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Nicole M. Enzinger (Education) presented a research report, “Children’s Visual Mediators for Integer Addition and Subtraction Open Number Sentences,” at the International Congress on Mathematics Education in Hamburg, Germany, this summer. This fall she presented two research posters, “The mathematical integrity of integer ‘pins’ on Pinterest” and “Prospective teachers’ attention to realism and consistency in a child’s temperature story,” at the 37th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education in Tucson, Arizona. In addition, a coauthored article, “Preservice teachers’ pictorial strategies for a multistep multiplicative fraction problem,” in the Journal of Mathematical Behavior, is available online and will be published in print later in 2017.

The Graduate School of Counseling was well represented at the Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Nov. 10-12. Collectively, Lori DeKruyf, Steve Bearden, Anna Berardi, Chris Cleaver, Keith Dempsey, Michelle Engblom-Deglmann, Jennifer Lichtenberg, Rand Michael, Beronica Salazar, Richard Shaw and Daniel Sweeney presented “Counselor Educators Lean-in to Walk the Talk: A Team Approach to Strengthening Faculty Multicultural Sensitivity.”

Ed Higgins (English) published his poem “The Shepherds” in the 10th holiday issue of Danse Macabre (Nov. 23, 2016), and his poem “Rain Song” is in the current issue of Young Ravens Literary Review: A Biannual Online Literary Journal (November 2016).

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