Amy H. Krause
- BA University of Central Oklahoma
I thrive in an administrative role in a front desk/customer service setting. I love my position at CMC and the great peers and students I work with.
I have many interests and have shared several with CMC students in the form of Non-credit classes, such as Historical Intrigue of Downton Abbey, History of Math Zero to Pi, and The Shakespearian Transformation of Amleth.
Alliance of Hispanic Serving Institution Educators (AHSIE), UNLV (2017) “Designing Pathways to Student Success: Institutional Transformation via Title V Partnerships” (with M. Martinez & L. Alvarez)
Rocky Mountain Psychological Association Convention, Salt Lake City, UT (2017) “Whose line is it anyway? Beginning a discussion on intercultural sensitivity” (with L. Cramblet Alvarez & C Guerrero Murphy)
Alliance of Hispanic Serving Institution Educators (AHSIE), CSU-Channel Islands (2016) “Standing Strong: A Model for HSIs to Implement A Campus-Wide Equality Project” (with P.Sanders & J. Taylor)
Schell, L.A. & Rodriguez, S. (2000). Subverting bodies/Ambivalent representations: Media analysis of Paralympian, Hope Lewellen. Sociology of Sport Journal, 18 (1), 128-136
Schell, L.A. (Nov/Dec, 2000). (Dis)Empowering images? Media representations of women in sport. The Women’s Sports Experience (pp. 25-27). East Meadow, NY: The Women’s Sports Foundation
Schell, L.A., & Rodriguez, S. (2000). Our sporting sisters: How male hegemony stratifies women in sport. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 9 (1), 15-34
Schell, L.A., (1999). Socially Constructing the Female Athlete: A Monolithic Media Representation of Active Women. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Texas Woman’s University
Schell, L.A., & Duncan, M. (1999). A content analysis of CBS’ coverage of the 1996 Paralympic Games. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 16 (1), 27- 45
Curriculum, Pedagogy, Assessment; Faculty Development; General Education reform; Equity and Inclusion in Higher Education.