Doctoral Research Poster Session

Wednesday, August 8, 2012
5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Dewey 1-305
University of Rochester’s River Campus

Warner School doctoral students in ED 506 (Concepts and Issues in Social Science Research) invite you to attend their end-of-semester research proposal presentations. Doctoral students from all departments in the Warner School will present their semester-long projects in a poster session.

A variety of research topics will be featured, including:

  • Policy Regarding Service Animals on Campus: Expanding the Paradigm
  • E-books as an Instructional Tool to Support Student Literacy
  • Universal Design for Learning: A Case Study of Implementation at One School District
  • Perception of Value: How it Affects Education Paraprofessional Job Retention
  • The Impact of Gender on the Interactions Between College Conduct Officers and Male Students
  • Formative Feedback as a Tool to Improve High School Students’ Writing
  • Hispanic-Specific Support Programs and Their Contribution to Bachelor Degree Attainment: A Quantitative Approach
  • What are International Dental Graduate Students’ Perceptions of Literacy Challenges?
  • Critical Features of School Context When Integrating Literacy Coaches: Success and Challenge
  • A Meta-Analysis of Digital Tool Assessment Practices in Academic and Research Libraries
  • Influencing Faculty/Librarian Peer Relationships in Sponsored Research
All faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be served. For more information about the event, please contact Nancy Ares at nares@warner.rochester.edu.




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