From PhD to Professor: Tips for a Successful Academic Job Search

RLEMC Brown Bag
Friday, November 3rd
Ramseyer Hall Room 200

Newly appointed assistant professors, Dr. Hagge and Dr. Nelson, draw from their own recent experiences to share helpful tips for navigating the job search process including:

  • Vitae preparation
  • Finding job posts
  • Creating cover letters, research and teaching statements
  • Navigating campus visits
  • Negotiating contracts

All EHE graduate students are welcome to attend!

Methodological Colloquium

A Study of Classroom Learning with a Mixed Model for Ordinal Variables, with Emphasis on Individual Differences

Friday, November 3rd
Ramseyer Hall Room 136

Robert Cudeck, PhD
Department of Quantitative Psychology

Dr. Rod Rose Presentation and Visit

On Tuesday, October 31st, the RMC is hosting Dr. Rod Rose, Research Assistant Professor, UNC Chapel Hill (CV attached). As part of his visit, Rod will be presenting on methodological issues related to causal inference (10-11:30 EHE Commons). For an abstract and link to RSVP, interested folks should consult our RMC website at In light of the current emphasis being placed on research rigor, we believe that this topic and associated discussion will be of great benefit to faculty and graduate students of our College. We hope that this talk will provide inspiration for attendees to consider and embrace new methods of inquiry.

Rod will also be meeting with faculty and students by request on the afternoon of Oct. 31st to discuss their work and provide additional, personalized support. To arrange a meeting, interested persons should contact Sandy Reed at the RMC. Sandy is coordinating Rod’s schedule and will work with them to get a meeting on his calendar.


Methodological Colloquium

The Relationships between Methods, Theory, Positionally, and Fieldwork: The Emergent Methodological Praxis of an Educational Ethnography

Friday, October 27th
Ramseyer Hall 136

Dr. Sara M. Childers
Adjunct Professor
College of Education and Human Ecology

Emotions in Education

A roundtable discussion sponsored by AEPPHS

Friday, October 20th
Ramseyer Hall 136

Join in the conversation with our introductory Hot Topics in Education Series, which we intend to be a bi-yearly meeting of graduate students and faculty interested in discussing current issues that exist in education. During this meeting, we will host an informal discussion about the current work that educational psychologists, philosophers, and historians are doing regarding this important topic.

Coffee and Bagels will be provided.


Methodological Colloquium

Sequential Multiple Assignment Randomized Trial (SMART) Designs: A new and innovative alternative to the randomized control trial

Friday, October 13th
Ramseyer Hall Room 136

Jessica Logan, PhD
Assistant Professor
Quantitative Research, Evaluation and Measurement


New Course SP18: EDUCST 5880

EDUCST 5880.04S: Interprofessional Education: Collaboration in Urban Communities
Spring Semester 2018
Tuesday, 4:30-6:50pm

Develop and practice skills necessary for interprofessional collaboration in solving complex human problems in a case based format with a particular focus on urban communities the first half of the course. This will prepare students for the second half of the course which will be focused on students, faculty, community residents, and professionals offering research-based solutions to community identified challenges. There will be a focus on community asset mapping, best professional and interprofessional practices, and teamwork. This will culminate in a service learning project at the end of the semester.

For more information, feel free to contact Antoinette Miranda at or 614-292-5909.


2018 EHE Student Research Forum


We are now accepting applications for proposals to present at the 2018 EHE Student Research Forum. This annual event, sponsored by the College of Education and Human Ecology Office of Research, highlights the research of our graduate and undergraduate students. Last year, there were almost 100 student presentations, both oral and poster, describing completed, in-progress, and proposed studies, literature reviews and research methodology (new this year)! Please share this information with your students and encourage them to submit a proposal, then save the date so that you can attend as well!


SAVE THE DATE! The 2018 EHE Student Research Forum will be held on Friday, February 23, 2018 from 8:30AM to 2:45PM, at the Ohio Union, 1739 N. High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43210.


Applications to present at the forum are now being accepted! Apply online today at! The deadline for proposal submission is midnight on Tuesday, October 31, 2017. Additional information can be found on our website at


Please direct any questions about the forum to Rebecca Chacko at


Thanks so much for your continued support of our student’s research efforts!



Rebecca J. Chacko



Rebecca J. Chacko Administrative Coordinator, Buckeye Wellness Innovator Education & Human Ecology Office Of Research 153 Arps Hall | 1945 North High Street Columbus, OH 43210 614-247-2412 Office