Crystal Howell, professor of education, was named president of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, a national scholarly society, this fall.
She also received the 2021 Francis P. Hunkins Distinguished Article Award in the category of teaching from the Curriculum Teaching Dialogue journal for her article, “‘A Rose by Any Other Name’: The Significance of Naming in Face-to-Face, Online, and Hybrid Teaching.”
In addition, she presented at the 17th International Congress for Qualitative Inquiry last spring. She and Libba Willcox, from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, presented “Pasta, Pavlova, & Paradigms: Shared Creative Work Experiences (SCrWE) as a Recipe for Meaningful Co-Production.”
Howell also discussed “Using Google tools to support composition, feedback, and revision during extended research” during the Central West Virginia Writing Project Reading-Writing Connections Conference last spring.Tags: American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, Crystal Howell, education, faculty research, Faculty Scholarship, research