November 2021 Faculty News

George Kantelis

November 30, 2021

Megan BuningDr. Megan Buning, teaching specialist for FSU COACH, recently published an article on Sport Coach America entitled "Reverse Engineering the Mental Game."






November 30, 2021

Cam BeattyAssistant Professor Cameron Beatty was recently featured as a guest speaker on the SACSA Podcast. The show features interviews from prominent faculty across the SACSA region. Hosted by Dr. Michelle Boettcher, the podcast members discuss the most pressing issues facing higher education. See the most recent episode, which features Dr. Cam Beatty.





November 29, 2021

AmalAssistant Professor Amal Ibourk recently co-authored a book chapter in the International Handbook of Research on Multicultural Science Education. The chapter is entitled "Toward Equitable Science Instruction: The Current State of Elementary Science Education in the United States and Policy Considerations."






November 23, 2021

Dr. YoonAssistant Professor Eunhui Yoon co-authored an article entitled "Introducing Korean adolescent counselling systems: Implications for future directions." The piece discusses the current state of counselling systems available to Korean adolescents that face high levels of stress due to the competitive nature surrounding the Korean education system.

The article was published online to Counseling and Psychotherapy Research and will have a paper publication in January 2022.





November 23, 2021

Cam BeattyCameron Beatty, Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Florida State University, will soon be a featured expert on The Hunt Institute's new webinar entitled "Racial Battle Fatigue and the Lack of Representation in Mental Health Services for Postsecondary Students." Dr. Beatty will be discussing the mental health needs and challenges associated with racial battle fatigue.






November 17, 2021

perryTeaching Faculty member Dr. Jennifer Perry recently presented "Planning For Change: Including Vision Loss as a Covered Condition of Medical Insurance" at the MIssissippi AER (Association for the Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired) Conference. The presentation, which proposed a change in Medicaid benefits to expand vision coverage in all states and include vision loss as a standard benefit, will be featured on AER E-Learning, which is a professional development platform for professionals in the field of blindness. Through the platform, professionals can further their education and re-certify with the ACVREP (Association for the Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals).

November 10, 2021

BaghurstDr. Timothy Baghurst, Professor of Education and the Director of FSU COACH: Interdisciplinary Center for Athletic Coaching, was recently featured as a guest on the Beyond The Bench podcast.







November 9, 2021

BretDr. Bret Staudt Willet, Assistant Professor of Instructional Systems & Learning Technologies, received an Outstanding Service Award from the Research & Theory Division of the Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT). Dr. Staudt Willet was recognized during the AECT International Convention for his award which recognizes outstanding service and commitment to the Research and Theory Division.






Nov. 3, 2021

Jason Pappas, FSU FacultyJason Pappas, teaching faculty in the Department of Sport Management, will be a guest on the Sports and the Law panel at the University of Ottawa on Thursday, November 4th, 2021. He’ll be discussing his recent book, “Masters of the Game,” which features the life experiences of sports professionals from a variety of backgrounds.  





Nov. 2, 2021

kathycamcamkathyDr. Kathy Guthrie (left) and Dr. Cameron Beatty (right) have co-authored book entitled "Operationalizing Culturally Relevant Leadership Learning." The book, which focuses on leadership development within higher education through the application of the Culturally Relevant Leadership Learning Model, seeks to help leaders in education create learning spaces in higher ed that are socially equitable.