Conference Presentations

  • Drs. Tamara VonGeorge, Carina Self, and Sarah Batterson will present Building an Online Interdisciplinary Seminar Inclusive of Non-Traditional Learners and Students at the 2021 AAC&U Conference on General Education, Pedagogy, and Assessment.
  • Nine GSC faculty members joined the 2019 Academic Technology Institute as ambassadors and will be working on various projects throughout the year. Stay tuned for updates and learn more at the ATI website
  • Melissa Day presented “Embedded Gender Emotion Work Among Stepmothers in Non-Denominational Christian Ministry.” and “Do Stepmothers Pay A Wage Penalty? to the American Sociological Society in NYC.
  • Courtney Rice and Dr. Kathleen Patenaude presented “Project-Based Assessment Strategies Across Linked Undergraduate and Graduate Programs” at the New England Education Assessment Network Fall Conference at Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts on November 1, 2019.
  • Dr. Tamara VonGeorge, Dr. Carina Self, Dr. Sarah Batterson, and Justin Chase presented “Using Assessment of Students’ Critical Inquiry Capacities to Spark Adjunct Faculty Reflection” at the New England Education Assessment Network Fall Conference at Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts on November 1, 2019.
  • Courtney Rice and Dr. Kathleen Hipp presented virtually “Health and Wellness, Psychology, and Human Services curricula at Granite State College; Prior Learning Assessments” for the Network4Health NH Workforce Partners Strategic Meeting on October 30, 2019.
  • Dr. Charles Lloyd was the keynote speaker at the New England Transfer Conference in Newport, Rhode Island where he focused on dual and concurrent enrollment and expanding educational opportunities.
  • Samantha Iaquinta provided training regarding intensive treatment service provision to adults carrying a dual diagnosis of intellectual disability and mental illness.
  • Kathleen Bartolini presented “The Persistence Project: Intentional Practices to increase Student Retention” at the Northern Essex Community College Professional Day.
  • Melissa Day presented “Pregnancy and Qualitative Field Work: Reflexivity, Rapport, and Precarious Work” at the Sociologists for Women in Society conference in Denver Colorado.
  • Melissa Day presented “Why ‘Good Women’ Can’t Be ‘Good Stepmothers: Reproduction of Gender Inequality in Contemporary Families.”at the American Sociological Association’s Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
  • Dr. Kathryn Whitcomb presented “Immersion of Simulation-based Experiences to Replace Limited Maternal-Newborn and Pediatric Clinicals in a Multi-Campus Traditional Undergraduate Nursing Program Located in Rural West Texas: An Innovative Comparison Study Building on the NCSBN National Simulation Study and Sim-IPE: Integrating telehealth into the curricula.” for the Society for Simulation in Healthcare in San Antonio Texas.
  • Dr. Kathryn Whitcomb presented “Results of a Prelicensure Nursing Program’s QI Project to Transition Maternal-Newborn” and “Pediatric Clinical Hours from the Hospital Setting to the Simulation Lab: Comparing Outcomes to the NCSBN Simulation Study Findings.” at the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference in Phoenix, AZ.
  • Christopher Brooks presented on the value of philosophy and ethics education and it’s correlation with leadership at the American Philosophical Associations’ Eastern Chapter in NYC.
  • Dr. Megan Henly presented “Job quality and considering expanding employment measures for workers with disabilities.” at the State of the Science Meeting, Employment Policy and Measurement Disability Statistics in Washington D.C.
  • Dr. Megan Henly presented “Satisfaction with intrinsic qualities of work among college graduates with disabilities.” at the Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting in Boston, MA.
  • Courtney Rice presented “Vertical Integration of Project-Based Learning for Undergraduate.” and “Graduate Health Care Management Programs” at the Association of American Colleges and Universities.
  • Courtney Rice, Dr. Carina Self, and Dr. Kathy Patenaude presented “Good Curriculum Design: A Tale of Two Academic Programs” at the New England Assessment Conference in May 2019.
  • Siddartha Sosa Rodriguez presented “Happiness vs. Pleasure” and “The Power of Laughter” at the 2019 Airman Spirit Series
  • Joleen Fernald was selected to present “Anxiety and Its Impact on Speech and Language Skills in Children” and “Self Regulation and It’s Impact on Speech and Language Skills in Children.” at the 2019 American Speech Language Hearing Association Conference in November 2019
  • Dr. Carina Self and Dr. Julie Moser presented on curriculum design at the 2019 New England College Assessment Conference.

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