Recent NewsNovember 22, 2019
Dr. Rod Bassett Publishes Article with Students and Kristen Driskill Selected As 2020 Clinical Fellow
Dr. Rod Bassett and several RWC students recently received word that their paper: “May Grace Abound: Making God’s Grace Cognitively Salient May Increase Reparative Action” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Psychology and Theology. The student co-authors, who were undergraduate psychology majors when the research was conducted, included: Sarah Scott, Renee Blodgett, Mika Barnhart, Noelle Batterson, Ashley Hall, McKennzie Muir, and Melissa Emerson.
Kristen Driskill has been invited to be a 2020 Clinical Fellow. She will be participating with a select group of teacher educators from across the country in a symposium of network scholars looking to “turn teacher education upside down” and put clinical practice at the center of all teacher education endeavors. Due to Kristen’s work and research regarding clinical practice, she not only will contribute greatly, but will bring back forward-thinking information to best prepare our teacher candidates. Clinical Fellows are a group of teacher educators, PK-12 school personnel, clinical field coordinators, and others who have strong interest in clinical practice. Fellows are selected through a competitive application process.
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