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Event: Getting Below the Surface – Race, Ethnicity, and Identity in Youth

Event: Getting Below the Surface – Race, Ethnicity, and Identity in Youth

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY & EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY FALL 2018 BROWN BAG SERIES DR. DEBORAH RIVAS-DRAKE Getting Below the Surface: Race, Ethnicity, and Identity in Youth Monday, October 29, 12:00—1:00pm, 133F Erickson Abstract: Ethnic-racial identity (ERI) is an important developmental concern with implications for psychological and academic adjustment. In this talk, I consider the role of the socio-emotional… Read More »

From Discussions to Data: Using Interviews in Qualitative Research

From Discussions to Data: Using Interviews in Qualitative Research Interviews play an essential role in qualitative research, but also present complex considerations for research design, interpersonal engagement with subjects, and analysis. Join College of Education faculty Kyle Greenwalt, Terah Venzant Chambers, and Chris Torres as they share insights and experiences in designing and conducting interviews.… Read More »

HALE Brown Bag Session: Writing Effective Proposals for Conference Presentations

HALE Brown Bag Session: Writing Effective Proposals for Conference Presentations Tuesday, April 15, 2014 12:00 – 1:30pm 116-H Erickson Hall Writing proposals to do posters, presentations, and papers at professional and scholarly conferences is an important part of being a higher education scholar and professional. Come to a HALE Brown Bag session to learn about… Read More »