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Ms. Erin Lynch



Published Articles

Gold, M., Lowe, C., Sanders, A., & Lynch, E. (2013).  But if I go over there, what do I do with my stereotypes? Journal of Social Science Research, (2). 

Minadeo, D., Putman, G., LaForge, P., & Lynch, E. (in press). Augmenting state projections: Comparability of staffing patterns derived from OES employment and online vacancies. Business Economics


Gold, M., Lynch, E., & Sanders, A. R. (2014, February). Critical Mass in Higher Education. Presentation at Student Success, Inclusion, and Retention Summit, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN

Lowe, C. & Lynch, E. (2013, November). Critical mass as a tool for diversity enhancement. National Association of Multicultural Education, Oakland, CA.

Lynch-Walden, E. (2012, October).  Do as we do: How to embed instructional strategies to promote transfer of learning for pre-service teachers.  Presentation at Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher Educators (SRATE); Little Rock, AK.

McMahan , R., Sanders, A., & Lynch, E. (2013). Redefining diversity: The diversity research consortium. Presentation at International Organization of Social and Behavioral Research, Atlanta City, NJ


Lynch, E. ($160,000). Scholarships for Students with Exceptionalities in Higher Education. Johnson Foundation. Two year scholarship grant to provide undergraduate students in the Special Education department with documented disabilities academic scholarships to assist with school expenses. 

Lynch, E. & Lowrance, L. ($227,600). Personnel Development in Special Education. US Department of Education. Office of Special Education Programs. Personnel Preparation in Special Education, Early Interventions, and Related Services (CFDA 84.325K) 

Lynch, E (2013). Research-based Early Childhood Special Education Training (RECET).  Co-PI - US Department of Education, Office of Special Education.

Lynch, E. ($9,644) Creating Research-based Enrichment Together with Underrepresented Minorities (CRETUM).  Austin Peay State University. SASI grant to provide undergraduate scholars the opportunity to engage in authentic professional development opportunities as a means to enrich the rigor of their APSU coursework.