Voices of Impact 2021
Five minutes. Eleven speakers.
The Voices of Impact Speaker Series event looked a little different in 2021, but we are still so excited to share our voices! Hear from 11 faculty in our college who shared their knowledge on issues impacting society today.
Communication: Translate Others' Behavior
Reading's Impact on Learning Science
Dr. Cindy Guerrero, Texas A&M University Department of Educational Psychology, explains why reading is fundamental in learning science and how we should support teachers in literacy-integration in science to benefit students!
Teaching Reading is Rocket Science
Antisocial Social Science
Where There's Hope, There's Life
What Can Creatine Do for You?
What is Bayesian Logic?
Dr. Christopher Thompson, Texas A&M University Department of Educational Psychology, explains and shares how he uses it in his own work to be more transparent with his audience.
Supporting Women in STEM
There is increasing evidence that many types of diversity, such as gender diversity, in collaborative team science leads to more innovation.
Dr. Paul Hernandez, Texas A&M Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture, created a program that supports women’s persistence in geoscience fields!
The Complex Role of a Principal
While high-performing schools are the result of a team effort, a school can only reach its potential with a strong principal — someone who organizes, empowers and inspires.
Dr. Brendan Bartanen, Texas A&M University Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development, explains the complex and important role principals play in the success of schools.
What It Means to Lead
Dr. Christine Stanley, Texas A&M University Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development, shares the importance of leading through the lenses of intersectionality, organizational culture and identity!