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School of Professional Studies Faculty Presentations 2018-2019

Agartan, T., (2019, June). The Global Dynamics of Turkey’s Journey to UHC as a Lens for Identifying Potential Challenges for the Global Agenda. 26th International Conference of Europeanists, Madrid, Spain.

Agartan, T., (2018, November/December). Healthcare governance, professions and populism: is there a relationship? The 11th European Public Health Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia. (Presented by coauthor Dr. Ellen Kuhlmann)

Agartan, T., (2018, October). Exploring Global Dynamics of Turkey’s Journey to Universal Health Coverage. International Conference on Global Dynamics of Social Policy University of Bremen, Germany.

Agartan, T., (2018, October). Workshop Participant, Solvathon event, Grand Challenges Annual Meeting, Gates Foundation, Berlin, Germany.

Agartan, T., (2018, March). Turkey’s Journey to Universal Health Coverage. 24th Global Development Conference, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Boston, Massachusetts.

Allcock, H. (2019, November).What Does It Take to Prepare Teachers for Inclusive Practices? Paper Presentation National Conference Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children (TED CEC). New Orleans, LA

Allcock, H. (2019). Knowledge, use of, and Beliefs About Critical Practices for Including Students with Autism and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in General Education: Implications for Pre-service Preparation of Special Educators. Paper Presentation at 20th International Conference on Autism, Intellectual Disability and Developmental Disabilities Council for Exceptional Children Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CEC-DADD), Maui, HI

Allcock, H., (2018, September). Family Values: On the Making and Fracturing of Insurance Families. Paper presented at Valuing Health Conference, University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

Ateh, C. M. (2019, October). Partnerships in Africa for Sustainable Solutions: Interdisciplinary undergraduate study combines STEM, system thinking and social ethics toward practical impact. Paper accepted for presentation at the NE_ASTE Annual Conference, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT.

Ateh, C. M. (2019, July). A marriage between diversity proficiency and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Round table presentation at the Northeast Association for Science Teacher Education (NEASTE) Annual Conference, Burlington, VT.

Ateh, C. M. & Dillon, M. (2019, July). In praise of a sustainable classroom Management system: Restorative Justice. Paper presentation at the Northeast Association for Science Teacher Education (NEASTE) Annual Conference. Burlington, VT.

Ateh, C. M. (2018, June). Defining Student learning outcome: Case of diversity Proficiency. Poster presented at the Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education (AALHE) Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Ateh, C. M. (2018, April). In Praise of the NGSS: Success Participants Share Success Stories. Paper presentation at the Rhode Island Science Teachers Association (RISTA) Annual Conference, Providence, RI.

Ateh C. M. (2018, April). Interdisciplinary Learning for a Changing Planet. Workshop presentation at the New England league of Middle Schools Annual Conference, Providence, Rhode Island. 

Ateh, C. M. (2018, January). Rethinking the Next Generation Science Standards through a Systems Thinking Lens. Poster presented at the International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Creamer, M. & Hauerwas, L. (2018).  Reciprocity of an International Teacher Education Partnership.  American Education Research Association conference, New York, NY

Grupp, L. & Little, D. (2018, November). Finding Levers for Change, POD Network Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon.

Grupp, L. & Little, D. (2018). Educational Developers: Knowing ourselves so we can Enhance Our Impact, POD Network, PODlive Webinar.

Hargreaves, A., & O’Connor, M. T. (2019, April). How Collaborative Professionalism Varies by Culture and Design. Presented in symposium entitled, From Professional Collaboration to Collaborative Professionalism at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Hasson III, R. G., Crea, T. M., Evans, K., Underwood, D. (2019, January). Clocking in: Employment Outcomes for Unaccompanied Refugee Minors Exiting Foster Care in the United States. Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work Research (SSWR), San Francisco, CA.

Hasson III, R. G., Crea, T. M., Easton, S., Underwood, D. (2019, January). Factors Related to Externalized Behavior for Unaccompanied Children in Long-Term Foster Care in the United States: An Exploratory Study. Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work Research (SSWR), San Francisco, CA.

Hasson III, R. G. & Sellers , C. M. (2018, November) Fork in the Road: Innovative Case Study Narratives in Social Work Education. Sixty-fourth Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education. Orlando, Florida.

Hasson III, R. G. (2018, November). Factors Related to Adverse Functioning for Unaccompanied Children in Long-Term Foster Care in the United States: An Exploratory Study. Twenty-Second Annual Conference of Society for Social Work Research (SSWR), Washington DC.

Hasson III, R. G., Easton, S. D., & Safadi, N. (2018, January). We Deal with Symptoms Rather Than Causes: Challenges in Formulating Anti-Poverty Policies in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Twenty-Second Annual Conference of Society for Social Work Research (SSWR), Washington DC.

Hauerwas, L. (2019).  Preparing Special Education Teachers to Communicate Globally about Disabilities. DISES International Conference, Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Hauerwas, L. and Laouni, N. (2018, July). Initial Steps to Global Competency: Supporting New and Future Teachers to Implement IEARN Projects. iEARN International Conference,  Winchester, VA.

Hauerwas, L. & Laud, L. (2018, February). Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for Writing Instruction. Poster presented at Council of Exceptional Children conference, Tampa, FL.

Holmes, L., Keating, C.L., and Traver, J., (2018) Escape the Room: Engaged Learning Activities for Executive Functioning Difficulties Following ABI. American Speech Hearing Language Association Annual Convention, Boston, Mass.

Keating, C.L., (2019). Educational Testing Considerations for Pediatric Brain Injury: The Role of the Educational Specialist. Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Pediatric Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury: The Patient and Family Voyage, Boston, Massachusetts.

Keating, C. L. & Gillin, J. G., (2018, July/August). Integrated Language Arts and Social Science Instruction in Elementary Classrooms for English Learners. National Social Science Association Summer Institute, Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

Kranz, K. & Holleran, K. (2018, October). What Do You Bring to the Classroom? A Look at Approaching Difficult Dialogues. Peer-reviewed paper accepted at the Southwestern Social Science Association, Orlando, FL.

Kurth, J., Morningstar, M., Allcock, H., Ruppar, A., Wilt, C., Towes, S. & Miller, A. (2018, April). The development of teacher agency for inclusive education. Paper Presentation at American Education Research Association (AERA) National Convention, New York, NY.

Levine, D. (2018, February). Weight Loss, Biometrics, and Citizenship in U.S. History. Tufts University STS Lunch Seminar Series, Somerville, MA.

Mulligan, J. (2018).Unequal Coverage book talk. Presented at University of Connecticut, Providence College, and Brown University School of Medicine, 2018.

Miller, A. F., & O’Connor, M. T. (2019, April). Moving Beyond Enrollment: A Framework for Encouraging Critical Perspectives and Embracing Diversity in Catholic Education. Presented at roundtable entitled, Examining Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy and Practices in Catholic Schools at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

O’Connor, K. J. (2019, May). Don’t wait for the course evaluation: Using a class advisory group to gather in-semester feedback. Poster session at the annual Association for Psychological Science/Society for the Teaching of Psychology Teaching Institute, Washington, DC.

O’Connor, K. J. (2018, May). Should I cold-call on students? Yes, but they will likely hate you for it. Poster session at the Annual Association for Psychological Science/Society for the Teaching of Psychology Teaching Institute, San Francisco, CA.

O’Connor, M. T. (2018, July). Better Understanding a Writer’s Perceived Audience: How Student Interviews Complement an Argument Writing Analysis. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Systemic Functional Congress (ISFC), Chestnut Hill, MA.

O’Connor, M. T. (2019, April). The Making of a Teacher: Many Participants, Shared Goals. Invited keynote and panel facilitation at the spring 2019 conference of the Massachusetts Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (MACTE), an affiliate of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) / Commonwealth Teacher Educator Consortium (COMTEC) / Massachusetts Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators (MAECTE) at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA.

O’Connor, M. T. (2019, March). Partners with Catholic Education: Providence College and PACT and Collaborative Professionalism in Catholic Schools. Presentations given to the New England Chief Administrators of Catholic Education (NECACE) in Springfield, MA.

O’Connor, M. T. (2018, October –2019, April). Collaborative Professionalism in Catholic Schools. A three-part professional development series given at the invitation of the Diocese of Providence Catholic Schools Office superintendent to the K-12 principals and administrators of Catholic schools in the Diocese of Providence (encompassing all of Rhode Island). Presentations given at three Diocese of Providence Catholic Schools Office Principals’ and Administrators’ meetings in Rhode Island.

O’Connor, M. T. (2018, April). Bilingualism: What the Research Shows and What Concrete Instructional Practices Look Like. Presentation given to the New England Latino Enrollment Institute, in Warwick, RI.

Olszewski, T. (2019). Not Your Father’s NIH: Biomedical Research Politics and Strategic Planning at the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Global Knowledge, Global Legitimacy? Transatlantic Biomedicine Since 1970, German Historical Institute, Washington, D.C.

Olszewski, T., (2018) Bridging the Gap: Biomedical Research and Clinical Consensus at the NIH, 1977-2013. American Association for the History of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA.

Rodriguez, A.M., Barrett, L., Coccoluto, L., D’Aquila, E., Lopez, F., & Pelli, C. (2019, June). Efficient, Effective, and High Leverage Student Teaching:  Bringing to Scale Teacher Development for Autonomy, Mastery, and Purpose in a Time of Compliance and Directives.  American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD), St. Paul, MN.

Rodriguez, A.M., Barry, J., Miller, J., Minerva, L., Errico, Y., Crowley, M., Rodensky, C., Russell, A. (2019, June). Harnessing our Collective Talents: The importance of Peer Mentoring in Teacher Education. American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD), St. Paul, MN.

Rodriguez, A.M. (2018, April). Peer Developed Supports in a Self-Determined Dual License Program. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), Washington, DC.

Roth, B., Crea, T., Jani, J., Hasson III, R. G., Evans, K., & Underwood, D. (2019, January) Separated upon Arrival: Examining the U.S. Response to Family-Unit Migration and Its Impact on Children. Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work Research (SSWR), San Francisco, CA.

Ryan, L. (2019, August).  Culturally Responsive Classroom Management.  Paper presented at 2019 Annual Summer Conference of the Association of Teacher Educators. Burlington, VT.

Sellers , C. M. & Hasson III, R. G. (2018, November). Harm Reduction: Exploring Values Guided by the Social Work Code of Ethics. Sixty-fourth Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education. Orlando, Florida.

Skawinski, S. F. & Zipke, M. (2019, June). How students write: Analyzing the processes/products of a collaborative writing project.  Annual conference of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), Philadelphia, PA.

Skawinski, S. F. (2019, February). How students write: Analyzing outcomes of a collaborative writing project. Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching: Anaheim. Anaheim, CA.

Skawinski, S. & Zipke, M. (2018, April). How students write together: Analyzing the processes and products of a collaborative writing project. Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New York.

Swanberg, J., Mimoso, C., Palmer, M., Wall, E., Adetunji, F., Murphy P., Al Kibria, G., & Tracy, J.K. Patient and Provider Communication About Cancer-Work Management Among Recently Diagnosed Employed Breast Cancer Survivors. Work, Stress, and Health Conference, Nov. 6-9, 2019. Philadelphia, PA.

Swanberg, J., Mimoso, C., Palmer, M., Wall, E., Adetunji, F., Murphy P., Al Kibria, G., & Tracy, J.K. Patient and Provider Communication About Cancer-Work Management Among Recently Diagnosed Employed Breast Cancer Survivors. The 12th Annual Rhode Island Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows Conference, July 26, 2019. Kingston, RI.

Swanberg, J., Falk, D., Adetunji, F., Tracy, J.K. Managing the cancer-work interface: Work Experiences that Influence Unemployment Among Cancer Survivors. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Work Research, January 16-20, 2019. San Francisco, CA.

Tracy, J.K., Swanberg, J., Rosenblatt, P., Adetunji, F. Employment and Potential Outcomes of Working through Cancer Treatment (EMPOWER): Preliminary Results of How Employed Breast Cancer Survivors Manage the Cancer-Work Interface. Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Work Research, January 16-20, 2019. San Francisco, CA.

Wang, Y., Easton, S. D., Safadi, N., & Hasson III, R. G. (2018, January). The Kessler Psychological Distress Scale: Translation and Validation of an Arabic Version. Twenty-Second Annual Conference of Society for Social Work Research (SSWR), Washington DC.

Zhang, L., & Van Reet, J. (2019, April). What Constructs Knowledge? Detaching Instructional Effects of Playing and Telling on Learning of Science Concepts. Single paper presented at the 2019 AERA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Zipke, M., Wang, X.C., Li, H., & Richey, E.J. (2019, April). Meet the Editors: Journal of Research in Childhood Education. Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Toronto, Canada.

Zipke, M. & Ingle, J. (2018, May). Evaluating pre-service teachers’ use of technology: Operationalizing TPACK. Presentation at the annual meeting of the New England Educational Research Organization. Portsmouth, NH.

Zipke, M., Wang, X.C., Li, H., & Richey, E.J. (2018, April). Meet the Editors: Journal of Research in Childhood Education. Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New York.

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