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Dr. Moniqueka Gold

GRANTS AWARDED

State:

Gold, M., & Lowe, C. Diversity in Teaching Grant (Project MORE). Funding Years 2011-2013: Tennessee Higher Education Commission ($40,000)

Gold, M., Neal, M. & Lowe, C. ($45,000).  Faculty Research Grant - Critical Mass.  Funded by Tennessee Board of

McMahan R. Gold, M. & Bruster, B. (2012).  Access and Diversity Grant: Collaborative Diversity Research Consortium. Tennessee Board of Regents, Access and Diversity Initiative Grants.

Diversity in Teaching Scholarship Program (Project MORE) Funding Years 2011-2013: Tennessee Higher Education Commission ($40,000.00  + university matching funds= $80,000.00). Co-Director

Tennessee Board of Regents Access and Diversity Faculty Research Grant (Critical Mass). Funding Years 2009-2010. Principal Investigator. $45,000.00 (Co-PI’s, Drs. Lowe & Neal)

Diversity in Teaching Scholarship Program (Project MORE). Funding Years 2009-2011: Tennessee Higher Education Commission ($40,000.00 + university matching funds= $80,000.00).  Project Director

Minority Teacher Education Grant (Project MORE). Funding Years 2006-2008: Tennessee Higher Education Commission ($40,000 + university matching funds+ $80,000.00).  Co-Project Director for 2006-2007, Project Director for 2007-2008.

Minority Teacher Education Grant (Project MORE). Funding Year 2005: Tennessee Higher Education Commission ($16,000 + university matching funds+ $32,000.00). Co-Director

University

Student Academic Success Initiative Grant, “Study on Learning & the Visual and Performing Arts.” Funding Year 2009-2010. $2600. Co-Directors, Dr. Lauren Wells, Dr. Margaret Deitrich and Dr. Moniqueka E. Gold

PUBLICATIONS

Fast Back

Bingue-Romano, A. & Gold, M. (2005). The abcs of assistive technology: What every general educator should know. Phi Delta Kappa International, FASTBACK Series, Bloomington, IN

Book Chapter

Cabbil, L., & Gold, M. (2001). African-Americans with visual impairments. In M. Milian, & J. Erin (Eds.), Diversity and visual impairments: The influence of race, gender, religion, and ethnicity on the individual (pp.57-77).New York: AFB Press.

Articles in Refereed Journals

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).

Gold, M. & Richards, H. (in press). To label or not to label: The special education question for African Americans. Journal of Educational Foundations.

Gold, M. & Lowe, C. (2010). The integration of assistive technology into standard classroom practices: Practical recommendations for K-12 general educators. Journal of Multiculturalism in Education. http://www.multiculturaljournal.com/

Gold, M. (2004). The psychological and social implications of oculoctaneous albinism. Border Walking Journal, 12-16.

 Gold, M. (2002). The effects of the physical features associated with albinism on the Self-esteem of   African-American youth with albinism. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 96, 234-242.

Refereed Conference Proceedings/Website Publication

Gold, M. (2010). The Concept of Critical Mass and the Dynamic of Classroom Discussions.  Proceedings of the International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education 2010 (pp. 377-381) Nashville, TN, http://abwic.org/Proceedings/2010/Proceedings-2010.pdf

Gold, M. & Lowe, C. (2009). The Integration of Assistive Technology into Standard Classroom Practices: A Guide for K-12 General Educators. In I. Gibson et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2009 (pp. 3964-3968). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.  http://www.editlib.org/p/31275. 

Burton, W., Jator, S., & Gold, M. (June, 2008). An assessment of the science and mathematics apprenticeship (SMA) summer program based on the experience of minority high school students. Website of the International Mentoring Association. http://www.mentoring-association.org.sma.html

Gold, Moniqueka E. (2006). Pegasus online content for Introduction to Teaching, (3rd.) Kauchak and Eggen. Pearson Education, Inc. Upper Saddle River, NJ. Due to changes with the author of this text, this project was cancelled by Pearson in early 2007. 

Gold, M. & Bingue-Romano, A. (2004) The ABCs of Assistive Technology for General Educators. In C. Crawford et al. (Eds.) Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2004 (pp.4902-4903). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. http://www.editlib.org/p/13202.

JURIED AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS

International and National Conferences

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.

Gold, M. (2013) Children with Albinism: What Every Teacher Needs to Know. Presentation at Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children (IAEYC) Conference, Indianapolis, IN

Gold, Moniqueka, Lowe, Charmaine, Bullock-Neal, Merriel. (April 2011). The Concept of Critical Mass and the Dynamics of Class Discussions. Annual Conference of the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education. Atlanta, Georgia

Lowe, Charmaine, Gold, Moniqueka E. & Bullock-Neal, Merriel. (November 2010). Critical Mass and Its Impact on the Retention, Academic Success and Graduation Rates of African American Students. National Association for Multicultural Education Annual International Conference. November 3-6, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada. I was presenting at another conference at the exact same time/date therefore unable to attend this conference.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (April 2010). Positive Responses to Cultural Differences: self-Assessment and Helping Others Understand “Disability.” 2010 Council for Exceptional Children Annual International Conference and Expo. Presentation discussant, April 24, 2010. Gaylord Opryland in Nashville, TN

Gold, M. (2010). The Concept of Critical Mass and the Dynamic of Classroom Discussions.  Academic Business World International Conference.  Nashville, TN,

Gold, Moniqueka E., & Lowe, Charmaine.  (March, 2009). The Integration of Assistive Technology into Today’s General Education Classrooms. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE), March 3-5, 2009, Charleston, South Carolina 

Gold, Moniqueka E. (February 2009). Tips for building effective partnerships for educating the whole child. Semi-Annual National Conference for the Association of Teacher Educators. February 14-18, 2009, Dallas, Texas. Unable to attend

Gold, Moniqueka E. (July 2008). African Americans with Oculocutaneous Albinism: What General Education Teachers Must Know. National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation, in Las Vegas Nevada.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (Feb. 2006). National Association of African American Studies. Workshop Presentation, February 16, 2006. African-Americans with Albinism: The Social Implications. Baton Rouge, LA.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (March 2006). American Council on Rural Special Education. Workshop    Presentation, March 24, 2006. Lexington, KY.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (April, 2004). International Expo and Annual Convention for the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). Workshop Demonstration. April 14-17, 2004, New Orleans, LA.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (March, 2004). American Council for Rural Special Education National Conference (ACRES). Poster Presentation. The Educational Implications of Albinism. March 18-20, 2004, Orlando, FL.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (March, 2004). American Council for Rural Special Education National Conference. (ACRES).  Working with Children with Visual Impairments in Rural Communities. Workshop Presentation. March 18-20, 2004. Orlando, FL.

Gold, Moniqueka E., & Bingue-Romano, Avril.  (March, 2004). The ABC’s of Assistive Technology. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE), March 1-6, 2004, Atlanta, GA.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (April, 2002). International Expo and Annual Convention for the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). Albinism. Poster Presentation. April 3-6, 2002, New York, New York.

 Gold, Moniqueka E. (November, 2001). National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Do You See What I See? Working with Children with Visual Impairments. Unable to attend. November 1-3, 2001, Anaheim, California.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (April, 2000). International Expo and Annual Convention for the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). Session: The Educational Implications of Oculocutaneous Albinism. April, 2000 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (July, 2000). African-American Youth: The Effects of albinism on Self-Esteem. Paper presented at the Bi-Annual International Conference of the National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH). Burlington, MA.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (July, 2000). The connection of Albinism and Self-Esteem for African-American Youth. Paper presented at the Association for the Education and Rehabilitation of Persons with Visual Impairment (AER). 2000 International conference, Denver, CO.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (September, 1999). The Effects of the Physical Features Associated with Albinism on the Self-Esteem of African-American Youth with Albinism. Paper presented at the Ninth International Interdisciplinary Conference of Blind and Visually Impaired Children, Calgary, Alberta.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (August, 1997). The Effects of the Physical Features Associated with Albinism on the Self-Esteem of African-American youth with Albinism. Paper presented at the Tenth World Conference of the International Council for the Education of People with Visual Impairments (ICEVI), Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (April, 1997). Educational Implications of working with Students with Visual Impairments. Paper presented at the Worldwide Exceptional Family Member Program Conference, Louisville, KY.

Conferences of States and Regions

Gold, M., Lowe, C., & Bullock-Neal, M. (2011). The Concept of Critical Mass in Higher Education. Research Development Conference sponsored by the Tennessee Board of Regents’ Office of Academic Affairs. Maxwell Hotel in Nashville, TN

Gold, Moniqueka E., Lowe, Charmaine, & Bullock-Neal, Merriel. (October 2010). Critical Mass and Its Impact on the Retention, Academic Success and Graduation Rates of African-American Students.  Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher Educators Annual Conference. October 28-30, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee

Gold, Moniqueka (April, 2010) Invited Presentation at the Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children (IAEYC). Annual Statewide Conference, Children with Visual Impairments: What’s a Teacher to Do?! April 7-10, 2010. Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN

Gold, Moniqueka E. (April, 2009). Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children (IAEYC).  Annual Statewide Conference. Teaching Children with Visual Impairments in an Inclusive Early Childhood Setting. April 2-5, 2009. RCA Dome, Indianapolis, IN

Gold, Moniqueka & Neal, Merriel (2008).  Bowles Center Diversity Conference. Working with Students with Disabilities. September 16-17, 2008. Hopkinsville Convention Center, Hopkinsville, KY

Gold, Moniqueka E. (2008). Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children (IAEYC).  Annual Statewide Conference. Teaching Children with Dual Sensory Impairments in the Early Childhood Setting. March 3-6, 2008. RCA Dome, Indianapolis, IN

Gold, Moniqueka (2007).  Bowles Center Diversity Conference. Students with Disabilities:  Data Specific to Kentucky. September 27, 2007. Hopkinsville Convention Center, Hopkinsville, KY

Gold, Moniqueka E. (2007). Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children (IAEYC). Young Children with Dual Diagnosis. Annual Statewide conference, April 12-14, 2006.  RCA Dome, Indianapolis, IN.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (2006). Two Rivers Association for the Education of Young Children (TRAEYC). First Annual Fall Conference. October 28, 2006, Clarksville, TN.

Gold, Moniqueka E. Gold (2006). South Carolina Association for the Education of Young Children (SCAEYC). Annual State-wide conference. October 12-14, 2006, Columbia, SC

Gold, Moniqueka E. (2005). Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children (IAEYC). Annual Statewide conference, March 2005. RCA Dome, Indianapolis, IN.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (2004). Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children (IAEYC). Annual Statewide conference, March 11-13, 2004. RCA Dome, Indianapolis, IN

Burnett, B, Chapman, B., Conway, A., Gold, M., Henderson, McElyea, B., Prillaman, G. (2004).  Annual Unity Conference at the Tennessee School for the Blind, October 28-29, 2004, Nashville, TN

Hayes, Mary J. & Gold, Moniqueka E. (2003) Tennessee Reading Association Annual Conference, November 19-22, 2003, Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (2003). South Carolina Association for the Education of Young Children (SCAEYC). Annual State-wide Conference, October 2-4, 2003, Charleston, SC

Gold, Moniqueka E. (2003) Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children (IAEYC). Annual State-wide Conference, March 20-22, 2003, Indianapolis, Indiana

Gold, Moniqueka E. (2002) Sixth Annual West Tennessee Special Education Conference. Presentation #1, September 26-27, 2002 in Memphis, Tennessee.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (2002) Sixth Annual West Tennessee Special Education Conference. Presentation #2, September 26-27, 2002 in Memphis, Tennessee.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (April, 2002). The Effects of Albinism on African-American Youth. Paper presented at the Annual Statewide Conference for the Association for the Education and Rehabilitation for Persons with Visual Impairments (AER). Nashville, TN.

Robinson, C., & Gold, M. (October, 1999). We’ve Been Admitted: Now What? Paper presented at the 4th Annual National Conference of People of Color in Predominantly White Institutions. Lincoln, Nebraska.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (August, 1997). Educational Implications of Working with a Student with a Visual Impairment, Inservice presentation for the Department of Defense Schools, Fort Campbell, KY.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (October, 1997). The Effects of the Physical Features Associated with Albinism on the Self-Esteem of African-American Youth with Albinism. Paper presented at the Success through Unity IX Conference at the Tennessee School for the Blind. Donelson, TN.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (July, 1996). “What You Always Wanted to Know About Graduate School, But Where Afraid to Ask!” Presentation at the biennial meeting of the Association for the Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired. St. Louis, MO.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (October, 1995). Inclusion and Student with Special Needs. Panel discussion at the Kappa Delta Pi Chapter of the Phi Delta Kappa International Honor Society at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (September, 1995). Unique Educational Implications of Students with a Visual Impairment. Inservice presentation for the West Tennessee Head Start, University of Tennessee at Martin, Martin, TN.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (June, 1995). The Use of Optical Devices for Children and Youth with Visual Impairments. Inservice presentation for the Tennessee Outreach Project for Children and Youth with Dual Sensory Impairments at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (June, 1995). Assessing Student with Visual Disabilities. Inservice presentation presented at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

Gold, Moniqueka E. (March, 1995). Educating Students with Visual Disabilities. Workshop presented at the Special Education Spring Conference, Maxwell House Hotel, Tennessee Department of Education, Nashville, TN.