Faculty Publications

Books

•    Bambara, L.M., Janney, R., & Snell, M. (2015). Behavior Support (3rd Ed.). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes.

•    Cassetta, G., & Sawyer, B. (2015). Classroom management matters: The importance of teaching a social-emotional approach. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

•    DuPaul, G.J., Power, T.J., Anastopoulos, A.D., & Reid, R. (in press). ADHD Rating Scale-5 for children and adolescents: Checklists, norms, and clinical interpretation. New York: Guilford Press.

•    Kern, L., George, M.P., & Weist, M. (2016). Step-by-Step Support for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Problems: Prevention and Intervention Strategies. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes.

•    Kong, P. (2016). Parenting, Education, and Social Mobility in China: Cultivating Dragons and Phoenixes. Routledge, Abingdon (Contemporary Asian Studies Series).

•    Stiffler, M.C., & Dever, B.V. (2015). Mental Health Screening at School: Instrumentation, Implementation, and Critical Issues. Springer Publishing. 

Edited Book or Special Issue of Journal

•    Alvarez, A.N., Liang, C.T.H., & Neville, H.A. (in press). Contextualizing the Cost of Racism for People of Color: Theory, Research, and Practice. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

•    Hammond, T. (2015).  "You are here": Developing elementary students' geography skills by integrating geospatial information technologies. In L. Liu & D.C. Gibson (Eds.), Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2015, pp. 129-136. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education.

•    Horrocks, J., & White, G.P. (2015). Principals’ attitudes regarding inclusion of children with autism in Pennsylvania Schools. In N. Humphrey (Ed.). Autism and Education. New Delhi, India; Sage Publications.

•    Inman, A., & Sarnath, J.E. (2015). Supervision Essentials for Psychodynamic Psychotherapies. H. Levenson & A. G. Inman (series editors). Clinical Supervision Essentials. American Psychological Association.

•    Inman, A., McNeill, B., & Stoltenberg, C. (2015). Supervision Essentials for Integrated Model of Supervision. H. Levenson & A. G. Inman (series editors). Clinical Supervision Essentials. American Psychological Association.

•    Postiglione, G., Kong, P, & Hannum, E. (2016). Rural Education in China's Social Transition. Routledge, Studies in Chinese Education and Society Series.

•    Wiseman, A.W. (Ed.). Cross-nationally Comparative, Evidence-based Educational Policymaking and Reform. Forthcoming volume in the International Perspectives on Education and Society Series (Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing).

•    Wiseman, A.W. (Ed.). The Impact of the OECD on Education Worldwide. Forthcoming volume in the International Perspectives on Education and Society Series (Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing).

•    Wiseman, A.W. (Ed.). Annual Review of Comparative and International Education 2016. Forthcoming volume in the International Perspectives on Education and Society Series (Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing).

•    Wiseman, A.W., & Anderson, E. (Eds.) (2015). Annual Review of Comparative and International Education 2015. Volume 27 in the International Perspectives on Education and Society Series (Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing).

•    Wiseman, A.W., & Popov, N. (Eds.) (2015). Comparative Sciences: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Volume 26 in the International Perspectives on Education and Society Series (Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing).

Other Manuscripts / Articles / Software

•    Columba, L. (2015). Year 3 Report for Robert Noyce Scholarship Program, Outside Evaluator. Millersville University, Millersville, PA.

•    Cooper, C., & Eng, S. (August 2015). Marriage for low-income Americans is still worth fighting for. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sothy-eng/marriage-for-lowincome-am_b_7928...

•    Eng, S. (April 16 2015). 40 years after the Cambodian genocide, one thing my parents still talk about. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sothy-eng/40-years-after-the-cambodian-gen...

•    Eng, S. (August 2015). Sunrise at Angkor Wat you must see. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sothy-eng/angkor-wat-sunrise_b_7796754.html

•    Eng, S., & Grace, K. (2015, April 2). Boys missed during Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn visit to Cambodia. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sothy-eng/boys-missed-during-michel_b_6968...?

•    Eng, S., & Grace, K. (2015, April 30). What does it take to win the battle against girls dropping out of school? One Cambodian girl will make us think twice. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sothy-eng/what-does-it-take-to-win-the-bat...

•    Eng, S., & Szmodis, W. (2015, May 10). What I really want for Mother's Day is to say 'I am sorry'. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sothy-eng/what-i-really-want-for-mo_b_7250...

•    Eng, S., & Szmodis, W.* (2015, May 29). International Children's Day: Yet another reminder of how we are failing the next generation. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sothy-eng/international-childrens-d_b_7466...

•    Fine, D., Szmodis, W., & Eng, S. (2015, June). These 23 undergrads’ reflections on their trip to Cambodia may change the way you travel. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sothy-eng/we-took-23-undergrads-to-_b_7673...

•    Gormley, M.J., & DuPaul, G.J. (2015). Teacher-to-teacher consultation: Facilitating consistent school support across grade levels. The ADHD Report, 23(1), 9-11, 16. 

•    Grace, K., & Eng, S. (2015, June 9). There is no place for ‘Chbab Srey’ in Cambodian schools. The Cambodia Daily. Retrieved from https://www.cambodiadaily.com/opinion/-there-is-no-place-for-chbab-srey-...

•    Grace, K., & Eng, S. (2015, October). On day of the girl. Celebrating a school program that works. The Cambodia Daily. Retrieved from https://www.cambodiadaily.com/opinion/on-day-of-the-girl-celebrating-a-s...

•    Hochbein, C. (2015, April 24). A charter schools fix that adds up: Changing lottery system would lead to better student representation. Newsday, A35. 

•    Hochbein, C. (2015, March). Ravitch uses testing as a double standard in debate with imaginary reformer. WHYY Newsworks.

•    Hochbein, C. (2015, March). The single district dissertation: Maximizing the rewards and reducing risks when pursuing doctoral research in educational leadership. School Administrator,  72(3), 26-29

•    Hochbein, C. (2015, November 10). Seeking answers to charter school promises. The Morning Call, 12.

•    Hojnoski, R.L., & Wood, B.K. (in press). Early childhood education for students with developmental disabilities. In E. Braaten (Ed.). The SAGE encyclopedia of intellectual and developmental disorders. (pp. x-x). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. Encyclopedia entry submitted for publication

•    Kern, L., & Inman, A.G. (in press). Meeting the Mental Health Needs in Our Community. State of the Lehigh Valley.

•    Laracy, S.D., Ridgard, T.J., & DuPaul, G.J. (2015, June). Sleep and school functioning: Guidelines for assessment and intervention. NASP Communique, 43(8), 1, 18-21. 

•    Liang, C.T.H. (April, 2015). Understanding and addressing structural problems to move toward justice for our family. Retrieved from http://division51.net/homepage-slider/understanding-and-addressing-struc...

•    Ridgard, T.J., Laracy, S.D., DuPaul, G.J., Shapiro, E.S., & Power, T.J. (2015, October). Trauma-Informed care in schools: A social justice imperative. NASP Communique, 44 (2).

•    Ridgard, T.J., Laracy, S.D., DuPaul, G.J., Shapiro, E.S., & Power, T.J. (2015, October). Trauma-informed care in schools: A social justice imperative. NASP Communique, 44(2), 1, 12, 14-15. 

•    Sperandio, J. (2015). Online courses: Maintaining and developing a quality learning experience for students. Proceedings of the International Education Conference Learning Technologies in Education, Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, India.

•    Sullivan, C., & Eng, S. (August 2015). ‘You’re too smart for that.” The Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sothy-eng/youre-too-smart-for-that_b_79178...

•    Wood, B. K. (in press). Behavioral theory. In D. L. Couchenour, & K. Chrisman (Eds.). Encyclopedia of contemporary early childhood education. (pp. x-x). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Encyclopedia entry submitted for publication

•    Wood, B.K., & Lane, K.L. (2015). Functional behavioral assessment. In W. G. Scarlett (Ed.). The SAGE encyclopedia of classroom management. (pp. 345-347). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781483346243

Refereed Journal Articles

•    Anastopoulos, A.D., DuPaul, G.J., Weyandt, L.L., Morrissey-Kane, E., Sommer, J.L., Rhoads, L.H., Murphy, K.R., Gormley, M.J., & Gudmundsdottir, B.G. (in press). Rates and patterns of comorbidity among first-year college students with ADHD. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology.

•    Arrelano-Morales, L., Liang, C.T.H., Ruiz, L., & Rios-Oropeza, E. (2016). Masculinity, Racism, and Coping among Latino male day laborers. Journal of Latina/o Psychology. On-line First.

•    Baker, T., Battersby, S., Bednarz, S., Bodzin, A., Kolvoord, R., Moore, S., Sinton, D., & Uttal, D. (2015). A research agenda for geospatial technologies and learning. Journal of Geography,  114(3), 118-130, DOI: 10.1080/00221341.2014.950684.

•    Bambara, L.M., Chovanes, J., Thomas, A., & Cole, C.L. (in press). Effective peer-mediated strategies for improving the conversational skills of high school students with autism. American Speech Language Hearing Association Sig 1 Perspectives on Language, Learning, and Education.

•    Barrett, C., & DuPaul, G.J. (in press). Impact of maternal and child race on parent ratings of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms. Journal of Attention Disorders. 

•    Bodzin, A., Fu, Q., Bressler, D., & Vallera, F. (2015). Examining the enactment of web GIS on students’ geospatial thinking and reasoning and tectonics understandings. Computers in the Schools, 32(1), 63-81.

•    Breisch, J., & Columba, L. (2015, Spring). Technology integration: Increasing interactions in the mathematics classroom. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Newsletter, 45(3),  15-21.

•    Burks, J.C., & Hochbein, C. (2015). The students in front of us: Reform for the current generation of high school urban high school students. Urban Education, 50(3), 346-376. 

•    Columba, L. (2015, Summer). Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math-STEM teachers for today’s students. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Newsletter, 46(4), 14-15.

•    Dennis, M.S., Sorrells A.M., & Falcomata, T.S. (2015). Effects of two interventions on solving basic fact problems by second graders with mathematics learning disabilities. Learning Disability Quarterly. Advanced Online Publication. doi: 10.1177/0731948715595943.

•    Dever, B.V. (in press). Motivation as predictor of behavioral and emotional risk: Using the expectancy-value framework to inform prevention. School Psychology Review. 

•    Dever, B.V., & Kim, S.Y. (in press). Measurement equivalence of the PALS academic self-efficacy scale. European Journal of Psychological Assessment.

•    Dever, B.V., Dowdy, E., Raines, T.C., & Carnazzo, K. (2015). Stability and change of behavioral and emotional screening scores. Psychology in the Schools.

•    Dever, B.V., Raines, T.C., & Dowdy, E. (in press). Factor structure and differential item functioning of the BASC-2 BESS Spanish language parent form. School Psychology Quarterly. 

•    Dever, B.V., Raines, T.C., Dowdy, E., & Hostutler, C.A. (in press). Disproportionality in special education: The promise of a universal screening approach to referral. Journal of Negro Education.

•    Dowdy, E., Harrell-Williams, L.M., Dever, B.V., Furlong, M.J., Moore, S., Raines, T.C., & Kamphaus, R.W. (in press). Universal self-report screening in high school to predict internalizing symptoms. School Psychology Review.

•    DuPaul, G.J., Kern, L., Caskie, G.I.L., & Volpe, R. (2015). Early intervention for young children with ADHD: Predictors of academic and behavioral outcomes. School Psychology Review,  44(1), 3-20.

•    DuPaul, G.J., Morgan, P.L., Farkas, G., Hillemeier, M.M., & Maczuga, S. (in press). Academic and social functioning associated with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: Latent class analyses of trajectories from kindergarten to fifth grade. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology.

•    DuPaul, G.J., Pinho, T.D., Pollack, B.L., Gormley, M.J., & Laracy, S.D. (in press). First-year college students with ADHD and/or LD: Differences in engagement, positive core self-evaluation, school preparation, and college expectations. Journal of Learning Disabilities.

•    DuPaul, G.J., Reid, R., Anastopoulos, A.D., Lambert, M.C., Watkins, M.W., & Power, T.J. (in press). Parent and teacher ratings of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms: Factor structure and normative data. Psychological Assessment.

•    Eng, S., Muslow, M., Ritchey, E., & Zvonkovic, A. (in press). Redefining the roles of parents and social structure in the educational outcomes of Cambodian young adults. Journal of Adolescent Research.

•    Gormley, M.J., & DuPaul, G.J. (2015). Teacher to teacher consultation: Facilitating consistent and effective intervention across grade levels for students with ADHD. Psychology in the Schools, 52, 124-138.

•    Gormley, M.J., DuPaul, G.J., Anastopoulos, A.D., & Weyandt, L.L. (in press). First year GPA and academic service use among college students with and without ADHD. Journal of Attention Disorders.

•    Gormley, M.J., Pinho, T., Pollack, B., Puzino, K., Franklin, M., Busch, C., DuPaul, G.J., Weyandt, L.L., & Anastopoulos, A.D. (in press). Impact of study skills and parent education on first-year GPA among college students with and without ADHD: A moderated mediation model. Journal of Attention Disorders.

•    Graybill, E., Varjas, K., Meyers, J., Dever, B.V., Greenberg, D., Roach, A., & Doddridge, C. (2015). Demographic trends and social justice advocacy experiences of gay-straight alliance advisors.

•    Harrell-Williams, L.M., Raines, T.C., Kamphaus, R.W., & Dever, B.V. (2015). Psychometric analysis of the BASC–2 Behavioral and Emotional Screening System (BESS) Student Form: Results from high school student samples. Psychological Assessment.

•    Helman, A., Calhoon, M., & Kern, L. (2015). Improving science vocabulary of high school English language learners with reading disabilities. Learning Disabilities Quarterly, 28, 40-52. 

•    Hojnoski, R., Polignano, J., & Columba, L. (in press). Effect of book type and teacher training on mathematical talk during shared book reading in the preschool classroom. Early Education and Development.

•    Huang, T., White, G.P., Caskie, G., & Beachum, F. School climate student behavior and academic outcomes: A SEM analysis of TIMSS top five jurisdictions. Teachers College Record. 

•    Inman, A.G., Luu, L., Pendse, A., & Caskie, G.I.L. (2015). Graduate trainees’ social justice supports, beliefs, interest, and commitment. The Counseling Psychologist, 43(6), 879-905. doi:  10.1177/0011000015578932.

•    Inman, A.G., Tummala-Narra, P., Kaduvettoor-Davidson, A., Alvarez, A.N., & Yeh, C. (2015). Perceptions of race-based discrimination among first-generation Asian Indians in the U.S. The Counseling Psychologist, 43, 217-247.

•    Keller-Margulis, M., Sterret, M., & Shapiro, E.S. (in press). Seasonal differences in growth on math curriculum-based measures using tri-annual benchmarks. Assessment for Effective Intervention.

•    Kern, L. (2015). Addressing the needs of students with social, emotional, and behavioral problems: Reflections and visions. Remedial and Special Education, 36, 24-27.

•    Kern, L., Evans, S.W., Lewis, T.J., State, M., Weist, M.D., Wills, H.P. (2015). CARS Comprehensive intervention for secondary students with emotional and behavioral problems: Conceptualization and development. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 23, 195-205.

•    Kincaid, D., Dunlap, G., Kern, L., Lane, K., Brown, F., Bambara, L.M., Fox, L., & Knoster, T. (2015). Positive behavior support: A proposal for updating and refining the definition. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions. Advanced online publication. doi: 10.1177/1098300715604826.

•    Kong, P. Lessons learned from rural parents: Invisible forms of involvement. Comparative Education Review.

•    Laracy, S.D., Hojnoski, R.L., & Dever, B.V. (in press). Assessing the classification accuracy of early numeracy curriculum-based measures using Receiver Operating Characteristic analysis. Assessment for Effective Intervention.

•    Lewis, K., Sandilos, L., Hammer, C.S., Sawyer, B.E., & Mendez, L. (2015). Relations among the home language and literacy environment and children’s language abilities: A study of Head Start dual language learners and their mothers. Early Education and Development. Advance online publication. DOI: 10.1080/10409289.2016.1082820.

•    Liang, C.T.H., & Molenaar, C. (in press). Beliefs in an unjust world: Mediating the associations between psychological outcomes and within group and between group discrimination. Journal of Clinical Psychology.

•    Manz, P.H., & Bracaliello, C.B. (in press). Expanding outcome measurement for child development-focused home visiting programs: Collaborative development of the Toddler & Play Scale. Manuscript submitted to the Early Childhood Research Quarterly.

•    Manz, P.H., Gernhart, A.C., Bracaliello, C.B., Pressimone, V.P., & Eisenberg, R.A. (2014). Preliminary development of the Parent Involvement in Early Learning scale for low-income families enrolled in a child development focused home visiting program. Journal of Early Intervention, 36(3), 171-191.

•    Marstellar, R., & Bodzin, A.M. (2015). The effectiveness of an online curriculum on high school students’ understanding of biological evolution. Journal of Science Education and Technology,  24(6), 803-817. DOI 10.1007/s10956-015-9565-5.

•    McCray, C.R., Beachum, F.D., & Yawn, C.D. (2015). Stop suspending and start educating: Our future hangs in the balance. Journal of School Leadership, 25(2), 345-367.

•    McWayne, C.M., Manz, P.H., & Ginsburg-Block, M. (2015). An examination of the construct validity of the Family Involvement Questionnaire – Early Childhood with low-income, Latino families of young children: An application of Rasch Modeling. International Journal of School and Educational Psychology, 3(2), 117-134.

•    Mehr, K.E., Ladany, N., & Caskie, G.I.L. (2015). Factors influencing trainee willingness to disclose in supervision. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 9(1), 44-51. doi: 10.1037/tep0000028.

•    Missall, K., Hojnoski, R.L., Caskie, G.I.L., & Repasky, P. (2015). Home numeracy environments of preschoolers: Examining relations between mathematical activities, parent mathematical beliefs, and early mathematical skills. Early Education and Development, 26(3), 356-376. doi: 10.1080/10409289.2015.968243.

•    Pendse, A., & Inman, A.G. (in press). International-Student-Focused Counseling Research: A 34-Year Content Analysis. Counseling Psychology Quarterly. 

•    Pollack, B., Hojnoski, R., DuPaul, G.J., & Kern, L. (2015). Play behavior differences among preschoolers with ADHD: Impact of comorbid ODD and anxiety. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment.

•    Pollio, M., & Hochbein, C. (2015). The association between standards-based grading and standardized test scores in a high school reform model. Teachers College Record, 117(11), 1-28. 

•    Power, T.J., Watkins, M.W., Anastopoulos, A.D., Reid, R., Lambert, M.C., & DuPaul, G.J. (in press). Multi-informant assessment of ADHD symptom-related impairments among children and adolescents. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology.

•    Royster, P., Gross, J.P.K., & Hochbein, C. (2015). Timing is everything: Getting students back on track to college readiness in high school. The High School Journal, 98(3), 208-225.

•    Sandilos, L., Cycyk, L.M., Hammer, C.S., Sawyer, B.E., Lopez, L., & Blair, C. (2015). Depressive symptomatology, control, and climate: An examination of factors impacting teaching quality in pre-kindergarten classrooms. Early Education and Development, 26 (8), 1111-1127. DOI: 10.1080/10409289.2015.1027624.

•    Sawyer, B.E., Hammer, C.S., Cycyk, L.M., Lopez, L., Blair, C., Sandilos, L., & Komaroff, E. (in press). Preschool teachers' language and literacy practices with dual language learners. Bilingual Research Journal.

•    Shapiro, E.S., Dennis, M.S., & Fu, Q. (2015). Comparing computer adaptive and curriculum-based measures of math in progress monitoring. School Psychology Quarterly, 30 (4),  470-487.

•    Smith, J.D., Woodhouse, S.S., Clark, C., & Skowron, E.A. (in press). Attachment status and mother-preschooler parasympathetic response to Strange Situation. Biological Psychology. 

•    Soheilian S., & Inman A. G. (2015). Competent counseling for Middle Eastern American clients: Implications for trainees. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development,  43, 173-190.

•    Sperandio, J., & Devdas, L. (2015). Staying close to home: Women's life-choices and the superintendency. Journal of Educational Administration 53(3) 335-352.

•    Sperandio, J., & Wilson-Tagoe, J.(2015). Leading for social justice in Ghanaian secondary schools. Journal of Educational leadership, Policy and Practice,30(1),65-78. 

•    Spokane, A.R., & Nguyen, D. (2015). Progress and prospects in the evaluation of career assistance. Journal of Career Assessment, 1-23. doi: 10.1177/1069072715579665.

•    State, T.M., Harrison, J.R., Kern, L., & Lewis, T.J. (in press). Feasibility and acceptability of classroom-based interventions for students with emotional/behavioral challenges at the high school level. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions.

•    Tarumi, Y., & Kong, P. Expanding the Shadow: Non-academic and academic shadow education in Hong Kong and Japan. Compare.

•    Wood, B.K., Hojnoski, R.L., Laracy, S.D., & Olson, C.L. (2016). Comparison of observational methods and their relation to ratings of engagement in young children, Topics in Early Childhood Special Education 35, 211-222. doi: 10.1177/0271121414565911.

•    Wood, B.K., Oakes, W.P., Fettig, A., & Lane, K.L. (2015). A review of the evidence base of functional assessment-based interventions for young students using one systematic approach. Behavioral Disorders, 40, 230-250.

•    Woodhouse, S.S., Lauer, M., Beeney, J.R.S., & Cassidy, J. (2015). Psychotherapy process and relationship in the context of a brief attachment-based, mother-infant intervention. Psychotherapy, 52(1), 145-150. doi:10.1037/a0037335.

Reviewed Book Chapters

•    Alvarez, A.N., Liang, C.T.H., Molenaar, C., & Nguyen, D. (in press). Mediators and Moderators of Racism. In A.N. Alvarez, C.T.H. Liang, & H. Neville (Eds), Contextualizing the costs of racism for people of color: Theory, research, and practice. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

•    Baete, G.S., Burks, J.C., Pollio, M., & Hochbein, C. (2015). Bringing urban high school reform to scale. In M. Khalifa, C.Grant, & A.N. Witherspoon (Eds.), The Handbook of Urban Educational Leadership.

•    Bambara, L.M., Koger, F., Burns, R., & Singley, D. (2015). Skills for home and community. In F. Brown, J. McDonnell, & M. Snell (Eds.), Instruction of students with severe disabilities (8th ed) Upper (pp. ) Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson

•    Beachum, F.D. (2015). Knowing the truth: The challenge for educational leadership. In A. Pitre, T.G. Allen, & E. Pitre (Eds), Multicultural education for educational leaders: Critical Race Theory and antiracism perspectives (vii-xi). New York: Rowman and Littlefield.

•    Beachum, F.D. (2015). Meaning-making mentoring through connection, clarity, and caring. In B. Cooper & C. R. McCray (Eds.), Mentoring with meaning (pp. 69-83). New York: Rowman and Littlefield.

•    Bodzin, A., Anastasio, D., & Sahagian, D. (2015). Using Web GIS to promote geospatial thinking and reasoning skills. In K. Finson & J. Pedersen (Eds.), Application of Visual Data in K-16 Science Classrooms. (263-284). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

•    Bulotsky-Shearer, R., Mendez, J., McWayne, C.M., & Manz, P.H. (2015). Promoting peer play interactions as a developmental context for learning: Identifying classroom- and child-level associated with learning for culturally-diverse children from low-income households. In K. Sanders & A. Wishard Guerra (Eds.), Attachment, peers, and child care in the 21st century. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

•    Cates, W.M., & Hammond, T.C. (in press). POSITION: For the foreseeable future, instructional technology devices and products –no matter how well designed– will not eliminate the need for human teachers. In A. Carr-Chellman & G. Rowland, Dialogs About Technology.

•    Columba, L. (2015). Here’s the story: Multiplication facts using storybooks. Teaching Children Mathematics, 19(6), 374-381. In D. Thiessen (Ed.), Exploring mathematics through literature: Articles and lessons for prekindergarten through grade 8 (2nd ed.). Reston, VA: NCTM. Online anthology.

•    DuPaul, G.J., Power, T.J., & Shapiro, E.S. (in press). Schools and reintegration into schools. In M. C. Roberts & R.G. Steele (Eds.), Handbook of pediatric psychology (5th ed.). New York:  Guilford.

•    Eng, S., & Szmodis, W. (2015). STEM learning achievement among Cambodian middle school students: An examination of gender and psychosocial factors. Annual Review of Comparative and International Education, 28, 279-305.

•    Feeney, B.C., & Woodhouse, S.S. (in press). Caregiving. In J. Cassidy & P.R. Shaver (Eds.), Handbook of attachment: Theory, research, and clinical applications (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Guilford.

•    Hochbein, C. & Harbour, K.E. (2015). Large and small urban school districts: Empirical identification and comparison utilizing student population. In K.L. Sanzo, I. Sutherland, & J. Scribner  (Eds.), Leading small and mid-sized urban school districts. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing.

•    Inman, A.G., & Luu, L. (in press). Gender dynamics in clinical supervision. In K. Nadal (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

•    Kamphaus, R.W., & Dever, B.V. (in press). Behavioral assessment. In J.C. Norcross & G. VandenBos (Eds), APA Handbook of Clinical Psychology.  , DC: American Psychological Association.

•    Kern, L., Custer, B., & Zaheer, I. (in press). Classroom-Based Services for Adolescents with Mental Health Needs. In Judith R. Harrison, Brandon K. Schultz, and Steven W. Evans (Eds.), School Mental Health Services for Adolescents. New York: Oxford University Press.

•    Kesner, J., & Dever, B.V. (2015). An inter-reporter analysis of mandated child maltreatment reporting in the U.S. In B. Mathews & D. Bross (Eds.), Mandatory reporting laws and the identification of severe child abuse and neglect. Dordrecht: Springer International.

•    Liang, C.T.H., & Molenaar, C. (in press). Counseling and therapy with men. In L. Beutler, A. Consoli, & B. Bonger (Eds), The comprehensive textbook of psychotherapy (2nd ed.). Oxford University Press.

•    Liang, C.T.H., Molenaar, C., & Heard, S. (in press). Race, Masculinity, and Gendered Racism: President Obama’s Influence on Black men. In L. Barker-Hackett (Ed.), Obama on Our Minds: The Impact of Obama on the Psyche of America. Lewiston, NY: Mellen Press.

•    Liang, C.T.H., Molenaar, C., Hermann, C., & Rivera, L. (in press). Dysfunction strain programs aimed at men’s violence, substance use, and lack of self-care. In R. Levant & J. Wong (Eds.), Psychology of Men and Masculinities. Washington DC: American Psychological Association

•    Liang, C.T.H., Song. G., & Nguyen, D. (in press). Asian Americans and gender. In K. Nadal (Ed.), The Sage Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender. Los Angeles: Sage Publications. 

•    Linh, L., Inman, A.G., & Alvarez, A.N. (in press). Individuals and families of Asian descent. In D.C. Hays & B.T. Erford (Eds.), Developing Multicultural Counseling Competency: A Systems Approach (3nd Ed). Boston, MA: Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall.

•    Maltese, A.V., Potvin, G., Lung, F., & Hochbein, C. (2015). STEM Education in the United States. In B. Freedman, S. Marginson, & R. Tytler (Eds.), The Age of STEM Educational policy and practice in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics across the world. London, England: Routledge

•    Sawyer, E.B., Manz, P.H, Martin, K.A., Hammond, T.C., & Garrigan, S. (2016). Teachers and Parents as Partners: Developing a community of practice to support preschool dual language learners. In J. Sutterby (Ed.), Family involvement in early education and child care (Book 20). Emerald..

•    Shapiro, E.S. (2016). Evaluating the Impact of Response to Intervention in Reading at the Elementary Level Across the State of Pennsylvania. In S.R. Jimerson, M.K. Burns, & A.M. VanDerHeyden (Eds.), Handbook of Response to Intervention: The Science and Practice of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (2nd ed.), pp. 661-676. New York: Springer Science.

•    Spokane, A.R., Moya, M., & Faris, E. (in press). Vocational Personalities in Work Environments: Perspectives on Holland’s Theory. In G. Stead & M. Watson (Eds.), Career Psychology in the South African Context. Pretoria, SA: Van Schaik,

•    Szmodis, W., & Eng, S. (2015). Cambodia. In G.A Colditz & J.G. Golson, (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Cancer and Society 2nd Edition, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

•    Szmodis, W., Russell, M., & Bodzin, A.M. (2015). Using local contexts for learning: The Caring for Cambodia approach. In S. Stratton, R. Hagevik, A. Feldman & M. Bloom (Eds.), Educating Science Teachers for Sustainability (pp. 363-379). ASTE Series in Science Education. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

•    Weathers, J., & White, G.P. (2015). Executive coaching of school leaders in an mid-sized urban school district: development of a model of effective practice.. In K.L. Sanzo, I. Sutherland, & J Scribner (Eds.), Advances in Educational Administration Vol. 22: Leading small and mid-sized urban school districts. Bangles, United Kingdom; Emerald Group Publishing

•    Wiseman, A.W., & Anderson, E. (2015). The Impact of ‘Smart’ Schooling in the Gulf: A Cross-national Comparison of ICT Infrastructure, Capacity, and Sustainability in the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries. In N. Mansour & S. Al-Shamrani (Eds.), Science Education in the Arab Gulf States: Visions, Sociocultural Contexts and Challenges (pp. 137-152). Amsterdam: Sense Publishers.

•    Wiseman, A.W., & Chase-Mayoral, A. (2015). Die Bedeutung der Neoinstitutionalistischen Theorie in der Vergleichenden und Internationalen Erziehungswissenschaft [The Relevance of Neo-Institutional Theory in Comparative and International Education] (pp.79-106). In M. Parreira-do-amaral & S.K. Amos (Eds.), Internationale und Vergleichended Eerziehungswissenschaft: Geschichte, Theorie, Methode und Forschungsfelder [International and Comparative Education: History, Theory, Method and Research Fields]. Munster: Waxmann Publishers.

•    Wiseman, A.W., & Matherly, C. (forthcoming 2016). The Promises and Problems of Professionalizing Comparative and International Education.  In E. Epstein (Ed.), Foundations of the Comparative and International Education Society: 60 Years of the World’s First Comparative Education Association. Hong Kong: Springer/Comparative Education Research Centre.

•    Wiseman, A.W., & Popov, N. (2015). An Introduction to Comparing Comparative Methodologies: A Framework for Understanding Pitfalls and Operationalizing Promises. In A.W. Wiseman & N. Popov (Eds.), Comparative Sciences: Interdisciplinary Approaches (International Perspectives on Education and Society, Volume 26) (pp.1-11). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

•    Wiseman, A.W., Anderson, E., Davidson, P., & Taylor, C S. (2015). Building a Foundation for Reflecting on Comparative and International Education: A Synthesis of Published Comparative Education Research. In A.W. Wiseman & E. Anderson (Eds.), Annual Review of Comparative and International Education 2015 (International Perspectives on Education and Society, Volume 27) (pp.1-16). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

•    Wiseman, A.W., Davidson, P., & Al-bakr, F. (2016). The Effects of Normative Assumptions on Micro-level Actions in Education Worldwide: The Contextualized Impact of Teaching with ICT. In M. F. Astiz & M. Akiba (Eds.), Comparative Education: New Perspectives on the State, the Global and the Local. Rotterdam, NL: Sense Publishers.

•    Wiseman. A.W., Damaschke-Deitrick, L., Bruce, E., Davidson, P., & Taylor, C.S. (2016). Transnational Scientized Education Discourse: A Cross-national Comparison. In J. Schmid, K.S. Amos, J. Schrader, & A. Thiel (Eds.), Internationalisierte Welten der Bildung – Bildung und Bildungspolitik im globalen Vergleich (Internationalized Worlds of Education - Education and Training Policies in Global Comparison). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Reviewed National/Int'l Conference  Papers/Presentations/Proceedings

•    Anastasio, D., Bodzin, A., Sharif, R., & Rutzmoser, S. (November, 2015). Geospatial thinking and reasoning enhanced in a structural geology and tectonics course using Web GIS. Paper presented at the 2015 Geological Society of America annual meeting in Baltimore, MD.

•    Aragona-Young, E., & Sawyer, B.E. (April 2016). Elementary teachers’ multicultural education practices. Paper presentation at the 2016 American Educational Research Association Conference Meeting, Washington, DC.

•    Bambara, L.M., & Cole, C.L. (January 2016). Improving the conversational skills of high school students through peer mediation. Poster presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International 10th Annual Autism Conference, New Orleans, LA.

•    Bambara, L.M., Cole, C.L., Chovanes, J., Thomas, A., & Tsai, S. (April 2016). Effective peer strategies for enhancing the conversational skills of adolescents with autism. Paper presented at the 2016 Council for Exceptional Children Convention and Expo, St. Louis, MO.

•    Beachum, F.D., Childs, J. C., Prier, D., Khalifa, M., Watson, T. & Green, T. (2015). Black lives matter in educational leadership. A panel presentation at the University Council for Educational Administration Conference, San Diego, CA.

•    Berkowitz, A. & Caskie, G.I.L. (August 2015). Does Personal Therapy Influence Trainees’ Perceived Competence and Self-Efficacy? Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, ON.

•    Bhagwat, R., Farrell, J. A., Gaskins, J., & Green, B. (February 2015). Advancing social justice in Veterans Affairs: Early career psychologists of color discuss programming, training, and clinical practice. Roundtable presented at the annual Winter Roundtable. New York, NY.

•    Bodzin, A. (January 2015). Science and Cultural Intersections of the Oregon Coast. Workshop presented at the 2015 Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) Annual Meeting in Portland, OR.

•    Bodzin, A. (January 2015). Web-based interactive mapping applications for use in science methods courses. Paper presented at the 2015 Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) Annual Meeting in Portland, OR.

•    Bodzin, A. (March 2015). Using educative curriculum materials to support teacher enactment of a geospatial science curriculum. Paper presented at the 2015 Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE) Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, NV.

•    Bodzin, A., Anastasio, D., & Sahagian, D. (January 2015). Using Web GIS to promote geospatial thinking and reasoning skills. Paper presented at the 2015 Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) Annual Meeting in Portland, OR.

•    Bodzin, A., Anastasio, D., Sharif, R., & Rutzmoser, S. (January 2016). Designing a Web GIS plate tectonics investigation to promote geospatial thinking. Paper to be presented at the 2016 Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) Annual Meeting in Reno, NV.

•    Bressler, D., & Bodzin, A. (April 2015). Gameful collaborative learning: Better than business-as-usual. Paper presented at the 2015 National Association for Research in Science Teaching  (NARST) Annual International Conference in Chicago, IL.

•    Bressler, D., & Bodzin, A. (January 2015). Get in the game! Using a mobile AR game to promote next gen science standards. Paper presented at the 2015 Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) Annual Meeting in Portland, OR.

•    Busch, C., DuPaul, G.J., Gormley, M.J., & Puzino, K.M. (February 2015). Substance use patterns in college students with ADHD. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando FL.

•    Casagrande, D., Burke, C., Austin, K., Hyclak, T., Pooley, K., Wurth, A., Bodzin, A., Friedman, S., Ramage, J., & Rutzmoser, S. (March 2015). Well-being while being among wells: Life satisfaction & psychosocial stress in the Pennsylvania Marcellus shale gas boom. Presentation presented at the 2015 Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA.

•    Caskie, G.I.L. (August 2016). Association of positive affect with cognitive decline in older adults of Mexican origin. Poster accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

•    Caskie, G.I.L. (November 2015). Anticholinergic medication differences in ADL/IADL, cognition, and mood: Mexican-origin older adults. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Orlando, FL.

•    Cassidy, J., Brett, B.E., Gross, J.T., Woodhouse, S.S., Powell, B., Cooper, G., & Hoffman, K.T. (March 2015). The Circle of Security-Parenting (COS-P) approach: A shift to a widely implementable model. In L. Berlin (Chair), Translating attachment-based interventions: From university incubation to community implementation and dissemination. Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA.

•    Cates, W.M. (November 2015). Breakfast with champions. Two consecutive leadership mentoring table sessions at the annual convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Indianapolis, IN

•    Codos, S.L., & Woodhouse, S.S. (2015, August). Attachment and the advisory relationship in Counseling Psychology training programs. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

•    Cole, C L., Telesford, A., & Phipps, K. (February 2016). What are YOU doing? Social-communication interventions for adolescents with ASD. Paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, New Orleans, LA.

•    Cole, C.L. (2015). Peer-mediated intervention for social communication difficulties in adolescents with Autism: Literature review and research recommendations. Proceedings of the 2015 WASET-International Conference on Education, Psychology, and Society, Venice, Italy.

•    Cole, C.L. (April 2015). Peer-mediated intervention for social communication difficulties in adolescents with Autism: Literature review and research recommendations. Paper presented at the International Conference on Education, Psychology, and Society, Venice, Italy.

•    Columba,  L. (February 2015) Effect of Book Type and Teacher Training on Math-Talk during Shared Book Reading, Research Council on Mathematics Learning.

•    Columba,  L. (October 2015). Strategies to Implement Mathematical Practices for ELLs and Struggling Students with J. Zimmer, NCTM Regional Conference, Atlantic City, NJ. 

•    Columba,  L. (October 2015). "Math Talk" in Preschool Classroom: Effect of Book Type and Teacher Training, School Science and Mathematics Association.

•    Columba, L. (March 2015). Using Augmented Reality to Teach Subitizing with M. Stotz, Laurel Highlands Mathematics Alliance (LHMA), Mathematics Educator Mini-Conference, Johnstown, PA.

•    Columba, L., Hojnoski, R., & Polignano, J. (February 2015). Effect of book type and teacher training on math talk during shared book reading in preschool classrooms. Paper presented at the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, Las Vegas, NV.

•    Dai, C., Meng, X., Fletcher, K., Kline, D., Zhao, X., & Dever, B.V. Internalizing Risk and Teacher Caring as Predictors of Personal Adjustment and Mathematics Achievement.

•    Dennis, M.S. (October 2015). Effects of Tier 2 and Tier 3 Mathematics Interventions. Paper presented at Council for Learning Disabilities, Los Vegas, NV.

•    Detwiler, B.P., & Caskie, G.I.L. (November 2015). Minority stress and the role of protective factors in the sexual minority older adult population. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Orlando, FL.

•    Dever, B.V., & Kim, S.Y. (February 2015). Measurement equivalence of the PALS academic self-efficacy scale. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), Orlando, FL.

•    Dever, B.V., & Raines, T.C. (August 2015). Universal screening for behavioral and emotional risk in schools. Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Limassol, Cyprus.

•    Dever, B.V., Dowdy, E., Raines, T.C., & Carnazzo, K. (February 2015). Stability and change of behavioral and emotional screening scores. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), Orlando, FL.

•    Dever, B.V., Fletcher, K., & Telesford, A. (August 2015). Motivational profiles by level of internalizing and externalizing risk. Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Limassol, Cyprus.

•    Dever, B.V., Hochbein, C., & White, G. (April 2016). Leadership activities and student behavioral/emotional outcomes across traditional and community schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Washington, DC.

•    Drogan, R.R., & Wood, B.K. (March 2015). Comparison of behavioral expectations and content priming to increase engagement during circle-time. Presented as a paper at the 12th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support, Boston, MA.

•    Drogan, R.R., & Wood, B.K. (March 2016). What do secondary or targeted supports look like in preschool settings?. Paper presentation at the 13th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support, San Francisco, CA.

•    DuPaul, G.J. (February 2015). Invited discussant for symposium: Measuring student social-emotional behavior in problem-solving models: Recent developments. Presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando FL.

•    DuPaul, G.J., Kern, L., Belk, G., Olson, C., Thomas, A., & Patches, S. (February 2015). Web-based parent education for ADHD preschoolers: Treatment development process and outcomes. Presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

•    DuPaul, G.J., Morgan, P.L., Farkas, G., Hillemeier, M.M., & Maczuga, S. (July 2015). Academic and social functioning associated with ADHD: Latent class trajectories from kindergarten to fifth grade. Poster presented at the Seventeenth Biennial International Society for Research in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology (ISRCAP) Scientific Meeting, Portland OR.

•    Eisenberg, R.A. & Manz, P.H. (2015). Quality of Relationships in Early Childhood Services and Parent Engagement. A poster presentation at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

•    Eisenberg, R.A., Manz, P.H., Gernhart, A., Faison, J., Whitenack, J., Manzo, J.C., Ridgard, T., & Spearot, L. (2015). Evidence-Based Decision-Making in Practice: Performance Feedback in Practitioner Supervision. A paper presentation at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

•    Eng, S. ,& Szmodis, W. (March 2015). STEM interests among Cambodian adolescents: Gender and psychological factors. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, Washington DC.

•    Faison, J., & Manz, P.H. (2015). Examining the book preferences of Latino parents of young children. A poster presentation at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

•    Faison, J., Spearot, L., & Manz, P.H. (2015). Stuck in the Middle? The Relationship Between Child Welfare Services Case Workers, Families, and School Support Staff. A poster presentation at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

•    Farina, W., & Bodzin, A. (January 2016). An asynchronous online module to promote understandings of the Bohr model of the hydrogen atom. Paper presentation at the 2016 Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) Annual Meeting in Reno, NV.

•    Ferro, J.B., & Wood, B.K. (March 2016). Effective tools for enhancing functional behavioral assessment methods in early childhood settings. Poster presentation at the 13th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support, San Francisco, CA.

•    Flately, K., Shapiro, E.S., & Guard, K. Acceptability of Teacher Judgment-Driven Rating Scales of Academic Skills.

•    Fletcher, K., & Dever, B.V. (August 2015). Motivational Profiles of Students by Special Education Status. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association  (APA), Toronto, Canada.

•    Fletcher, K., & Dever, B.V. (February 2016). Using anxiety and depression to predict elementary math achievement. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), New Orleans, LA.

•    Franklin, M., & DuPaul, G.J. (2015, February). Comorbid ADHD and anxiety: Implications for impulsivity and academics. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando FL.

•    Gallagher, E., & Dever, B.V. (August 2015). The Effects of School Climate and Self- reported Risk on Externalizing Behaviors. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA), Toronto, Canada.

•    Gallagher, E., Dever, B.V., & Hochbein, C. (February 2016). Teacher caring as a protective factor against office disciplinary referrals. Paper presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), New Orleans, LA.

•    Gallagher, E., Fletcher, K., & Dever, B.V. (February 2016). Identifying new cases of behavioral/emotional risk with universal screening. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), New Orleans, LA.

•    Gandhi, A., Vaughn, S., Kern, L., & Wexler, L. (April 2015). Improving results for all: The role of intensive intervention in federal education policy. Presented at the Council for Exceptional Children International Conference, San Diego, CA.

•    Garrigan, S.R. (June 2015). "Make Technology Meaningful: Level Up to Transformative Technology for the Classroom," ISTE Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

•    Garrigan, S.R. (June 2015). "Teaching Four Core Technologies Thru Project-Based Learning in a Single Course" (a full-day workshop), ISTE Conference, Philadelphia, PA .

•    Garrigan, S.R. (June 2016) "Designing & Teaching My First Online Course" (half-day workshop), ISTE Conference, Denver, CO.

•    Garrigan, S.R., & Barak, M. (June 2015). "International Student Teams Collaborate Building Mobile Augmented Reality K-12 Science Games," ISTE Conference, Philadelphia, PA. 

•    George, M., Zaheer, I., Evans, S.W., & Kern, L. (February 2015). Mental health service used among adolescents with emotional-behavioral disorders. Presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

•    Gernhart, A., & Manz, P.H. (2015). Maternal Depression, Child Language, and the Role of Parenting Interactions. A paper presentation at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

•    Gischlar, K.L., Martin, S.D. & Shapiro, E.S. (February,2015) Predicting Kindergarten Reading Performance From Preschool Measures of Emergent Literacy.Presented at NASP, Orlando, FL. 

•    Gormley, M.J., DuPaul, G.J., Pollack, B., Pinho, T., Franklin, M., Busch, C., Weyandt, L., & Anastopoulos, A.D. (November 2015). Psychosocial and psychopharmacological treatment of ADHD in college students: Longitudinal associations with psychological and behavioral outcomes. Poster presented at the 49th annual convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago IL.

•    Grace, K., Pendse, A., Liebenow, E., & Eng, S. (November 2015). Engaging boys in gender equity: A program evaluation at CFC schools in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of American Evaluation Association, Chicago, IL.

•    Guard, K., Shapiro, E.S., & Shinn, M. Highly Decodable Passages: A New Screening Measure for Early Readers.

•    Hadcock, O.T., Roberts, L., & Sperandio, J. (2015). Links among distributed leadership, role clarity and teacher self efficacy. Paper presented at the International Baccalaureate Conference, Macau, China.

•    Hallett, R., Mertz, N.T., Beachum, F.D., Posselt, J.R. (2015). The power of using qualitative research to advance social justice. A panel discussion at the American Educational Research Association Conference in Chicago, IL.

•    Hammer, C.S., & Sawyer, B. (November 2015). Integrating culture and language into intervention. Poster presentation at the 2015 LENA Conference: Parents Have the Power, Denver, CO.

•    Hammer, C.S., Sawyer, B.E., & Lopez, L. (November 2015). The beliefs and practices of teachers who work with DLLs: Building on the work of Dr. Patton Tabors. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Educators of Young Children, Orlando, FL.

•    Hammer, C.S., Sawyer, B.E., Lopez, L., & Blair, C. (July 2016). Preschool Teachers' Language and Literacy Practices with Preschool Dual Language Learners. Paper submitted for presentation at the 2016 National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Washington, DC.

•    Hammond, T. (2015). “You are Here”: Developing Elementary Students’ Geography Skills by Integrating Geospatial Information Technologies. Presented as a Full Paper at the annual meeting of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, Las Vegas, NV.

•    Hammond, T.C. (2016). A Geospatial Approach to Teachers' Diversity Education. Accepted as a Poster at the conference of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education. 

•    Hammond, T.C., & Baker, T.R. (March 2015). K-12 Geospatial Tools and ArcGIS Online in the Age of the White House ConnectED Initiative. Presented as a Workshop at the conference of the Society of the Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), Las Vegas, NV.

•    Hammond, T.C., & Oltman, J. (2016). The Sleeping Giant Awakens? Two Cases in Geospatial Tools Re-Shaping Curricular Content in Elementary Social Studies. Accepted as a Full Paper at the conference of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Savannah, GA.

•    Hammond, T.C., Jansen, D.K., & Oltman, J.N. (2016). Putting Ideas in Motion: Teaching Humanities With Interactive Conceptual Models in Scratch. Accepted as a Poster at the conference of the International Society for Technology in Education in Denver, CO.

•    Hammond, T.C., Oltman, J., Marsteller, R., & Mendez Martinez, D. (2015). Inside, Outside, Between: Recipes for Augmented Reality in Social Studies Learning. Presented as a Poster at the conference of the International Society for Technology in Education, Philadelphia, PA.

•    Hebie, L., & Eng, S. (March 2015). A case for supportive teachers and equal access to labs for female interest in science in the developing world. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, Washington DC.

•    Helman, A. Kern, L., & Dennis, M.S. (April 2015). Improving Science Vocabulary for Secondary English Language Learners with Reading Disabilities. Paper presented at the meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children Convention.

•    Helman, A., & Kern, L., & Shih-Dennis, M. (April 2015). CLUES: Improving Science Vocabulary for Secondary English Language Learners with Reading Disabilities. Presented at the Council for Exceptional Children International Conference, San Diego, CA.

•    Hermann, C.E., & Liang, C.T.H. (August 2015). Beyond Racial Socialization: Beliefs in an Unjust World and Social Justice Ideology. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, ON, Canada.

•    Hetrick, A., & Kern, L. (March 2015). Does a special education label differentiate high school students with behavioral problems? Presented at the 12th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support, Boston, MA.

•    Hochbein, C., & Fitzgerald, A.M. (March 2016). Spatial analysis of educational and housing opportunities of a managed school choice system. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Urban Affairs Association, San Diego, CA.

•    Hochbein, C., Dever, B., & White, G. (March 2015). Methodological challenges and technological advancements in the study of school leaders' time use: A pilot study. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association’s Using Time Diary Data in Education Research Conference, Washington, DC.

•    Hochbein, C., Dever, B.V, White, G., Mayger, L., & Gallagher, E. (January 2015). Exploring leadership activity and student outcomes in community schools. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement, Cincinnati, OH.

•    Hochbein, C., Dever, B.V., & White, G. (April 2016). A pilot study addressing the methodological challenges of studying school leader time use. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.

•    Hochbein, C., Dever, B.V., & White, G.P. (January 2015). Exploring leadership activity and student outcomes in community schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Congress on School Effectiveness and Improvement, Cincinnati, OH.

•    Hojnoski, R.L., & Wood, B.K. (February 2015) Not the BOSS, but the BOSS-EE: Measuring engagement. Presented as a poster at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)  2015 Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

•    Hojnoski, R.L., Missall, K. N., & Hendrix, N. (March 2015). Promoting spatial development: Parent and preschooler talk during play. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Philadelphia, PA.

•    Huang, T., & White, G.P. (November 2015). Teacher perceptions of effective school leadership: Validity study of NASSP School Administrators Skills instrument. Paper presented at the annual conference of the University Council of Educational Administrators. San Diego, CA.

•    Hunter, C.D., & Caskie, G.I.L. (August 2016). Race differences between religiosity and spiritual and mental well-being in late life. Poster accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

•    Inman A.G., Rehman, R.A., Canetto, S.S., Vicaria, I (August 2015) (Chairs). Psychology without borders: A roundtable discussion on International teaching, research and service. Presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

•    Inman, A G. (July 2015). CBPAR and Community Engagement. In A.G., Inman (Chair). Community Based Participatory Action Research Across International Cultures. Symposium presented at the InterAmerican Congress of Psychology, Lima, Peru.

•    Inman, A., Bullock, M., Morgan Consoli, M., & (July 2015). Challenges and Opportunities in International Collaboration: Research, Teaching, Application. Symposium presented at the InterAmerican Congress of Psychology, Lima, Peru.

•    Inman, A.G., & Eftekharzadeh, P (August 2015). Community Based Participatory Action Research in Community Engagement. In A.G. Inman (Chair). Community Engagement through Research: Opportunities and Challenges. Conversation hour presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

•    Inman, A.G., & Mollen, D. (August 2015). Guidelines for psychological practice with girls and women transnationally. Presented at the Society for the Psychology of Women International Summit. From International to Transnational: Transforming the Psychology of Women. Toronto, Canada.

•    Inman, A.G., Mobley, M., Heesacker, M., Spokane, A., Nilsson, J., & Brady-Amoon, P. (February 2015). Master’s training and state level advocacy. Symposium presented at the Council for Counseling Psychology Training Director Midwinter Conference, San Diego, CA.

•    Kern, L,. & Hetrick, A. (October 2015). What Does an EBD Label Tell Us? Presented at the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders Conference, Atlanta, GA.

•    Kern, L. & Lane, K. (October 2015). Grant Writing and Funding in a Changing Landscape. Presented at the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders Conference, Atlanta, GA.

•    Kern, L., Hetrick, A., & Custer, B. (April 2015). Accommodations for special education students with behavioral needs across five states. Presented at the Council for Exceptional Children International Conference, San Diego, CA.

•    Kim, S.Y., & Dever, B.V. (February 2016). Academic self-efficacy as a moderator between mathematics and behavioral-emotional risk. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), New Orleans, LA.

•    Kuder, B., Cawley, R., Hojnoski, R.L., & Wood, B.K. (February 2015) Not the BOSS, but the BOSS-EE: Measuring engagement. Presented as a poster at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) 2015 Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

•    Kunsch, C., Cole, C.L., Ayad, E., & Lubar, A.B. (February 2015). Teaching peers to support conversation with high school students with ASD. Mini-skills workshop presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

•    Lee, H.H., & Farrell, J.A. (February 2015). Evidence-based practice for marginalized groups: Challenges facing supervisors of color teaching EBT for marginalized populations. Roundtable presented at the annual Winter Roundtable. New York, NY.

•    Leukart, A., & Caskie, G.I.L. (August 2015). Attitudes towards Gender Roles and Lesbians/Gay Men: Differences By Fraternity Membership. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, ON.

•    Levenson, H., & Inman, A. G. (June 2015). The APA Psychotherapy Supervisors DVD Series—Comparing Three Eminent Supervisors and Their Approaches. Workshop presented at the 11th International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision. Long Island, NY.

•    Levenson, H., & Inman, A.G. (August 2015). Master supervisors show and discuss their supervision session videos. Symposium presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

•    Liang, C.T.H., & Neville, H. (August 2015). Working with critical gatekeepers to ensure the safety and justice for boys and men of color. Symposium co-chaired the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, ON, Canada.

•    Liang, C.T.H., Hermann, C., Song, G., Molenaar, C., Nguyen, D., & Rivera, L. (February 2015). Midnight Basketball: Working together to Keep Boys of Color on the Path to Success. Symposium presented at biennial National Multicultural Conference and Summit.

•    Liang, C.T.H., Hermann, C.E., Song, G., Rivera, L., Molenaar, C.M., Nguyen, D., & Eftekharzadeh, P. (August 2015). Racism, Masculinity Ideologies, Sense of Connectedness, and Academic Outcomes of Boys of Color. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, ON, Canada.

•    Maltese, A.V., & Hochbein, C. (April 2016). STEM factories: School and community characteristics of high schools producing STEM college graduates. Poster presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.

•    Manz, P.H. (2015). Home visiting and School Psychology. In R. Hojnoski (chair), At the intersection: School Psychology and Early Childhood Education and Intervention. A symposium presentation at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

•    Manz, P.H., Eisenberg, R.A., Gernhart, A.C., Faison, J., Manzo, J., Laracy, S. Ridgard, T., & Pinho, T. (2016). Little Talks: Collaboratively promoting emergent literacy among low-income, Hispanic children. A paper presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists annual convention, New Orleans, LA.

•    Manz, P.H., Eisenberg, R.A., Manzo, J.C., Power, T.J., Faison, J., Gernhart, A., & Wallace, L.S. (2016). Applying Integrity Monitoring and Performance Feedback in Evidenced-Based Home Visiting. A paper presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists annual convention, New Orleans, LA.

•    Manz, P.H., Roggman, L.A., & Power, T. (2015). Supporting home visitors’ implementation of evidenced-based practices: Collaborative development of a mobile application for integrity monitoring and performance feedback. A poster presentation at the Home Visiting Research Network Collaborative Science Day, Washington, DC.

•    Manzo, J.C. & Manz, P.H. (2016). Flexibility within fidelity: Adapting an intervention to meet family needs. A paper presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists annual convention. New Orleans, LA.

•    Manzo, J.C., Manz, P.H., Eisenberg, R. A., Gernart, A., Faison, J., Ridgard, T., Whitenack, J., Spearot, L., Roggman, L., & Power, T.J. (2015). Enhancing Child Language Development through a Home Book Sharing Intervention. A paper presentation at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

•    Marsteller R., & Bodzin, A. (January 2016). Scaffolding evidentiary reasoning in an online high school biology curriculum. Paper to be presented at the 2016 Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) Annual Meeting in Reno, NV.

•    Marsteller, R., & Bodzin, A. (January 2015). An Online Instructional Unit for Understanding Biological Evolution. Paper presented at the 2015 Association for Science Teacher Education  (ASTE) Annual Meeting in Portland, OR.

•    Martin, S.D., Gischlar, K.L., & Shapiro, E.S. (February 2015). Comparison of Two Early Literacy Screening Measures. Presented at National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

•    Molenaar, C., Liang, C.T.H., Hermann, C. (August 2015). Examining the pathways between stress appraisal, help-seeking, use of depressants and stimulants, and psychological distress in college men. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, ON, Canada.

•    Moore, S., Dowdy, E., Furlong, M.J., Dever, B.V., Harrell-Williams, L.M., Raines, T.C., & Kamphaus, R.W. (February 2016). Universal self-report screening in high school to predict internalizing symptoms. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), New Orleans, LA.

•    Morgon-Consoli, M., & Inman, A.G. (May 2015). Community Based Participatory Research and Qualitative methods”: A Fruitful Pairing? Presented at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana- Champaign, IL.

•    Nguyen, D., Liang, C.T.H., & Alvarez, A.N. (August 2015). Impact of Perceived Ethnic Discrimination Within One’s Cultural Orientations Among Chinese Adults. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, ON, Canada.

•    Nicolopoulou, A., Hindman, A., Sawyer, B., & Unlutabak, B. (July 2016). Examination of factors that promote early chilhdood narrative and vocabulary skills. Paper presentation at the Society for Scientific Study of Reading Conference, Portugal.

•    Oltman, J., & Hammond, T.C. (2016). Moravian History Mystery: Elementary Game-Based Learning About Colonial America. Accepted as a Research Paper at the conference of the International Society for Technology in Education, Denver, CO.

•    Oltman, J., & Hammond, T.C. (March 2015). Exploring the Use of a Location-Based iPad Augmented Reality Game for Elementary History Education. Presented as a Brief Paper at the conference of the Society of the Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), Las Vegas, NV.

•    Oster, D.R., Gudmundsdottir, B.G., Weyandt, L.L., DuPaul, G.J., & Anastopoulos, A.D. (February 2015). Utilization of university services: Psychosocial outcomes for students with ADHD. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando FL.

•    Patterson, S.L., & Caskie, G.I.L. (November 2015). Relations of trainee characteristics, ageism, and clinical bias: Moderation by client health status. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Orlando, FL.

•    Pham, M., Phillips, L., Jacobson, L., Dougherty, L., & Eng, S. (March 2015). An evaluation of Student Council Programs in developing Cambodia’s three goodness among students at Caring for Cambodia schools. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, Washington DC.

•    Polignano, J.C., & Hojnoski, R.L. (April 2015). Age-based sensitivity of the Individual Growth and Development Indicators – Early Numeracy. Poster presented at the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

•    Pollack, B., Gormley, M.J., Pinho, T., & DuPaul, G.J. (February 2015). Service utilization among college students with ADHD and learning disorders. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando FL.

•    Power, T.J., Watkins, M., Anastopoulos, A.D., DuPaul, G.J., & Reid, R. (July 2015). Multi-informant assessment of ADHD symptom-related impairments. Poster presented at the Seventeenth Biennial International Society for Research in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology (ISRCAP) Scientific Meeting, Portland, OR.

•    Reed, R., & Bodzin, A. (January 2016). Using Web GIS to promote geospatial thinking and reasoning about malaria in the environment. Paper to be presented at the 2016 Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) Annual Meeting in Reno, NV.

•    Reed, R., & Bodzin, A. (June 2015). Geospatial thinking and reasoning skills through GIS and public health education. Poster presented at the 2015 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Philadelphia, PA.

•    Reynolds, A.L., Koch, J.M., Inman, A G., Ciftci, A., Heesacker, M., & Burdine, K. (August 2015). Do what I say, not what I do: A discussion of faculty multicultural competence. Conversation hour presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

•    Riley-Tillman, C., Kern, L., & Danielson, L. (February 2015). National Center on Intensive Intervention (NCII): Data-driven tertiary services. Presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

•    Rosenblum, R., & Hammond, T.C. (June 2015). Conceptual Interactivity: A Content-Specific Model for Teacher Development on Interactive Whiteboards. Presented as a Research Paper at the conference of the International Society for Technology in Education, Philadelphia, PA.

•    Rosenblum, R., & Hammond, T.C. (March 2015). Middle Level Special Education Teachers' Adoption of Interactive Whiteboards in Social Studies Instruction. Presented as a Brief Paper at the conference of the Society of the Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), Las Vegas, NV.

•    Sawyer, B., Manz, P., Martin, K., Hammond, T., & Garrigan, S. (February 2015). Project TAPP: Teachers and parents as partners. Paper presented at the 2015 National Association of School Psychologists. Orlando, FL.

•    Sawyer, B.E., Atkins-Burnett, S., Hammer, C.S., , Komaroff, E., Sandilos, L., Lopez, L., & Blair, C. (April 2016). Variations in classroom language environments of preschool children who are low-Income and linguistically diverse. Paper accepted for presentation at the 2016 American Educational Research Association Conference Meeting, Washington, DC.

•    Sawyer, B.E., Atkins-Burnett, S., Hammer, C.S., Sandilos, L., Lopez, L., & Blair, C. (July 2016). Variations in classroom language environments of preschool children who are low-Income and linguistically diverse. Paper submitted for presentation at the 2016 National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Washington, DC.

•    Sawyer, B.E., Cycyk, L., Sandilos, L., & Hammer, C.S. (March 2015). “A lot of books”: Home language and literacy practices and influencing factors of African American and Puerto Rican mothers of children in Head Start. Poster presentation at the 2015 Society for Research in Child Development Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.Philadelphia, PA.

•    Sawyer, B.E., Manz, P.H., & Martin, K.A. (July 2016). Beliefs of Parents and Early Childhood Teachers on the Language Development of Preschool Dual Language Learners. Paper submitted for presentation at the 2016 National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Washington, DC.

•    Sawyer, B.E., Piasta, S.B., Santoro, J.K., Justice, L.M., & O’Connell, A. (February 2016). Examining fidelity of implementation in early childhood special education classrooms. Paper accepted for presentation at the 2016 Pacific Coast Research Conference Meeting, Coronado, CA.

•    Sawyer, L.B., Manz, P.H., Martin, K., Hammond, T. & Garrigan, S. (2015). In R. Hojnoski (chair), At the intersection: School Psychology and Early Childhood Education and Intervention. A symposium presentation at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

•    Sharp, E. & Dennis, M.S. (April 2016). Model Drawing Strategy for Fraction Word Problem Solving of Fourth Grade Students with Learning Disabilities. Council for Exceptional Children Convention, St. Louis, MO.

•    Song, G., & Liang, C.T.H. (February 2015). Culturally sensitive research with individuals of Chinese heritage. Symposia presented at the annual Winter Roundtable Conference, Teacher’s College, Columbia University, New York, NY.

•    Song, G., Liang, C.T.H., Dai, C., & Meng, X. (August 2015). Thich Nhat Hanh or Arnold Schwarzenegger? A Qualitative Examination of Masculinity Ideology in China. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, ON, Canada.

•    Spearot, L., Faison, J., & Manz, P.H. (2015). Bridging the Gap Between Child Protective Services and School Psychologists. A poster presentation at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

•    Sperandio, J. (2015). Online courses: Maintaining and developing a quality learning experience for students. Conference presentation for the International Education Conference: Learning Technologies in Education, Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, India.

•    Sperandio, J., & Litwiller, C. (2015). Women creating careers in educational leadership in Qatar. Paper presented at the 5th International Women Leading Education Conference, Aotearoa, New Zealand.

•    State, T., Harrison, J., & Kern, L. (March 2015). Accommodations for secondary students with behavioral disorders: Lessons learned and future directions. Presented at the 12th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support, Boston, MA.

•    State, T.M., Harrison, J., R., & Kern, L. (April 2015). Lessons learned from intervention implementation for high school students with behavioral difficulties. Presented at the Council for Exceptional Children International Conference, San Diego, CA.

•    Telesford, A., Dever, B.V., & Phipps, K. (February 2016). BASC-2 teacher ratings for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), New Orleans, LA.

•    Telesford, A., Manz, P.H., & Cole, C. (2016). Little Talks and vocabulary acquisition: Differences by gender. A poster presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists annual convention. New Orleans, LA.

•    Vallera, F., & Bodzin, A. (April 2016). AgLIT (Agricultural Literacy through Innovative Technology): A STEM Integrated, project-based, upper-elementary agricultural literacy curriculum module. Paper presented at the 2016 National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) Annual International Conference in Baltimore, MD.

•    Wallace, D., Bodzin, A., & Hammond, T. (June 2015). OhSnap: Using mobile learning technologies and authentic tasks to foster scientific citizenship. Poster presented at the 2015 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Philadelphia, PA.

•    Weyandt, L., Oster, D., Gudmundsdottir, B.G., DuPaul, G.J., Anastopoulos, A.D., & Amoroso, A.J. (November 2015). Cognitive and neuropsychological functioning in college students with ADHD. Poster presented at the 49th annual convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago IL.

•    Whitenack, J., & Manz, P.H. (2015). Early Head Start Outcomes: The Influence of Multiple Sibling Enrollment A poster presentation at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

•    Whitenack, J., & Manz, P.H. (2016). Repeated Early Head Start enrollment: Language and parent engagement outcomes. A poster presentation at the National Association of School Psychologists annual convention. New Orleans, LA.

•    Wood, B.K., Hojnoski, R.L., & Laracy, S.D. (February 2016). Engagement in young children with and without disabilities: An evaluation of direct observational methods. To be presented as a poster at the 10th Biennial Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention, San Diego, CA.

•    Wood, B.K., Hojnoski, R.L., Laracy, S.D., & Olson, C.L. (March 2015). Observational methods and their relation to ratings of engagement in young children. Presented as a paper at the 12th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support, Boston, MA.

•    Zaheer, I., Cloth, A., Gage, N., & Kern, L. (February 2015). Outcomes associated with student engagement for adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders (EBD). Presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

Editorships

•    Bambara, L. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

•    Columba, L. National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics Newsletter

•    Dever, B. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment Hochbein, C. School Effectiveness and School Improvement Kern, L. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions

•    Kern, L. School Mental Health

•    Manz, P. Journal of School Psychology

•    Wiseman, A. FIRE: Forum for International Research in Education

•    Wiseman, A. International Perspectives on Education and Society

Editorial Board Memberships

•    Bambara, L. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (formerly Mental Retardation) 

•    Bambara, L. Journal of Positive Behavior Support

•    Bambara, L. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 

•    Bambara, L. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities

•    Beachum, F. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership 

•    Beachum, F. Multicultural Learning & Teaching

•    Bodzin, A. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education – Science section. 

•    Bodzin, A. Innovations in Science Teacher Education

•    Bodzin, A. Journal of Science Education and Technology

•    Bodzin, A. The Science Teacher

•    Cates, W. Educational Technology

•    Columba, L. Journal of Mathematical Sciences

•    Dever, B. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions - Statistical Consultant

•    Dever, B. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment

•    Dever, B. Journal of School Psychology - Statistical and Methodological Advisor

•    Dever, B. Journal of School Violence

•    Dever, B. School Psychology Quarterly

•    Dever, B. School Psychology Review 

•    DuPaul, G. ADHD Report

•    DuPaul, G. Child Psychiatry & Human Development

•    DuPaul, G. Journal of Attention Disorders 

•    DuPaul, G. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology

•    DuPaul, G. Journal of Evidence-Based Practice for Schools 

•    DuPaul, G. Journal of Learning Disabilities

•    DuPaul, G. Journal of School Psychology 

•    DuPaul, G. Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Journal 

•    DuPaul, G. Mind & Brain: The Journal of Psychiatry 

•    DuPaul, G. Psychology Research & Behaviour Management 

•    DuPaul, G. School Mental Health

•    DuPaul, G. School Psychology Review 

•    Eng, S. Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

•    Garrigan, S. DeGruyter Open Journal Editorial Board 

•    Hammond, T. Educational Technology Research & Development 

•    Hammond, T. Journal of Research on Technology in Education 

•    Hojnoski, R. Assessment for Effective Intervention 

•    Hojnoski, R. Journal of Early Childhood and Infant Psychology

•    Hojnoski, R. Journal of Early Intervention

•    Hojnoski, R. Journal of School Psychology 

•    Hojnoski, R. School Psychology Quarterly

•    Hojnoski, R. School Psychology Review

•    Hojnoski, R. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education

•    Inman, A. Asian American Psychological Association Journal (2008-2010) (2014-present) 

•    Inman, A. Counseling Psychology Quarterly (2013-present) 

•    Inman, A. Psychotherapy (2008-present)

•    Kern, L. Behavior Disorders

•    Kern, L. International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy 

•    Kern, L. Journal of Behavior Analysis of Offender and Victim Treatment and Prevention

•    Kern, L. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities 

•    Kern, L. School Psychology Review

•    Liang, C. Psychology of Men and Masculinity

•    Liang, C. The Counseling Psychologist

•    Manz, P. Journal of Behavioral Education 

•    Manz, P. Journal of Positive Behavioral Interventions

•    Manz, P. Journal of School Psychology 

•    Manz, P. School Psychology Review 

•    Sawyer, L. Infants and Young Children 

•    Shapiro, E. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment

•    Shapiro, E. Learning Disability Quarterly

•    Shapiro, E. School Psychology Review 

•    Shih, M. Journal of Behavioral Education

•    Shih, M. Learning Disabilities Research and Practice

•    Shih, M. Learning Disability Quarterly

•    Wiseman, A. Educational Administration Quarterly 

•    Wiseman, A. IEA-ETS Research Series

•    Wiseman, A. Multicultural Education Review 

•    Wiseman, A. Supranational Policies on Education Review 

•    Wood, B. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions 

•    Wood, B. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education 

•    Woodhouse, S. Psychotherapy

•    Woodhouse, S. The Counseling Psychologist

Awards

•    Dever, B. Early Career Scholar, School Psychology Research Collaboration Conference

•    Dever, B. President & Provost’s Faculty Development Travel Grant

•    Eng, S. Faculty Research Grant

•    Eng, S. Iacocca International Internship Foundation

•    Inman, A. 'Ohana Honors Award, Counselors for Social Justice, American Counseling Association

•    Inman, A. 2014 Asian American Journal of Psychology Best Paper Award: "Psychological Research on South Asian Americans: A Three-Decade Content Analysis." Asian American Psychological Association 

2015

•    Inman, A. 2015 Excellent Contribution Award, International Section, Division 17, American Psychological Association

•    Spokane, A. Elder Award for Distinguished Contributions

•    White, G. Iacocca Professor of Education