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Dr. Jon E. Travis

Regent Professor

Educational Leadership

Office Location: Frank Young Education North, #102

Phone: 903-886-5609

Email: Jon.Travis@tamuc.edu



Presentations

International and National

Travis, J. E., & Scott, J. A. (2014, February). Whatever happened to thick and rich? The importance of multiple data gathering methods. Paper presented at the international Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Scott, J. A., Preston, M. H., & Travis, J. E. (2014, February). Learning from civic engagement: Probing student reflections. Paper presented at the international Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Travis, J., & Scott, J. (2013, March). The courage to lead: Cases in American higher education. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Academic and Business Research Institute, New Orleans, LA.

Travis, J. E. (2013, February). Ending opportunity: The plot to disenfranchise us all. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Joint Conference of the National Association of African American Studies, National Association of Hispanic & Latino Studies, National Association of Native American Studies, and International Association of Asian Studies, Baton Rouge, LA.

Travis, J. (2012, May). Are they even listening? Improving student learning. Paper presented at the 34th Annual International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence, Austin, TX.

Travis, J. (2012, March). Privatizing American public higher education: A case study. Paper presented at the Academic and Business Research Institute Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Scott, J., & Travis, J. (2012, March). Reinventing the workforce: A new imperative for higher education. Paper presented at the Academic and Business Research Institute Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Travis, J. E., & Sheppard, J. S. (2008, September). Students address an enigma: A perspective of developmental mathematics. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Research in Access and Developmental Education, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Travis, J. E. (2008, September). Moderator, Enhancing student success through assessment and data. Paper presentation sesson at the 4th International Conference on Research in Access and Developmental Education, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Travis, J. (2003, November). Discussant, Demographic differences and the faculty experience. Paper presentation session at the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) national conference, Portland, OR.

Price, K. F., & Travis, J. E. (2003, April). The relationship between career paths and levels of job satisfaction of four-year university presidents. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, IL.

Travis, J. E., & Price, K. F. (2003, January). Instructional culture and distance learning. Paper presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Price, K. F., & Travis, J. E. (2003, January). The university presidency: Career paths and job satisfaction. Poster session presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Travis, J. (2002, November). Discussant, Faculty work and lives. Paper presentation session at the ASHE national conference, Sacramento, CA.

Travis, J., Le Sage, T., Johnson, J., & Davis, P. (2002, February). Meeting the needs of a diverse student population. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of African American Studies, National Association of Native American Studies, National Association of Latino and Hispanic American Studies, and International Association of Asian Studies, Houston, TX.

Le Sage, T., & Travis, J. (2001, November). Learning styles, temperaments, and characteristics as determinants of student achievement. Poster session presented at the annual ASHE national conference, Richmond, VA.

Travis, J. (2001, February). Teaching harmony: Reclaiming the wheel. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of African American Studies, National Association of Native American Studies, National Association of Latino and Hispanic American Studies, and International Association of Asian Studies, Houston, TX.

Travis, J. (2000, November). Chair, The scholarship of teaching: Ten years later. Paper presentation session at the ASHE national conference, Sacramento, CA.

Travis, J. (2000, April). Affirmative action: The premature postmortem. Roundtable presentation session at the AERA annual meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Travis, J., & Travis, D. (1998, November). The role of the community college: Revisiting project focus. Poster session presented at the ASHE national conference, Miami, FL.

Travis, J. (1996, October). Change is a dirty word: A profile of veteran faculty. Paper presented at the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD) national conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Travis, J. (1995, November). Chair, Improving our strategies for higher education research. Paper presentation session at the ASHE national conference, Orlando, FL.

Travis, J., Hursh, D., Lankewicz, G., & Tang, L. (1995, October). Monitoring the pulse of the faculty: The different faces of needs assessment. Paper presented at the POD national conference, North Falmouth, MA.

Travis, J. (1995, April). Community cores: The future for the community college campus. Roundtable presentation session at the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) national convention, Minneapolis, MN.

Travis, J. (1994, May). A survey of models for improving college teaching. Paper presented at the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) International Conference on Teaching Excellence, Austin, TX.

Regional

Vestal, J., & Travis, J. E. (2003, February). Body image, eating behaviors, and weight control issues among collegiate cheerleaders. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwest Educational Research Association, San Antonio, TX.

State and Local

Travis, J. (2006, February). Moderator & Panelist, Developmental lessons: Do we know how to make developmental education work? Symposium session at the 59th Annual Convention of the Texas Community College Teachers Association (TCCTA), Houston, TX.

Travis, J. (2005, October). Academic freedom and tort liability. Paper presented at the fall conference of the Center for Community College Education, Commerce, TX.

Travis, J. (2002, September). Censorship in higher education: The right to hear. In Not in my school: Literature, censorship, education. Symposium session conducted for Banned Books Week, Texas A&M University-Commerce.

Travis, J. (2002, April). Reforming instructional culture in higher education. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Texas Distance Learning Association (TXDLA), Fort Worth, TX.

Travis, J. (2001, September). Censorship in higher education: The right to hear. In Not in my school: Literature, censorship, education. Symposium session conducted for Banned Books Week, Texas A&M University-Commerce.

Travis, J. (2000, April). Censorship: Institutional programs and the right to hear. Paper presented at the 4th Annual Texas Higher Education Law Conference, Denton, TX.

Travis, J. (1999, August). Making the grade: Assessing student learning. Workshop conducted for North Central Texas College Faculty, Gainesville,TX.

Travis, J. (1998, October). The law and the faculty: Principles derived from cases. Paper presented in Legal Issues for Community College Faculty, Center for Community College Education conference, Commerce, TX.

Travis, J. (1997, August). Syllabus preparation. Workshop conducted for Kilgore College Faculty, Kilgore, TX.

Travis, J. (1997, March). Veteran community college faculty. Paper presented at the Center for Community College Education conference, Commerce, TX.

Travis, J. (1992, November). The hospital model of site-based management. Paper presented at the East Texas School Study Council Fall Conference, Commerce, TX.

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