Faculty and Staff Published Works

Podcast/Video Interviews


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Being a Good Partner: How to Work with Employers in a Pandemic

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Dolan, S. (Guest) with Jeffe, S. (Host). (2020, November 19). Being a Good Partner: How to Work with Employers in a Pandemic. Ruffalo Noel Levitz podcast. https://www.ruffalonl.com/blog/enrollment/being-a-good-partner-how-to-work-with-employers-in-a-pandemic/ In challenging times, like a pandemic, it can make working together difficult. This podcast offers advice about how to proceed with corporate outreach today, what kind of structure …

Teaching strategies during COVID-19

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Zendell, A. (Guest) with Donato, D. (Host). (2020, August 27). Teaching strategies during COVID-19. In Upstate Issues Podcast. https://wgy.iheart.com/content/2020-08-27-upstate-issues-podcast-teaching-strategies-during-covid-19/   For those institutions and individuals who are not already accustomed to distance learning, COVID-19 presented huge challenges.  In this podcast, Zendell shared information about planning for new approaches to reach students, teacher workloads, and about …

Journal Articles


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Building Community: A Holistic Approach to the Online Student-Alumni Cycle

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Lesht, F., Schejbal, D., Shiel, R., and Kendall-Taylor, L. (2020). Building Community: A Holistic Approach to the Online Student-Alumni Cycle. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 20(6), 132-140. Academic and support needs of online students are often neglected by the colleges and universities of which they are a part. Institutions often don’t know how …

Hulu’s Mrs. America and the Real History of the Battle Over the ERA

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This review offers a perspective on the accuracy of history portrayed as in the show Mrs. America. The show, which portrays the fight for and against the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s, features a star-studded cast, including Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne, Uzo Aduba, Elizabeth Banks, Tracy Ullman, and Sarah Paulson to portray activists Phyllis …

Conference Presentations


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Training Leaders for the 21st Century Through an Immersive Graduate Interdisciplinary Curriculum

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Zendell, A., Ward, C., Schmidt, G., Paludi, M., Oliver, M., Estwick, A, and Dolan, S. (2020, November). Training Leaders for the 21st Century Through an Immersive Graduate Interdisciplinary Curriculum. Presentation online at Online Learning Consortium Accelerate conference. The presentation explored the growing importance of interdisciplinary studies to tackle today’s complex organizational and societal problems. We …

Epistemic Trust in the Online Classroom: How instructors build relationships with adult learners to enhance student learning

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Rapple, L. and Zendell, A. (2020, November). Epistemic Trust in the Online Classroom: How instructors build relationships with adult learners to enhance student learning. Presentation online at Online Learning Consortium Accelerate conference. We reviewed the results of a research study that examined the importance and way that online instructors build a trusting relationship with adult …

An On-line Graduate Research Symposium as a Form of Experiential Learning. 

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Zendell. A., Paludi, M., & Mosca, C. An On-line Graduate Research Symposium as a Form of Experiential Learning.  Submitted to the 2021 UPCEA Conference. We offer a discussion of the design and implementation of the College’s inaugural virtual graduate research symposium.

Books


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The psychology of diversity

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Paludi, M., Campbell, J., Bontempi, E., & Semmar, Y. (Eds.). (in production).  The psychology of diversity.  New York:  Springer. An overview of psychological issues with respect to diversity, equity and inclusion in a variety of organizations. Recommendations for policies, training programs and courses ae offered.  

Women and leadership

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Denmark, F., & Paludi, M. (Eds.). (2018).  Women and leadership.  New York:  Springer.  https://www.springer.com/gp/book/978331972181 1   An overview of current research on women and leadership in a variety of disciplines; an overview of research on gender stereotyping, recommendations for organizations for eliminating discriminatory treatment of women leaders.

Psychology of women:  Handbook of issues and theories. 3rd ed.

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Denmark, F. & Paludi, M. (Eds.). (2017). Psychology of women:  Handbook of issues and theories. 3rd ed.  Santa Barbara, CA:  Praeger.  https://products.abc-clio.com/abc-cliocorporate/product.aspx?pc=A4977C An overview of career, health, mental health, education, and family issues in the psychology of women.

Blog Articles


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Ways to Improve Interaction among Students in Online Courses

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Lesht, F. and Schejbal, D. (2020, October). Ways to Improve Interaction among Students in Online Courses. The Teaching Professor. https://www.teachingprofessor.com/topics/online-learning/ways-to-improve-interaction-among-students-in-online-courses/ Have you ever wondered what your students’ perceptions are of required student-to-student interactions in online classes? They’ve answered and are eager to share their perspectives. Their answers are analyzed, and tips given on how to …

PhD Dissertations


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Considerations of A Tuition Reset at Small, Non-Selective Liberal Arts Colleges

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Holt, L. (2019) Considerations of A Tuition Reset at Small, Non-Selective Liberal Arts Colleges [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. University of New England. https://dune.une.edu/theses/246/ Small, non-selective liberal arts colleges have been increasingly caught in a cycle of deepening discount rates to ensure student enrollments while raising tuition rates to earn more funds from students paying the full …