The College of Education’s Research and Recognition Event was created to provide a forum for graduate students, faculty, and staff interested in educational research to share their ideas. The next session is at 3 p.m. Monday, April 4, in 551 DeGarmo Hall. Refreshments will be provided.

The featured faculty members will include many of the College of Education’s FY16 University Research Grant recipients.

Presenting researchers from the School of Teaching and Learning are Assistant Professor Sonia Kline; Assistant Professor Carolyn Hunt M.S. ’07, Ed.D ’13; Assistant Professor Deborah MacPhee; Assistant Professor Terry Husband; Assistant Professor Kyle Miller; Associate Professor Amanda Quesenberry; Associate Professor and School of Teaching and Learning Associate Director Alan Bates; Associate Professor Robyn Seglem; and Associate Director of the School of Teaching and Learning, Associate Professor, and Graduate Programs Coordinator Ryan Brown.

Presenting researchers from the Department of Special Education are Assistant Professor and Doctoral Program Coordinator Karen Douglas, Assistant Professor Kristin Lyon, Assistant Professor Mark Zablocki, and Assistant Professor Stacey Hardin.

What: Research and Recognition Event
When: 3–5 p.m. Monday, April 4
Where: 551 DeGarmo Hall
Cost: Free. Light refreshments will be provided.