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Past Recipients

2016-2017

  • Lindsay Harris, Department of Leadership, Educational Psychology and Foundations
    "How Does First-Language Prosody Influence Reading in English? A Pilot Investigation with Native Korean Speakers" 
  • Paul Dawkins, Department of Mathematical Sciences 
    "Investigating Students' Moment-to-Moment Reading of Mathematical Proofs" 
  • Todd Reeves, Department of Educational Technology, Research and Assessment 
    "Online Professional Development of Teachers to Use Language and Literacy Assessment Data for Instructional Decision Making: Impact of Pedagogical Knowledge Scaffolds"
  • Anne Britt, Department of Psychology 
    "Connecting Task Models to Reading Behavior" 
  • Julia Ogg, Department of Psychology 
    "Parent Involvement and Early Literacy Success in Preschool and Kindergarten"
  • Elizabeth Lanza, School of Allied Health & Communicative Disorders 
    "Extending the Bridge: Examining the Effectiveness of Choral Singing in Aphasia" 
  • Daniel Feller, Department of Psychology 
    "Verb Aspect and Event Segmentation"
  • Jane Neal, Department of Psychology 
    "Moment-to-Moment Processing in the Evaluation of Scientific Explanations" 
  • Lillian Asiala, Department of Psychology 
    "Moment-to-Moment Processing in the Evaluation of Scientific Explanations"

2015-2016

  • Iwona Lech, Department of Literacy and Elementary Education
    "Language in Use: What are the Practical Applications of Usage-Based Linguistics" 
  • Julie Ogg, Department of Psychology
    "Predictors of Early Literacy Success: Parent Involvement Practices among At-Risk Youth" 
  • Karen Lichtman, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
    "Prior Knowledge, Language Instruction and Cognitive Effort in Language Acquisition"

2014 - 2015

  • Kacy Kreger, School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders
    "Semantic Representations in Children with Autism, SLI and Typical Language"
  • Marion Gibney-Desmaison, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures - "Motivation and Accent Production in English-Speaking Students of Spanish" 
  • Jodi Lampi, Department of Literacy Education
    "Whose Words Matter Most?: Students' College-Going Identities"
  • Lindsay Harris, Department of Leadership, Educational Psychology and Foundations "Investigating the Role of Sensory Modality in Reading Development and Comprehension: Evidence from Braille" 

2013-2014

  • Nathan Pontus, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
    "The Storage of Words Among Classroom and Immersion Learners of French"
  • Aldo Rodriguez, Department of Leadership, Educational Psychology and Foundations
    "Reading Motivation Among Adolescents in Four Countries"
  • Lillian Asiala, Department of Psychology
    "Effect of 'Because' on Evaluations of Explanations in Science: Testing the Influence of Individual Differences"
  • Michael Manderino, Department of Literacy Education
    "Disciplinary Literacy and Pre-Service Teacher Education: A Survey of the State of the Field"
  • Corrine Wickens, Department of Literacy Education
    "Disciplinary Literacy and Pre-Service Teacher Education: A Survey of the State of the Field"

2012 - 2013

  • Aaron Dickson, Department of Psychology
    “Examining the Literacy Performance of Native English- and Native Spanish-Speaking Students Receiving Bilingual Instruction”  
  • Jim Clinton, Department of Psychology
    “Similarities and Differences in Adopted Narratives"
  • M Cecil Smith, Department of Leadership, Educational Psychology and Foundations
    "Outcomes for Academically Underprepared Nontraditional College Students"

2011 - 2012

  • Paula DiDomenico, Department of Literacy Education
    "High School Literacy Coaching Study"
  • Vanessa Segundo, Department of Counseling, Adult and Higher Education
    "Developing Education Centered Communities through Language and Cultural Sensitivity: Latino Parent University and the Student Leadership Summit"
  • M Cecil Smith, Department of Leadership, Educational Psychology and Foundations
    "Project PAR: Validating Reading Comprehension Assessment"
  • Christopher Parker, Department of Psychology
    "Project PAR: Validating Reading Comprehension Assessment"
  • Susan K. L'Allier, Department of Literacy Education
    "High School Literacy Coaching Study"
  • Robert Reichle, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
    "Working Memory and Nativelikeness in the Processing of Verb Agreement: An Event-Related Brain Potentials Study"

2010 - 2011

  • Corrine Wickens, Department of Literacy Education
    "Integrating Physical Education & Literacy: Modeling of Physical Education Activities in a Content Area Literacy Course"
  • Jenny Parker, Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education
    "Integrating Physical Education & Literacy: Modeling of Physical Education Activities in a Content Area Literacy Course"
  • Jinhong Jung, Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education
    "Integrating Physical Education & Literacy: Modeling of Physical Education Activities in a Content Area Literacy Course"