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Upcoming Events

Ongoing: Statistical Consulting Services (SCS) provides free walk-in and online services!  They provide immediate, in person or round-the-clock web-based statistical support for quick questions about grant proposals, journal articles, PhD. Dissertations, M.S. Theses, and undergraduate research projects. The walk-in hours and online service are active until Friday, December 16, 2016. Walk-in hours are held in AUST 340, and the online submission form is available at http://merlot.stat.uconn.edu/www/consulting/online.php

Where: Philip E. Austin Building (Former CLAS), Room 340 or online

 

Adult Learning Faculty Updates

  • Sandy Bell was a key facilitator at the daylong, Women-in-Agriculture Programs for 21st Century Farms and Ranches Train-the-Trainer professional development program in. Portland, OR on November 29, 2016. Sandy lead participants in exploring research and best practices for supporting learning among beginning farmer and rancher women.
  • Grenier, R. S., & Collins, J. C. (2016). “Man, have I got a story for you…”: Facilitated Autoethnography as a potential methodology in HRD research. Human Resource Development Review, 15(3), 359-376.
  • Grenier, R. S., & Hafsteinsson, S. B. (2016). Shut up and be quiet: The promotion of public discussion of the 2008 financial crisis in Icelandic museums. In D. E. Clover, K. Sanford, L. Bell, & K. Johnson (Eds.), Adult Education and Museums: Social and Cultural Animation for Change. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishing.

Sandy Bell on ALP in Neag School, Youtube VideoSandy Bell on the Neag School of Education