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  • EDU Faculty and Alumna Articles Accepted for Publication

    November 21, 2014

    Article submissions by Dr. Cynthia Greer and Trinity alumna Evelyn Robinson, of The School of Education, were accepted for publication in “Expressive Arts Interventions for School Counselors”. The book is edited by Dr. Bonnie Color and Suzanne Degges-White and is scheduled for release on December 15, 2014. Pre-orders are available through Amazon and Springer Publishing.

    The contributions are as follows:

    Dr. Cynthia Greer- Associate Professor of Counseling – “I Love Bing Me”:  Improving Self-Esteem and Literacy – An Empowerment Program for Middle School Girls”.

    Evelyn Robinson, Graduate of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program – Bridges beyond Life:  An Intervention addressing Grief through the use of the Expressive Arts.


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    Cosier Presents at the AERA Annual Meeting

    November 18, 2014

    Dr. Meghan Cosier, Assistant Professor of Education, presented papers on two research projects related to Disability Studies and Teacher Preparation at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA, April 4-7, 2014. Dr. Cosier’s research focused on the use of Disability Studies as a way to transform the philosophies and practices of teachers who work with students with disabilities.

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    Cosier Accepted for Publication

    November 14, 2014

    Dr. Meghan Cosier, Assistant Professor of Education, is contracted to edit a book through the Peter Lang Publishing Group. The book is titled, “Enacting Change from Within: Disability Studies meets Teaching and Teacher Education” and is scheduled for release in April 2015.

    Additionally, Dr. Cosier’s chapter, “More Than Just Test Scores: Measuring the Impact of Inclusive School Reform Using Multiple Data Sources”  has been accepted for publication in a book series related to systems change. The book is titled, “Handbook of Research on Improving Educational Institutions through Systems Thinking”. The book is published through IGI Global and is scheduled for release in Spring 2015.


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    Child Reviews Proposals for AACU’s 2014 TIDES Program

    November 11, 2014

    Dr. Elizabeth Child, Associate Professor of English and Program Chair, was selected as a panelist to review proposals for the Association of American College and Universities’ 2014 TIDES Program: Teaching to Increase Diversity and Equity in STEM.  According to AAC&U’s website, “The overall goal of this three-year initiative is to increase the learning outcomes and retention of students historically underrepresented in the computer/information sciences and related STEM disciplines.” Dr. Child served as lead reviewer on two proposals and was a contributing reviewer for five other applications. Successful proposals are funded over three years, up to $300,000.



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    Moitra Presented at 2014 Biennial PXE Research Meeting

    November 7, 2014

    Dr. Karobi Moitra, Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology, along with Trinity students Sonia Garcia, Michelle Jaldin and Clementine Etoundi presented at the 2014 Biennial PXE Research Meeting in Bethesda, MD on September 22-23. The students presented a poster on the genetics of the rare disease Pseudoxanthoma elasticum (PXE) titled, “Novel Variants in ABCC6 and Modifier Genes in PXE Patients Identified by Next Generation Sequencing” . After attending, Dr. Moitra and her students expressed seeing meaningful breakthroughs in translating basic science to potential clinical application.

    See the program schedule and power point overview.

    Student Presenters: Sonia Garcia, Michelle Jaldin, and Clementine Etoundi

    Student Presenters: Sonia Garcia, Michelle Jaldin, and Clementine Etoundi



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