Speakers

World Future Forum Paper, Poster and Best Practice Presenters can be found at the bottom of this page.

Today's Workforce Skills and Demands Panel

Dean Antonio Cantu, Ph.D.

Moderator

Professor and Chairperson of Department of Teacher Education, Bradley University – Illinois, USA

Anthony P. Carnevale, Ph.D

Panelist

Director of Center on Education and the Workforce, Georgetown University – Washington, D.C., USA

Catherine Voss Plaxton, EdD, PPS

Panelist

Associate Vice President of Health, Wellness, and Student Services, San José State University – California, USA

Joseph B. Fuller

Panelist

Professor Of Management Practice, Harvard Business School – Massachusetts, USA

Graduate Research Panel

SCOTT RICHARDSON P.T, PH.D

Moderator

Graduate Scholarship Chair & Future Institute Research Center Fellow

YI-JUNG WU

Panelist

University of Wisconsin-Madison – Wisconsin, USA

HANNAH RAPP

Panelist

University of Wisconsin-Madison – Wisconsin, USA

Jean Parrella

Panelist

Texas A&M University – Texas, USA

Randi Ferguson

Panelist

Rutgers University–Camden – New Jersey, USA

Presenters

Harpreet Kaur Dhir, Ed.D

American College of Education - Indiana, USA

Instructional Methods Compatible with Developing 21st-Century Competencies

Matthew R. Smith, Ed.D.

Tennessee Tech University - Tennessee Tech University , USA

The Free Hill Rosenwald School and Community: Promoting Character Development

Jennifer Laffier, Ph.D.

Ontario Tech University - Ontario, Canada

Can future teachers change their mind that creativity can be learned: What does that mean for student learning?

Leslie Bohon, Ph.D

University of Richmond - Virginia, USA

Effects of Online Learning on International Students’ English Language Concerns

Yune Tran, Ph.D.

Montclair State University - New Jersey, USA

A Seamless Transition from Associate’s to Bachelor’s Degrees in Teacher Education

Mark Trexler, Ed.D.

John Hopkins School of Education - Maryland, USA

The importance of self-determination skill acquisition during COVID-19 for students with disabilities and how the digital portfolio can assist with that process

Kym Acuña, Ed.D.

Midwestern State University - Texas, USA

Supporting Principal Candidates through the Pandemic via Distance Learning

Kara Snider

Southern Oregon University- Oregon, USA

Gun Violence Prevention: The Unheard Voices

Bahman Ghorashi, Ph.D.

Tennessee Tech University - Tennessee , USA

On the Self-Limiting Constraints of Regional Comprehensive Universities, Their Challenges and Opportunities

Karen Alvarez

Illinois Institute of Technology - Illinois, USA

College Transfer Operating System

Mitch Reed

Florence School District - South Dakota, USA

The Little Things that Make the Biggest Difference

Russell B. Olwell, Ph.D.

Merrimack College - Massachusetts, USA

Early College: Remote but Still Connected;
Using First Year Seminars to Build Community Engagement: Merrimack College and Young Athletes

Coby Fletcher, Ed.D.

Escanaba Area Public Schools - Michigan, USA

Partnering to Build a Student-Centered Early Middle College Program

Daryl D. Green, DSL

Oklahoma Baptist University - Oklahoma, USA

Wired for Life: Building Learner-Centered Teaching for Generation Z Students

Curt Baker, Ed.D.

Frostburg State University - Maryland, USA

THRIVE! – Creating a Replicable Model of Recovery for Rural and Small Urban Communities

Sam Taylor M. Ed.

Bay Area, USA

Learn to Code Without a Computer!

Kristen Horton, Ed.D

Continental Colony Elementary School and L.E.A.D.S. - Georgia, USA

Creating a Culture of Feedback and Collaboration

Kimberly D. Hellerich, Ed.D.

East Windsor High School and New England College - Connecticut, USA

Establishing a Classroom Culture: Student Voice

Janet Bayer Ph.D

Written, LLC - Maryland, USA

Adapting to the Virtual Learning Environment: A Case Study

Future Review Panel
This panel will highlight the work that is published in Future Review, our publication.  Panelists will discuss how their research can be used by practitioners in higher education, and why they chose Future Review as a venue for their research.

JOHN KLATT, PH.D.

Moderator

Assistant Dean for Student Development in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at University of Wisconsin-Madison – Wisconsin, USA

PERSPECTIVE AND TRANSITION ON POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION PANEL

Radhi Al-Mabuk, Ph.D

Moderator

Director of Future Institute Research Center