Chatham University

Education Faculty and Staff

Tracy Bartel , Ph.D.

Tracy Bartel

tbartel@chatham.edu
Assistant Professor and Technology Fellow
Hometown : Alexandria, VA
Joined Chatham : 2011

Academic Areas of Interest

Instructional Technology, Peace Education, International Adoption

Personal Areas of Interest

Enjoys gardening, archery, scouting, camping, fishing, reading, watching Sci-Fi/Fantasy movies and hanging out with her two kids.

Education

  • Ph.D. in Life Span and Human Development, Kansas State University (Manhattan, KS), 2005
  • M.S. in Early Childhood Educaton w/Specialization in Child Care Administration, Kansas State University (Manhattan, KS), 1999
  • B.S. in Family Child Development, Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, VA), 1994
  • B.S. in Psychology, Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, VA), 1994

Publications

  • Eustace, D., Bartel, T.M.C, & Poresky, R. H. (2002). Seat belt use compliance in Kansas. Journal of the Transportation Forum, 56 (4), 149-160.

Certifications

  • Pennsylvania Supervisory Certificate: Early Childhood
  • Pennsylvania Teaching Certificate: N-3

Awards

  • Robert H. Poresky Research Award, Kansas State University (2004)
  • Stewart Family Research Fund Award, Kansas State University (2000-2001)
  • Phi Upsilon Omicron-Jean Dearth Dickershield Graduate Fellowship (Runner-Up) (2000-2001)
  • Martha E. Brill Scholarship Recipient, Kansas State University (1999-2000)

Organizations

Presentations

  • Bartel, T. "Peace Education." Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Chidlren (Pittsburgh, PA), October 2012
  • Bartel, T.M.C. (Spring, 2006). Invited talk on being a child care director and research on international adoption at Shippensburg University, Infant Toddler Program (Spring 2006)
  • Bartel, T.M.C. and Poresky, R. H. (November 2000). Factors associated with adult, child, and infant safety belt compliance. Presented at the Conference of the National Association for the Education for Young Children, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Bartel, T.M.C. and Poresky, R. H. (April 2000). Factors associated with adult, child, and infant safety belt compliance. Presented at the Conference of the Southwestern Society for Research in Human Development, Eureka Springs, Arkansas