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Structural Equation Modeling To Evaluate College Students’ Burnout With Optimism And Stress As Predictors, Luis Miguel Grilo Nov 2022

Structural Equation Modeling To Evaluate College Students’ Burnout With Optimism And Stress As Predictors, Luis Miguel Grilo

Annual Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology Education and Research

No abstract provided.


Resiliency Storyboard: Thought Cycle Of Anxiety, Eli Tanenbaum, Jennifer Schmidt, Amanda Paskavitz, Andrew Demko, Justin Bennie, Christelle Wharram Apr 2022

Resiliency Storyboard: Thought Cycle Of Anxiety, Eli Tanenbaum, Jennifer Schmidt, Amanda Paskavitz, Andrew Demko, Justin Bennie, Christelle Wharram

Patient Education Projects

No abstract provided.


Lead With Your Heart, So You Don't Lose Your Mind, Larry S. Tomiyama Mar 2022

Lead With Your Heart, So You Don't Lose Your Mind, Larry S. Tomiyama

National Youth Advocacy and Resilience Conference

Using our trauma-based model I have witnessed minor and major miracles happen with students. Come hear my heart wrenching and/ many times hilarious stories I had the privilege of experiencing. Using brain based research to reinforce conclusions and recommended strategies my message reminds people why we chose to be teachers.


Applying An Asiancrit Lens On Chinese International Students: History, Intersections, And Asianization During Covid-19, Lorine Erika Saito, Jiangfeng Li Mar 2022

Applying An Asiancrit Lens On Chinese International Students: History, Intersections, And Asianization During Covid-19, Lorine Erika Saito, Jiangfeng Li

All Faculty Open Access Publications

This theoretical paper explores how Chinese international students (CISs) in the US are situated through an AsianCrit lens during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stemming from Critical Race Theory, AsianCrit addresses the varying historical underpinnings of racism against Asian American communities, which the authors would like to expand into Chinese sojourner populations. Anti-Chinese sentiment is evident in US history through the prohibition of Chinese immigration and violation of civil rights dating back to well over a century. The framework seeks to challenge normative research on CISs that is largely understood through experiences in international education or mental health services. Key areas of …


The Four Seasons Of Collaboration: Managing A Multi-Campus Oer Effort, Carrie Lewis Miller Feb 2022

The Four Seasons Of Collaboration: Managing A Multi-Campus Oer Effort, Carrie Lewis Miller

IT Solutions Publications

This session will showcase a grant-funded multi-campus collaboration effort to provide OER professional development to faculty on four university campuses. An outline of the program, tools used to facilitate the administration of the program, outcomes, and lessons learned will be discussed. Recommendations for managing a multi-campus program will also be provided.


The Roles Of Set Size And Nonexample Type On Concept Formation, Catherine L. Williams, Claire C. St. Peter, Madeleine J. Murphy Jan 2022

The Roles Of Set Size And Nonexample Type On Concept Formation, Catherine L. Williams, Claire C. St. Peter, Madeleine J. Murphy

Graduate Student Scholarship

Concept formation is demonstrated when a learner responds when new examples are presented (i.e., generalization) but not when new nonexamples are presented (i.e., discrimination). Gradually increasing the number of examples and nonexamples taught together (i.e., set-size expansion) promotes concept formation with nonhumans. Although set size impacts speed of acquisition with humans, concept formation has not been evaluated. Therefore, the primary purpose of the current study was to compare acquisition and concept formation during two procedures: set-size expansion and single set-size. College students were taught two biological concepts, one using set-size expansion and the other with the full …


Quantitatively Comparing Elite Formation Over A Century: Ministers And Judges, John Hogan Jan 2022

Quantitatively Comparing Elite Formation Over A Century: Ministers And Judges, John Hogan

Datasets

The abstract of the draft article that the datasets come from states:

In democratic societies the role of the education system is seen as crucially important to their development. It is critical in structuring society and in the value of its human and social capital. In particular, the role played by the education system in the creation and reproduction of the governing elites, and its countervailing potential to create a more meritocratic and egalitarian society has been an enduring topic of concern, research and debate. However, many of these debates have been rendered opaque by an inability to quantitatively examine, …


Information Literacy Data Group 1 And 2, Taralyn Mcmullan, Clista Clanton, Jo Ann Otts, Wilma Powell Stuart, Angela Rand Jan 2022

Information Literacy Data Group 1 And 2, Taralyn Mcmullan, Clista Clanton, Jo Ann Otts, Wilma Powell Stuart, Angela Rand

University Research Data and Datasets

Objective: This exploratory study examined perceived self-efficacy in information literacy skills in nursing students and discusses how collaborative relationships between nursing faculty and librarians can strengthen curricular efforts to support information literacy.

Methods: Using the Information Competency Assessment Instrument, a survey research design was used to determine student perceptions of their information literacy skills. Participants included nursing Baccalaureate, Master's and Doctoral students in each of these programs.

Results: The Information Competency Assessment Instrument identified low self-efficacy in the following categories: using an index, determining information needed for assignments, use of governmental documents, media sources, producers of information and citing sources. …


Dataset For "Possible Causes Of Leaks In The Transfer Pipeline: Student Views At The 19 Colleges Of The City University Of New York", Alexandra Logue, Yoshiko Oka, David Wutchiett, Kerstin Gentsch, Stephanie Abbeyquaye Jan 2022

Dataset For "Possible Causes Of Leaks In The Transfer Pipeline: Student Views At The 19 Colleges Of The City University Of New York", Alexandra Logue, Yoshiko Oka, David Wutchiett, Kerstin Gentsch, Stephanie Abbeyquaye

Publications and Research

Article link: "Possible Causes of Leaks in the Transfer Pipeline: Student Views at the 19 Colleges of The City University of New York," https://doi.org/10.1177%2F15210251221117276


Dataset On Student Experiences And Perceptions Of Emergency Remote Teaching (Ert) In An Irish University, Gearóid Ó' Súilleabháin, Tom Farrelly, Seán Lacey Dec 2021

Dataset On Student Experiences And Perceptions Of Emergency Remote Teaching (Ert) In An Irish University, Gearóid Ó' Súilleabháin, Tom Farrelly, Seán Lacey

Open Research @ MTU

No abstract provided.


Commencement Celebrations Like No Other, University Marketing And Communications, Salma Ghanem Apr 2021

Commencement Celebrations Like No Other, University Marketing And Communications, Salma Ghanem

DePaul Download

The COVID-19 pandemic affected nearly every aspect of the collegiate experience – including commencement. DePaul wanted to ensure the Class of 2021 had the opportunity to participate in the time-honored tradition – even if it looked different than a typical year. So, the university planned Graduation Celebration, a 10-day outdoor, interactive commencement experience. DePaul’s interim provost, Salma Ghanem, shares more about all of the university’s commencement plans for the Class of 2021.


Lack Of Motivation In High School Students: Reach Curriculum, Alexandra L. Nickolauson Apr 2021

Lack Of Motivation In High School Students: Reach Curriculum, Alexandra L. Nickolauson

Dissertations, Theses, and Projects

The lack of motivation in high schoolers has increased in the last ten years. This literature review will explore the reasons for lack of motivation in high school students, and if school belonging, teacher enthusiasm, parent involvement, and holding students accountable contribute to motivation or if lack of those factors leads to more dropouts. The purpose of this literature review is to show why high school students have a lack of motivation and what can be done. The articles researched were focused on qualitative research. There were six major finds for lack of motivation: fear of failure, incuriosity, lack of …


“Time For Me To Come Home” Says Pacific’S Inaugural Vpdei, University Of The Pacific, Mary J. Lomax-Ghirarduzzi Apr 2021

“Time For Me To Come Home” Says Pacific’S Inaugural Vpdei, University Of The Pacific, Mary J. Lomax-Ghirarduzzi

Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Webinar Recordings and Conversations

The University Committee for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, in partnership with President Christopher Callahan, presents this series of dialogues designed to offer students an enriched co-curricular experience via participating in dialogues with influential citizen leaders from across the country. The dialogues address the social, cultural and structural inequities in our society and help educate, engage and empower individuals to become transformative leaders in the fight for social justice.


Project Leadership, Ellie Russell, Paul Pechos Apr 2021

Project Leadership, Ellie Russell, Paul Pechos

Honors Expanded Learning Clubs

This club lesson plan is designed for middle schoolers to increase their leadership abilities through games relating to communication, cooperation, service, and leadership styles.


Depaul’S College Of Science And Health Meets The Demand For Growth In Stem, University Marketing And Communications, Stephanie Dance-Barnes Mar 2021

Depaul’S College Of Science And Health Meets The Demand For Growth In Stem, University Marketing And Communications, Stephanie Dance-Barnes

DePaul Download

In a year that included the COVID-19 pandemic and protests for racial justice, DePaul’s College of Science and Health stayed busy as faculty and staff chipped in to make a difference by donating PPE equipment, publishing research to shape the conversation around the virus, and creating guidance on how to build an antiracist lab. As the college begins celebrating its 10th anniversary, Dean Stephanie Dance-Barnes joins DePaul Download to discuss the college’s past, present and future.


Timss 2019 Australian Year 4 And Year 8 Data [Sas & Spss], Sue Thomson, Nicole Wernert, Sima Rodrigues, Elizabeth O'Grady Mar 2021

Timss 2019 Australian Year 4 And Year 8 Data [Sas & Spss], Sue Thomson, Nicole Wernert, Sima Rodrigues, Elizabeth O'Grady

TIMSS 2019

This is a data source for the report TIMSS 2019 Australia. Volume I: Student performance. This dataset is available for download as a zipped file https://research.acer.edu.au/context/timss_2019/article/1002/type/native/viewcontent.


Systemic Inequalities In The Brazilian Education System: By Chance Or By Choice?, Erin Marmen Mar 2021

Systemic Inequalities In The Brazilian Education System: By Chance Or By Choice?, Erin Marmen

Honors Theses

Systemic inequalities in the Brazil date back to the Colonial Era (1500 to 1822). One of the primary institutions which reflects these inequalities in Brazil is the education system. It is the objective of this thesis to analyze factors that impact educational attainment throughout Brazil with a focus on class, ethnicity, gender, and geographic location. First I provide in depth descriptions of the education system in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Sul, Amazonas, and Bahia, and discuss the problems they face. These five states all have distinct populations, and as a result distinct education systems and sets …


On With The Show: Performing Arts In The Age Of Covid 19, University Marketing And Communications, Maricruz Menchero Feb 2021

On With The Show: Performing Arts In The Age Of Covid 19, University Marketing And Communications, Maricruz Menchero

DePaul Download

Last spring at the start of the pandemic, The Theatre School transitioned Shakespeare’s dark comedy, Measure for Measure, from a live in-studio play to a radio show. 2020 MFA graduate Maricruz Menchero talks about the experience, the radio show’s unexpected benefits and explains how her coursework introduced her to new skillsets for life after graduation.


The Importance Of Black Love In Romance Novels, University Marketing And Communications, Julie Moody-Freeman Feb 2021

The Importance Of Black Love In Romance Novels, University Marketing And Communications, Julie Moody-Freeman

DePaul Download

For Julie Moody-Freeman, reading Black romance novels isn’t a guilty pleasure - it’s an area of study. Moody-Freeman is the director of DePaul's Center for Black Diaspora and a faculty member in the African and Black Diaspora Studies Department. On this episode, she discusses the history and importance of Black love in romance novels, which inspires her work as the host of The Black Romance Podcast. She also reflects on her conversations with Black romance writers, editors and scholars and the importance of their oral histories.


Teaching Through Tough Times, University Marketing And Communications, Donna Kiel Jan 2021

Teaching Through Tough Times, University Marketing And Communications, Donna Kiel

DePaul Download

With the COVID-19 pandemic, political unrest and long-needed reckonings on race, 2020 presented many challenges for teachers and principals. To help educators, students and parents during these times, Donna Kiel, director of DePaul’s Office of Innovative Professional Learning and a College of Education professor, joins the podcast to outline DePaul’s programs and efforts that helped local teachers and principals transition to remote learning. She also shares strategies on how to be an anti-racist educator and ways to help students become more resilient during tough times.


Accessibility: Disabilities Treasure Hunt, Devorah Kletenik Jan 2021

Accessibility: Disabilities Treasure Hunt, Devorah Kletenik

Open Educational Resources

This is a treasure hunt game that simulates various disabilities and gives a sense of how frustrating non-accessible content can be for people with disabilities. Suitable for a general audience, no programming experience necessary.

An editable copy is also given, along with ideas about how to make it more accessible.


From Teacher To Teacher-Leader: A Phenomenographic Study Of Transition, Jennifer Santi Dec 2020

From Teacher To Teacher-Leader: A Phenomenographic Study Of Transition, Jennifer Santi

Doctor of Education in Teacher Leadership Dissertations

As Education evolves, the roles within traditional teaching and learning also evolve. School structures change and leadership roles within those structures change as well, creating and recreating the educational experience for students and practitioners alike. As these structures change the nature of education, the roles found within them also transform what it means to be a professional educator. Increases in teacher-leadership positions have led to more instructional coaching roles for teachers and it is necessary to understand how those roles are perceived by those that are now changing the nature of their chosen work. As teachers leave the classroom to …


Christmas From Depaul: A Behind The Scenes Look At This Year’S Virtual Event, University Marketing And Communications, Tony Peluso, Jamie Davis Dec 2020

Christmas From Depaul: A Behind The Scenes Look At This Year’S Virtual Event, University Marketing And Communications, Tony Peluso, Jamie Davis

DePaul Download

Like many things in 2020, the university’s cherished annual holiday event will look a bit different. Christmas from DePaul is going virtual. To give the DePaul community a behind the scenes look at this year’s event is its producers, Tony Peluso and Jamie Davis. On this episode, they talk about the challenges they faced due to COVID-19, explain how DePaul’s campus was used to help tell the story of Jesus’ birth and share how DePaul’s students were involved in creating this year’s event, in front of and behind the camera.


The Fear Of Reptiles And How To Change It, Maxwell Lyman Dec 2020

The Fear Of Reptiles And How To Change It, Maxwell Lyman

Honors Projects

Reptile fear is prominent across many cultures. Anti-reptilian attitudes can lead to anti-conservation attitudes towards reptiles. Person-animal interaction has been shown to decrease fear desensitization and increase positive attitudes towards "unpopular" animals. My project demonstrates the effectiveness of live animal presentation in dispelling negative attitudes of reptiles. However, due to the sample size of the project, further research is highly suggested.


Move For A Healthy Mind: A Program Of Peer-Led Physical Activity For Adolescents With Depression And Anxiety, Emily Edwards Dec 2020

Move For A Healthy Mind: A Program Of Peer-Led Physical Activity For Adolescents With Depression And Anxiety, Emily Edwards

Master's Projects and Capstones

The following discusses adolescent depression and anxiety and the utilization of physical activity as an intervention or coping mechanism. Adolescents have been experiencing increased rates of anxiety or depression diagnoses over the past roughly two decades. Adolescence is, physiologically, a formative period in the developmental stage from childhood to adulthood. Current barriers to achieving optimal mental health among the adolescent population include the stigmatization of mental health issues, lack of education, socioeconomic status and healthcare access. Further, physical activity has been studied and identified to be an effective treatment for individuals experiencing depression and anxiety. In an effort to treat …


Get To Know Dewayne Peevy, Depaul’S New Director Of Athletics, University Marketing And Communications, Dewayne Peevy Nov 2020

Get To Know Dewayne Peevy, Depaul’S New Director Of Athletics, University Marketing And Communications, Dewayne Peevy

DePaul Download

Earlier this year DePaul University named a new director of athletics, DeWayne Peevy. Coming from the University of Kentucky, Peevy sits down with DePaul Download three months into his tenure to share more about how he’s adjusting to DePaul’s campus and the city, his “ABCs of DePaul Athletics,” and some previously unknown facts about himself.


How To Cope With Election-Related Stress, University Marketing And Communications, Jocelyn Carter Oct 2020

How To Cope With Election-Related Stress, University Marketing And Communications, Jocelyn Carter

DePaul Download

If you’re feeling uneasy or frustrated this election-season, you are not alone. The American Psychological Association found that many people are citing the 2020 elections as a significant source of stress in their life. To learn more about election-related stress and how to cope with it, listen to latest episode with Jocelyn Carter, associate professor in DePaul’s College of Science and Health and director of clinical training.


Research, Technology And Emotions: How Political Marketing Plays A Critical Role In Government And Presidential Elections, University Marketing And Communications, Bruce Newman Oct 2020

Research, Technology And Emotions: How Political Marketing Plays A Critical Role In Government And Presidential Elections, University Marketing And Communications, Bruce Newman

DePaul Download

Elections have evolved the last few decades. From simply polling voters to using big data to sway voters’ decisions, DePaul Driehaus School of Business professor, former White House advisor and author, Bruce Newman, outlines political marketing’s growing influence in elections and, simply, within government. He also shares his analysis of the 2020 Presidential election and what the 2020 winner will need to accomplish before January’s Inauguration.


Behind The Scenes Of Moderating A Political Debate With Chicago Journalist And Faculty Member Carol Marin, University Marketing And Communications, Carol Marin Oct 2020

Behind The Scenes Of Moderating A Political Debate With Chicago Journalist And Faculty Member Carol Marin, University Marketing And Communications, Carol Marin

DePaul Download

Debates have taken center stage during the dynamic 2020 Presidential election—from plexiglass shields, socially distanced audiences and candidates interrupting one another to even a fly trending on Twitter. The debate moderators’ performances also have been scrutinized and criticized. To give her take on this year’s debates and share some of her experiences as a political debate moderator is Carol Marin, award-winning Chicago journalist and director of DePaul University’s Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence.


Depaul Creates New Scholarship To Offer Private Education At Attainable Cost, University Marketing And Communications, A. Gabriel Esteban Oct 2020

Depaul Creates New Scholarship To Offer Private Education At Attainable Cost, University Marketing And Communications, A. Gabriel Esteban

DePaul Download

Families are increasingly burdened by financial strain due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and many are concerned with how they can afford a private university education. In response to that, this fall, DePaul University established the new State Scholar Plus University Scholarship Program. Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban, president of DePaul University, talks to DePaul Download about the new program, who’s eligible, and how it aligns with DePaul’s Vincentian mission and purpose.