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2002-03 Student Dissertation Research Initiation Grant Recipients

2002-03 Student Dissertation Research Initiation Grant Recipients

Graduate student Dissertation Research Initiation Grants for College of Education doctoral students at University Park are offered each fall and spring semester through the generosity of the Office of the Dean of the College of Education. Students must be at the dissertation level to apply. Below are the 2002-03 recipients.

Casella, Chloe- $600
Out and about: Predicting lesbians’ outness in the workplace

Dahms, Tanya L.- $600
The effects of feminist identity development and self-identification as a feminist therapist on therapy behaviors and diagnostic practices of female therapists

Franze, Sarah- $600
Perfectionism as a mediator of parent-child interactions and adult attachment

Goncalves, Karen- $600
Identification of variables that influence the decision by special educators to abandon teaching or transfer to general education

Hampden-Thompson, Gillian- $600
Social policy, family structure, and children’s educational achievement: A comparative study

Kim, Sung Eun- $600
Consequential validity of performance-based assessments

Shalyefu-Shimhopileni,Rakel-Kavena- $600
The effects of varied instructional strategies on math performance and self-efficacy of pre-college adult learners in basic mathematics operations and applications

Solvie, Pamela A.-$600
Creation of new space and new discourses using video-conferencing

Song, Hae-Deok- $600
The effects of contextual cues and group composition on problem representation and problem solving

Wang, Xiaoxue- $600
The instructional effects of prior knowledge and varied and concept mapping strategies in facilitating achievement of different educational objectives