Doctoral Research Proposal Poster Session

Wednesday, June 25, 2008
5:00 p.m.
Welles-Brown Room
Rush Rhees Library
University of Rochester’s River Campus

Doctoral students from across the Warner School of Education will present research proposals they have developed as part of their exploration of theory, research, and application in designing and evaluating research. Please join us to browse the posters, learn about the good work emerging from the students’ collaborative efforts, and enjoy refreshments.

The proposals cover a wide range of topics, including:

● Puerto Rican women and self-actualization: Towards a new understanding

● Examining effective co-teaching relationships: A case study approach

● Transition programs: From a student¹s perspective

● Counseling students of color: Quality services in higher education

● What does “at-risk” mean? Interrogating the lived experience of at-risk males in a suburban and rural school

● Strategic resource planning in higher education

● Small learning communities: Tales from a suburban and urban school

The proposals are the culminating project for ED 506: Concepts and Issues in Social Science Research, taught by Professor Abraham DeLeon.