Robinson & students secure third place honors at AAACE Conference


Dr. Petra A. Robinson and two College of Human Sciences & Education doctoral students, Krystie Nguyen, School of Education, and Malaika Edwards, School of Leadership & Human Resource Development, recently secured third place honors in the poster session of the 64th annual American Association of Adult and Continuing Education Conference, which they attended in November. 

Assistant Professor Dr. Robinson and her team were winners in the Conference Poster Session for their poster titled, “Faculty Experiences with Andragogy in an Online Learning Environment," based on a recent study funded by a grant awarded by Academic Partnerships.

SLHRD congratulates Dr. Robinson on this award and on her outstanding mentorship of graduate students across the university. SLHRD is a consistent example of human resource and organization development, between classes offered, professors mentoring and teaching, and students doing their own representations.

Pictured below: Malaika Edwards, pictured right: Krystie Nguyen

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