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  • APCE Students Present at the Adult Education Research (AERC) Conference 

    From June 9th-11th, 2022, Texas State University was represented by students and faculty of the APCE program. Presentations included: 

    Cindy Peña

    Esther S. Pippins

    Sonia Rey Lopez

    Humberto de Faria Santos

    Counter-narratives: The Importance of Our Stories in Adult Education Research

    Cheri L. Hatcher

    reConsidering Culture in Research: Attracting and Retaining Culturally Diverse Research Participants

    Essie-Elizabeth Pippins

    Esther Pippins

    Foucauldian Discourse Analysis of Bullying Power Dynamics in Higher Education

    Dr. Lisa M. Baumgartner

    Lauren Chaney

    Humberto de Faria Santos

    Steven Schmidt

    Lesbian, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgendered, and Queer (LGBTQ) People and Adult Education: An Examination of Literature in Adult Education 2010-2020

    Dr. Joellen Coryell

    Cheri L. Hatcher

    Where in the World? Adult Educator Learning and Professional Development Leading Study Abroad Programs

    Abbie Salcedo

    Dr. Jeremy Bohonos

    Workplace Injustice: Catalyzing Organizational Change for African American Women in Academia

     

     

     

  • APCE Students Present at the American Association for Adult Continuing Education (AAACE) Conference 

    From October 5th-8th, 2021, Texas State University was represented by students, faculty, and alumni of the APCE program. Presentations included: 

    Mason Murphy Poetry and Learning: A Creative Method of Exploration

    Dr. Joellen Coryell

    Philippe Legault

    International, Cross-Cultural Learning and Teaching beyond COVID-19: Insights from the Research on Virtual Study Abroad/Exchange
    Cheri Hatcher Applying the therapeutic communications framework: An examination of communication obstacles in social justice education

    Sonia Rey Lopez

    Glenna R. Bruun

    Esther Pippins

    Humberto de Faria Santos

    Let's Talk Digital: Intergenerational Conversations about Technology
    Renee Ness Cultivating equitable knowledge ecosystems in the context of today's learning organizations: A review of literature

    Cindy Peña

    Dr. Jessica Quintero

    Elizabeth Castañeda

    Mitigating Issues of Power and Privilege: Adaptations for Qualitative Research in Virtual Spaces
    Dr. Christian Nanry The relationship of higher education and law enforcement performance

    Dr. Jessica Quintero

    Cindy Peña

    Bridging the digital divide: Developing digital literacy skills for guardians of school ages children

    Peg Richmond

    Dr. Joellen Coryell

    Female entrepreneurs: Stories and experiences as leaders, learners, perceivers, and perceived

    Esther Pippins

    Rachael Weldon-Caron

    How does limited representation in tenured faculty positions impact African American adult educators and learners?
    Dr. Lisa Baumgartner Teaching during COVID-19: Inequities, Best Practices, and Takeaways

    Humberto de Faria Santos

    Cindy Peña

    Rey Lopez

    How do HRD practitioners in adult education tackle issues related to digital ethics within organizations?

     

     

  • APCE Students Present at the Adult Education in Global Times (AEGT) virtual conference.

    From June 3rd-6th, 2021, Texas State University was represented by students, faculty, and alumni of the APCE program. Presentations included: 

    Joellen Coryell, Maria Cinque, Monica Fedeli, Angelina Lapina Salazar & Concetta Tino European university internationalization, English as the medium of instruction, and instructional professional development: Italian faculty perspectives on teaching international graduate students
    Humberto de Faria Santos, Cindy Peña & Joellen E. Coryell A fourfold model for addressing organizational digital ethics practices through HRD and continuing education
    Maricela May & Jeremy W. Bohonos Faculty development programs: The need for evidence-based practice
    Cindy Peña, Jessica Quintero, Elizabeth Castañeda & Sonia Rey Lopez A Chicana feminist epistemology in adult education: A literature review
    Sunny Lynne Munn, Jeremy Bohonos, Jill Zarestky, Joshua Collins & Tonette Rocco Writing and publishing for early career academics
    Lisa M. Baumgartner, Joanna Ellis, Kris Hollingsworth & Courtney Peebles Learning about COVID-19: Sources, trustworthiness, and beliefs
    Paul Francis English Applying Argyris to occupational safety: Understanding double-loop learning in safety
    Joanna R. Ellis Geek out: Community health education with scientific flare
    Mason Murphy Poetry and adult learning: A creative method of exploration
    Jeremy W. Bohonos, Sunny L. Munn, Tonette S. Rocco, Schane D. Coker, Myrian Vidal-Herlle & Mikki L. Johnson Exploring issues of power in formal mentoring programs
    Ann Brooks, Rey Lopez, Cindy Peña, Esther Pippins & Yidan Zhu Intergenerational learning: What female family members are learning from each other
    Courtney McElhaney Peebles Using culturally responsive evaluation to understand research development learning communities
    Esther S. Pippins & Jeremy W. Bohonos What is literacy, why does it matter in the workforce, and why should organizations care?
    Chelesea Lewellen & Jeremy Bohonos The view from here is obstructed: Glass ceiling, concrete ceiling and intersectionality—additional barriers that prohibit career success for African American women in the academy

     

  • APCE Students Present at the Thirteenth Annual International Research Conference for Graduate Students Hosted by the Graduate College at Texas State University. 

    From April 6th-8th, 2021, Texas State University was represented by a total of 3 students of the APCE program. Presentations included: 

    Paul English Applying Double-Loop Learning to Occupational Safety
    Mason Murphy The Conflict of Calling and Career: A Literature Review
    Peg Richmond & Dr. Robert F. Reardon Developing Students' Entrepreneurial Competencies Using Experimental Teaching Activities 

     

     

     

  • APCE Faculty, Students, and Alum Present at the American Association of Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE)

    From October 27th-30th, 2020, Texas State University was represented by a total of 20 representatives (4 faculty, 15 students, and 1 recent graduate) of the APCE program. Presentations included: 

    Dr. Ann Brooks

    Abbie Salcedo

    Rachael Weldon-Caron

    Marcy May

    Chelsea Toler-Hoffmann

    Women's Bodies as a Site of Learning: Working the Hyphens

    Abbie Salcedo

    Rachel Weldon-Caron

    Chelsea Toler-Hoffmann

    Esther Pippins

    Language Used as a Form of Power, Privilege, and a Force

    Rachel Weldon-Caron

    Chelsea Toler-Hoffmann

    Esther Pippins

    Turning Loss and Trauma into Resiliency - A Women's Perspective on Turning Challenges into Strengths 
    Brittany Hyden Social Connection and Sense of Belonging among Adult International Learnings in Community Colleges

    Dr. Joellen Coryell

    Angelina Lapina

    University Teaching in Global Times: International Faculty Perspectives and Professional Development for Teaching International Students

    Dr. Ann Brooks

    Cindy Pena

    Esther Pippins

    Rey Lopez

    Women's Intergenerational Learning: An Intersectional Analysis on Women Learning From Each Other in Today's World
    Dr. Lisa Baumgartner Improving Scholarly Discourse: Responding to Reviewer Feedback and Understanding Scholarly Impact 

    Dr. Robert F. Reardon

    Peg Richmond

    Experiential Learning in a Higher Education Entrepreneurial Classroom: A Pilot Study Regarding Competency Development
    Glenna Bruun Blending the 'Ogies: Combining Heutagogies and Technologies to Enhance Online Learning 

    HeeJae Chung

    Lauren Chaney

    Brittney Hyden

    Amy Biedermann

    Cultural Competence and Trauma-Informed Practice: Perspectives of Adult Educators at a Public Library
    Humberto de Faria Santos The Impact of Professional Philosophy on Decision Making in the High-tech Industry
    Dr. Ann Brooks Women's Bodies as a Site of Learning: Working the Hyphens
    Mason Murphy Career Transitions in AdultsL Reflections on Schlossberg's Transition Theory

    Dr. Lisa Baumgartner

    Joanna H. Ellis

    Kris Hollingsworth

    Marcy May 

    Courtney Peebles

    Reactions to COVID-19: A Public Health Critical Race Praxis Analysis Approach

     

     

  • APCE Students Present at the Tenth Annual International Research Conference for Graduate Students Hosted by the Graduate College at Texas State University

    From November 13th-14th, 2018, a total of 11 students represented the APCE program at the poster session and paper presentations on a panel. Presentations included: 

    Poster session

    Hinojosa, Orlando  Understanding Latinx Doctoral Student Experiences at Hispanic-Serving Institutions
    Lassiter, Misty R.  Transformative Learning and the Refugee and Immigrant Populations: A Review of the Literature
    Quintero, Jessica M. & Peña, Cindy Inclusion for All: Non-Millennials' Use of YouTube for Continuing Education 
    Richmond, Peg Exploring Educational Needs of Emerging Food Entrepreneurs: Identifying Challenges, Solutions and Resource Gaps within the Austin, Texas Manufacturing Ecosystem

     

    Paper Presentations on a Panel: (Faculty Chair: Dr. Robert Reardon) 

    Chaney, Lauren Community Writing Centers and Antiracist Rhetoric
    Chung, Heejae The Role of Learning Disposition in Korean Adult Learners' Foreign Language Anxiety: A Review of the Literature
    Davis, Brittany & Biedermann, Amy Where to begin? Efforts to Create an Effective and Sustainable Volunteer Program
    Murphy, Mason Assisting Adults in Career Transition Utilizing Baxter-Magolda's "Authoring Your Life" Concepts
    Santos, Humberto de F. Autoperception and External Perception through the Belbin Test and Johardi Window: A Case Study

     

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  • APCE Faculty, Students, and Alum Present at the American Association of Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE)

    From October 2-5th, 2018, Texas State University was represented by a total of 26 representatives ( 3 faculty, 18 students, and 5 graduates) of the APCE program. Presentations included:

    Dr. Kayon Murray-Johnson (2015 Alumna)

    Dr. Josyln Johnson (2017 Alumna)

    Diamonds in the Rough? Identifying Gifted and Talented Adults in Your Classroom
    Dr. Judith Ellen Livingston (2017 Alumna) A Conversation on Using Interview Transcription Technologies in Qualitative Research - Pros, Cons, and Tips

    Dr. Robert F. Reardon (Faculty)

    Angelina Lapina

    Jessica M. Quintero

    Designing Online Education Environments for Adult Learners: Lessons from Diffusion of Innovations

    Elizabeth Castañeda

    Sierra Sullivan

    Kimberly A. Thornton

    Brittany Davis

    Kerry Elliott

    Xennials Constructing Worldviews Through Social Media
    Dr. Kayon Murray-Johnson Touchy topics in the technology Age:What works for online course design? 

    Reba Loret Fuggs

    Amanda Young

    Dr. Robert F. Reardon

    Diversity and Social Justice Education: Is What We do What Students Really Need? 

    Cindy Peña

    Jill Marie Carter

    Dr. Robert F. Reardon

    The Challenges and Benefits Adult ESL Learners Face with Online Learning

    Dr. Geleana Drew Alston (2014 Alumna)

    Merih Ugurel Kmisli

    Dr. Ann Brooks (Faculty)

    Experiences with Publishing and Adult Education Journals

    Lilian H Hill 

    Larry G. Martin

    Simone C Conceição

    Jovita Ross-Gordon

    Wendy M Green

    Kevin M Roessger

    Practical and Critical Perspectives on Assessment and Evaluation in Adult Education 

    Sierra Sullivan

    Amy Biedermann

    Faculty Transition from the Classroom to Online Teaching 
    Dr. Mattyna Leevore Stephens (Faculty) Teaching, Learning, and Collaborating: Insights from Instructional Designers when Preparing Graduate Faculty for Online Instruction

    Rey Lopez

    Jessica M. Quintero

    Impact Study of Blended Asynchronous and Synchronous Online Tuberculosis Nurse Case Management Course

    Dr. S. Renee Jones (2017 Alumna)

    Dr. Owusu Ansah Boakye (2018 Alumnus)

    Malikah Pitts Harvey

    If Someone Had Told Me: Things to Consider When Pursuing Doctoral Studies

    Dr. Owusu Ansah Boakye 

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    Experiences of African Parents Navigating Doctoral Programs in Selected Universities in Ghana and United States

    Brittany Davis 

    Amanda Young

    Kerry Elliot

    Communities of Practice in Information Technology: Sharing Knowledge within a Managed Service Provider Organization 

    Rosemary Riggs

    Gelnna Bruun

    Amy Biedermann

    Amanda Young

    Media, M.D. - Current Adult Perceptions of Mental Illness

     

  • APCE Faculty, Students, and Alum Present at the American Association of Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE)

    From November 4-7th, 2014, Texas State University was represented by 11 faculty, students, and graduates of the APCE program. Presentations included:

    Cedric Scott Workplace Diversity: Creating Inclusion Instead of an Illusion

    Yolanda Reyes Guevara

    Andrea Flores

    Creating a Circle of Trust: Experiences from a First Year Doctoral Program

    Freda Bryson

    Tim Eubanks

    Stories from the ATX: Hip Hop Artists Using Voice and Story to Transform Community
    Natalie Hendrix Fluffy Women: Cats Are Not the Only Fluffy Creatures Who are Beautiful

    Dr. Jovita Ross-Gordon 

    Kayon Murray

    Faculty in Adult Degree Programs: What They Have Learned From Teaching Adults
    Dr. Geleana Drew Alston Intentional Learning: Women Mentoring Women in Doctoral Education 
    Dr. Ann Brooks & Moira Martin Positive Psychology: A Critical and Generative Conversation About its Usefulness to Adult Education Researchers