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2006-07 Student Dissertation Research Initiation Grant Recipients

2006-07 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 2006-07 recipients.

Kelly Blasko- $600.00

Prototypical Assessment by Therapists of Intimate Partner Violence

Leah Bucknavage- $600.00

Psychoeducational reports: Impact of jargon and report length on teacher and parent recall and acceptance

Hyeon Woo Lee- $600.00

The Effect of High and Low Cognitive Engagement Strategy in Scaffolding Self-Regulation

Wendy Mahan- $600.00

Effect of Prior Knowledge and Procedure-based and principle-based Instructional Strategies on Undergraduate Students' Near and Far Transfer of Principles

Marcela Movit- $600.00

Equal Educational Opportunity for Students from Various Backgrounds: An Assessment

Parrish Paul- $600.00

Examining Gay Identity Development as a Process of meaning-Making Development

Susan Peters- $600.00

Contributing Factors to the Development of Secondary Mathematics Teachers' Understanding of Variation

Stephen Quaye- $600.00

Pedagogy and Racialized Ways of Knowing: Students and Faculty Engage Racial Realities in Classrooms

CindyAnn Rampersad- $600.00

The Paradox of Self-segregation Within a Diversified University

Felicia Sanders- $600.00

African American History in Philadelphia Public Schools: A Possible Solution to Narrowing the
Achievement Gap

Kenneth Wang- $600.00

Perfectionism, Depression, and Self- Esteem: A Comparison of Asian and Caucasian Americans on Collectivistic Aspects