Thursday, Feb. 23, 2023 | 800 N. Main St. Bryan, TX
hosted by the Texas A&M School of Education and Human Development

Five minutes.

Nine speakers.

One purpose.

Voices of Impact provides a platform for faculty experts from across the School of Education and Human Development to share their knowledge on issues impacting society today. This year’s edition will feature faculty and doctoral students from our School sharing their insight with the Bryan-College Station community.

Voices of Impact 2023

Thursday, February 23
Ice House on Main | 800 N. Main Street
Doors open (5 p.m.)
pre-event refreshments served
Speakers (6 p.m.)
Reception (7 p.m.)

Free parking is available at the Ice House parking lot and along N. Main Street and N. Tabor Ave.

We are committed to creating inclusive and accessible events. This event is wheelchair accessible, and an ASL sign language interpreter will be provided. We will honor other reasonable accommodations received by February 16th at

The Voices of Impact Speaker Series is a reflection of the School’s commitment to advancing the current and impactful research of our faculty.

Dr. Michael de Miranda
Dean, School of Education & Human Development

2023 Speakers

Reenergizing the American Dream
Dr. Francis Quek

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A Conquest to Control Cancer
Dr. James Fluckey

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Becoming Burnout-Proof
Dr. Lizette Ojeda

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Retaining Beginning Teachers
Dr. Matthew Etchells

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Tackling the Teacher/Coach Shortage
Dr. Michael Thornton

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Charter Schools’ Spot at the Table
Dr. Nathan Hawk

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Coming Out & Mental Health
Jennifer Ackerman
The Power of Using Your Voice
Kimia Carter
Understanding Inclusion and Accessibility
Meaghan Devlin