Senior guard Corey Allen is finding even more success in his second season with the Panthers.
College of Education & Human Development doctoral student Kyndel Tarziers was one of 10 students nationwide chosen as a 2021-2022 Chi Sigma Iota Leadership Fellow.
College of Education & Human Development doctoral student Quintin Bostic has been named co-chair of the National Association for Professional Development Schools Anti-Racism Committee.
Alba Lucero Villarreal is one of the panelists participating in a virtual conversation among diverse students about their experiences studying abroad.
CEHD sport administration master’s student Laura Hicks was chosen for the 2020 McLendon Minority Postgraduate Scholarship, a program that supports students from minority populations who want to become collegiate athletics leaders.
Dean’s Doctoral Fellow Wade Morris and CEHD Professor Chara Bohan analyzed history textbooks published between 1870 and 1920 and found that over time, Southern accounts of Civil War events influenced those published in Northern history books.
Dean’s Doctoral Fellow Cassandra Hinger explores social justice advocacy, or the ways psychologists can promote policies and practices that give disadvantaged groups the tools and support they need to improve their lives.
Dean’s Doctoral Fellow Meredith Wells conducted a study published in Sports Biomechanics focused on female distance runners and how running downhill affects their chances of sustaining injuries.
Dean’s Doctoral Fellow Meng-Wei Lin and Assistant Professor Feng Yang conducted a study to better understand gait stability for people with MS and use this knowledge to design more effective interventions for preventing falls.
Dean’s Doctoral Fellow Scott Cohen and Assistant Professors Jessica Scott and Patrick Enderle conducted a study to gauge ASL resources available for educators and how well they communicated nuanced scientific concepts.