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Research & Project Interests
Professor Wallace has researched intrinsic and extrinsic factors related to motivation in learning and the role of the state as educator to the Amish community. Furthermore, she studied the South Midland Dialect of American English as related to Elizabethan roots.
Mrs. Wallace immensely enjoys teaching at Florida Tech.
B.A. Indiana State University
M.S. Ed. Indiana University
Private Vocal Instruction
Recognition & Awards
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
Cubby Award, Florida Insititute of Technology
Space Coast Poetry Club, 1st place Rhymed Poem
Rolling Reader Volunteer, University Park Elementary School
Mrs. Wallace has taught at Florida Tech since the 1980s and has previously taught at the high school level in Indiana. She serves as Writing Consultant in the Academic Support Center and supervises the Advanced Standing Testing for COM 1101 and COM 1102.
Editing: She continues to edit publications for Michele Campanelli which have appeared in national publications such as the Chicken Soup series. Now, she edits her church "Membership Spotlight" columns and newscasts as well as puppet skits for local performances.
Publications: She published "Time Divided" in Kaleidosope and performed live for "Dante's Dreaming" program. She composed and presented the eulogy for Mary B. Mullins, a beloved colleague. Additionally, she wrote "Packed Classrooms Prevent Learning" for Florida Today.
Oral Presentations: Mrs. Wallace spoke on "Defeating Amentment 8" for the Palm Bay Democratic Club. Also, she presented "Beyond 'It Was a Dark and Stormy Night' " to the Florida Writers Association.
Vocal Performances: She studies professional voice with Ms. Sherry MacLean to enhance her performances at local nursing homes and day care facilities.
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