Margaret Light was a presenter at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s Annual Conference for Corporate and Foundation Relations Officers June 4-6 in Chicago. She presented on a three-member panel on the topic, “Turning Prospects into Proposals: Effective and Actionable Prospect Research.”
Theresa Hoover’s paper, “Effects of Self-Regulated Strategy Development for POW+TREE on High School Students with Learning Disabilities,” co-authored with Richard M. Kubina and Linda H. Mason, was published in Exceptionality. The paper can be accessed by clicking here (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09362835.2012.640903#.U5im8yjwpQM)
Rose Gates from accounts payable passed the Certified Accounts Payable Associates exam. The CAPA exam uses nationally recognized standards for certification assessment and evaluation of the accounts payable field. These standards are both reliable and verifiable means to measure the skills of accounts payable professionals. This certification will help Wilson College maintain compliance in the accounts payable area.
Kathleen Kaminski presented at the Pennsylvania chapter of the National Association of Multi-Cultural Educators’ conference on April 11 at Temple University. The presentation topic was, “Exposure to Domestic Violence—the Impact on the Psychobiological and Cognitive Development of Children.”