Recent Publications with and by Ed Psych Students, Alumni, and Faculty
We congratulate our students, alumni, and faculty of the Ph.D. Program in Educational Psychology at the Graduate Center for their latest publications and authorship!
Halkitis, P.N. (2019). The Public Lives of Gay Men from Stonewall to the Queer Generation. New York, NY: Oxford University Press (ISBN-13: 978-0190686604)
., Todorova, R., Babel, L., & Surian, A. (2018). Values analysis of global education initiatives. In D.T. Dolejšiová (Ed). Innovation, values, and policies in global education.
(pp. 39-70). GENE, Global Education Network Europe. (http://www.gene.eu
) (ISBN: 978-1-911607-14-4).
., Duncan, R.O., Marchenko, F
. (2018). Meta-communication between designers and players of interactive digital narrative. In R. Rouse, H. Koenitz, M. Haahr (Eds.). Interactive Digital Narrative
, 2018, LNCS 11318, Springer, pp. 134–142. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-04028-4_10
** Nominated for the best paper award at ICIDS 2018!
About The Authors
Perry N. Halkitis is Dean and Professor at the School of Public Health at Rutgers University and a alumni of the Ph.D. Program in Educational Psychology at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. For over two decades, Dr. Halkitis's program of research has examined the intersection of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections, drug abuse, and mental health burden, and the biological, behavioral, psychosocial, and structural factors that predispose these and other health disparities in the LGBTQ population.
Colette Daiute is a Professor in the Ph.D. Program in Educational Psychology at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Dr. Daiute is a June – July 2019 Visiting Scholar of the Department of Law at the University of Naples Federico II. Her focus is on research and teaching on narrating for clinical lawyering in social integration cases.
Fedor Marchenko is a current student in the Ph.D. Program in Educational Psychology at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
Submitted on: MAY 22, 2019
Category: Educational Psychology