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Title: CENN, Fall 2005, Week 7, 10101016


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CENN, Fall 2005, Week 7, 10/10-10/16
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Welcome to the College of Education
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HARDEE CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS IN HIGHER
EDUCATION
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HARDEE CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS IN HIGHER
EDUCATION
  • The Hardee Center for Leadership and Ethics in
    Higher Education supports the academic study and
    professional development of graduate students in
    the higher education program at Florida State
    University and promotes the Life Net of
    students, alumni, faculty, and friends.

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HARDEE CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS IN HIGHER
EDUCATION
  • The Center sponsors educational programs,
    research, and service activities that promote
    leadership and ethics in the field of higher
    education. The Center also conducts educational
    seminars, hosts national meetings and workshops,
    sponsors research projects, and provides
    consultation on issues related to higher
    education leadership and ethics.

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HARDEE CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS IN HIGHER
EDUCATION
  • The Hardee Center is named for Dr. Melvene
    Hardee, a former FSU Professor of Higher
    Education who was an admired educator, mentor,
    and national leader on issues of gender equity,
    leadership, values, and professional development
    in the field of higher education.

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HARDEE CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS IN HIGHER
EDUCATION
  • Hardee Fellows--Higher Education graduate
    students who achieve a 3.8 overall GPA and have
    completed 18 credit hours at Florida State
    University.
  • Hardee Fellows are named each fall at the Hardee
    Center Stryker Lecture and Fall Symposium.
    Fellows are eligible for Hardee Center travel and
    research grants, where funding allows.

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HARDEE CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS IN HIGHER
EDUCATION
  • Doctoral Hardee Fellows
  • Adria Belk
  • Adrienne Otto-Frame
  • Cheryl Brown
  • Gayle McLaughlin
  • Gordon Mills
  • Grahaeme Hesp
  • Ivan Harrell III
  • Janine Welsh
  • Juan Zhou
  • Kathyrine Scheuch
  • Laurence Alexander
  • Lisa Hagen
  • Mihaela Metianu
  • Nancy Magnuson
  • Pu-Shih Daniel Chen
  • Rachel Cooey
  • Rich Kincl
  • Ryan Carter
  • Masters Hardee Fellows
  • Angela Gaskins
  • Carrie Tucker
  • Christie Medina
  • Dusty Burrow
  • Heather Lovallo-Mize
  • Holly Jordan
  • Jesse Gomez
  • Laura Hamilton
  • Lucas Langdon
  • Meghan Greene
  • Nancy Donovan
  • Rachel Siditsky
  • Rebekah Dorn
  • Roger Montiel
  • Scott Radimer
  • Sonja Ardoin

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HARDEE CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS IN HIGHER
EDUCATION
  • The Hardee Center provides programs and services
    through the generous support of students,
    faculty, alumni, and friends. Contributions are
    invited for the following Hardee Center
    activities
  • Support for graduate student conference travel
    and program presentation
  • Support for graduate student dissertation
    research
  • Speakers and guests for Hardee Center
    professional development programs
  • Recognition of outstanding student and faculty
    leadership and scholarship
  • Special projects
  • Endowment fund for the Hardee Center

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HARDEE CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS IN HIGHER
EDUCATION
  • If you are interested in supporting the efforts
    of the Hardee Center, please contact
  • Dr. Jon Dalton at jdalton_at_admin.fsu.edu or
    850-644-6446 or
  • Mr. Andrew Watkins, College of Education Director
    of Development, at watkins_at_coe.fsu.edu or
    850-644-0565.

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HARDEE CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS IN HIGHER
EDUCATION
  • Contributions may be tax deductible to the full
    extent allowed by law. Please consult a tax
    specialist for details of your own situation.

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HARDEE CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP AND ETHICS IN HIGHER
EDUCATION
  • Hardee Center for Leadership and Ethics in Higher
    EducationThe Florida State University113 Stone
    Bldg., Tallahassee, FL 32306-4452
  • Phone (850) 644-5867 Fax (850) 644-1258
  • E-mail HardeeC_at_coe.fsu.edu

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News from MSE
  • October 12, 100 p.m.
  • 216 MCH
  • Dissertation defense
  • Veon Murdock-Stewart
  • Title Making Sense of Students' Understanding of
    Fractions An Exploratory Study of Sixth Graders'
    Construction of Fraction Concepts Through the Use
    of Physical Referents and Real World
    Presentations
  • Major professor Elizabeth Jakubowski

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News from EPLS
  • October 13, 800 a.m. 310 STB
  • Dissertation defense
  • Sookyung Suh
  • Title The Effect of Using Guided Questions and
    Collaborative Groups for Complex Problem Solving
    on Performance and Attitude in a Web-Enhanced
    Learning Environment
  • Major professor John Keller

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News from EPLS
  • October 14 800 a.m. 310 STB
  • Dissertation defense
  • Ling Xiao
  • Title How Goal Orientations, Perceived
    Competence, and Strategy Training Affect College
    Students' Use of Self-Regulated Learning
    Strategies and Achievement in Learning Chinese as
    a Foreign Language
  • Major professor John M. Keller

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Need a Career?
  • Prepare for a CAREER in Human Resource
    Development!
  • Are you interested in the fast paced life of
    corporate training and development?
  • Use your knowledge and skills to leverage
    learning to improve performance and
    organizational productivity.
  • Now accepting applications for the MS and EdS
    degree in Human Resource Development. This
    program is offered completely online for the
    distance learning students.
  • Contact Dr. John Sample at sample_at_coe.fsu.edu or
    visit the HRD web site at
  • http//www.fsu.edu/adult-ed/

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September 15--October 15
  • Hispanic Heritage Month

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SIDES Colloquium
  • October 14th
  • 12-130 pm, 206 STB
  • Education Inequality and the Demand for the
    Redistribution of Education A Descriptive Case
    Study of Vietnam
  • Josh Rew

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October 14
  • Last day to reduce course load without permission
    of academic dean. Deans permission required to
    drop below twelve (12) semester hours.
  • Last day to drop a course without receiving a
    grade.
  • Last day to withdraw without receiving a grade.
  • Last day to submit form requesting S/U grading or
    to change S/U option back to regular grade.

20
Huge Success!
  • Congratulations to Dr. Tristan Johnson, Dr.
    Aubteen Darabi, and Dr. Mike Spector for their
    new 6.18 million grant through the U.S.
    Department of Homeland Security.

Dr. Johnson
Dr. Darabi
Dr. Spector
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Friday, October 14, 2005Time 900 a.m. - 430
p.m. Oglesby Student Union Ballroom - FSU
CampusCorner of Tennessee Street and Woodward
Ave.
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C-SPAN Bus is Coming!
  • October 17, Monday
  • 9am-1pm
  • STB parking lot
  • Come to learn more about C-SPAN's mission,
    critical viewing and all of the topics C-SPAN
    coversgovernment, history, books and current
    events.

23
Sport Management Conference
  • October 20-22, 2005
  • Tallahassee, FL
  • The Sport Management Program at the Florida State
    University is proud to host the 7th annual
    conference for sport management scholars,
    students, and professionals.
  • The conference program features an exciting mix
    of academic research presentations and talks from
    highly respected professionals in the sport
    industry.

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Florida Fund for Minority Teachers Scholarship
Application Deadline November 1st
What can you gain as an FFMT Scholar?
  • 4,000 a year for two years.

What are the requirement to become an FFMT
Scholar?
Must be Resident of Florida plan to teach in a
Florida public school.
Must have Minimum 2.5 GPA
Must be African-American, Hispanic/Latino,
Asian Pacific Islander, or Alaskan Native.
Can not have more than 18 hours of upper division
course work. Must be newly admitted into a
teacher education program.
Get Application at http//www.ffmt.org/ or Jenny
Martinez 644-3763 jm04j_at_fsu.edu
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Visit COE website!
www.coe.fsu.edu
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Important October Deadlines
  • OCTOBER 24, MONDAY, 400 P.M. - Deadline for
    taking comprehensive exam or defense of thesis or
    dissertation for FALL SEMESTER.
  • OCTOBER 24, MONDAY, 400P.M. Deadline for
    submission of dissertation title to Academic
    Services, 108 Stone, for inclusion in Fall 2005
    Commencement booklet.

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Good luck!
  • EPLS doctoral students, Paul Flowers and
    Sookyung Suh, were selected as one of three
    pairs of finalists in the Performance Improvement
    Competition held by AECT/PacificCorp.
  • Paul and Sookyung will compete in the final round
    of the competition at the AECT conference on
    Saturday, October 22nd

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Eat healthy and exercise!
10 weeks left till the end of the Fall semester!
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News Needed!
  • Any news, achievements, announcements?
  • See them at CENN!
  • Contact Dr. Dina Vyortkina for details
  • 002 STB
  • 644-9623

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Have a great week!
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