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The Impact Of The Covid-19 Pandemic On School Psychology Internship Outcomes, Julie Q. Morrison, Kizzy Albritton, Elana Bernstein, Susan C. Davies, Laurice Joseph, Katherine R. Mezher, Jennifer Reynolds, Richard W. Vanvoorhis Nov 2022

The Impact Of The Covid-19 Pandemic On School Psychology Internship Outcomes, Julie Q. Morrison, Kizzy Albritton, Elana Bernstein, Susan C. Davies, Laurice Joseph, Katherine R. Mezher, Jennifer Reynolds, Richard W. Vanvoorhis

Counselor Education and Human Services Faculty Publications

The Ohio Internship Program in School Psychology was forced to adapt abruptly to the changing circumstances brought on by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic beginning in March 2020. The purpose of this study was to determine the extent to which the school psychology internship outcomes were negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of supervisors' ratings of intern competencies, the number of students served by interns, and the outcomes of academic and behavior interventions supported by interns. Findings of the annual evaluation of the Ohio Internship Program in School Psychology for the school year directly affected by the pandemic …


Becoming Culturally Proficient Qualitative Researchers By Crossing Geographic And Methodological Borders, Corinne Brion, Carol Rogers-Shaw Oct 2022

Becoming Culturally Proficient Qualitative Researchers By Crossing Geographic And Methodological Borders, Corinne Brion, Carol Rogers-Shaw

Educational Leadership Faculty Publications

This article explores how novice researchers develop a scholarly identity as they cross geographic, cultural, institutional, identity, and methodological borders throughout their studies, experiencing insider, outsider, and in-betweener positions. It hypothesizes that researchers become more culturally proficient through their fieldwork and self-study. The autoethnographic narratives address the social justice issues encountered by two early career researchers who increased their cultural proficiency and self-awareness as they moved across multiple cultural contexts. By shifting back and forth between insider, outsider, and in-betweener, the researchers became more culturally proficient, developed their voices as researchers, and practiced inclusivity by amplifying marginalized voices. Their self-reflective …


#Badgedtohire Final Report, Brian Laduca, Education Design Lab, Excalibur Education Group Oct 2022

#Badgedtohire Final Report, Brian Laduca, Education Design Lab, Excalibur Education Group

IACT Reports, Publications and Resources

Education Design Lab, through professional input and focus groups, developed eight badges that address the instruction of “soft skills” to postsecondary students. With the emergence of alternative credentialing and badging, Education Design Lab wanted to contribute to the evidence of student confidence differences as attributed to completing the badge content as expressed on their resume, interview, and through application or example. Postsecondary institutions were engaged in this evaluation across the nation and allowed for three differing viewpoints on badge importance and expression – student, instruction, and employer.


Creating And Sustaining Positive School Climate During Covid-19 Pandemic, Corinne Brion, Bilgen Kiral Oct 2022

Creating And Sustaining Positive School Climate During Covid-19 Pandemic, Corinne Brion, Bilgen Kiral

Educational Leadership Faculty Publications

The researchers used a qualitative design with a descriptive phenomenological approach to examine the experiences of 10 principals in creating and sustaining a positive school climate during COVID-19. The researchers conducted interviews over Zoom from October to December in 2021. The principals have worked in two American states, one Midwestern state and one in the South region of the country. Findings indicated that although the principals knew about school climate, they did not have a complete understanding of the concept. In the present study, it was concluded that a positive school climate is created and sustained with specific leadership skills …


Whose Poverty Is It? An Autoethnography, Corinne Brion Sep 2022

Whose Poverty Is It? An Autoethnography, Corinne Brion

Educational Leadership Faculty Publications

When I first met my husband, he told me, “I have nothing material, I do not have money or many possessions.” When he meant he had nothing, he literally meant it, no savings, no house, no bank account, no retirement plans, and a job that hardly paid for one meal a day. His most precious possessions were a bicycle and the toolbox he used as a mechanic. He lived with his mom, sister and two nieces in a one-bedroom self-contained unit they rented. There was no bathroom, no toilet, no kitchen, no personal space, no decoration, and no furniture. It …


Committing To The Common Good: Reframing Student Success Using Catholic Social Teaching, Zachary Lewis Sep 2022

Committing To The Common Good: Reframing Student Success Using Catholic Social Teaching, Zachary Lewis

Roesch Library Faculty Publications

This case study examines how the role of Student Success Librarian (SSL) at University of Dayton’s (UD) Roesch Library incorporates Catholic Social Teaching in order to achieve the mission of this faith-based institution. Students at UD are asked to sign a Commitment to Community, a list of pledges which share similar values to the themes of Catholic Social Teaching. By focusing on the intersection of the Commitment to Community, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I), and Catholic Social Teaching themes, the SSL at UD’s Roesch Library is able to incorporate Catholic Social Teaching in its programming, services, and partnerships.


Executive Summary Resiliency Pilot Program – Liberty High School With Community Partners: Youthbuild Dayton And University Of Dayton, Brian Laduca, Jerry Farley Jul 2022

Executive Summary Resiliency Pilot Program – Liberty High School With Community Partners: Youthbuild Dayton And University Of Dayton, Brian Laduca, Jerry Farley

IACT Reports, Publications and Resources

Research led by Boston University Professor V. Scott Solberg has shown that among matched groups of students, resiliency is the key factor in determining why one group succeeds academically while others do not. There are six interrelated resiliency skills that can be measured and taught: Valuing Education. Academic Confidence, Connectedness, Stress Management, Health and Well-Being, and Intrinsic Motivation. And when students’ resiliency increases, their academic performance improves, along with attendance, behavior, and graduation rates, as well as significant improvements in engagement, confidence, perseverance, and postsecondary readiness. Because of research on the powerful impact of improved resiliency, a commitment was …


Creating Inclusive And Unbiased Spaces, Sarah Miller Apr 2022

Creating Inclusive And Unbiased Spaces, Sarah Miller

Roesch Library Faculty Presentations

Physical space plays an important role in creating inclusive and unbiased environments. The 2019 University of Dayton Library renovation included a new space: the Scholars’ Commons. Faculty and doctoral students can use this card-accessible space for collegial interaction, independent learning, collaboration, professional development, and private reading and writing. In September 2021, the presenter attended the UD Inclusive Excellence Academy that explored the ideas behind brick-and-mortar inclusive spaces and ways to work toward an atmosphere that enables belonging, sharing and creativity for working and/or teaching. The presenter will share how she collaborated with library faculty and staff to create messaging to …


Supporting Students After Concussion: What College Faculty Need To Know, Susan C. Davies Apr 2022

Supporting Students After Concussion: What College Faculty Need To Know, Susan C. Davies

Thomas C. Hunt Building a Research Community Day

Returning to university life following concussion can be challenging for students. Our Brain Health Collaboratory, in conjunction with the Center on Brain Injury Research and Training, developed set of online resources to inform college faculty members about brain injuries. The module includes information about concussion effects, academic and environmental accommodations, and the role of college faculty in providing support. This session will share our research that led to development of the module, as well as our plan to evaluate its efficacy.


2022 School Of Education And Health Sciences Faculty Awards, University Of Dayton. School Of Education And Health Sciences Apr 2022

2022 School Of Education And Health Sciences Faculty Awards, University Of Dayton. School Of Education And Health Sciences

Thomas C. Hunt Building a Research Community Day

  • Teaching Award for Tenured & Tenure Track Faculty: Dr. Graham Hunter (Counselor Ed)
  • Teaching Award for Clinical and Lecturing Faculty: Gerry Gallo (HSS)
  • Scholarship Award for Tenured Faculty: Dr. Susan Davies (Counselor Ed)
  • Scholarship Award for Tenure Track Faculty: Dr. Matt Beerse (HSS)
  • Scholarship Award for Clinical and Lecturing Faculty: Regan Weston (Counselor Ed)
  • Service Award for Tenured Faculty: Dr. Diana Cuy Castellanos (HSS)
  • Service Award for Tenure Track Faculty: Dr. Elana Bernstein (Counselor Ed)
  • Service Award for Clinical and Lecturing Faculty: Kim Ritterhoff (HSS)


Schedule: 17th Annual Thomas C. Hunt Building A Research Community Day, Rochonda L. Nenonene Apr 2022

Schedule: 17th Annual Thomas C. Hunt Building A Research Community Day, Rochonda L. Nenonene

Thomas C. Hunt Building a Research Community Day

No abstract provided.


Policy And Practice: Evaluating Workflows And Communication For Maternity Leave At The University Of Dayton (Presentation), Christina A. Beis, Kayla Harris, Gabby Campana Apr 2022

Policy And Practice: Evaluating Workflows And Communication For Maternity Leave At The University Of Dayton (Presentation), Christina A. Beis, Kayla Harris, Gabby Campana

Reports from the Gender Equity Research Fellowship

Project assesses the experiences of faculty and staff who have taken maternity leave since the implementation of the 2017 policy.


Behavioral Health Workforce & Education Training At The University Of Dayton, Susan C. Davies, Elana Bernstein, Angela Kladias, Meredith Montgomery Apr 2022

Behavioral Health Workforce & Education Training At The University Of Dayton, Susan C. Davies, Elana Bernstein, Angela Kladias, Meredith Montgomery

Counselor Education and Human Services Faculty Publications

The University of Dayton (UD) developed a Behavioral Health Workforce and Education Training (BHWET) program in response to a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) call for proposals. The university was awarded $1.92 million across four years to provide interprofessional education and practice (IPEP) opportunities to students in four of their graduate programs: school psychology, clinical mental health counseling, school counseling, and clinical psychology. This collaborative training initiative emphasizes interprofessional training and education for students, faculty, staff, and community partners. The BHWET program encompasses three primary goals: 1) increase access to healthcare services for underserved youth populations; 2) address sparsity …


Call For Editor: Volumes 36-38 Mar 2022

Call For Editor: Volumes 36-38

Basic Communication Course Annual

No abstract provided.


Call For Manuscripts, Brandi N. Frisby Mar 2022

Call For Manuscripts, Brandi N. Frisby

Basic Communication Course Annual

No abstract provided.


Beyond Basic: Transformational Potential Of Pandemic Pedagogy, Roy Schwartzman Mar 2022

Beyond Basic: Transformational Potential Of Pandemic Pedagogy, Roy Schwartzman

Basic Communication Course Annual

The COVID-19 pandemic presents opportunities to foster resilience as an ongoing process of productively adapting to crises and change. The fundamental communication course can serve a key role in building resilience on several levels: personal (for students and teachers), across courses and communication programs, and community-wide. Lessons learned from the pandemic include judiciously adopting new technological tools, counteracting regressive institutional resilience that resists change, and maximizing inclusivity in course design and delivery.


Strengthening The Position Of The Introductory Course: Pandemic Pedagogical Practices (Withdrawn), Sara Mathis Mar 2022

Strengthening The Position Of The Introductory Course: Pandemic Pedagogical Practices (Withdrawn), Sara Mathis

Basic Communication Course Annual

No abstract provided.


Accessibility In The Basic Course: A Case For Retaining Pandemic Technology, Leann M. Brazeal Mar 2022

Accessibility In The Basic Course: A Case For Retaining Pandemic Technology, Leann M. Brazeal

Basic Communication Course Annual

This piece focuses on the potential of technologies adopted during the COVID-19 crisis to enhance accessibility for students with disabilities in the basic course. The pandemic disrupted traditional modes of teaching and learning and required basic course instructors to seek out technologies that could help meet the goals of a traditional classroom experience. This piece suggests that this spirit of flexibility with technology should be retained in traditional classrooms going forward, as it can benefit students with disabilities. First, Universal Design for Learning is discussed, including its emphasis on providing multiple options for learning and the guidelines it presents for …


Prepared To Pivot: Creating A Resilient Basic Course Program, Nicholas T. Tatum, Melissa A. Broeckelman-Post Mar 2022

Prepared To Pivot: Creating A Resilient Basic Course Program, Nicholas T. Tatum, Melissa A. Broeckelman-Post

Basic Communication Course Annual

The rapid transition to emergency remote teaching due to COVID-19 provides many lessons for how BCDs can design resilient basic course programs that will be prepared to adapt in any number of potential future emergencies. BCDs can design resilient courses by pre-planning how courses will maintain instructional continuity, pre-loading pivoting options into learning management systems, and adopting online texts that are accessible anywhere. BCDs can also build instructor resilience by providing high-quality training and providing continued support for instructor well-being.


Basic Course Forum: Section Introduction Mar 2022

Basic Course Forum: Section Introduction

Basic Communication Course Annual

No abstract provided.


Examining Motivation In Turbulent Times: A Self-Determination Theory Replication, Jessalyn I. Vallade, Renee Kaufmann, T. Kody Frey Mar 2022

Examining Motivation In Turbulent Times: A Self-Determination Theory Replication, Jessalyn I. Vallade, Renee Kaufmann, T. Kody Frey

Basic Communication Course Annual

The purpose of this study was to replicate and extend previous work (Chiu, 2021a, 2021b; Vallade et al., 2020) by applying self-determination theory (Deci & Ryan, 1985) to student motivation and engagement in the basic communication course during the shift to online learning in the initial onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Results indicated that students were most often motivated and engaged through instructor communication and behavior that met their need for relatedness, with a particular emphasis on instructor presence. Theoretical and practical implications of these results are discussed within the context of the basic communication course.


Exploring Introductory Communication Course Administrators' Relationship Management During Covid-19, Ashley N. Aragón, Drew T. Ashby-King Mar 2022

Exploring Introductory Communication Course Administrators' Relationship Management During Covid-19, Ashley N. Aragón, Drew T. Ashby-King

Basic Communication Course Annual

The COVID-19 pandemic rapidly changed the context of higher education during the Spring 2020 semester. As the virus began to spread across the United States, colleges and universities canceled in-person classes and activities, closed campus, and moved all operations online. Within the communication discipline, introductory communication course (ICC) administrators and instructors were not only dealing with these challenges, but they were also navigating the transition of large multi-section, often standardized, courses online at large institutions. This research project used semi-structured, in-depth interviews with 18 ICC administrators from institutions located in 14 states across the Midwest, mid-Atlantic, Southeastern, and West Coast …


Public Speaking In A Pandemic: A Situational, Compensatory, And Resilient Undertaking, Joshua F. Hoops Mar 2022

Public Speaking In A Pandemic: A Situational, Compensatory, And Resilient Undertaking, Joshua F. Hoops

Basic Communication Course Annual

The introductory public speaking class includes topics such as audience analysis, credibility, organization, visual aids, and delivery. While the pedagogy I employ in this class tends to be very interactive and require a lot of group work, 2020 will forever be known as the year of the COVID-19 global pandemic, which produced social distancing, stay-at-home-orders, and mask wearing. This study examines the impacts of pandemic precautions on public speaking practice, specifically situational communication apprehension. In addition to recording my own observations throughout my face-to-face public speaking class, I also periodically interviewed students about their experience taking the course during a …


Mobile Technology Usage In The College Classroom And Its Relational Implications, Joe C. Martin Mar 2022

Mobile Technology Usage In The College Classroom And Its Relational Implications, Joe C. Martin

Basic Communication Course Annual

This study examines the relational implications of the presence of mobile technology within the basic communication course. To investigate this phenomenon a survey design was employed, and participants were asked to respond to open-ended, closed-ended, and descriptive questions. Results of this study shed light upon how and when university students use technology, as well as the positive and detrimental results such usage has upon the development and quality of their relationships in the classroom, both with instructors and other students.


Research Articles: Section Introduction Mar 2022

Research Articles: Section Introduction

Basic Communication Course Annual

No abstract provided.


Editor's Page, Brandi N. Frisby Mar 2022

Editor's Page, Brandi N. Frisby

Basic Communication Course Annual

No abstract provided.


Cover And Front Matter Mar 2022

Cover And Front Matter

Basic Communication Course Annual

No abstract provided.


Africa In Our Century: Proceedings Of The 2022 Global Voices Symposium, Julius A. Amin Mar 2022

Africa In Our Century: Proceedings Of The 2022 Global Voices Symposium, Julius A. Amin

Proceedings: 2022 Global Voices on the University of Dayton Campus

Full proceedings of the 2022 Global Voices Symposium


Front Matter, University Of Dayton Mar 2022

Front Matter, University Of Dayton

Proceedings: 2022 Global Voices on the University of Dayton Campus

Table of Contents; About the Presenters


Introduction: Africa In Our Century, Julius A. Amin Mar 2022

Introduction: Africa In Our Century, Julius A. Amin

Proceedings: 2022 Global Voices on the University of Dayton Campus

Since 2017, the UD Global Voices Symposium has served our community by presenting stimulating and thought-provoking programs on global awareness and global engagement. This year the symposium proudly presents “Africa in Our Century,” examining the growing importance of this continent for our present and our future. As with past programs, the 2022 symposium draws on the experiences and expertise of individuals from our UD campus and community leaders to discuss activities and initiatives which promote global education and engagement.