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Dr. Michael Omolewa's Presentation

Dr. Michael Omolewa Did you miss Dr. Michael Omolewa's presentation and wished you could have heard it? You still have the opportunity to watch a video of the presentation. The hour-long video is a large file. Depending upon your Internet capabilities, options for viewing the video are below.

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WTF (Wendy Turner-Frey) apps ready for download

Dr. Wendy Turner-FreyWTF are the initials of Dr. Wendy Turner-Frey, associate professor of social work, but in the age of texting, these three letters make some of us think of something entirely different - Turner-Frey’s intention when developing the name of her new apps for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad: WTF Research and WTF Statistics.

“Students often point out what my initials can stand for, so I thought, ‘I’ll name my application that – it’ll at least get students interested.’”

WTF Research is essentially a decision-making tree for graduate students conducting research. Turner-Frey has used a similar process in past social work graduate classes to teach research methods. “One student pointed out that I should turn my laminated decision-making tree into an app,” Turner-Frey said. So she did.

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Professor Michael OmolewaCenter for Social Justice Education

Professor Michael Omolewa to speak on
Social Justice and Related Issues

When: Thursday, February 9, 2012
Time: 5:00PM
Where: EDUC 1101

Dr. Michael Omolewa is a pioneer of adult education and leading education historian in his native Africa.

Omolewa is former Ambassador of Nigeria to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Paris, France; served as president of the 32nd session of the General Conference, UNESCO; and was deputy chair of the Governing Board of the Commonwealth of Learning in Vancouver, Canada.

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Newsletter—Spring 2011

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