Research and Honors, April 14, 2020
Michelle Kibler, AGR, presented “Online Teaching: Are You Closer Than You Think?” at the Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting in February in Louisville, Kentucky.
Daniel Lannin and Leandra Parris, PSY; Luke Russell, FCS; and Associate Provost Ani Yazedjian presented “Social media rumination: The impact of life goal orientation” with Ph.D. student Keeley Hynes and post-doctoral fellow Jeremy Kanter at the National Association of School Psychologists in Baltimore, Maryland.
Ali Riaz, POL, took part in the webinar “South Asia’s economic outlook in the era of COVID-19″ from the South Asia Center of the Washington D.C.-based Atlantic Council. Riaz joined fellow South Asian experts to assess the potential impacts of the COVID-19 on South Asia.
Joan Brehm, SOC, co-authored “Impacts of targeted education programs on the adoption of residential best management practices (BMP) to combat non-point source pollution” for Applied Environmental Education & Communication.
Andrew Eberline, KNR, published “Beyond bricks and mortar: a qualitative examination of factors influencing diffusion of an innovative PETE graduate program” for Curriculum Studies in Health and Physical Education.
Jean Sawyer, CDS, published a chapter on “Voice Changes in Transgender Care” for the book Transgender Medicine.