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Paulo Freire As Learning Theorist, John Holst Jan 2019

Paulo Freire As Learning Theorist, John Holst

Adult Education Research Conference

I defend the thesis that Paulo Freire had a theory of learning. Contrary to what learning theorists sustain, I present a theory of learning in Freire’s work.


Maga, Memes And Magnificent Hair: How White Nationalism Become Rooted In American History, Gabriel A. Tucker May 2018

Maga, Memes And Magnificent Hair: How White Nationalism Become Rooted In American History, Gabriel A. Tucker

Celebration of Learning

This work seeks to analyze the history of white nationalist ideologies in American political history and compare them to the current political environment today. The primary analysis rests on the rhetoric used, clothing chosen and cultural artifacts that have been appropriated by white nationalists in attempts to further their cause.


Educational Inequality - How We Systematically Fail Our Children, Paige Ross Apr 2018

Educational Inequality - How We Systematically Fail Our Children, Paige Ross

Student Symposium

Poor urban youth of color are left behind every step of the way- beginning with education. We are failing these children by not providing them with the necessary tools to be successful today in America. Our social classes and neighborhoods are racially segregated, causing disparities in school funding, due to government legislature that further advances these forgotten children deeper into disparity.

Whites are 1.8-2.3 times more likely to graduate from college, and this push for higher education begins in pre-K programs unavailable to historically non-White impoverished neighborhoods. The issue of educational inequality always comes back to that of ...


Roundtable: Supporting Professional Masters' Programs In Social Science And Policy Fields, Elisabeth Shields Mar 2018

Roundtable: Supporting Professional Masters' Programs In Social Science And Policy Fields, Elisabeth Shields

Transforming Libraries for Graduate Students

Professional masters programs in the social sciences and policy fields prepare participants for middle and senior positions in the private sector, government, non-profits, and international organizations. In addition to ensuring further disciplinary knowledge, programs often include components on managerial, organizational, communication, policy analysis, and similar skills. Institutions are adding programs in interdisciplinary and emerging areas to their existing professional programs in business, counseling psychology, social work, and public administration.

Librarians face distinctive challenges in supporting such programs. Faculty teaching in these programs may be adjuncts unfamiliar with their institution’s library offerings and services. Some students have just completed undergraduate ...


Entrepreneurship Education Empowers Youth To Change Their Lives, Marianna Brashear, Jason Riddle Mar 2018

Entrepreneurship Education Empowers Youth To Change Their Lives, Marianna Brashear, Jason Riddle

National Youth-At-Risk Conference Savannah

The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) aims at equipping Title 1 schools with free, hands-on, engaging materials that any teacher can facilitate either individually or in a classroom setting with no background in entrepreneurship necessary. These versatile lessons, courses, and workshops teach the entrepreneurial mindset optimizing opportunities for grades 8-12 students no matter which life/career path they choose.


The Growing Challenge Of Dual Credit/Enrollment, Eric G. Tenbus, Daniel Schierenbeck Mar 2017

The Growing Challenge Of Dual Credit/Enrollment, Eric G. Tenbus, Daniel Schierenbeck

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

Face the dual credit challenge by taking back control of the program and strengthening it to ensure high academic standards. This presentation will explain the dual credit phenomenon and offer practical advice in countering it, navigating the political landmines, and making it work better for your department.


Katie Muchmore For Wku Staff Council, Katie Muchmore Aug 2016

Katie Muchmore For Wku Staff Council, Katie Muchmore

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Katie Muchmore.


Julia Johnson For Wku Staff Council, Julia Johnson Aug 2016

Julia Johnson For Wku Staff Council, Julia Johnson

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Julia Johnson.


Phyllis Townsend For Wku Staff Council, Phyllis Townsend Aug 2016

Phyllis Townsend For Wku Staff Council, Phyllis Townsend

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Phyllis Townsend.


Mike Loftis For Wku Staff Council, Mike Loftis Aug 2016

Mike Loftis For Wku Staff Council, Mike Loftis

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Mike Loftis.


Tice Edwards For Wku Staff Council, Tice Edwards Aug 2016

Tice Edwards For Wku Staff Council, Tice Edwards

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Tice Edwards.


L.R. Kennon For Staff Council, Lurien R. Kennon Aug 2016

L.R. Kennon For Staff Council, Lurien R. Kennon

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for L.R. Kennon.


Kelly Scott For Wku Staff Council, Kelly Scott Aug 2016

Kelly Scott For Wku Staff Council, Kelly Scott

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Kelly Scott.


Wren Mills For Staff Council, Wren Mills Aug 2016

Wren Mills For Staff Council, Wren Mills

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Wren Mills.


Nominations For Staff Council Election, Tuesday 8/9, Greg Hackbarth Aug 2016

Nominations For Staff Council Election, Tuesday 8/9, Greg Hackbarth

Staff Council

Email to all staff regarding special staff council election.


Call For Nominations; Staff Council Special Election, Greg Hackbarth Jul 2016

Call For Nominations; Staff Council Special Election, Greg Hackbarth

Staff Council

Call for nominations for special election to fill new positions on the WKU Staff Council.


Julia Johnson For Wku Staff Council, Julia Johnson May 2016

Julia Johnson For Wku Staff Council, Julia Johnson

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Julia Johnson.


Katie Muchmore For Wku Staff Council, Katie Muchmore May 2016

Katie Muchmore For Wku Staff Council, Katie Muchmore

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Katie Muchmore.


Cindy Wedding For Wku Staff Council, Cynthia Wedding May 2016

Cindy Wedding For Wku Staff Council, Cynthia Wedding

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Cynthia Wedding.


Hannah Digges-Elliott For Wku Staff Council, Hannah Digges-Elliott May 2016

Hannah Digges-Elliott For Wku Staff Council, Hannah Digges-Elliott

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Hannah Digges-Elliott.


Connie Spears For Wku Staff Council, Connie Spears May 2016

Connie Spears For Wku Staff Council, Connie Spears

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Connie Spears.


Martha Basham For Wku Staff Council, Martha Basham May 2016

Martha Basham For Wku Staff Council, Martha Basham

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Martha Basham.


Greg Hackbarth For Wku Staff Council, Greg Hackbarth May 2016

Greg Hackbarth For Wku Staff Council, Greg Hackbarth

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Greg Hackbarth.


Jo Ellen Scruggs For Wku Staff Council, Jo Ellen Scruggs May 2016

Jo Ellen Scruggs For Wku Staff Council, Jo Ellen Scruggs

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Jo Ellen Scruggs.


Matt Davis For Wku Staff Council, Matthew Davis May 2016

Matt Davis For Wku Staff Council, Matthew Davis

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Matt Davis.


Mary Taylor For Wku Staff Council, Mary Taylor May 2016

Mary Taylor For Wku Staff Council, Mary Taylor

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Mary Taylor.


Theresa Clark For Wku Staff Council, Theresa Clark May 2016

Theresa Clark For Wku Staff Council, Theresa Clark

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Theresa Clark.


Are Women Winning? Does Descriptive Representation Of Women In Parliament Lead To Woman-Friendly Policy In Sub-Saharan Africa?, Molly Willeford, Kathleen Montgomery, Faculty Advisor Apr 2016

Are Women Winning? Does Descriptive Representation Of Women In Parliament Lead To Woman-Friendly Policy In Sub-Saharan Africa?, Molly Willeford, Kathleen Montgomery, Faculty Advisor

John Wesley Powell Student Research Conference

Oral presentation abstract.


It Takes A Latina Candidate, Melissa Guzman, Kathleen Montgomery, Faculty Advisor Apr 2016

It Takes A Latina Candidate, Melissa Guzman, Kathleen Montgomery, Faculty Advisor

John Wesley Powell Student Research Conference

Oral presentation abstract.


The Happiest Xenophobes On Earth: Examining Anti-Immigrant Sentiments In The Nordic Countries, Maggie Zeisset, Kathleen Montgomery, Faculty Advisor Apr 2016

The Happiest Xenophobes On Earth: Examining Anti-Immigrant Sentiments In The Nordic Countries, Maggie Zeisset, Kathleen Montgomery, Faculty Advisor

John Wesley Powell Student Research Conference

Oral presentation abstract.