Faculty publication roundup, August 2021

This month, Sherman Dorn says Americans' misplaced concerns for their kids have helped conspiracy theories flourish; Leigh Wolf and Ray Buss on establishing community in an online EdD program; and Lauren Harris and MLFTC alumna Stephanie Reid (Univ. of Montana) offer a podcast on teaching genocides.

Adam Carberry — affiliate faculty; associate professor, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering (Polytechnic School)
Ying-Chih Chen — associate professor
Matthew Derrick — EdD student: Leadership and Innovation
Ashley Dominguez — PhD student: Learning, Literacies and Technologies; graduate research assistant
Sherman Dorn — professor
Lauren McArthur Harris — associate professor | Stephanie Reid — assistant professor, University of Montana; PhD '20: Learning, Literacies and Technologies
Bryan Henderson — associate professor | April Holton — clinical assistant professor
Areej Mawasi — PhD: Learning, Literacies and Technologies '21; research associate, Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Colorado–Boulder | Ruth Wylie — associate research professor; assistant director, Center for Science and the Imagination
Andrea Weinberg — assistant professor
Leigh Wolf — clinical associate professor | Ray Buss — professor

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