Fall 2020 School of Education Student Scholarship Exhibition
The SOE Scholarship Exhibition is a virtual poster session hosted by the School of Education. The purpose of this event is threefold:
- Highlight student scholarly endeavors within our school and celebrate research that is completed or underway.
- Create an opportunity for School of Education students at all levels to think about research and how it improves our respective fields.
- Recognize and appreciate the work of student peers.
Fall 2020 Schedule
Monday, December 7 through Wednesday, December 9
- Posters are now available online for viewing on this website by using the navigation links at the top of the page to access the four category galleries:
- Proposed Research
- Research Completed or Research In Progress
- Experiential Education and Clinical Practice Reflections
- Creative Practice.
Thursday, December 10 from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Scholarship Exhibition Closing Ceremony & Awards with Educational Research Panel on COVID19 and its Educational Impacts
Panel ParticipantsNatasha Cornell serves as the Director of Noncredit Student Services at NYU, School of Professional Studies. She is responsible for developing and implementing inclusive support services for a diverse student body. Prior to her current role, she has served in various leadership positions in Student Affairs. She has been a higher education practitioner for over 20 years. Natasha holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational communication from SUNY New Paltz and a master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from New York University. Currently, she is pursuing her doctorate degree in Educational Leadership at Monmouth University. Her areas of interest include organizational learning and development, inclusive leadership, emotional intelligence, and reflective practice.Derek Tranchina is a recent graduate of the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership at Monmouth University. His dissertation, entitled “The Impact of an Extracurricular Student Technology Leadership Club on Student Affect, Achievement, and School Technology Use at the Middle School Level” involved the implementation of a student club known as the S.W.A.T. Team (Students Working to Advance Technology). Currently working as an adjunct Professor in the Department of Education at Monmouth, Derek also works in the Ocean Township School District as a Technology Integration Specialist. Furthermore, he is a consultant on behalf of Kiker Learning, a Google for Education Partner Organization, and is a regular presenter at various education conferences including Techspo, the NJEA Convention, and Garden State Summit.Dr. Ai Kamei, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Special Education at Monmouth University. Her research and teaching focus on evidence-based strategies for classroom and behavior management in inclusive settings, social emotional learning, instructional technologies, teacher education, and students and families from diverse backgrounds. Currently, Dr. Kamei and her colleagues are working on research projects related to how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted special education professionals, particularly the challenges and concerns experienced during remote-teaching.
Dr. Vernon Smith