We are pleased to announce that lab members will be presenting three projects at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association in 2017. We will see you in San Antonio!
We are pleased to welcome Anna Sansone, the newest member of our lab and a member of MSU EPET’s 2016 cohort of doctoral students (pictured below). Anna is a science teacher, currently teaching in Italy.
We are pleased to welcome Emily Bovee, a first-year doctoral student. She comes most recently from Arizona State University, where she worked in the undergraduate recruitment office. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and is interested in psychosocial factors influencing enrollment and retention.
We are also happy to welcome three new undergraduate research assistants joining the lab: Navreet Banghu, Megan Ginther, and Mackenzie Topolski. Welcome!
Congratulations to Dr. Ranellucci, who received the APA Division 15 Early Career Educational Psychology Research Grant, funding his research on scaling up utility value interventions.
Kate Snyder gave an address at the APA Division 15 Business Meeting as the recipient of the Paul R. Pintrich Outstanding Dissertation Award. Congratulations, Kate!
Congrats to Cassandra LaMarche, Navreet Bhangu , Alan Chen, and Mackenzie Topolski, who presented a poster at MSU’s Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum on April 8, 2016. The poster, entitled “The effects of the Flipped Classroom Model on Student Attention and Engagement in the Classroom,” received recognition on MSU’s undergraduate research website and is currently displayed on campus.
Congratulations to Kate Snyder and Lisa Linnenbrink-Garcia who were awarded the 2015 Pathbreaker Award from AERA’s Research on Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent SIG. Pictured are the Pathbreaker winners with Awards Committee Chair Marcia Gentry.
Undergraduates Cassandra LaMarche (pictured), Alan Chen, and Samuel Braxton, led by Dr. Linnenbrink-Garcia, Dr. Cary Roseth, and PhD student Kristy Robinson, presented a poster at MSU’s University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF). The poster, entitled “The Role of Technology in a Flipped Classroom,” explored differences in performance-approach goals in two learning contexts.
Congratulations to Stephanie Wormington and Michael Barger, who were accepted to attend the AERA Division C Graduate Student Seminar.
Congratulations to Kristy Robinson who has received MSU’s College of Education Summer Research Development Fellowship to pursue her practicum research on STEM-related identities and motivation.