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Pamela Moss

Email Addresses
pam.moss@mwsu.edu
My Websites

Tutoring and Academic Support Programs
Assistant Professor

Office Location
McCullough Hall 116
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-6231
Fax: (940) 397-4691

Tutoring and Academic Support Programs
Coordinator of Academic Referrals

Office Location
McCullough Hall 116
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-6231
Fax: (940) 397-4691
  Semester Course # Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Fall 2017 MWSU 1233 L10, 107 College Connections McCullough Hall 116

 

L10 -  MWF 10:00-10:50

107 -  MWF 11:00-11:50

Details Fall 2017 MWSU 1003 101, 102 Skills for Success McCullough Hall 103

 

101 - TR  11:00-12:20

102 - TR   2:00-3:20

Details Spring 2017 MWSU 1003 201, 203, 205. Skills for Success McCullough Hall 103

201-MW  2:00-3:20

203-TR   9:30-10:50

205-TR  11:00-12:20

Details Spring 2015 MWSU 1003. 202, 204, 206, 208. Skills For Success McCullough Hall 103

 

202-MW   9:30-10:20

204-MW 11:00-12:20

206-TR     9:30-10:50

208-TR   11:00-12:20

 
Details Fall 2014 MWSU1233 104, 109, 112, L10 College Connections McCullough Hall 103

104 - MW 9:30-10:50

109 - MW 11:00-12:20

112 - TR 9:30-10:50

L10 - TR 11:00-11:20

 
Details Spring 2014 MWSU 1003. 202, 204, 206, 208. Skills For Success McCullough Hall 103

 

202-MW 9:30-10:20

204-MW 11:00-12:20

206-TR 9:30-10:50

208-TR 11:00-12:20

 
Details Fall 2013 MWSU1233 104, 108, 111, 113 College Connections McCullough Hall 103

 

104 - MW 9:00-10:20

108 - MW 11:00-12:20

111 - TR 9:00-10:20

113 - TR 11:00-11:20

Details Spring 2013 MWSU 1003. 202, 204, 206, 208. Skills For Success McCullough Hall 103

 

202-MW 9:00-10:20

204-MW 11:00-12:20

206-TR 9:30-10:50

208-TR 11:00-12:20

 
Details Fall 2012 MWSU1233 107, 109, 112, 116 College Connections McCullough Hall 103

 

107 - MW 9:00-10:20

109 - MW 11:00-12:20

112 - TR 9:30-10:50

116 - TR 11:00-11:20

Details Spring 2012 MWSU 1003 202, 204, 206, 208. Skills for Success McCullough Hall 103

202-MW 9:00-10:20

204-MW 11:00-12:20

206-TR 9:30-10:50

208-TR 11:00-12:20

Details Fall 2011 MWSU 1233 107, 109, 112, 116. College Connections McCullough Hall 103

107 - MW 9:00-10:20

109 - MW 11:00-12:20

112 - TR 9:30-10:50

116 - TR 11:00-11:20

 

Details Spring 2011 MWSU 1003 202, 204, 206, 208. Skills for Success McCullough Hall 103

202-MW 9:00-10:20

204-MW 11:00-12:20

206-TR 9:30-10:50

208-TR 11:00-12:20

Institution Degree Graduation Date
Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas. Master of Education, Counseling. May 11 1991 12:00AM
Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas. Bachelor or Arts, Double Major, Psychology/Social Work. May 23 1981 12:00AM
Institution Position Start Date End Date
United Regional Health Care System, Wichita Falls, Texas. Medical Social Worker. April 1999 December 2007
Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas. Instructor/Advisor, Academic Support Center. August 2004 July 2014
Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas. Coordinator Academic Referrals, Academic Support Center. August 2006 Present
Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas. Assistant Professor/Advisor, Academic Success Center August 2014 Present

RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY

Applied Research

 

Co-Principal Investigator:

 

Effects of Student Completion of College Connections Course on Academic Progress”. Fall 2007. [with Naoma Clark and SusAnn Key]  This study utilizes a continuous performance matrix of semester grade point averages of beginning freshmen students.  This research has been presented at several different national conferences on the first year experience and student success.  The findings of this study are used in planning and improving an introductory college level course for beginning college students.

 

Research In Progress

 

Co-Investigator:

 

“A Longitudinal Study Exploring the Changing Reading Habits of American College Students from the Freshman through the Senior Year of College”. [August 2013] Began collaboration and meetings with Dr. Jeff Blacklock, Assistant Professor of Education and Reading, West College of Education, Midwestern State University; and SusAnn Key, Assistant Professor, Academic Success Center, Midwestern State University to study the reading habits of American college students starting their first semester of college and continuing intermittently to their senior year of college. Started Fall 2013.

 

 

Co-Principal Investigator:

 

Ongoing collection, review, and evaluation of data collected from MWSU 1233, College   Connections, is utilized to monitor academic progress and effectiveness of this course in student success during their first year and is tracked using a continuous performance matrix.

 

JURIED PRESENTATIONS 

 

The Reading and Social Habits of College Students: A Longitudinal Study, Celebration of Scholarship, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas,  Wednesday, April 27, 2016.  

Integrating Freshman Needs with Creative Active Learning, National Resource Center 35th Annual Conference on The First-Year Experience, Orlando, Florida, February, 2016.

Mustangs Minutes: First-Year Seminar Taskforce, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls Texas, October 1, 2015. 

The Reading and Social Habits of College Students: A Longitudinal Study, Year One, Association of Teacher Educators 2015 Summer Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 3, 2015.

Engaging Millennial Students: Transitions From High School to College, Texas Counseling Association 2015 College Counseling and Career Development Conference, Austin, Texas, May 31-June 1, 2015. 

Learning Communities: An Exploration of Teaching Innovation, Pamela Moss, SusAnn Key, et al., Teaching and Learning Resource Center (TLRC) Colloquium, Midwestern State University, February 26, 2015.

You Mean We’re Not In Kansas Any More? Helping Students Travel the Yellow Brick Road to College Success, TCA 4nd Annual Texas College Counseling Conference, Austin, Texas, May 20, 2013.

MAP-Works:  Intervention Training Team: How to Effectively Reach Out Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas, October 25 and 31, 2012.

From Transitional Concerns To Transformational Learning: It’s Rocket Science!, The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board 2012 Reinventing Instruction and Learning Conference, Austin, Texas, October 3,2012.

From Transitional Concerns To Transformational Learning: It’s Not Classified!, TCA 3nd Annual Texas College Counseling Conference, Ft. Worth, Texas, May, 2012.

Retention and Success of Academically At-Risk, First-Year Students, University of South Carolina National Resource Center for the First Year Experience 31st Annual National Conference, San Antonio, Texas, February, 2012.

Managing the Millennials, Teaching Learning Resource Center, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas, February, 2012.

The Team Approach: Addressing At-Risk Students, TCA 2nd Annual Texas College Counseling Conference, Ft. Worth, Texas, May, 2011.

Feeding Hungry Caterpillars:  Transformative Learning for At-Risk First-Year Students, University of South Carolina National Resource Center for the First Year Experience 29th Annual National Conference, Denver, Colorado, February 2010.        

Retention, Retention, Retention!  Where Are We?,  University of South Carolina National Resource Center for the First Year Experience 29th Annual National Conference, Denver, Colorado, February 2010.

College Connections-Transformative Learning for At-Risk First Year Students, University of South Carolina National Resource Center for the First Year Experience 28th Annual National Conference, in Orlando, Florida, February, 2009.

College Connections-Transformative Learning for At-Risk First Year Students, University of South Carolina 15th Annual National Conference on Students in Transition, in Columbia, South Carolina, November, 2008.

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Academic Referral, October 2008 TACT Meeting, Midwestern State University, October, 2008.

All’s Well That Begins Well, University of Texas at San Antonio Academic Advising Conference, in San Antonio, Texas, September, 2008.

All’s Well That Begins Well, National Academic Advising Association, Region 7 Conference, Branson, Missouri, February 2008.