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Research Roundtable Presented By ED 506

Monday, December 9, 2013
5 - 6:30 p.m.
Genrich-Rusling Room, LeChase Hall

Doctoral students from departments across the Warner School will be presenting the research projects they proposed as their culminating assignment from their fall 2013 ED 506: Concepts and Issues in Social Science Research, taught by Ed Brockenbrough, assistant professor, and Nancy Ares, associate professor.

Refreshments will be served. All are welcome.

Project titles include:
  • First Generation College Students' Perspective on Peer Tutoring in Writing Centers.
  • A Call for Support: Parent Perceptions of Bullying
  • "Dropping Out to Success: The Effect of Place- and Community-Based Curriculums on High School Dropouts' Definitions of Success
  • "Underrepresented Minorities in Gifted Education: Culturally Relevant Pedagogy for Gifted and Talented Readers in an Afterschool Enrichment Program"
  • Multi-Modal Approaches for Teaching Vocabulary in English as a Foreign Language Classes
  • The Impact of High-Stakes Testing on Students with Learning Disabilities
  • Instruction and International Students' Academic Performance at the Warner School
  • The Experience of the Academic Deans' Leadership Role during Institutional Campaigns
  • The Influence of Organizational Culture on Collegiality among Faculty: A Case Study
  • Connected Practice: The Role of the Medical Liaison in the Educational Process for Students Leaving Cancer Treatment

Tags: Ed Brockenbrough, Nancy Ares, Student Research