Articles:  newspapers, magazines, and journals

Hooley, Diana (June, 2019).  Not a pig state–but the sow still sings.  Idaho Magazine.

Hooley, Diana (May 23, 2019). Politics, not the Bible drive religion’s role in the abortion battle.  The Idaho Statesman.

Hooley, Diana (May 18, 2019).  Idaho farmers evolve on energy conservation.  The Post Falls Register.

Hooley, Diana (May 15, 2019).  Idaho farmers evolve on energy conservation.  The Idaho Press Tribune.

Hooley, Diana (May, 2019).  A Russian conspiracy–kochia weed.  The Idaho Magazine.

Hooley, Diana (April, 2019).  Lost to the world.  The Idaho Magazine.

Hooley, Diana (February, 2019).  Remembering Elma.  The Idaho Magazine.

Hooley, Diana (December 22, 2018).  Read books to expand your mind.  The Idaho Falls Post Register.

Hooley, Diana (November, 2018).  Go with the flow:  water witching.  The Idaho Magazine.

Hooley, Diana (May 26, 2018).  Think through the long-term effects of climate change.  The Idaho Post  Register.

Hooley, Diana (December 27, 2017).  Yes, Virginia, and Idaho, there is climate change.  The Idaho Statesman.

Hooley, Diana (June 21, 2017).  Is cheat grass good or evil for the environment?  The Idaho Statesman.

Hooley, Diana (March 29, 2017).  New Republican administration not fighting for Ag. The Owyhee Avalanche.

Hooley, Diana (March 19, 2017).  If migrant labor for agriculture is cut off, we’ll all be importing food instead.  The Idaho Statesman.

Hooley, Diana (Dec. 15, 2016).  Play outside—then take a nap.  The Idaho Statesman.

Hooley, Diana (Sept. 23, 2016).  Two sides to Owyhee monument proposal.  The Idaho Statesman.

Hooley, Diana (July 1, 2016).  Combat fishing.  Idaho Magazine.

Hooley, Diana (April 21, 2016).  Brokering Snake River water rights.  The Twin Falls Times-News.

Hooley, Diana (March 26, 2016).  Painful change is coming for Ag users.  The Idaho Statesman.

Hooley, Diana (Dec. 10, 2015).  Juniper now part of ‘family tree.’  The Idaho Statesman.

Hooley, Diana (Dec. 25, 2014).  May our earth find peace in these changing climate times.  The Idaho Statesman.

 

Academic Research:

  • Hooley, D, & Thorpe, J. (Feb/March, 2017).  The effects of formative reading assessments closely linked to classroom texts on high school reading comprehension.  Educational Technology, Research and Development.
  • Hooley, D., Tysseling, L., & Ray, B. (2013).  High school seniors’ perception of class reading.  The High School Journal, 96(4) 321-338.
  • Nadelson, L. S., Boham, Mikaela D., Conlon-Khan, Lori, Fuentealba Molly J., Hall, Cynthia J., Hoetker, Gregory A., Hooley, Diana S., Jang Bong Seok, Luckey, Kristina L., Moneymaker, Kelley J., Shapiro, Matthew A., and Zenkert, A.J. (June 22, 2012). A shifting paradigm: Preservice teachers’ multicultural attitudes and efficacy. Journal of Urban Education.
  • Hooley, Diana (2007). The importance of high school debate. English Journal, (96)5.

 

Watch for soon to be published:

Tornado Season by Diana Hooley