EDPL Master's Students Present Research

Released: 4/23/08

The following EDPL students are presenting their work at the 2008 School of Education “Current Issues in Educational Leadership Conference”. This conference, organized by master's students in conjunction with EDPL 210, showcases research done by students in both the Educational Administration and the College Student Personnel Administration programs.

Akhter, Jean Year-round Education: Trends and Issues
DiPietro, Lindsay The Impact of Informal Faculty-Student Interaction Outside of the Classroom
Finn, Kristin Effect of Programming and Campus Environment on At-Risk Students
Ganiere, Melissa Higher Education in the Technological Era
Heidke, Catherine Por que los Latinos estancia en la Univesidad? (Why do Latinos persist in college?)
Hessling, Melodie Parent Partnerships: Involving Hispanic Parents in the Education Process
Lueder, Michael Current Trends in College Student Leadership
Metcalfe, Kate Women’s Leadership in Higher Education
Molnar, Sara Adult Students: What Matters Most?
Montagne, Erin Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century
Paris, Michelle Balanced Reading Instruction to Promote Literacy Growth
Parsons, Jon Is Consolidation the Best Option for America’s Rural Schools?
Press, Katie Factors Contributing to the Under-Representation of African-American Students in Mathematics Majors
Rinehart, Karen Culturally Responsive Career Counseling for Latino/a College Students
Schroeder, Melinda Models and Outcomes of International Service Learning Programs
Stahl, Lesley Collaboration Between Student Affairs and Academic Affairs


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