Wednesday, June 6, 2012

FCS Students and Faculty Present Their Research

FCS Students and Faculty Present Research at the Annual
Ohio Association of Family & Consumer Sciences
     On March 23 and 24, 2012 three Child and Family Studies seniors, as well as the FCS faculty, presented their research at the Ohio Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (OAFCS) annual meeting in Dublin, Ohio. OAFCS is an affliate of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS). The mission of the AAFCS is to provide leadership and support for professionals whose work assists individuals, families, and communities in making informed decisions about their well being, relationships, and resources to achieve optimal quality of life. The Ohio conference focused on connecting professionals and balancing lives.

Student Presentations
Rachel Ritter presented:
"Parents Participation in their Children's School Readiness"

Cassie Baird presented:
"An Examiniation of the Relationship Between Depression and Student Retention in Undergraduate Higher Education"

Margaret Mitchell presented:
"Comparing School Children's and their Parents' Social Skill"

Faculty Presentations
Dr. Cindy Moseman, along with Diane Karther, Coordinator of Ashland County and Children First Council, presented:
"Talk, Read, Play... Together. Connecting Professionals to Promote School Readiness"

 Dr. Jackie Wilkens presented:
"A Marriage Between Mental Health Professionals and Schools: Helping Everyone Balance Work, Life, and Mental Well-Being"
Dr. Nancy Morris and Dr. Debbie Sullivan presented:
"Developing Cultural Understanding: The Cultural Triangle Paradigm"

No comments:

Post a Comment