, “Mediated Identities, Context Collapse, and Cultural Elements of Networked Lincomes.” She additionally printed in a handbook with Ph.D. pupil Yujin Park, “Getting ready Ok-12 Lecturers for Blended and On-line Studying: The Function of PLNs in Preservice Studying and Skilled Growth,” which seems within the Handbook of Analysis on Ok-12 Blended and Digital Studying By way of the i2Flex Classroom Mannequin. Dennen contributed to an open-source eBook, “What Journal Editors Want Authors Knew About Educational Publishing,” which shares her perception as an editor for the journal The Web and Increased Training.
Marcy Driscoll, Ph.D. (School of Training) and Kerry Burnr, Ph.D. (Workplace of Distance Studying) co-published a brand new ebook, “Psychology of Lincomes for Instruction, 4th version,” printed by Pearson.
PRESENTATIONS, CONFERENCES AND EXHIBITS
Mark Zeigler, MS (School of Communication and Data) performed a communication workshop for the ABB LEAD program, which is a world engineering and know-how agency based mostly in Switzerland. He additionally performed a session for Gamma Phi Beta Wellness Week and a communication session for the Alabama School of Osteopathic Medication.
Tisha Holmes, Ph.D., April Jackson, Ph.D. and Will Butler, Ph.D. (Division of City & Regional Planning) spoke on the College of Illinois’ Planning for Local weather Justice lecture collection on “Local weather Gentrification in Florida.” Their presentation thought-about the connection between rising sea ranges, displacement and local weather gentrification in Florida’s coastal communities.
Mackenzie Alston, Ph.D. (Division of Economics) introduced “Does Black and Blue Matter: An Experimental Investigation of Race and Perceptions of Police Bias” on the College of Michigan Faculty of Data’s seminar collection on social, behavioral and experimental economics.
Christina Owens, Ph.D. (College Honors Program) gave an invited digital lecture at Connecticut School on “Transpacific White Masculinities and Interdisciplinary Evaluation.”
Camille Thomas, SLIS and Lindsey Wharton, MLIS (College Libraries) introduced on the “OER as Equitable” roundtable on the Affiliation of School and Analysis Libraries (ACRL) digital convention.
Preethi Gorecki, MLIS (College Libraries) introduced “Carry Up Your Residency Program: Find out how to Transfer Your Establishment Ahead” on the Affiliation of School and Analysis Libraries digital convention.
Jessica Bahorski, Ph.D. (School of Nursing) introduced “Toddler Temperament is Related to Doubtlessly Obesogenic Maternal Feeding Behaviors in Early Infancy” on the forty second Annual Assembly & Scientific Classes, Society of Behavioral Medication at a digital convention.
Beth Boatright, MLS (College Libraries) introduced “Ascending the Ranks – Or Not: Are Our Employee Evaluation Practices Equitable?” on the Affiliation of School and Analysis Libraries (ACRL) digital convention.
Liz Dunne, MLIS, Lisa Play, MLIS, and Lindsey Wharton, MLIS (College Libraries) introduced “Supporting Campus Communities by way of Improved Digital Reference Services #reopeningthechatwindow” on the Affiliation of School and Analysis Libraries digital convention.
Bridgett Birmingham, MLIS and Leah Sherman, MA, MS (College Libraries) introduced “Each Expedition Begins with a Crew: Cultivating and Nurturing a Peer Mentoring Community” on the Affiliation of School and Analysis Libraries digital convention.
Matt Hunter, MA, MLIS, Laura Miller, MLIS and Leah Sherman, MA, MS (College Libraries) introduced “Entry Artwork Historical past: Constructing Library Publishing Partnerships within the Humanities” on the Affiliation of School and Analysis Libraries digital convention.
Betsy Becker, Ph.D. (School of Training) introduced “Synthesizing Effects from Quasi-experiments in Education: Challenges and Remaining Questions” on the Texas A&M College’s School of Training & Human Growth Spring Speaker Collection.
Kerensa Lockwood, Ph.D. (School of Social Work) joined native service suppliers for a digital re–entry symposium to establish methods for overcoming the various challenges confronted by folks leaving incarceration and returning house. Leon County Sheriff Walt McNeil gave the keynote deal with; Dale White of the Institute for Justice Analysis and Growth’s Group Advisory Board was additionally a panelist. Olivia Hitchcock, School of Social Work Grasp’s pupil and IJRD research worker moderated the symposium.
Stephen Tripodi, Ph.D. (School of Social Work) introduced a paper, “Trauma Knowledgeable Care Teams with Incarcerated Girls: An Different Remedy Design Evaluating Searching for Security and STAIR” on the Educational and Well being Coverage Convention on Correctional Well being held by the Educational Consortium on Prison Justice Well being.
Jessica Bahorski, Ph.D., APRN, PPCNP-BC, WHNP-BC (School of Nursing) co-presented “Toddler Temperament Is Related to Doubtlessly Obesogenic Maternal Feeding Behaviors in Early Infancy” on the forty second Annual Assembly & Scientific Classes of the Society of Behavioral Medication’s digital convention. She additionally introduced “Insulin Resistance Moderates the Affiliation Between BMI and Metabolic Syndrome Severity in Girls 4-10 Years After Being pregnant, Unbiased of Gestational Diabetes Standing” on the ENDO 2021 Endocrine Society digital convention.
Carrie Ann Baade, MFA and Holly Hanessian, MFA (Division of Artwork) competed in ArtFields 2021 competitors and exhibition. Their paintings will probably be on show all through the neighborhood of Lake Metropolis, South Carolina, from April 23-Could 1, 2021.
Kristen Dowell, Ph.D. (Division of Artwork Historical past) participated within the digital Constructing an Engaged Artwork Historical past symposium hosted by Case Western Reserve and Indiana College. Dowell was amongst 40 students concerned within the convention, masking public scholarship, civic engagement, and community-based practices within the research and educating of artwork historical past and visible tradition.
Patrice Iatarola, Ph.D. (School of Training) presided over the Affiliation for Training Finance and Coverage annual convention, which was held nearly this yr because of the pandemic. Moreover, she delivered the presidential deal with.
Stephen Tripodi, Ph.D. (School of Social Work) was named a Consulting Editor for the journal Social Work Analysis.
Lt. Greg Washington (Florida State College Police Division) was introduced with the Division of Fraternity and Sorority Life Fraternal Associate of the 12 months Award for his excellent contributions to the Greek neighborhood.
Robert Schoen, Ph.D. (School of Training) and Sharon Koon, Ph.D. (Florida Heart for Studying Analysis) co-conducted a randomized managed trial of the Supporting Trainer Enactment of the Chance and Statistics Requirements (STEPSS) program. The STEPSS program improved statistics instruction and pupil understanding of statistics.
Carrie Pettus, Ph.D. (School of Social Work) convened Secretaries and Administrators of the Departments of Corrections in Florida, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and Texas — the primary 4 5-Key Mannequin states. The convenings highlighted preliminary 5-Key Mannequin outcomes on the affiliation between growing well-being amongst people releasing from jail and decreased charges of reincarceration.
Geneva Scott-King, DNP, FNP-C (School of Nursing) and her Susceptible Populations medical college students manned the COVID-19 immunization stations at Archbold Medical Heart.
Mark Messersmith, MFA (Division of Artwork) obtained the honorary title of Professor Emeritus. Following retirement, Messersmith continues to be featured in profitable exhibitions each nationally and internationally and continues to form pupil studying by way of the Susan and Mark Messersmith Artwork Scholarship established in 2017.