University of Memphis Educational Psychology Colloquium


Dr. Carmen Weaver
will be the invited speaker at the University of Memphis Educational Psychology Colloquium this Friday, February 21, from 5pm to 6pm in Ball Hall room 205. The title of her presentation is Changing Focus, Changing Teaching: A Look at Professional Development for Technology Integration. This presentation is part of the Spring

Colloquia and is open to all students to attend.

Educational Psychology Colloquia Spring 2014
(All meetings will be held in Ball Hall 205 from 5:00 pm-6:00 pm)

February 7, 2014
Ashley Payne & Crystal White
“Perfectionism and Ethnic Identity in University Students: The Role of Stereotype Threat Navigating Student Research in a University Setting”

February 21, 2014
Dr. Carmen Weaver, Instructional Design and Technology Program
“Changing Focus, Changing Teaching: A Look at Professional Development for Technology Integration”

March 7, 2014
Dr. Katherine Hendrix, Department of Communication
“Building Credibility in the U.S. Post-Secondary Classroom: Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) of Color and Non-Native English Speaking GTAs”

March 21, 2014
Dr. Luvell Anderson, Department of Philosophy
“The Philosophy of Race”

April 4, 2014
Dr. Susan Neely-Barnes, Department of Social Work
“Transition to Adulthood for Youth with Disabilities in a Fragmented Service System”

April 18, 2014
Dr. Mitsunori Misawa, Department of Leadership
“Troubling Intersections of Social Justice and Educational Research: An Examination of Positionality and Subjectivity on Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation in Post-Secondary Education”

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