Human development and education faculty present and publish research
Mari Borr, assistant professor of family and consumer sciences education, Karen Alexander (Texas Tech), Barbara Alison (Texas Tech), Karen Bergh (Central Washington University), Sue Couch (Texas Tech), Deb DeBates (South Dakota State University) and Julie Johnson (University of Nebraska) were accepted to present, “Online Teaching and Learning: Connecting the Diverse Dots,” at an educational session at the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Annual Conference and Expo in Chandler, Ariz., in June.
Anita Welch, assistant professor in the School of Education, has been appointed to the editorial review board of the Electronic Journal of Science Education.
Joe Deutsch, assistant professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences, and Sam Bjorling, graduate student in health, nutrition and exercise sciences, had an article, "How to Run a Baseball Hitting Camp in a Small Town Market," accepted for publication in the Journal of Youth Sports.
John Schuna, graduate student in health, nutrition and exercise sciences, and Bryan Christensen, associate professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences, published “The jump squat: Free weight barbell, smith machine, or dumbbells?” in the Strength and Conditioning Journal.
Amelia Asperin, assistant professor of apparel, design and hospitality management, had her journal article, “Developing a best practice guide for increasing high school student participation and satisfaction in the National School Lunch Program,” published in the Journal of Child Nutrition and Management.