- July 2014 The Center for Knowledge Diffusion, in coordination with Resources for the Future, submits Milestone 4 to NASA for its project to analyze research conducted on the ISS.
- June 17-19, 2014 Dr. Clements participates in the Third annual ISS Research and Development Conference held in Chicago, IL.
- May 2014 Professor Jerry Horner is invited to give Master Classes to the Jose White Quartet in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
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|Mentoring & Talent Development|
The fundamental basis of a free and democratic society rests with access to knowledge and educational opportunity across the population. The Center for Knowledge Diffusion (CKD) has been organized to promote educational access by reducing barriers to opportunity across five substantive areas which are listed below. What unites these research domains is a theoretical agenda concerning access to educational opportunity. Whether these focal areas involve relational, financial, political, systemic or sociological interactions, the CKD exists to create and analyze avenues for the realization of potential.
By integrating meaningful mentoring opportunities for students, researchers, and faculty, we actively promote the diffusion of knowledge across multiple disciplines. We do this by conducting exceptional research, by developing talent, and by serving as a conduit for possibilities. In so doing, we use multiple methods to realize individual and organizational potential in the interest of the public, the government and community agencies.