Pula and Johnson Present at the MCA ConferenceNovember 12, 2015
Dr. Sara Pula, Director of Clinical Training, and Ms. Xanthia Johnson, LPC, Adjunct Instructor, will present at the Fall 2015 Maryland Counseling Association Conference. Their presentation, titled “The Challenges of Experiencing Trauma and Loss While Counseling and Educating Counselors”, will address the implications for all areas impacted by personal trauma and loss on the counseling experience. The conference will be held November 12-14, 2015 in Annapolis, MD.
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Prof. Wendy Bilen’s Essay Accepted for PublicationNovember 9, 2015
Assistant Professor of English Wendy Bilen’s essay, “On the Range”, was accepted for publication in the anthology Biting the Bullet: Essays on the Courage of Women. The anthology is published by Chatter House Press and the release date is pending.
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Moitra and Moss Invited to Present at Clare Boothe Luce 25th Anniversary Professors ConferenceNovember 5, 2015
Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professors, Dr. Karobi Moitra and Dr. Patrice Moss have been invited to present at the Clare Boothe Luce 25th Anniversary Professors Conference, November 9, 2015 at the Skadden Conference Center, Fordham Law School in New York. The focus will be mentoring female students to become the new STEM leadership. The discussion will be titled, ” Putting Ladies FIRST (Fierce in Research Science and Technology): Mentoring a New Generation of Women Scientists”
Both Dr. Moitra and Dr. Moss feel, “very honored to be the ‘voice’ of Trinity at this 25th anniversary conference for CBL professors”.
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Adjunct Professor, Dr. Henry Johnson Appointed Interim Deputy State Superintendent and Chief Academic OfficerNovember 2, 2015
Dr. Bweikia Steen Published on “NAEYC for Families” WebsiteOctober 26, 2015
Dr. Bwekia Steen, Assistant Professor of Education and Coordinator of Early Childhood Programs, was recently published on the website, “NAEYC for Families“. Dr. Steen’s article titled, “Sign Here! Three Tips for Navigating the IEP Process” addresses the importance of research, collaboration, and asking questions when navigating and understanding the process of an individualized education program. Click to read article.
In addition to her online publication, Dr. Steen has been invited to participate in several conferences this fall where she will serve as:
- A panelist at the 2015 Early Educators Leadership Conference in Leesburg, VA for the Council for Professional Recognition on October 3, 2015.
- A presenter at “We the People”, the 45th Annual National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI) Conference, in Arlington, VA on October 20, 2015.
- A poster presenter at the 2015 National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Conference and Expo in Orlando, FL on November 18, 2015.