Emerge Faculty Fellows

In June of 2015, the College of Education and Professional Studies named a new group of faculty members as Emerge Faculty Fellows. The faculty members are participating in the CEPS Emerge Experience in order to develop high-impact learning activities including travel study, community-based projects, faculty-student research, capstone experiences, and experiential learning. The activities developed will be implemented during the 2015-2016 academic year.


Dr. Dione King

Dr. Dione King:

Enhancing Student Knowledge Through the Use of Research and Community-based Activities

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Social Work Professional e-Portfolios

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Dr. Anita Solarski

TEEL Pre-Service Teachers Mentoring International Students to Succeed in College

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Ms. Amany Habib

Amany Habib:

TEEL Pre-Service Teachers Mentoring International Students to Succeed in College

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Dr. Kellie O'Dare

Kellie O'Dare Wilson

Effective Advocacy Practice in Macro Social Work Settings

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Dr. Matthew Crow

Dr. Matthew Crow:

Criminal Justice in Scotland - Study Abroad

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Dr. Sara Evans

Dr. Sara Evans:

Criminal Justice in Scotland - Study Abroad

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Jennifer Mesa

Dr. Jennifer Mesa:

Science, Social Studies and Museum Informal Education in a Learning Ecosystem

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Ms. Karen Evans

Dr. Karen N. Evans:

Science, Social Studies and Museum Informal Education in a Learning Ecosystem

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Dr. Lakshmi Prayaga

Dr. Lakshmi Prayaga:

Formalizing Internship Experiences Using High Impact Practices

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