Ludwika Goodson, associate director of faculty development, coauthored a book, titled Online Teaching at Its Best: Merging Instructional Design with Teaching and Learning Research. The book was published by Jossey-Bass in December, 2017.
Ludwika Goodson, associate director of faculty development, and Pamela Britton Reese, associate professor of communication sciences and disorders, presented Exploring Cognitive Dissonance Between Instruction and College Students’ Real-World Challenges at the Edward C. Moore Symposium on Excellence in Teaching LEAP INdiana Conference in Indianapolis on March 2.
Eric Brinker (freshman, organizational leadership) was named the Summit League Men’s Golfer of the Week on March 8. He earned the honor after posting back-to-back top three finishes as the Gary Freeman Spring Invitational March 1-2 and Lonnie Barton Invitational March 5-6. This is his first Summit League Weekly Honor.
Bailey Banefiel (senior, general studies) was named the Summit League Pitcher of the Week on February 12. She earned the honor after pitching a complete game in a 3-2 victory over IUPUI on February 10 and earning the save in a combined shutout win over Wright State on February 11. She is the first Mastodon pitcher to earn the Summit League Honor since 2014
“What we may be seeing is a small number of Republican senators who will use this as away to decide who they might support in the leadership battle,” said Andy Downs, a political scientist at the Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne. “That is a caucus that is fighting about how far to the right it wants to go.” Read the Indy Star Article
Rachel Blakeman, director of IPFW’s Community Research Institute, compiled data for some specific traditional white-collar and blue-collar jobs for The Journal Gazette. Read The Journal Gazette Article
Larry Hensley has been named to the position of general manager of the Hoosier Times Group.
Hensley, who grew up in Huntington and went to Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, sees his new role as a homecoming of sorts. Read the Kokomo Perspective Article
South Decatur High School Choral Teacher Matt Diehl is not interested in creating superstars.
He’s not an instrumentalist. Matt just loved to sing, and didn’t really decide to be a music teacher until he was a freshman in high school. So after high school, he went to Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne, and after almost changing his major a few times, decided that music was what he was most passionate about. Read the Greensburg Daily News Article