Research Collaboration: The key to balance in the academic world
- Friday, February 21, 2014 from 9:30am to 10:30am
- Herrick Hall, 308 - view map
In the academic realm, the phrase "publish or perish" is a common one. Perhaps, a more relevant phrase would be "collaborate or perish." In a busy academic year, it is difficult to navigate and balance both teaching and research. This presentation will discuss a collaborative research project between the Marriage and Family Counseling Program and the Early Childhood Program in which both teaching and research were effectively integrated.
Department of Health and Human Development assistant professors, Rebecca Koltz and Christine Lux, are the presentators. Dr. Koltz was named the 2013 Department of Health and Human Development's Outstanding Faculty for Research and is faculty in the graduate program for marriage and family counseling. Dr. Lux is a faculty member in early childhood education.
- College of Education, Health and Human Development