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JULIANA juliana_web

PRESENTATIONS:

  • Assessment Bootcamp, April 2016
  • Building Castles in the Sand:The Joys & Trials of Managing & Mentoring Student Employees,NCTA: Tampa, September 2015
  • Assessment Bootcamp Workshops: CAS Standards, SPSS and Excel, Ethics in Assessment, How to Use Qualtrics, Qualitative Data and Analysis, Interviews and Focus Groups, How to Present Your Findings, June 2015
  • Presentation: Striking it Rich: How to Get to the Goldmine of Being and Staying Organized, NCTA: Denver, September 2014
  • Presentation: Striking Gold: Becoming a Certified Testing Center, NCTA: Denver, September 2014
  • Presentation: Best Practices in Test Accommodations: Creating Resources to help with Test Accessibility, NCTA: Denver, September 2014
  • Presentation: A Diamond in the Rough: The Gems to a Healthier You with the 4 Well Rules, NCTA: Denver, September 2014
  • Presentation: ISIS Conference, Qualitative Interviews with International Students, October 2013
  • Presentation: Making Beautiful Music: Working with the Disability Office to Provide Testing Accommodations, NCTA: Nashville, August 2013
  • Assessment workshops: CAS Standards, SPSS and Excel, Ethics in Assessment, How to Use Qualtrics, Qualitative Data and Analysis, 2012-2014
  • CAS Professional Development, Basic Excel and Advanced Excel classes, November 2012
  • Panel Member, NCTA Certification Panel, NCTA Conference: Minneapolis, August 2012
  • Poster Presentation, GPSS Research Symposium, 2011

CONFERENCES:

  • National College Testing Association (NCTA) Conference, Tampa, FL (September 2015)
  • USC Rossier Leadership Conference, Los Angeles, CA (July 2015)
  • USC Women’s Conference (March 2015)
  • National College Testing Association (NCTA) Conference, Denver, CO (September 2014)
  • USC Women’s Conference (March 2014)
  • ISIS: Improving Services for International Students, Los Angeles, CA (October 2013)
  • National College Testing Association (NCTA) Conference, Nashville, TN (August 2013)
  • USC Women’s Conference (March 2013)
  • WASC Accreditation/Live Text Conference (November 2012)
  • Southern Association of Institutional Research (SAIR) Conference, Orlando, FL (September 2012)
  • National College Testing Association (NCTA) Conference, Minneapolis, MN (August 2012)
  • HIPAA HITECH ACT Training (November 2011)

JANICE

PRESENTATIONS:

  • Schafrik, J., Jih, D., Kehdi, N., Retana, A., Jalaba, T., Srednick, N., Grace, M., & Mangagil, A. (2016). Working with students with disabilities. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Academic Advising Association, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Schafrik, J., Jih, D., Kehdi, N., Retana, A., Neuenschwander, K., Jalaba, T., & Mangagil, A. (2016). Tips for advising students with disabilities. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Academic Advising Association, Los Angeles, CA.
  •  Schafrik, J., & Kehdi, N. (2016). Strategies for helping students learn a second language. USC Center for Excellence in Teaching. Professional Development Series conducted March 24, 2016, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Grace, M., Schafrik, J., Daley, C., Couillou, R., Mangagil, A., Alvarado, K., & Roth, E.  (2013, June). Innovative partnerships for inclusive education: Reimagining new  support for students with disabilities.  Paper presented at the meeting of thE Postsecondary Disability Training Institute, Boston, MA.
  • Kerney, V., Schafrik, J., Sumida, E., & Al-Samarrai, N. (2011).  Listening to students: Learning from research and student experience.  In USC Center for Assessment, Assessment symposium 2011. Symposium conducted June 16, 2011, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Fahmy, A., Tobey, P., & Schafrik, J. (2010, May). A collaborative mixed method approach to outcomes research: Triangulating quantitative and      qualitative data.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for Institutional Research, Chicago, IL.
  • Schafrik, J., & Newcomb, M. D. (1996, August).  Maternal health and psychopathology.  Poster session presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.
  • Schafrik, J., & Newcomb, M. D. (1996, May).  Impact of maternal dysfunction on child behavioral and developmental adjustment.  Paper presented at the International Conference on Social Stress Research, Paris, France.
  • Schafrik, J. (1996).  Maternal health and psychopathology: Impact on child behavior and development.  Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Southern California.
  • Lao, C., Krashen, S., Gribbons, B., Schafrik, J., & Michael, W. (1996).  Conversational language proficiency among international students at the university level: Personal hypotheses versus actual practice.  ITL: Review of Applied Linguistics, 113-114, 245-261.

CONFERENCES:

  • National Academic Advising Association, Los Angeles (2016)
  • Postsecondary Disability Training Institute, Boston (June 2013)
  • Association for Institutional Research, Chicago (May 2010)
  • APA, Toronto (August 1996)
  • International Conference on Social Stress Research (May 1996)

DE’VON

PRESENTATIONS:

Bramlett, R. K., Patterson, D. P., & Whiteside, M. (2013). A review of surveys of school

     psychologists between 1980 and 2011: Topics, response rates, and recommendations.

     Poster presentation. Annual National Association of School Psychologists Convention.

     Seattle, WA.

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