CAS Dean Sita Ramamurti Receives Teaching Science in College-Leo Schubert Award

November 12, 2020

Dr. Sita Ramamurti, College of Arts and Sciences Dean and Professor of Mathematics, was recognized and awarded by the Washington Academy of Sciences in a virtual ceremony on, Thursday, September 10, 2020. Dr. Ramamurti received the Teaching Science in College- Leo Schubert Award for her years of dedication, passion, and creativity in teaching mathematics for college students.

Sita Ramamurti is currently the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Trinity Washington University in DC. In her 25 plus years of teaching collegiate mathematics, she has passionately engaged her students in active learning by integrating content-specific technology, designing and teaching quantitative literacy, reasoning, and interdisciplinary seminar courses. She also has a strong interest in reform and policy initiatives in K-12 education. As a research scholar her areas of focus are mathematical modeling and dynamical systems. Sita received both her BSc and MSc in Mathematics from India and earned her PhD in Mathematics from George Washington University.

Dr. Ramamurti’s award exemplifies her own dedication to excellence in Math and Science, and underscores her fine leadership of the College of Arts and Sciences, Trinity is grateful to her for the tremendous energy, smart thinking and insightful wisdom she brings to all CAS issues.

 

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Assistant Professor Intima Alrimawi Presents Paper at The Eastern Nursing Research Society Conference

April 23, 2020

Dr. Intima Alrimawi, Assistant Professor of Nursing in the School of  Nursing and Health Professions at Trinity Washington University virtually presented two of her research papers at The Eastern Nursing Research Society (ENRS)-32nd annual Scientific conference; The Revolutionary Power of Nursing Science: Health Equity, Policy, and Practice. This virtual conference was conducted in March 26-27, 2020. The title of the accepted abstracts are: “Views and experiences of using advanced technologies in higher education of health care professionals: A mixed-method systematic review” and ” Using Advanced Technology in Nursing Education in Palestine”. She was also an abstract reviewer at this conference.

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Dr. Intima Alrimawi Attends Said Rhodes Forum at Oxford University

February 28, 2020

Dr. Intima Alrimawi,  Assistant Professor in Nursing in the School of Nursing and Health Professions at Trinity University, attended the Said Rhodes forum at Oxford University, organized by the Siad Foundation and Rhodes Trust. The event aimed to discuss innovative solutions to the current challenges facing the Middle East in health, education, business, and culture.

 

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Dr. Diane Reese Publishes Article in ASCA School Counselor Online Newsletter

February 19, 2020

Dr. Diane Reese, Assistant Professor of Education at Trinity Washington University, recently published an article titled, “Use ASCA Position Statements to Develop School Counselor Identity, Leadership and Advocacy Skills” in the ASCA School Counselor online newsletter in January 2020. The article addresses the ongoing issue of defining the identity, role and responsibilities of the school counselor.

Reese, D. (2020, January 1). Use ASCA Position Statements to Develop School Counselor Identity, Leadership and Advocacy Skills. Retrieved from https://www.schoolcounselor.org/magazine/blogs/january-february-2020/use-asca-position-statements-to-develop

 

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Dr. Monique Green Accepted to the National Institute for Urban School Leaders

February 12, 2020

Dr. Monique Green, Assistant Professor of Education at Trinity Washington University, was formally accepted to the National Institute for Urban School Leaders. The five-day institute will gather “expert faculty and leaders from across the country to examine successful practices in urban schools, placing those practices within a broader context of race, class, culture, and social justice. The institute will take place at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in Cambridge, MA from June 15-June 19, 2020.

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