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Good things happening in our Community

College of Education and Human Services benefits the community in a variety of ways including, research, service and education. EHS/Talks was the inaugural tool that showed how the college's faculty members are helping communities both locally and globally. Exciting activities are going on within the college and we want to spread the news, create a buzz and show the passion our faculty members have for their field of study.


Kristiana Feeser, M.A., Teaching Assistant, Kinesiology | Doctoral Student, Applied Psychology, Psychology
Intersex: It's Not Just Male & Female

Kristiana Feeser

Harvey Henson, PhD, Assistant Professor, Curriculum and Instruction and Geology | Interim Director, STEM Education Research Center
Illinois Science Assessment Partnership

Harvey Henson

Elaine Jurkowski, PhD, Professor, School of Social Work
Improving Population Health through Interprofessional Education (IPE) and Collaboration

Elaine Jurkowski

Jennifer Koran, PhD, Associate Professor, Counseling, Quantitative Methods, and Special Education | Department of Psychology
Yanyan Sheng, PhD, Professor, Counseling, Quantitative Methods, and Special Education | Department of Psychology
Standard Setting & the Illinois Report Card

Koran and Sheng

Justin McDaniel, PhD, Assistant Professor, Public Health and Recreation Professions
Rural-Urban Disparities in Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Military Service Members and Veterans

Justin McDaniel

Atheana Meadows, M.A., CCC-A, Licensed Audiologist and Lecturer, Rehabilitation Institute
Chandra Gilliam, President, SIUC Chapter National Speech Language Hearing Association and Senior, Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
SIUC Communication Disorders and Sciences Program: Promoting Auditory Health and Hearing Loss

Meadows and Gilliam

Wendi Middleton, PhD, Assistant Professor, Public Health and Recreation Professions
Tick-borne Diseases

Wendi Middleton

Grant Miller, PhD, Associate Professor, Curriculum & Instruction
Individualizing Instruction: A Sea Change Comes in the Oldest Profession (i.e. Education)

Grant Miller

Nancy Mundschenk, PhD, Associate Professor, Director, Teacher Education Program
April Teske, M.Ed, Assessment Coordinator, Teacher Education Program
Teachers Change the World -- One Student at a Time!

Mundschenk and Teske

Crystal Shelby-Caffey, PhD, Associate Professor, Curriculum & Instruction
K-12 Teacher Enhancement Project

Crystal Shelby-Caffey

Taeho Yoh, PhD, Professor, Kinesiology
Commitment to Community Service | Sport Administration Program

Taeho Yoh

JLin Zhong, PhD, Assistant Professor, Workforce Education and Development
Addressing Diversity in Higher Education through Personalized Learning

Lin Zhong