COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Action IMPACT 2009 Annual Report
Greetings, We are pleased to share with you the 2009 OSU College of Education (CoE) Annual Report, a publication highlighting the many accomplishments of our faculty, students, staff, and alumni over the past year. These accomplishments exemplify the VISION of the College to always serve as a recognized leader for education-related academic programs that are relevant and meaningful to meet the demands and opportunities of the 21st century. Based on this vision, the College and our educational partners engage in thoughtful and strategic ACTION on campus and in communities. Ultimately, our goal is to create a positive and significant IMPACT on the quality of life for individuals in our state and beyond. In this publication, we provide summaries about the CoE’s vision, action, and impact related to our research, teaching, and service/outreach activities. At the same time, we would like to acknowledge that it is impossible to adequately capture the day-to-day impact of faculty, students, staff, and alumni as they go about their work. Here are a few examples from this past year: • A Therapeutic Recreation senior-level intern wrote a community re-engagement plan for incarcerated youth as part of her practicum; this plan is now being successfully implemented by the agency. • A CoE faculty member worked carefully with legislators to create a bill, passed last year, to ensure high quality special education teachers in the state. • A CoE alumnae served as superintendent of one of the largest school districts in the nation and is credited with significantly improving the academic achievement of her district’s students. • A CoE academic advisor was instrumental in pursuing a grant for a laptop computer for a student who had lost his belongings in a house fire. Hopefully, these few examples convey the commitment we have to making a difference across our fields and areas of responsibilities. We also would like to acknowledge the impact of an important group of individuals who supported the work of the College. This past year brought especially difficult financial challenges for many of our students to pay for their higher education costs. For many, the scholarships they received from our generous donors determined whether they could continue to pursue their degrees at OSU. Therefore, I would like to take this opportunity to give our greatest thanks to the individuals who provided financial assistance for our students and their programs. These donors are recognized in the scholarship and development sections in this report. We hope you enjoy reading about the OSU College of Education and do not hesitate to contact me with questions or comments. Be sure to note the last page of the report that provides a listing of all majors offered in the College accompanied by contact information. We hope you will join us in our future endeavors and look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely,
Pamela Fry Dean College of Education
Dean Pamela Fry with students from a class she taught at OSU-Tulsa during the summer of 2009.
Scholarship and Research
Teaching and Learning
Service and Outreach
Development and Alumni
The 2009 Oklahoma State University College of Education annual report is a publication of the OSU College of Education. Its purpose is to connect the college with its many stakeholders, providing information about the scholarship, research, teaching, learning, service, outreach, development and alumni activites from 2009. Prepared By: Christy Lang, CoE Communications Specialist [ email@example.com ] Photography Credits: Gary Lawson, Phil Shockley, Mitch Harrison, CoE files Contact Information: 335 Willard Hall College of Education Oklahoma State University Stillwater, OK 74078-4033
Oklahoma State University in compliance with Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Executive Order 11246 as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and other federal laws and regulations, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices or procedures. This includes but is not limited to admissions, employment, financial aid, and educational services. Title IX of the Education Amendments and Oklahoma State University policy prohibit discrimination in the provision of services of benefits offered by the University based on gender. Any person (student, faculty or staff) who believes that discriminatory practices have been engaged in based upon gender may discuss their concerns and file informal or formal complaints of possible violations of Title IX with the OSU Title IX Coordinator, Dr. Carolyn Hernandez, Director of Affirmative Action, 408 Whitehurst, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078, (405)744-5371 or (405)744-5576 (fax). This publication, issued by Oklahoma State University as authorized by the College of Education was printed by Trascript Press at a total cost of $3,351.90. 3,000/March/10.
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MISSION The College of Education, a community of scholars,
and develops professionals who facilitate life long learning and enrich quality of life for individuals in diverse settings. The College leads in the generation
knowledge in our professional areas and advances professional development through teaching, research, and outreach. VISION
The College of Education will serve as a recognized
leader for education-related academic programs in the United States, and will contribute significantly to the educational and career accomplishments of Oklahomaâ€™s people.
ACCREDITATIONS 4 American Psychological Association (APA) 4 Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) 4 Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) 4 Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) 4 Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) 4 National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) 4 National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) 4 National Recreation and Park Association/American Association for Leisure and Recreation (NRPA/AALR)
CENTERS AND CLINICS
4Center for Aviation and Space Administration
4Oklahoma Center for School Business Management
4Counseling Psychology Clinic *
4School Psychology Clinic
* in Stillwater and Tulsa
4Randall & Carol White Reading & Mathematics Center*
Dr. Pamela Fry Dean, College of Education 339 Willard Hall Phone: (405) 744-3373 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Bob Davis Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies & Assessment Director of Student Academic Services 106 Willard Hall Phone: (405) 744-6350 Email: email@example.com Dr. Steve Edwards Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Research 325 E Willard Hall Phone: (405) 744-7476 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Bert Jacobson Head, School of Educational Studies 202 Willard Hall Phone: (405) 744-6632 Email: email@example.com Dr. Christine Ormsbee Head, School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership 245 Willard Hall Phone: (405) 744-9214 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. John Romans Head, School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology 434 Willard Hall Phone: (405) 744-6040 Email: email@example.com
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Mailing Address: 339 Willard Hall Stillwater, OK 74078 On the web: www.okstate.edu/education Phone Numbers Student Services: (405) 744-6350 Graduate Studies: (405) 744-9483
NEW FACULTY 2009 School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology
School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership
Lincoln Gibbs Assistant Professor Area: Health and Human Performance Ed.D. from Northern Illinois University
Julie Angle Assistant Professor Area: Secondary Science Education Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University
Eric Ryan Assistant Professor Area: Health and Human Performance Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma
Toni Ivey Assistant Professor Area: Science Education Ph.D. from Texas A&M University
Tyler Tapps Visiting Assistant Professor Area: Leisure Studies Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University
Seemi Aziz Assistant Professor Area: Reading/Literacy Education Ph.D. from the University of Arizona
Adrienne Redmond Assistant Professor Area: K-8 Mathematics Education Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University
Tia Wallace Visiting Assistant Professor Area: Health Education and Promotion Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University
School of Educational Studies Chad Depperschmidt Assistant Professor Area: Aviation Education Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University
John Foubert Anderson, Farris & Halligan Endowed Professor in College Student Development Associate Professor Area: College Student Development Ph.D. from the University of Maryland
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ENDOWED & REGENTS FACULTY Growing the Number of Endowed Faculty The College of Education currently has eight endowed faculty positions. Gifts were made to support 12 new endowments for chairs and professorships in a range of areas in 2008. These new endowments, along with others that are part of planned gifts, will eventually give the College nearly 25 endowed faculty lines.
Jerry Jordan Christine Cashel Endowed Professor in Leisure Studies Area: Leisure Studies and Therapeutic Recreation
Endowed Faculty Timm Bliss Roger Hardesty Endowed Chair in Aviation Science Area: Aviation and Aerospace
John Foubert Anderson, Farris and Halligan Endowed Professor in College Student Development Area: College Student Development
Ed Harris Williams Chair in Educational Leadership Area: School Administration
Belinda McCharen Francis Tuttle Endowed Chair in Occupational Education Studies Area: Occupational Education
Julie Thomas Frank and Carol Morsani Endowed Chair in Mathematics and Science Education Area: Science Education
Regents Faculty The title is awarded permanently to faculty members who have made significant scholarly contributions and are recognized by their peers as leaders in their respective disciplines.
Dale Fuqua Professor in the School of Educational Studies Area: Resarch and Evaluation Steve Harrist Hyle Family Endowed Professor in K-20 Leadership Area: Leadership
Todd Hubbard Charles E. Page Endowed Chair in Aviation Science Area: Aviation and Aerospace
Diane Montgomery Professor in the School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology Area: Educational Psychology
SCHOLARSHIP & RESEARCH Advancing knowledge and practice through creative and critical inquiry
Ph.D. student Mike Bradley and visiting assistant professor Tyler Tapps are part of a COE Research Team that is providing resource management plans for all of Oklahomaâ€™s State Parks.
In this Section
4Regents Research Award Winner 4Faculty Publications 4Funded Projects
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REGENTS RESEARCH AWARD FACULTY PROFILE: Kathryn Castle
4 2008-09 Regents Distinguished Research Award Winner
Kathryn Castle, Professor and Graduate Coordinator in the School of Teaching and
Curriculum Leadership, has been a member of the faculty since 1975 and is the longesttenured professor in the College of Education. In addition to receiving the OSU 2008 Regents Distinguished Research Award, she previously received the Regents Distinguished Teaching Award in 2005. Castle has written four books, several monographs, and over 25 journal articles on various topics in early childhood, elementary education, curriculum studies, teacher research, and teacher education.
Castle serves on two national boards and three national editorial boards. She is
past president of the National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators and co-founder of the Oklahoma Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators. She earned a Master of Science degree in Educational Psychology: Developmental Psychology from Emory University and an Ed.D. in Curriculum & Instruction: Early Childhood Education from the University of Virginia.
FUNDED PROJECTS NASA Education Projects The College of Education manages three NASA Education projects that provide educational opportunities for K-12 schools, students and educators across the nation.
FUNDED PROJECTS This list includes projects funded for $10,000 or more. NASA Explorer Schools - Digital Learning Network Agency: NASA Funding: $10,040,071 Principal Investigator: Steve Marks The NASA Explorer Schools initiative promotes and supports the incorporation of NASA content and programs into science, technology and mathematics curricula in grades four through nine across the country. NASA INSPIRE Agency: NASA
SIGNALS Agency: National Science Foundation Funding: $499,945 Principal Investigator: Julie Thomas This research project explores family and school influences on the science and math interests and achievement of third through fifth grade students in rural, largely American Indian populations in Oklahoma. Resource Management Plans for Oklahoma State Parks, Fiscal 2010 Agency: Oklahoma Department of Tourism and Recreation Funding: $260,000 Principal Investigator: Lowell Caneday
Funding: $5,291,854 Principal Investigator: Steve Marks INSPIRE directs an Online Learning community for students in ninth through 12th grades who are interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics education and careers. NASA Teaching from Space Project Agency: NASA Funding: $1,137,365 Principal Investigator: Steve Marks Teaching from Space includes support for educator astronauts, facilitates the flight of educational activities on the Space Shuttle and International Space Station and coordinates education downlinks to provide learning opportunities
Resource Management Plans for Oklahoma State Parks, Fiscal 2009 Agency: Oklahoma State Parks Funding: $182,793 Principal Investigator: Lowell Caneday These research projects provide comprehensive resource management plans for Oklahoma State Parks. Collaborative Engineering Students for the 21st Century Agency: National Science Foundation Funding: $155,814 Principal Investigator: Juliana Utley Engineering Students for the 21st Century is an NSF-funded grant that investigates how reforming of curriculum in 10 electrical engineering courses.
for students and educators through communication with the crew while in orbit.
Lowell Caneday, Grace Chang, Mike Bradley and Tyler Tapps are creating comprehensive resource management plans for parks across the state of Oklahoma.
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Improving Teaching Quality: Sustainability Through Math, Science, Technology and Problem-Based Learning Agency: Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, No Child Left Behind Funding: $149,557 Principal Investigator: Susan Stansberry Faculty members from Langston University and the OSU Colleges of Education, Arts and Sciences, and Engineering collaborated to offer a two-week summer institute aimed at increasing content knowledge in math, science, language arts, social studies, information literacy and information technology as they solve authentic engineering problems and develop new curriculum for schools. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at OSU Agency: Osher Foundation Over 600 members of OLLI at OSU participate in courses for adults Funding: $100,647 and retirees over 50 in Stillwater, Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Principal Investigator: Ruthann Sirbaugh OLLI provides educational courses for adults and retirees 50 Oklahoma â€“ Reading Integration in Mathematics and or older who want to enrich their lives through new learning Science (O-RIMS) experiences. Agency: Oklahoma No Child Left Behind grant Funding: $80,000 Oklahoma Center for Innovation in Teaching (OCITE) Principal Investigator: Julie Thomas Agency: Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education O-RIMS improves K-8 teachersâ€™ pedagogical content knowlFunding: $95,483 edge (PCK) and data-driven instruction skills and guides Principal Investigator: Gayla Hudson teachers in integrated instructional methodologies that inWorking with Langston University, Northeastern State Uniclude a focus on content area reading, PASS-skill-aligned versity, Tulsa Public Schools and OSU, this project creates environmental curricula, and access to outdoor learning rea cohesive plan to enchance discipline-specific content sources in the local communities. knowledge and instructional strategies in the critical areas of mathematics, science and reading. MTRC Gilcrease Middle School Agency: Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Play Golf America University Funding: $22,271 Agency: Professional Golfers Association Principal Investigator: Gayla Hudson Funding: $90,000 This project provides support and development of mentor Principal Investigator: Donna Lindenmeier teachers in Tulsa schools, assists with preparation for NaThis course is designed to teach and improve the golf skills tional Board Certification and aims to increase retention of of students through instruction and to suggest ways in which teachers in the Tulsa School District. students can use golf as a business tool in the professional OSU Aerospace Education High School Academy world. Agency: Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Funding: $16,000 GEAR-UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness Principal Investigator: Steve Marks for Undergraduate Programs This summer academy, for selected high school juniors and Agency: U.S. Department of Education through Tulsa Public seniors, covers topics such as the space shuttle, living in Schools space, aerospace careers, astronomy flight, lunar geology Funding: $85,178 and space exploration. Principal Investigator: Al Carlozzi A comprehensive five-year program, GEAR-UP utilizes diverse public and private two-year and four-year institutions, a state agency, non-profit community based organizations, and Tulsa Public Schools in encouraging 1,200 middle school students to stay in school, study, and prepare for college or vocational training. Oklahoma CareerTech New Teacher Induction Process Agency: Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education and Local Technology Centers Funding: $79,400 Principal Investigator: Mary Jo Self This highly-successful program increases retention of firstyear CTE teachers hired directly from business and industry.
Mapping the Beat/Project CREATES Agency: National Geographic Foundation Funding: $13,901 Principal Investigator: Diane Montgomery Mapping the Beat provides the support needed to encourage teachers and community artists to collaborate through the work of Arts Resources Coaches to infuse the arts with social studies for fifth graders in select Tulsa elementary schools. Junior Sciences and Humanities Symposium Agency: Academy of Applied Science Funding: $12,507 Principal Investigator: Caroline Beller Including students from Kansas, Oklahoma, and Nebraska this symposium challenges and engages students (Grades 9-12) in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM).
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS Warren, A. J. & Stubbs, S. N. (2008). Pectoralis major rupture in a recreational snow skier, [Supplement material]. Journal of Athletic Training, 43(2), S48.
School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology Journal Articles Jacobson, B. H., Smith, D. B., Stemm, J, Warren, A. J., O’Brien, M. S., Glass, R. (2008, May). Assessment of the effectiveness of non-transdermal energy patches on muscle endurance and power. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 22(3), 869-873. Buford, T. W., Smith, D. B. , O’Brien, M. S., Warren, A.J., & Rossi, S.J. (2008, June). Seasonal changes of body mass, body composition, and muscular performance in collegiate wrestlers. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 3(2).
Middlebrooks, M. G. & Warren, A. J. (2008). A 22 year-old female gymnast diagnosed with chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy, [Supplement material]. Journal of Athletic Training, 43(2), S129. Weatherford, R. W. & Warren, A. J. (2008). Fifty-three-year-old male develops MRSA in knee joint post arthroscopic knee surgery, [Supplement material]. Journal of Athletic Training, 43(2), S135-136. Crethar, H. C., Torres Rivera, E., & Nash, S. (2008). In search of common threads: Linking multicultural, feminist, and social justice, counseling paradigms. Journal of Counseling & Development, 86(3), 269-278.
Barney, D. & Hughes, P. P. (2008). The little things cooperating teachers want from student teachers. Strategies, 21, 22-23.
Falco, L., Crethar, H. C. & Bauman, S. (2008). Skill-builders: Improving middle school students’ self-beliefs for learning mathematics. Professional School Counseling, 11(4), 229-235.
Cho, Y., & Yang, M. H. (2008). Secondary school teachers’ epistemological beliefs and their relationship with teacher efficacy and instructional strategies. The Journal of Yeolin Education, 16(1), 1-20.
Bartholomew, J. B., Miller, B. M., Ciccolo, J. T. Atwood, R., & Gottlieb, N. H. (2008). Walk Texas! 5-a-day intervention for women, infant, and children (WIC) clients: A quasi-experimental study. Journal of Community Health, 33, 297-303.
Hsieh, P. H., Cho, Y., Liu, M., & Schallert, D. L. (2008). Examining middle school students’ goal orientation and science self-efficacy in a hypermedia problem-based learning environment. American Secondary Education Journal, 36(3), 33-50.
Woolsey, C. (2008, January). Choose smart to beat burnout. Long & Strong Throwers Journal, 46-47.
Barney, D., Mauch, L., & Pleban, F. (2008). Measuring Pedometer Steps Counts in Four Curriculum Units in Middle School Physical Education. The ICHPER SD Journal of Research, III(1), 43-47.
Winterowd, C., Montgomery, D., Stumblingbear, G., Harless, D., & Hicks, K. (2008). Development of the American Indian Enculturation Scale to assist counseling practice. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 15(2).
Barney, D. & Strand, B. (2008). Do high school students know what practices are appropriate in physical education? High School Journal, 92(1), 33-39. Strand, B., Barney, D. & DeFries-Evans, N. (2008). Knowledge of appropriate practices in elementary school physical education: Research to application in a teacher preparation program. ICHPER SD Journal of Research, 3(2), 24-30. Christenson, R. & Barney, D. (2008). The teaching-learning process: A set of instructional strategies and tactics through analysis of Mosston’s spectrum of teaching styles. OAHPERD Journal, XLIV(3), 31-37. Jacobson B. H., Wallace, T.J., Smith, D., & Kolb, T. (2008). Grouped comparisons of sleep quality for new and personal bedding systems. Journal of Applied Ergonomics, 39(2), 247-254.
Piirto, J., Montgomery, D., & May, J. R. (2008). A comparison of Dabrowski overexcitablities by gender for American and Korean high school gifted students. High Ability Studies, 19(2), 141-153. Xu, L., & Montgomery, D. (2008). An exploration of acculturation typologies for Chinese students who choose to study in the United States: A Q-methodological study. Journal of Human Subjectivity, 6(1), 97-117. Book Chapters Montgomery, D., (2008). Designing professional development activities at teacher and school levels. In M. Kitano, D. Montgomery, J. VanTassel-Baska, & S. K. Johnsen (Eds.), Using the national gifted education standards for prek12 professional development (pp. 55-60). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.
Gilbertson, D., Duhon, G. J., Witt, J.C., & Dufrene, B.C. (2008). Effects of academic response rates on time-on-task in the classroom for students at academic and behavioral risk. Education and Treatment of Children, 31, 153-165. Gilbertson, D., Witt, J. C., Duhon, G. J., & Dufrene, B.C. (2008). Using brief assessment to select math fluency and on-task behavior interventions: An investigation of treatment utility. Education and Treatment of Children, 31, 167-181. Jacobson, B. H., Smith, D. B., Stemm, J., Warren, A. J., O’Brien, M. S., Glass, R. (2008). Assessment of the effectiveness of non-transdermal energy patches on muscle endurance and power. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 22(3), 869-873.
Montgomery, D. (2008). Assessment of professional development activities. In M. Kitano, D. Montgomery, J. VanTassel-Baska, & S. K. Johnsen (Eds.), Using the national gifted education standards for prek-12 professional development (pp. 61-66). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin. Winterowd, C., & Sims, W. (2008). Counseling persons with chronic pain. In I. Marini and M. Stebnicki (Eds.), Professional counselor desk reference. Springer Publishing Company. McGaha, V. (2008). Needs assessment for adolescent mothers: Building resiliency and student success towards high school completion. In G. R. Walz, J. C. Bleuer, & R. K. Yep (Eds.), Compelling counseling interventions: Celebrating VISTAS’ fifth anniversary (pp. 11-20). Ann Arbor, MI: Counseling Outfitters.
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Crethar, H. C. & Erby, A. N. (in press). Responding to Microaggressions. In C. F. Salazar (Ed.), Group work experts share their favorite multicultural activities: A guide to diversity-competent choosing, planning, conducting, and processing. Alexandria, VA: Association for Specialists in Group Work. Crethar, H. C. (in press). School counseling and advocacy competence. In Toporek, R. L., Lewis, J. & Ratts, M. (Eds.), The advocacy competencies. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.
Tatum, J. L. & Foubert, J. D. (2009). Rape myth acceptance, hypermasculinity, and SAT scores as correlates of moral development: Understanding sexually aggressive attitudes in first year college men. Journal of College Student Development, 50, 195-209.
Crethar, H. C. (2009). Social justice in counseling. In B. Erford (Ed.), ACA encyclopedia of counseling. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.
Campbell, K. C. & Fuqua, D. R. (2008). Factors predictive of student completion in a collegiate honors program. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 10.
Bauman, S. & Crethar, H. C. (2008). Counselors. In T. Good (Ed.), 21st century education (pp. 53-62). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Simpson, D. B., Newman, J. L., & Fuqua, D. R. (2008). Understanding the role of relational factors in christian spirituality. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 36, 124-134.
Suarez, Z. I. & Crethar, H. C. (2008). People First. In L. L. Foss, J. Green, K. Woldfe-Stiltner, & J. L. DeLucia-Waack (Eds.), School counselors share their favorite group activities: a guide to choosing, planning, conducting, and processing. Alexandria, VA: Association for Specialists in Group Work.
Choi, N., Fuqua, D. R., & Newman, J. L. (2008). The Bem sex-role inventory: Continuing theoretical problems. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 68, 881-900.
Trolley, B. C., Neufeld, P. J. & Crethar, H. C. (2008). How shall I evaluate you? Determining supervisee inexperience, impairment, or incompetence. In L. Tyson, J. Culbreath, & J. Harrington (Eds.), Critical incidents in clinical supervision: Addictions, community, and school counseling (pp. 173182). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association. Jacobs S. C. & Klibert J.J. (2008). Accreditation by the American Psychological Association, The encyclopedia of counseling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Jacobs S. C., Batcheler A., & Sauceda E. (2008). Community-based action research. The encyclopedia of counseling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Books Published Pedersen, P. B., Crethar, H. C., & Carlson, J. (2008). Inclusive cultural empathy: Making relationships central in counseling and Psychotherapy. Washington, D.C.: APA Books. Hyle, A., Kaufman, J. S., Ewing, M., & Montgomery, D. (Eds.) (2008). Dissecting the mundane: International perspectives on memory-work. Lanham, MD: University Press of America School of Educational Studies Journal Articles Lee, S., Morris, T., & Barnes, L. L. B. (2008). The development and use of an instrument to measure willingness to seek help from peers and teachers when studying college mathematics. Learning Environment Research Journal, 11(3), 227-243.
Simpson, D. B., Cloud, D. S., Newman, J. L., & Fuqua, D. R. (2008). Sex and gender differences in religiousness and spirituality. Journal Psychology and Theology, 36, 42-52. Harris, E. L., Sheehan, R. and Flynn, W. (2008) Integrating Google Earth in a qualitative study: A bird’s eye view of context, Journal of Information Systems Technology & Planning, 1(1), pp.?? Kearney, K. S., Self, M. J., Bailey, L., Harris, E. L., Halcomb, S., Hill, B., & Shimp, U. R. (2008). Building an academe and government partnership in workforce education: Challenges and possibilities. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 44(3), 1-21. Harris, E. L. (2008). [Review of the book Light from the Christian east: An introduction to the orthodox tradition, by Payton, J.R.]. Criswell Theological Review, 5(2), 106-107. Kearney, K. S., Self, M. J., Bailey, L., Harris, E. L., Halcomb, S., Hill, B., & Shimp, U. R. (2008). Building an academe and government partnership in workforce education: Challenges and possibilities. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 44(3), 1-21. Hughes, R. L., Satterfield, J. W., & Kearney, K. S. (Eds.). (In press, 2008). ASHE Reader: Sports and athletes in higher education. Association for the Study of Higher Education. Mendez, J. P. & Mendoza, P. (2008). The Oklahoma higher learning access program: Its effect on African-American enrollment behavior. National Association of Student Affairs Professionals, 11(1). Mendez, J. P., Mathers, J. K., & Neal, D. M. (2008). The storm after the storm: K-12 state reaction to hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Journal of Emergency Management, 6(4), p. 32-38.
Worley, J., Vassar, M., Wheeler, D., & Barnes, L. L. B. Factor structure of scores from the Maslach Burnout Inventory. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 68(5), 797-823.
Lee, S., & Miller, J. (2008). A monte carlo study: Two nonparametric statistics with comparisons of Type I error rates and power. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Verlag.
Blum, D. (2008, June). Socialist consciousness raising and Cuba’s school to the countryside program. Anthropology & Education Quarterly 39(2).
Miller, J. W., & Nickell, L. K. (2008). The school safety and security questionnaire: Middle grade students’ perceptions of safety at school. Middle Grades Research Journal, 3(1), 81-96.
Conti, G. J. (2008). Results of membership questionnaire on method of delivery for the Journal of Adult Education. Journal of Adult Education, 37(1), 42-47. McClellan, J. A., & Conti, G. J. (2008). Identifying the multiple intelligences of your students [Insert]. Journal of Adult Education, 37(1), 13-32.
Depperschmidt, C. L. & Bliss, T. J. (2008, April). Using the Essen Learning Model to integrate computer generated airline simulation into the aviation curriculum. Selected Papers from the 19th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, pp. 83-99.
Mir, S. (2008, September) “Single, Muslim and female.” The Washington Post Newsweek. Moore, T. L. & Ward, K. A. (2008). Documenting engagement: Faculty perspectives on self representation for promotion and tenure. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 12(4), 5-28.
Perry, K. (2008). Reaction to and mental metaevaluation of an experiential learning evaluation project. American Journal of Evaluation, 29(3).
ing the classroom: Virtual reality in career and technical education [Invited article]. Techniques: Connecting Education and Careers.
Hubbard, T. P. (2008). Theoretical mechanics of judgment training in aviation: Using set theory and probability statements in instructional design. Collegiate Aviation Review, 26(1), 33-49.
Ausburn, L.J., & Ausburn, F.B. (2008). Effects of desktop virtual reality on learner performance and confidence in environmental mastery: Opening a line of inquiry. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 45(1), 54-87.
Hubbard, T. P. (2008). Using probability and set theory to examine illustrations of situation awareness. International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies, 8(1), 36-56.
Castle, K. & Russell, K. (2008). Honoring children’s mathematical constructions. The Constructivist, 19(1).
Arnold, A., & Wanger, S. P. (2008). Remodeling the accreditation of a college of business: A case study of leadership, change management, and organizational culture. Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 19(1), 169-176. Bliss, T. J., & Kutz, M. N. (2008). Collegiate aviation and the community college: A survey of post-September 11 issues. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 32(1), 1-12.
Hawkins, J. (2008). The socially constructed, but scientifically conclusive ‘human genome project’ as presented in biology textbooks. National Social Science Journal, 30(1), 46-52. Buckner, D. & Hawkins, J. (2008). Evaluation of student understanding of the First Amendment through the use of large-scale databases. National Social Science Journal, 33(1), 13-20. Goetze, S. (2008). An analysis of the efficacy of a supplemental reading program for at-risk readers in six first grade classrooms. Balanced Reading Instruction, 15(1).
Book Chapters Fuqua, D. R. & Newman, J. L. (2008). Retirement. In E. Altmaier & B.D. Johnson (Series Eds.) & F.T.L. Leong (Vol. Ed.), Encyclopedia of counseling: Vol. 1. Changes and challenges for counseling in the 21st century. Sage.
Giannangelo, D., Hawkins J., & Lucey, T. (In Press). United States history interpretations of pre-service and in-service teachers. Social Studies Research and Practice.
Newman, J. L. & Fuqua, D. R. (2008). Occupational stress. In E. Altmaier & B.D. Johnson (Series Eds.) & F.T.L. Leong (Vol. Ed.), Encyclopedia of counseling: Vol. 1. Changes and challenges for counseling in the 21st century. Sage.
Hawkins, J. (In Press). Sport stereotypes in the 21st century “brought to you by” media corporations. Journal of Praxis in Multicultural Education.
Kearney, K. S., & Hyle, A. E. (2008). Participant-Generated Visual Data: Drawing Out Emotions. In K. Finson & J. Pederson (Eds.), Drawings as visual data.
McCharen, B. (2008). The success of implementing programs of study in health careers through career clusters and pathways. Career and Technical Education Research, 33(3), 203-215.
Simpson, E. A. and Stansberry, S. L. (2008). Video games and teacher development: Bridging the gap in the classroom. In Christopher T. Miller (Ed.), Games in education. New York: Springer.
Sanders, J. & Moudy, J. (2008). Literature apprentices: Understanding nonfiction text structures with mentor texts. Journal of Children’s Literature, 34(2), 31-40.
Stansberry, S. L. (2008). Using organizational culture to frame discussions of the disciplinary field of school library media. In M. Orey, V.J. McClendon, & R.M. Branch (Eds.), Educational media and technology yearbook: volume 33, 2008. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.
Fang, Z., Lamme, L., Pringle, R., Patrick, J., Sanders, J., Zmach, C., Charbonnet, S., & Henkel, M. (2008). Integrating reading into middle school science: What we did, found, and learned. International Journal of Science Education. 30(15), 2067-2089.
Hoffman, D. & Zhao, G. 2008. Global convergence and divergence in childhood ideologies and the marginalization of children. In K. Biraimah and J. Zajda (Eds.), Education and social inequality in the global culture. Springer Science and Business Media.
Schwarz, G. (2008). Balancing literacies: Using graphic novels for many literacies. Journal of Balanced Reading Instruction, 15(1), 1-10.
Reeder, S. & Utley, J. (2008). Elementary teacher candidates’ understanding of the No Child Left Behind legislation. Teacher Education and Practice, 21(1), 89-102.
Hubbard, T. P., & Gotcher, A. L. (2008). Aviation weather: Planning the ultimate cross country. Norman, OK: Drache Frau Publishing.
Utley, J. (2008). [Review of the book How the brain learns mathematics, by David A. Sousa]. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 14(3), 190.
Hubbard, T. P. (2008). Exploring research methods with an aviation emphasis. Norman, OK: Drache Frau Publishing.
Moseley, C., & Utley, J. (2008). An exploratory study of preservice teachers’ beliefs about the environment. Journal of Environmental Education, 39(4), 15-29.
Hubbard, T. P. (2008). Organizational communication for everyday use. Norman, OK: Drache Frau Publishing.
Utley, J. (2008). [Review of the book Understanding Mathematics and Science Matters, edited by T. A. Romberg, T. P. Carpenter, and F. Dremock]. School Science and Mathematics, 108(2), 86.
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Bae, S. H. & Song, J. H. (2009). Bridging gap between career technical education (CTE) to human resource development (HRD): Integrative and analytical comparison of competencies between CTE and HRD professionals. The Journal of Korean Human Resource Development, 11(2), 69-88.
Journal Articles Ausburn, L.J., & Ausburn, F.B. (2008). New desktop virtual reality technology in technical education. I-Manager’s Journal of Educational Technology, 4(4), 48-61. Ausburn, F.B., & Ausburn, L.J. (2008). Send students anywhere without leav-
Song, J. H. (2008). The key of the organizational performance: A perspective of organizational knowledge creation. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 21(2), 87-102.
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Song, J. H., & Chermack, T. J. (2008) Assessing the psychometric properties of the dimensions of the learning organization questionnaires (DLOQ) in the Korean context, International Journal of Training and Development, 12(2), 87-99. Kolb, J. A., Jin, S. & Song, J. H. (2008). A model of small group facilitator competencies. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 21(2), 119-133. Song, J. H., & Chermack, T. J. (2008). Theoretical approach of organizational knowledge formation process: The integrative concepts of individuals learning modes and learning organization cultures. Human Resource Development Review, 7(4), 424-442. Song, J. H. (2008). The effects of the cultural aspects of the learning organization to the process of human knowledge creation: An empirical research in the Korean context. International Journal of Training and Development 12(4), 265-281. Wang, Q. Y., & Chen, X. (in press). Beginning Readers’ Motivation for Reading: A Cross-Culture Perspective. Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network. Wu, X. Y., Anderson, R. C, Li, W, Wu, X., Shu, H., Li, H., Chen, X., Wang, Q. Y., Yin, L., He, Y. Q., Packard, J., & Gaffney, J. S. (2009). Morphological awareness and Chinese children’s literacy development: An intervention study. Journal of Scientific Studies of Reading, 13(1), 26-52. Worley, V. (2008). Lessons from mother: Simone de Beauvoir’s philosophy of girls’ education, Journal of Philosophy and History of Education, 58.
Book Chapters Brown, P. & Schwarz, G. (2008) Critical media literacy in secondary schools. In J. Flood, S. Brice Heath, & D. Lapp, (Eds. ), The handbook of research on teaching literacy through the communicative and visual arts, (Vol. 2). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Hawkins, J., Kruger, D., & Lucey, T. (2008). Grasping the foundational roots of economic perceptions: Pre-Colonial West Africa and the Bantu. In Kathleen Cooter & Tom Lucey (Eds.), Financial literacy for children and youth (pp. 316-334). Athens, GA: Digitaltextbooks. Goetze, S., Elias, E., & Sosa, J. (2008). Vocabulary instruction: Theory and practice. In C. Dybdahl and B. Walker (Eds.), Supporting struggling readers in classrooms. Norwood, MA: Christopher-Gordon. Parsons, S.C., Mohktari, K., & Yellin, D. (2008). Literature study groups: Literacy learning “with legs” in the middle school. In C. Dybdahl and B. Walker (Eds.), Supporting struggling readers in classrooms. Norwood, MA: Christopher-Gordon. Books Published Wang, H. & Olson, N. (2008). A Journey to Unlearn and Learn in Multicultural Education. With Wang, H. (Eds.). New York: Peter Lang. (In Press.) Wang, Q. Y. (2010). Literacy development in chinese children: A case of prediction, identification, and intervention. VDM: Verlag Dr. Muller. Yellin, D., Blake, M. and DeVries, B. (2008). Integrating the Language Arts, (4th ed.). Scottsdale, AZ: Holcomb/Hathaway Publishers.
Allday, A. & Pakurar, K. (2008). Using visual strategies to improve classroom success of students with Autism. Special Education Perspectives, 17(2), 94-109. Simpson, R. & Allday, A. (2008). PIE-R2: The area of a circle and good behavior management [Article 5]. Teaching Exceptional Children Plus, 4(4). Song, J. H. (2008). The key of the organizational performance: A perspective of organizational knowledge creation. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 21(2), 87-102.
By infusing the arts into classrooms in four Tulsa elementary schools, Project CREATES has impacted hundreds of children.
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Elementary Education student Elisabeth Winter provides reading tutoring at the Randall and Carol White Reading and Math Center in Stillwater.
Educating students to be intellectually and ethically prepared to serve and lead in an increasingly global society. In this Section
4Regents Teaching Award Winner 4Program Highlights 4Outstanding Faculty Study Abroad Award 4Top 10 Seniors & Outstanding Graduate Assistants 4Student Scholarships 2009 College of Education Annual Report
REGENTS TEACHING AWARD FACULTY PROFILE: Suzii Parsons
4 2008-09 Regents Distinguished Teaching Award Winner Suzii Parsons, Associate Professor in the School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership, received the Regents Distinguished Teaching Award in 2009. Dr. Parsons has been a member of the faculty since 1999 and she serves as program coordinator for Literacy Education. She also directs the ExCEL Program, working closely with local schools to facilitate a collaborative partnership among master teachers, principals, and elementary education seniors. In 2004, she received the OSU Outstanding Service-Learning Faculty Member award. Parsons is a member of the Board of Directors for the IRA Children’s Literature Special Interest Group and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Balanced Reading Instruction and the ALAN Review. Parsons’ research focuses on engaging young readers critically and meaningfully with literature and literacy including literature study dialogue, critical and multicultural perspectives, and nonfiction teaching and learning. Parsons holds both a B.S. in Education and a M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction from Baylor University, and a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Arizona State University.
A Growing Program: Elementary Education at OSU-Tulsa Initiated three years ago, the Tulsa wing of the OSU’s elementary education program has taken off strongly, with more than 75 students and growing. OSU-Tulsa’s Elementary Education program has a strong commitment to serving diverse communities and is a dynamic program with frequent field and practicum work. For more information about the elementary education program, please contact: Caroline Beller at (405) 744-8147 or firstname.lastname@example.org Robin Fuxa at (918) 594-8275 or email@example.com.
Sarah Luna will complete a bachelor’s degree in elementary education in May at OSU-Tulsa. The program is experiencing significant growth on the OSU-Tulsa campus.
Occupational Education Program Ranked Among Nation’s Best In 2009, U.S. News and World Report ranked the OSU College of Education’s Occupational Education graduate program among the best in the nation. The publication chose seven university programs to appear on its list of Best Educational School Specialty Rankings in the Technical/Vocational category.
Education Graduates Leading in State’s Teacher Shortage Employment Incentive Program Oklahoma State University prepared more than half of this year’s math and science teachers who received $13,602 after fulfilling requirements of Oklahoma’s Teacher Shortage Employment Incentive Program (TSEIP). “The College of Education prepared me very well for many situations I have faced in my first five years of teaching,” Jill (Ireland) Bloyd, a 2004 math education graduate, and recipient of the incentive check. Students who are interested in participating in this program should contact Dr. Bob Davis (phone: 405.744.6350; email: firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit the web site http://www.okhighered.org/tseip/
Robert B. Kamm Distinguished Lecture in Higher Education On February 4, 2009, the College hosted the 17th annual Robert B. Kamm Distinguished Lecture in Higher Education. Dr. Judith M. Gappa (shown at right) served as the Kamm lecturer, giving a keynote address entitled “Attracting and Retaining Future Faculty: Who They are and What They Seek.” The lecture was the vision of the late Dr. Robert B. Kamm (at left), who served as OSU President from 1966-77.
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2008-2009 Top 10 Seniors
The College of Education Student Affairs Committee annually selects the Top Ten Senior students who have demonstrated exceptional qualities of leadership, academic excellence, and service. These students had completed 90 or more credit hours, at least 24 at OSU, and were eligible to graduate during the academic year.
Front Row (from left): Kayla Spalvieri, Allison Davis, Amanda Swinney and Effie Craven. Back Row: Kacey Gilpin, Coree Edwards, Ashley Boling, Emily Littlejohn, Hannah Keith and Cody Jarboe.
Miami, Okla. Aerospace Administration and Operations/
Stillwater, Okla. Physical Education
Owasso, Okla. Elementary Education
Tulsa, Okla. Secondary Education/English
Davis, Okla. Elementary Education
Pryor, Okla. Athletic Training
Overland Park, Kan.
Leisure Studies/Therapeutic Recreation
Chandler, Okla. Elementary Education
Stillwater, Okla. Health Promotion
2008-09 Outstanding Graduate Assistants
Each of the three schools in the College of Education selects one outstanding graduate assistant who has distinguished himself/herself through teaching and service. School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology Hyeyoung Bang, Doctoral Student, Educational Psychology
School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership Adrienne Redmond, Doctoral Student, Mathematics Education
School of Educational Studies Robert Dionne, Doctoral Student, Applied Educational Studies with Aviation and Space Science specialization
SCHOLARSHIPS The College of Education at Oklahoma State University wishes to recognize and thank the generous donors who made these scholarships possible. A Mrs. Susan Jacques for the Betty Abercrombie Memorial Scholarship Fund for a graduate student pursuing a degree in health and human performance. Eric Conchola B Dr. Ann and Mr. Gene Benson for the Ann and Gene Benson Scholarship for a student majoring in career and technical education. Ryan Burkett
Travis Felderhoff Brett Warfield Mr. Bryan Close for the Bryan Close Transfer Student Scholarship for undergraduate transfer students from the Tulsa area. Kealy Gillespie Cassie Koscheski COE Alumni Association for the COE Alumni Association 21st Century Freshman Scholarship for freshman students in the College of Education. Anthony Biamont COE Alumni Association for the COE Alumni Association 21st Century Graduate Scholarship for graduate students in the College of Education. Amanda Glasgow
Dr. Kenneth Berlin for the Grace, James and Tammy Berlin Scholarship for undergraduate students majoring in secondary mathematics or science education. Bryan Matthews Mary Francis Blair Aviation Scholarship for undergraduates in aviation and space education. Ryota Narawa Drs. Timm & Lisa Bliss for the Bliss Family Aviation Management Scholarship for undergraduate students pursuing an aviation management degree. Amanda Macy Mr. Olin and Mrs. Paula Branstetter for the Paula G. Branstetter Aviation Scholarship for aviation students. Steven Tree Mr. Carl and Mrs. Donna Cartwright for the Ray E. Brown Memorial Scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students majoring in occupational or vocational education. Earlene Washburn
COE Alumni Board past president Rebecca Parrack (right) and scholarship recipient Sara Mata (left).
Mr. Charles Broyles for the Broyles-Willard Family Scholarship for those pursuing a degree in classroom teaching. Kristin Firestone Dr. Jerry and Mrs. Mary Burson for the Jerry and Mary Burson Scholarship awarded to a student majoring in secondary education English. Mallory Moore Gordon Ridings C Dr. Christine Cashel and Mrs. Susan Jacques for the Christine Cashel Professional Scholarship in the leisure studies program. Rebecca Bush
COE Alumni Association for the COE Alumni Association Minority Scholarship for minority students in the College of Education. Sara Mata COE Alumni Association for the COE Alumni Association Centennial Undergraduate Scholarship for undergraduate students in the College of Education. Ashlyn Boswell Mr. Joe Ogle for the COE Associates Scholarship for an undergraduate or graduate student in the College of Education. Amie Allen
Mr. Albert Cox and Mrs. Anita Cox for the Vera Jones Chauncey Memorial Scholarship awarded to students interested in community service. Eva Franklin
Dr. Pamela Fry for the COE Deanâ€™s Academic Excellence Scholarship for students who are National Merit Scholars in the College of Education. Brittney Bierschenk
Mr. Bill Christiansen for the Christiansen Aviation Scholarship for those pursuing a degree as a professional pilot. Peter Alig
Mr. John Collins for the W. Opal Eastep Collins Endowed Scholarship for an undergraduate or graduate student majoring in elementary education. Courtney Van Dyke
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Ms. Katherine Moise for the Valerie Colvin Scholarship for upper-class students majoring in health, physical education or leisure. Cami Marks
G The Thomas Gilcrease Foundation Endowed Scholarship for a Native American aviation major. Stefen French
Dr. Donald Cooper for the Dr. Donald Cooper Athletic Training Scholarship for an undergraduate student committed to the field of athletic training. Erin Campbell Shannon Robertson
H Dr. A. B. and Mrs. Gwen Harrison for the A. B. Harrison Endowed Scholarship for graduate students in health and human performance. Weston Kensinger
Ms. Cathy Jordan for the Patricia Cornforth Scholarship for an undergraduate or graduate student majoring in therapeutic recreation. Amanda Baker
Frank E. and Harriet E. Hedrick Endowed Scholarship for an undergraduate student pursuing a degree in aviation education. Hiroki Eguchi
Mr. George Cumberledge for the Gretchen Lynette Cumberledge Scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students who are members of the Flying Aggies majoring in aviation education. Brandon Hays
Ora A. Henderson Memorial Scholarship for undergraduate students who exhibit strong leadership qualities. Jonathan Hollingsworth
Mr. Charles and Mrs. Karen Cunningham for Mary Marie Cunningham Memorial Scholarship for students majoring in elementary education. Bailee Melby D Ms. Frances Dickman for the Marcia Dickman Endowed Scholarship for graduate students majoring in student affairs. Gregg Stewart Dr. Carl Downing for the Rachel Dotson Endowed Scholarship for those students preparing for a career in teaching. James Short E Mr. Tom and Mrs. Phyllis Stephens and Mr. Raylon Earls for the Lacrisha Diane Stephens Earls Memorial Scholarship in elementary education. Katie Butler The Educational Leadership Faculty for the Educational Leadership Scholarship. Hom Acharya Mr. Richard C. Eriksson for the Alice R. Eriksson Memorial Scholarship for undergraduate students majoring in elementary education. Melissa Korner Melissa Laurent Laura Oâ€™Neil Kylie Radka Melinda Reeves Deanna Westberry Lauren White Mr. Stan Clark for the Eskimo Joeâ€™s Future Teacher Endowed Scholarship. Krista Ellis Charles A. Esslinger Outdoor Recreation Fund for a graduate student pursuing a degree in outdoor recreation. Kevin Fink F Dr. Mary Frye for the Drs. Mary and Moses Frye Endowed Scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students in the College of Education. Jayne Harris
Mrs. Lola Lehman for the Daniel C. and Mary L. Herd Memorial Scholarship for undergraduates in elementary education. Keylie Panter Amanda Bentley Ms. Helen Lebar for the Andrew J. Holley Memorial Scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students who show high scholarly promise. Krista Webster Mr. and Mrs. James Herring for the Jo Horner Endowed Scholarship in secondary education. Jonathan Brown J Mrs. Cathy Jameson for the Jameson Family Endowed Scholarship for undergraduates who plan to devote their lives to the teaching profession. Brette Owen Mrs. Arlene Starwalt-Jeskey for the Arlene S. Jeskey Scholarship for a math education or math major pursuing certification in teacher education. Madeline Sokolosky Mr. Kirk and Mrs. Jan Jewell for the Jan Jewell Endowed Scholarship in the area of special education and/or counseling. Carrie Allday Helen M. Jones Scholarship for graduate students pursuing a degree in curriculum studies or secondary education. Kerri Bury Danielle Jackson Mrs. Wanda Jordan Dunn for the Henry S. and Wanda Jordan Family Scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students majoring in leisure studies. Duain Cook Drs. Jerry and Pat Jordan for the Martha Jordan Scholarship for an undergraduate student in therapeutic recreation. Gwyneth Emigh Mrs. Edna Jungers for the Richard and Edna Jungers Endowed Scholarship for graduate students pursuing careers in school administration. Shonday Harmon
K Ms. Susan Kamm for the Robert B. and Maxine Kamm Distinguished Graduate Award for doctoral students in higher education. Stephanie Beauchamp
James H. McMaster Memorial Scholarship for an undergraduate aviation student who is a member of the Flying Aggies. Sarah Taylor Ms. Mary Moonier for the Colleen and George McMullen Endowed Scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students in the College of Education. Katie Butler
Mrs. Peggy King for the Kenneth L. and Peggy King Scholarship for undergraduate students in the College of Education. Kendra League
Dr. Ted Mills for the Terence J. Mills Environmental Education Scholarship for an undergraduate student majoring in environmental education. Diane Hassell
Ms. Nancy L. Moyer for the Kinkead Family Endowed Scholarship for graduate or undergraduates in the College of Education. Leah McLaughlin
Mrs. Pamela Reding for the Paul A. Montemuro Scholarship for undergraduate students majoring in instrumental music education. Randi Dudley
Mr. Robert and Dr. Pat Knaub for the Robert and Patricia Knaub Endowed Scholarship for undergraduate students majoring in elementary or secondary education. Terra Beaver
Dr. Jane Morgan-Bost for the Clayton A. Morgan Excellence Scholarship for a graduate student in education counseling demonstrating great faith in the human potential. George Hedrick
Mr. Richard and Mrs. Lawana Kunze for the Lawana Kunze Scholarship for graduate students majoring in education administration. Kari Dyer
Mr. Frank and Mrs. Carol Morsani for the Frank and Carol Morsani Endowed Scholarship for students in any discipline within the College of Education. Stephanie Backof Corinna Redard
L Mr. Myron Ledbetter for the Myron C. Ledbetter Diversity Scholarship for graduate students in the counseling psychology program with a commitment to encourage diversity in all settings. Robin Hudson
Dr. Richard and Mrs. Mary Mosier, Mr. Doug Mosier, Mr. Richard and Mrs. Teresa Mosier, Dr. Gregory and Mrs. Deborah Mosier, and Dr. Jerrilee Mosier for the Richard Mosier Leadership in Higher Education Scholarship for graduate students in higher education administration. Melissa Hamby
Mr. John and Mrs. Caroline Linehan for the John & Caroline Linehan Endowed Scholarship for undergraduate students in the College of Education. Brette Owen Tyler Short
Mrs. Marge Munson for the Leon L. Munson Memorial Scholarship for undergraduate students majoring in secondary English education. Alyson Reese
Mrs. Wilburta Locke for the Locke, Wright, Foster and Cross Graduate Scholarship. Johanna Woodard
N Col. Glen and Mrs. Maureen Nemecek for the Colonel Glen Nemecek Scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students in aviation education. Daniel Gilliland
Mr. Hal and Mrs. Jean Long for the Jean and Hal Long Scholarship in Elementary Education for undergraduate students. Sarah Cowan Mr. Jerry Looper for the Lura Schoenleber Looper Memorial Scholarship for undergraduate students in elementary education. Hannah Denker Drs. Brian and Ann Candler Lotven for the Lotven Family Endowed Scholarship for graduate students in any discipline within the College of Education. Megan Purdum Ms. Carolyn Luinstra for the Brian Luinstra Memorial Scholarship Fund in Athletic Training for students in the athletic training program. Brittany Klaus Seongwon Choi M Dr. Pamela Fry for the Joe E. Martin Scholarship awarded to a graduate student in educational administration. Johanna Woodard
O Dr. Audrey Eleanor Oaks for the Mable Marietta MaceyOaks Endowed Memorial Art Education Scholarship for undergraduates in art education. Brandi Finney Oklahoma State Teacher of the Year Organization for the Oklahoma State Teacher of the Year Scholarship for students with academic excellence and leadership. Jacqueline Turner P Mr. David and Mrs. Rebecca Parrack for the Doyle Parrack Endowed Scholarship for students pursuing a degree which will advance the studentâ€™s career goal of becoming a coach. Justin Hixon The James Leonard Prince Memorial Scholarship for doctoral students in any discipline. Nina Ellis-Hervey
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R Mr. Tom Reitmeier for the Georgan Wallace Reitmeier Endowed Scholarship for students majoring in secondary education. Kristen Blundell Dr. Grant Rezabek for the Frankie Bohanon Rezabek Endowed Scholarship for undergraduate students majoring in science education. Jonathan Brown S Dr. Kenneth and Mrs. Jan St. Clair for the J. Kenneth St. Clair Scholarship for graduate students in education administration. Johanna Woodard Ms. Donna Schwarz for the Donna Schwarz Scholarship for a student pursuing a degree in elementary or secondary education. Sarah Machado Dr. Wendell and Mrs. Connie Sharpton for the Wendell Sharpton Family Scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students in elementary or secondary education who plan to teach in public schools. Melinda Reeves Mr. Philip and Mrs. Madeline Shriver for the Madeline D. Shriver Endowed Scholarship for undergraduate students majoring in secondary English education. Jacqueline Turner Mr. Stephen and Mrs. Rebecca Smith for the Stephen and Rebecca Smith Scholarship in the area of secondary education. Jonathan Brown Mrs. Betty J. Smith for the Thomas J. Smith Endowed Scholarship for graduate students pursuing a career in school administration through the Educational Leadership Program. Zhanna Shatrova Dr. Helmer and Mrs. Frances Sorenson for the Helmer and Frances Sorenson Endowed Scholarship in Educational Leadership for doctoral students in school leadership. Zhanna Shatrova Dr. Thomas Stone for the Lana B. Stone Diversity Scholarship for graduate students in counseling psychology. Meladee Garst Mr. Bill and Mrs. Toni Stone for the Toni and Bill Stone Endowed Scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students with the intention of teaching. Olivia Smith The Mildred Hurst Sumpter Endowed Scholarship for graduate students in library media. Leslie Bell Diane Gordon Laura Roush Kristy Seymour Mr. Eddie Sutton for the Eddie Sutton Endowed Scholarship for undergraduate students pursuing a degree in teaching. Allison Craig Kristen Crittenden Stony Fath
Kaitlin Hamilton Jonathan Hollingsworth Cami Marks Courtney Mudd Colin Peck Drew Reese Shanna Skimbo T Mr. Archie Trammell for the Jane Trammell Aviation Scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students in aviation education program with a pilotâ€™s license. Zachary Countryman U The John Ulrich Memorial Scholarship for graduate and undergraduate students majoring in either elementary/secondary education or aviation. Kayla Spalvieri W Mr. Kenneth and Mrs. Myr-Lou Rollins Wade for the Myr-Lou Rollins Wade Endowed Scholarship for an undergraduate physical education major emphasizing creative rhythms and movement. Cami Marks Ms. Carolyn Wagner-Bark for the Amy Louise Wagner Scholarship for undergraduates in elementary education who plan to teach in the primary grades. Eva Franklin Dr. Gene Waits for the Gene Waits Endowed Scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students in the College of Education. Jacqueline Turner Mr. Chuck and Mrs. Kim Watson for the Kim R. Watson Presidentâ€™s Distinguished Scholarship. Austin Rich Mr. Chuck and Mrs. Kim Watson for the Kim R. Watson Scholarship in Education for undergraduate students majoring in elementary education. Megan Stewart Jennie Hogan Mrs. Mary Wheeler for the Mary Echo Wheeler Scholarship for undergraduate students majoring in elementary education. Caitlin Rogers Dr. Kenneth and Mrs. Margaret Wiggins for the Kenneth and Margaret Wiggins Aviation Scholarship for senior students in aviation education. Peter Alig Mr. Roger and Mrs. Geraldine Wiggins for the Lloyd L. Wiggins Scholarship for graduate students in occupational or adult education. Gary Dotterer Joyce Wood for the Pauline Winter Endowed Professional Scholarship for undergraduate students in leisure studies and health and human performance. Shanna Skimbo Lauren Hard
SERVICE & OUTREACH Assistant Professor Lincoln Gibbs volunteers at the 2009 International Fair, an event that offers elementary age children the chance to experience cultures from around the world.
Engaging others through advocacy and service to improve the quality of life in Oklahoma and beyond. In this Section
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Education Outreach Courses:
(Spring 2009 - Summer 2009 - Fall 2009)
Credit Course Information Distance Learning Off-campus
International Fair More than 400 area fourth grade children attended the fifth annual International Fair in 2009. The program, which was funded through a grant from the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Educationâ€™s Minority Teacher Recruitment Center, offered children a chance to experience the culture of countries from around the world. International student presenters taught students about their culture through hands-on activities.
Math Camp During the summer of 2009, Education Outreach hosted a math camp for children who had completed grades four through seven. The camp was designed to improve campersâ€™ abilities to think algebraically through searching for patterns and relationships, mathematical modeling and exploring the multiple represenations of functions.
Play Golf America - University Education Outreach continued to offer Play Golf America - University (formerly Golf: For Business and Life). The course is offered each semester to helpi students learn and improve golf skills and find ways to use golf in the professional world. The course is made possible through contributions from OSU alumni and Ryder Cup team members Scott Verplank and Hunter Mahan.
4 Since 2007, more than 160 students, faculty and staff have completed the course.
# of Students Enrolled 2,256 610
Walker Completes Successful Term as International Reading Association President
National Journal Editors, National/International Officers & National/International Board Members
Barbara Walker, Profes-
sor in the School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership, culminated 30 years of involvement with the International Reading Association (IRA) by serving as president for 200809. More than 70,000 members strong, the Association supports literacy professionals through a wide range of resources, advocacy efforts, volunteerism, and professional development activities. Walker counts planning and holding the IRA World Congress in Costa Rica as her favorite part of the experience.
Annual Morsani Staff Award The College of Education Frank and Carol Morsani Outstanding Staff Award has been given since 1998 in honor of Frank and Carol Morsani, of Tampa, Fla. Frank Morsani, formerly of Ramona, Okla., earned his bachelor’s degree in trade and industrial education in 1957, and his wife, the former Carol Walsh of Tulsa, also is an OSU alum. The Morsanis built Precision Enterprises Tampa, Inc., a trusted automobile empire consisting of 25 dealerships around the country.
Kathryn Castle Governing Board, Association for Constructivist Teaching Board, National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators Gary Conti Editor, The Journal of Adult Education, 2007-present. Pamela Fry Board of Directors, American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education Dale Fuqua Consulting Editor, Journal of Educational Research Consulting Editor, Consulting Psychology Journal President, Society of Consulting Psychology, American Psychological Association Todd Hubbard Consulting Editor and Research Advisor, International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Professional Aviation Training & Testing Research Pat Jordan President, Research Council for Mathematics Learning Mary Jo Self President, National Association of Industrial Technical Teacher Educators Julie Thomas Executive Co-director, School Science and Mathematics Association, 2006 – 2011 Barbara Walker President, International Reading Association, 2008-09 Belinda McCharen Board Chair, National Occupational Competency Institute (NOCTI)
Each year, a committee of representatives from the faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students from the College selects an outstanding staff member to receive the award. Marta Kochenower, administrative assistant in the School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology, was the recipient of the College of Education’s annual Frank and Carol Morsani Outstanding Staff Award.
Frank and Carol Morsani congratulate Marta Kochenower on receiving the College of Education Morsani Staff Award.
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International Student Teaching Opportunities Since the program’s inception in 2003, more than 100 students have completed student teaching internships abroad, in either Costa Rica or England, including 14 teacher candidates in 2009. The opportunity is available for elementary, secondary or K-12 teacher candidates. COE students must apply for the opportunity and go through a selective interview process. The international program is similar in length and structure to what a student completing a student teaching internship in the U.S. experiences. Students are paired with cooperating teachers who are certified and recommended by their principals. The international option is aimed at broadening candidates’ perspectives on education to include local, national and global views.
“The mentor teachers are amazing. Most are certified in several areas and are passionate about what they do. I would definitely recommend student teaching abroad. Going into it, I didn’t know any of the other OSU students, but I was able to make lifelong friendships.”
Emily Gorman, 2009 graduate
England student teachers Brandi Joice, Emily Gorman and Caroline Hicks enjoyed a trip to Holland.
STUDY ABROAD AWARD FACULTY PROFILE: Nadine Olson
4 2009 OSU Outstanding Faculty Study Abroad Leader Nadine Olson, Associate Professor of foreign language education in the School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership, received the 2009 Outstanding Faculty Study Abroad Leader Award from the OSU Outreach Council and the Department of Campus Life. She directs international clinical practice experiences offered through the School’s Committee for International Internships, and oversees student internships in Costa Rica. She directs the College’s annual International Fair: A Multicultural Exploration for Kids, funded by the Minority Teacher Recruitment Center of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Olson has been a member of the OSU faculty since 1989. She received the Lowell Dunham Award for Excellence in Language Teaching from the Oklahoma Foreign Language Teachers Association in 2000. She is a member of the NCATE Board of Program Reviewers and a member of the OCTP Program Review Advisory Board. Her research interest areas include Spanish language and culture, cross-cultural experiences, second language acquisition, foreign language pedagogy, and the professional education of pre-service teachers. Olson earned her Master of Arts in Spanish from the University of Northern Iowa and her Ph.D. in Romance Languages from the University of Georgia. 24
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Members of the College of Educationâ€™s Dream Team give of their time and resources to support the College, its students, faculty and staff. (See more on page 26)
Uniting donor and University passions and priorities to achieve excellence.
In this Section
4College of Education Dream Team 4Scholarship Impact 4Recent Gifts & Why I Give 4Alumni Awards 4Alumni Board and Alumni Profile 4Annual Giving 2009 College of Education Annual Report
The Dream Team
This is the College of Education’s development team that gives generously of its resources and time to support the College, its students, faculty and staff. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Dream Team, please contact Brenda Solomon: email@example.com or (405) 385-5156.
College of Education Dream Team
Co-Chairs Bill and Karen Anderson Jerry and Mary Burson Caroline Linehan
John and Donnie Brock Ann and Tom Dugger Judy Graham Cathy Jameson Jan Jewell Frank and Carol Morsani Joe and Judy Ogle Suzanne Spradling Bill and Toni Stone Bill and Cat Thompson Kim Watson Randall and Carol White Suzanne Wiese
Scholarship Impact Amanda Baker
“My professors encouraged me to push for a scholarship and I was honored and affirmed to receive the Patricia Cornforth scholarship. As a single mom working hard to pursue my degree, the financial support has been invaluable. At OSU, I learned so much and feel like I found my calling (to work in therapeutic recreation).”
“This aid means so much to me. I want to truly impact the lives of others and be a mentor to the students I teach. A few weeks before I moved to Stillwater, my stepfather was forced to retire from his job because of health troubles. With my mother earning income for the family, I was worried about how the family I was leaving at home would be able to financially afford the costs of everyday expenses, let alone the cost of my education. The thing that eventually reassured me was the receipt of financial aid.”
Dean Pamela Fry congratulates Amanda Baker as she receives the Patricia Cornforth scholarship.
Associate Dean Bob Davis presents Anthony Biamont with an Alumni Association Scholarship.
Leisure Studies/Therapeutic Recreation graduate Patricia Cornforth Scholarship Recipient
Secondary Education - Mathematics COE Alumni Association Freshman Scholarship
Why I Give . . . Recently, the College has received a number of scholarship gifts. Donors shared what compels them to give to OSU and the College of Education: John and Caroline Linehan of Stillwater, pledged $100,000 over the next five years to support their current scholarship in education and establish a new scholarship in business.
“By financially supporting Oklahoma State University and the College of Education, we make a difference in the preparation of current and future educators, which in turn, supports the quality of education in our schools.” Caroline and John Linehan
Dr. Jerry Burson, a 2004 College of Education Hall of Fame inductee, and his wife Mary have provided a gift of $25,000 to complete a $100,000 endowment of their aviation and secondary education-English scholarships.
Mary and Jerry Burson
“We believe that teachers at all levels have a very significant influence on people’s lives and on society.” Kristin (Harry) Vermillion, a two-time OSU College of Education graduate, chose to honor three family members through a planned gift to the College of Education from her estate. The scholarship, which will support a future teacher, is to be named in memory of her parents Robert and Francille Harry and husband Jon Vermillion.
Robert Harry and Kristin Vermillion
“My education at OSU allowed me to have a career in the wonderful world of teaching. The success in my life was a result of faith in God, my family’s encouragement, and my experience at OSU; I feel very blessed.” William R. and Billie D. Buckles of Alva provided a gift of $50,000 gift to endow a scholarship to assist students from northwest Oklahoma in becoming teachers.
“We truly value education and know that it is one of the most important things we can provide to young people.” Billie and Bill Buckles
Randall and Carol White of Bixby pledged $50,000 toward establishing a new scholarship in Reading and Literacy education.
Carol and Randall White
“We share a passion for education and have a tremendous sense of pride to be a part of this transformational period at Oklahoma State University. We have witnessed amazing changes at our University and we feel blessed we can be a part of impacting its future.”
2009 College of Education Annual Report
ALUMNI AWARDS Hall of Fame Induction into the Oklahoma State University College of Education Hall of Fame is the highest honor bestowed by the College. Inductees are chosen by a committee of representatives of the College’s Alumni Association, Associates, students, faculty and administration.
Toni Stone, Lois Belden, Sherry Morgan and Cathy Jameson at the 2009 Hall of Fame induction. Stone, Morgan and Jameson are College of Education alumni who joined the Hall of Fame. Mrs. Belden accepted the award on behalf of her late husband, reading professor Bernard Belden, who was inducted posthumously.
Rising Star The Rising Star Award annually recognizes young alumni whose lives and achievements demonstrate promise of future leadership and bring distinction to the College. In 2009, Kristy VanDorn was honored as the Rising Star. VanDorn, a middle school science teacher in the Edmond Deer Creek School District, was one of 10 finalists for Oklahoma’s Teacher of the Year in 2009. VanDorn is a two-time College of Education graduate with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s in natural and applied sciences. “Kristy is a master educator. She goes above and beyond each day inside and outside of the classroom. She has a great rapport with her students. The students in her class feel comfortable and safe to experiment and dive into the learning process in science. Her ability to connect with students and her talent of teaching simple or complex concepts is superior.” Tracy Skinner, Deer Creek Middle School Principal
Impacting Teacher Education Across the State
The College of Education Alumni Board’s primary objective is to foster cooperation and communication among all alumni of the College of
Director, Teacher Education and Minority Teacher Recruitment, Okla. State Regents for Higher Education
Education by promoting activities that
Lisa Holder is currently the Director of
advance the educational aims of the
Teacher Education and the Minority Teach-
College of Education. Current members of the Alumni Board are:
er Recruitment Center at the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. Before joining the Regents in August 2008,
Lisa served as an Associate Professor and
Susan States (Hennessey, Okla.)
the Director of Teacher Education at North-
Prior to her service there, Holder worked at
Beth Ann White (Lancaster, Calif.) Treasurer Martha Hadsall (Anthony, Kan.)
Board Members Karen Anderson (Holdenville, Okla.)
western Oklahoma State University in Alva. Northwest Technology Center as a basic skills instructor and also taught language arts at Alva High School. Holder received her bachelor’s degree in education (language arts emphasis) and master’s in education from Northwestern Oklahoma State University. She completed her Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Oklahoma State University in 2004.
Lisa Bliss (Stillwater, Okla.) Jo Campbell (Stillwater, Okla.) Greg Graffman (Kingman, Kan.) Maribeth Dean (Tulsa, Okla.) Marsha Gore (Shawnee, Okla.) Christopher Nerio (Tulsa, Okla.) Rebecca Parrack (Tulsa, Okla.) Pam O’Halloran-Blevins (Tulsa, Okla.) Lynn Peacher (Tulsa, Okla.) Patty Ramsey (Hurst, Texas) Brad Robison (Oklahoma City) Rick Rogers (Stillwater, Okla.)
Members of the COE Alumni Board, from left include Karen Anderson, Marsha Gore, Rick Rogers, Martha Hadsall, Susan States, Greg Graffman, Rebecca Parrack, Beth White and Ann Waughtal.
Robin Schott (Stillwater, Okla.) Susan States (Hennessey, Okla.) Sabra Tucker (Shawnee, Okla.) Ann Waughtal (Stillwater, Okla.) Suzanne Wiese (Stillwater, Okla.)
4 College of Education Alumni Board If you would like to learn more about the College of Education Alumni Board or have an interest in serving on the board, please contact Christy Lang in the College of Education at (405) 744-8320 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2009 College of Education Annual Report
Thank You . . . Annual Giving Fiscal Year, 2008-09
$10,000 and up Bernard Osher Foundation Mary L. Burson Burson Rev Trust Community Fndn of Abilene/ Tucker & Gina Bridwell Myron C. Ledbetter Robert D. Lemon PGA Watson Family Foundation
$5,000 to $9,999 Tucker S. Bridwell Bryan B. Close Eskimo Joeâ€™s Clothes Inc Georgia Ina Dresser Testamentary Trust Lola H. Lehman Robert B Kamm 2004 Revocable Trust Betty J. Smith
$1,000 to $4,999 Barthelmes Conservatory Inc. Ann M. Benson Gene Benson Boeing Company Mary Ann Briggs Mark A. Bundy Gerald E. Burson Christiansen Aviation Inc. Donald L. Cooper William A. Dingman Drache Frau Publishing Annie S. Elsberry Pamela G. Fry George H. Hodges Jr Trust Marjorie T. Groom James C. Herring Harold R. Hosey Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Joel C Pitts 1991 Living Trust Jerry J. Jordan A. Dan Kahler Rodney K. Leird John C. Linehan Marjorie T Groom Revocable Trust Katherine T. McCollom Sherry R. Morgan Stanley G. Moseley
OSU Foundation Charitable Legacy Fund/Parrack George A. Rowley Joe C. Sorenson Kenneth Stern William L. Stone Peggy L. Sullivan Tulsa Community Fndn/Gay & Lesbian Fund for Tulsa Wal-Mart Foundation Suzanne M. Wiese William R & Billie Dean Buckles Foundation
$500 to $999 John G. Allen Robert L. Baker Lois L. Belden Margaret M. Brown Patricia Chapin Cynthia A. Cope Elizabeth Edwards Larry Farmer Fields Family Farms Dale R. Fuqua Alice M. Gehrke Kevin A. Gerfen H. J. Green Twylah Horne Jill R. Hough Mark D. Looper John H. Masters Cecil G. Miskel Omicron Tau Theta/Phi Chapter Katye M. Perry Randell P Morgan Trust Frances Sorenson Barbara J. Walker
$1 to $499 Bonnie H. Alexander Karen Anderson Linda M. Anderson Virginia L. Anderson Cathy Andrew Michael R. Archer Andrea J. Arnhold Joseph C. Arnold Marty R. Aubert Judith F. Bagby Victor E. Bailey Mary L. Baker Clifford Bale Oteka L. Ball Rhoda G. Barnett
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