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R2P - Steering Committee

Archuleta Frush, Kristi - University of Central Oklahoma

Barnett, Deborah - Southern Illinois University

Berger, Jim - Western Kentucky University

Cunliff, Ed - University of Central Oklahoma

Dirkx, John M. - Michigan State University

Elsey, Max - Northern Illinois University

Ferro, Trenton R. - Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Gibbs, Yvonne D. - Lindenwood University

Glazer, Hilda R. - Harold Abel School of Psychology

Glowacki-Dudka, Michelle - Ball State University

Gupta, Kalpana - Regis University

Henschke, John A. - Lindenwood University

Hepner, Michael R. - Saint Louis Community College - Meramec

Isaac, Paulette E. - University of Missouri –St. Louis

Kania-Gosche, Beth - Lindenwood University

Merrill, Henry - Indiana University

Risley, Lori - Lindenwood University

Stein, David - Ohio State University

Titi-Amayah, Angela - SUNY Empire State College

Vicher, Marie V. - Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Wanstreet, Constance E. - Ohio State University

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