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COEHDnews -- Week of Sat, July 21, 2018

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COEHD professor to receive a Women’s Leadership Award
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Dr. Maricela Oliva, associate professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and associate vice provost for Academic and Faculty Support, was recently selected to receive a 2018 San Antonio Business Journal Women's Leadership Award. Oliva was one of 15 leaders chosen to receive an award and will be honored at a special ceremony on Thursday, August 23. Read more.


 

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Q&A: Carmen Fies, UTSA College of Education and Human Development
by Kara Soria, University Communications| Pub:
Carmen Fies is an associate professor of STEM education and instructional technologies in the UTSA Department of Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching in the College of Education and Human Development (COEHD).  
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Q&A: William Land, UTSA Department of Kinesiology, Health and Nutrition
by Kara Soria, University Communications| Pub:
William Land, assistant professor of kinesiology in the College of Education and Human Development (COEHD), is an expert in sport psychology.  
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UTSA researcher helps develop program for low-income patients living with chronic pain
by Kara Soria, University Communications| Pub:
A professor of kinesiology at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) co-authored an article detailing the results of a chronic pain self-management program for low-income, Hispanic residents in San Antonio.  
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Announcements

UTSA’s State Employee Charitable Campaign is right around the corner, and you can help!
The State Employee Charitable Campaign, the state program for workplace giving and an easy way for employees to support their favorite charities, will be hosting an online silent auction with a twist! This year organizers are asking staff and faculty members to donate arts, crafts, services or time to be auctioned off to another employee. Items already donated include:

The UTSA Art Collection is offering coffee, a tour, and discussion of many of the key pieces in the collection.
Facilities is offering a tour of the solar panels atop the Student Union.
Hopefully, they will be adding music and art lessons (and artwork!) from other departments.

Now is the perfect time to consider how your office, department, or you can be part of this turbo-charged auction. Call or send your ideas to Melissa May at x4204.
Facilities Project - Core Buildings Chase Panel Replacement Project
The Facilities Project Management team is overseeing a multi-year project to replace the chase panels in all of the original core campus buildings.

The JPL was selected for the first phase since a project was already ongoing in the Media Center and because there are less patrons in the library during the summer months.

Work began on the 2nd floor of the JPL last week. Thirty chase panels are scheduled to be replaced during this phase and associated noise will include drilling and sawing. Crews will be working in the JPL during the morning hours through August 15.
 
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Events Calendar

Aug
18
Operation R.I.S.E. - Resources Inspiring Stellar Education
 9 a.m. to Noon
 Other - TriPoint Event Center - 3233 N St Mary's St, San Antonio, TX 78212
Apr
05
American Educational Research Association Conference 2019
 
 Other - Toronto, Canada



Upcoming Conferences

Apr
05
American Educational Research Association Conference 2019
 
 Other - Toronto, Canada



External News

This teacher on a plane talked about her low-income students. Passengers overheard and gave her more
by  Allison Klein - Washington Post | Pub: 07/18
Chicago schoolteacher Kimberly Bermudez has always been the chatty type. So when she was on a Southwest Airlines flight to Florida to visit her parents last week, and her seatmate asked her what she did for a living, she told him about her first-grade students, all of whom come from low-income families. Some students at the school are homeless, she said.
UTSA Offers Summer Food Service Program June 11 – August 1 at Downtown Campus
by  Institute of P-20 Initiatives - UTSA Today | Pub: 07/18
Meals will be provided to all children without charge at the UTSA Downtown Campus and St. Mary’s University sites.
UTSA announces search for Vice President for Business Affairs
by  David Rodriguez - UTSA Today | Pub: 07/17
The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) has launched a national search for the university’s next Vice President for Business Affairs to replace Kathy Funk-Baxter, who announced her retirement earlier this year.
San Antonio named site for 2025 NCAA® Men’s Final Four®
by  Mary Ullmann Japhet - UTSA Today | Pub: 07/17
The NCAA® Division I Men’s Basketball Committee announced today that San Antonio will be the site for the 2025 NCAA® Men’s Final Four®. San Antonio was one of seven cities vying for the marquee event in 2023-2026 cycle, including Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, North Texas and Phoenix. San Antonio has hosted four Men’s Final Four’s, most recently this past spring.
UTSA Main Campus buildings undergo name changes
by  Liz Rockstroh - UTSA Today | Pub: 07/16
The UTSA community will notice changes to several buildings on the UTSA Main Campus over the coming weeks. Today, the UTSA University Center complex is officially the UTSA Student Union (SU) and UTSA H-E-B Student Union (HSU). The Physical Education Building also has been renamed the Intercollegiate Athletics Building (IAB).
How Do Charter Schools Factor Into Texas’ Education Landscape?
by  JAN ROSS PIEDAD - TPR | Pub: 07/16
There are at least 760 charter schools operating in Texas as of the 2016-2017 school year, according to the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.
Tucson Skirts International Law in Refusing to Reinstate Mexican American Studies
by  Roberto Rodriguez - Truthout | Pub: 07/16
Liliana Patricia Saldaña, a professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio, is part of the Texas ethnic studies struggle. “[It] sounds like Tucson is trying to make MAS irrelevant, whereas the program that was banned was rooted in Indigenous and decolonial epistemologies,” she said, adding that while some programs can be relevant, they can still, ultimately, be assimilationist. This has always been the prevalent aspect “in the culture of US schooling,” and not necessarily the goal of impacted communities.


 

Publications

Children transitioning from oral to written argumentation: Signalling meaning through punctuation…
Rosalind Horowitz -  | UTSA Journal of Undergraduate and Scholarly Works: 07/19

Butler, M., Johnson, J., Cortez, G., & Horowitz, R. (2018). Children transitioning from oral to written argumentation: Signalling meaning through punctuation in writing. Part II. UTSA Journal of Undergraduate and Scholarly Works: A peer reviewed journal highlighting the excellence and breadth of undergraduate scholarship. (4). 

Race and Racism: How Does an Aspiring Social Justice Principal Support Black Student Leaders for…
Van Lac -  | Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership: 07/16

Lac, V.T., & Baxley, G.S. (2018). Race and racism: How does an aspiring social justice principal support black student leaders for racial equity among a resistant white staff. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership. doi: 10.1177/1555458918785655

Failure to Replicate the Effects of the High-Probability Instructional Sequence on Feeding…
Bryant Silbaugh - Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching | Behavior Modification: 07/16

Silbaugh, B., & Swinnea, S. (2018). Failure to replicate the effects of the high-probability instructional sequence on feeding in children with autism and food selectivity. Behavior Modification. doi: 10.1177/0145445518785111

 

Research

Externships for Teachers 18-19
Alamo Workforce Development Inc.
Awarded:   $6,000    Other Academics
PI:   Lorena Claeys, ATE  Other Academics
CI:     

THECB-AGP Verbal Behavior Training
Texas Higher Education Board
Submitted:   $412,382    Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching
PI:   Lee Mason  Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching
CI:   Alonzo Andrews  Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching

THECB-AGP Innovative Autism Treatment
Texas Higher Education Board
Submitted:   $ 54,3535   Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching
PI:   Lee Mason  Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching
CI:   Alonzo Andrews  Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching

The effect of folate and PSMA on prostate cancer progression under conditions of androgen ablation
CPRIT through UT Health San Antonio
Submitted:   $ 44,330   Kinesiology, Health and Nutrition
PI:   Sarah Ullevig  Kinesiology, Health and Nutrition
CI:     

Psychological Skills Inventory for Law Enforcement
Center for Naval Analysis through San Antonio Police Department
Submitted:   $ 14,799   Kinesiology, Health and Nutrition
PI:   William Land  Kinesiology, Health and Nutrition
CI:   Jianmin Guan  Kinesiology, Health and Nutrition

STEM Teacher Residency Community
US Department of Education
Submitted:   $ 2,610,080   Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching
PI:   Emily Bonner  Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching
CI:   Sandy Norman; Lorena Claeys  Other Academics


 
 

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