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“Speech is power. Speech is to persuade, to convert, and to compel.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Dr. Chiquita Howard-Bostic has presented research at Harvard University, two international forums at Oxford University, and other prestigious conferences in the United States and abroad. Howard-Bostic’s current research and journal publications have advanced the study of bystander intervention, intimate partner violence, teaching and learning, and transformational leadership.
Howard-Bostic presents “Empowering Academia and the Community using Bystander Intervention" at the Fourth International Conference on Advances in Women’s Studies (AWS) in Ontario, Canada.
(April 2017) Advocacy and Bystander Intervention
Howard-Bostic presents "Bystander Invention and Social Action on the College Campus" at the 43rd Annual Conference Roundtable of the East Coast Colleges Social Science Association (ECCSSA) in Herndon, VA.
Intimate Partner Violence
(March 2015) Proactive IPV Treatment at ACJS Conference
Howard-Bostic presents “An Intervention Model for Proactive Female-perpetrated domestic violence” at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) 52nd Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida. DOWNLOAD the PowerPoint presentation OR VIEW the conference presentation.
(April 2015) Female-Perpetrated IPV at Winston-Salem State University
Howard-Bostic presents “Why Women Hit their Violent Partners” at the 14th Annual Research Symposium at Winston-Salem State University in Winston-Salem, NC. VIEW PART 1 of the conference presentation. VIEW PART 2 of the conference presentation. DOWNLOAD the PowerPoint presentation.
(March 2013) Motivations for IPV Perpetration at AABRI Conference
Howard-Bostic presents “Women’s Emotive Responses and Female-perpetrated Intimate Partner Violence" at the Academic and Business Research Institute (AABRI) San Antonio Conference in San Antonio, Texas. DOWNLOAD the PowerPoint presentation.
(August 2013) Bi-Directional IPV at Harvard University
Howard-Bostic presents “Is Mutual Violent Combat a Gender Neutral Conceptualization of Bidirectional Intimate Partner Violence?” during the International Journal of Arts and Science Conference at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. DOWNLOAD the PowerPoint presentation.
Teaching and Learning
(April 2015) Universal Student Accommodations at the Global Conference on Education, Research, & Policy
Howard-Bostic presents “Survey of Multi-media Assistive Technology as Universal Accommodations: An Academic Disability Services Initiative" at the 2015 Global Conference on Education, Research, & Policy in Washington, DC. DOWNLOAD the PowerPoint. VIEW the conference presentation.
(April 2014) Hybrid Teaching Model at the East Coast Colleges and Social Science Association (ECCSSA)
Howard-Bostic presents “A hybrid learner-centered pedagogy” at the 40th Annual Conference Roundtable of the East Coast Colleges Social Science Association (ECCSSA) in Herndon, VA. DOWNLOAD the PowerPoint.
(April 2015) Transformational Leadership at the East Coast Colleges and Social Science Association (ECCSSA)
Howard-Bostic presents “New Leadership Techniques: Extending the Conceptualizing of Transformational Leadership Theory” at the 41st Annual Conference Roundtable of the East Coast Colleges Social Science Association in Herndon, VA. DOWNLOAD the conference presentation.
(December 2014) Leadership and Performance Strategies at Oxford University
Howard-Bostic presents “Emancipation by Evading a Contest: A Feminist Perspective on Power and Success” during the Oxford Women’s Leadership Symposium at the Margaret Thatcher Centre of Somerville College in Oxford, England. VIEW the conference presentation.