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Education

  • 2014: Ph.D., Louisiana State University – Baton Rouge, LA
  •  Curriculum and Instruction
  •  Dissertation: Never Forget Where You Came From: An Oral History of the   Integration of a Rural Community
  • 2010: Master of Arts in Education, Louisiana State University – Baton Rouge, LA
  • Educational Leadership
  • 2007: K–6 Certification, Duke University – Durham, NC
  • 1998: Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Journalism and Mass Communications  


Certificates

  • Louisiana State Licensure Elementary K-6
  • Louisiana Gifted Certification Elementary K-6
  • North Carolina State Licensure Elementary K-6
  • North Carolina Gifted Certification  Elementary K-6
  • Administration K–12
  • National Board Certified Teacher Early/Middle Literacy


Professional Experience

 

  • 2016 - Current Assistant Professor, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
    • Teaching foundations and methods courses to students 
  • 2015 - Current Visiting Professor, Duke University - Durham, NC
    • Teaching foundations, educational psychology, and research courses to students 
  • 2015 – 2016 Assistant Visiting Professor, University of Louisiana at Lafayette 
    • Teaching foundations and methods courses to students 
  • 2014 – 2015 Post Doctoral Fellow in Education, Duke University – Durham, NC
    • Served as a mentor and co-instructor in selected senior-level literacy method classes 
  • 2013 – 2014 Reading Specialist, Baton Rouge Charter Academy – Baton Rouge, LA
    • Provided reading and writing training and support to teachers by creating curriculum and modeling lessons in classrooms
  • 2012 – 2013 Student Teacher Supervisor, Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, LA
    • Supervised and mentored a cohort of student teachers in a Master’s program during their student teaching experience


Refereed Presentations

  • Stone, H. (2018). The Dynamic Forces of Water and Land loss on Isle de Jean Charles and the Effects on the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw. Louisiana Historical Society. New Orleans, Louisiana. April 12-14, 2018.
  • Stone, H. (2017). The Vanishing of Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana. Canadian Sociological Conference. Toronto, Canada.  May 27 – June 1, 2017.
  • Stone, H. (2017). Using Environmental Racism Through a Place-Based Pedagogy. American Educational Research Association. San Antonio, TX. April 27 – May 30, 2017.
  • Stone, H. (2016). Never Forget Where You Came From: Using Oral History in the Classroom to Further Historical Consciousness of Local Communities. Oral History Association Conference. Long Beach, CA. October 12-16, 2016.


Publications

  • Stone, H. (In Contract). End of the Road: Isle de Jean Charles. Third Coast Series. University of Mississippi Press.
  • Stone, H. (Under Review). Never Forget Where You Came From: An Oral History of The Integration of a Rural Community. Journal for Louisiana History.
  • Stone H. (Under Review). Theory in Oral History: Self, subjectivity and intersubjectivity, narrative, and power and empowerment in a narrative collection. Oral History Review. 
  • Stone, H. (In Press). Virtual Reality. The Sage Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders. Sage Publications. 
  • Stone, H. (In Press). Operationalism. The Sage Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders. Sage Publications. 
  • Stone, H. (In Press). Cooperative Learning. The Sage Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders. Sage Publications. 


Grants

  • Stone, H. (2017). Empowering through Knowledge: To save the coast, we have to know the coast. Undergraduate Research Grant. $2,000. University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
  • Stone, H. (2017). Empowering through Knowledge: Exploring Social, Economic, and Environmental Sustainability in Louisiana through Oral History and Virtual Reality. Educational Enhancement Grant. $120,000. Louisiana Board of Regents. 
  • Stone, H. (2016). The Vanishing of Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana. $1,000. University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
  • Stone, H. (2016). Sustainability Education in a Virtual World. Undergraduate Research Grant. $2,000. University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
  • Stone, H. (2016). An Oral History of the Desegregation of the Zachary, Louisiana Schools. Travel Grant. $1,000. University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
  • Stone, H. (2016). Archiving the Vanishing Community of Isle de Jean Charles and the Tribe of the Biloxi-Chitimacha- Choctaw. Recovering Voices. $10,000. Smithsonian Institute. 
  • Stone, H. (2016). Climate Refugees: The Vanishing of Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana. Emerging Crises Oral History Research Fund. $4,000. Oral History Association. 
  • Stone, H. (2015). Listen to Me: Education Through Collection of Oral Histories. Undergraduate Research Grant.  $2,000. University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

Scholarships

  • Stone, H. (2016). An Oral History of the Desegregation of the Zachary, Louisiana Schools. Presenter Scholarship. $500. Oral History Association. 


Fellowship

  • Stone, H. (2017). ICaWR Fellow. Institute for Coastal & Water Research. University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
  • Stone, H. (2017). Louisiana Sea Grant Fellow. Louisiana Discovery, Integration, Application Fellow.


Honors

  • Stone, H. (2017). Achievement in Research. Office of Research and Innovation. University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
  • Stone, H. (2016). Climate Refugees: The Vanishing of Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana. Emerging Crises Award. Oral History Association. 


Service to Profession  

  • Chair, Graduate Curriculum Committee, UL Lafayette
  • Institutional Review Board, UL Lafayette
  • Faculty Senate, UL Lafayette
  • Graduate Faculty, UL Lafayette
  • Content Leader, Louisiana Department of Education
  • Reviewer, Oral History Association Martha Ross Teaching Award
  • Reviewer, NSF/Mozilla Smart Community Networks Grant
  • CAEP Social Studies SPA Committee, UL Lafayette
  • Strategic Plan Committee, Lafayette Parish School System 
  • Education Advisory Committee, Children’s Museum of Acad