CoEd Emerging Scholars Initiative

The CoEd Emerging Scholars Initiative aims to support and promote innovative research efforts of nontenured, tenure-track faculty and research faculty that will (1) advance scientific knowledge or creative works in a specific field or area of professional activity, and (2) develop skills to be successful at securing external funding. The Emerging Scholar initiative is designed to support all methods of research including qualitative, quantitative, and mixed method.

2017-18 2017-18 Announcement of Research Initiative

2016-17

College of Education Emerging Scholars

Andres Perez-Rojas

Andres Perez-Rojas

Assistant Professor
Counseling and Educational Psychology

NMSU Counseling and Psychotherapy Research Project

Mohapatra-Bijoyaa

Bijoyaa Mohapatra

Assistant Professor
Special Education and Communication Disorders

Efficacy of a Behavioral Neurocardiac Intervention in Brain Injury

Woo An Yong

Yong Woo An

Assistant Professor
Kinesiology and Dance

Neuromechanical Links between the Cerebral Cortex and Muscle Coordination during Balance Performance following an Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

Randa Keeley

Randa Keeley

Assistant Professor
Special Education and Communication Disorders

Validation and Feasibility of AISSEND: the Assessment of Inclusion for Students with Special Educational Need and Disabilities

Dr. Choi

Na-Yeun Choi

Assistant Professor
Counseling & Educational Psychology

Mexican American College Students’ Attitudes Seeking Counseling:  the Role of Cultural Values. Etiology Beliefs, and Stigma

   

2015-16

College of Education Emerging Scholars

Lilian Cibils

Lilian Cibils

Assistant Professor
Curriculum & Instruction

Women Living in the Southwest of the United States Define their Role in their Children’s Education.

Dr. David Keeley

David Keeley

Assistant Professor
Kinesiology & Dance

Validating a wearable inertial sensor for collection of real-time, real-world functional movement data.

 Rene Guillaume.

Rene Guillaume

Assistant Professor
Educational Leadership & Administration

The Experience of Faculty in Color in Academe: The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Achieving the Rank of Associate Professor in Departments of Educational Leadership and Administration.

 Judith Flores Carmona (photo by Darren Phillips)

Judith Flores Carmona

Assistant Professor
Curriculum & Instruction

Survivors of Stahmann Farms Communities: Digital Family Histories as Culturally Relevant Pedagogy.

Tracie Hitter

Tracie Hitter

Assistant Professor
Counseling & Educational Psychology

Experiences with mental health service utilization by sex workers who identify as transgender.

Sang-Rok Lee

Sang-Rok Lee

Assistant Professor
Kinesiology & Dance

Effects of Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Programmed Resistance Exercise on Body Composition and Functional Capacity in Elderly Humans.

Koeun Kim

Koeun Kim

Assistant Professor
Curriculum & Instruction

Co-Investigator: Tammy Gibson, Grad Student

New Mexico Head Start Practices and Implementation of ongoing child assessment systems.