Sue Baldwin, a School Health Index needs-assessment tool trainer for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, conducted a full-day training on December 2 for the Maine Department of Education.
SUNY Distinguished Service Professor Sharon Cramer, Exceptional Education, and Professor Jan Stivers, Marist College, presented a paper titled “What Skills Do Teachers Need to Anticipate and Capitalize on Change? Theory and Practice for Lifelong Success in and beyond the Classroom” at the 62nd annual conference of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education in Atlanta, Georgia, February 19–22. This paper was based on the book that Cramer and Stivers published with Corwin Press in fall 2009, A Teacher’s Guide to Change. Paper co-presenters Sheldon Tetewsky, senior research analyst, and Kelly Marczynski, assistant director/senior research scientist, Center for Health and Social Research, participated in the analysis of survey data used in the AACTE presentation.
A paper by Daniel Cunningham, associate professor, Mathematics, titled “A Covering Lemma for HOD of K(R)” will be published in the Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic. Much of the research presented in the paper was conducted during his fall 2008 sabbatical.